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    Which subjects should I choose for CA course?

    hai..
    which subjects should i choose to study chartered accounted




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    Re: Which subjects should I choose for CA course?

    If you want pursue Chartered Accountant Course then you should preferably take
    Commerce at 10+2 and/or Graduation level.
    If you study commerce in 10+2 level and in Graduation level you will find many
    subjects of CA course familiar and that would be a positive point for you.

    But, there is no such rule that only commerce field students can apply for the course.

    You can apply for CPT after 12th (any discipline in 12th)
    If you are Graduate then you can skip CPT and directly apply for IPCC is
    you have done
    B.Com. with 50% or more marks
    or
    Graduation in any other discipline (without Maths.) with 55% or more marks
    or
    Graduation in any other discipline (with Maths.) with 60% or more marks.




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    Re: Which subjects should I choose for CA course?

    hai,,,,,,,,,,,,,
    dear charted accountant were the first accountants in india to reach to the great extent for its excellent teaching ,as it was established in Britain the practice was done in india .
    charted accountants work in all fields of business and finance including,
    audit,
    taxation,
    financial and general management.you may understand from the above details that how CA is playing important role in the society.
    in india charted accountancy is regulated by the institute of charted accountants of india .
    the amount of investment in this professional course is not at all costly compared to other courses in india.
    it take only 4 years to complete this course,you may know that various rapid growth in economy careers in accounts ,finance, management are growing very rapidly,you have to compete to reach to high positions.
    you may take any subject in your 10+2 to pursue CA course, but go for the MEC(maths .economics and commerce,) you may get little idea about accounts in your 10+2
    this course is two years apart from the training period ,and also it has three sections
    competency professional test(CPT)
    professional competency examination(PCE)
    and final examination,
    you may register to this course at any time as this exam is conducted twice in a year in the month of may and November.
    it is important to notice that you have to register for this course 10 months before t the examination.
    this objective type paper which carries 200 multiple choice questions.
    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.
    eligible for writing the entrance test CPT
    you must pass 10+2 to eligible for this exam.
    even if you are a degree student than also you can write this exam.
    after this you have to pass any one group among the two groups in the (IPCE)
    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 have to register fro the clerks/audit clerks for practical training, and computer training program,you have to take 100 hours information technology compulsorily .
    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,
    the type of functions are generally performed in charted accountants is
    • accountancy,
    • auditing,
    • taxation,
    • cost accountancy,
    • special company work,
    • investigation,
    • executors and trustees,
    • directorship,
    • companies secretarial work,
    • management accounting,
    • share valuation work,
    • other activities.
    you can get various jobs after this course LIKE
    chief accountant,
    CFO,
    chief manager,
    head-training,
    lecturer/professor,
    chief manager,
    adviser to government etc..
    so dear all the best

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    Re: Which subjects should I choose for CA course?

    Student from any academic stream can take up Chartered Accountancy.
    But most preferably you should go for Commerce in your +2.

    Commerce Stream is usually recommended because one has to study much similar kind of subjects.
    Accountancy is taught right from the basics to Commerce students, which help them to understand the CA concepts better.

    Though Science students can also take up CA, one faces a bit difficulty in comprehending the underlying concepts.

    Thus, you should pursue +2 or intermediate with Commerce.

    One has to first clear CPT, which is the first level of CA.
    Once, it's cleared, you can, go for IPCC.
    It is then followed by final level.

    One can also claim exemption from CA CPT exam.
    It is possible if one has completed his/her graduation in any stream with a minimum of 55%.

    All the best!!!

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    Re: Which subjects should I choose for CA course?

    There are no particular subjects that you are required to choose in order to be a chartered accountancy course.
    The examinations in this respect are conducted by The Institute of Chartered Accountants of India.
    The institute has prescribed particular subjects which the candidates are compulsorily required to clear in order to
    move to the next level.If you are referring to the stream which you should choose, then I would like to suggest that you
    should opt for commerce stream.There are basically three levels that you are required to qualify in order to be a
    chartered accountant:
    1)CPT(Common proficiency test)
    2)IPCC(Integrated professional competence course)
    3)CA Final exam.
    But before appearing for the final examination you are required to undergo a three years training under a chartered accountant
    practicing in India.

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    Re: Which subjects should I choose for CA course?

    Hi friend,

    As vike said taking commerce at 12th level will help you. And if you choose commerce at 12th level then the basic advantage you will have that you may even study computers with it which will work as backup in case you change your mind in future about CA, then it will help you get additional fields for you.(Sometimes people do change their mind after 12th). But yes, even if you have any stream in 12th like science, arts yet you may apply for CA through CPT. You may see eligibility above me in Vike's post.

