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New ISCA Module for Final Nov 10

July 29, 2010 4 comments

Institute has finally announced that its New ISCA module will be applicable in Final New Course Nov 10 attempt.

Check the official notification at http://www.icai.org/post.html?post_id=6172&c_id=121

It reads as follows:

Revised study material on Final (New) Course, Group –II, Paper 6: Information Systems Control and Audit – (29-07-2010)


The study material of Final (New) Course, Group –II, Paper 6: Information Systems Control and Audit (ISCA) was revised and printed in March, 2010. Students are advised to go through this revised study material of ISCA which is applicable for Nov 2010 examination. The printed copy of the study material is available at the sales counter of the Decentralised Offices. For the facility of the students, the soft copy of this revised material is also available on the Institute’s website under BoS Knowledge Portal which can be downloaded free of cost. Print and view facility is also available.
Director
Board of Studies

You can also download the soft copy of the module from the following link:

http://www.icai.org/post.html?post_id=5778

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PCC Nov 09 First Rank Holder

February 2, 2010 3 comments

Professional Competence Examination Results


ROLL Number

42372

Name

Rupali Gupta

Group I

Advanced Accounting

088

Auditing and Assurance

079

Law, Ethics and Communication

071

Total

238

Result

PASS

Group II

Cost Accounting & Financial Management

082

Taxation

069

Information Technology and Strategic Management

067

Total

218

Result

PASS

Grand Total

456

Applicability of SAs in Nov’09 exam clarified

October 21, 2009 2 comments

“Student had been for long confused about the applicability of SAs or AAS in for their Auditing paper”

The Excel Sheet provided below an end to all confusion including answers to the following FAQs:
FAQ 1: Are students expected to remember the new SA numbers?
Answer – Yes. Further, while quoting the numbers in exams it is recommended to quote SA no. first and AAS numbers in the bracket Eg. “SA 500 Audit Evidence (AAS 5)”
FAQ 2: Is there a change in numbers only or the content has also been changed. If yes, are students expected to know the revised content and are there major differences?
Answer – Yes, there have been changes in the content of some but not all SAs as compared to the erstwhile AAS and students are expected to understand the mention the revised contents. However, in few SAs the changes are insignificant and some it is substantial. A details of such SAs is provided in the file attached.
FAQ 3: Are there any new SAs or else all SAs are in replacement of old AAS?
Answer: Yes, some new SAs have been introduced which are included in the syllabus of Nov 2009 exams. A details of such SAs is provided in the file attached.
For detailed notes on SAs with all revisions contact CACTUS
To download the file click the link:

List Of SAs to be refered for November 2009 Exams

October 14, 2009 7 comments

ICAI has published list of  SAs for  (PCC  & IPCC) \PE2\(Final New & Old Course)  for the purpose of November 2009 Exams.

It has also provided Detailed PDF files for all SAs for the purpose of reference.

For further Details visit the link below.

http://www.icai.org/post.html?post_id=5066&c_id=219

For detailed notes on SAs with all revisions contact CACTUS
To download the list of applicability of SAs in tabular format click below:

Relevant Updates and Case Laws (IDTL) for CA Final Exams

October 4, 2009 2 comments

Institute’s announcement for the students!!!

October 1, 2009 Leave a comment

The Examination Committee has taken the following important decisions for the November, 2009 examinations.

Students are advised to note them carefully.

A. CA course being a professional course, practical training is an essential part of it and accordingly all papers of Professional Competence Examination as well as Final should be practical oriented questions as also of the level of knowledge should be expert and not working knowledge.

All questions should be compulsory at both Professional Competence Examination / Integrated Professional Competence Examination and Final examinations.

B. Students appearing for the Professional Competence Examination (PCE) for November, 2009 are advised to carefully note the following important decisions taken in relation to the syllabus and pattern of questions to be set in the examinations.

 1. Paper 2 – Auditing and Assurance Students may note that a detailed announcement regarding applicable Standards on Auditing and the publications of the ICAI relevant for the examination has already been published in the September, 2009 issue of the Newsletter. They may further note that since the fringe benefit tax has been abolished w.e.f. April 1, 2010 no question would be asked on tax audit relating to FBT. Further the provisions of CARO, 2003 would be applicable.

 2. Paper 5 – Taxation The question paper would be of practical nature. Students may note that the coverage of sections for the PCE syllabus is as follows:

PART – I: INCOME–TAX (75 MARKS)

Contents: Important definitions in the Income-tax Act, 1961 [Section 2]. Basis of charge; Rates of taxes applicable for different types of assessees [Sections 4, 111A, 112 & 115BB]. Concepts of previous year and assessment year [Sections 2, 3, 68 to 69D, 172 to 176]. Residential status and scope of total income; Income deemed to be received/deemed to accrue or arise in India [Sections 5 to 9]. Incomes which do not form part of total income [Sections 10 to 13A, 14A, 115BBC]. Heads of income and the provisions governing computation of income under different heads [Sections 14 to 59, Sections 89, 111A, 112, 115BB, 145]. Income of other persons included in assessee’s total income [Sections 60 to 65]. Aggregation of income; Set-off or carry forward and Set-off losses [Sections 70 to 80]. Deductions from gross total income [Sections 80A to 80U]. Computation of total income and tax payable; Rebates and relief’s (Comprehensively covers all sections mentioned above). Provisions concerning advance tax and tax deducted at source [Sections 190 to 219, 234B & 234C]. Provisions for filing of return of income [Sections 139 to 140, 234A].

PART – II: SERVICE TAX AND VAT (25 MARKS) Contents: Service tax – Concepts and general principles [Section 64]. Charge of service tax and taxable services [Sections 65 and 66]. Valuation of taxable service [Section 67]. Payment of service tax and filing of returns [Sections 68, 70,71,73A, 73B and 75]. VAT – Concepts and general principles. Note: If new legislations are enacted in place of the existing legislations the syllabus will accordingly include the corresponding provisions of such new legislations in the place of the existing legislations with effect from the date to be notified by the Institute. Students shall not be examined with reference to any particular State VAT Law. 3. Further students should clearly note that working notes should form part of the answers.

Note: Students may note that the first paragraph of this announcement is in addition to the announcement already published in the October, 2009 issue of the students’ newsletter – The Chartered Accountant Student.

So basically thats a hell of an announcement. And we can say that its the institute’s way of waking up the students!

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Case Laws DT/IDT for Nov 09 attempt!!

September 18, 2009 6 comments

Hi All!

I have uploaded the chapter wise compilation of case lawsofmDT/IDT applicable for Novemeber 09 attempt.

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