Chartered Accountancy Course
Chartered Accountancy Course is a noble Professional Course in India that was set up back in 1949, as per the enactment of The Chartered Accountants Act,1949. The CA Degree in India is awarded by the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India (ICAI) to the candidates who succeed in clearing the CA Final Level Examinations. CA Exams are held twice every year in the month of May and November.
To become a Chartered Accountant, a candidate is required to qualify all the Three Levels of Examinations,
CA Foundation is the entry-level course which is designed for those candidates who have attempted or passed Class 12th examinations and wants to pursue the CA course. Right from the beginning the candidate needs to put in extra efforts and be well-equipped with a good study structure and proper guidance to qualify the CA foundation exams. Upon registration for the course, the candidate will be given a 6-Month study period prior to examination.
Once a candidate qualifies in Foundation, he will be eligible to register for CA INTERMEDIATE. After 9 months of study period after registering, the candidate would be eligible to appear for Intermediate Exams.
Once a candidate qualifies in Intermediate, the candidate is required to complete the 100 hours ITT Course and 35- hour Orientation Course before starting the 3 years of articleship training. Out of every 100 candidates who appear for Intermediate Exams, approx. 10% are able to clear both groups of Intermediate in their 1st Attempt.
The Candidates are then eligible to register for CA Final. On completing 2.5 Years of articleship training, the candidate would be eligible to appear for Final Examinations. On clearing CA Final Exams and on successfully completing the AICITSS training, a person is awarded a Chartered Accountancy Degree by ICAI. Out of 100 Students who appear for CA Final Exams, approx. 5% are able to clear both groups in the 1st attempt.