Chartered Accountant (CA)
Every successful business is a group of chartered accountants (CA), who are trained to maximize gains and minimize losses while remaining in the rules of the law and following all industry-specific rules. The role of a chartered accountant can cover numerous activities, depending on the size and type of organization they work for. The responsibilities of a CA involves preparing documents and financial reports, reviewing potential financial risks, maintaining records of investments as well as providing expert opinions with respect to the fiscal decisions of the firm. They show a strategic role by providing expert advice, directing to maximize profitability on behalf of their employer or client.
Academic Entry Requirement
- Grade 12 –Clear Class XII in Commerce Stream.
- Graduation –Pursue Bachelors of Commerce in any financial field or Pursue Bachelors of Commerce (full time) and continue with CA.
- After Graduation –Pursue Masters in Commerce or Masters in Business Management and continue with CA.
- Chartered Accountant (CA)
- Masters Degrees (Chartered Accountant)
- CPT (Common Proficiency Test)
- IPCC (Integrated Professional Competence Course)
- FC (Final Course)
Who can hire?
Auditing Firms, Banks,Mutual Funds, Finance Companies, Stock Broking Firms, Portfolio Management Companies,Legal house, Investment Houses, Legal firms, Copyright Registers, Patent Firms, Attorneys, Trade Mark.
Thedesignation of Chartered Accountant is a highly respectable one, especially if you have cracked it all in the first attempt.CAs can start their own practice after collecting some experience or choose to work with other reputed Chartered Accountant’s companies. Nearly every huge organisation has a Finance or Accounts department and it’s up to you to choose where to apply.