Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) on Direct Entry to Chartered Accountancy Course


You all are aware that Recently ICAI announced that Graduates are exempt for CPT with certain conditions. For this many students have lots of doubts regarding procedure and fee structure etc. so here i post some of the general FAQ’s for the students. lets read the post and enjoy.

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1.  Who  is  eligible  to  register  directly  for  Chartered  Accountancy  Course  without passing Common Proficiency Test (CPT)?

The  following  categories  of  students  are  eligible  to  register  directly  for Intermediate (Integrated Professional Competence) Course without passing the Common Proficiency Test (CPT):-

1.  Graduates  or  Post  Graduates  from  Commerce  stream  having  secured  in aggregate a minimum of 55% of the total marks or its equivalent grade or other Graduates or Post Graduates having secured in aggregate a minimum of 60% of the total marks or its equivalent grade in the examination conducted by any recognised University (including Open University).

2.  Candidates  who  have  passed  the  Intermediate  level  examination  or  its equivalent examination by whatever name called conducted by The Institute of Cost Accountants of India or by The Institute of Company Secretaries of India.

2. Who is considered to be a Commerce stream student?

A student shall be deemed to be of Commerce stream, if he has passd Graduation/ Post Graduation examination by studying any three papers of 100 marks each out of Accounting,   Auditing,   Mercantile   Laws,   Corporate   Laws,   Economics,   Management (including Financial Management), Taxation (including Direct Tax Laws and Indirect Tax Laws), Costing, Business Administration or Management Accounting.

3. If a Graduate/ Post Graduate student studies subjects which are not considered for awarding grades and only required to pass such examination, whether such subjects/ papers marks shall be considered in calculating the aggregate percentage of marks?

As per the scheme of education in any University, if a student is required to secure only pass marks and for which no special credit is given, such marks shall be ignored while calculating prescribed percentage of marks for determining the prescribed percentage of marks for admission to the chartered accountancy course under Direct Entry scheme.

4. Will a Graduate/ Post Graduate student who has secured in aggregate a minimum of 54.4% of the total marks in Commerce Stream or 59.4% in other stream be eligible to register under direct entry scheme of chartered accountancy course?

No. As per the rounding off provision, any fraction of half or more shall be rounded up to the next whole number. Accordingly, if a student secures a minimum 54.4% or 59.4% of the total marks in Commerce stream or in other stream respectively shall not be eligible to register under direct entry scheme of chartered accountancy course.

5. Whether students who are pursuing Graduation Course can register for Intermediate (Integrated Professional Competence) Course?

Yes, students who are pursuing the Final year of Graduation Course are eligible for provisional registration to the Intermediate (Integrated Professional Competence) Course. Such students would be required to submit satisfactory proof of having passed the graduation examination with the specified percentage of marks within six months, from the date of appearance in the final year graduation examination (i.e. from the day of commencement of the examination). During the period of provisional registration, a student can undergo and complete Information Technology Training (ITT) and Orientation Course.  It is clarified that in such cases the practical training shall commence only on becoming a Graduate with specified percentage of marks. Such students shall be eligible for appearing in the Intermediate (Integrated Professional Competence) Examination on completion of nine months of practical training. If such students fail to produce the proof within the aforesaid period, provisional registration shall stand cancelled and the registration and other fees, as the case may be, paid shall not be refunded/ adjusted and no credit shall also be given for the theoretical education undergone.

6. When can directly registered student be eligible to join for practical training?

Graduates or Post Graduates from Commerce or other streams, with specified percentage of marks shall be eligible for admission to three years articled training, on completion of -

(a)     Information Technology Training; and

(b)     Orientation Course

Students who have passed Intermediate level examination of The Institute of Cost Accountants of India or The Institute of Company Secretaries of India shall be eligible for admission to three years articled training on -

(a)     Passing of Group I or Both Groups of Intermediate (Integrated Professional Competence) Examination; or Accounting Technician level Examination;

(b)     Completion of Information Technology Training; and

(c)      Completion of Orientation Course

However, the Council, in order to mitigate the hardships that might be faced by the students registering under Direct Entry Scheme to Chartered Accountancy Course upto 30th September, 2012 has relaxed the requirement of completion of ITT and Orientation Course upto 31st March, 2013, as a one-time dispensation.

7. Whether a student who registers during August/ September 2012 will be eligible to appear in the May, 2013 Intermediate (IPC) Examination?

