ICSI to replace CS Foundation with CSEET; know details here

ICSI to replace CS Foundation with CSEET; know details here
Ridhi.Khurana | Feb 4, 2020 - 2:59 p.m. IST
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NEW DELHI- The Institute of Company Secretaries of India has discontinued the CS Foundation programme and entry to the course of Company Secretaryship will now take place through CS Executive Entrance Test (CSEET). The Institute notified various modifications to the already existing rules and regulations for students. The graduate and postgraduate students who could avail direct entry to the Executive programme will also have to appear for CSEET. Only the following category of students can avail exemption from CSEET:

  • CS Foundation Programme passed students

  • CA Final pass students (with payment of Rs 5000 as exemption fee)

  • CMA Final pass students (with payment of Rs 5000 as exemption fee)

Note- The students already registered under the CS Foundation programme need not worry because they will get the chance to appear in the exams until their CS Foundation registration is valid.

ICSI also shared that the entrance exam will be conducted multiple times in a year and the tentative schedule for CS Executive Entrance Test is as follows:

CSEET (Tentative Schedule)

Month of Examination

CSEET Registrations

CS Executive Entrance Test

Last Date of Result Declaration

Last date to register into CS Executive

May

January 21 to April 15

On a saturday close to May 10

By May 20

May 31 (for CS Executive both modules in December session in the same year)

July

May 21 to June 15

On a Saturday close to July 10

By July 20

July 31 (for any one module of CS Executive in December session in the same year)

November

July 21 to October 15

On a Saturday close to November 10

By November 20

November 30 (for CS Executive both modules in June session in the next year)

January

November 21 to December 15

On a Saturday close to January 10

By January 20

January 31 (for any one module of CS Executive in June session in the next year)

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