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    vishnuprasad
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    Can a BCA graduate do CA?

    hii
    can a bca graduate do ca ?





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    Re: Can a BCA graduate do CA?

    hello friend,



    CA stands for chartered accountent.

    and you can do this course only after graduation degree.

    it is good for you that BCA as also a graduation level course.

    hence you are applicable to apply fo CA.



    for the more eligibility criteria read the following -->>

    1. you should have a graduation certificate

    2. good communication skills

    3. basic knowledge of computers

    4. at least 55% in graduate.

    some of the best colleges for the CA course are listed as below--->>>


    [COLOR="rgb(0, 100, 0)"]1. psg degree colllege

    2. sastra university

    3. allahbad university

    4. symbosis institute of technolgy
    etc................

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    best of luck

    hope it helps you

    432




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    karan111
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    Thumbs up Re: Can a BCA graduate do CA?

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    Re: Can a BCA graduate do CA?

    Hi.,

    Yes you can do CA after your BCA as it is also one of the Graduation course.

    CA is a chartered Accountancy course offered by the Institute of Chatered Accountants of India.It consists of three levels of examinations and three years of practical training.

    >CPT is a common Proficiency Test which is the first level which you need not attempt as you have completed your Graduation.

    >You can directly take the admission in to the IPCC if you have qualified your graduation with 60%.

    >IPCC is an Integrated Professional Competence course which is the second level.It has two groups of seven subjects.
    Subjects for IPCC:

    Group I
    Paper 1 - Accounting (100 Marks)
    Paper 2 - Business Laws, Ethics and Communication (100 Marks)
    Part I : Law (60 Marks)
    Business Laws (30 Marks)
    Company Law (30 Marks)
    Part II: Business Ethics (20 Marks)
    Part III: Business Communication (20 Marks)
    Paper 3 - Cost Accounting and Financial Management
    Part I : Cost Accounting (50 Marks)
    Part II : Financial Management (50 Marks)
    Paper 4 - Taxation
    Part I : Income-tax (50 Marks)
    Part II: Service Tax (25 Marks) and VAT (25 marks)

    Group II
    Paper 5 - Advanced Accounting (100 Marks)
    Paper 6 - Auditing and Assurance (100 Marks)
    Paper 7 - Information Technology and Strategic Management
    Section A: Information Technology (50 Marks)
    Section B: Strategic Management (50 Marks)

    A passing grade is awarded if you get 40% in each subject and 50% in the aggregate in each group.

    >Final examination which is the last and final level.If you get through the IPCC level then you can take up the final level.This exam consists of two groups and four subjects each.They are:

    >Strategic Financial Management
    >advanced Auditing and Professional Ethics
    >Corporate and Allied Laws
    >Advanced Management Accounting
    >Information systems Control and Audit
    >Direct Tax Laws
    >Indirect Tax Laws

    A passing grade is awarded if you get 40% in each subject and 50% in the aggregate in each group.

    >ICAI conducts IPCC and Final Examinations in the month of May and November.

    >After passing IPCC Group-1 you will have a 3 years internship as the audit assistant.

    So.,You can do CA course and can become a chartered Accountant for sure....

    Good Luck!!

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    Re: Can a BCA graduate do CA?

    To do CA course you have completed minimum of 12th so as you have completed your Graduation your eligible to apply.

    CA course :-

    CA start`s for Chartered Accountant.

    There are mainly 3 stages in CA course they are :-
    • Common Proficiency Test (CPT)
    • Integrated Professional Competence Course (IPCC) and
    • Interview.

    CPT is the First Stage of CA Course.

    To apply for CA course you need to ahve completed your 12th from any stream.

    After clearing CPT you will be eligible to apply/appear for IPCC.

    You can also apply for IPCC directly with out CPT if you have completed your Graduation.

    But you need to have minimum of 60% in your Graduation .

    If your have completed your Graduation from Commerce Background then you need to have minimum of 55% in your Graduation.

    There is NO age Limit to apply for CA course.

    So as you have completed your Graduation in BCA you can apply for IPCC directly with out CPT but see that you satisfy the Percentage Criteria.

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    Aachal Purwar
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    Thumbs up Re: Can a BCA graduate do CA?

