CS Eligibility & Qualification Details 2018 – ICSI Foundation Executive Professional Courses

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This is about CS ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA DECEMBER 2018 & JUNE 2019. We are here given Eligibility & Qualification requirements for CS June 2019 & Dec 2018 exam. CS Foundation Course Eligibility Details and CS Executive Eligibility details has been Furnished Below. Students who are eligible to register to the course and required details has been given below. CS Foundation Last Date for Registration to the course has also been provided. Fee Details for CS Course has also been Furnished in the CS Course Eligibility Details.

CS Eligibility & Qualification Details – Foundation Executive & Professional Courses

Stages in Company Secretary course

The student who would like to join the Course after 10+2 pass or equivalent has to undergo three stages to pursue the Company Secretaries Course i.e

  • Foundation Programme
  • Executive Programme
  • Professional Programme

The Student who would like to join the Course after passing the Graduation has to undergo two stages of the Company Secretary ship i.e. 

  • Executive Programme
  • Professional Programme
  • Foundation Programme which is of eight months duration can be pursued by 10+2 pass or equivalent students of Arts, Science or Commerce stream (Excluding Fine Arts)
  • Executive Programme can be pursued by a Graduate of all streams except Fine Arts.
  • Professional Programme can be pursued only after clearing the Executive Programme of CS Course

ICSI CS FOUNDATION ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA

The Institute of Company Secretaries of India, is a statutory body constituted under the Company Secretaries Act, 1980 (Act No. 56 of 1980) to develop and regulate the profession of Company Secretaries. The Institute has its headquarters at New Delhi and four Regional Council/Offices at NEW DELHI, KOLKATA, CHENNAI & MUMBAI and 70 Chapters (including Dubai Chapter) located in various cities.

CS Foundation Eligibility for Admission

Candidates who have passed Senior Secondary (10+2 or equivalent) examination of a Board/University constituted by law in India or any examination recognized by the Central Government as equivalent thereto can join the CS Foundation Programme. There is no minimum requirement of percentage of marks secured at Senior Secondary (10+2 or equivalent) examination.

Provisional admission, however, is allowed to candidates at any time after they have appeared or enrolled for appearing in the final of Senior Secondary examination (10+2 pass or equivalent), subject to the condition that such provisional admission would be valid for not more than 6 months from the date of admission within which time the student should furnish proof of having passed the Senior Secondary (10+2 pass or equivalent) examination.

CS Cancellation of CS Foundation Provisional Admission

The Provisional admission of the students – who fail to submit within the specific time, the requisite proof of having passed the Sr. Secondary (10+2) examination- shall stand cancelled and no refund of Tuition Fee, Admission fee etc. will be made.

CS Exemption from CS Foundation Programme

All graduates and post graduates (excluding fine arts) and those passed in the Foundation examination of The Institute of Cost Accounts of India (ICAI-CMA) or CPT Examination of The Institute of Chartered Accountants of India (ICAI) or of any other accountancy institution in India or abroad recognised as equivalent thereto by the Council of the Institute are exempted from passing the Foundation Programme examination. Such students may directly seek registration to Executive Programme of Company Secretaryship Course.

CS Executive Eligibility for admission and appearing in exam

A candidate will be admitted to the Executive Programme examination, if —

  1. He/she has registered himself/herself as a student at least nine calendar months prior to the month in which the examination commences. In other words, candidates registered as students upto and including the month of February in a year are eligible to appear in both modules of the Executive Programme examination to be held in December of that year, and those registered between March and August during a year are eligible to appear in both modules of the Executive Programme examination to be held in the month of June next year subject to satisfactory completion of compulsory coaching and computer training.

However, a candidate registered as a student at least six calendar months prior to the month in which the examination commences may be allowed to appear in one module of the Executive Programme examination, that is to say, a candidates registered as a student upto and including the month of May in a year will be eligible for appearing in any one module in the December examination and the one who is registered upto and including in the month of November in a year will be eligible to appear in any one module of Executive Programme examination to be held in the month of June next year;

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  1. He/she has satisfactorily undergone a course of postal or oral tuition for the module(s) to which he/she intends to appear in the examination;

  2. He/she has successfully completed Student Induction Program (SIP).

  3. he/she has successfully completed computer training programme as may be specified from time to time by the Council and in the manner so specified or exempted therefrom; and

  4. he/she makes an application in the prescribed Examination Form (through online or offline mode) together with requisite examination fee, which at present is ` 1,200/- per module, so as to reach the Institute on or before 25th March for the June examination and 25th September for December examination (with late fee of ` 250 upto 15 days of expiry of the scheduled last date, i.e., 9th April/10th October respectively).

CS Executive Qualifying Marks

(a) For Both Modules: A candidate shall be declared to have passed in Both Modules of the Executive Programme examination —

(i) If taken simultaneously and if he/she secures at one sitting, a minimum of forty per cent marks in each of the papers in which he/she is required to appear and fifty per cent marks in aggregate of all the papers put together; or

(ii) If he/she has passed in any one Module of Executive Programme examination held under the old syllabus, prior to the introduction of the Executive Programme examination under the current syllabus specified in Annexure-II and secures at one sitting a minimum of forty per cent marks in each of the remaining papers in which he/she is required to appear and fifty per cent marks in the aggregate of all such remaining papers of the Executive Programme examination put together.

