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    Rupa Girma is offline Junior Member
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    Procedure for Chartered accountancy after MBA?

    may I please know the proceedure for doing charter accountancy after completion of masters of business administration?

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    Re: Procedure for Chartered accountancy after MBA?

    • Charatered Accountant i.e CA course is conducted is an proffessional course and it has total three stages.
    • The stages are CPT, IPCC and CA final.
    • For CPT course, minimum 12th class is the qualification requirement and fees of it is Rs.6000.
    • However you may enter into IPCC directly if you completed the graduation/post graduation in commerce stream with having 55% marks and for other stream students it is 60% marks.
    • Fees of IPCC is Rs.9000.

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    Re: Procedure for Chartered accountancy after MBA?

    Hi,
    friend

    you can not go for c.a directly, you have to pass out CPT first, which is mandatory to pass out to appear for IPPCC exam,,,,, CPT IS AN ENTRANCE EXAM for c.a aspirants,,,,,,,so one should write the CPT to go for c.a course,,,,,

    IN CPT you will have opjective type question, you just have to secure 100 marks out of 200 to get qualified for IPPCC,

    IPPCC is the inter stage of c.a course,

    and one should pass the IPPCC to get qualify for final stage,,,,,

    Thank you
    All the best///////////

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    Re: Procedure for Chartered accountancy after MBA?

    Hello Friend

    1)After completing CA you life will be change completely.

    2)You can earn much more than being an MBA

    3)CA is the Better option for After MBA

    4)you can get good job with High salary

    5)The eligibility for doing CA after MBA

    .Citizen of India

    .Candidates applying for CPT must have Cleared their 10 th

    .But before joining the course and taking the exam you must have finished 12th

    .There is no limit for applying to the courses

    6)There are 3 levels in the charted accountancy course

    Entry Level Test :CPT

    First stage of Theoretical Education:PCC

    Final stage of Theoretical Education:Final Course

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    Re: Procedure for Chartered accountancy after MBA?

    Chartered accountancy is the core of all business, be it big or small. This course comprise of three levels: Common Proficiency Test (CPT), Integrated Professional Competence Course and Final Course.A rapid growth has been witnessed in the capital and money markets in India which has increased many career opportunities in the field of accounts and finance but the most prestigious career option gaining popularity is of Chartered Accountant.It is one of the most challenging and rewarding career.

    You have to qualify in the entrance exams to do chartered accountancy like:-
    - Integrated Professional Competence Course (IPCC) for graduates or candidates with higher degrees,
    - Final Exam
    Exams are conducted twice in a year in the month of June and December.

    Some of the good institutes where you can pursue chartered accountancy are:-
    - Ahmednagar Jilha Maratha Vidya Prasarak Samaj’s New Arts, Commerce & Science College located in Buldana, Maharashtra
    - Aurora’s Degree College located in Hyderabad
    - Aggarwal P G College located in Faridabad
    - B N Saha D A V Public School located in Jharkhand
    - Asansol Branch of Eastern India Regional Council of ICAI located in Kolkata
    - Agra Branch of Eastern India Regional Council of ICAI located in Uttar Pradesh
    - Coimbatore Branch of Eastern India Regional Council of ICAI located in Tamil Nadu
    - Biyani Commerce College located in Jaipur
    - Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan’s Vivekananda College of Science, Humanities and Commerce located in Secunderabad
    - B H S First Grade College located in Karnataka
    - Badruka Institute of Professional Studies located in Hyderabad

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    Re: Procedure for Chartered accountancy after MBA?

    Hello,


    Procedure for Chartered accountancy after MBA


    You first need to register with CA Institute and clear an entrance exam called CPT which is conducted twice a year (June and Dec).

    Then you need to prepare for the 2nd stage called IPCC.

    Once you complete IPCC, you are eligible to take up articleship with a CA firm for 3.0 years during which time you will learn the trade of the CA hands on.

    After you have 2.5 years of articleship, you can take up writing the final exam, passing which you become a CA.

    The entire duration for this takes around roughly 4 years if you clear all the exams in one go.

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    Re: Procedure for Chartered accountancy after MBA?

    Hello,

    Yes, after MBA you can certainly do your CA. I am giving you full CA admission details,


    CA Entrance Examination:-

    CA Entrance examination is a very important exam for the commerce students in India. These examinations are conducted throughout the country for recruiting students with ICAI.
    CA is an abbreviation of Chartered Accountant. ICAI is also known as the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India, which is the 2[SIZE=2]nd[/SIZE] largest accounting organization across the globe. This statutory body is associated with maintaining and developing highly ethical accounting and auditing standards.

