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Nov 2017

IPC Single Group Conversion Not Allowed

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As per the ICAI announcement dated 17.01.2018, if a student has registered for single group in earlier scheme before 30th June 2017 and subsequently registered for new course of remaining group after 01st July 2017 has to compulsory conversion of earlier group into new scheme.

ICAI Announcement:

Sub.: Students registered in only one of the Groups of Intermediate (Integrated Professional Competence) / Intermediate (Professional Competence) Course and register for Group 2 / Group 1 in New Scheme of Education and Training implemented w.e.f 1st July 2017 have to compulsorily convert Group 1 / Group 2 in New Scheme of Education and Training\

Students who have registered in only one of the Groups of Intermediate (Integrated Professional Competence) / Intermediate (Professional Competence) Course under earlier scheme till 30th June 2017 and subsequently registered for remaining Group in New Scheme of Education and Training implemented wef 1st July 2017 have to compulsorily convert from the earlier registered Group in old scheme in New Scheme of Education and Training.

In other words, the students who are registering themselves for balance Group in Revised Scheme before filling the Examination Form, have to compulsorily convert themselves for the Group registered in earlier scheme, as a student cannot appear for Group I and Group II (both the Groups) in Old and New Scheme simultaneously.

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