ICAI Examination - NOVEMBER, 2014
 
  FOR ATTENTION OF STUDENTS -NOVEMBER, 2014
  Guidance Note for candidates for filling up/submission of Online Application Form for CPT December, 2011 (Paper-pencil Mode Examination)
   
  Please Visit the site early to fill up the form online to avoid any last minute technical glitches.
   
  IMPORTANT DATES FOR CPT NOVEMBER, 2014
 

1. Last date for registration to CPT Course with BOS

5th October, 2011

2. Commencement of Online filling of CPT Examination Form

7th October, 2011

3. Last date & time for Login Creation for filling of CPT Examination application form Online

28th October, 2011
upto 5.30 P.M. (IST)

4. Last  date for revalidation of registration for December 2011 CPT

Information will be published later on www.icai.org

5. Last date for receipt of hard copy of online filled up examination      form

1st November, 2011

6. Date of CPT Examination

18th December, 2011

7. Likely date declaration of result (www.caresults.nic.in)

Around one month from the date of examination

(For exact dates and other regular updates, keep visiting website www.icai.org)

 
WHERE AND HOW TO SEND PRINT OUT OF ONLINE FORM BY POST
 
Please ensure you fill up the online form strictly as per instructions by 28th October, 2011 (up to 5.30 P.M.) and send the print out of the same (after affixing your latest photograph and signature, duly attested) to the following address BY SPEED POST so as to reach us on or before 1st November, 2011 up to 5.30 P.M. Candidates are advised not to send their filled up form through private courier services. No responsibility for late/non-delivery will be taken by the ICAI.
Address to which print out of application form has to be sent

  THE ADDITIONAL SECRETARY (EXAMS), EXAMINATION DEPARTMENT
THE INSTITUTE OF CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS OF INDIA
ICAI BHAWAN, INDRAPRASTHA MARG
NEW DELHI – 110 002
 

EXAMINATION FEE

 

(i) Rs. 500/- (if opting for a Centre in India)

(ii) INR 850/- (if opting for Kathmandu Centre)

(iii) US$ 150 (if opting for Abu Dhabi, Bahrain, Doha & Dubai Centres)

 

No Separate examination fee is required to be sent along with printout of online application form but the PDF generated must have the Payment Transaction Details.

     Email: cpt_exam@icai.in                          Website: www.icai.org
 

Helpline Desk: 0120-3054835, 3054851, 3054852, 3054853 FAX 0120-3054841, 3054843

     Admit Card: www.icai.nic.in                        Result: www.caresults.nic.in
   
  COMMON PROFICIENCY TEST (CPT) – DECEMBER 2011
(ONLINE FILLING OF APPLICATION FORM)
 

Notes for information and guidance of candidates

 

1. The Common Proficiency Test (CPT) in Paper-pencil Mode (PP Mode) will be held on 18th DECEMBER, 2011 in accordance with the revised scheme of education, training and examination for the Chartered Accountancy Course. It is a 4 hours duration test comprising of two sessions of 2 hours each with a break between two sessions. The test will comprise of objective type questions with negative marking for choosing wrong answers.

2. All students registered for Common Proficiency Test Course on or before 5th October, 2011 with the Board of Studies of the Institute and either passed or appeared in the Senior Secondary Examination (10+2 examination) conducted by an examining body constituted by law in India or an examination recognized by the Central Government as equivalent thereto and has complied with such requirements as may be specified by the Council from time to time* will be eligible to appear in the CPT to be held in DECEMBER, 2011

* (As per a recent decision of the Council of the ICAI, candidates with certain higher qualifications are also eligible to appear in CPT –for complete details , please see APPENDIX C)
For filling of Exam Application Form Online, valid CPT Registration Number is compulsory.

3. Date and Timings of Common Proficiency Test
Common Proficiency Test will be held on Sunday, the 18th DECEMBER, 2011 in two sessions as per details given below:

 

Session

Section

Subject

Maximum Marks

Timings

Reporting Time

Morning
Morning

A
B

Fundamentals of Accounting
Mercantile Laws

60
40

10.30 A.M. to
12.30 P.M. (IST)

10.00 A.M. (IST)

BREAK FROM 12.30 P.M. TO 1.30 P.M. (IST)

Afternoon
Afternoon

C
D

General Economics
Quantitative Aptitude

50
50

2.00 P.M. to
4.00 P.M.(IST)

1.30 P.M. (IST)

 

TIMINGS FOR OVERSEAS CENTRES

   
 

CENTRE

SESSION

TIMINGS (EQUIVELENT TO IST)

