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14th May 2012, 10:24 PM
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Is it a better way to do CA course after 12th?


is it better way to do ca course after +2?which is the better way to do ca course?
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16th May 2012, 09:22 PM
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is it better way to do ca course after +2?which is the better way to do ca course?
It is always better to pursue Chartered Accountancy course just after completion of higher secondary level and along with a bachelors degree program instead of pursing the course after completion of graduation. As per the present regulation, even graduates are not eligible to get any exemption and therefore, candidates willing to pursue the course needs to start from the same level even if they have qualified +2 level of exam or have completed bachelors or masters degree program.
Another reason to pursue the course just after qualifying +2 level of examination is that it will save time. Since you will be pursuing bachelors degree program and chartered accountancy course simultaneously, you will be able to complete your graduation during the course period of Chartered Accountancy and as a result, by the time you will complete the course, you will be a graduate too.
So, if you have made up your mind to pursue the Chartered Accountancy course, you must enroll for it as soon as possible so that you can be ready to start your professional career earlier.
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19th July 2012, 05:22 PM
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After cpt what should do
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30th September 2012, 08:50 PM
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How much money is one recuied to pay for a month
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1st October 2012, 05:59 PM
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The entry level for all the students is the same. Every student intending to take up the professional accounting course of CA (Chartered Accountancy) has to qualify in the CPT (Common Proficiency Test).

Graduate students are not provided any exemption from appearing at this level.

A student is eligible to register for the CPT (Common Proficiency Test) after 10th Standard, but can appear at the examination only after appearing in the 10 + 2 examinations.

There is no minimum % marks specified for entry to this level either in the 10th standard examination or the 10 + 2 examination. Moreover, students of any group can take up this course.



Start/Register for CPT after 10th

CPT Common Proficiency Test
[4 subjects arranged into 2 sessions of 2 hours and 100 marks each.]



Appear for CPT after writing 12th Exams



Register for PCC after passing both CPT & 10 + 2

PCC Professional Competency Course
[12 subjects arranged into 2 groups 3 papers each]



Practical Training
[As an Articled for 3 Years
or
As an Audit Clerk for 56 months] ITT
Information Technology Training
A course of 100 hour duration to be
completed before being eligible
to appear for the PCE



Appear for PCE after completing 15 months of Training and ITT

PCE Professional Competency Examination



Appear for Final
[After Passing PCE and
Completing Practical Training] GMC
General Management
& Communciation Skills Course
Undergo this course simultaneously



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29th December 2012, 08:36 PM
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Default Re: Is it a better way to do CA course after 12th?

Is it useful to do ca after completing b.com?
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28th March 2013, 03:03 PM
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Default Re: Is it a better way to do CA course after 12th?

Plz suggest me as i wnt 2 take ca after my 2nd puc,it will be better r nt
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