    This pic will help you :



    Hope it helps!!
    ~Punj~

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    Re: Which subjects should I choose for CA course?

    Hello Friend,


    CA -Chartered Accountancy.

    The entire course structure of Chartered Accountancy or CA. is divided into three levels:

    1)Common Proficiency Test - CPT
    2)Integrated Professional Competence Course - IPCC
    3)IPCC Final



    Common Proficiency Test [CPT] :


    >>If you wish to take up the CA. course you have to go through an entry level test named Common Proficiency Test.
    >>You may register yourself with the Institute for CPT after passing Class 10th examination conducted by an examining body constituted by law in India or an examination recognized by the Central Government .
    >>An enrolled or registered student can appear in CPT after he / she has passed or already appeared in the Senior Secondary Examination (10+2) conducted by an examining body recognized by Central Government.

    Subjects To Study For The Common Proficiency Test Are:

    >>Fundamentals of Accounting
    >>percantile Law
    >>General Economics and
    >>Quantitative Aptitude

    *The test is totally based on Objective Type Questions with provision of negative marking.

    The test is of 200 marks and is conducted in two sessions of two hours .

    Session First :

    >>It contains hundred questions of Objective Type and each question carries one mark.
    >>These hundred questions are further divided into two sections vice.

    Section A:
    *Fundamentals of Accounting (60 questions and 60 marks).
    Section B:
    *Mercantile Law (40 questions and 40 marks).

    Session Second :

    >>It also contains hundred questions of Objective Type and each question carries one mark.
    >>These hundred questions are further divided into two sections vice.

    Section C:
    *General Economics (50 questions and 50 marks).

    Section D:
    *Quantitative Aptitude (50 questions and 50 marks).

    >>It is notable that for each wrong answer, 0·25 marks will be deducted and time limit for attempting hundred questions is two hours in each session.
    >>The percentage required to pass CPT is 50%. In other words, an enrolled student has to obtain minimum 100 marks to pass the CPT.
    >>The level of knowledge required in CPT is basic. So you are advised to prepare each subject on the basis of deep and intense study of the syllabus prescribed by the ICAL.
    >>You should go through the contents thoroughly and systematically.


    On Line Information:

    >>You can also appear in on-line Common Proficiency Test.
    >>The on-line CPT was successfully conducted for the first time on December 7, 2008 in 11 cities across the country.
    >>This on-line examination will be in addition to the Paper-Pencil mode test.
    >>With the successful completion of the first online test, it has been decided to hold more such examinations regularly starting from the month of March, 2009.

    Integrated Professional Competence Course [IPCC]:


    >>According to the new Scheme which has come into effect from December 10, 2008, any CPT pass student can get registered for IPCC without articleship registration and can sit in the new IPCC examination after 9 months of registration.
    >>The new IPCC comprises two Groups. Group I has 4 papers and Group II has 3 papers.

    Group I

    Paper 1: Accounting,
    Paper 2: Business Laws, Ethics and Communication,
    Paper 3: Cost Accounting and Financial Management and
    Paper 4: Taxation

    Group II

    Paper 1: Advanced Accounting,
    Paper 2: Auditing and Assurance and
    Paper 3: Information Technology and Strategic Management.

    >>Under the new scheme, only on passing Group I of the IPCC you will be eligible to get registered for article ship, which shall now be for a period of 3 years as against the existing requirement of 3 years.
    >>Further, you will be eligible to sit in the final examination in last 6 months of his article ship as against the existing condition to sit in final exam only after the completion of articleship.

    IPCC Final:


    >>It is the last stage of the Chartered Accountancy Course.
    >>After passing IPCC,you can register for Final course with the Board of Studies.
    >>While undergoing Final course you may join the course of General Management and Communication Skills (GMCS).
    >>You will be eligible to sit in the final examination in last 6 months of his articleship as against the existing condition to sit in final examination only after the completion of articleship.

    The IPCC Final course consists of 8 subjects divided equally in two groups:

    Group I

    Paper 1: Financial Reporting
    Paper 2: Strategic Financial Management
    Paper 3: Advanced Auditing and Professional ethics
    Paper 4: Corporate and Allied Laws

    Group II

    Paper 1: Advanced Management Accounting
    Paper 2: Information System Con*trol and Audit
    Paper 3: Direct Tax Laws
    Paper 4: Indirect Tax Laws

    After passing Final examination and completing GMCS Course, you can enroll for Membership of the Institute.
    >> Initially you known as Associate of Chartered Accountant [ACA] and after completion of five years you may apply for Fellowship of Chartered Accountant [FCA].


    All The Best...