REPORTING TIME

ABU DHABI & DUBAI

Morning

9.00 A.M. to 11.00 A.M.
UAE local time

8.30 A.M. UAE local time

Afternoon

12.30 P.M. to 2.30 P.M.
UAE local time

12.00 Noon UAE local time

BAHRAIN & DOHA

Morning

8.00 A.M. to 10.00 A.M.
Bahrain & Qatar local time

7.30 A.M. Bahrain & Qatar local time

Afternoon

11.30 A.M. to 1.30 P.M.
Bahrain & Qatar local time

11.00 A.M. Bahrain & Qatar local time

KATHMANDU

Morning

10.45 A.M. to 12.45 P.M.
Nepal local time

10.15 A.M. Nepal local time

Afternoon

2.15 P.M. to 4.15 P.M.
Nepal local time

1.45 P.M. Nepal local time

   
 

        4. Subjects and Syllabus

 

Common Proficiency Test will be of one paper of 200 marks and will consist of the following four subjects:

 

1. Fundamentals of Accounting                              3.General Economics
2. Mercantile Laws                                                    4.Quantitative Aptitude

 

The syllabus for these four subjects will be as specified by the Council under Regulation 25 D (3) of the Chartered Accountants Regulations, 1988 and as published in the Journal of the Institute "The Chartered Accountant", August 2006 issue (pages 291-293) and the Students' Newsletter of the Institute, "The Chartered Accountant Student", August 2006 issue (Pages 12-13) and also available at www.icai.org .

  5. Cities where CPT will be held
 

The list of Cities where CPT will be held is given at APPENDIX-A . Each candidate is expected to choose one centre as his choice of examination centre. Candidates may note that the choice of centre once exercised is final and no request for change of examination centre will thereafter be entertained under any circumstances.

 

6. Examination Fee & Dispatch of Application Form

 

Fee of Rs. 500/- (Rupees five hundred only) for centres in India, US $ 150/- for Overseas centres and INR 850/- (Rupees eight hundred fifty only) for Kathmandu centre can be remitted using online payment gateway facility with VISA/Master Credit/Debit Card.  (The incentive of Rs. 500/- in examination fee is applicable only for those who fill the application form online).  Once fee details are entered, the system generates an application form containing details of the candidate with a Control Number, the candidate is required to take a print out of the same and affix the passport size photograph and specimen signature at the designated places and send the said application form i.e. Print Out by Speed Post/Registered Post so as to reach the Institute at New Delhi on or before 1st  November, 2011 up to 5.30 P.M.  The forms received late will not be considered under any circumstances.

   
 

7. * Eligibility Requirements to appear in CPT (Regulation 25 D (1) may be referred to for full details).
(a) A candidate shall be eligible to appear in Common Proficiency Test in DECEMBER 2011, if he/she has:
i) Either passed or appeared in  the Senior Secondary Examination (10+2 examination) conducted by an examining body constituted by law in India or an examination recognized by the Central Government as equivalent thereto and has complied with such requirements as may be specified by the Council from time to time.  (The list of examinations recognized as equivalent to Senior Secondary Examination is contained in APPENDIX C); and
(Students who are going to appear in 12th class examination in its entirety in October/November, 2011 are also eligible to appear in CPT to be held on 18th DECEMBER, 2011).
* As per a recent decision of the Council of the ICAI, candidates with certain higher qualifications are also eligible to appear in the CPT ( For complete details please see Appendix C)
ii) Registered for/switched over to CPT Course with Board of Studies of ICAI on or before 5th October, 2011.
iii) Revalidation of registration for CPT:
Information will be hosted on the website of the Institute www. icai.org shortly.

 

8. Admit Card

 

Admit card will be issued to all the candidates found prime facie eligible 21 days prior to the day of the examination, i.e. by 27th November 2011. Details of the candidates admitted to CPT will also be hosted on website www.icai.nic.in on or before 27th November 2011.
Candidates can also download the admit card from the above website by entering CPT Registration number or exam form (Bar Code) number along with their PIN(Personal Identification Number). The admit card so downloaded may not contain the specimen signature and photograph of the candidate but the same will still be valid for admission/entry to the examination centre/hall.
Candidates, whose eligibility is in doubt, will be addressed for clarification normally 14 days prior to the date of CPT.
In case of any difficulty, Helpline Desk may be contacted on Fax No.0120-3054841/3054843 or telephone Nos. 0120-3054851, 3054852, 3054853, 3054835.
On receipt of admit card, each candidate is advised to verify the Name, Registration Number, Centre, Language of Question Paper Booklet, etc. In case of any discrepancy, Helpline Desk be immediately contacted. They may also send discrepancy correction request by e-mail at cpt_exam@icai.in

 

9. Requirement for Passing the Common Proficiency Test

 

A candidate shall ordinarily be declared to have passed the Common Proficiency Test if he/she obtains at one sitting a minimum of 50 percent marks in the aggregate of all the sections comprised in CPT (Examination), subject to the principle of negative marking. It is clarified that there is no requirement of securing minimum passing marks in a subject/section of CPT examination.

