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EDUCATION /Qualification:

1950: Stood first in BA (Hons), Economics, Punjab University, Chandigarh ,
1952; Stood first in MA (Economics), Punjab University , Chandigarh ,
1954; Wright’s Prize for distinguished performance at St John’s College, Cambridge,
1955 and 1957; Wrenbury scholar, University of Cambridge ,
1957; DPhil ( Oxford ), DLitt (Honoris Causa); PhD thesis on India ‘s export competitiveness

OCCUPATION /Teaching Experience :

Professor (Senior lecturer, Economics, 1957-59;
Reader, Economics, 1959-63;
Professor, Economics, Punjab University , Chandigarh , 1963-65;
Professor,International Trade, Delhi School of Economics,University of Delhi,1969-71 ;
Honorary professor, Jawaharlal Nehru University ,New Delhi,1976 and Delhi School of Economics, University of Delhi ,1996 and Civil Servant

Working Experience/ POSITIONS :

1971-72: Economic advisor, ministry of foreign trade
1972-76: Chief economic advisor, ministry of finance
1976-80: Director, Reserve Bank of India;
Director, Industrial Development Bank of India;
Alternate governor for India, Board of governors, Asian Development Bank;
Alternate governor for India, Board of governors, IBRD

November 1976 – April 1980: Secretary, ministry of finance (Department of economic affairs);
Member, finance, Atomic Energy Commission; Member,finance, Space Commission

April 1980 – September 15, 1982 : Member-secretary, Planning Commission

1980-83: Chairman , India Committee of the Indo-Japan joint study committee
September 16, 1982 – January 14, 1985 : Governor, Reserve Bank of India…

1982-85: Alternate Governor for India , Board of governors, International Monetary Fund

1983-84: Member, economic advisory council to the Prime Minister

1985: President, Indian Economic Association
January 15, 1985 – July 31, 1987 : Deputy Chairman, Planning Commission
August 1, 1987 – November 10, 19! 90: Secretary-general and commissioner,
south commission, Geneva
December 10, 1990 – March 14, 1991 : Advisor to the Prime Minister on economic affairs
March 15, 1991 – June 20, 1991 : Chairman, UGC
June 21, 1991 – May 15, 1996 : Union finance minister

October 1991: Elected to Rajya Sabha from Assam on Congress ticket

June 1995: Re-elected to Rajya Sabha

1996 onwards: Member, Consultative Committee for the ministry of finance

August 1, 1996 – December 4, 1997: Chairman, Parliamentary standing committee on commerce

March 21, 1998 onwards: Leader of the Opposition, Rajya Sabha

June 5, 1998 onwards: Member, committee on finance

August 13, 1998 onwards: Member, committee on rules

Aug 1998-2001: Member, committee of privileges 2000 onwards: Member, executive committee, Indian parliamentary group

June 2001: Re-elected to Rajya Sabha

Aug 2001 onwards: Member, general purposes committee

BOOKS:

India ‘s Export Trends and Prospects for Self-Sustained Growth –
Clarendon Press, Oxford University , 1964; also published a large number of articles in various economic journals.

OTHER ACCOMPLISHMENTS:

Adam Smith Prize, University of Cambridge , 1956

Padma Vibhushan, 1987

Euro money Award, Finance Minister of the Year, 1993;

Asia money Award, Finance Minister of the Year for Asia, 1993 and 1994

INTERNATIONAL ASSIGNMENTS:

1966: Economic Affairs Officer

1966-69: Chief, financing for trade section, UNCTAD

1972-74: Deputy for India in IMF Committee of Twenty on
International Monetary Reform

1977-79: Indian delegation to Aid-India Consortium Meetings

1980-82: Indo-Soviet joint planning group meeting

1982: Indo-Soviet monitoring group meeting

1993: Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting Cyprus 1993: Human Rights World Conference, Vienna

RECREATION :

Gymkhana Club, New Delhi; Life Member, India International Centre,
New Delhi

PERSONAL DETAIL:

