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31st August 2013, 06:36 PM
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How to do CA in future after passing 10th standard?


I have passed my 10 standard,and i want to do CA in future.which subject i should take in 11 standard,is commerce with maths is neccesary for me for doing CA or can i take commerce with computer for doing CA .




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10th April 2015, 07:07 PM
Tanveer2308
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Default Re: How to do CA in future after passing 10th standard?

Yes , you can take commerce with computer.
But you should take commerce with math. And take computer instead of hindi.
Math will help you a lot in future.
After 12th standard, you need to crack CPT exam.
Second step is to clear IPCC-1
After that IPCC-2
After that training
And at last is to crack FINAL exam.
Try to clear all of the four exam- CPT,IPCC-1,
IPCC-2 and FINAL in first attempt.




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11th April 2015, 10:31 AM
poojasingh151
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Default Re: How to do CA in future after passing 10th standard?

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I have passed my 10 standard,and i want to do CA in future.which subject i should take in 11 standard,is commerce with maths is neccesary for me for doing CA or can i take commerce with computer for doing CA .
CA stands for Chartered Accountancy. Eligibility criteria for CA course:

Any candidate who has done 10+2 in any discipline from a recognized board can apply for this course.

But the most preferred stream for this course is 10+2 in commerce stream with mathematics. Mathematics plays a vital role in chartered accountancy.

So I would suggest you to take Commerce with Mathematics in 10+1 stream instead of Commerce with Computer. You can replace another subjects by Computer in 10+2 stream.

Chartered accountancy has three stages:

1. Common Proficiency test.

It is conducted twice every year.

2. IPCC.

3. Final year course.




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12th April 2015, 01:57 AM
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Default Re: How to do CA in future after passing 10th standard?

The minimum educational qualification needed to do CA (Chartered Accountant ) course is graduation from any recognised university of India.

Hence there is nothing to do for the CA course except completing the graduate level of education.
Only then after you will become eligible for this.

The eligibility criteria for the course of CA are listed as below:--->>

:-->>Minimum 45% marks in graduations courses for the commerce students and minimuM 60% marks is needed for the science streams of students..

Exam pattern For the CA are :-

A candidates can get exemption from giving the CPT exams if he/she has studied atleast 3 papers from the below list of papers.

Accounting,
Auditing,
Mercantile Laws,
Corporate Laws,
Economics,
Management including Financial Management,
Taxation including Direct Tax Laws, Indirect Tax Laws etc.,
Costing,
Business Administration,
Management Accounting

If he will clear these three paper will get final examination Certificate and will be considered as CA.
But as you are saying that you are in 10th std then for you it is my personal advice to complete your graduation first with good marks and then try for the CA.
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