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    Re: Which subjects should I choose for CA course?

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    hai..
    which subjects should i choose to study chartered accounted
    Details of CA course

    Eligibility criteria for CA course:

    You must have passed the +2 level of examination in any stream conducted by a recognised institute. After qualifying the +2 level of examination,you are eligible to write CPT(Competency Professional Test) conducted by ICAI.

    Eligibility for exemption from CPT:
    • Commerce graduates with 50% marks
    • Non-commerce graduates with 55% marks (without maths)
    • Non-commerce graduates with Maths with 60%.
    Course:
    1. The CA course has been divided into three stages.
    2. Competency Professional Test (CPT)
    3. Professional Competency Course (PCC)

    Final Course
    1. Practical training prescribed by ICAI
    2. 100 Hours of Information Technology Training
    3. 3½ years of articled training
    4. General Management and Communication Skills Course


    Following are the subjects which you will be dealing with in the entire course of chartered accountancy course:

    Subjects in the CPT level:
    • Fundamentals of Accounting
    • Mercantile Laws
    • General Economics
    • Quantitative Aptitude
    Subjects in the Integrated Professional Competence Course:
    1. Advanced Accounting
    2. Auditing and Assurance
    3. Law, Ethics and Communication
    4. Cost Accounting and Financial Management
    5. Taxation
    6. Information Technology and Strategic Management
    Subjects in the Final Course:
    1. Financial Reporting
    2. Strategic Financial Management
    3. Advanced Auditing and Professional Ethics
    4. Corporate and Allied Laws
    5. Advanced Management Accounting
    6. Information Systems Control and Audit
    7. Direct Tax Laws
    8. Indirect Tax Laws
    good luck !!!!!!!

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    Re: Which subjects should I choose for CA course?

    Hello friend !!!

    CA CPT -- Chartered Accountant Common Proficiency Test .

    This is an Entrance Examination conducted to admit the Eligible Candidates for the Chartered Accountant Course.

    This is an Entry Level Test, which is of objective type.

    Important Dates of CA-CPT 2012 :-

    Last date for sending the filled in application forms :- 31st March 2012 (Saturday),

    Hall tickets can be issued :- 14th April 2012 (Saturday),

    Examination of CLAT :- 13th May 2012 (Sunday),

    Declaration of result :- 28th May 2012 (Monday).

    Examination Pattern :

    The Exam is divided into 4 sections.

    1. Section A: Fundamentals of Accounting ( 60 Marks )

    2. Section B: Mercantile Law ( 40 Marks )

    3. Section C: General Economics ( 50 Marks )

    4. Section D: Quantitative Aptitude ( 50 Marks )

    All the above stated Subjects are compulsory, that sounds that you need to prepare all those which are mentioned above.

    There is NO involvement of Selecting Subjects in the Examination.

    Note :

    There will be negative marking for each wrong answer.

    One Fourth (1/4) mark will be deducted for each wrong answer.


    Subjects Involved.



    Section A :

    Theroretical Framework
    Accounting Process
    Bank Reconciliation Statement
    Inventories
    Depreciation accounting
    Preparation of Final Accounts for Sole Proprietors
    Accounting for Special Transactions
    Partnership Accounts
    Introduction to Company Accounts

    Section B :

    The Indian Contract Act, 1872
    The Sale of Goods Act, 1930
    The India Partnership Act, 1932

    Section C :

    Introduction to Micro Economics
    Theory of Demand and Supply
    Theory of Production and Cost
    Price Determination in Different Markets
    Indian Economy - A Profile
    Select Aspects of Indian Economy
    Economic Reforms in India
    Money and Banking

    Section D :

    Ratio and proportion, Indices, Logarithms.
    Equations
    Inequalities
    Simple and Compound Interest including annuity, Applications
    Basic concepts of Permutations and Combinations
    Sequence and Series – Arithmetic and geometric progressions
    Sets, Functions and Relations
    Limits and Continuity, Intuitive Approach
    Basic concepts of Differential and Integral Calculus (excluding trigonometric functions)
    Statistical description of data
    Measures of Central Tendency and Dispersion
    Arithmetic Mean, Median – Partition Values, Mode, Geometric Mean and Harmonic, Mean, Standard deviation, Quartile deviation
    Correlation and Regression
    Probability and Expected Value by Mathematical Expectation
    Theoretical Distributions
    Biomial, Poisson and Normal.
    Sampling Theory

    Prepare these topics for a Good Result.

    You are not allowed to Select your specified Subjects in the CA CPT Examination.

    All the Best !!

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    Re: Which subjects should I choose for CA course?

