CS -EP: Results Exemptions


CS -EP: Results Exemptions

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CS - Executive Programme FOR Results Exemptions

   CS - Executive Programme : Results Exemptions

 
When Declared? What Information is Available? How to Get it?
 
The main examinations are conducted twice every year in the months of June and Decmber,
generally on specified dates which do not change except under extraordinary circumstances. The
results of these examinations are generally scheduled to be declared as follows:
The results are expected to be declared within 60 to 75 days (2 to 2½ months) from the
examination date.
Tentatively they would be declared on
  • June Examination results : On 25th August
  • December Examination results : On 25th February
Information Available ‐ How to get it?
 
The results would be hosted on the Institute's [ICSI] web site and would also be displayed at the
offices of the institute, its chapters, and the offices relevant to the examination center where the
student has appeared for the examination.

Main/Final Examination : Qualifying Marks ­ Pass Marks in each module Separately
 
 
A student is required to get a minimum of 40 marks in each paper (not subject) and an aggregate
of 50% in all the papers of a module together to qualify in the module.
 
Passing the Executive Level
 
A candidate is considered to have passed the Executive Programme Level of these courses if he
passes both the modules/groups constituting this level.
 
He/she may get through the modules/groups in one or more attempts either together or
separately.
 
Passing only one Module
 
A student is said to have passed one of the modules if he secures "a minimum of 40 marks in each
paper and an aggregate of 50% in all the papers of that module"
 
Passing both modules together
 
A student is said to have passed both the modules together if he secures "a minimum of 40 marks
in each paper and an aggregate of 50% in all the papers of both the modules put together.
Case Papers Result
Module I Module II Grand
Total
1 2 3 4 Total 5 6 7 8 Total
A 40 40 40 40 160 40 40 40 40 320 240 Failed Both
< 50% < 50% < 50%
Didn't pass any group even when considered separately
B 54 40 43 42 179 45 50 48 44 187 366 Failed Both
< 50% < 50% < 50%
Didn't pass any group even when considered separately
C 65 35 80 56 236 65 45 39 55 174 410 Failed Both
x ≥ 50% x ≥ 50% ≥ 50%
Didn't pass any group even when considered separately
D 40 40 40 40 160 80 40 80 40 240 400 Passed Both
≥ 50% ≥ 50% ≥ 50%
Note the advantage with considering the two groups together here. 
The student will fail Group I if they are considered separately.
E 50 60 70 55 235 40 50 40 40 210 445 Passed Both
≥ 50% ≥ 50% ≥ 50%
F 60 60 70 45 235 80 60 55 40 235 470 Passed Both
≥ 50% ≥ 50% ≥ 50%
G 50 60 55 45 210 54 38 55 60 207 303 Passed Module I
≥ 50% x ≥ 50% ≥ 50%
H 48 50 45 42 185 51 48 52 62 213 398 Passed Module II
< 50% ≥ 50% < 50%
 
Papers with two or more subjects involved
 
Where a paper contains two or more parts (each part may be a separate subject or otherwise)
with the total marks of 100 divided between the parts a candidate is required to get the minimum
marks in all the parts together.
 
There is no need for the student to maintain a minimum pass mark in each part separately.
 
example
 
Module II ­ Paper 5: Economic and Labour Laws [100 marks]
  • Part A : Economic Laws (60 Marks)
  • Part B : Labour Laws (40 Marks)
The student is required to get the minimum of 40 marks in the two parts together. There is no
minimum for each part.
 
Marks Sheet and Pass Certificates
 
Marks Sheet
 
All the students irrespective of their result, (whether they pass or fail the examination) will
receive a marks list indicating the marks obtained in each subject/paper.
 
Pass Certificate
 
All the candidates passing in both the modules of this level would also receive in addition to themarks memo, a pass certificate as a proof of passing the level.
This will be sent by post to the address mentioned in the application for examination.
 
Verification of Answer Papers
 
Information as to whether a candidates answers to each question in any particular subject or
subjects at any examination have been examined and marked or not may be supplied to a
candidate.
 
Time Limit for making application
 
A candidate may apply for verification of answer papers within 30 days of the date of declaration
of results of the said examination.
 
Verification Fee
 
The verification of marks fee is Rs. 100 per subject.
 
Application
 
Application should be made in the prescribed form along with the fee for the same.
 
Where to obtain the Application
 
Where to send the Application
 
Note
 
Revaluation of answers is not permissible and the fee is only for verifying whether all the answers
of the examinee have been valued or not and whether the counting of total marks is correct or
not.

Marks Sheet Lost , Getting a Duplicate
 
There is a provision for obtaining a duplicate marks sheet.
 
Time Limit for getting a duplicate marks sheet/pass certificatee
 
A duplicate marks sheet/pass certificate can be obtained from the institute at any time. There is
no time limit prescribed.
 
Fee
 
The fee for obtaining a duplicate marks sheet/pass certificate is Rs. 50 per each such certificate.
 
Application
 
Application should be made in the prescribed form along with the fee for the same.
 
Where to obtain the Application
 
Where to send the Application

Re­Exam on Failure
 
The normal procedure to be adopted in case of failure by a student is to reappear in all the papers
of a that module in which he/she has not qualified.
 
