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    Is economics a compulsory subject in the field of chartered accountancy?

    Is Economics a compulsory subject in the field of a Chartered Accountant?

    Hello,
    Well, I would like to know whether "Economics is a compulsory subject in the field of a Chartered Accountant?" because I'm almost at the edge of giving my IGCSE exams and I'm looking forward to go into this field (Chartered Accountant). It would be of great help if you could clear my doubt.


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    Re: Is economics a compulsory subject in the field of chartered accountancy?

    HELLO, I AM RENU
    I want to know if economics is a compulsory subject for chartered accountancy?




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    Re: Is economics a compulsory subject in the field of chartered accountancy?

    Hai,
    I'm Nimmi . Iwant to know what are the important questions in ca test?

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    Re: Is economics a compulsory subject in the field of chartered accountancy?

    Hi friend..

    Economics is not a compulsory subject if you want to go in field of Chartered Accountancy.
    You can join this course after passing your 12th from any stream.

    So,don't worry,first complete your 12th studies and then go for CA course.
    I am giving you the details of CA course:-

    Chartered Accountancy is a professional course which is managed and conducted by Institute of Chartered Accountants of India(ICAI).
    You can enroll for this course with ICAI after your 10th.
    The enrollment fee is about 6,400/-.
    After you enroll with ICAI,the will send you 4 books for CPT and 2 sample papers.

    CA course is divided in three stages:-
    1.CPT(Common Proficiency Test).
    2.IPCC.
    3.Final.

    1.CPT-CPT is the entrance test for CA course.It is conducted twice in a year,once in the month of June and another in the month of December.The syllabus of CPT is
    divided in four parts:-
    >>Accountancy.
    >>Merchantile Law.
    >>General Economics.
    >>Maths.


    Total marks in CPT is 200 and the passing marks is 100.The exam is conducted in two sessions of two hours each.There is a break of 2 hours between both the sessions.You can appear for CPT after giving your 12th exams.For this,you will have to apply for CPT exam with IPCC.If you do your graduation,you are not required to give CPT exam but you should have scored at least 55% in your graduation if you are from commerce stream and at least 60% if you are from any other stream.

    2.IPCC-This is the second stage of CA course.IPCC is divided in two groups namely Group 1 and Group 2.You can appear for IPCC group exam after qualifying your CPT directly after your graduation.You can appear for both the groups at one attempt or separately.For this also,you have to register with IPCC which will cost you around 12,000/-.Before exam,you will have to apply for the exam as well.

    3.Final-This is the final stage of CA course.You can appear for this exam after qualifying both the groups of IPCC.After passing your IPCC Group 1 or after passing both the groups,you have to undergo a training of 3 years under a registered CA.After qualifying your Final exam,you will become a CA.

    I hope that you are satisfied with the information provided.
    If you have any doubt,leave your message here.
    Best of luck.
    Thanks.

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    Re: Is economics a compulsory subject in the field of chartered accountancy?

    hey i'm Prachi..............actually i took science stream after 12th and now am bit confused that whether i should go for ca will it be good for me to opt it after taking science??? will i be able to cope up with it ?? please suggest me wht ill be good for me!

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