Important for CA Exams May 19: ISCA will also be MCQ based for 30 marks

In continuation to "Change of PATTERN OF ASSESSMENT FROM MAY 2019 EXAMINATION", ICAI has recently announced that for CA Final Old Course, ISCA will also be MCQ based for 30 marks from May 19 exams onwards, earlier ICAI has announced that there will be MCQ based questions with respect to 4 Papers viz; Audi, Law, DT & IDT. But now ISCA has also been included.

Nows per Ammended notification, List of papers where MCQ will be applicable are as follows:

For CA Final (Old)
  • Paper 3 - Advanced Auditing & Professional Ethics
  • Paper 4 - Corporate & Allied Laws
  • Paper 6 - ISCA
  • Paper 7 - Direct Tax Laws
  • Paper 8 - Indirect Tax Laws

For CA Final (New)
  • Paper 3 - Advanced Auditing & Professional Ethics
  • Paper 4 - Corporate & Economic Laws
  • Paper 7 - Direct Tax Laws & International Taxation
  • Paper 8 - Indirect Tax Laws

For CA Inter (Old)
  • Paper 2 - Business Laws, Ethics & Communication
  • Paper 4 - Taxation
  • Paper 6 - Auditing & Taxation
  • Paper 7 - Information Technology & Strategic Management

For CA Inter (New)
  • Paper 2 - Corporate & Other Laws
  • Paper 4 - Taxation
  • Paper 6 - Auditing & Taxation
  • Paper 7 - Enterprise Information Technology & Strategic Management

Pattern will be as:

  • In each of the above papers, the weightage for objective type questions would be 30%. The remaining questions i.e., 70% of the paper would be as per the present pattern of assessment. 
  • The objective type questions will be for 30 Marks in each 100 marks paper. They would be in the nature of multiple choice questions (MCQs) carrying 1 or 2 marks. Each MCQ will have 4 options, out of which 1 option would be the correct answer. The 1 mark MCQs would be in the range of 10 to 16 MCQs; the 2 mark MCQs would be in the range of 7 to 10 MCQs. 
  • The MCQs will be compulsory and there would be no internal or external choice in them. 
  • The MCQs may be either knowledge-based or application-based. The skill level would be either “knowledge and comprehension” or “application and analysis”. 
  • There will be no negative marking for wrong answers. 
  • No reasoning is required for answers to MCQs.


Source: https://resource.cdn.icai.org/53634bos-icaipamay19.pdf

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