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19th August 2012, 05:43 PM
vyshnavi kashi
 
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Is it necessary to get 30% marks in each subject of CPT exam?


is it necessary of getting 30% of marks in each sub for passing cpt exam?????
some web sites are telling that its necessary and some are telling that its not necessary please inform us properly.......
we are in confusion




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19th September 2012, 10:54 PM
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Is it necessary to get 30% marks in each subject of CPT exam ?
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20th September 2012, 07:37 AM
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Default Re: Is it necessary to get 30% marks in each subject of CPT exam?

I can understand that there is lots of confusion related to the Common Proficiency Test conducted by the ICAI. Since now the requirement to clear the Common Proficiency Test was to obtain 50 percent marks in all subjects combined.


However earlier in the year ICAI sent a new proposal to the government of India. In this proposal ICAI asked the government to change the rule of passing CPT from obtaining 50 percent marks to:


1. Minimum of 30 percent in each section

2. Minimum of 50 percent in all sections combined.


Now it is worth noting here that the requirement is not 30 percent in each subject but each section. As you may be aware that there are two sections in the Common Proficiency Test. There are 4 subjects divided into two sections

1. Fundamentals of Accountancy

2. Economics

3. Mercantile Law

4. Quantitative Aptitude



Therefore from the next CPT which would be conducted in December 2012, the candidates would require at least 30 percent marks in each section and 50 percent marks in all 3 sections combined.


I hope this will solve your confusion. The reason why there is no clear word out on internet is because this proposal was first announced in 2010 by the ICAI. After which a lot of parents thought that it would be implemented in the next test and flooded ICAI with phone calls. As a result ICAI explained that this amendment is not approved yet therefore will not be implemented.


Some websites see this public message by ICAI as a sign that new proposal as rejected. However it was not rejected but only sent to the government for approval. Now since it has received approval, it would be applicable from the next exam set to take place in December 2012.
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5th December 2012, 05:01 PM
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is it confirmed na,,,,,,,,
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12th December 2012, 07:02 PM
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I'm willing to pursue my CA without doing my bcom. is it fine ?if not then is correspondence bcom course preferred than regular course ??
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is it necessary to take com.with maths to bring good marks in cpt
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