not trying to discourage students who efficiently utilise many months for their
studies - this article is for those who, by any reason, have not been able to
prepare well and have very less time remaining for their examination. To those
students I say, don't give up! It is still possible and achievable for you to
pass your exams.
my story of clearing IPCC. Due to certain unfortunate circumstances and bad
choices, I could not study anything at all before my first attempt and failed
to clear IPCC. Feeling discouraged and demotivated, I spent the next few months
in despair and disappointment. All I could think of was my failure. As a
result, I wasn't able to study again and wasted most of my time - before I knew
it, there was just one month left for my second attempt.
decided that this vicious cycle must come to an end. I began to rebuild my
confidence and faith in myself. I realised that it is very important to refuse
to let the fear of failure take over my mind. I gathered all the courage I
could manage and decided that I CAN and WILL clear both groups this time, no
matter what. Within half a month, my confidence and resolve to succeed was
was left with 19 days before the first IPCC exam. I broke off all social
contact and took proper care of my health. I decided that I will let nothing
stop me this time - and when you fully believe in yourself, nothing can stop
you from succeeding. Based on my experience, I want to share my story and
suggest a study plan to those who are in a similar situation as I was. I used
the following plan to prepare for my exams and it may work for you too.
This plan will work only if you have taken classes for some subjects and you
have some basic idea about everything - if you know absolutely nothing, no one
can save you.
Create a schedule on paper for the next 19 days. Keep the last 2 days for
a set of Solved IPCC Scanners (solved past year question papers) and go through
the pattern of papers. CA exams can be quite unpredictable, but still you can
get some idea about topics repeatedly asked in every attempt. I know it is
advised to study every single topic before the exams, but if you study the most
repeated topics first, you can go through the remaining ones in the gaps
between exams. On the first day, mark the most-important chapters from each
subject and write them down somewhere.
you have 17 days and 6 subjects. Do not let this discourage you. Strengthen
your determination and take a resolve that you can do this. Believe in yourself
and in your capabilities. Each day, tell yourself that it is possible for you.
Eliminate all your distractions and prepare yourself to study for around 17-18
hours a day. You will need to invest all of your free time into studying to be
able to achieve the task of clearing the IPCC in first attempt.
ICAI Spearheads Education Revolution in Collaboration with MHRD, Government of India
The first MoU signed between CA. K. Raghu, President, ICAI and Mr. Praveen Prakash, Joint Secretary [TEL], MHRD in the presence of Dr. M. M. Pallam Raju, Hon’ble Minister of HRD, The Government of India, on January 2, 2009, had launched a centrally Sponsored Plan Scheme, namely, the National Mission on Education through Information and Communication Technology (NMEICT).
This activity has the potential to revolutionize education delivery across the length and breadth of the country in a highly cost effective manner.
For the viewers the service would be free. In order to make use of the modern technology for its registered students, the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India (ICAI) has in the past been using all possible ICT modes, including delivery of audio video lectures extensively through Gyan Darshan etc.
The ICAI intends to use the upcoming DTH platform of MHRD i.e. ICAI T. V. Channel for the benefit of more than 8 Lakh students pursuing Chartered Accountancy Course across the country.