FOR ATTENTION OF STUDENTS - NOVEMBER, 2010 EXAMINATION

CHANGED TIMINGS FOR NOVEMBER, 2010 EXAMINATIONS

Candidates may kindly note that the examination timings have been changed for the November 2010 Examinations as under:-

09.00 am to 12.00 noon (IST)
(B) CHANGED SEQUENCE OF PAPERS FOR NOVEMBER, 2010 EXAMINATIONS
Candidates may kindly make a special note of the fact that the examination for various papers of Integrated Professional Competence Examination (IPCE) / Accounting Technician Examination (ATE)/Units will not be held as per the sequence of paper numbers. The same will be held as per the following date schedule. Therefore, all IPCE/ATE/Unit Candidates may appear in the examinations of the respective papers applicable to them, which is as follows:


DATE SCHEDULE

Date

Paper No.

Subject

09/11/2010

Paper- 1

Accounting

11/11/2010

Paper- 6

Auditing and Assurance

13/11/2010

Paper- 2

Business Laws, Ethics and Communication

15/11/2010

Paper- 3

Cost Accounting and Financial Management

17/11/2010

Paper- 4

Taxation

19/11/2010

Paper- 7

Information Technology and Strategic Management

21/11/2010

Paper- 5

Advanced Accounting

 

(C) MISTAKES GENERALLY COMMITTED IN FILLING THE APPLICATION FORM

While processing the examination application forms filled-in by the candidates, certain mistakes are usually found in a large number of forms leading thereby to avoidable delays at our end and avoidable correspondence with the candidates. The end result is delay in release of admit card to the students, causing thereby unwanted anxiety at both the ends.

Candidates intending to appear in the ensuing November, 2010 examination are therefore, individually urged to take some time off from their routine while filling up the form and keep in mind the following critical columns in order to help us to serve them better.

1) NAME: You should check that your name in the online form appears correctly on punching your student Registration Number therein.

2) MEDIUM: You must clearly indicate by selecting the relevant option relating to medium of examination either English or Hindi. Else, English will be taken as the medium and no request for change will be entertained thereafter.

3) EXAMINATION CENTRE: You have to select the relevant option relating to the code of the examination centre from amongst the centres as indicated in the dropdown menu list from where you wish to appear in the ensuing examination. The code number of the examination centre varies from examination to examination. Please be careful and be doubly sure before you select the relevant option relating to the code number of the centre as no request for change of centre will be entertained subsequently under any circumstances.

4) EXAM APPLIED: You have to clearly indicate by selecting the Examination/Group/Unit in which you intend to appear in the ensuing examination. No request for change of group etc. shall be entertained subsequently. Please note that there is no provision in the Chartered Accountants Regulations, 1988 to appear in the same group/unit which was declared earlier as passed. Appearing in the same group/unit which was passed earlier is violation of Chartered Accountants Regulations, 1988.

5) REGISTRATION NUMBER: Please punch your registration number exactly as you have been intimated by the Institute in the Board of Studies registration letter issued to you.

Candidates are advised to punch their unique Registration number and also fill up their old Registration number, if any.

6) Admission requirements in brief (full reference should be made to the Chartered Accountants Regulations, 1988): No candidate shall be admitted to Integrated Professional Competence Examination/ Accounting Technician Examination unless:

(a) he is enrolled for the relevant level(s) of the Integrated Professional Competence Course; and
(b) he produces a certificate to the effect that he has undergone a study course, for a period not less than nine months, as may be specified by the Council for the relevant level(s), as on the first day of the month in which the examination is held, in the manner as may be specified by the Council from time to time; and
(c) he has completed a course on Information Technology Training or Computer Training Programme for such period and in such manner and within such time as may be specified by the Council from time to time.


The implications of above paragraphs are clarified below for general information of candidates to appear in Integrated Professional Competence examination to be held in November , 2010:
The eligibility requirements for appearing in Professional Competence Examination to be held in November, 2010 are as under : -


Category 1 Candidates Registered for Integrated Professional Competence Course (IPCC)/ Accounting Technician Course (ATC) as on 1st February 2010

OR


Category 2 Candidates who were already registered for erstwhile Intermediate Examination as per syllabus under paragraph 2 or 2A of Schedule B or Professional Education (Course-II) or Professional Competence Course and converted into Integrated Professional Competence Course / Accounting Technician Course (ATC) (after having completed 9 months of registration in Intermediate/PE-II/ PCC)

AND

All students of category 1 & 2 above should also successfully complete 250 Hours Compulsory Computer Training Programme / 100 Hours Information Technology Trainning Programme on or before 9th November, 2010.