 

There will be negative marking for each wrong answer.  ¼ (One Fourth) mark will be deducted for each wrong answer.  Please note that multiple darkened circles for a question will also be treated as wrong answer

 

Any fraction of mark in aggregate will be rounded off to the next full mark.
 It is clarified that there is no provision for improvement of result of CPT examination in the Chartered Accountants Regulations, 1988. Therefore, such students who have once passed the CPT examination are not eligible to apply/appear afresh/again in the CPT examination.

 

10. Need to appear in both sessions of CPT

 

CPT will be held in two sessions as explained in Point No. 3.  Candidates are necessarily required to appear in both the sessions i.e. morning session and afternoon session of CPT.  It may be noted carefully that in the event of any candidate appearing in the morning session and choosing to absent himself/herself in the afternoon session or vice-versa due to any reason whatsoever, he/she shall be deemed as absent in toto in CPT and his/her result shall not be processed/prepared/published.

 

11. Option to choose Question Paper Booklet in English or Hindi

 

Each candidate is expected to choose the language of the Question Paper Booklet at the very outset in the CPT examination application form and no change thereafter will be allowed under any circumstances. However, the Answer Sheets will be in English language only.

 

12. Refund of Fee

 

No refund/adjustment of fee will be permissible under any circumstances. Multiple payments made online , if any, for a single student, will be identified by the system and are refunded for the credit of the respective accounts from where they originated, by the office, within 45 days of the last date for submission of forms.

In case you have made payment of exam fees more than once and do not get a refund within 45 days from the last date for submission of forms, you can claim a refund of the excess amount paid by you, by writing to us at cpt_exam@icai.in within 60 days from the last date for submission of forms, along with documentary evidence, such as bank/credit card statement, of having paid the exam fees more than once. ICAI will verify the same and refund the excess amount, if any, paid by you

 

13. Use of Calculator

 

Candidates will be allowed to use battery operated portable calculator in CPT. The calculator can be of any type with upto 6 functions, 12 digits and upto two memories. Attempt to use any other type of calculator not complying with the specifications indicated above or having more features than mentioned above shall tantamount to use of unfair means. Scientific Calculator is not allowed.

 

14. Answer Sheets

 

Each candidate will be provided separate OMR Answer Sheet for Morning Session i.e. meant for Section A (Fundamentals of Accounting) and Section B (Mercantile Laws) as well as for Afternoon Session i.e. meant for Section C (General Economics) and Section D (Quantitative Aptitude) which are to be handed over to the Invigilator of the Examination Hall/Room at the close of each Session along with Question Paper Booklet.

 

15. Representation against Question Paper Booklet

 

If a student of CPT feels that any question asked in any subject of CPT was out of syllabus or outside the ambit of the level of knowledge expected as laid down in the syllabus or the language used in the question was ambiguous or any other valid reason, he/she may, if he/she so desires, send his/her representation to the Additional Secretary (Exams), Examination Department, The Institute of Chartered Accountants of India, ICAI Bhawan, Indraprastha Marg, New Delhi-110002 so as to reach him within a week of the date of CPT.

 

16. Unfair means in the examination

 

If a candidate is found to have resorted to or has made an attempt to resort to unfair means in the examination, the Examination Committee of the ICAI may, on receipt of a report to that effect and after such investigation as it may deem necessary, take such disciplinary action against the candidate concerned as it may think fit. The Centre Superintendent has absolute authority to expel a candidate from the examination hall, if in his/her opinion, the candidate has adopted or attempted to adopt unfair means in connection with the examination. Any candidate expelled from the examination hall must before leaving the hall, submit his/her explanation in writing to the Centre Superintendent. Smoking, chewing of tobacco/betel, intoxicant, etc. is strictly prohibited in the examination hall.
Mobile Phones and other electronic gadgets (except calculator as permissible) are not allowed in the examination centre/hall. It is clarified that mere possession of mobile phone in the examination hall whether in switch off mode or silent mode shall be deemed to be resorting to adoption of unfair means in the examination.

 

17. Result of CPT

 

The result of CPT is likely to be declared by the end of   the succeeding month of CPT and will be published at New Delhi. It will be displayed on the notice board of the Institute at New Delhi and hosted on Internet at www.caresults.nic.in Result Card will be issued to all students who appeared in CPT normally within two weeks of the declaration of result. No Pass Certificate will be issued. Result Card will not contain Section-wise Marks and total marks secured only will be displayed.

 

18. Rank Certificate

 

Candidates securing a minimum of 60 percent marks upto 10th Rank will be issued ‘Rank Certificate’ within 4 weeks of the declaration of result provided a minimum of 2,500 candidates appear in the CPT held on a particular day.

