ICSI Clarification on CPE Hours through E-mode

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ICSI Clarification dated 24thApril, 2021:

In view of the Covid-19 Pandemic, it has been decided by the Institute to award structured CPE Credits to the members attending the programmes organized by HQs, ROS, Chapters, CCGRT and CoE through electronic mode during May 1, 2021 till June 30, 2021. The structured CPE Credit will be considered for the year 2020-21 only.

That means physical attendance is not required to complete structured CPE hours during May 1, 2021 till June 30, 2021.

Earlier Extension of CPE Timeline for the year 2020-21

Kindly note that ICSI on 27th March, 2021 has given notification stating EXTENSION OF TIME FOR OBTAINING THE MANDATORY CPE CREDITS UPTO 30 JUNE 2021.

It may be noted that, CS in Employment and Practice, both required to complete 20 CPE Hours.

Note:

it is to inform you that the Institute in view of the second wave of COVID-19 pandemic spreading fast, the conditions prevalling in the Country and imposition of the various restrictions by the Government to curb the impact of COVID-19, considered that the members are finding it difficult to complete the requirement of the Structured CPE Credits as the physical programmes are not being conducted by HQ, ROS, CCGRT, COE or Chapters of the Institute.

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