- Candidates, who have completed 12th standard or equivalent, will be eligible.
- Graduate or postgraduate candidates who were other-wise eligible to seek registration directly to the Executive programme will also have to qualify the CSEET to become eligible for registration to the Programme.
- The following students will be exempt for appearing for CSEET:
- 1. CS Foundation Programme passed students.
- 2. ICAI (The Institute of Chartered Accountants of India) Final Course passed students with exemption fee of Rs. 5000/-
- 3. ICMAI (The Institute of Cost Accountants of India) Final Course passed students with exemption fee of Rs. 5000/-
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CSEET Syllabus 2021 – 2022
Paper 1- Business Communication
Unit 01 – 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
Unit 02 – 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
Unit 03 – 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
Unit 04 – Common Business Terminologies
Terms defined under various laws, rules and regulations including financial and non-financial terms and expressions
Paper – 2 Legal Aptitude and Logical Reasoning
Part A – Legal Aptitude Indian Constitution
Elements of General Laws (Indian Contract Act and Law of Torts)
Elements of Company Secretaries Legislation
Elements of Company Law
Part B – Logical Reasoning
Paper – 3 Economic and Business Environment
Part A – Economics
Basics of Demand and Supply and Forms of Market Competition
National Income Accounting and Related Concepts
Indian Union Budget
Indian Financial Markets
Part B – Business Environment
Key Government Institutions
CSEET Exam Pattern:
The CSEET test will be an online Computer-based Test which comprises Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs), audio clips, video clips, and descriptive questions.
(i) Computer Based Test of 120 Minutes consists of 4 parts viz.
|S. No.||SUBJECT||No. of Questions||Marks|
|Paper – 1||Business Communication||35||50|
|Paper – 2||Legal Aptitude and Logical Reasoning||35||50|
|Paper – 3||Economic and Business Environment||35||50|
|Paper – 4||Current Affairs||15||20|
(ii) Viva Voce of 15 Minutes on “Presentation and Communication Skills” that carry 30 marks via Online mode.
NOTE: There is NO Negative Marking. Candidates need to secure an aggregate of 50% and 40% in each subject to qualify CSEET Test.