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- CSEET to be conducted on August 29 on the basis of remote proctored test due to Corona
- Students can get annual income below 3 lakh and 65% marks in 12th class or 60% in graduation.
The Institute of Company Secretary of India (ICSI) has taken a big decision to help promising and economically weaker students. The institute has decided to pay for the education of such students, who are not only intelligent in studies, but come from economically weaker families through the ‘Students Education Fund Trust’. For this, the institute has also set up a criterion, through which qualified students can apply for it.
Who can apply
Its purpose is mainly to help needy children, so students whose families have an annual earning of less than Rs 3 lakh can apply for it. With the income of the family below 3 lakh, students should have 65% marks in class 12th or 60% in graduation. Apart from this, students who have secured 85% number in 12th class or have scored 70% in graduation, can also apply for this and get the cost of their studies.
Registration fee will be refund
In an official statement, the institute stated that, “Under the guidelines of this scheme, the entire registration fees deposited for the Company Secretary Executive Entrance Test (CSEET) will be refunded to the eligible students. These fees will be refunded only after passing the exam. “Whereas, if the students take admission in this executive program, the other fees deposited later will also be refunded. Examination fees will also be refunded on passing in the first attempt itself.
Examination will be held on August 29
ICSI has started this scheme to motivate children who are financially weak or are very good in studies and are willing to take a CS course. The form to apply is available on the official website of the institute. This time due to Corona, CSEET will be conducted on August 29 on the basis of remote proctored test. Under this, the candidates will not need to go to any center, instead they will be able to give this exam online from their homes.