AND

All students of category 1 & 2 above should also complete 35 Hours Orientation Course on or before 9th November, 2010.

7) ADMIT CARD: Candidates can also download the admit cards from this website www.icai.nic.in by using the Personal Identification Number (PIN) indicated by them while filling up the application form online. The admit card so downloaded will not contain the specimen signature and photograph of the candidate but the same is valid for admission to the examination centre.

8) HELPLINE DESK: Helpline Desk will be functional from 18th October, 2010 to 21st November 2010 (for 24 hours on all days) to attend to Admit Card related queries. Telephone Nos. 0120-3054851, 3054852, 3054853 Fax No.0120-3054841.
E-mail id: ipce_examhelpline@icai.in, website : www.icai.org

9) Candidates are advised in their own interest to retain the "Notes for Information and Guidance of Applicants" and a photocopy of the printout of the application (after online submission) for reference till the admit card is received by them. Please note that there will be no change in the Examination schedule in the event of any day of the examination schedule being declared a public Holiday by the Central Government or any state Government.

 

The Institute of Chartered Accountants of India
LIST OF EXAMINATION CENTRES
NOVEMBER, 2010



(A Candidate can choose any one examination centre of his choice irrespective of his registration to any Regional Office of ICAI. However, Centre once opted will not be changed under any circumstances.)

Please Click here for the List of Exam Centers for November, 2010 IPC Examination.

 

The Institute of Chartered Accountants of India
INTEGRATED PROFESSIONAL COMPETENCE EXAMINATION / ACCOUNTING TECHNICIAN EXAMINATION
NOVEMBER, 2010

(Under the Chartered Accountants Regulations, 1988)
NOTES FOR INFORMATION AND GUIDANCE OF APPLICANTS



1. Kindly select the relevant option relating to the Examination Centre in the online form from the dropdown menu.

2. Since the admit card to be issued to the candidates contains scanned photograph and specimen signature of the candidates, there is no need for a separate Identity Card.

3. For obtaining admit card and statement of marks by e-mail, candidates may fill their e-mail address in the relevant column in Online form.

4. Examination Fee should be remitted only online. For further details, please see paragraph (3) & (4) Hereunder of notes for information and guidance of applicants.

5. In case of inability to download the Admit Card from the website www.icai.nic.in or non receipt of hard copy Admit Card by 21st October 2010, candidates should follow guidelines given in paragraph (9) hereunder.

6. Medium of Examination is either HINDI or ENGLISH.

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LAST DATE FOR ONLINE SUBMISSION OF APPLICATION FORM

Without Late Fee : 26th August, 2010 (till 2400 hrs. IST)
With Late Fee of Rs. 500/- : 3rd September, 2010 (till 1730 hrs. IST) 

The next Integrated Professional Competence Examination (IPCE)/Accounting Technician Examination (ATE) under the syllabus as specified by the Council in accordance with Regulation 28E (3) of the Chartered Accountants Regulations, 1988 as amended vide the Chartered Accountants (Second Amendment) Regulations, 2008 (as published in the Gazette of India: Extraordinary, dated 3rd December, 2008) will be held in, November 2010. The students of Professional Competence Course or the erstwhile Professional Education - (Course II) and Intermediate Examinations covered under previous syllabus as per para 2 and 2A respectively of schedule B to CA Regulations, 1988 now wishing to appear, if otherwise eligible, and converted into Integrated Professional Competence Course (IPCC) have to fill up this form. Students converting from the erstwhile Intermediate, PE-II or Professional Competence Courses may see Announcement No. BOS/Annoucement/227/10 dated 5th February 2010 hosted on the Institute"s website www.icai.org in the students section under the Board of Studies Announcements.


Dates and Timings of the Examination
Group I : 9th, 13th & 15th & 17th Nov, 2010 Time : 09.00 am to 12.00 noon (IST)
Group II : 11th , 19th & 21st Nov, 2010 Time : 09.00 am to 12.00 noon (IST)


(i) Examination timings at Abu Dhabi and Dubai Centres will be 07.30 a.m. to 10.30 a.m. Dubai local time equivalent to 09.00 a.m. to 12.00 noon (IST). Examination timings at Kathmandu centre will be 09.15 p.m. to 12.15 p.m. Nepal local time equivalent to 09.00 a.m. to 12.00 noon (IST)

(ii) There will be no change in the examination schedule in the event of any day of the examination schedule being declared a Public Holiday by the Central Government or any State Government.

