ICSI CSEET January 2024 Application Process Commences: Step-by-Step Guide


ICSI CSEET January 2023 Application Process Now Open: Stay Informed with Updates and Details

The Institute of Company Secretaries of India (ICSI) has initiated the registration process for the January session of CSEET on its official website. It’s important to note that the deadline for application submission is December 15, 2023. Prospective candidates are encouraged to complete their registrations on the official website, icsi.edu, by the specified deadline.

Key Information

Eligibility Criteria for CSEET and CS Executive Programme Admission

CSEET is open to individuals who have either passed or are currently enrolled in a 10+2 examination. Successful completion of CSEET exempts you from the lower-level exams of ICSI, ICAI, and ICMAI.

For direct admission into the CS Executive programme, you must hold a bachelor’s or master’s degree with a minimum aggregate GPA of 50%. In essence, CSEET serves as the gateway to the CS Executive programme, granting eligibility to those who have completed their 10+2 exams. Additionally, passing CSEET eliminates the need to take lower-level exams conducted by ICSI, ICAI, or ICMAI.

Applying for ICSI CSEET: Step-by-Step Guide

Here are the revised application steps:

  1. Go to the official website of the Institute of Company Secretaries of India at icsi.edu.
  2. Select the “Proceed to CSEET Registration” link.
  3. Provide the requested information.
  4. Log in and complete the application form.
  5. Upload the specified documents as indicated.
  6. Make the required application fee payment.
  7. Submit the application form and retain a copy for your records


The ICSI CSEET 2024 examination consists of four sections, and candidates are granted a total of 120 minutes to complete the test. Importantly, there is no negative marking for incorrect responses.

This non-penalty for incorrect answers is a valuable feature to remember as it encourages candidates to make informed guesses when uncertain about an answer. As a result, candidates will have 30 minutes allocated for each section of the exam, and they won’t face any deductions for incorrect responses.

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