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Registering for CA Foundation and CA Intermediate Exams with ICAI



The journey to becoming a Chartered Accountant (CA) is a challenging yet rewarding, and it all begins with registering for the CA Foundation and CA Intermediate exams conducted by the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India (ICAI). Here's a step-by-step guide to help you smoothly navigate through the registration process.


Step 1: Understand Eligibility Criteria

Before initiating the registration process, ensure that you meet the eligibility criteria for CA Foundation or CA Intermediate exams. To attempt for the Foundation exam , candidates must have completed their 10+2 education or equivalent and for the Intermediate exam, candidates should either clear the Foundation exam or be a graduate from a recognized university. But you can register for both Foundation and CA Intermediate courses while studying in 10th,11th,12th or graduation as ICAI registration is valid for 3 years for CA foundation and 4 years for CA Intermediate.


Step 2: Create an Account on the ICAI Portal

Visit the official ICAI website and create an account. Provide the required details, including your name, email address, and mobile number. Once your account is created, you can log in to access the registration forms.


Step 3: Fill in the Registration Form

Navigate to the 'Student' tab on the ICAI portal and select 'Course Registration Forms.' Choose either the Foundation or Intermediate course registration form, depending on your eligibility. Fill in the required details accurately, including personal information, educational qualifications, and other relevant information.


Step 4: Upload Documents

After completing the registration form, you will need to upload scanned copies of supporting documents, such as your photograph, signature, and educational certificates and your educational certificate should be attested by school principal or CA only. Ensure that the documents meet the specified requirements to avoid any delays in the registration process.


Step 5: Pay the Registration Fees

Proceed to the payment section and pay the registration fees using the online payment options available on the ICAI portal. The registration fees vary for CA Foundation and CA Intermediate courses. It's essential to keep the transaction details for future reference.


Step 6: Receive Study Material

Once your registration is confirmed, ICAI will dispatch the study material to the address provided during the registration process or you can edit your address later while ordering study material once get registration confirmation mail from ICAI. Familiarize yourself with the study material, as it forms the foundation of your exam preparation.


Step 7: Prepare for Exams

Dedicate ample time to prepare for the exams. The CA Foundation and CA Intermediate exams are challenging, covering a range of subjects related to accountancy, law, taxation, and more. Create a study schedule, seek guidance if needed, and consistently work towards mastering the course content.


Step 8:Exam Form, Admit Card and Exam Day

You can fill your exam form 2 month before your exam month. As the exam date approaches, download your admit card from the ICAI portal. Ensure that you have all the necessary documents and follow the guidelines provided by ICAI on the exam day.

By following these steps , you can successfully register for CA Foundation and CA Intermediate exams with ICAI.


Or you can contact RMS CA Coaching chandigarh directly for your ICAI registration process, our dedicated team is always here for your help and support. Call us at 9988056377 for any query related to your ICAI registration.


Remember, this journey requires dedication, continuous learning, and a commitment to the highest standards of professional excellence and here RMS is the best platform for you CA journey. Good luck on your path to becoming a Chartered Accountant!

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