Name: Dr Manmohan Singh

DOB: September 26, 1932

Place of Birth: Gah ( West Punjab )

Father: S. Gurmukh Singh

Mother: Mrs Amrit Kaur

Married on: September 14, 1958

Wife: Mrs Gursharan Kaur

Children: Three daughtersEDUCATION /Qualification:

1950: Stood first in BA (Hons), Economics, Punjab University, Chandigarh ,
1952; Stood first in MA (Economics), Punjab University , Chandigarh ,
1954; Wright’s Prize for distinguished performance at St John’s College, Cambridge,
1955 and 1957; Wrenbury scholar, University of Cambridge ,
1957; DPhil ( Oxford ), DLitt (Honoris Causa); PhD thesis on India ‘s export competitiveness

OCCUPATION /Teaching Experience :

Professor (Senior lecturer, Economics, 1957-59;
Reader, Economics, 1959-63;
Professor, Economics, Punjab University , Chandigarh , 1963-65;
Professor,International Trade, Delhi School of Economics,University of Delhi,1969-71 ;
Honorary professor, Jawaharlal Nehru University ,New Delhi,1976 and Delhi School of Economics, University of Delhi ,1996 and Civil Servant

Working Experience/ POSITIONS :

1971-72: Economic advisor, ministry of foreign trade
1972-76: Chief economic advisor, ministry of finance
1976-80: Director, Reserve Bank of India;
Director, Industrial Development Bank of India;
Alternate governor for India, Board of governors, Asian Development Bank;
Alternate governor for India, Board of governors, IBRD

November 1976 – April 1980: Secretary, ministry of finance (Department of economic affairs);
Member, finance, Atomic Energy Commission; Member,finance, Space Commission

April 1980 – September 15, 1982 : Member-secretary, Planning Commission

1980-83: Chairman , India Committee of the Indo-Japan joint study committee
September 16, 1982 – January 14, 1985 : Governor, Reserve Bank of India…

1982-85: Alternate Governor for India , Board of governors, International Monetary Fund

1983-84: Member, economic advisory council to the Prime Minister

1985: President, Indian Economic Association
January 15, 1985 – July 31, 1987 : Deputy Chairman, Planning Commission
August 1, 1987 – November 10, 19! 90: Secretary-general and commissioner,
south commission, Geneva
December 10, 1990 – March 14, 1991 : Advisor to the Prime Minister on economic affairs
March 15, 1991 – June 20, 1991 : Chairman, UGC
June 21, 1991 – May 15, 1996 : Union finance minister

October 1991: Elected to Rajya Sabha from Assam on Congress ticket

June 1995: Re-elected to Rajya Sabha

1996 onwards: Member, Consultative Committee for the ministry of finance

August 1, 1996 – December 4, 1997: Chairman, Parliamentary standing committee on commerce

March 21, 1998 onwards: Leader of the Opposition, Rajya Sabha

June 5, 1998 onwards: Member, committee on finance

August 13, 1998 onwards: Member, committee on rules

Aug 1998-2001: Member, committee of privileges 2000 onwards: Member, executive committee, Indian parliamentary group

June 2001: Re-elected to Rajya Sabha

Aug 2001 onwards: Member, general purposes committee

BOOKS:

India ‘s Export Trends and Prospects for Self-Sustained Growth –
Clarendon Press, Oxford University , 1964; also published a large number of articles in various economic journals.

OTHER ACCOMPLISHMENTS:

Adam Smith Prize, University of Cambridge , 1956

Padma Vibhushan, 1987

Euro money Award, Finance Minister of the Year, 1993;

Asia money Award, Finance Minister of the Year for Asia, 1993 and 1994

INTERNATIONAL ASSIGNMENTS:

1966: Economic Affairs Officer

1966-69: Chief, financing for trade section, UNCTAD

1972-74: Deputy for India in IMF Committee of Twenty on
International Monetary Reform

1977-79: Indian delegation to Aid-India Consortium Meetings

1980-82: Indo-Soviet joint planning group meeting

1982: Indo-Soviet monitoring group meeting

1993: Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting Cyprus 1993: Human Rights World Conference, Vienna