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    hai..
    which subjects should i choose to study chartered accounted
    HI,
    YOU NEED TO TAKE COMMERCE BACK GROUND AS IT WILL BE ADVANTAGE FOR YOUR CAREER IN CA !!!!




    The following graudates and post graduates students are exempted from taking the CPT exam ::

    Students who have completed their graduation in commerce streams and have studied any 3 full papers of 100 marks each out of::

    Accounting,
    Auditing,
    Mercantile Laws,
    Corporate Laws,
    Economics,
    Management including Financial Management,
    Taxation including Direct Tax Laws, Indirect Tax Laws etc.,
    Costing,
    Business Administration,
    Management Accounting

    And have Passed the graduate/post-graduate examination by securing in the aggregate a Minimum of 55% of the Total marks or its equivalent grade from any recognized Universities including Open Universities.

    2. Graduates/ Post Graduates who have completed their graduation in different streams have secured aggregate of 60% of the total marks in the examination or its equivalent grade from any Recognized Universities including Open Universities.

    GOOD LUCK !!!!!

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    frehman
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    Re: Which subjects should I choose for CA course?

    HI friend,

    for persuing CA You require minimum 12th from a recognized board.
    Math subjects in 12th std will more help you for CA.
    CA are mainly 3 level:
    1.CA CPT
    2.IPCC
    3.FINAL CA
    You can persue side by side BCOM along with CA.
    ALL THE BEST ................

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    Re: Which subjects should I choose for CA course?

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    hai..
    which subjects should i choose to study chartered accounted
    hiiiii

    Better you have to take mec or cec in 11 and 12th standards
    then you can write CA entrance test CPT
    after qualifying in that you can go for ipcc
    then after articleship near a charted accountant for 3 years
    at last CA final

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    Re: Which subjects should I choose for CA course?

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    hai..
    which subjects should i choose to study chartered accounted
    You can choose any subject in which your interested . Because any stream candidate like, Commerce , Arts , Science etc.. may eligible to apply for Chartered Accountant .

    But if your take commerce stream in 12th (or) Bachelor degree then it will an advantage . So, If your aspiring to apply for Chartered Accountant then you may take commerce stream . So, that you may easily learn and practice the CA course .

    CA stands for Chartered Accountant . The duration of the course is for three years and the course is divided into three stages namely ,

    -Foundation Course
    -Intermediate Course
    -Final Course

    Subjects for Chartered Accountant :-

    -Financial Accounting
    -Corporate Accounting
    -Auditing
    -Business and Corporate Law
    -Advanced Accounting
    -Management Accounting
    -Direct Taxes
    -Cost Management
    -Income Tax Theory Law Practice
    -Information Technology
    -Management Information and Control System


    ==>> The Basic eligibility Criteria to apply for CA course you should complete 12th standard in any discipline with Minimum 50% percentage of marks from recognized university .

    ==>> You should complete CPT Examination with good percentage of marks .

    CPT :- Common Proficiency Test


    Eligibility Criteria :-

    -You should complete 12th standard in any discipline with Minimum 50% percentage of marks from recognized university
    -Your age should be Not more then 20 years .
    -Final year candidate may also eligible to apply for this Examination

    If your complete Bachelor degree then you may directly apply for Intermediate course with apply for Foundation course . To apply for Intermediate course you should you should complete Bachelor degree in any discipline from recognized university .

    -For Commerce stream candidate should score Minimum 55% percentage of marks
    -For Science stream candidate should score Minimum 60% percentage of marks

    To apply for Final course you should complete Intermediate course .

    So, you may choose any subject in which your interest .

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    Re: Which subjects should I choose for CA course?

    You can apply for CPT after 12th (any discipline in 12th)
    If you are Graduate then you can skip CPT and directly apply for IPCC is
    you have done
    B.Com. with 50% or more marks
    or
    Graduation in any other discipline (without Maths.) with 55% or more marks
    or
    Graduation in any other discipline (with Maths.) with 60% or more marks.

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    Re: Which subjects should I choose for CA course?

    CA is the charted accountancy course.
    To do CA ,
    you should have commerce stream in the 12th standard.
    Then you have to also give entrance exam to get admission.then you can apply for CA course.

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    Re: Which subjects should I choose for CA course?

    hello . .



    To opt Charted Accountant you need to have certain requirements .

    You are eligible to registered for CPT after 10 th .

    But you can appear the CA CPT examination only after completing your 12th.

    The Registration for these courses can be done all throughout the year.

    There is no such thing as a last date for registration.

    The examination are held two time in a Year-

    June and December.

    If you are interested to appear for June examination, then you have to apply before 1 April.

