I copied the first 7 points from your table in an Excel file. The first thing I did was setting the fields as numeric with 8 decimals (this avoids issues in ArcGIS, but I don't know if it is necessary in QGIS). I saved this file as a CSV:
Then I used the "Create points layer from table" tool from QGIS. As your coordinate values seemed to be in decimal degrees, I used the default WGS 84 (EPSG: 2436):
To reproject your data in the desired CRS, you can follow this tutorial.