 

19. Pass with Distinction

 

        Candidates securing a minimum of 70% marks will be declared “Pass with Distinction” and such remarks will be indicated in the Result Card only.

 

20. Declaration

 

Each candidate of CPT will be required to give a declaration in the print out of the CPT Examination Online Application Form duly signed by him/her and countersigned by his/her parent/guardian that he/she is eligible to appear in CPT in accordance with the Chartered Accountants Regulations, 1988 and if it is discovered at any later stage that he/she was not eligible to appear in CPT, his/her admission to CPT or if appeared and passed the CPT, the result thereof and further admission to Integrated Professional Competence Course, if secured will be treated automatically null and void and he/she will have no claim whatsoever. He/she will abide by the decision of the Institute in such a situation.

 

21. Verification of Answer Sheets

 

A candidate, if he/she so desires, can apply for verification of answer sheets as per provisions of Regulation 39 (4) of the Chartered Accountants Regulations, 1988 within a month of declaration of result along with a fee of Rs. 200/- by way of a demand draft payable in favour of the Secretary, The Institute of Chartered Accountants of India, payable at New Delhi and send the same to the Additional Secretary (Exams.), Examination Department, The Institute of Chartered Accountants of India, ICAI Bhawan, Indraprastha Marg, New Delhi – 110 002. Pending receipt of outcome of the verification, a candidate may apply for appearing in the next CPT, if he/she so desires.

 

22. Admission to Integrated Professional Competence Course

 

A candidate after passing the Common Proficiency Test will be eligible to register himself/herself for Integrated Professional Competence Course in accordance with the Chartered Accountants Regulations, 1988 subject to otherwise being eligible.

 

23. How to fill up Online Application Form for appearing in DECEMBER, 2011 CPT (PP Mode) and make payment of Examination fee on http://icaiexam.icai.org

 

Step – 1 Creation of Account
The candidate shall visit the website http://icaiexam.icai.org and open an account by submitting his/her CPT Registration Number, Date of Birth, e-mail ID and Mobile No. The username (shall be in the form CRO0278142-CPP) and the password shall be mailed to the candidate to the e-mail ID supplied by him/her at the time of creation of account and messaged to the mobile number provided by the candidate. In case of difficulty in filling online application form for DECEMBER, 2011 CPT (PP Mode), please call helpline Nos. indicated at the top of the page http://icaiexam.icai.org or 0120- 3054851/8852/853/835 sufficiently well in time.

 

 Step – 2 Online payment of Examination fee
      For filling of Online Examination application form for appearing in DECEMBER, 2011 CPT (PP Mode), a candidate has to remit a fee of Rs. 500/- (Rupees five hundred only) for opting centres in India, US$ 150/- for Overseas centres and INR 850/- (Rupees eight hundred fifty only) for Kathmandu centre.  (The incentive of Rs. 500/- in examination fee is applicable only for those who fill the application form online).  Fee should be remitted using Online Payment gateway facility with Visa/Master Credit/Debit Card.
     Examination fees once paid will not be refunded under any circumstances (except as provided in Para No. 12 hereinbefore).

 

Step – 3 Submission of Print out of Online Application Form to the Institute.
    After successful Online payment, candidates will have to login again to get the PDF of the Online Application Form and are required to take a print out of the application form from http://icaiexam.icai.org and take the following further course of action before sending it to the Institute:

 
    • Paste latest photograph (pass port size – 3.5X4.5 cms.)
    • Sign at specified place
    • Get it signed by parent/guardian at the specified place
    • Get the Application Form attested from a Chartered Accountant or a Gazetted Officer or Principal of a College/School) and
    • Send the printout of the Online Application Form without folding and Superscribing the envelope as “Online Application Form for DECEMBER, 2011 CPT Exam” by Speed Post/Registered Post to the Additional Secretary (Exams.), Examination Department, The Institute of Chartered Accountants of India, ‘ICAI Bhawan’, Indraprastha Marg, New Delhi – 110 002, so as to reach him on or before 1st November, 2011 upto 5.30 P.M.
 

NOTE: 

 

(A)In case Print out of the so filled in Online Application Form, complete in all respects as stated in Step-3 above, does not reach the Institute’s Head Office at New Delhi within the stipulated last date, the candidate will not be permitted to appear in the respective examinations.Submission of ScreenShots taken while filling the form online Or the Payment Receipt Or any other paper will NOT be treated as successful online application. The printout of PDF containing the Barcode Number and Payment Transaction Details is required to be submitted.

   
  (B) Candidates are advised not to send printout of their online application form through Private Courier Services or Ordinary Post. No responsibility for late/non-delivery will be taken by the Institute.
 
