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    david samuel
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    Can you tell me whether central govt agreed for ICAI's rule of graduates skipping CPT?

    Hello
    Sir, can u tell me whether central govt has agreed for ICAI's rule of graduates skipping cpt?





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    shermin
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    Re: Can you tell me whether central govt agreed for ICAI's rule of graduates skipping CPT?

    The Central council has announced the allowance of graduates to IPCC directly without giving the CPT exam.
    The eligibility is as follows:
    -Commerce graduates: 55%
    -Non commerce graduates: 60%




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    Re: Can you tell me whether central govt agreed for ICAI's rule of graduates skipping CPT?

    i am a bcom graduate.. should i register for ipcc directly? or should pass cpt and then register for ipcc?

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    stunning angel
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    Re: Can you tell me whether central govt agreed for ICAI's rule of graduates skipping CPT?

    The Central govt. agreed for ICAI's rule of graduates skipping CPT has announced the allowance of graduates to IPCC directly without giving the CPT exam.
    The eligibility is as follows:
    -Commerce graduates: 55%
    -other :- 60%

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    Unregistered

    Re: Can you tell me whether central govt agreed for ICAI's rule of graduates skipping CPT?

    what is ment by provisional registeration?

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    sunny12
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    Re: Can you tell me whether central govt agreed for ICAI's rule of graduates skipping CPT?

    The Central council has announced
    the allowance of graduates to IPCC
    directly without giving the CPT
    exam.
    The eligibility is as follows:
    -Commerce graduates: 55%
    -Non commerce graduates: 60%

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    Unregistered

    Re: Can you tell me whether central govt agreed for ICAI's rule of graduates skipping CPT?

    if the central councle are approved the icai's rule but their is no registration form in any icai's website

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    pradeepdeshwal3626
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    Re: Can you tell me whether central govt agreed for ICAI's rule of graduates skipping CPT?

    FRIEND,



    Yes there is a rule by the Central government that those who are graduates and wanted to pursue the course of CHARTERED ACCOUNTANT through ICAI can skip the CPT test which is conducted for the entrance into the course.

    The CPT test called Common Proficiency Test is conducted for those students who are 10+2 passed or appearing.

    For the registration of the exam you can do it in the 10th class so pass at the 10th Standard Examination or any other examination as recognized by the central government are eligible to register for the CPT Exam.

    You have to provide Marks sheet of 10th standard Examination or any other examination as recognized by the central government as a proof of minimum educational qualification.

    The exam is conducted two times one in JUNE and second in December.

    The cost of Application or Prospectus for Registering for the CPT Course:
    • By Hand Rs. 100
    • By Post Rs. 125

    THE FEE FOR THE COPURSE:

    Postal Coaching : Rs. 1,500/-
    Oral Coaching : The Oral coaching fee is decided by the coaching center and may vary from coaching center to coaching center.

    Pattern of Tests and Subjects

    SESSION I (Two sections, two hours, 100 marks)
    Section A: Fundamentals of Accounting (60 marks)
    Section B: Mercantile Laws (40 marks)

    SESSION II (Two sections, two hours, 100 marks)
    Section C: General Economics (50 marks)
    Section D: Quantitative Aptitude (50 marks)

    THE ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA IS:

    1)You must have passed 10+2 class from any recognized Board.

    2)If you have passed B.Com, M.Com, LLB, ICWA, CS or MBA at the first attempt, then also you are eligible to apply.

    3)If you are in the final year of the qualifying examination, then also you are eligible to apply.

    4)If you have have registered for CPT Course with Board of Studies of ICAI on or before October 1,2012 then you are eligible to appear in the entrance test.

    For more details visit the website http://www.icai.org


    CONTACT ADDRESS:

    Additional Secretary (Exams)
    The Institute of Chartered Accountants of India
    ICAI Bhawan, Indraprastha Marg,
    New Delhi - 110 002.

    GOOD LUCK.

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    madhuri.
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    Re: Can you tell me whether central govt agreed for ICAI's rule of graduates skipping CPT?

    Yes there is a rule by the Central government that those who are graduates and wanted to pursue the course of CHARTERED ACCOUNTANT through ICAI can skip the CPT test which is conducted for the entrance into the course.

    The CPT test called Common Proficiency Test is conducted for those students who are 10+2 passed or appearing.

    For the registration of the exam you can do it in the 10th class so pass at the 10th Standard Examination or any other examination as recognized by the central government are eligible to register for the CPT Exam.

    You have to provide Marks sheet of 10th standard Examination or any other examination as recognized by the central government as a proof of minimum educational qualification.

    The exam is conducted two times one in JUNE and second in December.

    The cost of Application or Prospectus for Registering for the CPT Course:
    By Hand Rs. 100
    By Post Rs. 125

    THE FEE FOR THE COPURSE:

    Postal Coaching : Rs. 1,500/-
    Oral Coaching : The Oral coaching fee is decided by the coaching center and may vary from coaching center to coaching center.

    Pattern of Tests and Subjects

    SESSION I (Two sections, two hours, 100 marks)
    Section A: Fundamentals of Accounting (60 marks)
    Section B: Mercantile Laws (40 marks)

    SESSION II (Two sections, two hours, 100 marks)
    Section C: General Economics (50 marks)
    Section D: Quantitative Aptitude (50 marks)

    THE ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA IS:

    1)You must have passed 10+2 class from any recognized Board.

    2)If you have passed B.Com, M.Com, LLB, ICWA, CS or MBA at the first attempt, then also you are eligible to apply.

    3)If you are in the final year of the qualifying examination, then also you are eligible to apply.

    4)If you have have registered for CPT Course with Board of Studies of ICAI on or before October 1,2012 then you are eligible to appear in the entrance test.

    For more details visit the website http://www.icai.org


    CONTACT ADDRESS:

    Additional Secretary (Exams)
    The Institute of Chartered Accountants of India
    ICAI Bhawan, Indraprastha Marg,
    New Delhi - 110 002.

    GOOD LUCK.

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    pratimakumari
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    Re: Can you tell me whether central govt agreed for ICAI's rule of graduates skipping CPT?

    The Central Council has approved the new announcement of allowing a Graduate student (B.com, B.Sc., BBA,etc) to directly join the IPCC course without writing the CPT Exam.
    The council announced that the eligibility criteria for the graduates to write IPCC directly is as under:

    If you are a commerce graduate then you should have secured 55%

    For Non commerce hgraduates you should have secured 60%.

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    Re: Can you tell me whether central govt agreed for ICAI's rule of graduates skipping CPT?

    did the govt pass the rule, many student are waiting pls beg u govt pass the rule as i passed my b.com with 66% its my passion for becomig a CA.

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    Unregistered

    Re: Can you tell me whether central govt agreed for ICAI's rule of graduates skipping CPT?

    sir this is my bcom final year can i register for IPCC nw

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