You have not mentioned about your basic graduation. If the SAP FICA course is similar to that of the SAP Finance course in terms of contents, then you are in the safe zone.
If it is not similar, then do a fresh SAP Finance course with some ordinary institute, that will charge you some Rs.25,000 or so. In the meanwhile, shift to any company or even trading organization, and take up a job in accounting. Once you are familiar with tally, and accounting, your career will take off. You may also be required to do a small certificate course in Tally, and these are available in every small town.
Please do note, only a functional specialization will take you to IT. The career in IT will never take off, if you do not have practical functional experience in hard core accounting, and then at least some aspects of Finance. Go to a good organization, in the manufacturing sector. Otherwise, even in a trading organization, or say, Supply Chain Organization, a core job in accounting and finance for around five years will enable you to go into a different orbit altogether.
However, even if it costs you around three hundred thousand rupees, the SAP Finance certification, will help you to even go abroad. There is a huge demand in Singapore for professionals with your background. So, you will simply take off , provided you gather functional experience and then the SAP qualification, as advised above.