Delhi HC asks ICAI to submit all relevant documents of January CA Final results

Delhi HC asks ICAI to submit all relevant documents of January CA Final results
Abhay Anand | Mar 17, 2018 - 2:56 p.m. IST
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NEW DELHI, MARCH 17: The Delhi High Court on a Petition filed by students has ordered the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India (ICAI) to submit all the relevant documents related to the moderation procedure adopted for the results announced in January.

The Division Bench of Court has listed the matter for further hearing on May 8. While giving the Order to ICAI it observed, “The respondent Institute shall produce the relevant official records pertaining to the receipt and compilation of the documents, the moderation procedure adopted leading to the final declaration of results which would also include the relevant notings etc.”

The students have claimed that they had passed the examination but a few hours later they found that they had failed. It is being claimed that nearly 5000 students were affected because of the said 'error'.

later the ICAI clarified that there was no error in the results of CA Final examination held in November 2017, declared on January 17.

The Institute also clarified that the results posted on the website are error-free and correct. The Institute has also clarified that the student can access and print the mark sheets from these websites though formal mark sheets are sent separately.

“It is brought to notice that some mismatches had occurred in the file attached to the internal communication to the branches. The Department, realizing this mismatch, had immediately intimated the correct printing formats to branches and regional councils. It was brought to our notice that this internal communication has been inadvertently shared outside which has created certain confusion in the student fraternity. In view of this, it is felt necessary to issue this clarification,” the Institute said.


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