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CS Course (CSEET, CS Executive , CS Professional) Pass Percentage

Passing Percentage Criteria

Passing Percentage criteria at all Levels of CS Course i.e CSEET, CS Executive and CS Professional is same i.e 40% in Individual Exam and 50% in Aggregate. 

Pass Percentage Levels of CSEET, CS Executive and CS Professional

Company Secretary Course is conducted by The Institute of Companies Secretaries of India. Company Secretary Course is considered one of the toughest Professional Course amongst other professional courses due to its low pass percentage. Actually there are three stages in this course and each level stage has its own varying pass percentage every time. CSEET is considered very easy due to MCQs only Exams and no negative marking. It can be prepared and cleared very easily but when it comes to CS Executive and CS Professional Level then a student has to put a lot of hard work and consistency to clear these levels. In this Article we will discuss the pass percentage of various levels and the actions what a student needs to take to clear these exams.

CS Executive Entrance Test (CSEET) Pass Percentage

CSEET Pass Percentage
CSEET Attempt Pass Percentage
December, 2023 To be updated
July, 2023 69.73%
May, 2023 62.37%
January, 2023 67.73%
January, 2022 66.10%
July, 2021 64.14%
May, 2021 70.13%
January, 2021 73.39%

So looking at the above pass percentage level of CS Executive Entrance Test(CSEE) in previous Attempts it can easily be judged that CSEET is very easy to clear reasons being 

  • High Pass Percentage
  • Limited Syllabus 
  • Paper Completely MCQ based
  • No Negative Marking

How to clear CSEET Exams very easily

As discussed earlier it is very easy to clear CSEET exams. But even though 25% to 35% students fail even in CSEET exams. So now the questions arises what should a student do to clear the exams.

Points to be taken care of to clear the CSEET Exams:

  • Start preparation of CSEET Exams at least 2.5 Months before the Exams
  • Syllabus must be completed at least 20-30 days before exams for revision
  • Go through ICSI provided MCQs Booklet at least twice before Exams
  • And lastly follow the instructions provided by ICSI while appearing in the Exams.

Note: Please note that many students fail in CSEET Exams not due to bad preparation but due to non-following of ICSI Instructions while appearing in Exams please follow the ICSI provided instructions carefully. 

CS Executive Pass Percentage

In the following tables, we will see the past attempts pass percentage of CS Executive. and after that we will analyze why CS Executive pass percentage is so low.


CS Executive Pass Percentage December, 2023
Module Pass Percentage
Module 1 To be updated
Module 2 To be updated


CS Executive Pass Percentage December, 2022
Module Pass Percentage
Module 1 9.05%
Module 2 12.32%
CS Executive Pass Percentage December, 2021
Module  Old Syllabus Pass % New Syllabus Pass %
Module 1 8.11% 9.64%
Module 2 14.57% 21.91%
CS Executive Pass Percentage December, 2020
Module  Old Syllabus Pass % New Syllabus Pass %
Module 1 15.21% 8.27%
Module 2 21.28% 15.49%
CS Executive Pass Percentage June, 2019
Module  Old Syllabus Pass % New Syllabus Pass %
Module 1 11.51% 10.22%
Module 2 16.78% 8.60%


CS Executive Pass Percentage June, 2023
Module Pass Percentage
Module 1 5.85%
Module 2 13.05%


CS Executive Pass Percentage June, 2022
Module Pass Percentage
Module 1 8.76%
Module 2 18.12%
CS Executive Pass Percentage June, 2021
Module  Old Syllabus Pass % New Syllabus Pass %
Module 1 24.31% 15.60%
Module 2 17.33% 23.66%
CS Executive Pass Percentage December, 2019
Module  Old Syllabus Pass % New Syllabus Pass %
Module 1 13.54% 7.68%
Module 2 16.56% 11.95%

Why CS Executive Pass Percentage is so low?

As we observed that CS Executive pass percentage is very low as compared to pass percentage of CSEET now the question arises why CS Executive pass percentage is so low as compared to CS Executive Entrance Test. There are multiple factors which lead the CS Executive Level pass percentage low.

Possible Reasons of Low CS Executive Pass Percentage

Following are the multiple reasons due to which pass percentage of CS Executive is low:

  • Lack of Consistency – Most prominent reason is lack of Consistency. As there is saying that consistency beats intelligence, this saying fits exactly in CS Executive Level.
  • Over-confidence – There are thousands of students who think that they can achieve the 50% passing marks very easily since they have achieved more than 90% marks in their 10th or 12th or Graduation levels but as they appear in CS Executive Exams most of them face failure. Reason of failure here is being over confident. As discussed above consistency is required to clear the exams here.
  • Social Media –  A student must need to understand that doing study is like doing “Tapasya” , it needs a lot of dedication and commitment. As there is a saying if you want to go to heaven first you have to die. Similarly if you want to clear these exams in first attempt then you have to sacrifice your social life for a limited period. It seems absurd but in my opinion and as per my experience it is true. As I recall my past I didn’t even know what is happening in the world for the last 2-3 months before my Exams. So nothing is free you have to pay the price. Here is the price is your ‘Consistency, Dedication and Commitment.’
  •  Following too many faculty on You tube etc: Just follow the teacher from whom you have purchased the classes and one or two who you like the most. When you start following too many teachers then you get confused since every teacher has his or her own opinion. Never follow anyone who divert your attention from your studies. 
  • Lack of Self-Studies – As I remember I used to focus maximum on self-studies and minimum dependencies on coaching. But now-adays trend has totally reversed. Most of the students think a teacher can make him or her clear the exams which is only partially through. Every teacher knows that until a student puts his or her complete efforts he or she can never succeed. So please try to understand that without a student’s own efforts a teacher can do nothing.

CS Professional Pass Percentage

CS Professional Pass Percentage December, 2022
Module Pass Percentage
Module 1 To be updated
Module 2 To be updated
Module 3 To be updated
CS Professional Pass Percentage December, 2022
Module Pass Percentage
Module 1 14.22%
Module 2 14.00%
Module 3 13.85%
CS Professional Pass Percentage December, 2021
Module Old Syllabus Pass % New Syllabus Pass %
Module 1 35.55% 27.38%
Module 2 28.57% 20.37%
Module 3 36.07% 41.26%
CS Professional Pass Percentage December, 2020
Module Old Syllabus Pass % New Syllabus Pass %
Module 1 27.88% 19.39%
Module 2 28.26% 17.81%
Module 3 33.37% 34.52%
CS Professional Pass Percentage June, 2019
  Old Syllabus Pass % New Syllabus Pass %
Module 1 27.13% 27.82%
Module 2 30.73% 24.73%
Module 3 33.34% 27.76%
CS Professional Pass Percentage June, 2022
Module Pass Percentage
Module 1 9.07%
Module 2 7.86%
Module 3 13.11%
CS Professional Pass Percentage June, 2022
Module Pass Percentage
Module 1 22.07%
Module 2 18.17%
Module 3 18.90%
CS Professional Pass Percentage June, 2021
Module Old Syllabus Pass % New Syllabus Pass %
Module 1 33.22% 26.14%
Module 2 30.65% 16.86%
Module 3 29.23% 29.80%
CS Professional Pass Percentage December, 2019
Module Old Syllabus Pass % New Syllabus Pass %
Module 1 30.11% 40.08%
Module 2 23.74% 29.59%
Module 3 34.26% 31.07%

Why CS Professional Pass Percentage is more than CS Executive Pass Percentage?

Reasons are very simple

  • Here a student has understood that what is the importance of self-study. And he knows that he has to study hard if he wants to finish the Course at the earliest.
  • Most of the non-serious students exit the CS Course at the Executive Level itself so only serious one enters the CS Professional.
  • Here a student puts more extra efforts since he knows that if it is cleared he will enter his dream career. 


So looking at the pass percentages of all levels one thing is clear that each level has its own pass percentage but key to success is Consistency, Hard work and Dedication and of course luck.

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CS Executive - Jurisprudence, Interpretation and General Laws (JIGL) Subject