RECREATION :

Gymkhana Club, New Delhi; Life Member, India International Centre,
New Delhi

PERSONAL DETAIL:

Name: Dr Manmohan Singh

DOB: September 26, 1932

Place of Birth: Gah ( West Punjab )

Father: S. Gurmukh Singh

Mother: Mrs Amrit Kaur

Married on: September 14, 1958

Wife: Mrs Gursharan Kaur

Children: Three daughtersEDUCATION /Qualification:

1950: Stood first in BA (Hons), Economics, Punjab University, Chandigarh ,
1952; Stood first in MA (Economics), Punjab University , Chandigarh ,
1954; Wright’s Prize for distinguished performance at St John’s College, Cambridge,
1955 and 1957; Wrenbury scholar, University of Cambridge ,
1957; DPhil ( Oxford ), DLitt (Honoris Causa); PhD thesis on India ‘s export competitiveness

OCCUPATION /Teaching Experience :

Professor (Senior lecturer, Economics, 1957-59;
Reader, Economics, 1959-63;
Professor, Economics, Punjab University , Chandigarh , 1963-65;
Professor,International Trade, Delhi School of Economics,University of Delhi,1969-71 ;
Honorary professor, Jawaharlal Nehru University ,New Delhi,1976 and Delhi School of Economics, University of Delhi ,1996 and Civil Servant

Working Experience/ POSITIONS :

1971-72: Economic advisor, ministry of foreign trade
1972-76: Chief economic advisor, ministry of finance
1976-80: Director, Reserve Bank of India;
Director, Industrial Development Bank of India;
Alternate governor for India, Board of governors, Asian Development Bank;
Alternate governor for India, Board of governors, IBRD

November 1976 – April 1980: Secretary, ministry of finance (Department of economic affairs);
Member, finance, Atomic Energy Commission; Member,finance, Space Commission

April 1980 – September 15, 1982 : Member-secretary, Planning Commission

1980-83: Chairman , India Committee of the Indo-Japan joint study committee
September 16, 1982 – January 14, 1985 : Governor, Reserve Bank of India…

1982-85: Alternate Governor for India , Board of governors, International Monetary Fund

1983-84: Member, economic advisory council to the Prime Minister

1985: President, Indian Economic Association
January 15, 1985 – July 31, 1987 : Deputy Chairman, Planning Commission
August 1, 1987 – November 10, 19! 90: Secretary-general and commissioner,
south commission, Geneva
December 10, 1990 – March 14, 1991 : Advisor to the Prime Minister on economic affairs
March 15, 1991 – June 20, 1991 : Chairman, UGC
June 21, 1991 – May 15, 1996 : Union finance minister

October 1991: Elected to Rajya Sabha from Assam on Congress ticket

June 1995: Re-elected to Rajya Sabha

1996 onwards: Member, Consultative Committee for the ministry of finance

August 1, 1996 – December 4, 1997: Chairman, Parliamentary standing committee on commerce

March 21, 1998 onwards: Leader of the Opposition, Rajya Sabha

June 5, 1998 onwards: Member, committee on finance

August 13, 1998 onwards: Member, committee on rules

Aug 1998-2001: Member, committee of privileges 2000 onwards: Member, executive committee, Indian parliamentary group

June 2001: Re-elected to Rajya Sabha

Aug 2001 onwards: Member, general purposes committee

BOOKS:

India ‘s Export Trends and Prospects for Self-Sustained Growth –
Clarendon Press, Oxford University , 1964; also published a large number of articles in various economic journals.

