CSEET May 2021 Registrations to begin from Dec 16, 2020.
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The Syllabus of CSEET shall comprise of four papers and the nomenclature of the papers is as under:
Paper 1: Business Communication (50 marks) Paper 2: Legal Aptitude and Logical Reasoning (50 marks) Paper 3: Economic and Business Environment (50 marks) Paper 4: Current Affairs, Presentation and Communication Skills (Viva Voce) (50 marks)
CS Executive Entrance Test (CSEET) shall be conducted on a single day as per the following :
a) Computer Based Test of 120 Minutes consisting of four parts viz.
(i) Business Communication;
(ii) Legal Aptitude & Logical Reasoning (iii) Economic and Business Environment & (iv) Current Affairs; and
b) Viva Voce of 15 Minutes on “Presentation and Communication Skills”
CS Executive Entrance Test – CSEET Syllabus
Here, we are providing a detailed syllabus of CSEET. In the following table, you will get all the topics and sub-topics along with the respective subjects.
CSEET Syllabus – Paper – 1 Business Communication (Total Marks: 50) Objective – To test the knowledge of the candidates pertaining to essentials of English Grammar and critical aspects of Business Communication.
S. No. Topic Sub Topic 1. Essentials of Good English English Grammar and its usage-Noun, Pronouns, Verbs, Adjectives, Adverbs, Prepositions, Conjunctions, Interjection, Voice, Articles, Tenses, Prefix and Suffix, Punctuations etc. Enriching Vocabulary-Choice of words, Synonyms and Antonyms Common errors in English Words with multiple meaning One word substitution Words frequently mis-spelt Homophones Idioms and phrases Proverbs Abbreviations Para jumbles Sentence completion Sentence arrangement Sentence correction Foreign words and phrases commonly used Comprehension of passage and art of Summarizing 2. Communication Concept of Communication, Meaning and Significance of Good Communication Business Communication- Principles and Process Means of Communication- Written, Oral, Visual, Audiovisual Choice of Modes of Communication Communication Networks- Vertical, Circuit, Chain, Wheel, Star Commonly used Mediums of Digital Communication- Email, SMS, Voice mail, Multimedia, Teleconferencing, Mobile Phone Conversation, Video Conferencing, etc. Listening Skills-Types, Purpose, Steps to Effective Listening, Barriers to Effective Listening and Ways to overcome the Barriers Barriers to Effective Communication and Ways to overcome the Barriers 3. Business
Correspondence Business Letters – Its Essentials, Parts, Types, Salutations Positive Messages, Negative Messages and Persuasive Messages Business Reports, Inter and Intra-departmental Communication- Office Orders, Office Circulars, Memorandum, Office Notes, Management Information System (MIS) Concept of Web, Internet and E-correspondence Intranet- Benefit and Purpose Email – Features, Procedure to write a Formal Email, Email Etiquettes Essential Elements of Email- Subject line, Formal Greeting, Target Audience (Reader), Clarity and Conciseness, Formal Closing, Proof reading, Feedback Advantages and Disadvantages of Email 4. Common Business Terminologies Terms defined under various Laws, Rules and Regulations including Financial and Non-Financial terms and expressions. CSEET Syllabus – Paper – 2 Legal Aptitude and Logical Reasoning Objective – o test basic understanding of Laws, Legal Aptitude and Logical Reasoning skills. Total Marks – 50 Part A – Legal Aptitude (25 Marks) Part B – Logical Reasoning (25 Marks)
S. No. Topic Sub Topic 1. Indian Constitution Preamble Citizenship Fundamental Rights and Fundamental Duties Directive Principles of State Policy State under Constitution President and Governors Council of Ministers and Prime Minister Lok Sabha, Rajya Sabha and Legislative Assembly, Legislative Council Supreme Court and High Courts Landmark Amendment in Constitution List of subjects-Centre, State and Concurrent 2. Elements of General Laws (Indian Contract Act and Law of Torts)
A. Law of Contract
Offer, Acceptance, Consideration and Competency to Contract. Agreement Types of Contract: Void, Voidable, Unenforceable Performance of Contract Frustration of Contract Quasi Contract Breach of Contract and Remedies
B. Law of Torts
Basics of Torts Specific Defenses Nuisance and Negligence Strict, Absolute and Vicarious Liability Trespass Malicious Prosecution 3. Elements of
