ICSI CS December Result 2019 Announced; Girls Outperform Boys in Foundation Programme
ICSI CS December result 2019 announced on January 25, 2020, at 11 am. Manya Shrivastava has bagged the first rank in the Foundation Programme.
The Institute of Company Secretaries of India (ICSI) has announced ICSI CS December result 2019 on January 25 at 11 AM. Along with the result, the e-mark statement and All India Provisional Merit List was also released by the institute. Candidates can view their result and download the e-mark statement from the official website by logging with roll number and registration number. The hard copy of the result and e-marks statement are not sent to candidates by post.
Girls have performed boys in ICSI CS Foundation Programme exam. The top three positions have been secured by girls. Manya Shrivastava has bagged the first rank. The second position has been secured by Ruchi Rakesh Agarwal. The third rank has been secured by Shruti Nagar. A total of 299 candidates have made it to the top 25 rank list.
ICSI 2019 exam for CS Foundation course was held on December 28 and 29, 2019. The hard copy of result and mark statement will not be sent to candidates by post. ICSI result 2019 for Executive and Professional Programmes will be announced on February 25, 2020.
How to check ICSI Result 2019?
Candidates can follow the steps below to check the result –
- Visit the official website -icsi.edu
- Candidates need to click the link ‘CS Foundation Result 2019 for December Session’
- In the login page, candidates need to enter roll number and registration number
- The result will appear on the screen
- Take a printout of the result
ICSI CS Result 2019 for Foundation Programme - Download Here
Candidates are declared qualified in Foundation Programme only if they secure 40% in each subject and 50% in aggregate.
Candidates who have received the result-cum-marks statement, can apply for a duplicate copy by paying Rs 100. Candidates can either remit the fees through cash or demand draft.
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