OTHER ACCOMPLISHMENTS:

Adam Smith Prize, University of Cambridge , 1956

Padma Vibhushan, 1987

Euro money Award, Finance Minister of the Year, 1993;

Asia money Award, Finance Minister of the Year for Asia, 1993 and 1994

INTERNATIONAL ASSIGNMENTS:

1966: Economic Affairs Officer

1966-69: Chief, financing for trade section, UNCTAD

1972-74: Deputy for India in IMF Committee of Twenty on
International Monetary Reform

1977-79: Indian delegation to Aid-India Consortium Meetings

1980-82: Indo-Soviet joint planning group meeting

1982: Indo-Soviet monitoring group meeting

1993: Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting Cyprus 1993: Human Rights World Conference, Vienna

RECREATION :

Gymkhana Club, New Delhi; Life Member, India International Centre,
New Delhi

PERSONAL DETAIL:

Name: Dr Manmohan Singh

DOB: September 26, 1932

Place of Birth: Gah ( West Punjab )

Father: S. Gurmukh Singh

Mother: Mrs Amrit Kaur

Married on: September 14, 1958

Wife: Mrs Gursharan Kaur

Children: Three daughters

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ICAI Revised syllabus of selected papers of Intermediate and Final Courses


Important Announcement

 

Sub: Revision of syllabus of

Group – I – Paper- 4 – Taxation – Part – II and
Group – II – Paper – 7 – Section A: Information Technology of
Intermediate (IPC) Course; and

Group – II – Paper – 6 Information Systems Control and Audit and
Group – II – Paper – 8 – Indirect Tax Laws of Final Course.
—————
As per the decision of the Council taken at its 324th held in March, 2013, it is
notified for information of students and the public at large that the examination in
the following papers effective from November 2014 examination and onwards shall
be held as per the revised syllabus, as specified by the Council in terms of its
authority as vested in Regulation 28E (3) and 31(iii) in respect of Intermediate
(IPC)/Accounting Technician Examination and Final Examination respectively.
Intermediate (IPC) Examination/
Accounting Technician Examination
(ATE) under Regulation 28E (3) of the
Chartered Accountants Regulations,
1988.
Paper 4:
Part I : No change
Part II: Taxation i.e. Service Tax (25
Marks) and VAT (25 Marks)
Paper 7: Section A: Information
Technology (50 Marks)
Final Examination under Regulation 31(iii) of the Chartered Accountants
Regulations, 1988
Paper 6: Information Systems Control
and Audit (100 Marks)
Paper: 8: Indirect Tax Laws (100 Marks)
The detailed Revised Syllabi in respect of aforesaid papers of Intermediate
(IPC) and Final Examinations are hereby attached for the information of students
and general public.
It is clarified that there is no change in the syllabus of remaining papers of
Intermediate (IPC) Course and Final Course, except as specified above.
Director, Board of Studies
INTERMEDIATE (IPC), GROUP I, PAPER 4: TAXATION
Syllabus
PART II – INDIRECT TAXES (50 MARKS)
Objective:
To develop an understanding of the basic concepts of the different types of indirect taxes and to
acquire the ability to analyse the significant provisions of service tax.
1. Introduction to excise duty, customs duty, central sales tax and VAT – Constitutional
aspects, Basic concepts relating to levy, taxable event and related provisions
2. Significant provisions of service tax
(i). Constitutional Aspects
(ii) Basic Concepts and General Principles
(iii) Charge of service tax including negative list of services
(iv) Point of taxation of services
(v) Exemptions and Abatements
(vi) Valuation of taxable services
(vii) Invoicing for taxable services
(viii) Payment of service tax
(ix) Registration
(x) Furnishing of returns
(xi) CENVAT Credit [Rule 1 -9 of CENVAT Credit Rules, 2004]
Note – If new legislations are enacted in place of the existing legislations the syllabus will
accordingly include the corresponding provisions of such new legislations in place of the existing
legislations with effect from the date to be notified by the Institute. Students shall not be examined
with reference to any particular State VAT Law.
Intermediate (IPC), Group-II, Paper-7A: Information Technology
Paper – 7A: Information Technology (50 Marks)
Syllabus
Level of Knowledge: Working Knowledge
Objective: “To develop understanding of Information Technology as a key enabler and facilitator of
implementing Information Systems in enterprises and their impact on business processes and controls”.
Contents
1. Business Process Management & IT
 Introduction to various Business processes – Accounting, Finances, Sale, Purchase etc.
 Business Process Automation – Benefits & Risks
 Approach to mapping systems : Entity Diagrams, Data Flow Diagrams, Systems Flow
diagrams, Decision trees/tables, 
 Accounting systems vs. Value chain automation, Information as a business asset
 Impact of IT on business processes, Business Risks of failure of IT
 Business Process Re-engineering