(iii) CHANGED SEQUENCE OF PAPERS FOR NOVEMBER, 2010 EXAMINATIONS
Candidates may kindly make a special note of the fact that the examination for various papers of Integrated Professional Competence Examination (IPCE) / Accounting Technician Examination (ATE)/Units will not be held as per the sequence of paper numbers. The same will be held as per the following date schedule. Therefore, all IPCE/ATE/Unit Candidates may appear in the examinations of the respective papers applicable to them, which is as follows:.

DATE SCHEDULE

Date

Paper No.

Subject

09/11/2010

Paper- 1

Accounting

11/11/2010

Paper- 6

Auditing and Assurance

13/11/2010

Paper- 2

Business Laws, Ethics and Communication

15/11/2010

Paper- 3

Cost Accounting and Financial Management

17/11/2010

Paper- 4

Taxation

19/11/2010

Paper- 7

Information Technology and Strategic Management

21/11/2010

Paper- 5

Advanced Accounting

(2) Subjects:

GROUP - I

GROUP - II

Paper - 1

Accounting

Paper - 5

Advanced Accounting

Paper - 2

Business Laws, Ethics and Communication

Paper - 6

Auditing and Assurance

Paper - 3

Cost Accounting and Financial Management

Paper - 7 Information Technology and Strategic Management

Paper - 4

Taxation

(3) Examination Fee and list of Examination Centres

(a) Examination Fee:
(i) Examination fee for Indian Centres:

Both Groups or Unit-9 Rs. 1600/-
One of the Groups or Units 1 to 8 Rs. 1000/-

(ii)The fee for candidates opting for Abu Dhabi and Dubai Centres will be US Dollars $350 or its equivalent Indian Currency irrespective of whether a candidate appears in a Group or Both Groups or a Unit. Candidates opting for Kathmandu (Nepal) centre are required to remit Rs. 2,250/- (Indian currency or its equivalent relevant foreign currency) irrespective of whether a candidates appears in a single group or both groups or a Unit.

Note: Students are advised not to remit any fee other than the examination fee along with printout of the online Examination Application form.

(b) Examination Centre:
List of examination centers as published is provided as a dropdown menu in the online form.

(4) Mode of payment of Fee

THE EXAMINATION FEE SHOULD BE PAID ONLY ONLINE THROUGH CREDIT CARD/DEBIT CARD EITHER VISA OR MASTER CARD/ONLY.

(5) Admit Card
Admit Cards will be required for appearing in the examination as per Regulation 35 of the C.A. Regulations,1988 and normally it will be issued 21 days prior to the commencement of the examination. Admit Card contains the place, dates and times at which the candidate may present himself for an examination. Hence, candidates are advised, in their own interest, to fill-in each column of the online application form very carefully and clearly. In case each column of the form is not filled up properly, candidates might have to face the problem especially with regard to timely receipt of admit card.

Last date for submission of online application

Without Late fee: 26th August, 2010 (Till 2400 hrs IST)

With Late fee of Rs. 500/- (or US Dollars $11 for appearing from Abu Dhabi & Dubai Centers): 3rd Sept, 2010 (Till 1730 hrs IST)

ONLINE APPLICATION FORM SHALL NOT BE AVAILABLE ON THE WEBSITE AFTER 1730 hrs IST on 3rd Sept, 2010. Therefore, candidates wishing to submit their Applications online must submit the same well in advance of the last date in order to avoid any problem in accessing the website.

(7) The Candidate may fill up the examination application form online at http:// icaiexam.icai.org from 5th August, 2010 to 3rd September 2010 and remit the fee and late fee as applicable online by using Credit/Debit Card, either VISA or Mastercard only. After online submission of the application candidates are required to take printout of the same and affix their photograph(if not uploaded) and signature in the relevant columns, get the same attested by a member of the Institute/Gazetted Officer and thereafter send the same to the Additional Secretary (Examinations), ICAI Bhawan, The Institute of Chartered Accountants of India, Indraprastha Marg, New Delhi- 110002 by Speed Post (and not through Courier) so as to reach him on or before 30th August,2010 (if submitted online without late fee) and 7th Sept, 2010 (if submitted online with late fee) .

