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    Required eligibility criterion for CA course?

    hai
    what is the ability for C A Course




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    Re: Required eligibility criterion for CA course?

    The required eligibility criterion for the CA course is a pass in 12th class in any discipline. CA course includes 3 different stages. You can register for the CPT exam (entry level) after 10th class. CPT exam can be attended only after completing 12th class. IPCC is the second level after qualifying in CPT. If you are a graduate you can directly apply for IPCC with out attending the CPT exam. If you qualify in IPCC course you should attend 3 year article ship training. Final CA course can be done only after completing IPCC along with article ship training.




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    arvind_singh
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    Re: Required eligibility criterion for CA course?



    Well if you want to become a chartered accountant then you will have to appear for the CPT exam which is conducted by the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India .

    The examination is conducted 4 times in year generally in the month of the February, May, August and November .

    Only those candidates who have registered with a ICAI can appear for the exam.

    Eligibility :

    All those candidates who have passed their 10th class can registered with a ICAI institute .After passing class 12th you can appear for the CPT exam.

    If you have completed your graduation then you can directly apply for the IPCC final level.

    Pattern of the examination :

    The CPT examination is of total 200 marks and examination consist of total 4 sections ::

    Section A: Fundamentals of Accounting (60 Marks)
    Section B: Mercantile Law (40 Marks)
    Section C: General Economics (50 Marks)
    Section D: Quantitative Aptitude (50 Marks)

    Procedure to apply for the CPT::

    You have to submit filled-in registration forms for Accounting Technician Course available at sales counter only at some selected offices .

    The cost of Prospectus is Rs. 100/-.

    You can also download the form from Institute's website www.icai.org.

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    HI DEAR..........



    ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA :-

    The minimum education required to appear in CPT exam is the candidate should be passed the Senior Secondary Examination ( 10+2 examination ) or its equivalent from any recognized university.

    EXAM PATTERN :-

    -->>If the candidate gets the minimum of 50 percent marks at first sitting in the aggregate of all the four subjects / sections comprised in CPT ( Examination ) then the candidate is ordinarily declared that he had passed the Common Proficiency Test.

    -->>There will be no deadline that in each section.They will check the overall score.

    -->>For each wrong answer 1/4 ( One Fourth ) mark will be deducted.

    SYLLABUS :-

    The syllabus is divided into 2 sessions and 4 sections.They are

    SESSION I

    Section A :-

    Fundamentals of Accounting :-60 Marks

    • Theoretical Framework
    • Accounting Process
    • Bank Reconciliation Statement
    • Inventories
    • Depreciation accounting
    • Preparation of Final Accounts for Sole Proprietors
    • Accounting for Special Transactions
    • Partnership Accounts


    Section B :-

    Mercantile Law :- 40 Marks

    SESSION II

    Section C :-

    General Economics :- 50 Marks

    -->>Micro Economics

    • Introduction to Micro Economics
    • Theory of Demand and Supply
    • Theory of Production and Cost
    • Price Determination in Different Markets

    -->>Indian Economic Development

    • Indian Economy
    • Select Aspects of Indian Economy
    • Economic Reforms in India
    • Money and Banking



    Section D :-

    Quantitative Aptitude :- 50 Marks

    • Ratio and proportion, Indices, Logarithms
    • Equations Linear
    • Inequalities Graphs of inequalities in two variables
    • Simple and Compound Interest including annuity
    • Basic concepts of Permutations and Combinations
    • Sequence and Series
    • Sets, Functions and Relations
    • Limits and Continuity
    • Basic concepts of Differential and Integral Calculus (excluding trigonometric functions)
    • Statistical description of data
    • Correlation and Regression
    • Probability and Expected Value by Mathematical Expectation
    • Theoretical Distributions
    • Sampling Theory



    GOOD LUCK..........!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Re: Required eligibility criterion for CA course?

    ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA :-

    The minimum education required to appear in CPT exam is the candidate should be passed the Senior Secondary Examination ( 10+2 examination ) or its equivalent from any recognized university.

    EXAM PATTERN :-

    -->>If the candidate gets the minimum of 50 percent marks at first sitting in the aggregate of all the four subjects / sections comprised in CPT ( Examination ) then the candidate is ordinarily declared that he had passed the Common Proficiency Test.

    -->>There will be no deadline that in each section.They will check the overall score.

    -->>For each wrong answer 1/4 ( One Fourth ) mark will be deducted.

