Passing the Intermediate LevelA candidate is considered to have passed the Intermediate Level of these courses if he passes both the groups constituting this level.
He/she may get through the groups in one or more attempts either together or separately.
Passing only one GroupA student is said to have passed one of the groups if he secures "a minimum of 40 marks in each paper and an aggregate of 50% in all the papers of that group"
Passing both groups togetherThere is no provision for clubbing the marks of both the groups together for assessing the result of the examination, even if the student has written all the papers of both the groups at the same time. Each group will be treated as a separate entity for the purpose of declaring the student as having passed the examination.
|A||40||40||40||40||160||Fail||Passed in all. Aggregate < 50%|
|B||54||40||43||42||179||Fail||Passed in all. Aggregate < 50%|
|C||65||35||56||80||236||Fail||Failed in one. Aggregate < 50%|
|D||40||40||40||80||200||Pass||Passed in all. Aggregate ≥ 50%|
|E||45||56||60||55||216||Pass||Passed in all. Aggregate ≥ 50%|
Papers with two or more subjects involvedWhere a paper contains two or more parts (each part may be a separate subject or otherwise) with the total marks of 100 divided between the parts a candidate is required to get the minimum marks in all the parts together.
There is no need for the student to maintain a minimum pass mark in each part separately.
exampleGroup II - Paper 6: Commercial and Industrial Laws and Auditing [100 marks]
- Section I : Commercial and Industrial Laws (50 Marks)
- Section II : Auditing (50 Marks)
The student is required to get the minimum of 40 marks in the two sections together. There is no minimum for each section .