The results of the Chartered Accountants (CA) Intermediate - Integrated Professional Competence Course (IPCC) examination has been published by ICAI (Institute of Chartered Accountants of India).
The topper of this exam is Rekha Ghevarram Suthar. She is from Pune and has topped the examination by scoring 79.86 per cent. The second rank has been secured by Aayush Agrawal from Kolkata Shivkrish V from Chennai stood at the third position.
The exam was conducted by the Institute in November, 2016. The results have been declared on January 31, 2017. In Group I, 69653 candidates appeared for the exam out of which 13424 have passed while in Group II (pass per cent 19.27), 62123 have given the IPCC exam and 18701 have cleared it (pass per cent 30.10).
How to check the CA IPCC results?
In order to get the results of CA Intermediate IPC November 2016 through SMS candidates should type: CAINTER(Space)XXXXXX (where XXXXXX is the six digit Intermediate (IPC) Examination roll number of the candidate). e.g. CAINTER 302971 and send the message to 58888. This is applicable for all mobile services.
According to ICAI official website, the following are its duties:
- To address the issues of profession and challenges faced by the CA Firms and enhancing their competence through capacity building and improving their visibility amongst the business community.
- To conceptualise regulatory framework to facilitate capacity building and to develop rules for formal and informal Networking, Merger, De-Merger of CA firms and to standardise implementation issues at the Firms level.
- To promote Corporate Form of Practice and Multi-Disciplinary profession by way of encouraging collaboration amongst the professionals/experts in the relevant fields and facilitating multi-disciplinary partnership and limited liability partnership.
- To provide comprehensive guidance for consolidation of small & medium practitioners and to prescribe standards of professional practice enabling them to provide effective and value-added services.
- To take all steps and actions required for creating awareness and to establish IT centres & Network clinics for developing a technical forum for interaction among the firms.
- To review the regulatory impediments and to suggest changes in this regard for strengthening and developing the capacity of Indian CA Firms.
- To review the progress of the networking of the Firm in the context of current rules and procedures and to suggest measures including changes for ensuring effective consolidation and networking of CA firms.
- To develop ways & means and conduct various programmes to assist small & medium practitioners to manage the practice in an efficient manner and to assist them in identifying emerging and specialised service areas of practice.
- To develop or provide IT enabled services for CA Firms and Small & Medium Practitioners and to create or provide knowledge contents in various forms for facilitating all professional requirements of Practising CAs.
- To release Reference Material or Knowledge matter or CD/DVD or Electronic matter on the issues of professional interest and to facilitate and improve skills in all field of finance, Accounts, Tax and Audit.