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Eligibility for ca final examination??????????????


Dear friends,

Is it true that, to give final examination you have to complete only 2 year of articleship, not 2.5 year(earlier).

Please refer notification No. or link to that.

 

Thanx in advance.

 

 
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Chartered Accountant


yes it is true..i did the same..i appered for exams after completing 2 years of articleship..btw what is ur total years of articleship--i mean 3 or 3.5 years?

 
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Dear All,

For IPCC Students, Eligibility criteria for appearing in CA-final exam is completing 2.5 years of Articleship first.

 

This is 100% true as i have clarified it through e-sahayata of ICAI..
Regards,
RAJESH CHOUDHARY
 

 
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Chartered Accountant


my articleship period was 3 years and i was pe2 candidate..may be fo pcc and ipcc the rules are different..

 
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YA Pooja it is different for PCC and Ipcc Student.

And I think Manish is a Ipcc student.

Regards,

RAJESH CHOUDHARY

 
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Chartered Accountant


in ipcc what is the period of articleship?

 
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In Ipcc period of articleship is 3 years.

 

 
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Chartered Accountant


then he can sit for exams after completing 2 years o farticleship..mine was also 3 years

 
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No he cannot he has to complete 2.5 year or his article first and not 2 year.

 

 
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Chartered Accountant


3.1 Eligibility 1. The candidate must have passed the Intermediate/ PE-II Examination. 2. The candidate must have obtained Final Course registration number from Board of Studies Section of the concerned decentralized office of the Institute after passing the Intermediate/ PE-II Examination. 3. The candidate must have completed the practical training as is required for admission as a member or is serving the last twelve months of practical training on the first day of the month in which the examination is scheduled to be held: and NOTE: The candidate is advised in his own interest to satisfy himself/herself that he/she is re-registered immediately for training for the excess leave period if any, as on the date of filling up the examination form and before the commencement of examination (as applicable). In other words a candidate must have either completed the training or must be in service as on the first day of the month in which the examination is to be held and the balance period of training must not be more than twelve months including excess leave, if any. this is an extract from icai website

 
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