CA Foundation Toppers for of Nov 2018
Through this article you will get to know the details about the CA Foundation topper list of Nov 2018 exam.
ICAI has declared to announce CA Foundation result of November 2018 exam on Wednesday, the 23rd Jan 2019 at 6:00 P.M.
CA Foundation Course candidate shall be declared to have passed the examination if he/ she obtains at one sitting-
A minimum of 40% marks in each paper and a minimum of 50% marks in aggregate of all the papers, subject to the principle of negative marking.
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CA Foundation Topper List
CA Foundation Topper :Delhi girl Swati secured first rank with 332 marks (83%). Raipur boy Ayush Agrawal bagged the second position with 331 marks (82.75%), and Swaleha Sajid of Haldwani grabbed the third position with 327 marks (81.75%).
CA Foundation Toppers Mark sheet – May 2018 exam
CA Foundation Toppers Mark sheet : Following 3 candidates of CA Foundation Course have passed CA foundation level exam with distinction.
All India Topper First Rank:
Swati who secured 332 marks out of 400 and become all India topper.
All India Second Rank:
Ayush Agrawal who secured 331 marks out of 400 and become second rank holder.
All India Third Rank:
Swaleha Sajid who secured 327 marks out of 400 and become third rank holder.
CA Foundation AIR 1 Swati May 2018 exam
CA Foundation AIR 2 Ayush Agrawal May 2018 exam
CA Foundation AIR 3 Swaleha Sajid May 2018 exam
CA Foundation Toppers Merit list – may 2018 exam
CA Foundation Toppers Mark sheet : You can download the list of top 50 rank holders published by ICAI for CA Foundation may 2018 exam
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