About CA – Chartered Accountancy Course Details – Become Chartered Accountant

About CA – Chartered Accountancy Course

CA is the short form that is used for Chartered accountancy. In this article, we’ve provided the Chartered Accountant course details including the CA course structure, eligibility criteria for CA,Syllabus, Admission/Registration, Fee and other details.

Who is Chartered Accountant

Chartered Accountants are professional people who work in the field of business and finance and their job encompasses areas like audits, taxation, company law, financial accounting and general management of companies. They can either work as self-employed professionals, or work as employees in public or private sector. As an employee, a C.A.’s basic job is to maintain accounts, complying the regulatory requirements and provide inputs on financial managements.

About ICAI

The Institute of Chartered Accountants of India (ICAI) is a statutory body set up by an
Act of Parliament, viz. The Chartered Accountants Act, 1949 (Act No. XXXVIII of
1949) for the regulation of profession of Chartered Accountancy in the country. The
Institute functions under the administrative control of the Ministry of Corporate
Affairs, Government of India and is the second largest professional body of
Chartered Accountants in the world.

The Institute has its headquarters at New Delhi. In addition, it has five Regional Councils located in Mumbai, Chennai, Kolkata, Kanpur and New Delhi and 163 Branches spread all over the country. The Institute has also 30 chapters outside India.

CA Course Structure

Revised CA Course 2017 - Full DetailsCA Course Eligibility Criteria

The four stage procedure is as follows:

  1. CA CPT/Foundation – 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.
  2. CA Inter/IPCC – the second stage in CA Course is CA Inter (earlier known as CA IPCC).
  3. CA Articleship – After the CPT IPCC, successful article-ship or training under an officially practicing C.A has to be done for 3 years.
  4. CA Final – Then comes to the CA Final stage.

Eligibility for CA IPCC / CA Inter Examination

  • Before taking the Integrated Professional Competence (IPCC/Inter) Examination, the candidate must have qualified cpt.
  • A minimum of 55% score is required for graduates/post graduates in commerce whereas other graduates or post graduates require a minimum of 60% to apply for CA.
  • Candidates need to register 9 months prior to the exam and then complete a 100 hours of Information Technology Training.

Requirements for the CA Course

The following points need to be checked for becoming a CA

  • Common Proficiency Test needs to be qualified
  • Integrated Professional Competence Course needs to be qualified
  • Three years Article ship or training has to be undergone under a Practicing Chartered accountant
  • CA Final exams need to appeared for

When to register for CA Foundation/CPT Online

You have to register 60 days prior the first day of the month in which the exam happens.

Appearing for CA Foundation (earlier CA CPT) Exam

  • A Student can appear for the chartered accountant course after 12th class and immediately register and appear for CPT/CA Foundation.
  • Students need to wait for at least a minimum of 60 days post registering for the cpt.
  • Students can only appear for the exam in the month of June/December exams if they register before 1st April or 1st October.

CA Articleship, ITT and Orientation

100 hours of ITT needs to be completed.

Orientation (15 days) and Information Technology training also need to be completed before undertaking the article ship. General Management and Communication Skills (GMCS) – I Course has been merged with the syllabus of Orientation Programme since 2016.

The ITT and Orientation can be completed any time before undertaking the article ship.

IPCC (Integrated Professional Competence Course)

Both groups of IPCC can be appeared for together or Group 1 and Group 2 can be appeared for one after the other separately. To qualify in this exam, you need to secure 40% in each of the subjects and an aggregate of 55% overall.

Registering for Chartered Accountant Article-ship

Post qualifying IPCC Group 1 exam or both groups exams, the candidate is eligible for registering for the CA articleship under the supervision of a practicing chartered accountant. The period of article-ship is for 3 years.

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When to appear for CA Final Course

Students need to appear for the Chartered Accountancy Final examination during the last six months of their ongoing article-ship and pass the CA final exams of both the groups. To qualify in the CA exams, you need to get 40% in each of the subjects and an aggregate of 50%.

Enrolling as a Member

Post all the examinations, when you successfully enroll yourself as a professional chartered accountant, you are all set and will be bestowed with the title of a “Chartered Accountant”.

CA Course Duration

The council has taken the decision of reducing the chartered accountant course duration from 5 years 3 months to 3.5 years.

  1. Krishna nand Rai says

    CPT FUD… Ka Rest… Date Kab sa Kab Tak Rahi… Rest… Fee

  2. Shubhabrata Rout says

    How much fee in the Car entire course



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