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  • 27th June 2012 12:36 PM
    sushant9921113566

    Re: When should I get registered for IPCC after completing B.Com?

    When should I get registered for IPCC after completing B.Com?
  • 25th March 2012 11:26 PM
    adlsm

    Re: When should I get registered for IPCC after completing B.Com?

    You can register for IPCC through the years. If you have 55% marks in your B.Com you can directly enroll for IPCC throughout the year from any regional authorized centers.

    For any detail info kindly visit the official site of icai
    www.icai.org

    wish you all the best..
  • 24th March 2012 02:29 PM
    pradeepdeshwal3626

    Re: When should I get registered for IPCC after completing B.Com?

    FRIEND,

    To register for the IPCC you have to do the following things.

    you should submit filled-in registration forms for Integrated Professional Competence Course supplied along with Prospectus available at sales counter of decentralized offices.

    The cost of Prospectus is Rs. 100/-.

    These forms can also be downloaded from Institute's website www.icai.org. On receipt of filled-in form and requisite fee, the appropriate decentralized office will issue study materials for Group I and/or Group II or IPCC.

    The decentralized office will also issue registration letter. While taking admission to 100 hours ITT with regional/branch office, a student is required to produce a copy of the registration letter.

    This exam is conducted by ICAI(Institute of Chartered Accountants of India).

    This is the second level for the students who wanted to take up the chartered accountancy course after getting through the CA CPT (Chartered Accountancy Common Proficiency Test).

    The duration of the course is Minimum 9 months This period starts from the time the student gets registered for the course upto the time the student completes the coaching and other formalities required for being eligible for appearing at the main examination at this level.

    The main/final examinations of this course are conducted twice every year on the following dates.


    May Examination [2:00 pm to 5:00 pm]
    • Group-I - 4th,8th,10th,12th of May;
    • Group-II - 6th,14th,16th of May;

    November Examination [2:00 pm to 5:00 pm]
    • Group-I - 6th,10th,12th,14th of November;
    • Group-II - 8th,16th,18th of November;

    ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA IS:

    1)There is no age criteria

    2) You must have passed in the Common Proficiency Test (CPT) conducted by ICAI
    and you must also have passed in the Senior Secondary Examination (10+2) or Intermediation Examination or equivalent.

    SCHEME OF THE EXAMINATION:

    Group I

    Paper 1: Advanced Accounting [100 Marks]

    Paper 2: Law, Ethics and Communication
    Part I: Law [60 Marks]
    Part II: Business Ethics [20 Marks]
    Part III: Business Communications [20 Marks]

    Paper 3: Cost Accounting and Financial Management
    Part I: Cost Accounting [50 Marks]
    Part II: Financial Management [50 Marks]

    Paper 4: Taxation
    Part I: Income-tax [50 Marks]
    Part II: Service tax [25 Marks] and VAT [25 Marks]

    Group II

    Paper 5: Advanced Accounting [100 Marks]

    Paper 6: Auditing and Assurance [100 Marks]

    Paper 7: Information Technology and Strategic Management
    Section A: Information Technology [50 Marks]
    Section B: Strategic Management [50 Marks]

    GOOD LUCK.
  • 23rd March 2012 02:12 PM
    Unregistered

    Re: When should I get registered for IPCC after completing B.Com?

    I have given cpt during my first n second year of b.com bt dint cleared it n nw i hv cmpltd my gradutaion ...so can i dirctly register for ipcc pls rply
  • 23rd February 2012 04:55 PM
    neetu garg

    Re: When should I get registered for IPCC after completing B.Com?

    Dear Friend

    Those who have completed Graduation in Commerce stream, should have at least

    50% marks in aggregate. If you fulfill this eligibility criteria, you can directly apply

    for Integrated Professional Competency Course (IPCC).

    Once you qualify the IPCC, you can then apply for Final exam to complete the course.

    For further information you can visit: www.icai.org
  • 17th February 2012 11:03 AM
    saroj.kumar205@gmail.om

    Re: When should I get registered for IPCC after completing B.Com?

    You can register for IPCC through the years. If you have 62% marks in your B.Com you can directly enroll for IPCC throughout the year from any regional authorized centers.
  • 31st January 2012 08:42 PM
    nafis_ahmad00

    Re: When should I get registered for IPCC after completing B.Com?

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Hai
    when to register for ipcc after passing bcom
    Dear CA Aspirant....

    You can register for IPCC through the years. If you have 55% marks in your B.Com you can directly enroll for IPCC throughout the year from any regional authorized centers.

    For any detail info kindly visit the official site of icai
    www.icai.org

    wish you all the best..
  • 30th January 2012 09:23 PM
    Expert

    Re: When should I get registered for IPCC after completing B.Com?

    You can register for the course any time during the year. The application forms for the course is available throughout the year. But you should apply at least 9 months before the date of the next exam. You will now be eligible for the exam in December. B.Com candidates can apply for the IPCC level directly only if they have over 55% marks. Else you will have to enroll for the CPT level first. You can visit the ICAI site to know the details.
  • 30th December 2011 01:05 PM
    Unregistered

    When should I get registered for IPCC after completing B.Com?

    Hai
    when to register for ipcc after passing bcom

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