Course – Reporting – Taxation
If you’re seeking a business career with distinction, respect, good prospects, and good pay, becoming a chartered accountant is a terrific place to start. Chartered Accountants are a unique group of individuals with skills and ambition, and at the same time, they are highly in demand. They make a difference wherever they operate.
Studying to become a Chartered Accountant will set you apart, and being “chartered” means you have gone above and beyond typical accounting and business training. The CA credential is a distinguished and internationally recognized credential that will provide you with the information, abilities, and values necessary to succeed as a highly valued and sought-after business professional.
The CA certification is a renowned and globally recognized qualification that will provide you with the knowledge, abilities, and value to become a highly regarded and sought–after business professional. Professional studies and related practical experience are required for the CA certification.
The Foundation Course is the first level of the Chartered Accountancy Course. Students who have completed the twelfth grade can enrol in the Foundation Course. Pupils who have taken the 12th standard test are entitled to take the foundation exam, i.e. students who enrol on or before December 31st can take the May/June examination of the following year.
The Foundation Course consists of four papers, two of which are subjective and two of which are objective. In objective papers, there is negative marking for selecting the incorrect alternatives. The Foundation Course test is held twice a year, in May and November, and the results are provisionally announced three to four weeks after the exam. The CA Foundation Exam is a prominent national level exam open to students from many disciplines, including business, science, and humanities.
The sole condition is that a student has a 10+2, or Senior Secondary qualification certificate, with a minimum aggregate of 50% from any national or state-recognized Board of Secondary Education in India, or five passes with A/B/C grades at GCE ‘O’ level/GCSE/IGCSE.
- Foundation Course
- Fundamentals of Accounting
- Business Laws and Communication
- Economics and General Commercial Knowledge
- Mathematics and Statistics
- Intermediate Course
- Corporate and Other Laws
- Cost and Management Accounting
- Advanced Accounting
- Auditing and Assurance
- Enterprise Information Systems and Strategic Management
- Financial Management and Economics for Finance
- Final Course
- Financial Reporting
- Strategic Financial Management
- Strategic Cost Management and Performance Evaluation
- Direct Tax Laws and International Taxation
- Indirect Tax Laws