The Institute of Company Secretaries of India (ICSI) has announced the CS Foundation Result June 2018 today i.e. on July 25, 2018. Mahima Sancheti has topped the examination. Whereas the second rank is shared between two candidates Gaurang Mishra and Sneha Jain. The third position is secured by Dhanya Jaysukhbhai. The examination of CS Foundation Programme was held on June 09 and 10, 2018. Congratulations to all the candidates who have successfully qualified the examination.
The CS Foundation Result June 2018 is available at icsi.examresults.net. Candidates have to use their exam roll number to access their results. The result will contain the subject wise marks. For future reference, the result must be downloaded and kept safe. No physical copy of the result-cum-marks statement will be issued.
Along with the ICSI CS Foundation Result June 2018 the merit list has also been released. It contains rank, name, and registration of the qualified top 275 candidates.
The top 10 position has been secured by Mahima Sancheti, Gaurang Mishra and Sneha Jain (Tie at 2nd position), Dhanya Jaysukhbhia, Sreelakshmy R, Shivani Mathur, Zainab Petiwala and Manisha Surendra Jain (Tie at 6th position), Pallab Sarmah and Vikram Singh (Tie at 7th position), Pratigya Shroff, Nikhita Aniruddha, Ananya Agnihotri, Pallavi Pankaj and Fatema Kuresh (Tie at 8th position), Monika Meena, Divya Gaur, harshita Kirkire, Dolly Basant, jay Rajeshkumar Modi, Sivani Tiwari and sanvir Singh (Tie at 9th position), Samridhi Sharma, Mohit, Kavisha Bhatnagar, Bhavika Tolani, Rtika Agarwal, Anindita Saha, Rahul Kumarbhai and masira Sajio (Tie at 10th position).
The 2nd and 6th position is shared between 2 candidates. Whereas the 7th rank is shared by 3 candidates and the 8th position is shared by 5 candidates. The 9th position is shared by 7 positions and the 10th rank is shared by 8 candidates. Overall there are a total of 31 candidates in the top 10 of CS Foundation June 2018.
To qualify the CS Foundation Programme examination the candidates need to obtain at one sitting, a minimum of forty percent (40%) marks in each subject and fifty percent (50%) marks in the aggregate of all the subjects put together.
Congratulations to all the candidates!