The next level after having clearing both the Groups of CA IPCC Exams is CA Final. On clearing both the groups of IPCC Exams, a student has to enrol himself for CA Final by submitting the CA Final Registration Form. Out of all the Students, who appear for CA IPCC Level of the Chartered Accountancy Course conducted by ICAI, only a small percentage of them are to clear both the groups of CA IPCC Level in one go.
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CA Final Registration
The CA Final Registration is not automatic and every student who is interested in undergoing this level has to enrol himself for the same. Registration can be applied for by submitting the CA Final Registration Form along with the prescribed fee and the supporting documents.
- Download: CA Final Registration Form
A Registration Fees of Rs. 10,000 is to be paid along with the Registration Form. However, if the student has not paid the Registration Fees for Articleship, he also has to pay a one-time Articleship Registration Fees of Rs. 2,000 along with the Registration Form.
The Fee shall be payable by pay of a Demand Draft/Pay Order made in favour of “The Secretary, Institute of Chartered Accountants of India” payable at New Delhi/Mumbai/Chennai/Kolkatta/Kanpur in accordance with the registered address of the Student.
The Student shall also submit the following documents at the time of submission of the Registration Form:-
- Copy of IPCC Marksheet attested by a Chartered Accountant
- Demand Draft/Pay Order towards CA Final Registration Fees
CA Final Exams
A CA Student can appear for CA Final Exams in the last 6 months of his 3 years of Articleship. Thus, to be eligible to appear for Exams due in November 2015, a Student shall start his Articleship on or before 30th April 2013.
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While pursuing articleship,a CA Student is eligible for 1/6th of the period served as Articleship. Recommeded Read: Articleship Leaves Permissible
A CA Student is also eligible to opt for Industrial Training in the last 1 year of his Articleship in a Company as compared to his initial 2 years of articleship which have to be mandatorily served under a Chartered Accountant in a CA Firm.