Institute of Company Secretaries of India had conducted exams for the Professional and Executive Programme. Students had appeared for the exam in number which was scheduled in the month of June 2016. Students perform well and made the level of exam high. The board conducts exam for the company secretary every year and giving best opportunities for the students who wants to gets in this area of working. Here we are going to feature those candidates who had to perform so well in the examination and gets their position in the top 10 toppers list.
Students who get appeared for the exam can now check their result too. The top three rank holders name is also declared for both syllabi of Professional and Executive Examination. Students can also check the merit list released by ICSI. ICSI is working as a board which conducts the regularity and development of company secretaries in India. It conducts many exams and training process for the students.
CS programme gives great opportunities for the candidates. It’s a programme conducts three phases. The syllabus and pattern for the course have been divided into stages.
Those who get top three ranks in the examination are Vivek Choudhary (776943) gets the first place. Sriya Purushottam Somani (799460) and Summit Ajay Matalia (798115) gets the second and third rank for new syllabus and Namrata Jain, Priya Agarwal and Fazalbhoy, Srikanth is toppers for the old syllabus. Candidates can check the merit list as well.
Students who gave an outstanding performance in the written exam gets their name in the top 10 toppers list. Students who get top rank for new syllabus name are as follow :-
- Rank -1 Vivek Chaudhary (776943)
- Rank-2 Sriya Purushottam Somani (799460)
- Rank-3 Rumit Ajay Matalia (798115)
Students who get top ranks for the old syllabus are :-
- Rank-1 Namrata Jain (622043)
- Rank-2 Praya Aggarwal (623964)
- Rank-3 Shehbaazali Fazalbhoy Therir (622031)
- Rank-3 Shrikant Pradeep Vyas (622055)
Students can now check the result and merit list released by the board. Stay tuned for more updates and news like this.