INFO. ABOUT CA - IPCC IPCE :Qualifying Marks


INFO. ABOUT CA - IPCC IPCE :Qualifying Marks

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CA - IPCC IPCE : Qualifying Marks - Pass Marks in each part/section separately!!

 CA - IPCC IPCE : Qualifying Marks - Pass Marks in each part/section separately!!

An aggregate of 50% in all the papers together is required to qualify in the examination.

A candidate is considered to have passed the IPCC/IPCE if he passes both the groups constituting this level.

He/she may get through the groups in one or more attempts either together or separately.

Passing both groups together:

A student is said to have passed both the groups together if he secures "a minimum of 40 marks in each paper and an aggregate of 50% in all the papers of both the groups put together"

Passing only one group:

A student is said to have passed one of the groups if he secures "a minimum of 40 marks in each paper and an aggregate of 50% in all the papers of that group"

A typical Example

  1 2 3 4 Total 5 6 7 Total Grand Total Result
A 40 40 40 40 160 40 40 40 120 280 Failed Both
<50% <50% <50%
Didn't pass any group even when considered separately
B 54 40 43 52 189 42 48 44 134 323 Failed Both
<50% <50% <50%
Didn't pass any group even when considered separately
C 65 35 56 50 206 80 39 55 174 380 Failed Both
× ≥50% × ≥50% ≥50%
Didn't pass any group even when considered separately
D 40 40 40 50 170 80 40 60 180 350 Passed Both
≤50% ≥50% ≥50%
Note the advantage with considering the two groups together here. 
The student will fail Group I if they are considered separately.
E 60 70 55 45 230 50 40 40 130 360 Passed Both
≥50% ≤50% ≥50%
Note the advantage with considering the two groups together here. 
The student will fail Group II if they are considered separately.
F 60 70 45 55 230 60 55 40 155 385 Passed Both
≥50% ≥50% ≥50%
G 50 55 45 55 205 38 55 60 153 358 Passed Group I
≥50% ≥50% ≥50%
H 50 45 42 40 177 48 52 62 162 339 Passed Group II
<50% ≥50% <50%

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