    SYLLABUS :-

    The syllabus is divided into 2 sessions and 4 sections.They are

    SESSION – I

    Section A :-

    Fundamentals of Accounting :-60 Marks

    Theoretical Framework
    Accounting Process
    Bank Reconciliation Statement
    Inventories
    Depreciation accounting
    Preparation of Final Accounts for Sole Proprietors
    Accounting for Special Transactions
    Partnership Accounts


    Section B :-

    Mercantile Law :- 40 Marks

    SESSION – II

    Section C :-

    General Economics :- 50 Marks

    -->>Micro Economics

    Introduction to Micro Economics
    Theory of Demand and Supply
    Theory of Production and Cost
    Price Determination in Different Markets

    -->>Indian Economic Development

    Indian Economy
    Select Aspects of Indian Economy
    Economic Reforms in India
    Money and Banking



    Section D :-

    Quantitative Aptitude :- 50 Marks

    Ratio and proportion, Indices, Logarithms
    Equations Linear
    Inequalities Graphs of inequalities in two variables
    Simple and Compound Interest including annuity
    Basic concepts of Permutations and Combinations
    Sequence and Series
    Sets, Functions and Relations
    Limits and Continuity
    Basic concepts of Differential and Integral Calculus (excluding trigonometric functions)
    Statistical description of data
    Correlation and Regression
    Probability and Expected Value by Mathematical Expectation
    Theoretical Distributions
    Sampling Theory



    GOOD LUCK..........!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Re: Required eligibility criterion for CA course?

    To be eligible for CA course you need to have completed your 12th.

    CA stands for Chartered Accountant .

    CA course is consists of 2 stage`s they are :-

    CPT and

    IPCC.

    CPT is the first stage of CA course .

    After Qualifying CPT you will be eligible to apply for IPCC.

    Recently there was a change int his patter.

    Graduated student with minimum of 60% can apply directly for IPCC with out CPT.

    If the Candidate is from Commerce background then he/she need to have 55% in Graduation.

    THERE IS NO AGE LIMIT FOR CA COURSE.

    So as if you have completed your 12th then apply for CA course and clear CPT and IPCC, if your a Graduated students who satisfied the criteria as mentioned above then you can directly apply for IPCC and complete your CA course.


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    Re: Required eligibility criterion for CA course?

    whether a graduate person is eligible to appear cpt exams in 2012. please reply with detail.

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    Re: Required eligibility criterion for CA course?

    Eligibility criterion for CA:
    1.candidate must have completed 10th
    2.candidate must have completed 12th from an Govt. recognised institute

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    Re: Required eligibility criterion for CA course?

    hai,,,,,,,,
    CA has high recognition in the society , CA are useful for the commercial enterprise.a charted accountants has versatility in career choosing:-
    • whole time service,
    • whole time practice,
    • part time service/part time practice
    • business/entrepreneurship
    • in industry
    you have to cross three stages to complete this course
    • stage1:-CPT (common proficiency test)
    • stage2:-IPCC(integrated professional competence course)
    • stage3:-articleship and final course
    mainly you have to cross the CPT exam,
    this entry level exam is much more important to you ,
    this objective type paper which carries 200 multiple choice questions.
    THE SYLLABUS FOR THE CPT.
    • fundamentals of accounting,:- this carries 60 marks
    • merchant laws :-this carries 40 marks , you have to attempt in two hours
    • general economics:-50 marks
    • quantitative aptitude:- 50 marks , you have to attempt this two in two hours.
    • AND YOU HAVE TO GET 50% OF MARKS TO PASS.
    this exam is conducted twice in a year , in the month of June and December only.
    eligible for writing the entrance test CPT
    you must pass 10+2 to eligible for this exam, if you have your degree in first attempt in b.com,m.com,LLB,ICWA,CS or MBA. than you are eligible for this exam.
    registration
    applications are available for rs 100,
    you have to take the demand draft for rs 3,500 for the tuition fees,in favor of the secretary, the institute of charted accountants of india,

    the branches at which you are going to pay is
    • Mumbai,
    • new Delhi, Chennai,
    • kolkata,
    depend upon the postal address,
    you have to pay additional 600 for the ca journal subscription , you have to pay through DD
    you have to complete your registration before 2 months or more than that.
    eligibility for the IPCE
    you have to pass CPT and 10+2 exam to get eligible,
    you have to enroll for this examination at 9 months before examination,after registration for the IPCC you have to take 100hours ITT course with ICAI.
    the total cost for the IPCC will be in 10,000 rs.
    subjects fort he IPCC
    GROUP-1
    • accounting,
    • law ethics and communication,
    • cost accounting and financial management,
    • taxation
    • part-1:income tax,
    • part-2:service tax and VAT,
    GROUP -2
    • advanced accounting,
    • auditing and assurance,
    • information technology and strategic management
    • section:a:information technology,
    • section:b:strategic management
    after passing the IPCE you are going to enter into the final course called ARTICLESHIP
    to write the articleship you should pass at least group-1 of IPCE and should have completed ITT of 100 hours.
    after the articleship you have to write the final course
    syllabus for the final course
    group-1
    • financial reporting,
    • strategic financial management,
    • advanced auditing and professional ethics,
    • corporate laws and secretarial practice
    group-2
    • advanced management accounting,
    • information systems control,
    • direct taxes,
    • indirect taxes,
    you will get lot more information regarding this course and you will get a good career after this course
    so , prepare well for the exam ,
    all the best

