- ICAI CA Exam 2021 case in Supreme Court
- Apart from postponing the examination in the petition, 4 more demands
- Thousands of students have also written letter to PM Modi
ICAI CA Exam 2021 latest updates: Case of Institute of Chartered Accountants of India (ICAI) CA Exam 2021 (CA Exam 2021) Supreme Court has reached. As per the schedule released by ICAI the exam is going to start from 05th July. Admit cards have been issued. But whether the examination will be held on time or not, the answer has not been found. Thousands of candidates from across the country are demanding necessary changes in the exam. In this context, about 6000 candidates have also written a letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
In the petition filed in the Supreme Court on behalf of CA students, many demands have been made-
The first demand – the examination should be postponed.
Second demand – For the old course, one more attempt should be given for CA Inter Exam and CA Final Exam.
Third demand – The option to opt out of the exam should be kept open to all the students.
Fourth demand – Number of examination centers should be increased. At least one examination center should be set up in every district.
Fifth Demand – Admit card can be used as an e-pass for the examination. ICAI should make arrangements for the travel and stay of the students to reach the exam centre.
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It is to be noted that ICAI has given an opt out option for the CA exams for the May 2021 cycle. But many conditions are applicable in this. Only the students who fulfill the conditions can avail the opt out option and appear in the examination in November 2021 instead of July. Click to know what those terms are
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At present, the CA Inter and Final exams are to be held from July 05 to July 20 as per the schedule. Whereas CA Foundation Exam 2021 is going to be conducted from July 24 to July 30. The Supreme Court was scheduled to hear all the demands on June 28. But it has been postponed to Tuesday, June 29.