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The days when accounting executives were prosaic professionals who went about their business with mechanical alacrity and measured humor are long gone. Accounting maestros now occupy center-stage in an organization, enjoy a glamorous image and are powerful figures in companies by virtue of their numerical skills.But before you form a rosy picture in your mind, complete with impressive pay package, remember you have to clear the tough accountancy exams to pursue a career as a chartered or cost and works accountant. A good numerical ability, penchant for numbers and an analytical mind to interpret data affirms your aptitude for the profession. This combined with an ability to work on legal aspects in an administrative environment opens up the prospect of company secretaryship for you.
Chartered Accountancy (CA) is one of the most prestigious qualifications in accounting and can be pursued immediately after your 12th standard exams. A qualification in Chartered Accountancy equips a student with thorough knowledge of auditing, taxation and accounting.
Eligibility Details: If you have passed 10+2 from any stream from a recognized school, you are eligible to apply for the Common Proficiency Test (CPT).
If you registered for the Common Proficiency Test 60 days prior to the first day of the month in which CPT examination is to be held, you can appear in the examination.
You need to apply on or before 1st April and 1st October to appear for CPT examination to be held in June and December respectively.
Levels of Chartered Accountancy:
- Entry Level Test: Common Proficiency Test
- First Stage of Theoretical Education: Professional Competence Course
- Final Stage of Theoretical Education: Final Course
Quality Education At Your Home
Batra Study Circle has the vision to provide quality education at your home which has the main focus to build pupil’s interest towards subject so that they do well and score well in their subject. In today’s competitive world, preparedness is the key to success. It’s even truer of competitive entrance examinations. Here you have to battle it out with the best of brains, and the one who wins will be the one who is better equipped. Fully armed and fiercely trained, with proven skills and the perfect temperament of a true champion.
Career as a Company Secretary is not only prestigious and financially rewarding but also carries with it a high level of job satisfaction. There are 3 stages in Company Secretary Course i.e. Foundation, Executive and Professional. So if you want to become CS, you should complete these 3 stages.
To Complete the Course, it takes minimum 3 years including training period. The Gap between one level and other level is 8 months. If you complete Foundation exam during June session, you’re eligible to appear the Executive examination in Following June session (next year).
The Nature of the CS course:
The majority of the course would contain corporate laws and other such related things like Business laws, economic and commercial laws, general laws, Tax Laws, etc. The CS course comprises of the three stages namely –
- Foundation programme,
- Executive programme
- Professional Programme
Along with these above three levels of programmes, a candidate is needed to complete the 15 months practical training. After the successful completion of the course and the training, the candidate will be awarded an Associate Company Secretaryship (ACS). The Institute of Company Secretaries of India (ICSI), churns out company secretaries (CS). Of the three professions, the statutory powers enjoyed by a CA is much wider in scope.
Certified Management Accountant(CMA)
A certified management accountant or CMA is a professional designation in the accounting and finance world that demonstrates the professional has expertise in strategic business management and financial accounting. This accreditation is similar to the CPA credential, but it focuses more heavily on business and operational management.
What Does CMA Mean?
The Institute of Management Accountants or IMA regulates and grants the CMA credential to candidates that have passed the exam and fulfilled all of the educational and work experience requirements.
The CMA exam is not as difficult as the CPA exam because of the subject matter and they length. It consists of a 100 question multiple-choice section and an essay section. The entire exam lasts 4 hours, where as, the CPA exam consists of 4 separate four hour sections. Even though it’s not as long of an exam as the CPA exam, it is still difficult and shouldn’t be underestimated. Most candidates purchase a CMA prep course to help them learn and review the material before their exam day.