ICAI notifies Online Assessment Test (AT) for Certificate Course on Wealth Management and Financial Planning

ICAI - Online Assessment Test - Certificate Course - Wealth Management and Financial Planning - Taxscan

The Institute of Chartered Accountants of India (ICAI) has issued a notification for Online Assessment Test (AT) for Certificate Course on Wealth Management and Financial Planning on the following date through Digital learning Hub Organized by Committee for Members in Practice of ICAI.

As per the notification, an active ICAI membership number, Completion of the Eligibility Criteria (80%attendance in the virtual Professional Training), Desktop/ Laptop with good internet connectivity, Camera attached with Desktop/ Laptop, Active login at Digital Learning Hub of ICAI (ICAI Digital Learning Hub) (Please note SSP Login credentials are used), Completion of Face Registration Activity at ICAI Digital Learning Hub by 1:30 PM of 4 Days before date of Exam are essential for the exam.

The candidates also need to ensure that your recent photo is uploaded on your SSP dashboard. Launch of the Assessment enables Face Authentication to confirm liveliness (Blink of eyes).

The online Assessment Test (AT) for Certificate Course on Wealth Management and Financial Planning is scheduled to be held on 11 June 2022 (Saturday) on the above date from 11:00 A .M. to 01.00 P M I S T . through Digital Learning Hub of ICAI.

“Members are required to ensure that they are able to login in the Digital Learning Hub of ICAI (ICAI Digital Learning Hub)using their SSP Portal credentials. Please check this latest by 4 Days before date of Exam and in case of any issue with the login, please write to us at training.cmp@icai.in and sangeetha.jaganathan@icai.in we would not be able to help any member if they are not able to login at the day of the Assessment Test,” the notification said.

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