Dear Swati, Thanks for writing to us your query! Very good question. Well, future course after CA depends on you career goal. You can work as an independent consultant or full time employee with consultancy firm or corporates or in academia. Also, you need to determine area of work: accounting, taxation, costing, and corporate law Based on your interest, you can do Cost Management Accountant (CMA), Certified Information System Auditor (CISA), Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA), IFRS, MBA and also do PhD without doing any masters course.  If you are interested in academics or research, you

M.Com should be on last priority. The best option would be to continue with EY, and prepare for CAT simultaneously. The work ex will help you in getting admissions abroad, if you do not crack CAT. The work exposure should help you in gliding smoothly through the group discussions and interviews. You have a better idea of what is expected.

Hi, Arun I guess you are referring to CFP, which is the Certified Financial Planner course. This opens up opportunities in Wealth Management and Private Banking sector. The starting salary may be in the range of Rs.4 lacs to Rs. 8 lacs p.a., depending on the insititute from where you are pursuing PGDBM.

Hello dear student...To know more about the CFA Chartered financial Analyst, I would like to explain you in detail.CFA degree in US is awarded by the CFA institute and to attain this a candidate has to clear three levels of exams popularly known as level I, level II, level III.The degree awarded by the institute is one of the toughest degrees, in which only 38% of the students who appear for the exam mange to clear level I, 39% manage to clear level II and only 46 % able to clear level III approximately , it may vary.ELIGIBILITY : To be able to enroll for this degree a candidate should possess

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Dear Friend,Greeting of the day!!!As you Know that any degree which we do have a relevance for a specific field of specialization. Lets talk and discuss about the question which you have raised. Lets talk aboiut CA and CFACA is a well known and acceptable degree of education in India, lot of CA are running a successful practice of their own and many are working at middle and senior level. CA deals with specialization on subjects like Accounting, Taxation, Law, Costing, Finance etc. CA has been one of the most successful career option for commerce student. The only limitation with CA is th

I have completely studied myself...and  Really confused about it... Maths I liked it...only arithmetic and money matters... Biology is always upto mark and has extra knowledge of that...even worked as pathological labs...with gynecologist... Physics and chemistry I just hate them ... Language(English) favorite to study ... And I love writing poems and thesis... But I don't wann

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Dear Aspirant, You have a strong background of Accounting/Taxation/Audit for seven years in a manufacturing industry. I feel, doing CFA will NOT be relevant to you if you are not looking to change the sector and domain. If you are thinking to go to investment banking, financial analysis domain jobs, then CFA would help you. If not, then I would suggest you to do MBA Finance from a good Institute on part time basis. Since you have seven years of work experience, you are eligible for part time / executive MBA. Avoid going to distance learning MBA at first. Doing MBA Finance would help

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Dear Aspirant, CFA and MBA both are hectic courses if done seriously and sincerely. Do not burden yourself with studies and look for getting degrees. CFA is a strong technical qualification and CFAs earn much more than MBAs. Doing MBA should only be a topping later in the career and not immediately. Best wishes

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Dear Aspirant, I am sure that Ms. Meghna must have guided you  appropriately. Just to add my view, I would suggest that do not get over qualified at a fresher level. Also CFA and MBA both are hectic courses if done seriously and sincerely. Do not burden yourself with studies and look for getting degrees. In CFA and MBA, I would also suggest that you should focus on CFA and complete it as early as possible. After getting a job on the basis of CFA, you can think of MBA after may be five years and not before that. CFA is a strong technical qualification and CFAs earn much more than MBAs. Doi

2 answers Dr. Anand Wadadekar, PhD in Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) category

Dear Aspirant, It appears that you wish to know about the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) degree offered by CFA Institute USA. CFA course is also offered by ICFAI University, however the real CFA License is issued by CFA Institute USA. www.cfainstitute.org is the genuine website on which you can get information. CFA as a course and as a profession is highly respected, challenging and highly paying in the industry. CFAs are required in Analytics, Banking, Insurance, Investment Banking, etc. CFA has three levels to pass just like CA or CS or CMA. There are authorised training centres for

1 answer Dr. Anand Wadadekar, PhD in Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) category

Dear Aspirant, Kindly clarify first what education level you are currently in? If you share this, it would be very best for me to guide you appropriately.  There are plenty of careers which can be chosen, however the single most point important here for you should be whether you are suited to that particular career or not. Not everybody can do any career. Also there is not direct answer to your question about choosing a career. It is important for you to know what qualities you have in you which can be converted into career.  Kindly do not choose a career randomly. Take the Idea

1 answer Dr. Anand Wadadekar, PhD in Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) category

Dear Aspirant, Absolutely NO prospects. You will get a job based on CFA and not both. I think you are very much misinformed about careers and courses. Thank you for approaching us here with your concern and I ma happy that I can remove the myth from your mind. Engineering is a scientific and technical field where as CFA is a finance analysis field. Both are different from each other. As many engineers do these days, that after completing engineering they jump and select any other field apart from engineering. If you are one of them, then its fine. However hope you have decided that CFA is a ca

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