CA Inter taxation chapter wise weightage of previous attempts

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The ABC Analysis of all papers is solely based on years of question papers. It should only be used as an indicative guide. This analysis may or may not hold good for future exams


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CA Inter Taxation – GST weightage

(I) Question-wise weightage:                                              

  • MCQs   -12 Marks approx.
  • Practical Questions   -18 Marks approx.
  • Case Study  -4 Marks approx.
  • Theory  -6 Marks approx.

(II) Topic-wise weightage:

  • Time & Value of Supply: 4 -8 Marks (approx.)
  • Input Tax Credit: 5-8 Marks (approx.)
  • Balance 8 Topics: 3 -4 Marks each (approx.)

CA Inter taxation chapter-wise weightage of previous attempts

Paper 4- Taxation (100 marks)

Grade – A Chapters

Grade A – ChapterMarks
INDIRECT TAX LAWS – GST47 to 50 Marks (Approx.)
DIRECT TAXATION – INCOME TAX
Income from Salaries18 to 20 Marks
(25% to 35%)
Income from House Property
Profits & Gains from Business & Profession
Income from other Sources
Capital Gains
Residence of Assessee10 Marks
(15% to 20%)
Introduction
Aggregation of income; Set-off & Carry forward of loss10 Marks
(15% to 20%)
Deductions from Gross Total Income
Alternate Minimum Tax10 Marks
(15% to 20%)
Computation of Total Income

Grade – B Chapters

Grade B – ChaptersMarks
Agriculture Income10 to 15 Marks (Approx 20%) (In Total From All three Chapters)
Clubbing Provisions10 to 15 Marks (Approx 20%) (In Total From All three Chapters)
TDS & TCS10 to 15 Marks (Approx 20%) (In Total From All three Chapters)

Grade – C Chapters

Grade C – ChaptersMarks
Exempt Income u/s 105 to 10 Marks (Approx 10%) (In Total From All three Chapters)
Assessment Procedure5 to 10 Marks (Approx 10%) (In Total From All three Chapters)
Advance Tax & Interest u/s 234A, 234B, 234C5 to 10 Marks (Approx 10%) (In Total From All three Chapters)

Link to the Relevant Classes & Notes

  • CA Inter Taxation Regular Classes – Click here
  • CA Inter Taxation Fastrack Classes – Click here
  • CA Inter Taxation Notes Library – Click here

Check the Other Subject’s Chapter-Wise Weightage Here

PAPERLINK
Paper 1 – Accounting – Chapter-wise weightage of previous year’s papersClick Here
Paper 2 – Law – Chapter-wise weightage of previous year’s papersClick Here
Paper 3 – Costing – Chapter-wise weightage of previous year’s papersClick Here
Paper 4 – Taxation – Chapter-wise weightage of previous year’s papersClick Here
Paper 5 – Advanced Accounting – Chapter-wise weightage of previous year’s papersClick Here
Paper 6 – Auditing and Assurance – Chapter-wise weightage of previous year’s papersClick Here
Paper 7 – EIS Sm – Chapter-wise weightage of previous year’s papersClick Here
Paper 8 – FM Eco – Chapter-wise weightage of previous year’s papersClick Here

Special Thanks To JK Shah Classes

The above data is extracted from recent PDFs published by JK Shah Classes and we would thank them for providing this.

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