CMA Foundation Eligibility Criteria – June 2019
ICWAI | CMA Foundation Eligibility Criteria – After completion of the 12th class, a candidate can apply for the foundation course. ICWAI has changed its name to ICAI and also ICWA course name is changed into CMA course.The minimum age required for registering for the CWA/ICWA Foundation is 17 years on the date of registration.
ICWAI | CMA Foundation Eligibility Criteria | ICWAI foundation:
- The candidate has to pass 10th class or equivalent from a recognised board.
- 10+2 from a recognised board or an examination equivalent to 10+2 which is recognised by the central government. Or diploma in commerce examination held by all India council of technical education.or any State Board of Technical Education under the authority of the said All India Council, or the Diploma in Rural Service Examination conducted by the National Council of Higher Education.
- The minimum age required for registering for the CWA/ICWA Foundation is 17 years on the date of registration.It should be noted that, for registering for the subsequent level i.e. intermediate level a candidate should have completed 18 years age on the date of making application for registration for the level.
Eligibility for cma foundation : The minimum course duration as per the regulations of the institution is 6 monthsThe course duration is the minimum time that a student has to spend on taking up the course at this level. It is the period starting from the time the student gets registered for the course, to the time the student completes the course at this level.
The actual time that a student has to spend on the course would be dependent on the actual date of registration.
Important Notification regarding Foundation Examination
Eligibility for cma foundation : This is for the information of all concerned that effective from June 2017, the examination for Foundation course of the Institute will be held twice a year (i.e., June & December) in descriptive mode for all the four subjects, each carrying 100 marks as opposed to online examination (MCQ based) of four subjects of 50 marks each that is being conducted currently. That is, December 2015 term will be the last term for conducting MCQ based online examination and those candidates who will be unsuccessful in June 2017 will be given another opportunity in March 2016 for appearing in the MCQ based online examination.