As per the requirement of the Regulations, a student registered under Graduate/ Post Graduate scheme can appear in the Intermediate (IPC) Examination on completion of nine months of practical training (including study course for a period of eight months commening from the date of registration to the Course) and student registered for the Intermediate (IPC) Course after passing Intermediate level examination of the Institute of Cost Accountants of India/ the Institute of Company Secretaries of India can appear in the examination after undergoing a study course for a period of eight months commencing from the date of registration to the Course.

However, the Council, in order to mitigate the hardships that might be faced by the students registering under Direct Entry Scheme to Chartered Accountancy Course upto 30th September, 2012, has relaxed the eligibility criteria as a one-time dispensation, as under, so as to be eligible to appear in the Intermediate (Integrated Professional Competence) Examination to be held in May, 2013.

Students registered for the articled training till 30th September, 2012 are required to complete Orientation Course and Information Technology Training (ITT) latest by 31st March, 2013 instead of before registration for practical training.

Such students shall be eligible to appear in the Intermediate (IPC) Examination to be held in May, 2013 by completing 7 months of articled training and study course concurrently, instead of 9 months of articled training and 8 months of study course respectively.

Students registered for Intermediate (IPC) Course by passing Intermediate level examination  of  The  Institute  of  Cost  Accountants  of  India/    The  Institute  of Company Secretaries of India shall have to undergo 7 months of study course instead of 8 months as prescribed under Regulations, so as to become eligible to appear in the May, 2013 Examination”.

Accordingly, students who register under Direct Entry Scheme to Chartered Accountancy Course upto 30th  September, 2012 shall be eligible to appear in the Intermediate (IPC) Examination to be held in May, 2013 as per the above decision of the Council, as a one-time dispensation.

8. Whether students who are registered for Common Proficiency Course (CPC) are also Graduates/ Post Graduates can register for Intermediate (Integrated Professional Competence) Course and commence practical training?

Yes, existing CPT students who have secured either 55% or 60% of the total marks or its equivalent grade in Graduation/ Post Graduation either in Commerce stream or in other streams can commence articled training on converting to Intermediate (IPC) Course by paying the following fees:

 Particulars Fee in(Rs.) Fee in(US$)
Conversion Fee 500 30
Registration fee for Both Groups 9000 550
Articled Registration Fee 2000 120
ATC  (Optional ) Fee 1000 60
Payable for undergoing the course:
Orientation Course fee 3000 180
IT Training  Fee 4000 250

9.  Whether  students  who  are  registered  for  Integrated  Professional  Competence Course (IPCC) and have not passed any of the Groups but fulfill the requirement of prescribed percentage of marks can commence practical training?

Yes. Graduates or Post Graduates with specified percentage of marks shall be eligible for admission to three years articled training, on completion of -

(a)     Information Technology Training; and

(b)     Orientation Course

However, the Council, in order to mitigate the hardships that might be faced by the students registering under Direct Entry Scheme to Chartered Accountancy Course upto 30th September, 2012, has relaxed the requirement of completion of ITT and Orientation Course upto 31st March, 2013, as a one-time dispensation.

Such students are required to pay the following fee for converting to Direct Entry Scheme of Chartered Accountancy Course:

Particulars Fee in(Rs.) Fee in(US$)
Conversion Fee 500 30
Registration fee for Both Groups OR 9000 550
Registration fee for 1st Group 8000 500
ATC  (Optional ) Fee 1000 60
Payable for joining the Articled training:
Articled Registration Fee 2000 120
Payable for undergoing the course:
Orientation Course fee 3000 180
IT Training  Course Fee 4000 250

10.  Whether  a  student  who  is  registered  for  Integrated  Professional  Competence Course (IPCC) and has passed Group II and fulfills the requirement of prescribed percentage of marks can commence practical training?

Yes. Existing students of IPCC who have passed Group II, can convert under direct entry scheme of chartered accountancy course and commence articled training on registration for Group I, if not registered earlier and complete -

(a)     Information Technology Training; and

(b)     Orientation Course

However, the Council, in order to mitigate the hardships that might be faced by the students registering under Direct Entry Scheme to Chartered Accountancy Course upto 30th  September, 2012 relaxed the requirement of completion of ITT and Orientation Course upto 31st March, 2013, as a one-time dispensation.

