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ICAI CA Final Result 2024 Declared: Toppers in Final and Inter Exams Revealed

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The Institute of Chartered Accountants of India (ICAI) has officially announced the results for the final exams. In the final examination, students from Delhi secured the first and second positions. Shivam Mishra secured the first position, while Varsha Aroda secured the second position. Candidates can check their results on the official website icai.nic.in or icai.org.

In the May 2024 exams, the last exam for Group 1 was held between May 2 and May 9, while for Group 2, it was conducted between May 11 and May 17. The Intermediate exam for Group 1 took place between May 3 and May 10, and May 12 and May 18. ICAI released the results for the CA Final exams for the May 2022 session.

This year, Anil Shah from Mumbai topped the CA Final exams with 80.25%. Following him, Akshat Goyal from Jaipur secured the second position with 79.88%, and Shrushti K. Sanghavi secured the third position with 76.38%. A total of 1,18,771 students appeared for the final exams held at 489 centers across the country.

ICAI conducts the CA Foundation and Inter exams three times a year in January, May, and September. The average placement package after becoming a CA is INR 8 Lakhs per annum. Last year, Jay Devang Jimuliya topped the CA Inter exams.

The candidates can check the ICAI CA May 2024 results by following these steps: visit the official website icai.nic.in or icai.org, go to the result section on the home page, click on the CA Inter/Final Result 2024 link, enter your application number and date of birth to log in, view your result on the screen, and download it for future reference.

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