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How to Become CA?

Becoming a CA (Chartered Accountant) is itself a prestigious thing. To reach to this reputed designation one has to keep patience and put hard work immensely. The ICAI (The Institute of Chartered Accountants of India) which was established by an Act of Parliament conducts the professional course of Chartered Accountancy in India.

The ICAI conducts the CA examination into mainly three levels. These three levels of CA examinations are-

  1. FOUNDATION COURSE
  2. INTERMEDIATE COURSE
  3. FINAL COURSE

Now let’s have a look of all the three levels in detail-

  1. You may get registered to the CA examination through two different levels. These two levels are-
  2. FOUNDATION COURSE
  3. DIRECT ENTRY ROUTE
  4. FOUNDATION COURSE-The Foundation course is the entry level examination level ofCA examination course. The Foundation examination is being conducted twice a year in the month of December and June.
  • Eligibility criteria- candidates who have passed their class Xllthexamination may appear. Here there is no need of any percentage criteria.
  • Enrolment- the candidates may enrol themselves till June 30thfor the December attempt andtill December 31stfor the June attempt. You may fill the online registration form from orgby clicking on “Course Registration Forms” in “Students Tab”.
  • Syllabus-

Paper 1- PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICE OF ACCOUNTING (3 HOURS/ 100 MARKS)

Paper 2- BUSINESS LAWS AND BUSINESS CORRESPONDENCE AND REPORTING (3 HOURS/ 100 MARKS)

  1. Section A- Business Laws(60 Marks)
  2. Section B- Business Correspondence And Reporting (40 Marks)

Paper 3- BUSINESS MATHEMATICS, LOGICAL REASONING AND STATISTICS (3 HOURS/ 100 MARKS)

  1. Section A- Business Mathematics (40 Marks)
  2. Section B- Logical Reasoning (20 Marks)
  • Section C- Statistics (40 Marks)

Paper 4- BUSINESS ECONOMICS AND BUSINESS AND COMMERCIAL KNOWLEDGE (3 HOURS/ 100 MARKS)

  1. Section A- Business Economics (60 Marks)
  2. Section B- Business And Commercial Knowledge (40 Marks)
  • Passing criteria- 40% needed in each paper and simultaneously 50% aggregate marks.

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  1. DIRECT ENTRY ROUTE-The Direct Entry Route allows the candidates to directly appear in the intermediate level.
  • Eligibility criteria- Commerce Graduates/Post Graduates (55%) and other Graduates/ Post- Graduates (60%).
  • Enrolment- the candidates have to register for the intermediate examination course. After enrolling they have to pursue a four weeks integrated course on information technology and soft skills (ICITSS). Once they complete the ICITSS course they may join the articleship for 3 years. The candidates may appear for the intermediate examination once they completed their 9 months of articleship.
  1. Intermediate Course– In this level candidates get exposure on core and allied subjects to accounting profession. The appearing candidates have the choice to choose between the Group 1 and Group 2 which to appear first.
  • Eligibility criteria- candidates who have passed CA foundation examination or ICITSS with 9 months training experience are eligible to appear in the intermediate examination. Here there is no need of any percentage criteria.
  • Enrolment- the candidates may enrol themselvesfor the November attempt andMay attempt. You may fill the online registrationform from orgby clicking on “Course Registration Forms” in “Students Tab”.
  • Syllabus-

Group 1:-

PAPER 1- ACCOUNTING (3 HOURS/ 100 MARKS)

PAPER 2- CORPORATE LAWS AND OTHER LAWS (3 HOURS/ 100 MARKS)

  1. Section A- Company Law(60 Marks)
  2. Section B- Other Law(40 Marks)

PAPER 3- COST AND MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING (3 HOURS/ 100 MARKS)

PAPER 4- TAXATION (3 HOURS/ 100 MARKS)

