Today, November 12, the Institute of Company Secretaries of India (ICSI) will be conducting CS Executive Entrance Test (CSEET) for the November 2022 session. The exam will be held in remote proctored mode, which means that candidates taking the CSEET November 2022 exam will be able to take it using their own laptops or desktops. The exam will last for two hours.
To ensure a fair and secure testing environment, candidates taking the CSEET must keep their faces and upper bodies visible to the proctor at all times. Candidates must also have an internet connection with a minimum speed of 2MBPS. The recommended browser to use is Google Chrome version 8.0 or above. During the exam, candidates are not allowed to use any mobile devices, earphones, headphones, or any other gadgets, including pagers, digital diaries, scientific or programmable calculators, blue tooth devices, palmtops, smart watches, or health bands.
Candidates appearing for the ICSI CSEET exam in 2022 will need to download, install and check the Safe Exam Browser, or SEBLite, on their desktop computers.
There will be a total of 140 questions on the CSEET exam in 2022, which will be split into four sections. Candidates will be required to login to the test portal 30 minutes before their scheduled exam time.
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Some more useful last-minute tips for the aspirants of CSEET are as follows:
Please read and follow all the instructions provided by ICSI for the online proctored test. This includes installing and arranging all of the necessary equipment, internet connection, chargers, admit card, ID card, etc. Make sure to test your system and internet speed before beginning the exam. Additionally, please find a quiet place without any distractions or disturbances where you can comfortably take the test.
The audio and video of your laptop or desktop must be positioned and functioning properly. You will not be allowed to wear headphones during the CSEET. Your face and upper body must remain visible to the proctor at all times. Ensure that your internet connection has a minimum speed of 2MBPS (4G/Wi-Fi) or above for uploads.
We recommend using the Google Chrome browser version 8.0 or above. Mobile devices, earphones, headphones, and other gadgets like pagers, digital diaries, scientific or programmable calculators, blue tooth, palmtops, smart watches, and health bands should not be used.