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CA final and CPT result on 15th jan

The result of the Chartered Accountants Final Examination held in November, 2013 and Common
Proficiency Test (CPT) held in December, 2013 are likely to be declared on Wednesday, the 15
January, 2014 around 2.00 P.M. and the same as well as the merit list (candidates securing a minimum
of 55% and above marks and upto the maximum of 50
Rank in the case of Final Examination and
candidates securing a minimum of 60% and above marks and upto the maximum of 10
Rank in the case
of Common Proficiency Test and in accordance with the decision of the Examination Committee) on all
India basis will be available on the following website:
Arrangements have also been made for the students of Final Examination and Common Proficiency
Test (CPT) desirous of having results on their e-mail addresses to register their requests at the above
website, i.e., http://www.caresults.nic.in from 10
January, 2014. All those registering their requests
will be provided their results through e-mail on the e-mail addresses registered as above immediately after
the declaration of the result.
In addition to above, it may be noted that for accessing the result at the above website i.e.
http://www.caresults.nic.in the student shall have to enter his registration no. and/or PIN no. alongwith his
roll number.
Further, facilities have been made for students of Final Examination and Common Proficiency Test
(CPT) held in November/December, 2013 desirous of knowing their results with marks on SMS. The service
will be available through India Times.
For getting results through SMS, students should type:
i) for Final Examination result the following
CAFNL(space)XXXXXX (Where XXXXXX is the six digit Final examination roll number of the
e.g. CAFNL 000028
ii) for Common Proficiency Test result the following
CACPT(Space)XXXXXX (Where XXXXXX is the six digit Common Proficiency Test roll
number of the candidate
e.g. CACPT 000171
and send the message to:
58888 – for all mobile services – India Times


Tips for passing CPT Dec 2013

(share it to help others )

Here, I have given 7 most important tips for CPT Exam. Kindly consider to crack CPT in first shot.

1) Most IMP: Remember you will have to get at least 30% in all subject, so till last attempt, generally CPT students were leaving Matches & statistic totally, but you cannot do so as 30% rule is applicable. 

2) Accounting: Accounting is the scoring subject for CPT exam. If your account is well then your chances of cracking CPT is very high. In Accounting before starting revision of chapters/sums, first study whole theory of that chapter and then solve at least 1 or 2 questions from examples.

3) Mercantile Law: Prepare Mercantile Law thoroughly, don’t miss any topic, refer all the acts applicability date & definition. Because it was the only scoring subject after accounts. Contract Act is important one.

4) Economics: In economics 1st complete Macroeconomics then go for micro economics. Macro Economics is also very scoring.

5) Quantitative Aptitude (Math’s & Statistics): In Mathematics, first do the easy chapters which you had learned in school during 8, 9, and 10; In Statistics, don’t miss Differentiation and integration, Correlation and regression and theoretical distribution as these are the important one.

6) How many answers to tick ? This is the most obvious question to most of the CPT students. I will recommend you to tick mark around 160 – 170 minimum if your preparation is not good enough. Don’t do foolish thing of marking all of 200 questions otherwise you may be failed with 7 – 10 marks missing. I have personally seen peoples who tick mark all of them and fails, recently my friend had done the same mistake and he got 94 and failed and his brother had ticked 168 and he got 100 marks and was the luckiest CPT cracker. So, please keep this thing in mind. If you are well prepared then you don’t need to keep such restriction.

7) Be confident & Hard-worker: Last but not least study hard and do the hard work only because there is no substitute of hard work. And refer our most wanted article:- >How You Can Pass CA CPT Exams in 1st Attempt Easily
Best of Luck (y)



It has been brought to our notice that the Notification No. 13-CA
(EXAM)/N//2013 dated 5th July, 2013 (hosted on the Institute’s website on 5th
July, 2013) relating to the date schedule, list of centres, examination timings,
etc of November, 2013 examinations is being presented in a distorted manner
by interpolating the following clause in social media and other fora to create
panic amongst the students of the Institute:
“Passing Criteria
Passing criteria at all level of the CA examination i.e. CPT, IPC and
Final has been changed to 55% marks in aggregate and 45% for
individual subjects w.e.f. May, 2015 Examinations.”
It is clarified for wider information of the students and other
stakeholders as also the public at large that there is no change in the passing
requirements nor is the Institute contemplating to effect any changes in the
passing requirements.
In other words, the existing passing requirements, i.e., securing at one
sitting a minimum of 40% marks in each paper and minimum of 50% marks
in the aggregate of the papers comprised in a group in respect of
Intermediate (IPC) and Final examinations remain unchanged, while the
passing requirements for CPT remain the same i.e. securing at one sitting a
minimum of 30% marks in each section and minimum of 50% marks in the
aggregate of all sections comprised in CPT examination.
It is our fervent appeal to the students, other stakeholders and the
public at large not to pay any heed to such unscrupulous emails/messages
being circulated in public domain.
For regular updates, kindly keep visiting http://www.icai.org .
(G. Somasekhar)
Addl. Secretary (Exams)


A few consideration for your CA Exam

A few consideration for Exam Buddies :-
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CA Rockstars.
1.In case of theory paper, just try to be as
much professional in written expression as
possible.See how they answer question in ICAI
Suggested solution,that’s what they demand
from you.Yahan wo log pass ni hotay jo sirf
sahi likhtay hain,balki jo bohat acha likhtay
hain wo pass hotay hain.Jo aur jitna pucha jaye
wohi aur utna hi batao (apna knowledge jharoge to examiner ko pasand ajao gay phir bar
bar bulaye ga).

2.In case of practical papers,jaldi jaldi mai poora paper solve krne ki bjaye sukoon se kro and
jitna kro sahi kro.Complete krna kabi zaroori ni hota (maine kabi pura ni attempt kiya).

CAFM mai sirf 58 no ka shi tha including theory fir bhi 52 mile 

3.Exam hall ki tension ko kisi b tarha avoid
kro.Ata sab kuch hota hai but un 3 hours mai
bhool jata hai tension se.

4.Last but not the least,jo mrzi kr lo pass GOD
ki mrzi se hona ha,so us se achay relations
bna k rakho (at least exam days mai,bad mai
to Dabang etc etc.hi dekhni ha sab ne). 

All the best 
BY : – Alkit Jain




I have observed that IPCC students generally
do not prepare for the AS , which are
compulsorily asked in Accounts as well as
Audit paper covering around 25 – 30 marks.
AS are really very easy to read and revise so
do not leave them . Also do not give time to
AS from your scheduled time . Read AS in
your idle time like; when you think “after half
an hour I have to go to meet my friend or go
somewhere or take my lunch / dinner or go to
bed ”. In such case you generally do not start
your study for that short span of time
because you feel “ YAAR HALF AN HOUR
THEORY LAGAKAR ”. In that idle time , you
should study AS . By doing so , you will save
lot of time by not allotting any time to AS
from your scheduled time and still be able to
prepare for it .

:— Alkit JainImage