(8) Option to answer questions in Hindi
Candidates of the Integrated Professional Competence Examination/Accounting Technician Examination are allowed to opt for Hindi medium, for answering question papers. Candidates desirous of answering questions in Hindi shall exercise their option at the very outset while making application for admission to the examination by filling the relevant columns. The option is available for all the papers of a Group / Both Groups/a Unit in entirety as may be applicable. In other words, if a candidate appears in a Group/a Unit, he can opt for Hindi medium only for that Group/Unit. If he appears in both the Groups then he has to exercise option for both the Groups and not for a single Group. No paper-wise option is allowed. If a candidate who has not exercised his option to answer the papers in Hindi in the application, but answers in Hindi, he will not get any credit for his answers.

The option exercised once shall be final and cannot be changed subsequently. In the absence of a clear indication by the candidate about the medium opted by him, English medium will be reckoned as the medium of answers. If a Hindi medium candidate answers all questions or a question or part thereof in English, he will not get any credit for such answer. However, Hindi medium candidates can write numbers, figures, technical phrases/terms in English and can also solve numerical questions thereof in English. Similarly, if an English medium candidate answers questions or a question or part thereof in Hindi, he will not get any credit for such answer.

(9) Requirements for Passing the Integrated Professional Competence Examination (IPCE) / Accounting Technician Examination (ATE)
[Applicable to candidates appearing in Integrated Professional Competence Examination under the syllabus as may be specified by the Council under sub-regulation (3) of regulation 28E]

(1) A candidate may appear in Group I or Group II level(s), separately or simultaneously or in a Unit comprising of a set of papers of Group I and / or Group II.

(2)
A candidate, other than a candidate who has opted for Accounting Technician level, shall ordinarily be declared to have passed the Integrated Professional Competence Examination, if he

  (a) completes the Orientation Course for such period and in such manner and within such time as may be specified by the Council from time to time and  
  (b) passes in both Group I and Group II levels.  

(3) A candidate, who has opted for the Accounting Technician level, shall be declared to have passed in that level, if he -

  (a) passes in Group I level;  
  (b) completes the Orientation Course for such period and in such manner and within such time as may be specified by the Council from time to time; and  
  (c) completes the practical work experience in accounting and related fields for a period not less than twelve months in such manner as may be specified by the Council from time to time:  

Provided that a candidate, who has passed either the Professional Competence Examination under the syllabus as per the sub-regulation (3) of Regulation 28C or Professional Education (Examination-II) under the syllabus as per sub-regulation (5) of Regulation 28B of these regulations or Intermediate Examination under these regulations or the Chartered Accountants Regulations, 1964 or Intermediate or the first examination under the Chartered Accountants Regulations, 1949 or was exempted from passing the first examination under that regulation and has completed the prescribed period of practical training as was required for admission as a member, shall be eligible for grant of Accounting Technician Certificate on making an application to this effect and on compliance with such other conditions as may be specified by the Council from time to time.

(4) A candidate shall ordinarily be declared to have passed in both the groups simultaneously, if he -

  (a) secures at one sitting a minimum of 40 per cent marks in each paper of each of the groups, viz., Group I and Group II levels, and minimum of 50 per cent marks in the aggregate of all the papers of each of the groups; or  
  (b) secures at one sitting a minimum of 40 per cent marks in each paper of both the groups, viz., Group I and Group II levels, and a minimum of 50 per cent marks in the aggregate of all the papers of both the groups taken together.  

(5) A candidate shall be declared to have passed in Group I level or Group II level or unit, as the case may be, if he secures at one sitting a minimum of 40 per cent marks in each paper of the group / unit and a minimum of 50 per cent marks in the aggregate of all the papers of that group / unit.
[ For information regarding Unit(s) applicable to candidates who have already passed any one of the groups under erstwhile Intermediate Examination as per syllabus under paragraph 2A of Schedule B of the Chartered Accountants Regulations, 1988 or Professional Education (Course-II) under sub-regulation (5) of regulation 28B or Professional Competence Course under sub-regulation (3) of regulation 28C of the Chartered Accountants Regulations, 1988, candidates may refer to the prospectus for IPCC (relevant extracts enclosed at Appendix-"A" ) ]

(6) A candidate, who has passed in any one but not in both the groups either of the Professional Competence Examination under the syllabus as specified by the Council under sub-regulation (3) of the regulation 28C or Professional Education (Examination-II) under the syllabus as specified by the Council under sub-regulation (5) of regulation 28B effective from October, 2001, the examination for which commenced from November, 2002 or of the Intermediate Examination as per syllabus under paragraph 2A of Schedule `B" to the Chartered Accountants Regulations, 1988, shall be eligible for exemption in the corresponding paper or papers, if the corresponding paper(s) exists in the new syllabus as may be specified by the Council.