2. Information Systems and IT Fundamentals
 Understand importance of IT in business and relevance to Audit with case studies.
 Understand working of computers and networks in business process automation from
business information perspective
 Concepts of Computing (Definition provided by ACM/IEEE and overview of related
terminologies) 
 Overview of IS Layers – Applications, DBMS, systems software, hardware, networks &
links and people
 Overview of Information Systems life cycle and key phases
 Computing Technologies & Hardware – Servers, end points, popular computing
architectures, emerging computing architectures & delivery models – example: SaaS, Cloud
Computing, Mobile computing, etc.
 Example: Overview of latest devices/technologies – i5, Bluetooth, Tablet, Wi-Fi, Android,
Touchpad, iPad, iPod, Laptop, Notebook, Smartphone, Ultra- Mobile PC etc.)

3. Telecommunication and Networks
 Fundamentals of telecommunication 
 Components and functions of Telecommunication Systems
 Data networks – types of architecture, LAN, WAN, Wireless, private and public
networks etc.
 Overview of computing architectures – centralised, de-centralised, mainframe, clientserver,
thin-thick client etc.
 Network Fundamentals – Components, Standards and protocols, Network risks &
controls – VPN, Encryption, Secure protocols,
 Network administration and management – concepts and issues
 How information systems are facilitated through telecommunications.
 How Internet works, Internet architecture, key concepts, risks and controls
 e-Commerce and M-commerce technologies

4. Business Information Systems
 Information Systems and their role in businesses
 IT as a business enabler & driver – ERP, Core Banking System, CRM, SCM, HRMS,
Payment Mechanisms
 The relationship between organisations, information systems and business processes
 Accounting Information Systems and linkages to Operational systems
 Business Reporting, MIS & IT
 Organisation Roles & responsibilities and table or authorities, importance of access
controls, privilege controls
 Specialised systems – MIS, DSS, Business Intelligence, Expert Systems, Artificial
Intelligence, Knowledge Management systems etc.

