CA IPCC Students Debarred for Copying IT SM Exam

In exercise of the powers conferred by Regulation 41 read with Regulation 176 of the Chartered Accountants Regulations, 1988, students who engage in violations relating in Misconduct during an Exam shall be Punished accordingly.

In the IT & SM Exam held today, a total of 8 students have been caught violating the Examination Rules prescribed by ICAI.

Four Students from Mumbai area have been caught copying in the Exam. The Students have created a common Whatsapp Group, to which Answers to the questions asked in IT SM exam were being posted.

One Student from Kolkata was caught using a mobile phone during the exam. In 2 other different cases, students were engaging in similar misconduct.

All these students shall be debarred from appearing in the from appearing further CA IPCC exams, until a further notice is given.

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Submission of Forged Documents

The Institute has observed certain instances where students and candidates for Institute’s examinations have submitted fictitious/ forged documents to the Institute duly attested by members.

While the Executive Committee of the Institute has decided that a general advisory be issued to the members cautioning them to be careful while attesting the documents, lest they might attract the provisions of disciplinary mechanism.

It has also been decided that such students/ candidates be debarred from pursuing the Chartered Accountancy course permanently and be not registered in any stream of the Course and further that the course fee deposited by such students/ candidates be forfeited.

All Students and candidates for Institute’s examinations are, therefore, cautioned to be careful while submitting documents to the Institute in order to avoid any unpleasant situation thereafter.

V. Sagar