ICSI Announces CS Executive Entrance Test Results 2020; Check now

The Institute of Company Secretaries of India (ICSI) has announced the CSEET, or CS Executive Entrance Test, results.

Shivani Arora

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Published on 17 Sep 2020 11:41 AM GMT

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The Institute of Company Secretaries of India (ICSI) has announced the CSEET, or CS Executive Entrance Test, results. Candidates who wrote the remote proctored test on August 29 and August 31 can check the CSEET 2020 results on the official website of the institute on icsi.edu. As a first, candidates were allowed to appear for the test from their homes.

The institute also provided an option for the candidates who were unable to to appear for the CSEET on August 29 to appear on August 31. Candidates can access the CSEET 2020 result and the individual score cards with subject-wise break-up of marks at the website using the system-generated login credentials.

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The test of CSEET 2020 comprised Business Communication, Legal Aptitude and Logical Reasoning, Economic and Business Environment and Current Affairs, Presentation and Communication Skills. The total marks of CSEET 2020 was 200.

How To Check

Visit the official ICSI website -- www.icsi.edu or click on the direct link mentioned above

On the designated spaces, insert registration numbers and dates of birth

Furthermore, Submit and access the CSEET 2020 results

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CSEET 2020 and COVID-19

The institute this year had to remove the viva-voce portion of CSEET paper due to COVID-19 pandemic. The otherwise held centre-based online test, this year, had to be conducted in a remote-proctored mode.

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