CMA (Cost Management Accounting) candidates took to Twitter to highlight issues with their examinations and tagged ICAI (Institute of Chartered Accountants of India) on the social media platform to highlight their pleas.
Through videos and tweets, candidates have slammed the exam centres and authorities for the conduct of the examination.
Candidates have mentioned that the internet connection is not working at the exam centres, systems are not operating properly, and they are worried about whether or not their exam will be conducted. Candidates state in the video that they have been waiting for some relief for the past three hours as they are being told that issues with the internet will be resolved soon.
Candidates have also tweeted about the question papers given to them, which are on a different subject and not the one their exam is about.
The Institute of Cost Accountants of India (ICAI), formerly known as The Institute of Cost and Works Accountants, administers CMA exams (CMA). The exams are given twice, in June and December, by the Institute of Cost Accountants (ICMAI). The mission of ICAI is to advance and oversee the practice of cost and management accounting in India. It provides the following courses at various levels:
CMA Foundation course
CMA Intermediate course
CMA Final course
Here are some of the tweets and videos that highlight the issues faced by CMA candidates :