New Delhi | Jagran Education Desk: In what could the wait for thousands of candidates across the country, the Institute of Company Secretaries of India (ICSI) declared the result of CS Executive Entrance Test (CSEET) on Thursday (September 17). The result was declared by the ICSI at its official website icsi.edu at 2 pm on Thursday.

In a statement on Wednesday afternoon, the ICSI had said that the results for the ICSI CSEET 2020, which was conducted on August 29 and 31 this year, will be declared on September 17 at 2 pm, adding that "the result along with individual candidate's subject-wise break-up of marks will be available on the insitute's website -- icsi.edu".

"Formal e-Result-cum-Marks Statement of the CS Executive Entrance Test will be uploaded on the website of the Insitute: www.icsi.edu immediately after declaration of result for downloading by candidates for their reference, use and records. No physical copy of Result-cum-Marks Statement shall be issued to the candidates," said the ICSI on Wednesday.

Here's how the candidates will be able to check their ICSI CSEET Result 2020:

Step 1) The candidates would first of all need to visit the official website of the ICSI at icsi.edu

Step 2) At the homepage of the official ICSI website, the candidates would need to click on the link that says “CSEET results 2020”

Step 3) Now the candidates would need to enter their credentials and login details

Step 4) After this, you ICSI CSEET Result 2020 will appear on the display screen

Step 5) Check and verify your ICSI CSEET Result 2020

Setp 5) Download your ICSI CSEET Result 2020 and take a print out for future use

The ICSI CSEET exam was conducted on August 29 and 31 through remote proctored mode this year because of the ongoing coronavirus crisis. It was introduced in 2020 as a mandatory entrance exam for registration to the executive programme.

"CSEET has been introduced keeping in view the diverse academic standards of students seeking admission in the Company Secretary course, to attract meritorious students and to test their aptitude for the Company Secretary profession," the ISCI had earlier this year in a statement.

Posted By: Aalok Sensharma