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Posted On 15 November 2010 at 14:01 Report Abuse

HOW MANY ATTEMPTS ARE AVAILABE FOR

PCC STUDENT AND  IPCC STUDENT IN  ONE  REGISTRATION......???

PLEASE REPLY CORRECTLY ITS VERY IMPORTANT


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MANIKANTA EOQ
CA-FINAL&CMA-FINAL

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Posted On 15 November 2010 at 14:56

5 attempts ................................





Ankur Garg
Company Secretary and Compliance Officer

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Posted On 15 November 2010 at 15:55

LIMIT ON PCC ATTEMPTS

 

Hi,

No restriction as such.

A. The maximum no. of attempts one can give with one registration no. is "FIVE"

B. Moreover, to extend the attempts, one has to pay the re-registration fees or has an option to re-register itself with new new registration no. altogether.

Regards




Amit Kothari
Article Assistant/ PCC Student

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Posted On 15 November 2010 at 19:39

Originally posted by : Ankur Garg


Hi,

No restriction as such.



A. The maximum no. of attempts one can give with one registration no. is "FIVE"

B. Moreover, to extend the attempts, one has to pay the re-registration fees or has an option to re-register itself with new new registration no. altogether.

Regards

do you mean ? write CPT again or just re register? my mates are giving their fifth attempt this time, one has passed only 1st group and other is giving both this time for 5th time, so can he continue with just registering? and what about his 1st grp passout?




Nisha Ramnath
CA Final and CS Executive student

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Posted On 15 November 2010 at 19:48

No restrictions on no. of attempts as long as one continues to appear for exams.. Overall.. the registration is valid for 5 years.. The 5 attempts rule was for pe-ii. Re-registration is required if u don't appear in the exams after 5 yrs from registration date. Don't worry abt any restrictions. Focus on clearing the exams asap..



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Article Assistant

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Posted On 18 November 2010 at 19:37

 

5 attempts ................................





Abishek
Student

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Posted On 19 November 2010 at 17:00

i dont think 5 attempt Rule is valid for pcc 




nilambra
articled assisstant

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Posted On 21 December 2010 at 19:34

The registration for PCC/PE-II Course will be valid for a period of 5 years from the date of initial registration. Further the registration will continue to be valid as long as the student continues to appear in either or both groups of the PCC exam irrespective of the period involved which may be beyond five years. After expiry of the period of 5 years from the date the student initially registered himself/herself for PCC/PE-II course his registration will lapse except where such student has appeared in at least one of the last two examinations conducted just before the end of five years. The registration of such student shall however lapse in case he subsequently does not appear in two consecutive examinations.
 
A student whose registration gets lapsed will be eligible for re registration. Such students will be required to re-register himself/herself by paying a nominal revalidation fee of Rs.500/-. Such re-registration will again be valid for a period of 5 years or for the period so long the student continues to appear in the examination regularly whichever is later. After the expiry of 5 years from the date of re-registration the registration will again lapse. . The re- registration shall not lapse if such student has appeared in at least one of the last two examinations conducted just before the end of five years. The registration of such student shall however lapse in case he subsequently does not appear in two consecutive examinations.
 
Such student will again be eligible to revalidate his/her registration by re-registering himself/herself and paying the aforesaid revalidation fee of Rs.500/-.
 
There is no time limit for revalidation. The scheme of education in force at the time of revalidation shall be applicable to such students. Exemption(s) for group passed earlier or valid paper-wise exemption(s) would be governed by applicable Regulations at the relevant time. This process of re-registration / revalidation shall continue in the same manner till further amendments. Revalidation can be done at any time before the due date of filling of examination forms.
 
It may be further clarified that the above scheme shall be subject to the following in respect of PE-II students who have already registered themselves for PE-II are eligible for five attempts and the last such attempt of PE-II exam will be May 2008. But if the student who does not qualify the exam till the scheme of appearing in PE-II is open as above, student may register afresh for PCC by paying the full registration fee of PCC cum Articleship cum ITT at rate applicable at the time of migration to PCC.
 
Those students who have exhausted all the attempts will have to register afresh by paying full registration fees for PCC cum Articleship cum ITT, i.e., Rs.7,500/- applicable at present. But if the student has already been registered for articleship and / or ITT (earlier CCT), the student would not be required to register afresh for the same.
 
In case a student of PE-II has not exhausted all the attempts, student would be permitted to convert into PCC by paying the applicable fee.


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UJJWAL JAIN
ARTICLE

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Posted On 08 February 2011 at 16:19

I have given 5 attempt of PCC including November 2010 Examination and i have Cleared 2nd group & Take Exemption in Accounting. Is re-registration reqiured for me..? if yes, then please tell me the procedure..??

AND

Will Re-registration done in IPCC..?




Rohtash
CA - Final / CS / B.Com

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Posted On 08 February 2011 at 16:23

 

Hi,

No restriction as such.

A. The maximum no. of attempts one can give with one registration no. is "FIVE"

B. Moreover, to extend the attempts, one has to pay the re-registration fees or has an option to re-register itself with new new registration no. altogether.



Regards,

Rohtash Hurria.



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