sudhakar ca cwa (service) 29 June 2011
It is only a proposal
Entry Requirement for CA Course:
Our members must be aware that, pursuant to a Council decision, a group under the convenership of my Central Council colleague CA. Abhijit Bandyopadhyay was constituted to review entry requirements for Chartered Accountancy course. I am happy to inform you that the Group placed its recommendations at the Council meeting recently for its consideration. The ICAI Council has decided that Commerce and non- Commerce graduates with 55 and 60 per cent marks respectively in aggregate should be exempted from Common Proficiency Test (CPT) and such students would be allowed direct entry to articleship training. It was also decided that candidates who have passed the intermediate level examination of ICWAI/ICSI are exempted from CPT and they will be allowed to join articleship training only after passing first group (Group I) of IPCC examination. Students who wish to pursue Accounting Technician Course of the Institute would also be exempted to appear in the CPT. The matter has been placed before the government for consideration and issuance of necessary notification in this regard.
Source : ICAI Web site- President Msg
Aditi Kaur (Practising CA) 1 September 2020
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Mohit Bhownani (Student) 01 July 2011
|Originally posted by : pratik|
cpt exam exempted for graduate student ? becoz i am see in icai website in icai news i am interested to doing ca and i am graduate \\\\\\\\\\( B.com ) pass student ( 70 % )
If you are bcom graduate above 55%, then you are directly eligible for CA IPCC, no need of CPT then, As your percentage is 70, then you are eligle for IPCC, Now wait for the final Proposal, the final proposal is accepted in next 2 months
RANJITH KRISHNAN (STUDENT AND ACCOUNTS OFFICER) 06 July 2011
Does anyone can clarify what is the difference betwen Accouting Technician Course and IPCC ? Please clarify friends,Thanks in advance
Mohit Bhownani (Student) 14 July 2011
|Originally posted by : P.Shanthi|
even i too have the same doubt tat wat s the difference between IPCC nd ATC........... AND IS IT CPT REALLY EXEMPTED FOR PURSUING ATC STUDENTS......... PLS HELP US.......
ya, Cpt is also exempted for ATC, check the Icai website it is clearly written there.
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