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    Which stream should I choose after 10th to become a CA?

    Which stream should I choose after 10th to become a CA?
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  3. #2
    apu_31
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    Re: Which stream should I choose after 10th to become a CA?

    Hello,

    With Commerce you have Maths and Career fields like CA, CS, ICWA, CFA, CFP and BCA(if maths in 10+2)..
    Students from science stream also do CA after 12th by changing their stream if they do not want to make their career in Science...

    All the best
    Apu_31




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    Vikas hrc
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    Re: Which stream should I choose after 10th to become a CA?

    Hi..

    These are the streams that you can join after your 10th:-

    1.Science with PCM.

    2.Science with PCB.

    3.Commerce.

    4.Arts.

    All these streams have many options.

    But if you want to do CA,you should go for commerce stream because CA course consists of many topics which you will study in your 11th and 12th of commerce.

    Moreover,the entrance test of CA i.e,CPT comprises of all the subjects related to commerce.

    The syllabus of CPT consists of:-

    1.General Economics.

    2.Accountany.

    3.Merchantile Law.

    4.Maths.


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    Subjects in 11th and 12th of COmmerce are:-

    1.Business Studies.

    2.Economics.

    3.Accountancy.

    4.English.

    5.Maths/Physical Education.

    So,you will have to study Merchantile law in addition to your 11th and 12th subjects to qualify CPT.

    You will also get the basics of Accountancy which will help you in further stages of CA.

    So,according to me,you should go for Commerce stream.

    Best of luck.

    Thanks.

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    aashisranjan784
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    Re: Which stream should I choose after 10th to become a CA?

    hey friend

    CA stands for chartered accountant

    for becoming CA in future you must opt commerce in 12th standard because

    1.commerce is the main subject in preparation for CA

    2.AFTER doing I.com you must do B.com asit becomes easier to compete CA.

    ---it is a good scope field which not gives handsome salary but also provides prestigious post

    ----CPT is the examination through which CA are selected.

    ----it is held in every june of the year.


    hope the information provided by me helps you

    best of luck for your career.

    aashisranjan784

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    shiva636
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    Re: Which stream should I choose after 10th to become a CA?

    Hello friend,



    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.

    All the best............


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    rockingsan
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    Re: Which stream should I choose after 10th to become a CA?

    [COLOR="rgb(139, 0, 0)"]Hello friend![/COLOR]
    Eligibility for CA Entrance Exams
    [COLOR="rgb(65, 105, 225)"]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).
    Admission Process and CA Entrance Exam Pattern
    1. CPT Common Proficiency Test is the most important examination to be cleared by the candidates in order to enter the area of chartered accountancy.
    2. Common proficiency test is conducted 2 times in a year in the months of June and December.
    3. CPT is a 2 hours exam and is divided into 2 sessions each. CPT is an objective type 200 marks exam with negative marking for wrong answers.
    4. The CPT examination requires the candidate to secure 50% marks for qualifying.
    [/COLOR]
    Best of luck!

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    frehman
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    Re: Which stream should I choose after 10th to become a CA?

    Dear Friend,

    if you want to do CA,you should go for commerce stream because CA course consists of many topics which you will study in your 11th and 12th of commerce.

    Moreover,the entrance test of CA i.e,CPT comprises of all the subjects related to commerce.

    The syllabus of CPT consists of:-

    1.General Economics.

    2.Accountany.

    3.Merchantile Law.

    4.Maths.


    Subjects in 11th and 12th of COmmerce are:-

    1.Business Studies.

    2.Economics.

    3.Accountancy.

    4.English.

    5.Maths/Physical Education.

    So,you will have to study Merchantile law in addition to your 11th and 12th subjects to qualify CPT.

    You will also get the basics of Accountancy which will help you in further stages of CA.


    [COLOR="rgb(255, 0, 255)"]So,according to me,you should go for Commerce stream[/COLOR].

    Best of luck.

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    ravikannth2027
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    Re: Which stream should I choose after 10th to become a CA?

    CA course details :

    CA Course comprises of 4 Important levels

    Common Proficiency Test
    IPCC
    Three years articleship / Training under a practicing CA
    CA Final

    Register for CPT :
    register with the institute of ICAI for common Proficiency test after passing 10th exam
    Register for IPCC :
    candidate should pass both CPT & 10+2 before registering for IPCC
    Register for CA Final :
    Register for CA final Course on passing both groups of IPCC



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    kitkat
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    Re: Which stream should I choose after 10th to become a CA?

    hai,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
    CA (CHARTED ACCOUNTANCY) is a good career building course ,you will really enjoy doing accounting.so
    after your 10th better to go for MEC:
    MATHS,
    ECONOMICS,
    COMMERCE,

    so that you can complete your CA course easily without any difficulty.
    you have good specializations in this course like
    • auditing,
    • cost accountancy,
    • accountancy,
    • taxation,
    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
    eligible for writing the entrance test CPT
    you must pass 10+2 to eligible for this exam, you may also have any kind of degree from recognized university to eligible for this exam,
    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.
    FINAL COURSE
    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
    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.
    • you have to get 50% of marks to qualify for the nest round .
    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
    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,
    duration of this entire course is 4 years time and you will pay 3,00,000 lakhs for this entire course in the good colleges.
    the date of the exam is on 17th june ,2012.and you have to send the application forms before 25-04-2012.
    so dear all the best

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    Nature Boy
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    Re: Which stream should I choose after 10th to become a CA?

    Dear Friend,

    If you want to become a CA you should choose Commerce stream is best for it like Science with maths is more usful for engineering students,
    You can also choose additional subject like computer or maths with commerce for better and bright future studies.

    Best of luck,

    Regards,
    Yogesh Khandelwal.

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