  (C) For issue of admit card and result, card Photograph and Signature of the candidate is required. Hence, non submission of duly completed printout of the online application form as stated above will result in non issuance of admit card and result card. Any request to issue result card in future will not be entertained.
 

LIST OF EXAMINATION CENTRES

APPENDIX-A
 
  (A candidate can choose any one examination centre of his/her choice irrespective of his/her registration with any Regional Office of ICAI. But, Centre once opted will not be changed under any circumstances.)
   
 

(1) WESTERN REGION:
(Covering States of Goa, Gujarat and Maharashtra and U. T. of Dadar & Nagar Havali and Daman & Diu)

   
 

CITY/CENTRE

CODE

CITY/CENTRE

CODE

CITY/CENTRE

CODE

CITY/CENTRE

CODE

AHMEDABAD-I @

101

GOA

112

MUMBAI – VII +

123

RAJKOT

134

AHMEDABAD-I I @

102

JALGAON

113

MUMBAI – VIII +

124

SANGLI

135

AHMEDNAGAR

103

JAMNAGAR

114

MUMBAI – IX +

125

SATARA

136

AKOLA

104

KOLHAPUR

115

MUMBAI – X +

126

SOLAPUR

137

AMRAVATI

105

LATUR

116

MUMBAI – XI +

127

SURAT

138

ANAND

106

MUMBAI-I +

117

NAGPUR

128

THANE

139

AURANGABAD

107

MUMBAI-II +

118

NANDED

129

VADODARA

140

BHARAUCH

108

MUMBAI-III +

119

NASIK

130

VAPI

141

BHAVNAGAR

109

MUMBAI-IV +

120

PANVEL

131

 

 

BHUJ

110

MUMBAI-V +

121

PIMPRI-CHINCHWAD

132

 

 

GANDHIDHAM

111

MUMBAI-VI +

122

PUNE

133

 

 

 

 

@ Ahmedabad is divided into two Zones, namely Zone I and Zone II. The possible locations of centres in the zones are as under:-
Zone I          - Navrangpura, Ellis bridge, Ambawadi, Naranpura, Memnagar
Zone II           - Vastrapur, Thaltej, Sattellite, Gurukul Road

   
 

+ Mumbai is divided into eleven Zones namely Zone I to Zone XI. The possible locations of the centres in the respective zones are as under:
Zone I             - Chruchgate / Charni Road area
Zone II              - Parel/ Dadar area
Zone III            - Vile Parle/ Andheri
Zone IV            - Jogeshwari (W)/ Goregaon (W)/ Malad (W)/ Kandivali (W)
Zone V             - Jogeshwari (E)/ Goregaon (E)/ Malad (E)/ Kandivali (E)/ Borivali (E)/ Dahisar (E)
Zone VI           - Borivali (West)/ Dahisar (West)
Zone VII          - Mira Road/ Bhayandar
Zone VIII         - Vasai Road/ Nallasopara/ Virar
Zone IX          - Ghatkopar/ Bhandup/ Mulund
Zone X           - Dombivli area/ Kalyan
Zone XI          - Vashi (Navi Mumbai)

   
 

(2) SOUTHERN REGION:
(Covering States of Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Kerala, Tamil Nadu and U. Ts. of Lakshadweep and Pondicherry)

 

CITY/CENTRE

CODE

CITY/CENTRE

CODE

CITY/CENTRE

CODE

CITY/CENTRE

CODE

ALAPPUZHA

201

COIMBATORE

211

KUMBAKONAM

221

THRISSUR

231

BANGALORE–I @@

202

ERNAKULAM

212

MADURAI

222

TIRUCHIRAPALLI

232

BANGALORE– II @@

203

ERODE

213

MANGALORE

223

TIRUPATI

233

BELGAUM

204

GUNTUR

214

MYSORE

224

TIRUPUR

234

BELLARY

205

HUBLI

215

NELLORE

225

TUTICORIN

235

CHENNAI-I #

206

HYDERABAD-I *

216

PALGHAT

226

UDUPI

236

CHENNAI-II #

207

HYDERABAD-II *

217

PONDICHERRY

227

VELLORE

237

CHENNAI-III #

208

KOLLAM

218

RAJAMAHENDRAVARAM

228

VIJAYAWADA

238

CHENNAI-IV #

209

KOTTAYAM

219

SALEM

229

VISAKHAPATNAM

239

CHENNAI-V#

210

KOZHIKODE

220

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM

230

 

 

 

 

@@ Bangalore is divided into two Zones, namely Zone I and Zone II. The possible locations of centres in the zones are as under:-
        Zone I      - Bangalore ( East & North) comprising of Basaveshwaranagar, Frazer Town, Gandhinagar,
                         M G Road,  Majestic, Malleswaram, Rajajinagar, Richmond Town, Shivajinagar, Tumkur Road     and Yelahanka.
       Zone II     - Bangalore (West & South) comprising of Banashankari, Basavangudi, Chamrajpet, Domlur,
                        J P Nagar,   Jayanagar, J.C. Road and Mysore Road.

