ICAI Extends the Cut-off date for Mandatory conversion to Revised Scheme – 13th March, 2022

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ICAI Extends the Cut-off date for Mandatory conversion to Revised Scheme – 13th March, 2022

The Institute of Chartered Accountants of India (ICAI) has issued an important announcement regarding MAY 2022 exam -Cut-off date for conversion from Earlier Scheme to Revised Scheme to appear in May 2022 Examinations at all levels – 13th March, 2022.

Read the announcement by ICAI: ICAI Extends the Cut-off date for Mandatory conversion to Revised Scheme

Board of Studies (Academic)
The Institute of Chartered Accountants of India
29th January, 2022

Announcement

Cut-off date for conversion from Earlier Scheme to Revised Scheme to appear in May 2022 Examinations at all levels – 13th March, 2022

Students may note that since the December, 2021 was the last exam of Intermediate (IPC) Course – Under Old Scheme and Final Course Examination – Under Old Scheme, therefore, old course students who wish to appear in May 2022 exams of Intermediate and Final are required to convert themselves from Earlier Scheme to Revised Scheme of Education and Training implemented w.e.f. 1st July, 2017 latest by 13th March, 2022.

Further, the last date of conversion from Common Proficiency Test (CPT) to Foundation is also 13th March, 2022 for appearing in May 2022 Foundation Exams.

For conversion from Earlier Scheme to Revised Scheme of Education and Training, the students may visit Self Service Portal at https://eservices.icai.org/

Director
Board of Studies, ICAI

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