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CS Executive JIGL Syllabus

Level of Knowledge : Working Knowledge

  1. Sources of Law : l Meaning of Law and its Significance l Relevance of Law to Civil Society
    • Jurisprudence & Legal Theory l Schools of Law propounded by Austin, Roscoe Pound, Salmond, Kelsen, Savigny, Bentham and others l Statutes, Subordinate Legislation, Custom, Common Law, Precedent, Stare decisis
  2. Constitution of India : l Broad Framework of the Constitution of India l Fundamental Rights, Directive Principles of State Policy and Fundamental Duties l Legislative framework and Powers of Union and States l Judicial framework l Executive/Administrative framework l Legislative Process l Finance Bill and Other Bills l Parliamentary Standing Committees and their Role l Writ Jurisdiction of High Courts and the Supreme Court l Different types of writs
  3. Interpretation of Statutes : l Need for interpretation of a statute l Meanings of Interpretation of Statutes
    • A state and the casus omissus l Interpretation of Definition Clause l Principles of Interpretation including Heydon’s Rule of Interpretation, Golden Rule of Interpretation l Aids to Interpretation l Legal Terminologies l Reading a Bare Act & Citation of Cases l Pari Materia l Harmonious Construction
    • Prospective and retrospective operation l Use of “May” and “Shall” l Use of “And” and “or”
    • Interpretation of proviso l Latin maxims used to interpret words and phrases l Contemporanea Expositio l Deeming provisions l Repugnancy with other statutes l Conflict between general provision and special provision l Socially beneficial construction l Interpretation of Procedural Law
    • Interpretation of fiscal and taxing statutes l Delegated legislations l Conflict between Statute, Rules and regulations l Doctrine of substantial compliance l Doctrine of impossibility of performance
    • Strict Construction of penal statutes l Brief of General Clause Act, 1897 l Reading Methodology of the Companies Act, 2013 and its Legal Aura
  4. Administrative Laws : l Conceptual Analysis l Source and Need of Administrative Law l Principle of Natural Justice l Administrative Discretion l Judicial Review & Other Remedies l Liability of Government, Public Corporation
  5. Law of Torts : l General conditions of Liability for a Tort l Strict and Absolute Liability l Vicarious Liability l Torts or wrongs to personal safety and freedom l Liability of a Corporate Entity/Company in Torts l Remedies in Torts
  6. Law relating to Civil Procedure : l Structure and Jurisdiction of Civil Courts l Basic Understanding of Certain Terms – Order, Judgment and Decree, Stay of Suits, Cause of Action, Res Judicata, Sub-judice
    • Summary Proceedings/Procedures, Appeals, Reference, Review and Revision l Powers of Civil Court and their exercise by Tribunals l Institution of Suit l Law relating to Commercial Courts
  7. Laws relating to Crime and its Procedure : l Introduction l Classes of Criminal Courts l Power of Courts
    • Arrest of Persons l Mens Rea and Actus Reus l Cognizable and Non-Cognizable Offences l Bail
    • Continuing Offences l Compounding of Offences l Summons and Warrants l Searches l Summary Trial l Offences against Property l Criminal Breach of Trust l Cheating, Fraudulent Deeds and Dispositions of Property l Offences relating to Documents and Property Marks l Forgery l Defamation
  8. Law relating to Evidence : l Concept of Relevant Evidence and Admissible Evidence l Statements about the facts to be proved l Relevancy of facts connected with the fact to be proved l Opinion of Third Persons l Facts of which evidence cannot be given l Oral, Documentary and Circumstantial Evidence l Burden of proof l Presumptions l Estoppel l Witness l Improper admission & rejection of evidence l e-evidence
  9. Law relating to Specific Relief : l Specific reliefs and defense l Specific performance and defense
    • Unenforceable contracts l Rescission of Contracts l Cancellation of Instruments l Declaratory Decrees l Preventive Reliefs
  10. Law relating to Limitation : l Computation of the Period of Limitation l Bar of Limitation l Effect of acknowledgment l Acquisition of ownership by Possession l Classification of Period of Limitation
  11. Law relating to Arbitration, Mediation and Conciliation : l Arbitration Law in India l Appointment of Arbitrators l Judicial Intervention l Award l Recourse against Award l Commencement of conciliation proceedings l Laws relating to conduct of conciliation proceedings l Termination of conciliation proceedings l Role of conciliator in other proceedings l Power of High Court to make rules
    • Development of Mediation Law l Mediation rules made by Higher Courts
  12. Indian Stamp Law : l Key Definitions l Principles of Levy of Stamp Duty l Determination, Mode and timing of Stamp Duty l Person responsible l Consequences of Non-Stamping and Under-Stamping
    • Allowance and Refund l Concept of E-Stamping l Payment and Adjudication of Duty
  13. Law relating to Registration of Documents : l Registration of Documents: Compulsory, Optional
    • Time and Place of Registration l Consequences of Non-Registration l Prerequisites for Registration
    • Provisions of Transfer of Property Act, 1882 and registration of Documents l Properties which cannot be Transferred l Rule Against Perpetuities l Lis Pendens l Provisions Relating to Sale, Mortgage, Charge, Lease, Gift and Actionable Claim l Easement Rights
  14. Right to Information Law : l Key Definitions l Public Authorities & their Obligations l Role of Central/ State Governments l Central Information Commission l State information Commission
  15. Law relating to Information Technology : l Introduction, definition, important terms under the IT Act
    • Digital Signatures, Electronic Record, Certifying Authority, Digital Signature Certificate l Cyber Regulation Appellate Tribunal l Offences and Penalties l Rules relating to sensitive personal data under IT Act l Development and Law of Data Protection
  16. Contract Law : l Formation of an Agreement, Intention to create legal relationship l Offer and invitation to offer l Kinds of offer, communication, acceptance and revocation of offer and acceptance l Modes of revocation of offer l Consideration l Basis and the nature of consideration l Doctrine of Privity of Contract and of consideration l Exceptions of consideration l Capacity to Contract l
    1. Free Consent
      • Void and Voidable Contracts l Discharge of Contracts l Remedies for breach of Contract l Quasi Contracts l e-contracts
  17. Law relating to Sale of Goods : l Important definitions l Essentials of a Contract of Sale l Sale Distinguished from Agreement to Sell l Bailment, Contract for Work and Labour and Hire-Purchase
    • Conditions and Warranties l Doctrine of Caveat Emptor l Performance of the Contract of Sale 
    • 18. Law relating to Negotiable Instruments : l Negotiable Instruments and Parties l Material Alteration
      • Crossing and bouncing of Cheques l Dishonour of Cheques & its Remedies l Presumption of Law as to Negotiable Instruments

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