Students who have not registered for both groups earlier shall be required to register for Group I by paying the following fee:

Particulars Fee in(Rs.) Fee in(US$)
Conversion Fee 500 30
Registration fee for 1st   Group, if not paid earlier
1st Group 7000 430
Articled Registration Fee, if not paid earlier 2000 120
ATC  (Optional ) Fee 1000 60
Payable for undergoing the course:
Orientation Course fee 3000 180
IT Training  Course Fee 4000 250

11. Whether students of erstwhile Intermediate/ Professional Education (Course-II) who have not passed either of the groups can switch over to Intermediate (Integrated Professional Competence) Course and commence practical training?

Yes. Students who have registered earlier for Intermediate/ Professional Education (Course – II) and have not yet switched over to Integrated Professional Competence Course (IPCC) as per announcement dated 27th  July, 2010 can switch over either to Direct Entry Scheme of Chartered Accountancy Course if they fulfill prescribed percentage of marks or to the existing route of Intermediate (IPC) Course by paying the applicable fee:

Student, who opts for direct entry scheme shall be eligible to appear in the Intermediate  (IPC)  examination  on  completion  of  nine  months  of  articled  training (including study course for a period of eight months which shall commence from the date of registration to the Course). Such student shall be required to pay the following fee:

Particulars Fee in(Rs.) Fee in(US$)
Conversion Fee (including Study Material) 500 30
ATC  (Optional ) Fee 1000 60
Articled Registration Fee 2000 120
Payable for undergoing the IT Training, if not completed earlier:
IT Training  Course Fee 4000

250

However, the Council, in order to mitigate the hardships that might be faced by the students registering under Direct Entry Scheme to Chartered Accountancy Course upto 30th September, 2012 as a one-time dispensation, has relaxed the requirement of completing of 9 months articled training (including concurrent 8 months study course) or 8 months study course period to 7 months so as to appear such students in May, 2013 Intermediate (IPC) Examination.

If a student opts for the existing route of Intermediate (IPC) Course, he shall be eligible to appear in the next available attempt of Intermediate (IPC) Examination on conversion to the Intermediate (IPC) Course and shall be eligible to commence articled training on passing either Group I or Both Groups of Intermediate (IPC) Examination. As per the decision of the Council, these students are exempted from undergoing study course.

Particulars Fee in(Rs.) Fee in(US$)
Conversion Fee (including Study Material) 500 30
ATC  (Optional ) Fee 1000 60
Payable for undergoing the IT Training, if not completed earlier:
IT Training  Fee 4000 250

12. Whether a student is required to fill separate form for undergoing Orientation Course and Information Technology Training (ITT)?

Yes. Students, who wish to commence practical training, may register for undergoing Orientation Course and Information Technology Training by submitting the prescribed form(s) which can be obtained from the concerned Regional Office or its Branches or a copy of the form can be downloaded from www.icai.org as well.

The  Orientation  Course  is  organized  by  the  Regional  Councils,  Branches  and Chapters of ICAI which would charge a separate fee of Rs. 3,000/-.

The 100 hours Information Technology Training can be undergone through Regional Councils and Branches of the ICAI which would charge a separate fee of Rs. 4,000/-.

13. Whether a student can opt for Accounting Technician Course (ATC) alongwith registration for Intermediate (Integrated Professional Competence) Course?

Yes. It is advisable to opt for Accounting Technician Course (ATC) alongwith registration for Intermediate (Integrated Professional Competence) Course.

14. Whether a student, who has completed 7 months of articled training in PCC and converted to IPCC but not passed any of the groups, can appear in the November, 2012 Intermediate (IPC) Examination on switching over to Intermediate (IPC) Course?

The eligibility requirement to appear in the Intermediate (IPC) Examination under Direct Entry Scheme is completion of 9 months of practical training. If a student, on converting to Intermediate (IPC) Course and re-joining for the remaining period of articled training under direct entry scheme, completes prescribed period of 9 months articled training on or before the last day of the month (i.e. 31st  October, 2012) preceding the month  in  which  the  examination  is  to  be  held,  such  students  can  appear  in  the Intermediate (IPC) Examination to be held in November, 2012.

Such students shall have to serve balance period of practical training. It may be noted that total period of articled training for PCC student is three and half years.

Such students shall be required to pay the following fee for converting from PCC to Intermediate (IPC) Course:

Particulars Fee in(Rs.) Fee in(US$)
Conversion Fee (including Study Material) 500 30
ATC  (Optional ) Fee 1000 60
Payable for undergoing the IT Training, if not completed earlier:
IT Training  Course Fee 4000 250

15. Whether a student who has appeared in IPC Examination held in May, 2012 or earlier   can   convert   and   appear  in   the   November,   2012   Intermediate   (IPC) Examination?

