ICSI CSEET Results November 2022: Here's How To Check Your Result
ICSI CSEET results for November 2022 have been declared. Read on to know how to check your results online.
On November 21, 2022, the Institute of Company Secretaries of India announced the results of the ICSI CSEET. The results of the Company Secretary Executive Entrance Test are available on the ICSI website at icsi.edu for those candidates who registered and took the exam.
On November 12 and November 14, 2022, the exam was administered at numerous test locations throughout the nation. The results will be made available on the Institute website along with each candidate's subject-by-subject breakdown of marks. Further, candidates must receive a minimum of 40% in each subject individually and 50% overall to pass the exam.
For their personal use, reference, and records, candidates may also obtain the formal e-Result-cum-marks statement of CSEET from the website. However, candidates will not receive a physical copy of the result-cum-marks statement.
So, if you too are looking to check your ICSI CSEET results, then you’re at the right place. Let us take a closer look at the steps to check the results.
Steps To Check The ICSI CSEET Results For November 2022
Step 1: Visit icsi.edu, which is the ICSI website
Step 2: Select the CSEET 2022 result link
Step 3: Enter your date of birth and allotted CSEET roll number to log in
Step 4: A screen will display the ICSI CSEET result sheet
Step 5: Download and print the results sheet
The official website reports that 68.56% of applicants in total passed the CSEET November 2022 session. Candidate registration for the upcoming CSEET session, which will be held on January 7, 2023, is open until December 15, 2022.
CSEET is essentially an all-India computer-based entrance exam. It is designed for individuals seeking admission to the Company Secretary (CS) Course, including graduates and postgraduates. Therefore, to sign up for the CS Executive Program, applicants must all pass the CSEET exam.
The CSEET is typically held four times a year. And the University Grants Commission now recognises the CS qualification as being equivalent to a postgraduate degree.