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Ganesh.S.Kumar (Consulting Executive)     17 September 2011

Why passing CA is difficult

Question: How many balls are there in an over? 

Ans: 6.

 If this were a CA Question , the answer would be wrong.

 The examiner's comment:- Most of the students answered the question. However, students lacks conceptual & in-depth knowledge of the subject. The correct answer is 1 ball which is delivered 6 times if the umpire does not declare any No-ball or Wide in any of the 6 deliveries. In case the umpire declares a No-ball or a Wide as defined in the bye-laws Section 2 Rule 3(2a) of the International Cricket Control Board, then there will be an additional ball delivered for every ball declared as No-ball or Wide as mentioned above. Note that such additional ball will not be counted towards the number of balls..

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Chiradeep.R.H (Chirahi & Associates - Consultants)     17 September 2011

Very true....

And We CAs' require indepth knowledge and all opinions given by us are should be like above.

So ICAI demand for the same in exams too.

So I always sing when evr I flunk ,

''Give Some Sunshine , Give Some rain and Give me another chance to grow up once again''


Ganesh.S.Kumar (Consulting Executive)     17 September 2011

in depth knowledge is required but not like the oes they mention in suggested answers

Joey Tribbiani

Joey Tribbiani (fdg)     17 September 2011

Very logical and indepth analytical answer dude... lol..


gud one..............


GAUTAM DEY (Be Patient, Live Life)     17 September 2011

Originally posted by : Anamikaa Shuklaa

gud one..............
Ankit Hinduja

Ankit Hinduja (Student)     17 September 2011

Well said!! Keep sharing...

GAUTAM DEY (Be Patient, Live Life)     19 September 2011

Originally posted by : Ankit Hinduja
Well said!! Keep sharing...
Devadas K S

Devadas K S (One life one Dream)     19 September 2011


gud one..............



Ateeq (CA - Final)     19 September 2011

Nice one!!!!!!


Ganesh.S.Kumar (Consulting Executive)     20 September 2011

thanks for appreciating :)

manish agarwal

manish agarwal (IPCC,PMIR,Bcom[h])     22 September 2011

rofl hahahahaha MAST <3 


CA.kaya (Chartered accountant)     22 September 2011

hahahahha good one...


ashish (ca)     31 October 2012

very well is ecxactly the same...



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