The funny thing is that name of exams keep changing after every 2-4 years but procedure is same. First you have to pass an entrance exam (Currently called CPT), but if you have completed your degree you can directly register for second stage (called IPCC) and after clearing IPCC first group you have to do articleship for 3 years under any practicing chartered accountant. Once articleship is over you can write final exams.
To write exams you have to register with ICAI (Institute of chartered accountants of India).
You have to study hard and learn a lot in your articleship to become a successful chartered accountant.
You have to pass CPT, IPCC and finals. But if you have cleared your degree then CPT is exempted. You can write CPT after clearing 12th or equivalent exams.
After becoming CA, scope is wide. You can either practice or do service. Demand is high for CA in corporates and finance fields.
The highest post you can secure is Director finance or CFO.
Posted 3 years ago by CA Pulkit Sharma
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