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National Employability Assessment Test

for Commerce, Accounting & Finance

helping potential candidates to get closer to their dream jobs

Season - SUMMER 2022

B.Com, M. Com, B.B.A., B.B.S., B.B.M. and allied disciplines can apply
Prospective Working Areas
Accountancy & Bookkeeping
Banking & Finance
Capital Restructuring
Cryptocurrency
eCommerce
Economic Analyst
Financial Analyst
Financial Management
Foreign Trade
IndAS
Investments
Insurance
Instruments
Portfolio Management
Stock Markets
Taxation & Audit
Treasury / Debt
Wealth Management etc.

National Employability Assessment Test for Commerce, Accounting & Finance (Season – SUMMER 2022) – Result published and Score Cards have been made available along with Candidates’ Response Sheets.

Typographical errors in candidates’ personal information showing in the Score Cards, made during Registration and not yet rectified, may be reported to [email protected] with supporting documents, from candidates’ registered emails only. It may take upto 7 working days to get the same rectified and updated within the system.

The Merit list of the qualified candidates will be shared with Corporate HR through placement partners in due course of time.

Timeline

DetailsTentative Dates
Online Registration15th March – 31st May, 2022 (extended)
Online Resume buildingJune, 2022 onwards
Online Study Materials and Mock TestsJune, 2022 onwards
Admit Card download12th July, 2022 onwards
Computer Based Examination from PAN India Exam Venues24th July, 2022
Announcement of Result, Score Card downloadAugust 23, 2022

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Computer Based Exam

from 200+ Exam venues across 100+ cities from 30+ States & UTs PAN India

Uniform & Transparent

evaluation process, with availability of Question banks, Score Cards & Certificates

PAN India Talent Pool

of employable candidates with regional & state-wise, discipline-wise segmentation

Visibility to Recruiters

through various placement partners including agencies and job portals

Employability Score Card

to qualified and successful candidates

Certification of Merit

to good scorers across disciplines & trades

Award & Scholarship

to deserving candidates across geographies

Endorsement & Recommendation

of Top scorers to potential recruiters

Official Webinar

The Objective

  • Identifying the potential of a candidate’s industry readiness and thereby bridging the gap between employable candidates and potential employers
  • Searching hidden talent from Tier I, II III cities PAN India through multi tier, multi layer assessment
  • Standardizing the assessment process and protocol

Papers of Specialization

  • Accounting & Finance
  • Marketing Management
  • Taxation & Finance
  • Computer Application & E-Business
  • General Course

Eligibility

Pre-final & final year students of any discipline, fresher and entry level working professionals (preferably upto 3 yrs. of working experience), willing to pursue a career in the areas of Commerce Accounting, Finance and associated domains

Exam Details

Exam Type: Computer Based Test (CBT)
Pattern: MCQ type | Duration: 3 Hrs.
Score valid for TWO YEARS from the date of announcement of Results

Distinguish yourself from the common pool ! the demarcation is not visible in the university grade-sheets during pandemic. The unemployment increased exponentially and the employers are finding it difficult to identify potential candidates to recruit in the post-pandemic phase.

How It Works ?

Registration

Resume

Mock Test

Admit Card

Examination

Result

Certification

Job Ready

About

Indian Chamber of Commerce

Facilitating business since 1925

Indian Chamber of Commerce (ICC) is the leading and only National Chamber of Commerce and is one of the most pro-active and forward-looking Chambers in the country today. Its membership spans some of the most prominent and major industrial groups in India. ICC’s forte is its ability to anticipate the needs of the future, respond to challenges, and prepare the stakeholders in the economy to benefit from these changes and opportunities. Set up by a group of pioneering industrialists led by Mr G D Birla, the Indian Chamber of Commerce was closely associated with the Indian Freedom Movement, as the first organised voice of indigenous Indian Industry. Several of the distinguished industry leaders in India, such as Mr B M Birla, Sir Ardeshir Dalal, Sir Badridas Goenka, Mr S P Jain, Lala Karam Chand Thapar, Mr Russi Mody, Mr Ashok Jain, Mr. Sanjiv Goenka, have led the ICC as its President.

ICC also has a very strong focus upon Economic Research & Policy issues – it regularly undertakes Macro-economic Surveys/Studies, prepares State Investment Climate Reports and Sector Reports, provides necessary Policy Inputs & Budget Recommendations to Governments at State & Central levels.

ICC’s North-East Initiative has gained a new momentum and dynamism over the last few years, and the Chamber has been hugely successful in spreading awareness about the great economic potential of the North-East at national and international levels. Trade & Investment shows on North-East in countries like Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam have created new vistas of economic co-operation between the North-East of India and South-East Asia. ICC has a special focus upon India’s trade & commerce relations with South & South-East Asian nations, in sync with India’s ‘Look East’ Policy, and has played a key role in building synergies between India and her Asian neighbours like Singapore, Indonesia, Bangladesh, and Bhutan through Trade & Business Delegation Exchanges, and large Investment Summits.