 

# Chennai is divided into five Zones, namely Zone I to Zone V. The possible locations of centres in the Zones are as under:
   Zone I           - Nungambakkam, Gopalapuram, Mount Road, Triplicane, George Town
   Zone II         - Kodambakkam, T.Nagar, Vadapalani, Ashok Nagar, West Mamabalam, K K Nagar, Porur
  Zone III        - Royapettah, Mylapore, Mandaveli, Adyar, Besant Nagar, Tiruvanmiyur
  Zone IV       - Arumbakkam, Anna Nagar, Ambattur, Avadi, Villivakkam, Poonamallee.
  Zone V        -Tambaram , Chrompet , Nanganallur , Pallavaram , St. Thomas Mount

 

*Hyderabad Centre is divided into two zones namely Zone I and Zone II. The possible locations of the centres   of respective Zones are as under:
Zone I           - Hyderabad
Zone II         - Secunderabad, Tarnaka, Uppal

 

(3) EASTERN REGION:
(Covering States of Seven North East States, Orissa, Tripura, West Bengal and U.T. of Andaman & Nicobar Islands)

 

CITY/CENTRE

CODE

CITY/CENTRE

CODE

CITY/CENTRE

CODE

CITY/CENTRE

CODE

ASANSOL

301

CUTTACK

304

KOLKATA-II ^

307

SAMBALPUR

310

BERHAMPORE

302

GUWAHATI

305

KOLKATA-III ^

308

SILIGURI

311

BHUBANESWAR

303

KOLKATA-  I ^

306

ROURKELA

309

TINSUKIA

312

 

 

^Kolkata is divided into three zones namely Zone I to Zone III. The possible locations of the centres in the respective Zones are as under:
Zone I               - Kolkata South
Zone II              - Kolkata North
Zone III - Howrah

 

(4) CENTRAL REGION:
(Covering States of Bihar, Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand, M.P., Rajasthan, Uttarakhand and U.P.)

 

CITY/CENTRE

CODE

CITY/CENTRE

CODE

CITY/CENTRE

CODE

CITY/CENTRE

CODE

AGRA

401

DUNDLOD

415

LUCKNOW

429

UDAIPUR

443

AJMER

402

DURG

416

MATHURA

430

UJJAIN

444

ALIGARH

403

GHAZIABAD

417

MEERUT

431

VARANASI

445

ALLAHABAD

404

GORAKHPUR

418

MORADABAD

432

 

 

ALWAR

405

GWALIOR

419

MUZAFFARNAGAR

433

 

 

BAREILLY

406

INDORE-I %

420

NOIDA

434

 

 

BEAWAR

407

INDORE-II%

421

PALI-MARWAR

435

 

 

BHAGALPUR

408

INDORE-III%

422

PATNA

436

 

 

BHILWARA

409

JABALPUR

423

RAIPUR

437

 

 

BHOPAL

410

JAIPUR

424

RANCHI

438

 

 

BIKANER

411

JAMSHEDPUR

425

RATLAM

439

 

 

BILASPUR

412

JODHPUR

426

SAHARANPUR

440

 

 

DEHRADUN

413

KANPUR

427

SIKAR

441

 

 

DHANBAD

414

KOTA

428

SRI GANGANAGAR

442

 

 

 

  

 

  % Indore is divided into three Zones namely Zone I to Zone III.  The possible locations of the centres in    the respective Zones are as under:
    Zone I    – Vijay Nagar, Nanda Nagar, MIG/LIG Colony, Patnipura, Scheme No. 54, Scheme No. 74,     Scheme No. 78, Shalimar Township, Mahalaxmi Nagar, Kanadia Road, Tilak Nagar, Saket, Telephone Nagar, Goyal Nagar, Bengali Square, Khajrana, Dewas Naka, Malviya Nagar, Nehru Nagar.
   Zone-II   – Chawni, South Tukoganj, Geeta Bhavan, Chhoti Gwal Toli, MTH Compound, Sneh Nagar, Kanchan Bag, Bhawankuwa, M.Y. Hospital Road, RNT Marg, Malwa Mill, Janjir Wala Square, Nasia Road, Naulakha, Sapna Sangeeta, Khatiwala Tank, Palsikar Colony, Sanchar Nagar, Agrawak Nagar, Juni Indore, Jail Road, Joara Compound, Rajwada, Devas, Mhow.
  Zone-III   –   Rajendra Nagar, Annapuran Road, Vaishali Nagar, Gumasta Nagar, Sudama Nagar, Usha Nagar, Raj Mohalla, Mahesh Nagar, Bada Ganpati, Areodrome Road, Kalani Nagar, Gandhi Nagar, Banganga, Marimata Chouraha, Lokmanya Nagar.

