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    Eligibility for pursuing CS and scope for better growth?

    i have completed higher secondary in the year 2007 and would like to pursue cs .so could u plz acknowledge me about one important thing :- if i complete my all level of cs courses - and is this cs professional course ifs equivalent to graduation degree and what the future prospects of getting a cs job in government sector????????????????????????

    i want to know complete how does it work and from the top till the bottom of the courses ?????????????? plz advise me coz m very keen to pursue cs

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    Re: Eligibility for pursuing CS and scope for better gowth?

    Chartered accountancy is one of the most reputed and noble profession that an individual can have.
    Yes you can pursue chartered accountancy just after completing your graduation or even before graduation as the minimum qualification
    that is required by an individual to pursue this course is to have a higher secondary certificate.

    There are basically three stages in this whole procedure which can be explained as follows:
    CPT(Common proficiency test)-

    This is an objective examination of 200 marks and you require atleast 100 marks to qualify the examination.
    There are four sections in the exam which can be mentioned as follows:

    Fundamentals of accountancy
    Mercantile law

    The CPT is the initial stage and the fee structure for this include a registration fee of Rs. 1500 and a tuition fee of Rs. 7500/-.

    For the PCC exam which is the second stage will charge the students with a fee of Rs.4000. Candidates will also have to pay Rs. 2000 for the registration for 100 hours of IT training.

    The CA course also has a final exam which the students need to pass in order to become a registered CA and the fee includes Rs.8500. The overall fee for the CA course is about Rs.17500.


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