The Institute of Chartered Accountants of India ICAI has Announced a new Circular related to the CA Foundation course. The number of Intermediate and 10th Class Students are registering for the CA Foundation Course. This year CA Foundation Exam going to hold four Days across the World. Starting From May 10 to May 16th. Now CA Foundation Paper is Objective Cum Descriptive In nature. There is a negative marking of 1/4th It means each four wrong answers carries Deduct One Right Mark.
As we know CA Foundation course is Entry Level Examination For Chartered Accountancy which held twice in the Year. Earlier we used to call CA CPT now it is turned into CA Foundation Course.
CA Foundation Exam Pattern 2020
Many numbers of the students are referring to the CA Foundation exam pattern to score the best marks in the exam. To get good marks students also follow the CA Foundation Revision Test Papers with Suggest Answers. Candidates can download the CA Foundation Exam Pattern 2020 in the PDF format by just following below-given link below.
Name of the Institute:- Institute of Chartered Accountants of India ICAI.
Name of the Course:– CA Foundation Course.
Mode of Examination:– Offline Mode.
Nature of Exam:- Objective and Subjective Type.
Medium:- English and Hindi Medium.
Number of Papers:– 4
Chartered Accountant CA Foundation Exam Schedule 2020
|CA Foundation Paper||Exam Type||Date and Time|
|Paper ` Principles and Practice of Accounting||Subjective||Updated soon|
|Paper 2 Business Laws and Business Correspondence and Recording||Subjective||Updated Soon|
|Paper 3 Business Mathematics, Logical Reasoning and Statistics||Objective||Updated Soon|
|Paper 4 Business Economics and Business Commercial Knowledge||Objective||Updated Soon|
CA Foundation Exam Pattern 2020
CA Foundation is come up with Four Papers two Objective type and Two Subjective Type Papers. There will be 1/4th Negative Marking in the Objective type papers. As per the CA Foundation Guidelines, candidates need to attempt the paper in Hindi or English. There is one subject Paper 2 Section B which is the compulsory need to attempt in English Only.
CA Foundation 2020 Weightage Marks and Syllabus
|1||Theoretical Framework||0% – 5%|
|2||Accounting Process||5% – 10%|
|3||Bank Reconciliation Statement BRS||10% – 15%|
|4||Inventories||15% – 20%|
|5||Concept and Accounting Of Depreciation||20% to 25%|
|6||Accounting for Special Transactions||15% to 20%|
|7||Final Accounts of Sole Proprietors||25% – 30%|
|8||Partnership Accounts||equally weight|
|9||Financial Statements of Non-Profit Organisations||Equally Weightage|
|10||Introduction to Company Accounts||10% – 15%|
|11||Basic Accounting Ratios (Probability, Solvency, Liquidity, and Turnover)||10% to 15%|
Paper 2:- Business Laws and Business Correspondence and Recording
|1||The Indian Contract Act, 1872||25% to 30%`|
|2||The Sale of Goods Act, 1930||20% to 25%|
|3||The Indian Partnership Act 1932||20% to 25 %|
|4||The Limited Liability Partnership Act, 2008||5% to 10%|
|5||The Companies Act, 2013||15 % to 20%|
Section B:- Business Correspondence and Recording
|1||Communication||10% to 15%|
|2||Sentence Types and Vocabulary||20% to 30%|
|3||Vocabulary Root Words, Synonyms, Antonyms, Prefixes, Suffixes, Phrasal Verbs, Collocations, and Idioms.||20% to 30%|
|4||Comprehension Passages and Note-Making||20% to 30%|
|5||Developing Writing Skills||35 % to 40%|
Paper 3:- Business Mathematics, Logical Reasoning, and Statistics
|1||Ratio and Proportion, Indices and Logarithms||20% to 30%|
|2||Equations and Matrices||Same as above|
|4||Time Value of Money||30% to 40%|
|5||Permutations and Combinations||30% to 50%|
|6||Sequence and Series||”|
|7||Sets, Relations, and Functions||”|
|8||Basic Applications of Differential and Integral Calculus||”|
Part B:- Logical Reasoning
|1||Number Series Coding and Decoding and the Odd Man out||60% to 70 %|
|4||Blood Relations||30% to 40 %|
Part C:- Statistics Weightage of Marks
||45 % to 50 %|
|3||Probability||25 % to 30 %|
|5||Correlation and Regression|
|6||Index Numbers and Time Series||10% to 15%|
Paper 4:- Business Economics and Business and Commercial Knowledge
|1||Introduction to Business Economics||15 % to 20%|
|2||Theory of Demand and Supply||35% to 40%|
|3||Theory of Production and Cost||”|
|4||Price Determination in Different Markets||25% to 30%|
|5||Business Cycles||15 % to 20%|