The Institute of Company Secretaries of India (ICSI) publishes E-Admit Cards on official website (www.icsi.edu) for Company Secretaries (CS) Examinations for its June and December Sessions every year. Therefore, all students who has applied for CS Foundation/ Executive/ Professional Programme June, 2017 session examination to be conducted by CS Institute, may download their Admit Card or hall ticket in PDF form after entering their registration number.
Note that the despatch of admit cards in physical form by post has been discontinued and therefore you are required to download your Admit Card online which would be a valid hall ticket for entering into the examination hall.
CS Exam Admit Card for June 2017
ICSI issues CS Exam Admit Card 7-10 days before the commencement of Foundation Programme / Executive Programme/ Professional Programme Examinations. Hence, the admit card for CS Foundation/ Executive/ Professional June 2017 exams will be available from 21st May 2017 respectively and can be downloaded from
CS Foundation Admit Card June 2017 (Download Now)
CS Executive/ Professional Admit Card June 2017 (Download Now)
(AVAILABLE from 21st May 2017)
Thus, you may download the CS Executive and Professional Examination Admit Cards from ICSI.IndiaEducation.net after entering your 17 digit Reg. No. (E.g. 180271475/05/2015) as per Students Identity Card.
However, CS Foundation students may download e-Admit Card for June 2017 Examinations from above mentioned link. Also note that the examination timings displayed on Hall Ticket shall be in 24 hours Format.
However, all students should have to check at least 2 most important instructions otherwise it may entail cancellation of your examinations:
a) Check all entries/ particulars of your Admit Card just after downloading it.
b) Do not forget to carry your Student Identity Card along with Admit Card.
Important INSTRUCTIONS TO EXAMINEES by ICSI
Please read the following extract of important instructions as prescribed by the CS Institute:
1) Verification of Particulars:
You should have to verify all particulars mentioned in your Admit Card/ Hall Ticket such as Name, Registration Number, Photograph, Signature, Stage and Module(s) of Examination enrolled for, Examination Centre, Exemption granted, etc. immediately after taking the print-out of the Admit Card.
In case of any discrepancy, please inform to ICSI Institute immediately through:
a) Telephone No.(s) 011-33132333 / 66204999;
b) E-Mail id: firstname.lastname@example.org; or
c) Speed Post
The Director (Student Services),
The Institute of Company Secretaries of India, C-37,
Institutional Area, Sector-62, NOIDA – 201 309.
2) Admission to the Examination Hall:
Never forget to carry your Admission Certificate (i.e. Admit Card/ Hall Ticket) and valid Identity Card (Green Colored Authenticated Identity Card sent by post by the Institute OR the downloaded Student Identity Card from www.icsi.edu duly attested by the authorized officials) every day otherwise you will not be allowed to enter the Examination Hall.
For any reason, if some of the candidates are not holding the Identity Card due to technical/ practical problems, may bring any other Photo Identity Card issued by the Government Departments viz. Passport, Driving License, PAN Card, UID Aadhaar Card, Voter Card, etc.
3) Photograph/ Signature in Admit Card:
If the downloaded Admission Certificate does not bear your photograph/ signature then don’t worry about it and just do the following instruction prescribed by CS Institute:
a) Affix your recent passport size photograph;
b) Put your signature on the downloaded Identity Card;
c) Get it Attested by either from
i) Member of ICSI
ii) Gazetted Officer of State/ Central Government
iii) Principal of Recognised School
iv) Manager of Nationalised Bank etc.
d) Handover one identical photograph to the Superintendent of Examination Centre for affixing the same in the Attendance Sheet.
4) Paper-wise exemption granted:
Candidates fulfilling the eligibility conditions under 60% Marks Criteria have been granted exemption(s) in the respective papers and such exemption(s) has/have been shown in the Admit Card and Attendance Sheet. In case of any discrepancy in regard to paper-wise exemption shown in the Admit Card and/or Attendance Sheet, immediately contact Institute at email@example.com or at Phone No. 011-33132333/ 66204999.
Note that if any candidate appear in any paper disregarding the exemption granted & as shown in the Admit Card, the exemption will be cancelled by the Institute without notice and shall not be revived under any circumstances.
4) Allowable Pen, Calculator and Rough Work:
Writing answers with red or green ink is prohibited. You are required to write answers only with pen/ball-point pen in blue or black ink. Bring your own battery operated noiseless and cordless pocket calculator with not more than 6 functions, 12 digits and 2 memories. Remind that irrespective of use of calculator you have to show all working notes relating to solutions of practical problems along with their answers and rough work done should be marked as “ROUGH WORK TO QUESTION No. ……..” and scored off by drawing two parallel lines across such rough work.
5) Questions to be attempted:
ICSI has strictly stated that candidates must attempt questions in accordance with the directions given on each Question Paper. If the questions are attempted in excess of the prescribed number, only the questions attempted first upto the required number will be valued and awarded marks and the remaining answer(s) will be ignored.
6) Attempt Questions in Consecutive Order:
You are required to start answering each question from a fresh page and all parts/sub-question(s) of that question should be attempted in a consecutive order and do not leave any blank space(s)/page(s) in between the answers or answer book(s). Always mention the respective Question No. at the start of answer in bold capital letters and draw parallel lines underneath the question number on the left-hand side margin of the page.
E.g. ANSWER TO QUESTION No. ….
Further, except the Question No. or Sub-Question No., do not write anything on the left-hand side margin of pages of answer books.
7) To the point Answers and Bad or illegible Handwriting:
Institute has advised that the candidates are expected to write to-the-point answers to the questions in neat and legible handwriting citing relevant provisions, of the Acts/Rules quoting case law in support of the answers, wherever applicable. Bad and illegible handwriting will be penalized. Note that any answer book containing entirely illegible (unreadable) handwriting is liable to be awarded “ZERO” marks, if in addition to the original examiner; another examiner had examined and declared that the candidate’s handwriting in the answer book(s) was illegible.