No. such students, on conversion to direct entry scheme, shall be eligible to appear in the Intermediate (IPC) Examination only on completion of 9 months of practical training on or before the last day of the month preceding the month in which the examination is to be held.

The students registering under Direct Entry Scheme to Chartered Accountancy Course upto 30th September, 2012 as a one-time dispensation, has relaxed the requirement of completing of 9 months articled training (including concurrent 8 months study course) to  7  months  so  as  to  appear  such  students  in  May,  2013  Intermediate (IPC) Examination.

16. Whether exiting CPT student instead of paying Conversion fee Rs. 500/-, can register afresh for Intermediate (IPC) Course on fulfilling the prescribed percentage of marks?

No, existing CPT students are mandatorily required to pay Rs. 500/- as conversion fee alongwith other prescribed fees applicable for converting to direct entry scheme of chartered accountancy course. The Conversion fee is levied to maintain and shift the data from CPT to Intermediate (IPC) Course. If existing CPT student applies as a fresh candidate under the direct entry scheme, such candidate’s registration may lead to delay in registration to the course and on identification of such instances, conversion fee will be recovered in due course from such candidate.

17. Whether a student who has registered for the CPT course by paying Rs.6000/- for appearing in the December, 2012 examination, can get any concession/ adjustment in conversion fee payable for Intermediate (IPC) Course?

No. Students who wish to shift from existing CPT to Intermediate (IPC) Course on fulfilling the prescribed percentage of marks shall be required to pay the following fee and no concession/ adjustment shall be allowed:

Particulars Fee in(Rs.) Fee in(US$)
Conversion Fee 500 30
Registration fee for Both Groups 9000 550
Articled Registration Fee 2000 120
ATC  (Optional ) Fee 1000 60
Payable for undergoing the course:
Orientation Course fee 3000 180
IT Training  Course Fee 4000 250

18. Can existing IPCC students who have applied for Intermediate (IPC) Examination to be held in November, 2012 convert to Intermediate (IPC) Course and commence articled training and also appear in the November, 2012 examination?

No. Students, who have applied for Intermediate (IPC) Examination to be held in November,  2012  can  opt  either  to  appear  in  the November,  2012  examination  or commence articled training on converting to Intermediate (IPC) Course.

Students, who opt for joining articled training, shall be eligible to appear in theIntermediate (IPC) Examination only on completion of 9 months of practical training.

Further, the Council, in order to mitigate the hardships that might be faced by the students registering under Direct Entry Scheme to Chartered Accountancy Course upto 30th  September, 2012, as a one-time dispensation, has relaxed the requirement of completing of 9 months articled training (including concurrent 8 months study Examination.

19.  In  case  student  undergoes  Information  Technology  Training  (ITT)  during  the articled training period whether the same is treated as period actually served under articled training or is treated as leave period?

Student who undergo Information Technology Training (ITT) with the consent of the Principal during the articled training period is treated as period actually served under articled training as per Regulation 59(7) of the Chartered Accountants Regulations, 1988.

20. In case student undergoes Orientation Course during the articled training period whether the same is treated as period actually served under articled training or is treated as leave period?

Students who undergoes Orientation Course during the articled training period is treated as leave period.

21. What is the fee structure for fresh students to be registered for Intermediate (IPC) Course?

Students who fulfill the requirement of securing prescribed percentage of marks or students who have passed Intermediate level examination of the Institute of Cost Accountants of India or the Institute of Company Secretaries of India shall be required to pay the fee as given in Annexure ‘A’ for registering to the Intermediate (IPC) Course:

Download the fee Structure (Annexure A) : Registration Fee

22. Whether students who have valid exemption obtained in Professional Competence Examination can carry forward and avail in the Intermediate (IPC) Examination?

Yes. Student who has valid/ unexpired exemption obtained in the Professional Competence Examination shall be carried forward to Intermediate (IPC) Examination for the remaining unexpired chances of exemption. Paper-wise comparison of PCC and Intermediate (IPC) Course is given below for availing exemption for the un-expired chance(s) on the basis of having secured a minimum of 60 percent marks.

