ICAI extended validity of Registration Period on account of cancellation of exams due to COVID-19


Institute of Chartered Accountants of India (ICAI) has announced the Extension  of  validity  of  Registration  Period  on  account  of  cancellation  and merging  of  May  2020  examination  with  November,  2020  examination  due  to outbreak of COVID-19.

Students  at  all  levels  may  please  note  that  the  Institute  on  account  of  cancellation  and merging  of  May  2020  examination  with  November,  2020  examination  due  to  Covid-19 pandemic  as  a  one-time  measure  has  granted  upto  one  year  extension  in  the  validity period of registration at all levels. In other words, students whose validity of registration has expired between 1st  May, 2020 and 30th  April, 2021 (including both the dates) will remain valid till 1st  May, 2021 at CA Foundation, Intermediate and Final Level.

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The students may refer the below table for easy understanding:-

S. No.     In case,     validity of Registration expiring/expired at any of the levels of CA Course  Remarks
1.. On or before 30th April, 2020Student   must   revalidate   his/her registration.
2.Between 1st May, 2020 and 30th April, 2021 (including both the dates)No need to revalidate his/her registration. Such students can appear in Nov. 2020 and May, 2021 examination as the case may be without revalidating their registrations.
3.On 1st May, 2021Student will be eligible to appear in May, 2021 examination without revalidation.
4.On or after 2nd May, 2021Student has to revalidate his/her registration for November, 2021 examination.

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