(7) The Council may frame guidelines to continue to award exemption in a paper or papers to a candidate, granted earlier in the Professional Education (Examination-II) under the syllabus as specified by the Council under the syllabus as specified by sub-regulation (5) of regulation 28B or in the Professional Competence Examination under the syllabus as specified by sub-regulation (3) of regulation 28C for the unexpired chance or chances of the exemption in the corresponding paperor papers, as may be specified by the Council, in which he has secured exemption if the corresponding paper exists or papers exists in the new syllabus as may be specified by the Council. On appearing in the examination of the corresponding paper or papers in which he had failed, he shall be declared to have passed the examination if he secures at one sitting a minimum of 40 per cent marks in the corresponding paper or papers in which he had failed earlier and a minimum of 50 per cent marks in the aggregate of all the papers of the group including the marks of the paper or papers in which he had earlier been granted exemption by the Council.

In other words, a Professional Education (Course-II) student/ Professional Competence Course student who has been granted an exemption under Regulation 37A (7) / Regulation 37B (6) in one or more paper(s) shall continue to enjoy the said exemption(s) in the corresponding paper(s) under Integrated Professional Competence Examination / Accounting Technician Examination for the unexpired chances, if any, as shown below:


Paper-Wise Exemption to the candidates appearing in Integrated Professional Competence Examination / Accounting Technician Examination for the un-expired chance(s) on the basis of having secured a minimum of 60 percent marks in a paper in the earlier examinations
PREVIOUS COURSES EXEMPTIONS CONVERSION TABLE

Papers of the Professional Education (Examination-II) passed under Regulation 28B(5) of the Chartered Accountants Regulations, 1988

Papers of the Professional Competence Examination (PCE) passed under Regulation 28C(3) of the Chartered Accountants Regulations, 1988

Paper-wise exemption in Integrated Professional Competence Examination (IPCE)/ Accounting Technician Examination (ATE) under Regulation 28D of the Chartered Accountants Regulations, 1988

 

GROUP I

Paper 1 : Accounting

 

GROUP I

Paper 1 : Advanced Accounting

 

GROUP I : Paper1 : Accounting
and
GROUP II : Paper 5 : Advanced Accounting

 

GROUP I

Paper 2 : Auditing

 

GROUP I

Paper 2: Auditing and Assurance

 

GROUP II : Paper 6 : Auditing and Assurance

 

GROUP I

Paper 3 : Business & Corporate Laws

 

GROUP I

Paper 3: Law, Ethics and Communication

 

GROUP I : Paper 2 : Business Laws, Ethics and Communication

 

 

 

 

GROUP II

Paper 4: Cost Accounting and Financial Management

 

GROUP II

Paper 4: Cost Accounting and Financial Management

 

GROUP I : Paper 3 : Cost Accounting and Financial Management

 

GROUP II

Paper 5: Income Tax and Central Sales Tax

 

GROUP II

Paper 5: Taxation

 

GROUP I : Paper 4 : Taxation

 

GROUP II

Paper 6: Information Technology

 

GROUP II

Paper 6: Information Technology and Strategic Management

 

GROUP II : Paper 7 : Information Technology and Strategic Management

 

(8)Notwithstanding anything contained in sub-regulations (1) to (7) above, a candidate who has appeared in all the papers comprised in a group / unit and fails in one or more papers comprised in a group / unit but secures a minimum of 60 per cent of the marks in any paper or papers of that group shall be eligible to appear at any one or more of the immediately next three following examinations in the paper or papers in which he secured less than 60 per cent marks. He shall be declared to have passed in that group / unit if he secures at one sitting a minimum of 40 per cent marks in each of such papers and a minimum of 50 per cent of the total marks of all papers of that group / unit including the paper or papers in which he had secured a minimum of 60 per cent marks in the earlier examination referred to above. He shall not be eligible for any further exemption in the remaining paper(s) of that group / unit until he has exhausted the exemption already granted to him in that group / unit."

The implications of above paragraphs are clarified below for general information of candidates:

(a) That in order to derive benefit of this proviso, a candidate who has failed in a group/unit, should have secured a minimum of 60 marks in any paper/s of the group.

(b) That the above exemption is automatic and will be found indicated in the statement of marks issued to the candidate.

(c) That the marks of 60 or more secured in one or more papers mentioned in sub para (a) above are carried forward automatically for the immediately next three following examinations.

