Chartered Accountancy

About CA Course

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A chartered accountant, also known as a certified public accountant or CPA, is a professional accountant qualified to work with a spectrum of accountancy related activities. A chartered accountant will implement accounting systems, prepare monthly financial reports, and submit corporate tax returns.CA is a prestigious, responsible and rewarding profession. It imparts the best combination of theoretical knowledge, practical experience with analytical as well as technical skill to look after the entire operations and management of the modern business organization. At present there has been rapid transformation in the scope of Chartered Accountants. Globalization, liberalization and revolution in information technology have totally changed not only the scope of CAs in financial reporting but also other many areas

Roles & Duties Of CA

  • Oversee the duties of the accounting team.
  • Implement accounting systems and processes.
  • Reconcile income statements.
  • Prepare monthly financial reports.
  • Control the master data of the general register.
  • Review and release online banking payments.
  • Ensure compliance with state revenue service.
  • Provide ongoing accounting and reporting support.
  • Manage the full financial process.
  • Prepare an expense budget report.

CA Course Levels

CAP-I Level
CAP-II Level

Entry Requirements

The following are eligible to register for CAP-I Level:

  1. Completed recognized educational institution’s higher secondary (10+2) program, certificate level, level, or comparable test.

  2. Graduates/Post Graduates who did not qualify to apply immediately for the CAP-II Course because they received less than 50% in commerce and less than 60% in faculties other than commerce (see CAP- II Level registration criteria).

Eligibility Criteria

The following are eligible to register for CAP-II Level:

  1. CAP-I Level Examination passed, or

  2. Acquire a graduate or postgraduate degree in commerce, business administration, or management with accounting, auditing, or taxation as a major and a minimum of 50% overall, or

  3. Acquire a minimum cumulative GPA of 60% and be a graduate or post-graduate in a field other than those mentioned above.

Eligibility Criteria

The following are eligible to register for CAP-III Level:

  1. Passed the CAP-II Level Exams for both categories.

  2. By registering an Articleship Deed, you’re officially registered as an article trainee working under a licensed Chartered Accountant. The Articleship Deed must, however, be filed to ICAN within a month of the date of signing it, as must be mentioned.