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    What should I do after 12th(MEC)?

    What should I do after 12th(MEC)?
    thanks.





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    navjotsidhupamal
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    Jun 2012
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    Re: What should I do after 12th(MEC)?

    hello friend..!!

    ->this whole depends upon your interest and hard work that how much you are serious.
    ->you can go for engineering side.
    ->you should go for b.tech or b.e or b.sc.

    thank u..!!




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    kitkat
    Join Date
    Oct 2011
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    Re: What should I do after 12th(MEC)?

    hai,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
    dear as you compleated your career in MEC have many career oppertunties ,if you will select your career in commerce and arts like
    • B.COM,
    • CA,
    • BA,
    • ICWA,
    • BBM,AND MANY MORE ...
    charted accountancy is good course to opt after your MEC.
    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.
    next level after clearing the CPT exam is integrated professional competency course(IPCC)
    tHE IPCC registration is not automatic and you have to submit the IPCC registration form.
    the fees for the IPCC registration is payable by way of demand draft /pay order in favour of secretary , institute of charted accountants of india which are payable at
    • mumbai,
    • Chennai,
    • new delhi,
    • kolkata,
    • Kanpur,
    you have to appear for teh exam after 9 years of registration ,
    the exam is conducted twice in a year in the month of may and November.
    IPCC SYLLABUS
    group-1
    • paper-1-accounting carries 100 marks,
    • paper-2-law,ethics,communication
    • part-1-law carries 60 marks,
    business law carries 30 marks,
    company law carries 30 marks,

    part-2-business ethics carries 20 marks,
    part-3-business communication carries 20 marks,
    • paper 3-cost accounting and financial management
    part-1-cost accounting carries 50 marks,
    part-2-financial management carries 50 marks,
    • paper 4-taxation
    part-1:income tax carries 50 marks,
    part2:service tax carries 225 marks and VAT 25 marks.

    group-2
    • paper-5 -advanced accounting carries 100 marks,
    • paper-6 - auditing and assurance carries 100 marks,
    • paper-7 - information technology and strategic management
    part-1: information technology carries 50 marks,
    part-2: strategic management carries 50 marks ,

    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,
    ICWAI has emerged as a leading professional institute in india and the second largest management accounting body in the world with focus on knowledge,
    training and research in the field.
    the ICWA is recognized by the government of india as a scientific and industrial research organisation.
    this is also toughest courses and highly payable in the world ,
    there will be three courses like
    • foundation course and
    • intermediate course
    • final course
    ELIGIBILITY
    you should have 17 years of age with 10+2 recognized by the board,
    the cost of fees you need to pay is rs.200/-
    all teh remaining courses are same like BACHELORS DEGREE.
    so dear all the best

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