CA Final IPCC Revaluation Certified Copies Procedure 

CA Final Nov 2016 Exam Verification (Revaluation) & obtaining CA Final Certified Copies of Answer Sheets procedure, Form and Fee is explained in this post. Students must take not that, even though the word ‘Revaluation’ is used, all they does only re-counting the answer sheet. Application for Verification, Revaluation and Obtaining Certified copies can be done online. The Application for Revaluation and obtaining Certified copies can also be done physically, but we recommend students to opt for online procedure only.

ICAI  started accepting Revaluation Verification and Certified Copies applications for CA Final Nov 2016 from 18 jan 2017. And for ipcc process wll start after its result

Application Format for Revaluation & Certified Copies

CA IPCC Revaluation Application FormatDownload
CA Final Revaluation Application FormatDownload
CA IPCC Certified Copies Application FormatDownload
CA Final Certified Copies Application FormatDownload

What are the chances that Marks Increase in Revaluation:

There were many cases from the previous attempts where students marks have been revalued and increased after the verification and revaluation. In one particular case, a student’s marks has increased by around 12 marks in Costing and FM paper.
However, it is also noted that, a student’s exam answer sheet is evaluated by the ICAI at least two times and therefore there are very less chances for the errors in the counting of answer sheets.

Fee for Verification and Revaluation:

The verification fee is Rs 100/- per paper subject to a maximum of Rs 400/- for all the papers of agroup or both the groups

Fee for Obtaining Certified Copies:

Fee for obtaining certified copies is Rs.500/- per paper.

Where to apply for Verification and Certified Copies:

ICAI has been providing an online facility to apply for Verification, Revaluation and Certified Copies. To make the application online, Click Here
Candidate has to write an application in his/her own handwriting (written in running handwriting, not in all CAPS) preferably in black ink, Sign it, scan it as a jpg file of size 8-200KB (100 DPI) and upload the same.

Do write the Roll Number, Name, Registration Number, Month/Year of Exam and DO NOT
forget to sign before scanning. The list of papers to be verified will be taken from your selection made thru the portal and not from what is written in the scanned image.

The verification process takes 6-8 weeks and the outcome is informed to the candidate concerned and is also hosted on the site:

Please note that it is mandatory to upload scanned copy of your handwritten verification request on the portal, failing which you will not be permitted to submit an online verification request.
Note: If a student applies for Certified Copies, there is no need to again apply for Revaluation (Verification).

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