    If you are interested to apply for December examination then you have to apply before 1 October.

    for further details and clarification http://icai.org

    Good Luck . . .

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    if you want to be a CA then go for COMM+MATHS It is not necessary to take but they may help you in future
    after ccompleting that (12th) go for CA exam which consist of 3 exams

    1.CPT
    2.IPCC
    3.IPCC-FINAL

    if you have done any graduation after 12th then no need to give CPT .you can directly go for IPCC then IPCC-FINAL

    gud luck

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    Re: Which subjects should I choose for CA course?

    Module A
    Paper A1 Functional English
    Paper A 2 Quantitative Methods
    Module B
    Paper B 3 Introduction to Economics and Finance
    Paper B 4 Introduction to Financial Accounting
    Paper B 5 Mercantile Law
    INTERMEDIATE
    Module C
    Paper C 6 Financial Accounting
    Paper C 7 Taxation
    Paper C 8 Business Communication and Behavioural Studies
    Module D
    Paper D 9 Company Law
    Paper D 10 Cost Accounting
    Paper D 11 Auditing
    Paper D 12 Information Technology
    FINAL
    Module E
    Paper E 13 Information Technology Management, Audit and Control
    Paper E 14 Advanced Accounting & Financial Reporting
    Paper E 15 Corporate Laws
    Paper E 16 Business Management
    Module F
    Paper F 17 Management Accounting
    Paper F 18 Business Finance Decision
    Paper F 19 Advanced Taxation
    Paper F 20 Advanced Auditing

    THESE ARE THE SUBJECTS YOU WILL FACE IN CA EXAMS
    * TO WRITE CPT YOU SHOULD QUALIFY IN +2.

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    Re: Which subjects should I choose for CA course?

    FRIEND,



    For the CA courses you have to appear in the COMMON PROFICIENCY TEST and this test is conducted two times in a year.

    One in the month of June and second in the month of December.

    You can select any stream except Arts in 11th and 12th class in order to be eligible for the CA CPT EXAM.

    CA-CPT stands for Common Proficiency Test (CA CPT) is an Chartered Accountants Entrance Exam
    conduted by the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India (ICAI).

    This Common Proficiency Test (CPT) is only for those students who are the members of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India.

    The duration of the course is min 2 months and Max 6 months.

    Pattern of Tests and Subjects

    SESSION I (Two sections, two hours, 100 marks)
    Section A: Fundamentals of Accounting (60 marks)
    Section B: Mercantile Laws (40 marks)

    SESSION II (Two sections, two hours, 100 marks)
    Section C: General Economics (50 marks)
    Section D: Quantitative Aptitude (50 marks)

    To qualify at the CPT, a student has to obtain a total of 50% marks in all the papers together.

    The registration and tuition fee for Common Proficiency Test is Rupees 6,000/-* and it should be paid to Institute of Chartered Accountants of India (ICAI).

    THE ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA IS:

    1)You must have passed 10+2 class from any recognized Board.

    2)If you have passed B.Com, M.Com, LLB, ICWA, CS or MBA at the first attempt, then also you are eligible to apply.

    3)If you are in the final year of the qualifying examination, then also you are eligible to apply.

    4)If you have have registered for CPT Course with Board of Studies of ICAI on or before October 1,2012 then you are eligible to appear in the entrance test.

    For more details visit the website http://www.icai.org

    GOOD LUCK.

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    Re: Which subjects should I choose for CA course?

    To take admission in CA you admission through Common Proficiency Test - CPT.
    If you want to do CA Course then you should pass Commerce at 10+2 and/or Graduation level.
    Te syllabus for CPT
    One Paper, Two Sessions 200 Marks
    Session I:
    Section A: Fundamentals of Accounting 60 Marks
    Section B: Mercantile Laws 40 Marks
    Session II:
    Section C: General Economics 50 Marks
    Section D: Quantitative Aptitude 50 Marks
    After CPT you may do IPCC. The syllabus are
    Six subjects and Seven Papers of study in IPCC are –
    Group I
    Paper 1:Accounting (100 marks)
    Paper 2:Law, Ethics and Communication
    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)
    The level of knowledge expected of students in the above subjects is ‘working knowledge’.

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    Re: Which subjects should I choose for CA course?

    if you want to be a CA then go for COMM+MATHS It is not necessary to take but they may help you in future
    after ccompleting that (12th) go for CA exam which consist of 3 exams

    1.CPT
    2.IPCC
    3.IPCC-FINAL

    if you have done any graduation after 12th then no need to give CPT .you can directly go for IPCC then IPCC-FINAL

    gud luck

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    WHICH SUBJECT SHOULD TAKE IN INTERMEDIATE TO DO C.A

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