Company Secretaries Legislation The Institute of Company Secretaries of India Vision, Mission, Motto and Core Values of the Institute Company Secretary under Company Secretaries Act, 1980. Functions of Company Secretary under the Companies Act, 2013 Role of Company Secretary in Employment Role of Company Secretary in Practice 4. Elements of
Company Law Meaning and Nature of Company Types of Companies Incorporation of a Company Types of capital Board of Directors -(Concept, Appointment and Removal of Directors) Board Meetings & Shareholders Meetings Corporate Social Responsibility Business Ethics Ethical Dilemma 5. Legal Reasoning Legal Fundamentals and Terms Legal Problems – Reading and understanding a case Legal Terminology and Maxims Legal Reasoning-
(a) Reasoning by Analogy
(b) Inductive and Deductive Reasoning
Questions of Fact (or factual issues) Questions of Law (or legal issues) Landmark Judgments of Supreme Court and High Court Reading Comprehension Part B – Logical Reasoning (25 Marks) 6. Logical Reasoning Calendars Cause and Effect Reasoning Clocks Coding and Decoding Deriving Conclusion from Passages Drawing Inference Number Test Sequence and Series Statement and Assumptions 7. Verbal Reasoning Alphabet Test Alpha Numeric Sequence Puzzle Analogy Assertion and Reason Blood Relations Decision Making Inserting Missing Characters Logical Sequence Test Logical Venn Diagram Number, Ranking and Time Sequence Test Syllogism Truth Tellers and Liars 8. Non-Verbal Reasoning Analytical Reasoning Classification Completion of Incomplete Pattern Figure Matrix Grouping of Identical Figures Mirror Image Rule Detection Numeric and Alphabet Series CSEET Syllabus – Paper – 3 Economic and Business Environment Objective – To test understanding on concepts of Micro & Macro Economics with a focus on Indian economic system. To test understanding on various crucial elements of business environment.
Total Marks – 50 Marks
Part A– Economics (25 Marks) Part B – Business Environment (25 Marks)
S. No. Topic Sub Topic Part A – Economics (25 Marks) 1. Basics of Demand and Supply and Forms of Market Competition Theory of Demand and Supply Equilibrium Price Elasticity of Demand and Supply and other related concepts Increase and Decrease in Demand and Expansion and Contraction of Demand Forms of Market Competition- Monopoly, Duopoly, Oligopoly, Perfect Competition and Monopolistic Competition 2. National Income Accounting and Related Concepts Meaning and methods to compute National Income Key variables of National Income (GNP, GDP, NNP,NDP etc.) 3. Indian Union Budget Key terminologies / heads covered under the budget Revenue and Capital Budget Major components of Revenue and Capital Budget Meaning of Fiscal Deficit Components/ Variables covered under Fiscal Deficit 4. Indian Financial Markets Overview of Indian Financial Ecosystem Key facets of Indian financial system Growth of Financial Institutions Public and private sector banks Industrial Finance Corporation of India, Small Industries Development Bank of India Regional Rural Banks Cooperative Banks Non-Banking Finance Companies Basics of Capital Market: Types of Shares and Debentures Financial assistance scenario for Small and Medium Enterprises and Start-Ups. 5. Indian Economy Primary (Agriculture and allied activities) Secondary (Manufacturing) Tertiary (Services): Current scenario of agriculture and allied activities in India Agricultural and Industrial Policies of India Current scenario of services sector in India Balance of Payments Components of Balance of Payments Favorable and Unfavorable Balance of Trade Foreign Investments in India- Types and Flows Part B – Business Environment (25 Marks) 6. Entrepreneurship Scenario Government initiatives to foster entrepreneurship Need for entrepreneurship in India Bottlenecks in entrepreneurial growth Deriving Conclusion from Passages Drawing Inference 7. Business Environment Overview of Business Environment Features and factors influencing business environment Types of environment: Economic environment, Socio-cultural environment, Political environment, Legal and Technological environment Ease of Doing Business Index by World Bank for India and Department for Promotion of Industry and Internal Trade (DPIIT) for States 8. Key Government Institutions Basic awareness about various institutions and regulatory bodies in India such as NITI Aayog, MCA, SEBI, RBI, IBBI, CCI, NCLT/NCLAT etc. CSEET Syllabus – Paper – 4 Current Affairs, Presentation and Communication Skills (Viva Voce) Objective – To test the awareness of candidates with reference to current affairs of national and international importance. To test the listening and writing skills of the candidates.