5. Business process automation through Application software
 Business Applications – overview and types
 Business Process Automation, relevant controls and information systems
 Information Processing & Delivery channels and their role in Information Systems
 Key types of Application Controls and their need
 Emerging concepts – Virtualisation, Grid Computing, Cloud delivery model
Final Course, Group-II, Paper-6:
Information Systems Control and Audit
(One Paper – Three Hours – 100 Marks)
Syllabus
Level of Knowledge: Advanced Knowledge
Objective: “To develop competencies and skill-sets in evaluation of controls and relevant evidence
gathering in an IT environment using IT tools and techniques for effective and efficient performance of
accounting, assurance and compliance services provided by a Chartered Accountant”.
Contents
1. Concepts of Governance and Management of Information Systems
Governance, Risk and compliance and relationship between governance and management.
Role of information technology and IS Strategy in business strategy, operations and control , business
value from use of IT, business impact of IS risks different types of Information Systems Risks, IS Risk
management overview, IT Compliance overview – Role and responsibilities of top management as regards
IT-GRC. Role of Information Systems Assurance. Overview of Governance of Enterprise IT and COBIT
2. Information Systems Concepts
Overview of information systems in IT environment and practical aspects of application of information
systems in enterprise processes. Information as a key business asset and its relation to business
objectives, business processes and relative importance of information systems from strategic and
operational perspectives. Various types of business applications, overview of underlying IT technologies.
3. Protection of Information Systems
Need for protection of Information systems, types of controls, IT general controls, logical access controls &
application controls. Technologies and security management features, IS Security Policies, procedures,
practices, standards and guidelines, IT controls and control objectives, Role of technology systems in
control monitoring, segregation of duties. Impact of IT controls on Internal controls over financial reporting,
cyber frauds and control failures.
4. Business Continuity Planning and Disaster recovery planning
Assessing Business Continuity Management, Business Impact Analysis and Business Continuity Plans,
Disaster recovery from perspective of going concern, Recovery Strategies
5. Acquisition, Development and Implementation of Information Systems (SDLC)
Business process design (integrated systems, automated, and manual interfaces), Software procurement,
RFP process, evaluation of IT proposals, computing ROI, Computing Cost of IT implementation and cost
benefit analysis, systematic approach to SDLC and review of SDLC controls at different stages.
6. Auditing & Information Systems
Different types of IS audit and assurance engagements. Evaluating IT dependencies for audit planning.
Overview of continuous auditing. Auditing Information Systems- Approach methodology, and standards for
auditing information systems. IS Audit planning, performing an IS audit, rules of digital evidence, best
practices and standards for IS audit.
Reviewing General Controls, Application Controls, Application control reviews: Review of controls at
various levels/layers such as: Parameters, user creation, granting of access rights, input, processing and
output controls.
7. Information Technology Regulatory issues
Overview of Specific section of IT Act 2008 & Rules as relevant for assurance: Electronic Contracting,
digital signatures, cyber offences, etc. Need for systems audit as per various regulations such as: SEBI
Clause 49 listing requirements and internal controls, systems control & audit requirements as per RBI,
SEBI, IRDA. Concepts of Cyber forensics/Cyber Fraud investigation, Overview of Information Security
Standards ISO 27001, ISAE 3402/SA 402, ITIL
8. Emerging Technology: Overview of Cloud Computing, Software as a Service, Mobile Computing &
BYOD, Web 2.0 & social media, Green IT and related security and audit issues
FINAL GROUP II
PAPER 8 : INDIRECT TAX LAWS
(One paper – Three hours – 100 marks)
Syllabus
Level of Knowledge: Advanced knowledge
Objectives:
(a) To gain advanced knowledge of the principles of the laws relating to central excise,
service tax and customs
(b) To acquire the ability to apply the knowledge of the provisions of the above-mentioned
laws to various situations in actual practice
Contents:
Section A: Central Excise (25 marks)
Central Excise Act, 1944 and the Central Excise Tariff Act, 1985
Section B: Service Tax (50 marks)
Law relating to service tax as contained in the Finance Act, 1994 as amended from time to time
Section C: Customs and Foreign Trade Policy (25 marks)
Customs Act, 1962, Customs Tariff Act, 1975 and Foreign Trade Policy to the extent relevant to the
Customs Law
Note – If new legislations are enacted in place of the existing legislations relating to central excise,
customs and service tax, the syllabus will accordingly include such new legislations in place of the
existing legislations with effect from the date to be notified by the Institute.

 

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FAQs on, supply of certified copies/inspection of evaluated answer books by ICAI


Please note that this paper is merely an attempt to provide answers to questions on the
subject, posed to us, by the candidates from time to time, to the extent possible and with
reference to the extant scheme of examination. However, this compilation is neither
exhaustive not does it purport to be a source of complete information on the subject.
Hence, candidates are advised, in their own interest, to refer to the announcement
dated 19
th January 2012 hosted on http://www.icai.org, besides referring to the Chartered
Accountants Regulations, 1988.
1. I want to apply for certified copies/inspection of my evaluated answer books.
How do I proceed?
You can apply in the prescribed format and send the same along with the demand
draft for the amount of fees applicable, ( i.e. Rs 500/- per paper) at the following
address, by speed post or registered post:
The Additional Secretary (Exams)
The Institute of Chartered Accountants of India
ICAI Bhawan
Indraprastha Marg
New Delhi 110 002
Your application should reach us within 75 days from the date of declaration of result
of the relevant exam.
Please superscribe the envelope with the name of the exam, i.e Final or PCE or IPCE
as the case may be.
You can also submit your application after 75 days are over, with a late fee of Rs
250/- per paper, upto 90 days from the date of declaration of results.
For the prescribed format/more details, refer to the announcement dated 19
th January
2012 on the subject hosted on http://www.icai.org.
2. When do I get the copies of the answer books, once I submit an application?
We endeavour to provide you the certified copies of your answer books within 30
days from the date of receipt of your application at ICAI. However, applications for
verification of marks are handled on priority. Applications for certified copies are
handled thereafter. Hence, there could be some delay, in case you have applied for
both.
3. Can I submit my application for certified copies online?
Yes. You can submit your application on-line at http://icaiexam.icai.org (For
PCE/IPCE/Final) and also pay the applicable fees online by debit/credit card,
master/visa/maestro, or by post.

