CPT Result 2014 expected to be declared in June 2014, Keep visiting this page to check your result.
CPT is popularly known as Common Proficiency Test and it is a centralized eligibility test which is conducted by the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India. The test is taken after 10+2 for admission into Chartered Accountant course. There are four areas which the test covers that are Fundamentals of accountants, mercantile law, General economics, and quantitative aptitude. The test is basically divided into two sessions and each session consists of 100 objective questions. For instance, session 1 comprises of 100 questions; 60 questions in these examinations are from fundamentals of accounts and 40 of them are from mercantile law. Each correct answer carries 1 mark and for every wrong answer ¼ marks is deducted. Another session is of session ii which contains 100 objective questions. This session ii includes 50 from general economics and 50 from quantitative aptitude. The marking schemes of these are similar to each other in every aspect. The registration fee of CPT is Rs 6200/- and the fee should be paid through demand draft from any nationalized bank, in favor of the concerned name that is mentioned on the brochure. Students can even visit the official website for more information. The application form and the prospectus of CPT costs around Rs 100/-and it can be paid in cash.
The examinations for the same are conducted twice in a year mainly in the month of June and December. All the details regarding the schedule and last dates of filling up the application form are mentioned in the prospectus. According to the information published in the prospectus last dates of filling up the forms are April 4th for June attempt and October 4th for December attempt. The CPT result for June attempt are announced in the last week of July for June attempt and in the last week of January for December attempt.
Adding on there is a certain eligibility criteria for the students and it is mandatory for the students to follow the eligibility criteria that are set by the concerned authorities. However, these examinations are not a cake walk. Students are supposed to work extremely hard in order to crack such examinations. It goes without saying that hard work and determination are two key areas that are considered as essential components to get through these examinations. The examination is mainly for 4 hours duration i.e. two hours for one session and two hours for another.
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