CA Final Registration for the May 2022 exams has begun by the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India (ICAI). Also, ICAI conducts the CA Final exams twice a year. However, an aspirant can do ICAI CA final registration throughout the year. Last date for filling registration form for May 2022 exams is 1 July 2022. Those wishing to enrol in CA Final have to pass the IPCC and CA Intermediate groups first. Moreover, students ask about the CA Final Date sheet for MAY 2022 CA Final attempt, which you can check out through the above-given link.
First, for starting the ICAI final registration procedure, you have to log in to the (SSP) Self Service Portal by going to the official website of ICAI. After that, you need to enter your registration ID & Password. Following that, choose your student cycle, fill out the form, and attest the necessary documents.
The CA Final exam registration fees for the May 2022 attempt is 22,000 Rs & 1100$ for international students. You have to pay the fees and print out the registration form for future use.
Scroll down to learn more about filling out the CA Final registration form, required documents, eligibility criteria, last date of filing the registration form and other information.
CA Final Eligibility Criteria
For registration to be successful, applicants must ensure that they meet all eligibility criteria described by ICAI. Below are the complete details regarding the eligibility of ICAI Final registration May 2022.
- Applicants must have passed their CA Intermediate/CA IPCC examinations with a minimum of 50% aggregate or 40% in each subject.
- It is necessary for applicants to have undergone two and a half years of articleship training.
Documents Required for the CA Final Registration
Aspirants have to submit certain specific documents during CA Final registration. So, here are the documents which scanned copies you have to keep with you while going for filling out the registration form.
- Student’s signature.
- Passport Size Photographs.
- CA IPCC/Intermediate exam result, attested copy of the result.
- CA Foundation/CPT exam certified copy.
- Nationality Certificate of the candidate.
- A copy of the special category certificate.
How to Apply for CA Final Registration 2022 Online?
Here is the complete step-by-step guide on how to fill out the CA Final Registration form that you can follow.
Step 1. Go to the ICAI official website and look for the SSP portal in the header section.
Step 2. Now, enter your previous registration id number and password.
Step 3. After That, choose the “Student Cycle” & then the “CA Final Course” option given on the page.
Step 4. Now, the registration page is in front of you, showing your basic details (Intermediate exam). Cross-check all the mentioned details with your original documents and check out for the additional documents which you will need to submit on this page for registration and submit those documents.
Step 5. After filling out the details, the next page that will appear is for the fees payment of CA Final Registration Fees (22,000 Rs), which you can submit through Debit Card, Net Banking, or Credit Card.
Step 6. Now, you’ll get the Recaptcha option to confirm the registration form fees; click on that button and confirm the procedure. After doing all the given steps, you have to download the PDF copy of the Registration Form, which includes your basic details and your registration number.
Suppose any candidate makes a mistake while filling out the registration form, such as paper language change or change in elective papers or exam centres. In that case, they have to get it fixed during the correction window, free of cost for the students.
ICAI will provide the study material for the preparation of the CA Final exams delivered to your home directly without any cost from the (CDS) Centralized Dispatch System.
CA Final Registration Fees
Indian students have to pay 22,000 Rs & international students have to pay 1100$ for the CA Final Registration. The student may pay fees through online methods such as credit card, debit card or net banking.
Details Mentioned on the Registration Form
Below are the details mentioned in your registration form:
- Candidate Name
- Scanned Copy of CA intermediate / IPCC examination mark sheet
- Candidate’s Contact Number
- Residential Address
- Parents’ Name
- Email Address
- Applicant’s marks in the Intermediate / IPCC exam
- Date of Birth
- CA Intermediate / IPCC examination roll number
- Copies of the attestation of the special categories certificate, such as SC/ST, OBC, and Differently abled
How to Check the CA Final Registration Status?
Once you have registered, you will receive an email confirming your CA Final Registration along with the password. Although, students may inquire about their registration status from the regional office or contact the customer service team.
The registration validity of CA Final Registration is valid for five years. Furthermore, students can take up to ten attempts to pass the exam. In case, If any student is unable to clear the exam in the period of these five years, they have to re-apply for the registration form.
How to Revalidate Your CA Final Registration?
According to ICAI, CA Final exam registration has a validity of 5 years. After this time, the applicant has to revalidate their registration period. For revalidation, You’ll be required to submit 500 Rs as a revalidation fee. You have to go to the ICAI official website and then visit the student’s dashboard & submit your revalidation form over there.
After revalidation, you have to mention the revalidation date in your exam application form. After that, you are eligible for sitting in the upcoming CA Final examination.
The CA final exam is the final stage in the chartered accountant programme. A candidate must complete all of the CA Foundation registration and exam form paperwork before the examination date. All of the above information given in the blog will aid you in completing your CA final registration. If you wish to register for the CA final exam in 2022, you must complete all of the steps listed above. Finally, best of luck with your forthcoming CA Final exam.