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May 2017

Revalidation Under CA Course – Old and Revise Scheme

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Re-validation of Registration for different levels of CA course under old and Revised Scheme

The following re-validation scheme will be applicable with effect from 1st July, 2017:-

Validity of CA Registration under Revised Scheme

Foundation: 3 Years

Intermediate: 4 Years

Final(Revised Scheme): 5 Years

Fee applicable for Re-validation Under Revised Scheme

Foundation: Rs 300/-

Intermediate: Rs 400/-

Final(Revised Scheme): Rs 500/-

Re-validation during the Transition Period (for old students)

With the implementation of Revised Scheme, which comes into effect from 1st July, 2017 there would be cases of students who are registered under the existing scheme in the respective levels and whose registration would be expiring after discontinuation of existing scheme i.e. after 1st July, 2017 and such set of students might like to continue in the existing scheme so as to avail the available attempts in the respective level. Though the registration under the existing scheme would be closed on 30th June, 2017, the students would be allowed to revalidate their registration to avail the available attempts by paying the following re-validation fees:-

Revalidation Fee:

CPT: Rs 300/-

IPCC: Rs 400/-

Final (Old): Rs 500/-

The revalidation after 1st July, 2017 will remain valid till the specified period of 3 years, 4 years and 5 years for CPT, IPCC and Final respectively or the last examination under these schemes, whichever is earlier. Compulsory conversion has to be made in the revised scheme after expiry of available attempts under existing scheme by payment of requisite fees.

 

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2 Comments on Revalidation Under CA Course – Old and Revise Scheme

  1. Hello
    I registered in 2013 for final CA, do i need to Revalidate my existing status. I mean i will opt under old course!!

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