  1. Section A- Income Tax Law(60 Marks)
  2. Section B- Indirect Taxes(40 Marks)

Group 2:-

PAPER 5- ADVANCED ACCOUNTING (3 HOURS/ 100 MARKS)

PAPER 6- AUDITING AND ASSURANCE(3 HOURS/ 100 MARKS)

PAPER 7- ENTERPRISE INFORMATION SYSTEMS AND STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT (3 HOURS/ 100 MARKS)

  1. Section A- Enterprise Information Systems (50 Marks)
  2. Section B- Strategic Management (50 Marks)

PAPER 8- FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT AND ECONOMICS FOR FINANCE (3 HOURS/ 100 MARKS)

  1. Section A- Financial Management(60 Marks)
  2. Section B- Economics for Finance(40 Marks)
  • Passing criteria- 40% needed in each paper and simultaneously 50% aggregate marks.

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  1. Final Course– In this level candidates get exposure on advanced core allied subjects to accounting profession. The appearing candidates have the choice to choose between the Group 1 and Group 2 which to appear first.
  • Eligibility criteria- candidates who have passed the CA intermediate examination and are left with only six months articleship training are qualified to appear in CA final examination.
  • Enrolment- the candidates may enrol themselvesfor the November attempt andMay attempt. You may fill the online registration form from orgby clicking on “Course Registration Forms” in “Students Tab”.
  • Syllabus-

Group 1:-

PAPER 1- FINANCIAL REPORTING (3 HOURS/ 100 MARKS)Buy Solved Papers

PAPER 2- STRATEGIC FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT (3 HOURS/ 100 MARKS)Buy Solved Papers

PAPER 3- ADVANCED AUDITING AND PROFESSIONAL ETHICS(3 HOURS/ 100 MARKS)Buy Solved Papers

PAPER 4- CORPORATE AND ECONOMIC LAWS (3 HOURS/ 100 MARKS)Buy Solved Papers

  1. PART 1- Corporate Laws (70 Marks)
  • Section A-Company Laws
  • Section B-Securities Laws
  1. Part 2- Economic Laws (30 Marks)

Group 2:-

PAPER 5- STRATEGIC COST MANAGEMENT AND PERFORMANCE EVALUATION (3 HOURS/ 100 MARKS)Buy Solved Papers

  1. Part A- Strategic Cost Management and Decision Making
  2. PartB- Performance Evaluation and Control
  • PartC- Case Study

PAPER 6A- RISK MANAGEMENT EVALUATION (3 HOURS/ 100 MARKS)Buy Solved Papers

PAPER 6B- FINANCIAL SERVICES AND CAPITAL MARKETS (3 HOURS/ 100 MARKS)Buy Solved Papers

PAPER 6C- INTERNATIONAL TAXATION(3 HOURS/ 100 MARKS)Buy Solved Papers

  1. Part 1- Taxations of International Transactions and Non- Resident Taxation of India (50 Marks)
  2. Part 2-Other Aspects of International Taxation (50 Marks)

PAPER 6D- ECONOMIC LAWS(3 HOURS/ 100 MARKS)Buy Solved Papers

PAPER 6E- GLOBAL FINANCIAL REPORTING STANDARDS (3 HOURS/ 100 MARKS)Buy Solved Papers

PAPER 6F- MULTI DISCIPLINARY CASE STUDY (3 HOURS/ 100 MARKS)Buy Solved Papers

PAPER 7-DIRECT TAX LAWS AND INTERNATIONAL TAXATIONS (3 HOURS/ 100 MARKS)Buy Solved Papers

  1. Part 1- Direct Laws (70 Marks)
  2. Part 2- International Taxation (30 Marks)

PAPER 8 -INDIRECT TAX LAWS (3 HOURS/ 100 MARKS)Buy Solved Papers

  1. Part 1- Goods and Services Tax(75 Marks)
  2. Part 2- Customs and FTP (25 Marks)
  • Passing criteria- 40% needed in each paper and simultaneously 50% aggregate marks.

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