- Admission Procedure
Candidates can register for Intermediate level of CA Course through two routes, namely:
- After qualifying Foundation Course or
- Through Direct Entry. If candidates are Graduates/Post Graduates with prescribed percentage of marks or have qualified the Intermediate Level examination of The Institute of Cost Accountants of India/ The Institute of Company Secretaries.
Direct Entry Route
The ICAI allows the following candidates to enter directly to its Intermediate Course:
Commerce Graduates/Post-Graduates (with minimum 55% marks) or Other Graduates/ Post-Graduates (with minimum 60% marks) and Intermediate level passed candidates of The Institute of Company Secretaries of India and The Institute of Cost Accountants.
Students need to submit self-attested documents online by visiting https://www.icai.org/post/students-services.
Admission To Intermediate Examination
- A Student shall be admitted to Intermediate Examination if:
- He is enrolled for the Intermediate
- He produces a certificate to the effect that he has undergone a study course, for a period not less than eight months as on the first day of the month in which the examination is
- Students shall pay Examination fees, as may be fixed by the Council for Intermediate
- The subjects of Intermediate Course are classified into two groups with 3 papers - - The students can study and appear in the Examination group-wise or both the groups together.
Requirements For Passing Intermediate Examination
A student may appear in both the groups simultaneously or in one group in one examination and in the remaining group in any subsequent examination.
If student secures at one sitting a minimum of 40% marks in each paper of each of the Groups, viz, Group-I and Group-II, and minimum of 50% marks in the aggregate of all the papers of each of the Groups.
The criteria of negative marking in a paper or papers may be adopted having objective type questions in such a manner as may be specified from time to time.
A student who appeared in all the papers comprised in a Group/Unit and fails in one or more papers in that Group/Unit but secures a minimum of 60% marks in any paper(s) of that Group/Unit shall be eligible for exemption in that paper(s) in the next three following examinations.
The Student shall have to qualify the remaining papers in any of the next three following examinations.
If a candidate has exhausted the exemption granted to him under sub-regulation (8) of Regulation 37E and he was not able to pass the said Group or Unit, he may opt for the continuing of said exemption to the subsequent examinations.
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