Chartered Accountant

Chartered Accountant

Students who wish to pursue Chartered Accountancy Course can register for the CA Foundation course only after passing 10 + 2 examination.

The CA Foundation exam is the entrance test conducted by the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India and without qualifying this test, candidates holding any qualification can not be considered eligible to pursue the course of CA.

The Institute of Chartered Accountants of India (ICAI) offers the Chartered Accountancy Course in India.

There are two ways to get admission for Chartered Accountancy Course.

Firstly you can do so by appearing for CA Foundation exam for which you must have passed at least 12th standard.

Secondly there is also a direct entry for those with graduation degree.

Candidate must have passed with 55 percent marks.

Candidates who have completed other graduation course may also apply. (but need 60 percent marks).

To understand this recruitment you need to understand that Chartered Accountancy course has 3 stages. These stages are:- CA Founation exam, Integrated Professional Competency Test (IPPC) and Final Course.

As practitioners of public accounting, CAs may start professional practice as a proprietor or join any existing firm as a partner or staff member. He also acts as a business advisor by providing services like the preparation of financial reports, helping the business to secure loans etc. CA plays a vital role in assisting business and industry to improve the use of their resources, increase their efficiency and achieve their objectives.

A CA may prefer to join an industry or government department and ultimately hold responsible positions. Many Chartered Accountants hold responsible positions in business or industrial firms as CEOs, CFOs, COOs, Managing Directors, etc.

In a dynamic and challenging business environment, Chartered Accountants are looked upon as Complete business Solution Providers. This field provides employment in the areas of Accounting, Auditing, Corporate Finance, Business and Company laws, Taxation Ans Corporate Governance.