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Wednesday, January 15

CA Final november 2013 pass percentage (Stats)

Team CA helpers congratulates & wishes best of luck for future who have cleared CA Final today.
Campus Placements for Students who have cleared all levels of CA Exams would be held in the month of Feb/March. Difference dates have been allotted to different cities
ICAI has also declared the Pass Percentage of CA Final and the figures are shared below.

ICAI has released the official figures of Pass Percentage of CA Final Nov 2013 and it is being shared below for your Ready Reference

Pass Percentage of CA Final Nov 2013

Group Candidates Appeared Candidates Passed Pass Percentage of CA Final
Both Group 32570 1013 3.11%
Group 1 51710 2932 5.67%
Group 2 54775 4026 7.35%

Rank Holder of CA FINAL Nov 2013

ParticularsAll India Rank 1 All India Rank 2 All India Rank 3
NameGaurav Deepak Shravagi
Roll No.114949

Analysis of Pass Percentage of Previous 10 Attempts

ExamCoursePass Percentage
Group 1Group 2Both Groups
May 2013Final13.79%18.65%10.03%
Nov 2012Final12.9727.3021.85
May 2012Final25.3229.6216.38
Nov 2011Final25.5427.8115.78
May 2011Final36.3426.6720.51
November 2010Final (O)29.6419.3110.79
Final (N)20.3711.319.33
May 2010Final (O)14.459.623.46
Final (N)13.197.886.56
November 2009Final (O)19.8710.117.86
Final (N)11.058.938.70
June 2009Final (O)32.3215.0313.85
November 2008Final (O) 27.82 24.15 20.27
May 2008 Final (O) 36.71 28.31 25.00 

In the above table – (O) stands for Old Course & (N) stands for New Course
ICAI has also notified the Date Sheet for CA Final May 2014 Attempt and they would be starting from 2nd May and ending on 17th May 2014.

The CA Exam Form would be available from 3rd Feb and the last date for submission is 24th Feb 2014

Wednesday, January 1

Government is all set to allow FDI in e-commerce before April, 2014

The Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion (DIPP), after a push from the Prime Minister’s Office, has started consultations with stakeholders on allowing foreign direct investment in retail e-commerce, to open the sector for foreign investors before the end of this financial year.

Sources said a discussion paper had been distributed by DIPP, under the commerce and industry ministry for feedback. Responses should be given by January 28. A Cabinet note would be prepared based on the inputs received, a senior DIPP official told Business Standard.
According to the official, the main sticking point is whether to allow FDI in e-commerce only in goods, which has taken off in a big way in the country, or to include services as well. Including FDI in e-commerce in services will have larger implications as the ambit is huge.


“Once we get all the feedback, we will circulate the Cabinet note (to all ministries for an inter-ministerial discussion). It should be there before March,” said the official, adding the government could also allow sale of insurance policies and shares online.

Sources said the PMO wants the policy to be in place by the end of the current financial year.

At present, 100 per cent FDI is allowed in business-to-business (B2B) e-commerce, while business-to-consumer (B2C) is prohibited. Besides, there is a mandatory 30 per cent local sourcing norms for foreign players.

In India, online services such as ticketing, net-banking, payment of taxes, bill payment, matrimonial sites are developing by the day. So are goods retailing sites such as,, and, among others, that sell anything from books to bags.

DIPP is faced with another problem. In some cases, foreign players have already tied up with domestic companies. As a result, these players are now not so enthused with the government’s decision to allow FDI at this juncture.

Large international players such as Amazon and eBay are currently in discussion with DIPP on what the possible outcome in case FDI is allowed. Apparently, they are pushing for this heavily as they find the Indian market “extremely lucrative”.

The discussion paper also deals with the issue concerning mandatory sourcing norms, something that has been sharply criticised by global retailers.

Recently, Nasscom, Indian information technology industry body, had demanded mandatory local sourcing. DIPP could add this in the final Cabinet note.

Source : Business Standard