The Institute of Chartered Accountants of India (ICAI) today announced the following results:
- Chartered Accountants Final Examination held in May, 2017.
- Common Proficiency Test (CPT) held in June, 2017
Since December 1949, the Chartered Accountancy Examination is held twice in a year in the months of May/June and November/December. There are total 372 Centers. In India there are 368 Centers and 4 Centers are in Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Muscat and Kathmandu.
The above details are also attached at Annexure-A.
II. The details of 3 toppers from different cities for Chartered Accountants Final Examination is attached at Annexure-B.
III. The result analysis of the Chartered Accountants Final Examination in terms of number of candidates appeared, number of candidates passed and the pass percentage is mentioned in the attachment at Annexure-C.
IV. For your reference, placed below is the data for Chartered Accountants Final Examination held in May 2017.
- No. of Students admitted for the CA Final Exam - 1, 32,007
- No. of Exam Centers across the globe - 372
I. The result analysis of the CPT Examination in terms of gender and total pass percentage is mentioned in the attachment at Annexure-D.
II. For your reference, placed below is the data for Common Proficiency Test (CPT) held in June 2017.
- No. of Students admitted in the CPT Exam - 93,262
- No. of CPT Exam Centers across the globe - 372
The result analysis of Chartered Accountants Final Examination and Common Proficiency Test (CPT) have been hosted on the website: icaiexam.icai.org.
CA. Nilesh S. Vikamsey, President, ICAI on this occasion stated “Success is no accident, It is hard work, perseverance, learning, studying, sacrifice and most of all, love of what you are doing.”
While encouraging the successful students Vikamsey added,” The nation has high hopes from Chartered Accountants as they are multidimensional professionals having expertise and knowledge to handle today’s robust corporate dynamics. Be honest, sincere, truthful, humble and polite. Be mindful of your thoughts and actions. Remember that you are respected for your character first and then for your achievements.”