Chartered Accountancy (CA)
The Institute of Chartered Accountants of India (ICAI), a statutory organization, governs and upholds the chartered accountant profession in India, encompassing accounting, auditing, taxation, and financial assessment for individuals/organizations. This profession involves tasks such as filing tax returns, auditing financial statements, registering businesses, maintaining investment records, and preparing financial reports. Additionally, a formally trained CA is qualified to offer consulting services to clients.
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Why Chartered Accountancy?
The competence of the company's CA is vital for financial stability as they offer advice and safeguard against fraud and financial irregularities. The CA field provides excellent career prospects with steady advancement, a lucrative title, and increasing salary packages based on experience and expertise.
The CA course comprises three levels: CA Foundation, CA Intermediate, and CA Final. Certification also mandates a 2-year articleship.
The Foundation course, the initial stage of the CA-India program, consists of four papers and can be completed in four months by a dedicated student.
Paper 1 : Accounting
Paper 2 : Business Laws
Paper 3 : Quantitative Aptitude
Paper 4 : Business Economics
Exam Pattern & Pass Percentages:
Exams are held in May and November annually, requiring a minimum of 40% in individual subjects and 50% in aggregate.
Qualification Required to Join CA Foundation Classes:
Any student who has passed Plus Two (10+2) can join for this course in parallel to their other academic pursuits.
Once qualified, one can promptly move on to CA Intermediate.