ICSI CSEET RESULT 2020
ICSI CSEET Result 2020 Results of CS Executive Entrance Exam held on 21 and 22 November 2020 were released today i.e. 26 November 2020 at 2 pm. Candidates who have appeared in the examination can check it by visiting the official website.

ICSI CSEET Result 2020: The Institute of Company Secretaries of India (ICSI) has released the results of the Company Secretaries Executive Entrance Test (CSEET 2020) shortly before. The result is available on the official website, icsi.edu. Candidates who participated in the CS Executive Entrance Exam held on November 21 and 22, 2020, can check their results by visiting the official website and download their e-marksheet.

How to Check results – steps

To check the result, the candidates who have appeared in the examination, first of all visit the official website, icsi.edu. Click on the result link for the related examination available on the homepage. Now a new page will open. Here candidates can check their results using their login credentials. After checking the result, if necessary, candidates should download their e-marksheet and take print out and keep it safe. Here is Direct link to check result

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Explain that in order to qualify in the CSEET, candidates have to score at least 40 percent in each of all four papers and at least 50 percent score overall. There was no negative marking for the wrong answer in the exam. Let it be said that for the first time it happened that candidates appeared in the entrance examination sitting at their home. Due to the Covid-19 epidemic spread across the country, candidates appeared in CSET exam in online mode from their home via laptop or desktop. At the same time, ICSI had also decided to remove the viva-voice portion of the examination due to the conduct of the examination remotely.

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Significantly, Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) were asked in CSEET online test. There were 4 papers totaling 50-50 marks in the exam. Which included current affairs, presentation, reasoning and communication skills. The total number of questions covering all the papers was 140.

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