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Dilip Kumar

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What is New Accounting Technician Course (conducted by ICAI)


Accounting Technician Course:

Certified Accounting Technician course is offered by ICAI (The Institute of Chartered Accountants of India) where Student has to undergo a Study Course of 9 Months (after Passing CPT Exam), 35 hours of Orientation Programme and 100 Hours of Information Technology Training (ITT). After completing the above said period, Program and Training he has to register for ATC Exam which is First group in IPCC, after passing Continue Reading

Notification on Termination / Transfer of Articles


Board of Studies Notification on Termination and Transfer of Articles came after some observation on the timing of Submission of Form. 109, which is being submitted before the formal approval of the Institute. On this Note Institute Released a Notice which says that Any Submission of Form 109 signed by the Principal before the Prior Approval of Institute regarding the Transfer and Termination is not taken into the Records. So, Article Assistants Continue Reading

Who can wright CA Exam (Who is Eligible to wright CA CPT)


New Notification Regarding Eligibility to write CA-CPT and Who can directly write IPCC without wrighting CA-CPT

A Student who has passed 10th Standard conducted by an examining body recognized by the central govt. or any other exam recognized by the govt. as its equivalent thereto is Eligible to Register for the CA Course and has to Register for CA-CPT. Though the Student is eligible for writing the Exam only after appearing or Passing 12th Continue Reading



The Institute is facing some technical issues for conducting the online examination and next notification will be issued as soon as possible. The Dy Director for the Board of Examination Dr. Paramasivan has announced that though the Pencil mode examination will continue to be held in June and December in the normal Course.

Source: ICAI’s official Website

Full Forms of CPT, IPCC, ITT, CPE, PCC, etc


CPT – Common Proficiency Test

CPE – Common Proficiency Exam

CPC – Common Proficiency Course

IPCC – Integrated Professional Competence Course

IPCE- Integrated Professional Competence Exam

PCC – Professional Competence Course

PCE – Professional Competence Exam

ATC- Accounting Technician Course

ITT – Information Technology Training

GMCS- General Management And Communication Skills

CA – Chartered Accountancy , Chartered Accountant

ACA – Associate Continue Reading

CPT Fee Structure


CPT Fee Structure (For Indian Students) (Amt in Rs.)

Cost of CPT Prospectus                                              – 100/-

CPT Registration Fee                                                  – 6000/-

CPT Exam Fee                                                            – 400/-

Subscription for Student Journal (Optional)                  – 200/-

Subscription for Members Journal (Optional)               – Continue Reading

How to Apply for CA CPT Course


Any Interested Students who are willing to take up CA as their Profession, they can take a Registration form (Click here to download) or physically buy a Registration form from the nearest Branch office (Chapter office) of the ICAI.

For the Details about Phone Numbers and Addresses of your nearest Chapter office CLICK HERE

For the Details of CPT- Fee Structure CLICK HERE

Fill up the Application form and enclose the same along with the Following Continue Reading

CPT Exam Is Not Compulsory For All The Degree Holders


New Official Notification Regarding Eligibility to write CA-CPT and Who can directly write IPCC without wrighting CA-CPT

Common Proficiency Course usually known as CPT or CPC is an Entry Level Course in Chartered Accountancy Course. So anyone looking to take up CA as their Profession should pass through this level. Unlike previously adopted practice where the B.Com or Above qualification gives an option of directly Writing the Second Level i.e., Continue Reading

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