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Registration date for Common Proficiency Course has been extended till 4th April 2012, Keeping in mind the Closure of Banks on account of yearly closing on 31st of March 2012, ICAI came up with this extension of Registration date.
So Candidates who are willing to write Common Proficiency Test (CPT) in June 2012 and who haven’t Registered for Common Proficiency Course earlier have to Register themselves on or before 4th of April 2012
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8th July 2011: Board of Studies of ICAI in its official Announcement (BoS/Announcement/227/11) said:
In view of the closure of banks on account of half yearly closing on 30th September, 2011, the last date for registration for Common Proficiency Course (CPC) shall be 5th October, 2011 for being eligible to appear in the Common Proficiency Test (CPT) to be held in December, 2011.
Accordingly, students can submit the application form for Continue Reading
The Board of Studies, Council in its 306th Meeting held between 7-9th June decided that The last for Registering for IPCC May 2012 Attempt is Extended to 16th August 2011. So, Students are advised to Register for their IPCC course at their respective Chapter Offices on or before 16th August 2011 to be able to appear for May 2012 Examination. The Board of Studies also advised CPT passed students to go on with registration for IPCC and not to Continue Reading
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
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