(d) That the candidates will be declared to have passed in the said group/unit in any one of the next three following examinations if he secures in a single sitting a minimum of 40 percent marks in each of the other papers and an aggregate of 50 percent marks. For the purpose of arriving at the aggregate as already stated in sub-paragraph (c) above, 60 marks or more secured earlier will also be taken into consideration.

(e) That the exemption will be granted only when a candidate is present in all the papers of the group/unit. The candidate is not eligible for any further exemption in that group/unit under this proviso in the next three following examinations ( i.e. till the validity of the exemption already granted).


(10) Surrender of Exemption
It has also been decided to allow the candidates to give option for surrendering the valid exemption already secured, in toto, in a paper or papers on the basis of 60 per cent marks, on the conditions that (i) exemption surrendered once shall be effective for all times to come for all the chances (i.e. up to a maximum of three immediate next examinations or all remaining chance/s and under no circumstances the candidates shall be allowed to claim the surrendered exemption in future; and (ii) on furnishing an affidavit to this effect and in the prescribed proforma (which can be obtained from the Institute on request) on a non-judicial stamp paper of the value as applicable in the respective State, candidates can exercise the option to surrender the exemption at any time during the currency of the validity of exemption but before the date prescribed for doing so i.e. 3rd September, 2010 in the case of November, 2010 examinations.}

A candidate who wants to surrender the valid exemption, in toto, secured in a paper or papers on the basis of 60 per cent marks in any of the immediate last three examinations (i.e. June 2009, November 2009 and May 2010) is advised in his own interest to write separately to the Additional Secretary (Examinations) informing him of his decision to surrender the exemption, in toto, along with a photocopy of the relevant Statement of Marks to enable the office to send further details in this regard and the proforma of the affidavit to be executed by the candidate. Candidates should note carefully that the surrender of exemption shall become effective only after furnishing the requisite affidavit and on issue of confirmation letter to this effect by the Institute.

Candidates are advised in their own interest, to send the letter for surrender of exemption separately by REGISTERED POST/ SPEED POST to the Additional Secretary (Exams) so as to reach him on or before 3rd September , 2010 and the same should not be enclosed along with the examination form. The Institute shall not accept the responsibility for any such request not received upto 3rd September , 2010 or sent along with the examination form in the same envelope. Candidates are also advised not to write about their intention/ decision to surrender the exemption in the examination form and no cognizance of such writing/noting/request in the examination form will be taken.

(11) Refund of Fees
The fee once paid by candidate shall not be refunded/adjusted under any circumstances and no correspondence in this regard shall be entertained. However failure in electronic transmission, double payments, lost transaction (after payment) will be considered for refund provided the request is received within 60 days of the last date of submission of the form for which you may write to ipce_examhelpline@icai.org alongwith the credit-card/Net-banking statement showing these transactions.

(12) In the event of furnishing any wrong information/declaration, the admission shall automatically become invalid.

(13) Verification Fees
The fee for verification of answer books is Rs.100/- per paper subject to a maximum of Rs.400/- for all the papers of a group/both groups/unit. The application essentially in the candidate"s own handwriting indicating Roll No., address, and paper(s) to be verified should be submitted within a month from the date of declaration of result. Typewritten applications are not entertained. There is no provision for re- valuation of papers. There is no standard application form. Request for verification will be considered only after the application in his/her own handwriting in Hindi language if the medium of examination was Hindi else in English language duly signed with requisite fee by way of DD in favour of the Secretary, The Institute of Chartered Accountants of India and payable at New Delhi has been received within one month from the date of declaration of result. Candidates should not write their email ids, Mobile/Landline Telephone numbers in such verification requests.
Though, it will be our endeavor to inform the outcome of verification exercise in respect of November, 2009 exam, as sought by the candidate latest by 20th October 2010 to the candidates, yet the same cannot be assured. However, all such candidates who do not receive the response by 20th October, 2010 are advised to write e-mail to Additional Secretary (Exams) at exam@icai.org for necessary action.
Candidates are advised to submit their examination form for the forthcoming examination, if they so wish, pending receipt of the outcome of verification of answer books of the immediate preceding examination i.e., May 2010.

(14) For any/all dispute(s) relating to examinations conducted by the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India, the Courts at Delhi shall have exclusive jurisdiction.

(15) Important Note for candidates:

Candidates are requested to ensure that all columns of the application are filled up correctly before the same is submitted online.

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