Admit cards in respect of candidates admitted to the Intermediate (IPC) and Final May 2016 examination, with their photographs and signatures Read More
Admit cards in respect of candidates admitted to the Intermediate (IPC) and Final May 2016 examination, with their photographs and signatures on them, are hosted on www.icai.nic.in.
Candidates may print their admit cards from the said website.
For downloading/printing of the admit cards, candidates will have to enter the following details on the site:
- Student registration number or bar code number printed on the examination form
- Personal Identification Number (PIN)
- Security Code
PIN is the four digit number of the candidate’s choice entered by him/her the relevant column in the examination form.
In terms of the decision of the Examination Committee of the Institute, physical admit cards are being sent by post, only to those who submitted physical examination forms ( i.e. OMR ). The practice of sending physical admit cards by post, to those who had submitted their exam forms online, is discontinued with effect from May 2014 examination onwards.
Physical admit cards sent by post as well as those printed from the website are valid for admission to the examination.
Candidates may also visit the FAQs on subject hosted in the FAQs section of www.icai.org for more details.
For any further clarifications, write to/contact:
Final candidates: : email@example.com
Intermediate(IPC) candidates : firstname.lastname@example.org
Help Line Telephone numbers: 0120 3054 851, 852, 853, 854 and 835 0120 4953 751,752, 753 and 754
Fax 0120 3054 841, 843
It's for Candidates Qualified in Nov 15, May 15 and Nov 14
The Committee for Members in Industry (CMII) of The Institute of Chartered Read More
It's for Candidates Qualified in Nov 15, May 15 and Nov 14
The Committee for Members in Industry (CMII) of The Institute of Chartered Accountants of India (ICAI) takes care of the interest of the members working in industry and organizes Campus Placement Programmes for Chartered Accountants. The CMII is pleased to announce the next Campus Placement Programme for Newly Qualified Chartered Accountants during February-March 2016.This programme would provide an opportunity to the employers to interact with newly qualified Chartered Accountants peruse their particulars and recruit the suitable one in their organizations. An organisation and firms of Chartered Accountants may participate at one or more centres and recruit Chartered Accountants.
Eligibility for appearing in Campus Placement Programme to be held in February-March 2016
The candidates who fulfil the following criteria are eligible to appear in the Campus Placement Programme to be held in February-March 2016:
Clearance of Final Examination of Chartered Accountancy Course
Completion of Articleship/GMCS Course
Submission of Application for ICAI Membership*
Completing their articleship and GMCS latest by 30th April, 2016
May 2015, November 2014
or whose CA Final results were declared in revaluation/re verification after 10th August, 2015.
Completing their articleship or GMCS between 1st November 2015, and 30th April, 2016 and have not applied in earlier Campus Placement Programme.
Advantages of Participating in the Campus Placement Programme of CMII of ICAI
- The CMII of ICAI organizes Campus Placement Programmes at 21 centres across the country in a corporate environment and the pre process of interview is highly technologically driven through placement portal www.placement.icai.org.
- It is a One Stop solution for the recruiters to recruit the Chartered Accountants for their organisations and carries the advantage of being a unitary platform for the recruitment of the young Chartered Accountants.
- It is a Cost effective mode with significantly shorter recruitment cycles, for the corporates for recruiting young Chartered Accountants together with an improved quality of recruitment process.
- Another advantage of Campus Placement is that, after the declaration of results, ICAI holds the Campus Placement Programme which reduces the time for an organisation to pick the candidates according to their need.
- The arrangements for the conduct of the entire process at all the centres are made by CMII of ICAI.
Schedule for Campus Interview February-March 2016
Starting and Closing Date for filling up initial details for validation of data: 20th December 2014 to 11th January 2016
(For Candidate who have qualified in (i) May 2015 (ii) Nov 2014 or (iii) whose results were declared in revaluation/re verification after 10th August, 2014 and all covered in (i) and (ii) completing their articleship and GMCS between 01st November 2015 and 30th April 2016 www. placement.icai.org/article.asp
Smaller centres: Ahmedabad, Baroda, Bhubaneswar, Chandigarh, Coimbatore, Ernakulam, Indore, Jaipur, Kanpur, Ludhiana, Nagpur, Navi Mumbai, Pune, Thane & Vasai
Bigger centres: Bangalore, Chennai, Hyderabad, Kolkata, Mumbai and New Delhi
1st Round of registration of candidates (submission of form) for November, 2014 CA Final qualified (and others as mentioned above): 27th January 2016 to 2nd February 2016 www.placement.icai.org/new_cand.asp?typeofcandidate=F
2nd round Registration of candidates for Bigger centres only: 19th February, 2016 (Upto 05:00 PM).
For the candidates who have missed the registration in First round and the candidates can opt only for bigger centre in the Second Round.