There is no difference in the amount of fees payable, between the two channels.
However, we encourage you to submit your applications online, since, it expedites the
process.
4. Why should I use the portal?
Submission of application for certified copies/inspection and making payment of fees
on-line is more convenient. You also save on the time and money spent on
purchasing a draft, as also postage for despatch. You are also sure that your
transaction is successful.
5. I have already applied for inspection/certified copies of my evaluated answer
books. Can the same application be treated as an application for verification
also?
No. An application by an examinee seeking inspection of his/her evaluated answer
books and/or certified copies thereof is independent of and distinct from an
application made by him/her for verification of marks under the existing Regulation
39(4) of the Chartered Accountants Regulations, 1988.
An application for inspection/certified copies is not treated as a verification
application.
6. Can I apply for verification after I inspect/get copies of my evaluated answer
books?
By the time you get your certified copies of answer books, the time limit for applying
for verification of marks, which is one month from the date of declaration of result,
may be over.
Hence, you may make a separate application for verification of answer books,
without waiting for inspection/certified copies of answer books.
7. Can I apply for, both, verification as well as inspection/copies of my evaluated
answer books?
Yes. You can apply for both verification as well as inspection/copies of your
evaluated answer books by following the prescribed procedure. However, in case you
send them by post, do not send both the applications together in the same envelope.
Send them by separate envelopes. Take care to superscribe the envelope with the
name of the examination, the application relates to.
8. Is it necessary that my application for certified copies of answer books should be
handwritten?
Yes. Your application seeking certified copies of answer books should be in your
own handwriting and duly signed by you. In case you are a Hindi medium candidate,
your application should be in Hindi. In case you are applying on-line you will be
required to upload scanned copy of your signed handwritten request.

 

9. Is it necessary to submit the Declaration, contained in the prescribed
application?
Yes. The Declaration in the prescribed format duly signed by you, should be sent
along with the application. Failure to submit the same may result in correspondence
and delay in getting the copies of answer books. In case you are applying on-line you
will be required to upload scanned copy of the duly signed Declaration.
10. How do I come to know whether copies of answer books have been dispatched to
me?
You can check the status of your application for certified copies ( whether on-line or
physical ) at http://icaiexam.icai.org .
You can also send an email at the following email IDs, as per the exam:
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You can also contact on the following telephone numbers:
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RANK HOLDERS OF IPCC MAY 13 RESULT


CA IPCC Top Rank Holders of May 2013 Attempt as declared by ICAI is Sakshi Sanjay Gupta (Rank 1) from Mumbai,Himanshu Nemichand Agrawal & K N V V Upendra (Joint Rank 2) from Surat and Vuyyuru respectively & Ronak Baphna (Rank 3) from Vadodara. 50 Ranks are awarded by ICAI at the CA IPCC Level. The marks of Top 3 Rank Holders are shared below

Particulars

Rank 1

Joint Rank 2

Joint Rank 2

Rank 3

Name

Sakshi Sanjay Gupta

Himanshu Nemichand Agrawal

K N V V Upendra

Ronak Baphna

Roll No.

315703

351315

363188

360701

Marks

568

565

565

559

Percentage

81.14%

80.71%

80.71%

79.86%

City

Mumbai

Surat

Vuyyuru

Vadodara

Phone No

09920262329

07878841101

09866677736

08460278334

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