Cost and Works Accountants Act, 1959
49. Declaration of Results
(1) A list of successful candidates in Part I of the Management Accountancy Examination shall be published in the Journal of the Institute in such manner as the Council may direct and each candidate shall also be individually informed of the marks obtained by him in each paper of Part I:
PROVIDED that in any case where it is found that the result of an examination has been affected by error, malpractice, fraud, improper conduct or in any other way, the Examination Committee shall have the power suitably to amend such result and to make such declaration as the Committee Considers necessary.
(2) Information as to whether a candidate's answers in any particular paper or papers of Part I of any examination have been examined and valued will be supplied to the candidate on his forwarding within a month of the declaration of the result of Part I, an application accompanied by a fee of Rs. 10 for any or all papers. The fee is only for verifying whether a candidate's answers in any particular paper or papers have been examined and valued, and not for the revaluation of answers. The marks obtained by the candidates in individual questions or in sections of a paper cannot, in any circumstances, be supplied. If as a result of such verification, it is discovered that there has been either an omission to examine or value any answer or answers or there has been a mistake in the totaling of the marks, the fee for verification shall be refunded in full to the candidate.