    Yes ofcourse you can do CA
    For CA it is not compulsary that you should be a commerce graduate

    The CA entrance can be given by any graduate.
    All you have to do is to start the preparation for your entrance and if you selected the n you can do CA





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    Re: Can a BCA graduate do CA?

    Hi................
    Friends,

    CA ( Chartered Account )

    The CA course is minimum 12th pass , you can completed your graduation you can apply.

    This course is 3 stages,

    --> CPT ( Common Proficiency Test )
    --> IPCC ( Integrated Proficiency Commerce Course )
    --> Interview

    --> CPT is the First Stage of CA Course.
    --> To apply for CA course you need to ahve completed your 12th from any stream.
    --> After clearing CPT you will be eligible to apply/appear for IPCC.
    --> You can also apply for IPCC directly with out CPT if you have completed your Graduation.
    --> But you need to have minimum of 60% in your Graduation .
    --> If your have completed your Graduation from Commerce Background then you need to have minimum of 55% in your Graduation.
    --> There is NO age Limit to apply for CA course.


    All the best....

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    JSD
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    Re: Can a BCA graduate do CA?

    Of course!!
    Definitely you can go for the CA course.It is the very demanding and dynamic course.You can go for this course.No matter if you have not cracked the Initial entrance examination of CA.i.e. CA-CPT.After qualifying the graduation course there is option to go for this course.You can appear in the CA-IPCC entrance exam.
    Only the graduate candidate can directly apply for this examination without appearing in the Ca-IPCC exam.
    For this exam one must have the bachelor degree, Since you are graduate in the BCA stream so you can appear in this exam.For applying in this exam on must be pass out in graduation degree with minimum 50% aggregate marks If he/she Belong from commerce stream.
    If he/she is not from the Commerce back ground then they have to score minimum 55% marks in their graduation aggregate.Since you are not from the Commerce back ground So you have to score 55% or more to appear in this examination..
    For more information regarding this examination you can visit on to the official web site.

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    wasim.a
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    Re: Can a BCA graduate do CA?




    Hi !


    Of course! You can get enroll in CA Program After your BCA, Chartered Accountancy is a rewarding profession where one can practice you own or can do jobs in various public and private sector companies.

    The areas of work include accounting, auditing, corporate finance, project evaluation, company and other business laws, taxation and corporate governance.

    The multi-faceted knowledge a chartered accountant enjoys through unique academic programmer blended with practical training is what the business and industry need in the advent of liberalization, privatization and globalization of Indian economy.

    Chartered Accountants are better equipped to discharge accounting and audit functions in a computerized business environment.

    In recent times, all over the world, accountancy has grown in popularity as a lucrative profession. Wherever there are makers and users of money, (however, small their individual business may be), the services of a CA are required.

    Eligibility Criteria of Chartered Accountancy Courses:

    A chartered accountant is a person who is accepted as a member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India (ICAI) after having passed the final examination for the chartered accountancy course conducted by the institute.

    A candidate who desires to become a member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India (ICAI) and thereby a practicing chartered accountant must:

    -Clear the intermediate and final examination of the institute.

    -Register as an articled or audit clerk with a practicing chartered accountant.

    -Register with the board of studies of the institute.


    Most chartered accountants are commerce graduates with good percentage of marks. Registration to the foundation course of one-year duration is open to those who have completed 10+2.

    The foundation course can also be taken up simultaneously with graduate or postgraduate studies.

    -Commerce graduates with 50% marks,

    -Non-commerce graduates without maths, with 55% marks

    -Non-commerce graduates with maths and an aggregate of 60% marks


    Career Prospects:



    A career in CA is highly challenging and rewarding. Aspirants should have excellent analytical skill to boost. There is maximum career growth in this field and one will get utmost level of job satisfaction and remuneration in this field.

    After successful completion of the final exam, the aspiring CA can apply for membership of the ICAI. All members are deemed Associate members of the institute.


    Chartered Accountants are sometimes appointed as executors under a will or trust in order to carry out the administration of an estate or settlements.
    CAs also perform functions under special positions such as directorships of companies, arbitrators for settling disputes, handling work related to insolvency, bankruptcy, etc.

    Institutes

    The CA course is conducted through lectures and postal tuitions by the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India (ICAI), head-quartered in New Delhi.

    The ICAI has five regional offices at Mumbai, Calcutta, Chennai, Kanpur, and New Delhi, with 81 branches to these regional centers.





    Best of luck!!

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