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Extension of due date for completion of 100 Hours IT training

Removing difficulties being faced by the students for successfully completing 100 Hours Information Technology Training before the commencement of November, 2009 Professional Competence Examination/ Integrated Professional Competence Examination

It has been brought to the notice of Board of Studies that some of the students who have to appear for the Professional Competence Examination/ Integrated Professional Competence Examination to be held in November, 2009, are facing difficulties in successfully completing 100 Hrs Information Technology Training by 31st October, 2009 due to capacity constraints in certain Information Technology Labs. In order to remove the difficulties being faced by such students, it has been decided that they may successfully complete their 100 Hours Information Technology Training before the date of declaration of the Professional Competence Examination/ Integrated Professional Competence Examination result for November 2009 Examination. Such students should submit proof of their successful completion of the 100 Hours Information Technology Training to the Examination Section before the date of declaration of the result.

Successful completion of 100 hours IT Training means

  • Completion of 100 Hours IT Training.
  • Passing two module tests by securing at least 50 per cent marks in individual tests.
  • Submission of project report.
  • Pass on-line examination and secure 60 (sixty) per cent marks in the aggregate.

Students should carefully note that if they do not successfully complete the 100 Hours IT training before the date of declaration of the result of November, 2009 Professional Competence Examination/ Integrated Professional Competence Examination and submit proof of successful completion to the Examination Section, ICAI Bhawan,C-1, Sector 1, Noida-201301 before that date their results are liable to be cancelled. Therefore, they are advised to successfully complete the 100 Hours IT training well before the date of declaration of the result (tentatively 15th January, 2010). In case they experience any difficulty in getting the admission for 100 Hours IT training they should immediately contact Mrs. Indu Arora, Additional Director of Studies, Phone No. 0120-3045927 and email indu@icai.org.

CA. R. Devarajan
Director, BOS



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