Institute of Chartered Accountants, Noida Admission 2022

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Updated On - Dec 14, 2021

Institute of Chartered Accountants, Noida Reviews

Overall Rating (Out of 5)

3.6

Based on 26 Verified Reviews

Distribution of Rating

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>3-4 star

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>2-3 star

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Component Rating (Out of 5)

Placements & Internships

4.1

Fees and Scholarship

4.3

Academics & Faculty

4.1

College Infrastructure

3.5

Clubs & Associations

3.7

International Exposure

4

Social Atmosphere

2

Prabhakar Prabha | Chartered accountant, batch of 2018

Reviewed on Jul 04, 2019

Admission

Candidates who are qualified in their higher secondary +2 examination are eligible to do chartered accountancy. After that eligible candidates can register their name at ICAI. After that SRO number is given to the students. By using this number candidate can appear for their examination. There are 4 stages to complete CA.

  1. CA foundation exam
  2. CA INTER
  3. Article training
  4. CAFINAL.

For the above-mentioned exams, the required pass percentage is 50%.

Divya | Ipcc, batch of 2017

Reviewed on May 22, 2018

  • 4.5
  • Admission 4.5
Admission

Any student who has passed 10th class or any course equivalent, they can apply for the Common Proficiency Test Course (CPT) first. After qualifying for the 10+2 exam, a student has to qualify for CPT exam. Eligibility for taking the Integrated Professional Competence Course Examination Before taking the Integrated Professional Competence Examination, the candidate must have qualified CPT. In CPT, it is objective type questions and for the total of 200 marks, you have to get 50 percent pass marks.

Education to | Chartered accountant, batch of 2022

Reviewed on May 08, 2018

  • 4.5
  • Admission 4.5
Admission

The four-stage procedure is as follows: Any student who has passed 10th class or any course equivalent to that can apply for the Common Proficiency Course (CPC) first. Post-qualifying for the 10+2 exam, a student has to then qualify in CPT exam. After the CPT IPCC, successful article-ship or training under an officially practicing C.A has to be done for 3 years. Then comes the CA Final. Eligibility for taking the Integrated Professional Competence Course Examination Before taking the Integrated Professional Competence Examination, the candidate must have qualified CPT. A minimum of 55% score is required for graduates/post graduates in commerce whereas other graduates or post graduates require a minimum of 60% to apply for CA. Candidates need to register 9 months prior to the exam and then complete a 100 hours of Information Technology Training. Requirements for the CA Course The following points need to be checked for becoming a CA Common Proficiency Test needs to be qualified Integrated Professional Competence Course needs to be qualified Three years Article ship or training has to be undergone under a Practicing Chartered accountant CA Final exams need to appeared.

Akshay | Chartered accountancy, batch of 2015

Reviewed on Jul 29, 2019

  • 4.5
  • Admission 4.5
Admission

It is one of the most difficult courses in India, mainly because of its high standards and tough correction methodology. Eligibility: 10+2 for CPT route - you will have to clear 3 levels, CPT, IPCC, FINAL. B.Com for IPCC Route - you will have to clear 2 levels IPCC and Final The cutoffs are CPT: 50% overall and 30% individual subjectwise IPCC: 50% overall and 40% individual subjectwise FINAL: Same as IPCC. You also need to undergo articles training for 3 years under a chartered accountant after your IPCC and in case of a B.Com route post-B.com

Gowrinaidu | , batch of 2016

Reviewed on Nov 21, 2016

  • 4
  • Admission 4
Admission
  • The entrance exam for CA is CPT which I have cleared it in Dec 2013 with 162 /200 and later IPCC which is 9 moths after CPT which was cleared by me in Nov 2014 and now preparing for CA final.
  • The typical cutoff marks are subjects wise cutoff i.e. 40% and Groupwise cutoff i.e. overall 50%.

AKSHAY | , batch of 2019

Reviewed on Dec 02, 2016

  • 4.5
  • Admission 4.5
Admission
  • To join The Institute of Chartered Accountants, [ICAI] Noida eligibility criteria is 12th standard.
  • For joining articleship, an exam of IPCC or degree with passing marks were in individual subject with 40% and in aggregate with 50%.

 

Anu | , batch of 2019

Reviewed on Dec 02, 2016

  • 1
  • Admission 1
Admission
  • Eligibility criteria for joining The Institute of Chartered Accountants, [ICAI] Noida is 12th standard and common test for joining article ship is 50% marks in IPCC and aggregate of 40% in all individual subjects.

Hamalsupriya | Chartered accountancy, batch of 2020

Reviewed on Jun 15, 2020

  • 3
  • Admission 3
Admission

The eligibility criteria are:

1. After qualifying +2, one should give CPT (Common Proficiency Test)

2. If you are a graduate, you can enroll for IPCC exam

There is no such entrance exams one should take.

Zuber | , batch of 2015

Reviewed on Apr 22, 2017

  • 5
  • Admission 5
Admission
  • One should graduate then he/she should secure above the 50% marks or if it's not,u will go though an entrance test (CPT) to get into The Institute of Chartered Accountants.Is the only eligibility criteria.

Arun | , batch of 2018

Reviewed on Dec 01, 2016

Admission
  • The eligibility criteria in The Institute of Chartered Accountants, [ICAI] Noida are to pass 12th-grade.
  • The typical cutoff is 50% o above in all subjects.
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