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Considering the difficulties faced by the Final Course Students in appearing Sunday Tests to fulfill the requirements of Eligibility Test Paper Scheme because of their outstation audit assignments during articled/audit training, the Board of Studies decided to make Sunday Test Scheme optional. Accordingly, Final course students may either appear in requisite number of Sunday Tests or submit requisite number of Postal Test Papers. The students are also allowed to fulfill the criteria of the Eligibility Test Paper Scheme partly under Postal Test Paper Scheme and partly under Sunday Test Paper Scheme. Students are advised to collect the Postal Test Paper booklet from the respective Regional Offices i.e. Mumbai, Chennai, Kolkata, Kanpur and New Delhi. This scheme has been given immediate effect.

The Board of Studies also decided that Sunday Test Paper Scheme for Professional Education (Course II) students will continue to remain mandatory in the selected cities only. Accordingly, Sunday Tests will be conducted in Mumbai, Chennai, Kolkata, Delhi, Kanpur, Ahemdabad, Bangalore, Hyderabad, Jaipur, Pune. Students belonging to other cities may join Postal Test Paper Scheme. Alternatively, they may complete Sunday Tests for the purpose of eligibility for May, 2006 Examination through existing Sunday Test Centres. This Scheme has been given immediate effect.

Click here for the updated list of Sunday Test Centres.

Sunday Test Centres in other cities/Towns will be made non-operative w.e.f. 1st January, 2006.

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