ICC’s flagship Annual Conferences include the North-East Business Summit, India Energy Summit, Convergence India Leadership Summit, Agro Protech, ICC Insurance Summit, ICC Mutual Fund Summit, to name a few. These Summits take place all across India and abroad, and address key strategic issues.

Frequently Asked Questions

Certification
Indian Chamber of Commerce (ICC), founded in 1925, is the leading and only National Chamber of Commerce, and one of the most pro-active and forward-looking Chambers in the country today. Its membership spans some of the most prominent and major industrial groups in India. ICC’s forte is its ability to anticipate the needs of the future, respond to challenges, and prepare the stakeholders in the economy to benefit from these changes and opportunities.

NEATmet has tied with ICC to have liaison with the industries in search of fresh graduates or working professionals from the sphere of Commerce, Accountancy and Finance and assist in facilitating the needs of employment of a candidate.

Read more about ICC from the following link:
https://www.indianchamber.org/
The Merit list of qualified candidates with the detailed score sheet will be made available to the various categories of the industries, SMEs, and other corporates willing to hire based on their vacancies for the corresponding positions.
NO, NEATmet Exam is not compulsory. Candidates may appear for NEATmet to get recognition, better visibility to Industries and get better job opportunities.
The NEATmet score is valid for 2 years.
YES, experienced candidates may also appear in NEATmet Exam. This will enormously help experienced candidates to switch over and find better job opportunities
Registration
Any fresh graduate, working professional or a pre-final year student from any discipline willing to work in the fields of Commerce, Accounts and Finance can take the test by choosing the disciplines mentioned in the application portal.
The System and Process has been built on AADHAAR, so it's highly required for NEATmet Registration. Hence, AADHAAR is the only Identity Proof, candidates need to carry to Exam Centers.

Aspiring candidates, who don't have AADHAAR yet, may get it done in due time, so that they may register for NEATmet.
YES, online Registration process is one attempt. Candidates should have all necessary information and attachments readily available before Registration.
Candidates, who have valid AADHAAR and Qualifications as per the Eligibility of NEATmet, can apply.
NO. After completing all the steps up-to PDF application form generation in the ONLINE application process, the candidates can only download the application form and CANNOT modify the data. Hence, candidates need to be very careful while entering the data.
NO, there is no limitation on the NEATmet Exam attempt. A candidate can appear for the NEATmet Exam every year.
No, the date will be system generated hence the candidate can't choose the exam date.
NO, Graduates of any age and pre-final year students are eligible for NEATmet Exam.
NO. There is no quota or reservation. It's a Computer Based Test (CBT) to identify Technical Talent on PAN India basis and provide the LIVE database to Indian industry to recruit as per need.
YES. ONLY after the last date for submission of application is over, a Request for Change window will be activated for 7 days, within which the requests can be entertained additional payment. Any request after this period will NOT be considered.
Admit Card
The Timeline may please be referred.
No. Hard copy (preferably printed in color) of the Admit Card must be brought to the examination centre along with AADHAAR (not photocopied/ scanned copy), which was specified during the filling up of the online application.
Candidates must bring a print-out of the downloaded Admit Card to the Examination Center for the verification along with the original AADHAAR (NO photocopy/scanned copy), which was specified during the filling up of the online application.

The Admit Card is valid if and ONLY if the candidate's photograph and signature images are clear and legible. The photograph on the Admit Card and that in AADHAAR should match with the appearance of the candidate on the day of examination.
NO. The Exam Centers will be preferably located in the States and UTs as listed. The Cities / Towns will however be selected based upon the no of applicants from surrounding areas and the availability of the necessary Technological infrastructure.
Examination
Please check for the Syllabus section for the necessary details.
YES. 1/4 mark will be deducted for every wrong answer.
A candidate is allowed to appear in ONE paper of the NEATmet for Commerce, Accounting & Finance examination.
NO. Each candidate will be assigned to ONLY ONE of the multiple sessions of a particular paper.
NO. During the CBT form of the NEATmet examination, all candidates will be provided with a virtual scientific calculator which has to be used to answer the questions.
Only one scribble pad at any point of time will be provided to the candidate that can be used to do the rough work. To obtain a second scribble pad, the candidate MUST return the first scribble pad. The candidates have to return any scribble pad in their possession at the end of the examination. The virtual scientific calculator will be available on the computer screen.
NO. Candidate MUST enter to the examination centre as per specified time in Admit card, she/he has to log in to the system 30 minutes prior to the starting time of examination.
There will be 100 Questions comprising of all the Sections mentioned in the first two points.
NO. Candidates will NOT be allowed to leave the examination hall for any reason during the examination. Candidates are allowed to leave the examination hall only after the scheduled end of examination.
Mobile phones, physical calculators, wallets, watches of any type, any electronic/communicating devices, books, papers, loose sheets, pen/pencil box/pouch and any other similar items are NOT permitted inside the examination hall.
NO. Such arrangements will not be made at the examination centre. If a candidate brings personal belongings including mobile phones, they have to be kept outside the examination hall at the candidate’s own risk. The NEATmet officials are not responsible for safe keeping of their personal items.
Such cases are in violation of NEATmet for Commerce, Accounting & Finance code of conduct and will lead to disqualification of the candidature.
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