PAPER-WISE EXEMPTION TO THE CANDIDATES APPEARING IN INTERMEDIATE (INTEGRATED PROFESSIONALCOMPETENCE) EXAMINATION FOR THE UN-EXPIRED CHANCE (S) ON THE BASIS OF HAVING SECURED A MINIMUM OF 60 PERCENT MARKS IN A PAPER IN THE EARLIER EXAMINATIONS

Papers of the Professional Competence Examination under Regulation28C (3) of the Chartered Accountants Regulations, 1988 Paper-wise exemption in Intermediate (Integrated Professional Competence) Examination under Regulation 28D ofthe Chartered Accountants Regulations, 1988
Group IPaper 1 : Advanced Accounting Group I  Paper 1 : Accounting and
Group II Paper 5 : Advanced Accounting
Paper 2 : Auditing and Assurance Group II Paper 6 : Auditing and Assurance
Paper 3 : Law, Ethics and Communication Group I  Paper 2 : Business Laws, Ethics and Communication
Group IIPaper 4 : Cost Accounting and Financial Management Group I  Paper 3 : Cost Accounting and Financial Management
Paper 5 : Taxation Group I  Paper 4 : Taxation
Paper 6 : Information Technology and Strategic Management Group II Paper 7 : Information Technology and Strategic Management

23. Whether students who have passed one of the Groups in Intermediate/PE-II/ PCC Examination are exempted from appearing in the same Group in Intermediate (IPC) Course?

No. Students who have passed one of the groups in Intermediate/ Professional Education (Examination – II)/ Professional Competence Examination will get paper wise exemption (NOT Group wise Exemption) in Intermediate (Integrated Professional Competence) Examination  and have to appear and pass remaining papers in Intermediate (IPC) Examination under ‘Unit Scheme’ as given under -

UNIT SCHEME UNDER Intermediate (IPC) Examination
I
ntermediate (IPC) Course

DETAILS OF PAPERS IN WHICH CANDIDATES ARE RE QUIRED TO APPEAR AND PASS IN ONE SITTING AS A UNIT CANDIDATE IN IPCE

STUDENTS WHO HAVE PASSED GROUP-I
(IN INTERMEDIATE EXAMIANTION UNDER PARAGRAPH 2A OF SCHEDULE ‘B’ OR PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION (EXAMINATION– II OR PROFESSIONAL COMPETENCE EXAMINATION )
Student to pass Group I of Intermediate (IPC) Course has to appear Student to pass Group II of Intermediate (IPC) Course has to appear Student to pass Both Groups of Intermediate (IPC) Course has to appear
UNIT – 4
G
roup I Paper 3 : Cost Accounting and Financial Management
Group I Paper 4 : Taxation
UNIT – 6
Group II Paper 7 : Information Technology and Strategic Management
UNIT – 8
G
roup I Paper 3 : Cost Accounting and Financial Management
Group I Paper 4 : Taxation
Group II Paper 7 : Information Technology and Strategic Management
 STUDENTS WHO HAVE PASSED GROUP-II
(IN INTERMEDIATE EXAMIANTION UNDER PARAGRAPH 2A OF SCHEDULE ‘B’ OR PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION (EXAMINATION– II OR PROFESSIONAL COMPETENCE EXAMINATION)
Student to pass Group II of Intermediate (IPC) Course has to appear Student to pass Group I of Intermediate (IPC) Course has to appear Student to pass Both Groups of Intermediate (IPC) Course has to appear
 UNIT – 5
Group II Paper 5 : Advanced Accounting
Group II Paper 6 : Auditing andAssurance
 UNIT – 7
Group I Paper 1 : Accounting
Group I Paper 2 : Business Laws, Ethics and Communication
UNIT – 9
Group I Paper 1 : Accounting
Group I Paper 2 : Business Laws, Ethics and Communication
Group II Paper 5 : Advanced Accounting
Group II Paper 6 : Auditing and Assurance

 

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  1. #1 by Raj on August 1, 2013 - 9:36 AM

    What is the Last date to conversion from ipcc to articleship to get ipcc may 2014 attempt

  2. #2 by ankit kansara on July 31, 2013 - 12:50 PM

    well i have clear my cpt n now completed my graduation with 55+ bt i have appear in ipcc may 2013 n waiting for result today n if i wont clear then can i register on bcom basis in may 2014

  3. #3 by Balasubramanian on June 18, 2013 - 10:41 AM

    I have cleared my CPT on October 2010(BBA Graduation with 52%) and I have not yet cleared ipcc group I. can i have chance to convert to direct entry scheme?