 

(5) NORTHERN REGION:
(Covering States of Delhi, Haryana, H.P., J & K, Punjab and U.T. of Chandigarh)

 

CITY/CENTRE

CODE

CITY/CENTRE

CODE

CITY/CENTRE

CODE

CITY/CENTRE

CODE

AMBALA

501

DELHI/NEW DELHI-III $

507

HISAR

513

PATIALA

519

AMRITSAR

502

DELHI/NEW DELHI-IV $

508

JALANDHAR

514

REWARI

520

BATHINDA

503

DELHI/NEW DELHI-V $

509

JAMMU

515

ROHTAK

521

CHANDIGARH

504

DELHI/NEW DELHI-VI $

510

KARNAL

516

SHIMLA

522

DELHI/NEW DELHI-I $

505

FARIDABAD

511

LUDHIANA

517

SONEPAT

523

DELHI/NEW DELHI-II $

506

GURGAON

512

PANIPAT

518

YAMUNANAGAR

524

 

 

$ Delhi/ New Delhi is divided into six Zones, namely Zone I to Zone VI. The possible locations of centres in the Zones are as under:
   Zone I           - Karol Bagh, Pusa Road
  Zone II            - Pitampura, Rohini, Punjabi Bagh, Paschim Vihar
  Zone III         - Nizamuddin, Yusuf Sarai, Jangpura, Lodhi Road
  Zone IV        - Trans Yamuna Area – Mayur Vihar, Priyadarshini Vihar (Bank Enclave), Vivek Vihar
  Zone V           - Model Town, Civil Lines, Darya Ganj, Kirti Nagar
 Zone VI         - Janakpuri, Dwarka.

 

(6) OVERSEAS EXAMINATION CENTRES:

 

CITY/CENTRE

CODE

CITY/CENTRE

CODE

ABU DHABI (UAE)

601

DUBAI (UAE)

604

BAHRAIN

602

KATHMANDU (NEPAL)

605

DOHA (QATAR)

603

 

 

 

 

GUIDELINES AND PROCEDURE TO BE FOLLOWED REGARDING GRANTING OF WRITER/EXTRA TIME    TO THE PHYSICAL CHALLENGED CANDIDATES.

 
APPENDIX-B
 
   
 

Guidelines for providing the assistance of a writer:

 

Candidates who cannot write and require the services of a writer, may apply to the Institute separately.

The writer provided shall be a student of a lower grade of education than the candidate, i.e. he should be a student of below 10+2.

While a candidate himself will be permitted to arrange for a writer as per educational qualifications prescribed as above, the same shall be subject to the satisfaction of the Centre Superintendent.  A certificate in proof of the educational qualification of the writer should be produced to the Centre Superintendent.

The Centre Superintendent shall arrange a suitable room for such disabled candidates and he/she will arrange for a writer to the candidate in case the candidate is unable to arrange for the same by himself/herself.

The expenses towards remuneration to the writer will have to be borne by the candidate concerned.

   
 

PROCEDURE TO BE ADOPTED FOR GRANT OF EXTRA TIME/WRITER’S HELP

 

1.   Application in candidate’s own hand writing if he can write. In respect of candidates who can not write, their representatives may write and forward the application to the Additional Secretary (Exams.), Examination Department of ICAI separately by speed post/registered post. Such a request should not be sent alognwith OMR Form.

2.   Certified true copy of the certificate issued by the Doctor of not less than the level of Civil Surgeon of Government Hospital to the effect that the disability is of permanent nature and specifying clearly the nature and extent of Permanent disability.

3.   Certified true copies of the permission, if any, granted by the State Higher Secondary Board/University in candidate’s 10+2 or degree examinations in which he/she had appeared.

4.   Attested full size latest photograph indicating name of the candidate on   the photograph itself for our record.

5.   Any other document in support of request for grant of the facility of a writer and/or extra time as aforementioned.

6.   Cases of injuries or disablement of temporary nature such as fracture of the right or left arm, forearm or dislocation of a shoulder, elbow or wrist etc. are not entitled for extending the facility of writer/extra time.

