6 Replies to “How to become a Chartered Accountant in India

  1. Hello sir , I have passed my foundation level (cpt ) of CA after 12 the standard and then registered for IPCC but due to some complications I then completed my degree in b.com from ignou. Now, although my IPCC registration is valid , my question is can I start my articleship directly then give IPCC paper or I have to first clear my IPCC group to enter articleship……kindly clear my doubt.

    1. As you are from CPT route so you have to pass any one group or both group and then you can start your articleship.

  2. Hello sir,
    I opted for PCB (without Maths) in 12 th standard.
    My query is “Am I eligible for CA foundation? ”
    Thank you.

  3. CA is Dream of Every Commerce Student This is Reputed and Future Job in India .
    Here we are sharing with you a guide which will surely help you to become a successful Chartered Accountant.
    Any student who has passed 10th class or any course equivalent to that can apply for the Common Proficiency Course (CPC) first.
    Post qualifying for the 10+2 exam, a student has to then qualify in CPT exam.
    After the CPT IPCC, successful article-ship or training under an officially practicing C.A has to be done for 3 years.
    Then comes the CA Final.
    STEPS To Study CA
    CA Foundation
    CA Intermediate
    CA Final
    CA Foundation
    Foundation covers four basic subjects viz.
    Paper 1: Principles and Practice of Accounting
    Paper 2: Business Laws and Business Correspondence and Recording
    Paper 3: Business Mathematics, Logical Reasoning and Statistics
    Paper 4: Business Economics and Business and Commercial Knowledge
    400 Marks exam with each paper accounting for 100 Marks. Paper 1 & 2 will be subjective type papers and 3 & 4 will be objective papers. Candidates can choose English or Hindi as the choice of language to appear in CA Foundation exam. However, Section B of paper 2 will compulsorily have to be given in English language. The objective papers, i.e. Paper 3 & 4, will have a negative marking of one-fourth, such that for every wrong answer, 0.25 marks will be deducted. Candidates will have to score a minimum of 40 marks in each paper and 50% overall (200 marks) to pass the CA Foundation exam.
    CA Intermediate
    Intermediate covers eight subjects viz.
    Paper 1: Accounting
    Paper 2: Corporate And Other Laws
    Paper 3: Cost And Management Accounting
    Paper 4: Taxation
    Paper 5: Advanced Accounting
    Paper 6: Auditing And Assurance
    Paper 7: Enterprise Information Systems And Strategic Management
    Paper 8: Financial Management And Economics for Finance
    A Candidate can register for Intermediate after completing CPT/Foundation/Under Graduation/Post Graduation and take the exam after 9 Months. Every Paper on Intermediate exam carries a total of 100 Marks. A candidate is considered to have cleared Intermediate if he/she, in a given attempt, obtains 40% in each of the 8 Subjects and a 50% aggregate in the entire examination.
    CA Final
    Final Covers eight subjects viz.
    Paper-1: Financial Reporting
    Paper-2: Strategic Financial Management
    Paper-3: Advanced Auditing and Professional Ethics
    Paper-4: Corporate and Economic Laws
    Paper-5: Strategic Cost Management and Performance Evaluation
    Paper-6A: Risk Management
    Paper-6B: Financial Services and Capital Markets
    Paper-6C: International Taxation
    Paper-6D: Economic Laws
    Paper-6E: Global Financial Reporting Standards
    Paper-6F: Multidisciplinary Case Study
    Paper-7: Direct Tax Laws and International Taxation
    Paper-8: Indirect Tax Laws
    I hope These are Helping You And Best Wishes.

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