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21st January 2015, 05:57 PM
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Being a female candidate can I do ICWA course?


Respected Sir /ma'am
I am in final year of b.com and I want to do icwa course. How will I get benefit doing icwa course. Our elder says that this course is not good for girls, so should I follow icwa course or not?? Plz give me a perfect answer... I m totally confused!




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22nd January 2015, 03:47 PM
ishteaque
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Default Re: Being a female candidate can I do ICWA course?

Look, first of all I would like to say that there is no such thing in doing ICWA course, which female candidates should not opt for.

If a person asks you not to go for this course, it is most probably said by the person under the Influence of a third person or by one's own perception.

ICWA course has a wide career scope for students willing to do it.

Some points to be remembered about ICWA course:

. Every organization needs a good cost accountant.

. cost accountants can hold top management position like Financial Controller, Chief Accountant, Cost Controller, Marketing Manager and Chief Internal Auditor.

. All India Council for Technical Education or AICTE decided that Fellow members of ICWAI will be treated at par with the persons holding Ph.D. degree for appointment in the posts of Professor and Lecturer in Professional and management Institutes.

. Average salaries at junior level are Rs 10,000 to Rs 15,000 per month while a senior most CWA can expect to get Rs 30000 to Rs 35,000 per month in domestic markets.
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22nd January 2015, 10:51 PM
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Default Re: Being a female candidate can I do ICWA course?

There is a huge demand for qualified, trained and experienced Cost Accountants in the market.

You can get opportunities in:
  • Cost Accounting
  • Auditing
  • Financial Planning
  • Management Consulting


Nowadays it's booming career specially for girls. There is nothing wrong in it just go ahead.
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11th April 2015, 01:59 PM
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Default Re: Being a female candidate can I do ICWA course?

No, there is no such kind of gender discrimination in the course of ICWA.

There is a huge demand of the qualified Girl candidates in this field.

You can join the following fields :

* Management Consulting.

* Auditing

* Cost Accounting.

* Financial planning. etc.
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12th April 2015, 09:55 PM
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Default Re: Being a female candidate can I do ICWA course?

Yes,you can do ICWA course.For doing ICWA course there is no restrictions for female candidates.

ICWA stands for Institute of Cost and Works Accountants.

ICWA as a course is conducted in three different stages.These stages are;

*Foundation course

*Intermediate Course

*Final Course.

-The minimum age to apply for the ICWA course is 17 years.

-The qualification required for admission in ICWA Foundation Course is 10+2 level degree from a recognized board.Final year student of 12th class can also apply for the Foundation Course.

-The graduate candidate can directly apply for the Intermediate Course directly without applying for the Foundation Course.

-The qualification for ICWA Final Course is the ICWA Intermediate Course.
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19th November 2018, 04:19 PM
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Default Re: Being a female candidate can I do ICWA course?

I'm fybaf students and I'm 18 plus. I'm willing and desire to register for icwa but before that we should be a member of ima . And only male candidates can join ima so what's the procedure for a female to get ima membership??
Please let me as soon
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