    Eligibility for CA Entrance Exams:-

    1. The aspiring candidate for a CA exam should have cleared the Senior Secondary Examination (10+2). Students waiting for (10+2) results can also apply.
    2. Students can join a CA program after (10+2) or graduation. There is no restriction in terms of age or percentage secured in (10+2).

    Admission Process and CA Entrance Exam Pattern:-

    1. CPT – Common Proficiency Test is the most important examination to be cleared by the candidates in order to enter the area of chartered accountancy.
    2. Common proficiency test is conducted 2 times in a year in the months of June and December.
    3. CPT includes 4 subject tests that the candidate is required to clear. The subjects are as follows:
    • <li style="text-align: justify;"> A: Accounting <li style="text-align: justify;"> B: Mercantile Laws <li style="text-align: justify;"> C: General Economics
    • D: Quantitative Aptitude Test
    4. CPT is a 2 hours exam and is divided into 2 sessions each. CPT is an objective type 200 marks exam with negative marking for wrong answers.
    5. The CPT examination requires the candidate to secure 50% marks for qualifying.

    Bye,

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    Re: Procedure for Chartered accountancy after MBA?

    Chartered accountancy is primarily about accounting, auditing and taxation. A chartered accountant is trained in various aspects of finance and accounting. A CA helps companies and individuals in tax planning and compliance. CA is an abbreviation of Chartered Accountant.The main areas of work for Chartered accountants include : Accountancy, Auditing, Cost accountancy, Taxation, Investigation and Consultancy.

    Eligibility for CA Entrance Exams:
    The aspiring candidate for a CA exam should have cleared the Senior Secondary Examination (10+2). Students waiting for (10+2) results can also apply.
    Students can join a CA program after (10+2) or graduation. There is no restriction in terms of age or percentage secured in (10+2).

    The CPT examination requires the candidate to secure 50% marks for qualifying.
    There are three levels of Chartered Accountancy Course in India:

    Entry Level Test: Common Proficiency Test
    First Stage of Theoretical Education: Professional Competence Course
    Final Stage of Theoretical Education: Final Course

    Admission Process and CA Entrance Exam Pattern
    1. CPT – Common Proficiency Test is the most important examination to be cleared by the candidates in order to enter the area of chartered accountancy.
    2. Common proficiency test is conducted 2 times in a year in the months of June and December.
    3. CPT includes 4 subject tests that the candidate is required to clear.

    The subjects are as follows:
    Accounting
    Mercantile Laws
    General Economics
    Quantitative Aptitude Test

    CPT is a 2 hours exam and is divided into 2 sessions each. CPT is an objective type 200 marks exam with negative marking for wrong answers.

    The remuneration of a salaried CA professional in corporate sector is very high. The salary varies between Rs.25, 000 and 1.5 lakhs per annum. Individual with a CA qualification is treated the same with a person having MBA qualification in Finance.

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    Re: Procedure for Chartered accountancy after MBA?

    Hi Guest,

    CA course can be given after completing Intermediate.


    As you have completed MBA you have good chances of applying for the course and there is good future for CA course these days.

    Thank you,

    All The Best.

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    Re: Procedure for Chartered accountancy after MBA?

    The aspirants for CA the academic qualifications are:

    1.must clear the senior secondary examination(10+2).students waiting for(10+2) can also apply

    2.students can join in ca after (10+2) or graduation there is no restrictions in the age and percentages

    admission procedure:

    1.must clear the cpt in order enter into charted accountancy conducting twice in a year june and december

    2.cpt includes four subjects that must be cleared for appeard candidate

    *accounting
    *mercantile laws
    *general economics
    *quantitive aptitude test

    3.cpt is 2 hours exam carrying two sessions with 200 marks each with negitive marks

    4.50% marks should be required to qualify for cpt

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    Re: Procedure for Chartered accountancy after MBA?

    Yes definately !

    According to me, CA is the best option after completing your MBA Or M.com. And it will enhance your knowledge, give you more confidence and polish your skills and give credibility of your qualification as well. So its better to join this profession.
    So, if you have a time for study after completing MBA, then dont worry just go for CA, and after completing CA you will get tremendious pacakeges in any multinational companies..............


    thanx

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