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General Guidance:

Duration 1 Hour and 15 Minutes
Additional Reading TimeNo
Passing Marks20
Number of attempts in a year4
Result AnnouncementAlong with CAF and Final Stage Examination
Examination FeeRs.1500/-
Writing Skills Test Past Papers

Specific Guidance:

Essay Wiring:

Marks15
Word Count350
Marking CriteriaIntroduction and conclusion
Quality of text, use of idioms and phrases
Language ,vocabulary organization and logical presentation of ideas

Precis Wiring:

Marks15
Word Count12- 150 words
Passage GivenOver 300 words

BUSINESS LETTERS/MEMOS:

Marks15
GivenA well explained scenario

BUSINESS REPORTS:

Marks15
GivenA well explained scenario

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ICAP Definitions:

DEFINITIONS
(1) In this Scheme, unless there is anything repugnant in the subject context:
(i) AFC means Assessment of Fundamental Competencies;
(ii) CAF means Certificate in Accounting and Finance;
(iii) Chairman means the Chairman of ETCOM;
(iv) CFAP means Certified Finance and Accounting Professional;
(v) Directive means directive issued by the Council or its standing committees under bye-law
129A;
(vi) ETCOM means the Education and Training Committee;
(vii) Examinee means a person admitted to the examinations of the Institute;
(viii) Fulltime student means a person enrolled for appearing in examinations of the Institute
under the Ordinance or the Bye-Laws made thereunder, and who has not yet started the
training prescribed under the bye-laws;
(ix) Institute means The Institute of Chartered Accountants of Pakistan;
(x) Member means a member of the Institute;
(xi) MSA means Multi Subject Assessment;
(xii) Permitted book means the books an examinee may carry while attempting the examinations;
(xiii)* Relevant Degree Awarding Institutes(RDAI)means a degree awarding university or institute
recognized by Higher Education Commission of Pakistan, which fulfills the criteria specified
by the Council.
(xiv) Trainee student means a person who has entered into a contract of training prescribed
under the bye-laws, and has been registered as such by the Institute; and
(xv) Website means website of the Institute www.icap.org.pk.

(i) Assessment of Fundamental Competencies(AFC)
AFC-1 Functional English
AFC-2 Business Communication
AFC-3 Quantitative Methods
AFC-4 Introduction to Information Technology
(ii) Certificate in Accounting and Finance (CAF)
Knowledge
CAF-1 Introduction to Accounting
CAF-2 Introduction to Economics and Finance
CAF-3 Business Law
CAF-4 Business Management & Behavioural Studies
Application
CAF-5 Financial Accounting and Reporting – I
CAF-6 Principles of Taxation
CAF-7 Financial Accounting and Reporting – II
CAF-8 Cost and Management Accounting
CAF-9 Audit and Assurance

Gateway Examinations
GWE 1 Accounting and Reporting (60%) Management Accounting (40%)
GWE 2 Audit and Assurance (50%) Taxation (50%)

Certified Finance and Accounting Professional (CFAP)
CFAP-1 Advanced Accounting and Financial Reporting
CFAP -2 Corporate Laws
CFAP -3 Business Management and Strategy
CFAP -4 Business Finance Decisions
CFAP -5 Advanced Taxation
CFAP -6 Audit, Assurance and Related Services

(iv) Multi Subject Assessment (MSA)
MSA-1 Financial Reporting and Assurance Professional Competence
MSA-2 Management Professional Competence

Scope of studies
(i) The syllabus of each subject along with indicative grid is attached as Annexure-A.
(ii) Any revision and amendment in legislation, standard, code, guideline and statement shall
not be part of syllabus before six months period elapsed from the date of publication
thereof. Provided that Finance Act or Ordinance, and notifications and circulars relating to
Finance Act or Ordinance, issued four months prior to the date of examination shall be
considered forming part of syllabus in case of CFAP.
(iii) In case of standards on accounting and auditing and code of ethics, the period of six months
shall be counted from the date of publication thereof in Pakistan, by the Institute.
(iv) Standards on accounting and auditing and code of ethics, if revised and published or notified
by the Institute, shall be considered forming part of syllabus after six months from the date
of publication or notification by the Institute even if they are applicable on a later date.
*(2A) Scope of studies (Revised)
Effective from Summer 2019, paragraph (2) of this regulation shall be replaced with the following:
(i) The syllabus of each subject along with indicative grid is attached as Annexure-A.
(ii) Any revision and amendment in legislation, standard, code, guideline and statement shall
not be part of syllabus before six months period elapsed:
(a) in case of legislation, from the date of publication thereof by the issuing authority;
(b) in case of revised or new standard, code, guideline and statement, from the date of
publication of study material by the Institute or date of application prescribed by the
issuing authority of the same, whichever is later; and
(c) in case of changes in existing standard, code, guideline and statement, from the date
of publication or notification by the Institute even if they are applicable on a later
date.

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