ICAI CA Cycle II Exam Date Released @icai.org | Exams From January 21

New Delhi, November 20 | ICAI CA Cycle II Exam Date has been released on November 19, 2020 by the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India (ICAI) on the official website icai.org.

The candidates who will not be able to appear for the Examination in the month of November, 2020 can now opt out of the examination and appear for the same in the Cycle II or January/ February Session of the Examination.

According to ICAI, the candidates who themselves or their family members are COVID-19 positive or the area in which the student’s residence is located is declared as Containment Zone by the Central Government/State Government/Local Authorities at any time upto the conclusion of exams can opt for the new “opt-out” scheme.

The candidates will be required to submit a declaration form available at the official website to opt out of the November Exam.

After the submission of the declaration form, the candidature of  CA November 2020 exam will be cancelled and the candidate will be allowed to appear in the Cycle II examination.

Note that the candidates will not be required to apply afresh or pay any fees for Cycle II Examination.

The ICAI CA November 2020 exam is scheduled to be conducted from November 21 to December 14, 2020.

The ICAI CA Cycle II or January/ February Session Examination is scheduled to be conducted from January 21, 2021 onwards, as per the official notification.

The Official Notice Released by the Authorities is as provided below:

About ICAI CA Examination 

The ICAI exam, also known as CA exams, is conducted by the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India (ICAI) for aspirants of Chartered Accountancy profession in India. The exam is conducted at different levels as per the CA courses. For being certified as a Chartered Accountant, candidates have to qualify in all the levels of ICAI examinations.

The CA courses at ICAI are as under: 

  • CA Foundation course examination (4 papers)
  • CA Intermediate examination (8 papers based on New Syllabus and 8 paper based on Old Syllabus)
  • CA Final examination (8 papers based on New Syllabus and 8 paper based on Old Syllabus)

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