(b) For One Module: A candidate is declared to have passed in one module of the Executive Programme examination if he/she secures at one sitting a minimum of forty per cent marks in each paper and fifty per cent marks in the aggregate of all papers of that module and is declared to have completed the Executive Programme examination on passing both the modules.

Provided that a candidate who has appeared in all the papers of a module, for which he/she was required to enroll, and has secured sixty per cent or more marks in any paper(s) and a minimum of twenty-five per cent marks in each of the remaining papers of the module, but has failed in that module, shall be exempted from that or those paper(s) in which he/she secured sixty per cent or more marks, in any subsequent examination on submission of an application in this behalf on or before the last date of enrolment for the examination in which he/she intends to appear;

Provided further that if a candidate who has appeared in all the papers of a module for which he/she was enrolled without obtaining any exemption and has failed in one paper of the module, but got a minimum of sixty per cent of the total marks of the remaining papers of that module, shall be declared to have passed in that module if he/she re-appears in the remaining one paper in which he/she had failed and obtains fifty per cent marks in any subsequent examination.

Explanation: For the purpose of the above provisos, the marks obtained by a candidate in the paper(s) in which he/she had obtained exemption on the basis of having secured sixty per cent or more marks shall not be taken into account for computing his/her result of the remaining paper(s) of the module in any subsequent examination.

Distinction

A candidate shall be declared to have passed with distinction in the Executive Programme examination if he/she obtains at one sitting a minimum of sixty per cent marks in each paper and seventy per cent or more marks in the aggregate in both the modules, without obtaining exemption in any paper.

CS Professional Eligibility – Qualifying marks

(a) For All Modules: A candidate shall be declared to have passed in all modules of Professional Programme examination —i. If taken simultaneously and if he/she secures at one sitting, a minimum of forty per cent marks in each of the papers in which he/she is required to appear and fifty per cent marks in the aggregate of all the papers put together; orii. If he/she has passed in any one or more group(s)/module(s) of Final/Professional Programme examination held under the old syllabus prior to the commencement of Professional Programme examination under the current syllabus, as specified in Annexure III and secures at one sitting a minimum of forty per cent marks in each of the remaining papers in which he/she is required to appear and fifty per cent marks in the aggregate of all such remaining papers put together.

(b) For One Module: A candidate shall be declared to have passed in a module of Professional Programme examination if he/she secures at one sitting a minimum of forty per cent marks in each of the paper(s) and fifty per cent marks in the aggregate of all the papers of that module and shall be declared to have completed the Professional Programme examination on passing all the modules.

Provided that a candidate who has appeared in all the papers of a module for which he/she was enrolled and has secured 60% or more marks in one paper and a minimum of 25% marks in the remaining papers of that module but failed in the module, shall be exempted from that paper in which he/she secured 60% or more marks, in any subsequent exam on submission of an application in this behalf on or before the last date of enrolment for the exam in which he/she intends to appear.

Provided further that if a candidate who has appeared in all the subjects of the module for which he/she was enrolled without obtaining any exemption and has failed in one paper comprised in the module, but got a minimum of 60% of the total marks of the remaining subjects of the module shall be declared to have passed in that module if he/she reappears in the paper in which he/she had failed and gets 50%, marks in any subsequent exam.

Explanation: For the purpose of the above proviso, the marks obtained by a candidate in the paper in which he/she had obtained exemption on the basis of having secured 60% or more marks shall not be taken into account for computing his/her result of the remaining paper of that module in any subsequent exam.

Distinction

A candidate shall be declared to have passed with distinction in the Professional Programme exam if he/she obtains at one sitting a minimum of 60% marks in each paper and 70% or more marks in the aggregate in all modules, without obtaining exemption in any paper.

Also Read : CS Course Details- Fee, Eligibility, Duration, Job & Salary

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9 Comments
  1. Soumen samanta says

    Executiv

  2. Soumen samanta says

    Executive exm

  3. Soumen samanta says

    Executive

  4. Harshitha says

    Can Cs be pursued after LL.B?
    Can a law graduate working as a full time legal assistant pursue Cs?
    Please do give proper guidance

  5. Varadaraj says

    I am confused to take which course either CS or CMA, I am a corporate professional.
    Please guide me.

  6. radhika says

    I have 47% in b.com( corroapondancs) from au..can i eligible for giving cs executive programme

  7. DINESH SURANA says

    I HAVE PASSED 2ND GROUP CS EXCUTIVE JUNE 2012 & DEC 2012 GET ONE SUB EXEMPTION. NOW I HAVE DENOVA REGISTRTION . WHICH GROUP PREPARE FOR DEC EXAM

  8. MD Sajjad says

    12th science students can doing this course (cs)

  9. Sneha says

    I have completed my B.A. in English … am I eligible for this course?

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