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ICAI allows provisional registration in Foundation Course due to COVID-19 Outbreak

Posted on 06 April 2020

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Announcement 5th April 2020

Sub: Allowing provisional registration in the Foundation Course of Institute of Chartered Accountants of India (ICAI) for students who have been allotted either admit card and/or appeared in one or more papers of Class XII examinations

Due to the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic, the CBSE/ICSE/State Boards have postponed Class 12th Board examinations that were to be held from 19th March 2020 and onwards.

In view of above, such candidates who are not able to register themselves in the Foundation due to non-appearance in all papers of class 12th Examination, the Competent Authority has decided to relax the eligibility criteria for registering in Foundation Course, as a one-time measure, which is as under:-

  • Candidate may provisionally register in the Foundation Course on or before 30th June 2020 if he has been either allotted the admit card and/or appeared in one or more papers in the months of February/March 2020 in the Senior Secondary (10+2) Examination conducted by an examining body constituted by law in India or an examination recognised by the Central Government or the State Government as equivalent thereto for the purpose of admission to graduation course and;
     
  • appear in November 2020 Foundation examination after passing the Senior Secondary (10+2) examination conducted by an examining body as mentioned above.

Candidates desiring to register in Foundation Course, may visit ICAI website i.e. https://www.icai.org and register online https://eservices.icai.org/

Director
Board of Studies, ICAI

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