Here’s a quick overview of how to become a CA.

An internationally renowned financial specialist who supervises clients' budgets, audits, taxes, and company planning is a Chartered Accountant (CA).

Who is a Chartered Accountant?

The commerce stream can help you get ready for a career as a CA.

Step 1: Stream to select

– You must pass the following exams to become a Chartered Accountant – CA Foundation – CA Intermediate – CA Final

Step 2: Certificate and Project Courses

To start your career as a CA, you must first decide on the bachelor's degree you must have to work in the financial sector.

Step 3: Educational Qualifications

– You can opt for the following Diploma Courses – Diploma in Financial Accounting (10-15 hrs) – Diploma in Decision Making using Financial Accounting (15-20 hrs) – Diploma in Effective Bookkeeping and Payroll (10-15 hrs)

#1 After 10th

– You can opt for the following Courses – Bachelor of Commerce – Bachelors of Business Administration – Bachelors of Arts – Bachelor of Law (LLB)

#2 After 12th

Given your familiarity with the financial business, you are aware of how crucial first impressions are.

Step 4: Job Preparation

– Candidates may take the CA Final exams in the final six months of the three-year program. – Before the exam, candidates must finish the Advanced Integrated Course on IT and Soft Skills during their final two years.

#1 Articleship Training

A candidate is eligible to join the ICAI if they have completed articleship training and both groups of the CA Final exam.

#2 Portfolio Creation

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