Eligibility for IPCC               

A student who has passed – (a) CPT, and (b) Senior Secondary Examination (10+2 examination) conducted by an examining body constituted by law in India or an examination recognized by the Central Government as equivalent thereto, may join the IPCC. (c) Candidates who have passed the Intermediate level ICWAI or ICSI.


Form Submission due dates

Examination held

Last Dates for Admission form

Examination Form

For May Exam

31st July

6th Feb to 25th Feb (Apprx.)

For November  Exam

31st January

6th Aug to 25th Aug  (Apprx.)


IT Training & Orientation Programme

Students who have registered themselves for IPCC should get themselves registered for 100 hours of ITT classes & 35 Hours of Orientation Classes conducted by ICAI. Student should complete the ITT & OP before Articleship, So it is suggested to do it after exams but before the result is out.   It will help the student to plan his main exam preparation in a systematic manner.



Eligible to undergo Articleship under a chartered accountant for a period of 3 years arises only after completion of Group I of IPCC , Completion Of ITT & Orientation Programme




 Eligibility for IPCC:

1.       Graduates or Post Graduates from Commerce stream having secured in aggregate a minimum of 55% of the total marks.

2.       Graduates or Post Graduates from any other stream having secured in aggregate a minimum of 60% of the total marks.


Graduates or Post Graduates shall be eligible for admission to three years articled training, on completion of -

(a) Information Technology Training; and

(b) Orientation Course


   Eligibility to appear in IPCE Exam

As per the requirement of the Regulations, a student registered under Graduate/Post Graduate scheme can appear in the Intermediate (IPC) Examination on completion ofnine months of practical training


Subjects for study

Group I

Paper 1


(100 marks)

Paper 2:

Law, Ethics and Communication

(100 marks)

Paper 3:

Cost Accounting and Financial Management

(100 marks)

Paper 4:


(100 marks)

Group II

Paper 5:

Advanced Accounting

(100 marks)

Paper 6:

Auditing and Assurance

(100 marks)

Paper 7:

Information Technology and Strategic Management         

(100 marks)


Pass % Criteria

50% of marks in aggregate of both groups is required.

40% in each and every subject is required


Fee Structure

Registration form                                                                         100

Registration fee for Both Groups                                              9000

Articleship                                                                                     2000

Orientation Course fee                                                               3000

IT Training Fee                                                                              4000

Total                                                                                               18100

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