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A student who has passed Common Proficiency Test and 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 may join the Integrated Professional Competence Course or may opt for Accounting Technician Course. Simultaneously, student will also register for practical training depending upon whether he is opting for ATC or IPCC.
In addition, a student has to register and undergo Orientation program (35 Hours) & 100 hours ITT before appearing in Integrated Professional Competence Examination/ Accounting Technician Examination.
A candidate is eligible for enrolment to any of the level(s) of the Integrated Professional Competence Course (IPCC) on passing the Common Proficiency Test and 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.
A candidate who has already passed Entrance Examination or Foundation Examination or Professional Education (Examination-I) shall be eligible for enrolment to Integrated Professional Competence Course subject to complying with relevant conditions.
A candidate who was already registered for erstwhile Intermediate Examination or of Professional Education (Course-II) or Professional Competence Examination cum article ship shall be eligible for enrolment/conversion to Integrated Professional Competence Course subject to complying with relevant conditions.
A student should submit filled in registration Forms for Integrated Professional Competence Course or Accounting Technician Course supplied along with Prospectus available at sales counter of decentralized offices, the cost of Prospectus is Rs. 100/-. These forms can also be downloaded from Institute’s website www.icai.org. On receipt of filled in form and requisite fee, the appropriate decentralized office will issue study materials for Group I and/or Group II or IPCC/ATC. The decentralized office will also issue registration letter. While taking admission to 100 hours ITT with regional/branch office, a student is required to produce a copy of the registration letter.
A student will have to secure 50% marks in aggregate and 40% in each of the individual subjects.
Registration fees are Rs. 9000/10000/11000/12000 (Based on option to be selected under IPCC) and students must pay this fees in Demand Draft. (Draft must be in favour of ‘The Secretary, The institute of Chartered Accountant of India’, Payable at Mumbai/ Kanpur / New Delhi / Chennai / Kolkata depending upon postal address of the applicant.
1. May Exam – 31st January
2. November Exam – 31st July.
A student is required to apply in the prescribed forms for registration of IPCC, ITT and Form No. 103 available along with the prospectus.
The following documents are required to be submitted to the appropriate Regional Office of the Institute based on the location of employer: Necessary supporting documents:
• 10th + 12th Marksheet,
• Leaving certificate of 12th.
• One copy of Form 103, duly filled–in.
• Form No.112 in case a student is pursuing any other course, if applicable.
• Demand Draft of requisite amount (DD in favour of ‘The Secretary’ The institute of Chartered Accountants of India’
Payable at Mumbai)
To be submitted by students who have passed CPT / Professional Education (Course – I) i.e. joining IPCC Course with Articleship:
• Attested copy of Secondary Admit Card / Marksheet / Pass Certificate as proof of Date of Birth
• Attested copies of CPT marksheet / Professional Education ( Examination-I)
• Attested copy of 10+2 pass marksheet.
As per the ICAI Norms, Information available at www.icai.org or ICAI Centre.
The Examination fee should be paid only by way of Demand Draft. The Demand Draft may be of any Scheduled Bank drawn in favour of the Secretary, the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India and should be payable at New Delhi. (Candidates are advised to furnish the following details on the reverse of Demand Draft in their own interest.)
2. Application Bar Code Number
3. IPCE /Articles Regn. Number
4. Center opted with zone, if any
• For May/June exam: between 5th February to 25th February
• For November/December exam: between 5th August to 25th August
• 100 hours ITT training form (with attested)
• 35 Hours Orientation Programme Certificate
• 1 Photograph
• Demand Draft
Yes. A student of PCC can apply for conversion to IPCC in the prescribed form [can be downloaded from www.icai.org] along with prescribed fee [both groups Rs. 6000/- and group I Rs. 5000/-]. Students can obtain the prospectus of IPCC for Rs. 100/- from any nearest Branch office of the Institute. For example, a student of PCC for being eligible to appear in IPCC in November, 2009, the conversion application form needs to be submitted / received in the office of the Institute on or before 31st January, 2009. Similarly for the May, 2010 examination, the conversion form should be received in the Institute on or before 31st July, 2009.
Yes. Irrespective of the period served as articled assistant under PCC scheme of education, a student will have to undergo a study course for a period not less than nine months and complete ITT course and study course within the nine months period in order to be eligible to appear in either group or both groups of IPCC. It is stated that nine months period will be counted w.e.f. date of conversion / registration to IPCC. It is clarified that any period served under PCC will not be counted for the purpose of nine months study course of IPCC.
The student will be eligible for registration for Articleship after passing Group I of IPCC and the period of Articleship will be three years for fresh students registered under IPCC effective from 03rd December, 2008 while the period of Articleship will continue to be 3 ½ years for students converted from PCC to IPCC.
Yes. The period of Articleship will remain 3 ½ years and the period so served as an articled assistant under PCC scheme of education, examination and training, will be reckoned for the purpose of completing 3 ½ years of Articleship under IPCC.
No. An articled assistant will have the option to either continue with the article training as per articled deed already executed or take termination at the time of joining IPCC.
A student of final examination through PCE route can appear in the final examination only after completion of 3 ½ years of Articleship. Whereas a student of PCE converting to IPCC will be eligible to appear in final examination during the last six months of training and will be required to be in service as on the first day of the month of examination.
As per the Latest Fee card available at CRUX Center(s).
For Regular Batch : 7 – 8 Months approximately
50 – 75 students
Yes, All the materials for all subjects to be provided by CRUX which is prepared in very easy and understandable language for students.
After 3 months of registration
• On every Sunday.
• Exam Schedule will be provided One Month in advance.
Three years for IPCC