i was a pe2 student with 1st group cleared. i had made conversion from pe2 to ipcc for appearing in may10 exam.
status of my result :-
SWETA KUMARI TULSYAN
Business Laws,Ethics and Communication
Cost accounting and Financial Management
Audit and Assurance
Information Technology and Strategic Management
unfortunately i could not attempt paper 7. would i still get exemption in both the papers?? one of my friend told me that the exemption is invalid because i was absent in exam for paper 7.
please correct me if i am wrong.
obviously u will get exemption in both the papers.. bein absent in any exam will not debar u from getting exemption in a paper where u have scored 60 plus..
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I had put the same query in e-sahayata and they told me that "for securing exemption in a paper of a group/unit you have to be present in all papers of that Group/Unit".
please suggest me.
Is it..?? surprised.. i have never heard like tat ya.. Hmmm probably u should confirm it up once again by personally visitin ur Branch..
Yes. Exemption eligibility is only if present for all papers of the concerned group
paper 3 and paper 4 come under group 1 of ipcc while paper 7 come under group 2. as i appeared in all the papers of group 1 of ipcc so..would i get exemptions?
My result is showing "F-EX". What does this mean?
I am still confused taking the status of my result...i have called each and every ca institute and even BOS but they are also not able to solve this query. please help.
F-EX means fail with exepmtion
In this case F refers to failure as u were absent for Information tech.
Exemption u definitely have for cost as it is first group
As far as ur tax exemption is concerned i m not so sure
EX- MEANS YOU GOT EXEMPTION IN THE SUBJECT.
IF YOU DON'T APPEAR IN ALL PAPERS, THEN EXEMPTION SHALL NOT BE ALLOWED
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