ANNOUNCEMENT:Instructions/circulars to candidates issued under Rule 42 of the CharteredAccountants (Election to the Council) Rules, 2006
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ANNOUNCEMENT: Instructions/circulars to candidates issued under Rule 42 of the Chartered Accountants (Election to the Council) Rules, 2006
As members are aware, the triennial elections to the twenty third Council and twenty second Regional Councils are scheduled to be held on 4th and 5th December, 2015 in cities having more than 2500 voters and on 5th December, 2015 in other cities.
Ensuring a free and fair elections is a responsibility cast upon the Council of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India under the Chartered Accountants Act, 1949, and the Rules [Chartered Accountants (Election to the Council) Rules, 2006] and the Regulations [The Chartered Accountants Regulations, 1988] made thereunder. For the purpose, the said Rules required the Council to put in place an Election Code of Conduct and accordingly the Council had also approved an Election Code of Conduct to be operative from 3rd September, 2015 till the date of declaration of results of the Elections. This Election Code is deemed to be a Guideline of the Council, under Item (1) of Part II of the Second Schedule to the Chartered Accountants Act and as such, it is obligatory for each candidate to comply with the same. In addition, the afore-mentioned Election Rules (Rule 42 specifically) places certain restrictions on members of the Institute at large, in connection with the conduct of election. As in the case of Election Code, noncompliance with the provisions of Rule 42 shall also attract disciplinary action against members of the Institute in terms of the provisions of the Chartered Accountants Act, 1949 and the Chartered Accountants (Procedure of Investigations of Professional and Other Misconduct and Conduct Cases) Rules, 2007.
To sum up, it is mentioned that non-compliance with the provisions of Election Code of Conduct and of Rule 42 would attract disciplinary action against concerned member(s) of Institute, as far as the forthcoming elections are concerned.
While bringing the aforesaid general ethical and regulatory requirements for information of all concerned, it has been considered appropriate to bring the following Do’s and Don’ts for information and guidance of candidates and their supporters so that a healthy and peaceful atmosphere is maintained during the election dates in general and at the polling booths in particular.
- A candidate is entitled to be present at any of the polling booths in his constituency.
- A candidate is entitled to appoint any two “members” as his authorized representatives i.e. booth agents for each polling booth, “only one” of whom shall be entitled to be present at any given time, on behalf of the candidate, at the specified/particular polling booth. (The appointment of such authorized representative should be through the letter of authority, format of which has already been made available to candidates/available on www.icai.org).
- Distribution of visiting cards only “outside” the zero tolerance zone is permitted.[Explanation: The distance of upto 200 meters from the building/room/hall in which the nearest polling booth is set up as identified by the Polling Officer having regard to the local conditions, is treated as Zero Tolerance Zone.]
- Canvassing for votes only “outside” the Zero Tolerance Zone is permitted.
The following acts are totally banned inside as well as outside the Zero Tolerance Zone:
- Crowding at the entry point of polling booth
- Erection of kiosk/stall, putting tables, chairs and the like in any manner or form whatsoever
- Distribution/supply of any gift to voters
- Supply of refreshment(s) to voters, supporters or volunteers within the zero tolerance zone
- Display of banners/hoardings/standees etc.
- Wearing of badges, t-shirts, caps, tie and the like displaying name or ballot number of candidate
- Distribution of pamphlets/letters/circulars/manifestoes or any other publicity materials including free distribution of books/calendars/diaries/handouts, in physical form or electronically,and the like.
- Distribution of cards inside the Zero Tolerance Zone
- Inducing a voter to vote or not to vote
- Undue influence – direct or indirect interference or attempt to interfere on the part of a candidate or his/her supporters, with the connivance of candidate, with the free exercise of any electoral right
- Hiring or procuring, whether on payment or otherwise, of a vehicle by a candidate or by any other person, with the connivance of candidate, for the conveyance of voters
- Canvassing for votes inside the Zero Tolerance Zone.
The aforesaid is titled as Instructions/Circulars for the purpose of regulatory requirements but I would prefer to treat it as an “Appeal” to the professionals belonging to the great profession of Chartered Accountants. I am confident that the conduct of each and every one involved/associated with the election would provide an atmosphere that would “encourage the voters” to reach the polling booths and cast their vote in a free and fair manner and without any inconvenience to them. I earnestly seek your help, support and cooperation for the conduct and completion of the election in a manner befitting the profession of Chartered Accountants.
RETURNING OFFICER AND SECRETARY
30TH NOVEMBER, 2015
All the Indian Accounting Standards (IndAS) as specified in Annexure to TheCompanies (Indian Accounting Standards) Rules, 2015 can be accessed Read More
All the Indian Accounting Standards (IndAS) as specified in Annexure to The Companies (Indian Accounting Standards) Rules, 2015 can be accessed in pdf form from the below MCA link.