ICAI News:- Important Announcement November-2020 CA Examinations

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Important Announcement November-2020 CA Examinations | ICAI News

A fake announcement of 27.10.2020 is doing rounds on social media, making false assertions of the
postponement of the ICAI Examination schedule. It is clarified that the examination schedule, as
already announced, shall commence as under:-

FOUNDATION COURSE EXAMINATION

8th, 10th, 12th & 14th December 2020

INTERMEDIATE (IPC) COURSE EXAMINATION – Under OLD SCHEME

Group-I: 22nd, 24th, 26th & 28th November 2020 / Group-II: 1st, 3rd & 5th December 2020

INTERMEDIATE COURSE EXAMINATION – Under NEW SCHEME

Group-I : 22nd , 24th, 26th & 28th November 2020 / Group-II: 1st, 3rd, 5th & 7th December 2020

FINAL COURSE EXAMINATION – Under OLD SCHEME

Group –I : 21st, 23rd, 25th & 27th November 2020 / Group -II: 29th November 2020, 2nd, 4th & 6th
December 2020

FINAL COURSE EXAMINATION – Under NEW SCHEME

Group -I: 21st, 23rd, 25th & 27th November 2020 / Group -II: 29th November 2020, 2nd, 4th & 6th
December 2020

INSURANCE AND RISK MANAGEMENT (IRM) TECHNICAL EXAMINATION

Modules I to IV 21st, 23rd , 25th & 27th November 2020

INTERNATIONAL TRADE LAWS AND WORLD TRADE ORGANISATION (ITL & WTO), Part I EXAMINATION

Group A 21st & 23rd November 2020 / Group B 25th & 27th November 2020

INTERNATIONAL TAXATION – ASSESSMENT TEST (INTT – AT) 21st & 23rd November 2020

The students and public at large are advised not to get swayed by the mischievous agenda perpetrated
by the certain vested interest which disrupts the preparation of students and others who are associated in
Examination activities. The students and the public are hereby informed that there is no change in the
examination schedule as already announced vide ICAI’s announcement dated 13.10.2020
(https://resource.cdn.icai.org/61467exam50014.pdf) and the same shall be held strictly in accordance
with the schedule so announced already.

It is also clarified that spreading rumors and canards of this Examination activity is being referred to
the Cyber Crime Cell to bring such elements to be dealt with under the provisions of Law.

Students are also advised that they should only refer to the ICAI website for such announcements and
ignore such malicious campaigns that are far from truth and ground reality.

S. K. Garg
Additional Secretary, Examinations

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