Updated: September 20, 2021 9:55:32 am
ICAI CA intermediate result 2021: The The Institute of Chartered Accountants of India (ICAI) has announced the ICAI CA intermediate result of both old and new course today. The CA intermediate exams were held in July this year. Candidates can check the notification on the official website – icai.org.
Arrangements have been made for the candidates of intermediate examination (old course & new course) who had registered on the official website by September 17 to get their result via e-mail.
In the Intermediate (IPC) old course, Mumbai girl Priti Nandan Kamat has emerged as the topper with 388/700 marks. Arjun Mehra from Delhi has topped the CA Intermediate (new course) examination with 674/800 marks.
Mahin Naim from Delhi has secured second rank in new course with 635/800 marks, followed by Sudeepta Benya from Bangalore with 624/800 marks at the third rank.
Results of the Chartered Accountants Intermediate Examination (Old course & New Course) held in July 2021 declared
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How to check the ICAI CA intermediate result:
Step 1: Visit the official website of ICAI
Step 2: Log in with necessary credentials
Step 3: The result will be displayed on the screen
Step 4: Download and take a printout for further references.
In January 2021 session, Avilash Gaurav from Guwahati had topped the old Intermediate (IPC) Examination with 63.86 per cent. had He scored 447 marks out of the total 700. In the new course of Chartered Accountants (CA) intermediate exam, Girish Aswani from Ajmer had topped the exam with 86.13 per cent, scoring 689 out of 800 marks. He was followed by Naman Maheshwari with 79.13 per cent and Ayush Gupta with 79 per cent at second and third places, respectively.
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