Updated: August 9, 2021 8:46:46 am
The Institute of Chartered Accountants of India has extended the registration deadline for the ICAI CA Foundation Exam 2021 scheduled to be held in the December session. A notice regarding the same has been published on the official website of the institute at icai.org.
Important Announcement regarding Extension of time period for admission in Foundation Course for appearing in ICAI Chartered Accountancy Foundation Examination to be held in December 2021.
— Institute of Chartered Accountants of India – ICAI (@theicai) August 7, 2021
Candidates will now be allowed to register for the ICAI CA December foundation exam till August 16. However, these students will be required to send their class 12 examination mark sheets to the Additional Secretary, Examination Department of the institute by September 10.
The institute had earlier announced a special provision for CA aspirants in some cities of Maharashtra. Students who were affected by the floods will be allowed to appear for exams at a later date. The announcement had come after students were unable to appear for the exam schedule on July 24 due to weather conditions. The fresh dates were to be announced after July 30.
“ICAI has been informed about the adverse weather conditions in the cities of Ichalkaranji, Kolhapur, Ratnagiri, Sangli and Satara. Due to exceptional natural calamities and circumstances beyond the control of the examinees of the entry-level examination, it has been decided that an opportunity be given to the examinees who are absent in the Foundation examination, Paper – 1, Principles and Practice of Accounting only held on July 24, 2021, to write the said paper on a date which will be intimated after the conclusion of Foundation Examination i.e. July 30, 2021,” the official statement by ICAI read.
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