Every one of us interested to know the statistics of CA Final elective paper which was introduced in the CA Final New syllabus from the year May 2018 and onwards.
I made an application to the ICAI under the Right to Information Act, 2005 seeking the statistics of number of candidates appeared, passed and the top marks scored in the CA Final elective paper.
I have got the reply from the ICAI and I have reproduced the figures in useful manner for easy reference.
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Going by the Top marks secured, it is clear that each and every subject is scoring and the Paper 6A Risk Management seems to be scoring based on the past examinations data.
I’m not here to guide you on which elective you have to choose or which you don’t. In the research I have found the below article published on Quora by CA. Amit Jain, an Indirect Tax faculty, as useful, as it portrays and gives a fair idea on each and every elective paper. If you are confused in choosing the elective paper you may look into it, it may be guide you. https://qr.ae/TJsC5O
|Year||Paper||Appeared||Passed||Pass %||Top Marks|
|May-18||6A: Risk Management||140||94||67%||86|
|6B: Financial Services and Capital Markets||678||371||55%||92|
|6C: International Taxation||1190||676||57%||93|
|6D: Economic Laws||446||268||60%||94|
|6E: Global Financial Reporting Standards||214||104||49%||90|
|6F: Multidisciplinary Case Study||10||4||40%||81|
|Nov-18||6A: Risk Management||639||517||81%||95|
|6B: Financial Services and Capital Markets||1524||764||50%||77|
|6C: International Taxation||4629||3447||74%||78|
|6D: Economic Laws||1378||1135||82%||88|
|6E: Global Financial Reporting Standards||483||198||41%||67|
|6F: Multidisciplinary Case Study||30||17||57%||65|
|May-19||6A: Risk Management||1837||1688||92%||95|
|6B: Financial Services and Capital Markets||1683||1287||76%||91|
|6C: International Taxation||10654||3343||31%||95|
|6D: Economic Laws||4811||4063||84%||95|
|6E: Global Financial Reporting Standards||593||408||69%||99|
|6F: Multidisciplinary Case Study||22||14||64%||77|