   

LIST OF EXAMINATIONS TREATED AS EQUIVALENT TO SENIOR SECONDARY EXAMINATION:

APPENDIX-C
 

1.   Board of Intermediate Education, Andhra Pradesh
2.   Assam Higher Secondary Education Council
3.   Bihar School Examination Board
4.   Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE)
5.   Chhatisgarh Board of Secondary Education
6.   Council for Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE)
7.   Goa Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education
8.   Gujarat Secondary & Higher Secondary Education
9.   Board of School Education, Haryana
10.  H.P. Board of School Education
11.  J & K State Board of School Education
12.  Jharkhand Academic Council
13. Government of Karnataka Department of Pre-University Education
14.  Kerala Board of Higher Secondary Education
15.  Maharashtra State Board of Secondary & Higher Secondary Education
16.  Board of Secondary Education, Madhya Pradesh
17.  Council of Higher Secondary Education, Manipur
18.  Meghalaya Board of School Education
19.  Mizoram Board of School Education
20.  Nagaland Board of School Education
21.  Council of Higher Secondary Education, Orissa
22.  Punjab School Education Board
23.  Board of Secondary Education, Rajasthan
24.  Tamil Nadu State Board of School Examinations
25.  Tirupura Board of Secondary Education
26.  U.P. Board of High School and Intermediate Education
27.  Board of School Education, Uttarakhand
28.  West Bengal Council of Higher Secondary Education
29.  Chhatisgarh State Open School
30.  M.P. State Open School
31.  National Institute of Open Schooling
32.  Rajasthan State Open School
33.  The West Bengal Council of Ravindra Open Schooling
34.  Banasthali Vidyapith
35.  5 (five) passes at GCE ‘O’ level/GCSE/IGCSE in A/B/C Grades and two passes at GCE ‘Advanced’ level examination of the approved British Examining Bodies is recognized by the Association of Indian Universities as equivalent to +2 stage qualification of an Indian Body.
36. Students who have completed two years of higher education including Diploma course after    passing 10th class, conducted either by Central/State Government(s) and on passing such a course have either been admitted to first year of graduation course or have passed the graduation course conducted by any University, including Open Universities, established by law in India shall be also eligible for admission to the Common Proficiency Test (CPT)
37. 10+2 Examination of any other recognized Board/University not covered above but recognized by Association of Indian Universities (AIU) as equivalent to Senior Secondary (10+2) Examination as recognized by Central Government (Students concerned should produce the equivalence Certificate issued by AIU).

 

OFFICES WHERE FILLED IN CPT APPLICATION FORMS CAN BE SUBMITTED.

APPENDIX-D
 
  1. Reception Counter, Annexe Building.  The Institute of Chartered Accountants of India, ICAI Bhawan, Indraprastha Marg, New Delhi-110002 (Telephone-011-3989 3989).
  2. Reception Counter, Northern Regional Office, The Institute of Chartered Accountants of India, 52-54 Institutional Area, Vishwas Nagar, Shahdara, Near Karkardooma Court Complex, Delhi – 110032.   (Telephone-011-3989 3990).
  1. Reception Counter, The Institute of Chartered Accountants of India, ICAI Bhawan, 27, Cuffe Parade, Colaba, Mumbai-400005. (Telephone-022-3989 3989).
  2. Reception Counter, The Institute of Chartered Accountants of India, ICAI Bhawan, 122, Mahatma Gandhi Road, Nungambakkam, Chennai-600034.(Telephone-044-3989 3989).
  3. Reception Counter, The Institute of Chartered Accountants of India, ICAI Bhawan, 7, Anandilal Poddar Sarani (Russell Street) Kolkata-700071. (Telephone-033-3989 3989).
  4. Reception Counter, The Institute of Chartered Accountants of India, ICAI Bhawan, 16/77-B, Civil Lines (Behind Reserve Bank of India), Kanpur-208001. (Telephone-0512-3989 398).
  5. Reception Counter, Ahmedabad Branch of WIRC of the  Institute of Chartered Accountants of India, ICAI Bhawan,  123, Sardar Patel Colony, Navjivan, P.O. Naranpura, Stadium Road, Ahmedabad-380014. (Telephone-079-2768 0946, 2768 0537).
  6. Reception Counter, Bangalore Branch of SIRC of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India, ICAI Bhawan, No. 16/0, Millers Tank Bed Area, Bangalore-560 052.(Telephone-080-2220 5891, 222 52546 2225 7109).
  7. Reception Counter, Hyderabad Branch of SIRC of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India, ICAI Bhawan, 11-5-398/C Red Hills, Hyderabad- 500 004. (Telephone-040-233 17026, 233 17027, 233 17028)
  8. Reception Counter, Jaipur Branch of CIRC of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India, ICAI Bhawan, D-1, Institutional Area, Jhalana Doongri, Jaipur-302004. (Telephone-0141-2707 278, 2707 309, 2707 396).
  9. Reception Counter, Pune Branch of WIRC of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India, ICAI Bhawan, 28-A Amber Chamber, 5th Floor, Appa Balwant Chowk, Budhwar Peth, Pune-411002. (Telephone-020-2445 1636).
 

Candidates are advised not to submit printouts of application forms at offices of the Institute other than those mentioned above