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kajal agarwal (student)     04 April 2019

How many exemptions can be claimed in 1 group?

Lets consider a hypothetical situation, Mr A. is only appearing for 1st group of CA Final ( New course) in May 2019. Mr A gets the following marks :

FR - 38

SFM - 70

LAW - 63

AUDIT - 61.

Basically he scores exemption in 3 subjects, but fails the group due to 1 subject. How many exemptions can Mr A claim when he reappears in NOV 2019 exam for group1 ?

 

Kindly Help.



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Manish G Nair

Manish G Nair (Articled Assistant)     04 April 2019

you can claim exemption for all the three papers as long as they are in the same attempt.

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kajal agarwal

kajal agarwal (student)     04 April 2019

That means in November Mr. A will have to appear only for 1 subject in group 1??
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Manish G Nair

Manish G Nair (Articled Assistant)     04 April 2019

Yes. Mr. A need to appear for 1 paper only.

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Kamlesh Choudhary

Kamlesh Choudhary (india)     06 April 2019

Yeah....Need to appear only 1 paper.Otherwise withdraw your all Exemptions and Give all Papers..LOL
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Khushboo

Khushboo (article assistant)     06 April 2019

all the 3 exemptions can be claimed
tejeswari

tejeswari (Student CA Final )     20 April 2019

If A secure exemptions in FR&SFM in first group & in ISCA in second group.. How many exemptions can be claimed?
Kamlesh Choudhary

Kamlesh Choudhary (india)     20 April 2019

In All 3....Fr SFM and Isca
sakshi jain

sakshi jain   07 June 2021

If I got exemption in fr, sfm and law.. But could not clear law.. Can I claim exemption in all the 3 subjects? 


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