  4. #5 by kalpesh on May 22, 2013 - 10:46 PM

    SIR,I AM PEARSUING SY BCOM. I WANT ENTER IN IPCC SO, GIVE ME INFORMATION ABOUT THE DOCUMENTS ARE ATTACHET WITH REGISTRATION.

  5. #6 by Amit kumar roy on May 12, 2013 - 8:46 PM

    Sir can i give ibps po exam after passing ipcc-both groups??

  6. #7 by Rammohan on April 11, 2013 - 11:22 PM

    Sir, I passed cpt with 56.5% .but b.com is less then 55%. Can i comes direct entry schem as will as 3years training

  7. #8 by rani babanrao shinde on March 21, 2013 - 11:41 AM

    dear sir,
    i am gratuate student and i got 60%. i am repeater student can i directly apply for ipcc? plz give me suggestion on my email id .

  8. #9 by rani babanrao shinde on March 20, 2013 - 11:17 PM

    sir,
    i have pass b.com with 60% but i am repeater can apply for ipcc directly without cpt.sir give suggestion on this hurrly.

  9. #10 by mayur on March 17, 2013 - 8:32 AM

    Dear Sir, I am direct entry student in CA IPCC, my exam is in May 2013,as per rules and regulations I have to do ITT and Orientation before 31st March 2013,I have done with ITT but I want to register for Orientation before 31 march 2013 problem is, there is no any batch for online registration in mumbai, can i do offline(manual) registration if seats are available.Please guide me asap.
    Thanking in your anticipation.

  10. #11 by Shravya on March 4, 2013 - 8:39 PM

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    Sir please solve my problem
    Sir what is the procedure for registering for ca final for direct entry students to Ipcc converted on or before 30 th September 2012 I.e …, when should apply for ca final registration please tell me the solution and I am attempting Ipcc on may 2013

  11. #12 by Shravya on March 4, 2013 - 8:30 PM

    Sir please solve my problem
    Sir what is the procedure for registering for ca final for direct entry students to Ipcc converted on or before 30 th September 2012 I.e …, when should apply for ca final registration please tell me the solution and I am attempting Ipcc on may 2013

  12. #13 by surya on February 27, 2013 - 3:36 PM

    sir,
    THIS IS SURYA i’m converted from ipcc to direct entry scheme . on 21-sep-2012. i have already done ITT& ORIENTATION EARLIER IN 2010. IS THERE ANY NECESSARY TO DO ITT AND ORIENTATION AGAIN. PLEASE GIVE SOLUTION. AND I’M NOT RECEIVED ANY LETTER FROM INSTITUTE REGARDING ARTICLES REGISTRATION. MY STATUS WAS NOT APPEARED IN STATUS LIST. PLEASE GIVE SOLUTIONS.
    THANKING YOU SIR,.

  13. #14 by Komal Suryan on February 4, 2013 - 1:15 PM

    my addmission is cancelled before 3 months, bcos of 50-50 marks papers in my bcom(58%,c.c.s university meerut),plz tell me when will be my fee refund???plz help me anybody….

    • #15 by kuldeep singh on February 7, 2013 - 3:19 PM

      bhai i have same probloum.55% but 50 markspaper however this decision is pending for approval so wait we will definatly take registration.

  14. #16 by mansi mishra on January 29, 2013 - 9:28 PM

    Sir I am pursuing my last year of graduation so what documents should I attached to get conform that i will complete my graduation within specified period

  15. #17 by sr on January 22, 2013 - 12:37 PM

    I have passed CPT and doing graduation i can get 55% easily in graduation so on which basis can i apply for registration for ipcc which are suitable for me? i don’t wqnt to do my articleship with 9 months of study course.

  16. #18 by NITHYA on October 22, 2012 - 11:36 PM

    dear sir’
    i encountered problem while filling articleship registration form .at first time i didn,t get the sign of ca in form 112 and i filled the form once again 112 only and attached the previous form 103 , the one i had it with me, but i didn,t submitted the id card this time with it. will it create a problem for me? please reply earlier

  17. #19 by sandeep jadhav on October 10, 2012 - 3:25 PM

    if any student passed ipcc ii group & not passed in 1st group can he start articalship ????

  18. #20 by jaykumar on October 10, 2012 - 12:49 PM

    This is very strong opportunity for CA students.

