CA CPT June 2017 Eligibility
Eligibility requirements to appear in CA CPT June 2017 :
I. A candidate shall be eligible to appear in Common Proficiency Test in June, 2017 if he / she has :
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 );
* As per a recent Juneision of the Council of the ICAI, candidates with certain higher qualifications are also eligible to appear in the CPT.
CA CPT June 2010 Eligibility
Eligibility requirements to appear in CA CPT June 2010.
- A candidate shall be eligible to appear in Common Proficiency Test June 2010 to be held on 20th June 2010, if he has:
- Either passed the Senior Secondary Examination (10+2 examination) or its equivalent or must have appeared in the Senior Secondary Examination (10+2 examination) or its equivalent of a recognized Institution, and
- Registered for CPT Course with Board of Studies of ICAI on or before 1st April 2010.
- A candidate who is already registered for Professional Education-I Course with Board of Studies of ICAI and switched over to CPT course on or before 1st April 2010 will also be eligible to appear in June CPT.
Requirement for Passing the Common Proficiency Test
A candidate shall ordinarily be declared to have passed the Common Proficiency Test if he obtains at one sitting a minimum of 50 percent marks in the aggregate of all the four subjects/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. 1/4 (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 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.
CPT June 2010 Eligibility