Dear student before filling up the online registration form, please read the instructions very
This website is only for ITT Registration in DELHI.
ITT form is to be submitted only through online & there is no manual form.
Get Demand Draft / Pay Order of Rs. 4,000/- only in favour of “INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
CENTRE, ICAI, DELHI” from any Nationalized / Commercial Bank.
Mention your Name, Registration Number, Phone Number & Email id on the back side of the
Demand Draft / Pay Order.
Provide your valid Email Id & Contact Number
Choose batch as per your requirement.
Registration form should be filled up very carefully. Once the option is given, no request for change of Batch, Time, Month, Centre & Refund of fees will be considered.
Demand Draft / Pay Order must be submitted within one week after online registration for
confirmation of seat.
While depositing the Demand Draft / Pay Order in Institute’s Office at Vishwas Nagar, please
take two print of Acknowledgement Slip i. e. one for submitting to ICAI & another for acknowledgement.
No other documents except Print Acknowledgment Slip & Demand Draft / Pay Order are
Acknowledgement Slip & Demand Draft / Pay Order may also be sent through Speed
Post / Courier at the following address:-
THE INSTITUTE OF CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS OF INDIA
PLOT NO. 52, 53 & 54,
INSTITUTIONAL AREA, NEAR KARKARDOOMA COURT,
VISHWAS NAGAR, SHAHDARA,
DELHI – 110032
(Note: - Since auto mail is sent by the system after verification of Demand Draft / Pay Order, no separate mail or correspondence will be sent by the Institute.)
After verification of Demand Draft / Pay Order by ICAI, student will be able to take print of
his/her IT Training letter.
In case student is not able to take print from email id, he/she may download IT Training
letter from the following website:-
Click on Print Acknowledgment Slip
Submit registration number
Click on Print Letter
In case a student applies for registration but does not pay fee, he / she shall be debarred
for further registration for the reason of blocking the seat and obstructing the opportunity
to other willing student.