However a student may be exempt from appearing in one or more papers of a module in the
subsequent examinations, on account of having scored high marks (more than 60%) in the
examination in which he/she was declared failed.
 
One should note that a student may also be exempt from appearing in one or more papers of a
module on account of having specified academic qualifications.

Exemptions on Getting High Marks
 
A candidate who obtains more than 60% of marks in any paper or papers and a minimum of 25%
of marks in all the remaining papers of that module in which he has appeared shall be exempted
from appearing in that paper in the subsequent examinations.
 
The candidate is required to obtain a minimum of 40% in each paper and an aggregate of 50% in
the total of the remaining subjects of the module in the subsequent examinations.
 
example
 
An Attempt
 
Say a student has obtained the following marks in an examination
 
I ­ 65, II ­ 35, III ­ 30; Total = 130. [Aggregate < 50% → Fail]
 
Since the student has got marks 7ge; 60% in Paper I and has also got the minimum required in
other papers i.e. ≥ 25% in Papers II and III, he/she will be exempted from appearing in Paper I in
the subsequent examinations.
 
In the next exam the candidate is required to appear only in papers II and III and get a minimum
of 40% and aggregate of 50% (total of 100) in the papers II, and III together.
 
Next Attempt
 

Say the student has obtained the following marks in the subsequent exam

             1.Case 1

            The student may obtain marks required to pass the examination.
              II ­ 54, III ­ 58. Total = 112. [Aggregate ≥ 50% → Pass]
 
             2.Case 2
 
               The student may fail the examination but still obtain an exemption in one more papers
              additionally.
              II ­ 30, III ­ 65. Total = 95. [Aggregate < 50% → Fail]
       
              The student fails the examination. Here there is a scope for exemption in Paper III since the
              student obtained ≥ 60% and has got a minimum of 25% in the other paper.
              In the next exam the stduent is required to appear only Paper II and get a minimum of 50%.
                 
             3. Case 3
 
               The student may fail the examination and not get any new exemptions.
                II ­ 20, III ­ 65. Total = 85. [Aggregate < 50% and Failed in Paper II → Fail]
 
Special Case » Failing after Getting an Aggregate ≥ 60%
 
Where a student who has appeared in all the papers of a module has failed in one paper but
obtained a minimum of 60% of the total marks of the remaining subjects (not in each subject)
shall be declared to have passed in that module if he secured 50% marks in that paper in which he
failed in any subsequent examination.
 
An attempt
 
I ­ 55, II ­ 35, III ­ 72 Total = 162. [Aggregate > 50% → Fail]
 
Has got 60% in I and III together (i.e. the other subjects).
 
In the subsequent exams the student needs to appear only in paper II and get a minimum of 50%
in it to pass in the module.

Claiming and Foregoing Exemptions
 
Claiming Exemptions
 
Exemptions on account of Possessing other Qualifications
 
The student has to make specific mention of the same at the time of registration and claim
exemption.
 
The requisite fee for the same should also be paid in addition to the regular registration fee.
 
A candidate who is eligible for exemption by the virtue of possessing the relevant qualifications
should pay an exemption fee of Rs. 100 per paper in which exemption is being claimed and make
an application on or before the last date for submission of enrolment application for the particular
examination.
 
Attested copy of the relevant qualification should also be attached with the application for claiming
exemption.
 
The examiantion fee for a module should however be paid in full. There is no reduction in the
examination fee for the papers in which the student has been exempted.
 
Exemptions on Getting High Marks
 
To claim exemption on account of scoring high marks, a student has to mention the same in the
application for examination at the time of making the application for the subsequent exams.
 
Since there is no reduction in fee for exempted subjects either on account of having other
qualifications or on account of having scored high marks in prior examinations, care should be
taken to ensure that the relevant columns are properly filled in the examination application.
 
Foregoing Exemptions
 
A student if he so desires can forego the exemption he has in a subject by mentioning the same in
the application for examination, i.e. by ignoring the column where the details relevant to claiming
exemptions are to be filled.
The benefit once foregone cannot be availed in the subsequent attempts.
 
Exemptions from One or More Papers based on other Qualifications Held
 
Exemption from Executive Programme
 
No one is exempt from studying all the papers at this level i.e. there is no academic qualification
that would entitle a student to bypass the executive level and go to the professional programme
level directly.
 
Exemption from some Papers
 
Based on academic qualifications possessed, a candidate may be entitled to exemptions from
appearing in individual subjects of the executive programme level/course.
 
Module I
 
     Exemption is available to candidates possessing the following qualifications :
     a. M.A. (Corporate secretary ship)
     b. Degree in law of a recognized university
 
     Exemption is available to candidates possessing the following qualifications :
       a. M.A. (Corporate secretary ship)/MBA/M.Com with accountancy as one of the subjects
            at B.A. (Corporate secretary ship)/B. Com level with full paper in cost
            accounting/management accounting/ financial management at M.A. (Corporate
             secretaryship)/MBA/M.Com level of a recognised university and should have secured
             50% marks in the subject concerned.
        b. Pass in the final examination of ICWAI
 
3. Paper III: Tax Laws
     Exemption is available to candidates possessing the following qualifications :
      a. M.A. (Corporate secretary ship)
     b. Pass in the final examination of ICWAI

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