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FAQs on admit cards-November 2015 CA exams
October, 07th 2015
                  FAQs on admit cards-November 2015 CA exams

1. How do I get my admit card?

Admit cards in respect of candidates admitted to the Intermediate (IPC) and Final
November 2015 examination, with their photographs and signatures on them, are
hosted on www.icai.nic.in.

Candidates may print their admit cards from the website.

In terms of the decision of the Examination Committee of the Institute, physical
admit cards are being sent by post, only to those who submitted physical
examination forms ( i.e. OMR form). The practice of sending physical admit
cards by post, to those who had submitted their exam forms online, is
discontinued with effect from May 2014 examination onwards. Further, with
effect from May 2015 exams, physical admit cards will be printed on A 4 size
plain paper instead of on pre printed admit card stationery.

Physical admit cards as mentioned above, sent by post as well as those printed from
the website are valid for admission to the examination.

Admit card downloaded from the website contains your photograph and specimen
signature, besides other necessary details and is a valid admit card for gaining
admission to the examination. However, should there be still any query, feel free to
contact the Helpline numbers of the Exam dept. given in answer to Question No.14.




2. Will the admit cards contain my photograph and signature?

Yes, if the application you have submitted contains them.

3. I had not affixed my photograph in the exam form. Can I send them now?

Yes. However, once the admit cards are posted/hosted, no changes will be made
thereon. The photographs will be used at the time of preparation of pass certificates.
We advise you to carry with you a photo identity card issued by the Govt. agencies or
by ICAI at the time of registration as articled assistants, to the examination hall, along
with the admit card downloaded/printed from the website. Also please refer to the
reply to question no. 7 given herein below.

4. How do I print my admit card from the website

Visit the site http://www.icai.nic.in.

Enter the following:
       Select the examination for which you submitted the exam form
       Student registration number or the bar code of the examination form; and
       Personal Identification Number (PIN) indicated by you in your application
       form.

Your admit card and the "Instructions to Examinees" will appear on the screen. You
can then print the same in A 4 size paper.

5. What is PIN?

It is the four digit number of your choice which you have entered in your exam form.
It is like a password. Without this, you will not be able to download/print your admit
card from the website.

6. I forgot my PIN. What can I do now?

We had advised you, earlier, while you filled up the exam form, to memorise or keep
it safe for future reference. We had also advised you to keep a copy of the exam form
for reference at a later date, if need be. You can now check the copy of the form for
the PIN.

If you had not complied with that, you may call our Helpline numbers of the Exam
Dept. or the respective regional office(s) for assistance in the matter.

7. My photograph and/or signature are not there in the admit card. Is it valid?

Yes. It is valid. However, in such cases where your photograph is not on the admit
card, you should carry a photo identity card issued by the Govt. agencies or issued by
ICAI at the time of registration as articled assistants, failing which you will not be
allowed entry into the examination hall.

Else, you may get your photograph and signature attested by a Chartered Accountant
or a Gazetted Officer on his official letterhead( in duplicate) indicating inter-alia the
following:

Name
Registration Number
Exam
Month and Year of exam
Roll NO.
Medium
Group
Centre
Postal address
and carry the same to the examination centre, as proof of your identity. You will be
required to hand over the original to the exam centre and retain one copy for
yourselves.

You are also advised to carry one* stamp size photograph (matching with the
photograph affixed on the attested letter referred above) to the exam centre for
affixing the same at the appropriate place in the attendance register.

*NOTE: Please carry TWO stamp size photographs if you are a unit/both groups
candidate.

8. I have downloaded my admit card from the website. However, details therein
do not relate to me. What should I do?

Contact the Helpline numbers ( mentioned below) immediately, quoting your
registration number, bar code number of your examination form and receipt number
issued by the regional office(s), if any, centre opted (with zone, if applicable),
telephone number, fax number etc.

9. I have downloaded my admit card from the website. However, details therein
are different from what I had filled in my exam application form. What should I
do now?

Send an email or contact the Helpline numbers ( mentioned below) immediately,
quoting your registration number, bar code number of your examination form and
receipt number issued by the regional office(s), centre opted (with zone, if
applicable), telephone number, fax number etc.

10. I have not yet received the physical admit card sent by post by ICAI. What
should I do?

In terms of the decision of the Examination Committee of the Institute, physical
admit cards are being sent by post, only to those who submitted physical
examination forms ( i.e. OMR ).




The practice of sending physical admit cards by post, to those who had
submitted their exam forms online, is discontinued with effect from May 2014
examination onwards.

Physical admit cards ( printed on plain A-4 size sheet, instead of on pre printed admit
card stationery), to those who had submitted physical exam forms ( i.e. OMR forms)
have already been dispatched. You will be receiving them shortly. However, even if
you do not receive them, due to delays in transit, do not worry. You can print your
admit card from the website http://www.icai.nic.in and carry the same to the
examination hall. It is also valid.
11. I have not yet received the physical admit card sent by post by ICAI. Can I
have a duplicate admit card issued?

No. Duplicate admit cards will not be issued. However, a print out of the admit card
on A4 size paper will be issued, on request, which will be valid for admission to the
examination. In fact, you can take a print out of the admit card from the website
www.icai.nic.in yourself and use the same.

12. I am not able to print my admit card from the site. What should I do?

Contact the Helpline numbers (mentioned below) immediately, quoting your
registration number, bar code number of your examination form and receipt number
issued by the regional office(s), centre opted (with zone, if applicable), telephone
number, fax number etc.

13. I received my admit card. I have a valid exemption in a paper. However,
the admit card does not show that exemption. Will I get the exemption?

Exemptions granted to you are not shown on the admit card. Please go through the
relevant statement of marks of the exam, where in your opinion, you were granted an
exemption in a paper(s).

Alphabet "E" printed against the marks of a paper denotes that marks of that paper
have been brought forward from an exemption granted in that paper in an earlier
attempt.

So also, "#" symbol printed against the marks of a paper denotes that you have been
granted an exemption in that paper, which will be valid for the next three following
exams. Also the result below that Group shows "F-EX"

If no such symbol or alphabet is printed against the marks of any paper, even
though the marks obtained in that paper may be more than 60, then that
indicates that no exemption has been granted in that paper.

Also kindly refer to the FAQs on exemptions hosted on the website for more details.

14. What are the contact details?

Help Line Telephone numbers: 0120 3054 851, 852, 853 and 835
                             0120 4953 751, 752, 753 and 754
Fax 0120 3054 841, 843

E-mail:

Intermediate (IPC) candidates : intermediate_examhelpline@icai.in
Final candidates : final_examhelpline@icai.in

CPT candidates : cpt_exam@icai.in

 
 
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