Total Marks – 50 Marks
Part A – Current Affairs (20 Marks) Part B – Presentation & Communication Skills (Viva Voce) (30 Marks)
S. No. Topic Sub Topic Part A – Current Affairs (20 Marks) 1. Current Affairs Current affairs of national and international importance relating to:
International bodies (ASEAN, BRICS, SAARC, G-20, BIMSTEC, etc.) Organizations like, RBI, NABARD, CCI, IBBI, IMF, OECD, ADB, World Bank, etc. Summits and conferences Current development in Banking and Finance (digital banking, govt. initiatives, financial inclusion, etc.) Current development in stock markets Recent important judgments passed by Supreme Court and High Courts of India, Tribunals Current affairs related to CS Institute/Profession and regulatory bodies Current updates on environment, bio-diversity, climate change and sustainable development Latest developments in science and technology, IT, Computers and Space science Business personalities and leaders Committees and appointments Art and culture Books and their authors Awards and honours Sports Current political scenario Initiatives/ schemes of the government Language and national symbols Governance and ethics International diplomacy Part B – Presentation and Communication Skills (Viva Voce) (30 Marks) 2. Listening Skills Questions based on audio clips Grammar Test Vocabulary Test 3. Written Communication Skills Writing on a given topic Correcting a given paragraph Short Note writing Essay writing Precis writing 4. Oral Communication Skills Candidates are expected to: Answer a question Speak on a given topic Explain the given term CSEET 2021 – All you need to know
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The following subjects are tested in CSEET:
Paper 1 : Business Communication (50 marks) Paper 2 : Legal Aptitude and Logical Reasoning (50 marks) Paper 3 : Economic and Business Environment (50 marks) Paper 4 : Current Affairs, Presentation and Communication Skills (Viva Voce) (50 marks) How to register for CSEET?
In order to register for the CSEET, please follow the following steps
: Step 1: In order to Register for “CSEET”, type www.icsi.edu in any recommended browser (IE 9, Mozilla 38.0 & above, Chrome 39.0), then click on “Online Services” Step 2: Click on the link for registration for CSEET – Click here Step 3: Fill Basic Details Step 4: Fill Qualification Details Step 5: Fee Details Step 6: Upload Mandatory Documents Step 7: Preview Application Click on “Confirm Application” button after previewing Step 8: Payment Mode Selection Step 9: Transaction Id Generation. Note: The transaction Id is for future reference. For further details, refer to this article on CSEET Registration Procedure – https://blog.superprofs.com/cs/cseet-registration-procedure/ Who all are exempted from CSEET? The following candidates are exempted from CSEET: 1. Candidates who have passed the CS Foundation Programme are exempted from CSEET without any payment of exemption fee. 2. Candidates who have passed the Final Examination of The Institute of Chartered Accountants of India (ICAI) and/or The Institute of Cost Accountants of India (ICMAI) are exempted from CSEET and shall pay `5,000 (Rupees Five Thousand Only) towards exemption fee at the time of Registration to CS Executive Programme. What is the duration of CSEET exam?
The duration of CSEET exam shall be 120 minutes and viva-voce on Presentation and Communication Skills of 15 Minutes.
What is CSEET exam syllabus?
CSEET exam syllabus includes the following:
1. Paper – 1 Business Communication (Total Marks: 50) 2. Paper – 2 Legal Aptitude and Logical Reasoning Total Marks – 50 Part A – Legal Aptitude (25 Marks) Part B – Logical Reasoning (25 Marks) 3. Paper – 3 Economic and Business Environment Total Marks – 50 Marks Part A– Economics (25 Marks) Part B – Business Environment (25 Marks) 4. Paper – 4 Current Affairs, Presentation and Communication Skills (Viva Voce) Total Marks – 50 Marks Part A – Current Affairs (20 Marks) Part B – Presentation & Communication Skills (Viva Voce) (30 Marks) For further details, refer to our article on CSEET Detailed Syllabus