Assam Floods: ICAI CA Foundation exam 2022 postponed at Silchar centre

ICAI has postponed the CA Foundation exam scheduled for today and June 26 as the situation in Silchar is alarming with most areas still under water.

Assam Floods: ICAI CA Foundation exam 2022 postponed at Silchar centre ICAI CA Foundation exam 2022 postponed
Vagisha Kaushik | Jun 24, 2022 - 1:36 p.m. IST
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NEW DELHI: The Institute of Chartered Accountants of India (ICAI) has postponed the Chartered Accountants (CA) Foundation exam 2022 scheduled for today, June 24 and 26 at Silchar centre in Assam due to floods.

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ICAI’s latest notification reads, “Due to ongoing floods at Silchar City (Assam), it has been decided by the competent authority to postpone Chartered Accountants Foundation Examination, Paper – 1 [Principles and Practice of Accounting] and Paper - 2 [Business Laws & Business Correspondence and Reporting] scheduled to be held on 24th and 26th June 2022 respectively in Silchar (Assam) Examination Centre only.”

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ICAI will announce the new dates for these exams at the Silchar exam centre soon. The Institute informed that the schedule of CA Foundation exam of all other papers, cities will remain unchanged.

ICAI is conducting CA Foundation exams from today, June 24 to June 30, 2022 in offline mode at exam centres across the country and some outside India.

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The flood situation in Assam was critical on Friday with 45.34 lakh people reeling under the deluge, officials said, according to a PTI report. The toll rose to 108 with seven deaths reported in the last 24 hours, they added. The situation in Silchar, considered 'Gateway to Barak Valley', is alarming with most areas still under water, a district official said.

The Assam State Disaster Management Authority (ASDMA) reportedly said that it has further expedited rescue and relief operations with additional resources deployed in the severely affected districts, especially Cachar where Silchar is located. Nearly 3 lakh people have been affected by an acute shortage of food, clean drinking water and medicines as almost the entire Silchar town is submerged in flood waters, officials said.

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