ICSI allows CSEET qualified Class 12 Students to take Provincial Registration for CS Executive Programme

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The Institute of Company Secretaries of India (ICSI) has decided to allow Class 12 students set to appear for the board exam to register for the CS Executive programme 2021.

The candidates who have cleared the entrance exam, CSEET 2021, can apply for provisional registration, according to a notice posted on the official website of ICSI.

ICSI said the decision to relax the condition has been taken “in order to mitigate the difficulties being faced by the students who have already passed CSEET and are awaiting the results of the 10+2 examination”. It noted that in view of the Covid-19 pandemic, the Central and State boards in India have postponed the Class 12 exams scheduled to be held in 2021.

“Accordingly, the students who have qualified CS Executive Entrance Test (CSEET) and are scheduled to appear in the 12th examinations in 2021 conducted by the Central and State board shall be allowed to seek provisional registration to Executive Programme subject to submission of proof of passing the (10+2) 12th examinations within six months from the date of such provisional registration,” ICSI said.

The Candidates can register for the executive programme till May 31 and shall be eligible to appear in all modules during the December 2021 session of examinations.

The ICSI notified the conditions  for registration to the Executive Programme.

Firstly, in order to become eligible for registration as a student of Executive Programme, an applicant, who is an Indian National, shall apply in the appropriate form, along with the student registration fee, annual subscription, if applicable, education fee and such other fees, as may be determined by the Council and shall also produce proof to the satisfaction of the Council that he has passed Senior Secondary Examination (10+2 system) conducted by an examining body constituted by law in Ina or an examination recognised by the Central Government or State Government or equivalent thereto for the purposes of admission to Bachelor’s degree course and has complied with such requirements as may be determined by the Council.

Secondly, the candidate has passed Company Secretary Executive Entrance Test (CSEET) conducted by the Institute in such manner, mode and eligibility as may be determined by the Council or any other test or examination recognised or equivalent thereto or exempted therefrom by the Council.

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