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    What is the procedure to do CA after B.Com?

    Hi,
    i completed my B.com, Is the CPT exam compulsory for me? and what are the procedure to do CA....
    Please remember that im completed b.com and advice me ASAP

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    CA stands for Chartered Accountancy .

    CA course has three stages to be clear for becoming a successful CA.

    CPT :Common proficiency Test.
    For this examination only Class 12th passed candidates are eligible.
    This is simply an entrance examination to CA course.

    Second stage :
    IPCC : Integrated Proficiency Competency course.

    For this stage either you have clear your CPT exam or Must have completed Graduation in any stream from a recognized university.

    The government has announced a new rule that the candidates those who have completed graduation can directly register to IPCC exam details.

    But for getting direct admission you have to fulfill the eligibility criteria for this course.

    For Commerce graduate: 50 %
    For non mathematics 55 %
    For mathematics graduates 60 %

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    Hello,

    After the completion of 12th, you have needed to completed three stages for CA are as follows:

    1. CPT
    2. IPCC
    3. Final CA

    But after the completion of B.Com, You can eligible to apply second stage (IPCC).

    Thanks,

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    To be a complete CA you have to clear three level of exams ,i.e,
    1) CPT
    2) PCC
    3) FINAL EXAM
    All these exams are necessary and you'll also have to get a training under the guidance of a C.A firm.
    The Institute conducts its examinations in May and November each year and has exam centers in major cities/regions in India.

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    CA stands for Chartered Accountant.

    CA course consists of 2 stages :-

    1.CPT

    2.IPCC.

    CPT stands for Common Proficiency Test.

    To appear for CPT you need to have completed you 12th.

    After clearing CPT only you can appear for IPCC.

    IPCC is the second stage of CA course.

    With our clearing CPT you can not appear for IPCC.

    But there was a change in this procedure by the Government.

    The change is that with out qualifying CPT you can appear for IPCC , but you need to have completed Graduation.

    You need to have minimum of 60% in graduation for appear for IPCC directly and if your from Commerce Background you need to have 55%.

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    The Chartered Accountant course consists of 3 stages.

    1. Common Proficiency Test (CPT)

    2. Integrated Professional Competancy Test (IPPC)

    3. Final Course

    Eligiblity of CPT

    Any student who has passed Class 10 from a recognised board in India is eligible for CPT.

    10+2 students from recognised board are also welcomed to apply

    The CPT exam of 200 marks has four sections. You need to secure at least 100 marks to qualify the examination. The four sections are:

    1. Fundamentals of Accountancy
    2, Economics
    3. Mercantile Law
    4. Quantitative Aptitude


    Second Stage is Integrated Professional Competancy Test (IPPC). Recently ICAI has made some changes to allow students with higher marks to skip CPT and directly go for IPPC. To do so you need to meet the following criteria.

    B.Com degree with at least 55 per cent marks

    Non B.Com degree holders need to secure at least 60 per cent marks for exemption.

    IPPC has total of seven papers divided in two groups that you are require to pass:

    Group 1

    1. Accounting

    2. Business Laws,Ethics and Communication

    3. Cost Accounting and Financial Management

    4. Taxation

    Group 2

    5. Advanced Accounting
    6. Auditing and Assurance
    7. Information Technology and Strategic Management

    Third and final stage consists two groups and considerd toughest of all three stages of CA.

    Group 1

    1. Financial Reporting
    2. Strategic Financial Management
    3. Advanced Auditing and Professional Ethics
    4. Corporate and Allied Laws


    Group 2

    5. Advanced Management Accounting
    6. Information System control and Audit
    7. Direct Tax Laws
    8. indirect tax Laws

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