CPT 2013 Registration | Online Forms | Fees | Syllabus |
CPT is the gateway to CA Course
CPT 2013 Registration Requirements
The students must have passed 10+2 examination or its equivalent, from any recognized Board.
However Graduates are Exempt From CPT exams and can directly register for IPCC .
Dates for Registration
Students are required to register for CA Course upto 2nd April 2013 at ICAI. Students registered before 2nd April 2013 eligible to give exam and sit for June 2013 Exam .
Examination form and Registration forms are available at local ICAI Offices . They can be filled and submitted there along with fees Rs1,000
Candidates can fill up the examination application form online at http://icaiexam.icai.org from 3rd April, 2013 (10.00 hrs) to 24th April, 2013 (17.30 hrs) and pay the fee online by using either VISA or MASTER Credit/ Debit Card . Fees in this case will be Rs 500
Validity of CPT registration
Last date for Examination Form (Both Online and offline)
Last date is 24th April, 2013. Applications received after 24th April, 2013 shall not be entertained under any circumstances.
Date and Time of Examination:
June 2013 Exam will be held on Sunday, 16th June, 2013
“A candidate for the Common Proficiency Test shall ordinarily be declared to have passed the test if he obtains at one sitting a minimum of thirty per cent marks in each section and a minimum of fifty per cent marks in the aggregate of all the sections, subject to the principle of negative marking, in such manner as may be determined by the Council, from time to time.”
Negative Marking: ¼ (one fourth) mark shall be deducted for each wrong answer
multiple darkened circles for a question will also be treated as wrong answer.
Pass with Distinction
Theoretical Framework, Bank Reconciliation Statement, Accounting Process, Introduction to Company Accounts, Partnership Accounts, Accounting for Special Transactions, Preparation of Final Accounts for Sole Proprietors, Depreciation accounting, Inventories.
2. Mercantile Law
The Indian Contract Act 1872, The Sale of Goods Act, 1930 and the India Partnership Act, 1932.
Economic Reforms in India, Select aspects of Indian Economy, Indian Economy – A Profile, Price Determination in Different Markets, Theory of Production and Cost, Theory of Demand and Supply, Micro Economics.
4. Quantitative Aptitude
Sampling Theory, Theoretical Distributions, Probability and Expected Value by Mathematical Expectation, Correlation and Regression, Measures of Central Tendency and Dispersion, Statistical description of data, Basic concepts of Differential and Integral Calculus, Limits and Continuity – Intuitive Approach, Sets, Functions and Relations, Sequence and Series – Arithmetic and geometric progressions, Basic concepts of Permutations and Combinations, Simple and Compound Interest including annuity – Applications, Inequalities, Equations, Ratio and proportion, Indices, Logarithms.
By Paramjit Singh