Here I have given CA IPCC Registration form & registration procedure by ICAI for May 2014 CA IPCC exam. Last date for IPCC registration for May 2014 is also given below.
Chartered Accountancy course is consist of 3 phases, i.e. 1st CPT (Common proficiency test) then 2nd IPCC (Integrated professional competence course) and 3rd and last one is CA Final. So after clearing CPT examination, CA aspirant need to enroll for CA IPCC. To get enrolled in CA IPCC, you need to register with ICAI for IPCC again. The detailed CA IPCC Registration procedure and syllabus is explained here.
CA IPCC Registration Procedure :-
After clearing CPT exams, CA aspirant need to get registered for IPCC. The IPCC Registration is not automatic and to register for CA IPCC CA aspirant will have to submit the IPCC Registration Form. Download it from below.
The Fees for IPCC Registration is payable by way of a Demand Draft/Pay Order drawn in favour of “The Secretary, Institute of Chartered Accountants of India” payable at Mumbai/Chennai/New Delhi/Kolkatta/Kanpur in accordance with the address of the Student.
Important notification: > Revalidation of Registration for CA IPCC, CPT & Final
IPCC Registration Fees (Updated):-
IPCC registration fees details is given in below table. IPCC registration fees are increased by ICAI every 2 – 3 years, so refer details in registration form applicable fees for registration.
And IPCC Fees for direct entry scheme can be checked from the exam form given on above links.
Documents to be submitted with IPCC Registration form :-
Following documents are to be submitted along with IPCC registration form.
- Demand Draft/Pay Order towards IPCC Registration Fees
- Attested Copies of 12th Class Pass Certificate
- Graduation/Post Graduation marks statement for Direct Entry to Intermediate (IPC) Course
- Attested Copy of CPT Pass Marks Statement
Last Date of Submission of CA IPCC Registration Form
A Student can appear for CA IPCC Exams after 8 Months of having submitted the IPCC Registration Form (earlier the duration was 9 Months but was reduced to 8 Months on 30th Jan 2012 by ICAI) Although the IPCC Registration Forms are accepted by ICAI throughout the year – the IPCC Exams are held only twice every year – i.e. in the month of May and November every year.
A reverse calculation reveals that to be eligible to appear for November Exams – a student has to submit the IPCC Registration Form on or before
|Attempt Due||Last Date for IPCC Registration|
|May Attempt||1st September of the previous year|
|November Attempt||1st March of the same year|
So, for IPCC May 2014 attempt, you must have to register on or before 1st September 2013.
So, We can say last date for IPCC May 2014 attempt is 1st September 2013.(source)
Please Note : The eligibility for IPCC Registration is that the Candidate should have either cleared CPT or have completed graduation with required percentage. It should be noted that The CPT Exemption for Graduates which was pending since 1 year has been approved by government. For more details refer article : >CPT Exemption Rule For Graduates Approved by Govt. – 3rd August 2012
CA IPCC Syllabus
The CA IPCC Syllabus consists of 7 Papers which are divided into 2 groups as under
- Group I
Paper 1: Accounting (100 Marks)
Paper 2: Law, Ethics and Communication
Part I: Law (60 Marks)
Business Law (30 Marks)
Company Law (30 Marks)
Part II: Business Ethics (20 Marks)
Part III: Business Communication (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) & VAT (25 Marks)
- Group II
Paper 5: Advanced Accounting (100 Marks)
Paper 6: Auditing & Assurance (100 Marks)
Paper 7: Information Technology and Strategic Management
Part I: Information Technology (50 Marks)
Part II: Strategic Management (50 Marks)
A Student can appear for IPCC Examinations either group wise or appear for both the groups at the same time. To clear the IPCC Level, a Student has to secure a minimum of 40% marks in each individual paper of a group in one sitting and a minimum of 50% Marks in Aggregate of a Group to be declared as Passed.
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