  19. #21 by kanupriya on September 22, 2012 - 7:26 PM

    plzz clear my problem alsoo that which firm will take us for 9 months articleship before clearing ipcc or on what basis they will take us??

  20. #22 by Vishnu on September 8, 2012 - 12:24 PM

    What is the effect
    If a student applied for IPCC November exam and absent for all subjects
    And writes IPCC exam on may2013
    Will may attempt is considered as first attempt or second attempt???

    • #23 by Dushyant Kumar (Maddy) on September 9, 2012 - 12:14 AM

      whether you attend or not for your xam, if you are register for exam.. it shall be counted.

      • #24 by Karthick on October 16, 2013 - 9:11 PM

        I registered for both groups..What is the effect if i absent for group2..and attend all subjects in group1?

      • #25 by Karthick on October 16, 2013 - 9:14 PM

        and sir if i passed in group 1 and absent for group2..does it affect my results?

  21. #26 by DINESH BABU on August 29, 2012 - 7:03 PM

    Dear sir,

    I have not cleared cpt. but, i have done mba (finance) with 54.8%. may i know i’m eligible for direct entry in ipcc scheme. kindly clear my doubts as earliest.

    thank u………….

    regards, DINESH

  22. #27 by Raja Sain on August 25, 2012 - 9:21 PM

    DEAR SIR,

    THANK LO OF FOR GIVING THIS INFORMATION

    I WANT TO KNOW , WHEATHER ARTICLE SHIP CAN BE START BEFORE PASSING IPCC

    BST RGDS RITIKA (RAJA) SAIN 09320974129

    ________________________________

  23. #28 by Divyesh on August 25, 2012 - 5:03 PM

    Dear Sir,

    I have cleared my CPT on October 2010 (B.Com Graduation with 60+ percentage) and I am now existing Student of IPCC registered during November 2010, not appeared for any IPCC Exam. My Queries as below is on the new scheme ‘Direct Entry to CA Course’ IPCC Examination & Articleship. ( I have also not registered for Articleship yet )

    Queries :- (Attached FAQs 9th Qn related to me)

    1. Direct Entry Scheme says that we should register before 30th Sept 2012 to be appear in May’13 IPCC Exam so as to have 7 or 8 or 9 months gap for Practical training/ITT & Orientation Course Training.
    But is this scheme would be available after 30th Sept 2012 ? or Can I Convert to IPCC ‘Direct Entry to CA Course’ after Nov’12 (Conversion to new scheme say on end of Nov’12) ? If yes, then when can I be eligible to write my next IPCC Exam – Is it May’13 or Nov’13 ? Coz I have already registered to IPCC on Nov’2010 and hope no need to complete again the Practical training and unnecessary wait for Nov’13 IPCC Exam.

    2. As per my understanding, ITT Training and Orientation Course to be completed before joining Articleship, Right ? or not necessarily before Articleship as the requirement of completion of ITT and Orientation Course upto 31.03.2013 has been relaxed as a one-time dispensation.

    Kindly help to clear my doubts at the earliest. Thanks.

    Divyesh

  24. #29 by Divyesh on August 25, 2012 - 4:52 PM

    Dear Sir/Madam,

    I have cleared my CPT on October 2010 (B.Com Graduation with 60+ percentage) and I am now existing Student of IPCC registered during November 2010, not appeared for any IPCC Exam. My Queries as below is on the new scheme ‘Direct Entry to CA Course’ IPCC Examination & Articleship. ( I have also not registered for Articleship yet )

    Queries :- (Above FAQs 9th Q & A related to me)

    1. Direct Entry Scheme says that we should register before 30th Sept 2012 to be appear in May’13 IPCC Exam so as to have 7 or 8 or 9 months gap for Practical training/ITT & Orientation Course Training.
    But is this scheme would be available after 30th Sept 2012 ? or Can I Convert to IPCC ‘Direct Entry to CA Course’ after Nov’12 (Conversion to new scheme say on end of Nov’12) ? If yes, then when can I be eligible to write my next IPCC Exam – Is it May’13 or Nov’13 ? Coz I have already registered to IPCC on Nov’2010 and hope no need to complete again the Practical training and unnecessary wait for Nov’13 IPCC Exam.

    2. As per my understanding, ITT Training and Orientation Course to be completed before joining Articleship, Right ? or no need as the requirement of completion of ITT and Orientation Course upto 31.03.2012 has been relaxed as a one-time dispensation.

    Kindly help to clear my doubts at the earliest. Thanks.

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