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How to Check CA CPT, IPCC and CA Final Result Nov/Dec 20 without Roll Number/Hall Ticket Number/ Admit Card. Recently ICAI declared CA CPT and CA Final result. To check your result, you need to enter your Roll number and PIN or Registration number. It is not possible to check CA exam result without roll number. If you forget your hall ticket number or If you lost your admit card, don’t worry !!  You can easily download your admit card again. Here we are providing simple steps to download your CA CPT, IPCC or CA Final admit card How to Download CPT, IPCC or CA Final Admit Card to Check Result Steps to download CA admit card: Go to http://icaiexam.icai.org/index1.php Login with your Login ID and Password. (Login ID is your Registration Number) Click on the link " View Admit Card " Click Continue Your admit card will be displayed on the screen. Print it. I Forgot My Login Password. How to Get My Password? It is also very easy to get your login password to your email. Just follow below steps to get your login password to your email. 1. Go to ICAI official website: http://icaiexam.icai.org/index1.php 2. Click on the link ” Forgot...

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Revaluation Procedure CA Final/IPCC/Foundation – Nov 2019 Exams CA Final Nov 2019 result will be declared on January 2020 by ICAI and CA IPCC/Intermediate Nov 2019 results are expected to be out on  Last Week of January 2020. If you have doubt with your CA exam marks you can go for Revaluation.

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Get all the updates on CA Final Nov 19 Results, Pass Percentage, & Toppers List.

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CA Final Nov 2019 results are declared on 13th August by ICAI and CA IPCC/Intermediate Nov 2019 results are expected to be out by the third week of January 2020. If you have doubt with your CA exam marks you can go for Revaluation of CA Final / CA Inter Marks & can also get Certified copies of Answer sheets.

Start Date : 14-08-2019 (11:00 Hrs)

End Date : 11-08-2019

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CA Final Toppers Merit List Marks and Photos Nov 2019. ICAI conducts CA Final exams in the month of May and November. Students who have written CA Final exam Nov 2019, eagerly waiting for their ICAI results. The result date of CA Final of Nov 2019 exams is Thursday, the 16th January, 2020 (evening) / Friday, the 17th January 2020.

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Searching how you can prepare for CA Final? Here you can find information regarding CA Final subjects and how you can prepare for them.

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Examination DepartmentThe Institute of Chartered Accountants of India18th January, 2021IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENTSubject: Change of Examination Centre for January / February 2021. It is hereby informed that due to unavoidable circumstances, examination centre at Kolkata (West Bengal), as per details given below has been changed.Details are as follows: S. No. City(State) Shifted from(Existing Venue) Shifted to(New Venue) Remarks 1. Kolkata(West Bengal) Women's College, CalcuttaP - 29, Kshirode Vidya Vinod AvenueKOLKATA - 700003WEST BENGAL Beleghata Santi Sangha Vidyayatan for Boys (H.S)1/4, Barawaritala RoadNear Rashmoni BazarKOLKATA - 700010WEST BENGAL For All Students Accordingly, candidates are advised to take a note of the above mentioned change in venue and appear in their examination/s, at the new venue(s) as mentioned above.Such candidates may note that admit cards already issued for January / February Examination, 2021 will remain valid for the new venue also. All other details remain unchanged.The Candidates are further advised to note the above and stay in touch with the website of the Institute, www.icai.org. (S. K. Garg)Additional Secretary (Examinations)

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CA Final exams are never easy. It is one of the toughest exams and students need to undertake a more strategic and structured approach in order to realize their dream of adding the prefix of "CA" to their names. So, here is a preparation strategy for CA Final Group 1 for Nov'21 Exam in 4 months.

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CA Final exams are never easy. It is one of the toughest exams and students need to undertake a more strategic and structured approach in order to realize their dream of adding the prefix of "CA" to their names. So, here is a preparation strategy for CA Final Group 2 for Nov'21 Exam in 4 months.

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CPA (Certified Public Accountant) is a globally-recognized public accounting qualification. AICPA (American Institute of CPAs) certifies CPAs to be trusted financial advisors to help businesses, individuals and other organizations to reach their financial goals. Candidates can earn this certification as a part of Career Growth. CPA comprises 4 exam parts which can be cleared by candidates (most of whom are working professionals) within 12 months. The minimum eligibility criteria for CPA exams are university graduation. In India, CPAs have career opportunities with all of the Big 4 and most MNCs. What is the Scope of CPA in India? There are many US firms worldwide, and more and more accountancy related assignments are being out sourced to India . We have many US companies now in India, so the job scope is good. Companies like Deloitte, EY, Amazon, Synchrony, Invesco and so many more frequently hire in India. Important Read: CPA- Career Alternative for Commerce Students What Does a CPA do? Certified Public Accountants work in a wide range of professions. You can find them in banking, financial services, government jobs, and education. However, most CPAs are employed in public accounting or corporate accounting. What are the eligibility requirements for US CPA?...

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CPA (Certified Public Accountant) is a globally-recognized public accounting qualification. AICPA (American Institute of CPAs) certifies CPAs to be trusted financial advisors to help businesses, individuals and other organizations to reach their financial goals. Candidates can earn this certification as a part of Career Growth. CPA comprises 4 exam parts which can be cleared by candidates (most of whom are working professionals) within 12 months. In India, CPAs have career opportunities with all of the Big 4 and most MNCs. Eligibility in India Unlike Indian and International Professional Qualifications which do not require any university education, US CPA mandates a university degree as an eligibility criteria. And the four CPA exam parts complement university education to ensure candidates are ready for the profession. The minimum eligibility criteria for CPA exams are university graduation. Important Read: CPA - Eligibility | Exam Pattern | Fees | Jobs CPA Exams in India After a successful pilot testing of the CPA exam in India during 2020, the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) and National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) have decided to switch to continuous CPA Exam testing from January 1, 2021. This will ensure greater convenience for Indian CPA candidates who were...

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CPA (Certified Public Accountant) is a globally-recognized public accounting qualification. AICPA (American Institute of CPAs) certifies CPAs to be trusted financial advisors to help businesses, individuals and other organizations to reach their financial goals. Candidates can earn this certification as a part of Career Growth. CPA comprises 4 exam parts which can be cleared by candidates (most of whom are working professionals) within 12 months. The minimum eligibility criteria for CPA exams are university graduation. In India, CPAs have career opportunities with all of the Big 4 and most MNCs. Important Read: CPA - Eligibility | Exam Pattern | Fees | Jobs Program Curriculum Exam I: Financial Accounting & Reporting (FAR) Syllabus: Conceptual Framework, Standard Setting and presentation of Financial Statements (17-23%) Financial Statement Accounts: Recognition, Measurement, Valuation, Calculation, Presentation and Disclosures (27-33%) Specific Transactions, Events and Disclosures: Recognition, Measurement, Valuation, Calculation, Presentation, and Disclosures (27% - 33%) Governmental Accounting and Reporting (8% - 12%) Not-for-Profit (Nongovernmental) Accounting and Reporting (8%-12%) Duration- 4 hour Exam Question Pattern- 66 multiple choice questions (50% Weightage) & 9 short task-based simulations (50% Weightage) Exam II: Auditing and Attestation (AUD) Syllabus:           Engagement Acceptance & understanding the environment (12-16%) Understanding the entity and its environment (16-20%)...

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