Common Proficiency Test [CPT]

CPT 2017 Eligibility

Exam Date : 17th December 2017 To 17th December 2017
Result Date : 9th January 2018

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Eligibility Criteria for CA CPT 2017 

  • Candidates who wish to appear for CA CPT must ensure to check the eligibility criteria, important dates, and timings of the exam before applying.
  • Candidates who want to appear for CA CPT 2017 examination must register before 4th October 2017, and apply before the registration ends that is on 29th October 2017.
  • Applicants who have completed the 10+2 examination or its equivalent qualification can appear for CPT and register for the professional course.
  • There is no age limit to be eligible for CPT.
  • Students who are already registered for the professional course with ICAI are eligible to appear for CPT.
  • Commerce graduates with 55% and other graduates with 60% can directly appear for IPCC.
  • Candidates who have completed their bachelor's degree in an Open University are also exempted from writing the CA CPT entrance exam.

Qualifying Marks for the Common Proficiency Course:

As per terms and conditions of the Council, The decision is taken on 317th meeting in pursuance of Notification No.I-CA(7) dated 1st August 2012. And made effective from CPT held in December 2013 Onwards, The requirement of passing the Common Proficiency Test is as follows:

  • The candidate must score a minimum of 50% of marks in CPT 2017 exam, which is the overall average marks he/ she has to score that is nothing but a minimum of 30% marks in each section.

Reservation for CPT 2017 Exam:

  • There is no Reservation scheme announced from the authority, hence all the candidates are treated the same to apply for CPT exam, either he/ She is in General/ SC/ ST/ OBC category.

Overview of Eligibility Criteria:

Age
No restriction.
Educational Qualification
10+2 examination or its equivalent qualification from a recognized university or board.
Domicile / Reservation
No reservation.
Exceptions
Bachelor's degree; Commerce graduates with 55%; Other graduates with 60%.

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