ICAI notifies Online Assessment Test for Certificate Course on Forensic Accounting and Fraud Detection

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The Institute of Chartered Accountants of India (ICAI) has notified the Online Assessment Test for Certificate Course on Forensic Accounting and Fraud Detection is on 05th February 2022.

The last Date for Face Authentication at https://learning.icai.org is 03rd February 2022 till 5:30 PM. It is noteworthy that no Further extension shall be provided for completing the process of Face Authentication, please complete the face registration/authentication process within the time limit.

The Prerequisites for the FAFD Assessment Test are Active ICAI membership number, Completion of the Eligibility Criteria (50% Marks in Module Tests and Project Work in aggregate and 90% attendance in the Professional Training), Desktop/ Laptop with good internet connectivity, Camera attached with Desktop/ Laptop, Active login at Digital Learning Hub of ICAI (https://learning.icai.org ), Completion of Face Registration Activity at https://learning.icai.org by 5.30 PM of 03rd February, 2022.

The next online Assessment Test (AT) for FAFD Certificate Course is scheduled to be held on Saturday the 05th February, 2022 from 10:00 a.m. to 12.00 p.m. through Digital Learning Hub of ICAI (https://learning.icai.org/ )

Candidates re-appearing in the FAFD AT have to pay FAFD Re attempt AT Fee of Rs. 590/- (500/- + 18% GST). This fee is applicable to the Members who had given the FAFD AT earlier and could not clear the Exam. Note: Candidates appearing for the first time are not required to pay any fees.

No candidate shall use unfair means or indulge in disorderly conduct at or in connection with examinations. A candidate found using unfair means or involved in disorderly conduct in connection with an examination shall be referred to the Digital Accounting and Assurance Board. The Board after consideration of the case can award certain penalty/ punishment. For Guidelines of Unfair Means (UFM)

If a Member is caught using unfair means during the course of his/ her examination by the Board the following sequence of steps must be taken. The use of unfair means case shall be discussed by the Board whereby the Member shall be given a chance to defend his/ her case (in writing) before the Board. If found guilty, the result of such Member shall be withheld, and the Member have to re-appear in the next Attempt by paying the requisite fees. In cases, the nature of UFM is severe, the Member may be barred by the Board for further giving this exam and the case may be further referred to the Disciplinary Committee of the ICAI for further disciplinary action.

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