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Date: 23 May 2016   Posted By: Navjinder singh     Group: Career Guidance    Category: Teaching Jobs   

I am 12 Commerce student and have passed in 1st division with 86%. I want to become a CA. Should I opt for CA now or after B.Com?
How many years are required to become a CA after 12? What is the fees, I am from SC caste?
What is the procedure after B.Com? Also what is the fee structure?
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Author: Kailash Kumar    25 May 2016      Member Level: Platinum     Points : 4  (Rs 4)    Voting Score: 0

Completing CA course generally involves following steps -
1. Clearing common proficiency test (CPT).
2. Completing integrated professional competence course.
3. Three years article ship/training under a practicing chartered accountant.
4. Clearing CA Final examination.
The website of the Institute of Charted Accountants of India (http://www.icai.org/) provides full particulars about the procedure etc. In case the author is seriously interested about completing the CA course, then he/she should thoroughly study the said website on his/her own to get familiar with the various steps involved.
The 10+2 pass students have to appear for common proficiency test (CPT). However graduates or post graduates from commerce stream who have secured at least 55% marks are exempted from appearing in common proficiency test (CPT).
Also all students are required to pursue a 100 hours Information Technology Training which is mandatory.
FAQs are provided covering all aspects of the examination on the website referred above.


Author: Sheo Shankar Jha    26 May 2016      Member Level: Gold     Points : 3  (Rs 3)    Voting Score: 0

You may start your CA course even after your completion of 10+2 course provided you have the right aptitude to go in for this professional course. You need to clear common profeciancy test to be conducted by the Institute for screening - purpose. But it would be better to have a B.Com degree for the persuance of this qualification since CA course entails your familiarity and sound conception in commerce. In the graduation level, an aspirant is needed to be acquainted with different tools of commerce apart from sound concept in Mathematics. So such learning under the guidance of able professor would eliminate your confusion during your studies. CA examination is itself a very tough examination and the final result of this course is around 2-3 percent suggesting that a thorough clarity of the subject is required.
A graduation degree does open up the avenues for other jobs/ studies as well in the event of one's failure to crack CA examination.





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