Can I complete CA in 2 years?

Asked by: Prof. Sean Willms  |  Last update: May 20, 2022
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If you come from CA foundation route ( after 12th), it will take 6 to 7 years on an average to complete CA for most of the students. Although one can complete it in minimum of 4.5 years which very limited people can do. If you come from direct entry ( after bcom), it will take 4 to 5 years on an average to complete CA.

Can I do CA in 2 years?

The minimum duration to pursue CA after graduation is 3 years as you can directly take IPCC exams after 9 months from registering yourself after which you also need to complete 2.5-3 Years of Articleship to become a Chartered Accountant.

Can I do CA Articleship for 2 years?

On this criteria CA articleship can be reduced to 2 years and those who wants COP may be required 1 more year of post qualification experience in a CA Firm before applying for COP. Simultaneously with the above change CA students should be allowed to appear in the exams after 1.5 years of their articleship.

Can you complete CA in 3 years?

The CA course duration after the 12th is around 5 years.

After clearing any 1 group of the CA Intermediate, applicants are eligible for the articleship training for 3 years. Finally, you'll get a 5 months study period for the CA Final exam preparation, after that you become a Chartered Accountant.

How long does CA take to complete?

Courses & Duration

It takes the 5 years to complete the CA course. By the year 2006, the ICAI has launched the three level of this course. The CPT is the entry-level foundation course involves the quantitative aptitude test, general economics, mercantile laws and accounting. The IPCC has two groups.

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What is the total fees of CA?

The total fees for chartered accountancy are approximately INR 1,90,000. They include the approximate cost of tuition, registration fees, and reference books. However, if you calculate the stipend you will receive during the three years of articleship, you can estimate it as INR 1,75,000.

Is CA a waste of time?

CA would never be a waste as it has got its own Inherent Value & Strength & also certain Exclusive previlages, But Strongly feel that ICAI need to take some very Active steps to Revamp & Think on the Overhaul of the Entire Education System which is Now in CA & also ICAI should take some Proactive steps towards getting ...

Can I study CA at home?

Currently ICAI is also providing live virtual classes at very affordable prices like INR 3750 for whole group. It is advisable to take classes for all the subjects at CA Intermediate level -- once student clear their basics then they can even do self study at CA Final levels.

Can I do CA at home?

Most understudying students have one thing in mind that, they can clear CA without coaching. In fact, with our experience, you can clear the CA exam without having an offline CA teacher in India. The most crucial and significant thing is to dedicate yourself to CA and choose an online mentor sitting just at home.

Can we skip Articleship in CA?

*Yes, you can give CA final without articleship . The articleship is nothing but for any course you do a training period or internships , Articleship is similar to that. *Articleship is a practical training period of 3 years where you apply the skills you learnt and you work on real assignments for employers.

What is salary of CA Articleship?

CA Articleship salary in India ranges between ₹ 0.1 Lakhs to ₹ 21.2 Lakhs with an average annual salary of ₹ 3.0 Lakhs.

How many articles CA can keep?

26 November 2008 A ca having a continuous practice upto 3 years - 1 Article. A ca having a continuous practice more than 3 yeras but upto 5 years - 3 Articles. A ca having a continuous practice more than 5 years but upto 10 years - 7 Articles. A ca having a continuous practice more than years - 10 Articles.

Who is the youngest CA in India?

The Study Strategy of Nishchal Narayanam, The Youngest CA India. Nishchal Narayanam, is a famous name for whosoever altered the history of CA. He made a record of the youngest CA of the country at the age of 19.

What is the age limit for CA?

Candidates must successfully clear their 10th and 12th exams from a recognised educational institute. Also, the minimum marks they need to attain in their 12th standards is 50% aggregate. There is no age restriction to apply for the CA foundation course.

Which degree is best for CA?

Bcom, Mcom - Bcom,in my opinion is a must while doing CA.

Most Bcom colleges do not demand attendance and hence are ideal while pursuing articleship. Mcom can be done in case you wish to go for an abroad MBA, to fulfil the 16 years of education criteria.

Can I do CA online?

Students can enjoy CA online Classes at home and take the classes whenever it is best suitable for them. Many of the students doing a job along with the studies prefer to take the classes at night. For such kind of students, Online classes are the best rather than Live classrooms.

How many subjects are there in CA?

✅ How many subjects are there in CA? Ans. There are 7 Subjects in CA divided into the group of 4 and 3.

How many people pass CA first attempt?

Becoming a CA in India is a promising yet challenging role. Studies reveal that about 45-50 per cent of the applicants clear the ICAI Exam in the first attempt, making this among the most competitive exams to crack.

Is CA a boring job?

General Boredom, Nothing exceptional with Chartered Accountants - Yes, just like any other job or profession - even Chartered Accountants do feel bored, but there is nothing "exceptionally" boring about this. The boredom is just like other professions and can happen to anybody.

Is CA losing value?

Chartered accountancy is a course that is highly valued and respected in society. However, we have seen a constant decline in the number of enrollments which is done for the CA curriculum over the past 10 years.

What are the disadvantages of CA?

CA Job Disadvantages
  • No Authority: If you chose employment under CA, you don't get authority of signing power/attesting.
  • Under-Utilization: You are limited to a particular field or subject area, which dissolves your hard work over complete studies done in your professional course.

How many CA exams are there?

The course of Chartered Accountancy is considered complete when candidates qualify all three exams of the programme. These exams include: Common Proficiency Test (CPT) Integrated Professional Competence Course (IPCC)

How many sub are there in CA?

CA course in India consists of three levels: CA Foundation. CA IPCC. CA Final.

Is CA is hard or easy?

The exam is not very hard. It can be attempted by students who have completed 12th standard, graduates and professionals. The syllabus and examination are modelled in a way that even students can crack them. But, still, it is considered as one of the hardest tests to crack in India.