ICAI CA Admit Card 2021: The Institute of Chartered Accountants of India (ICAI) has released the ICAI CA 2021 admit card for January exam on the official website. Candidates appearing for the ICAI CA 2021 entrance examinations can visit the official website of ICAI (icaiexams.icai.org) to download the ICAI CA Admit Card. According to the schedule, the exams will be held from January 21 to February 7.
Earlier, ICAI had allowed the candidates to change their exam cities. Students who were unable to take the exams from November 21 to December 14, 2020, will appear for Cycle 2 of CA exams in January/ February 2021.
Interestingly, keeping Covid 19 situation in mind, ICAI has also released an undertaking along with admit cards. According to an official statement, minor candidates will have to undertake that they are “appearing in January 2021 examination with the consent and permission of my parents /guardian.” The form must contain signature of parents or guardian. Candidates will have to sign the undertaking form in presence of invigilators at exam centres.
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“The above undertaking has to be filled up in advance before reaching the center, except candidate’s signature which has to be done in the presence of invigilator,” read the undertaking released by ICAI.
Candidates appearing for the ICAI CA 2021 January Session can download the CA admit card on the official website – icai.org. Candidates can also download the ICAI CA 2021 admit card through the direct link provided below.
Here is how you can download the ICAI CA Exams 2021 in 4 easy steps
Step 1: Go to the ICAI CA 2021 official website: icaiexams.icai.org
Step 2: Click on the ICAI CA 2021 students login link
Step 3: Enter the user credentials—Login ID and Password in the admit card link
Step 4: Download the ICAI CA 2021 Admit Card for further reference
ICAI CA 2021 admit card will include the details, such as the name and roll number of the students, the name of the examination centre, examination session, and the instructions to be followed by the students.