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    Re: Required eligibility criterion for CA course?

    just now m in BBA 5th Semster...m i eligible for the IPCC 1st group for may,2013 attempt

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    Re: Required eligibility criterion for CA course?

    Hii friend

    the eligibility criteria for the CA are mentioned as below----->>>>>>>>>>>>>

    "the condidate should have complited 12th std from any authorised school or college"

    the syllabus of the final years of cA are dividedinto two groups.



    i.e group 1 an group 2

    details information about the groups are mentioned as below--->>

    group-1

    financial reporting,

    strategic financial management,

    advanced auditing and professional ethics,

    corporate laws and secretarial practice


    group-2

    advanced management accounting,

    information systems control,

    direct taxes,

    indirect taxes,


    for the more and others details

    go to the official website

    thanks

    432

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    Re: Required eligibility criterion for CA course?

    i am graduate want to do CA please advise wthat are the eligibilities to apply for this

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    Re: Required eligibility criterion for CA course?

    i have completed my graduation please advise what are the eligiblity to apply for CA

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    Re: Required eligibility criterion for CA course?

    Hello frnd

    Eligibility for CA Entrance Exams

    1. The aspiring candidate for a CA exam should have cleared the Senior Secondary Examination (10+2). Students waiting for (10+2) results can also apply.

    2. Students can join a CA program after (10+2) or graduation. There is no restriction in terms of age or percentage secured in (10+2

    Gud Luck

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    Re: Required eligibility criterion for CA course?

    i have done masters in science. .. do i need to start from CPT or directly fron second stage that is IPCC.

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    Re: Required eligibility criterion for CA course?

    i have done masters in science.. do i need to start from CPT or directly get into IPCC.

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    Re: Required eligibility criterion for CA course?

    CA stands for Chartered Accountancy.

    There are the three stages in CA :-

    1] Common Proficiency Test(CPT)

    2] IPCC
    There are 2 groups in IPCC
    GROUP I
    GROUP II

    (if you do not want to clear the group II after clearing the group I examination
    you can do so AND can join 3 years practical training ,after completing training you will acquire
    CERTIFICATE OF ACCOUNTING TECHNICAL even if you will not complete the course of CA)

    After clearing both IPCC (group I & II )

    3] Then you can appear for final examination

    Fee structure of CA :-

    CA total fee is around Rs. 40000/- to Rs. 45000/-.

    for futher information visit - www.icai.org

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    Re: Required eligibility criterion for CA course?

    Chartered Accountant is professional course conducted for Every stream students after 12th standard.

    The minimum educational qualification for CA is 12th pass from recognized Board.

    No age specified for This course.

    After gradation m candidates are also apply for this course.

    CA has three level exa,

    CPT
    IPCC and Final Exam

    Thank you.

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    Re: Required eligibility criterion for CA course?

    Hello,


    The Institute of Chartered Accountant in India conducts Chartered Accountant or CA course .

    CA is professional course , and this course can be done by any stream students after 12th and gradaution also.


    The Minimum required qualification for CA course is pass 12th from recognized University.

    You are passed in any stream .

    CA course consist :

    * CPT or Common proficiency Test
    * IPCC or Integrated Professional Competence Course.
    * Final course.

    CPT is entry level entrance exam and you have to first register for CpT of CA

    second stage is IPCC ,and in thus stage only CPT pass candidates are register , and Graduates are directly register for IPCC:

    Gradautes in commerce stream must have 55% to register and Non Commerce with 60%.

    After completion of IPCC , candidates are allowed to register in Final exam .And along with Artificalship Training.

    Good Luck.

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    Re: Required eligibility criterion for CA course?

    I am a student of B.sc anthropology(hons) in 1st year.Can I apply for CA course?

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    Re: Required eligibility criterion for CA course?

    I HAVE TO COMPLETE 12th in SCIENCE.AND I WANT TO COMPLETE CA,PLZ SUGGEST ME.AND YES NOW I'M STUDYING BCOM .

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