Rohini Katwe

How can I register for CPT after passing 10th? I want to become a professional chartered accountant

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RE: How can I register for CPT after passing 10th? I want to become a professional chartered accountant

Prathamesh Kapote
Prathamesh Kapote
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Hello Rohini,

A warm welcome to Career Guide.com

Thanks for visiting us and writing us your career query.

I am glad to see you approaching Careerguide.com for the your career query. Early planning of career always help to plan the things and accordingly one can take the necessary steps to achieve the goal. Planning of career is very much necessary to get a great success in the future life.

Chartered Accountant is an great career option for the Commerce Students who wish to make their career in the field of ccommerce for them CA is always a good career option. CA is one of the top most preferred career option among the students. CA is considered as one pf the respectable career. It have a great career opportunities.

CA is a person who deals with the Accounts and Taxation part. Their main work is to do the Auditing of the book of accounts.

In order to make a career and become a certified CA you need to follow the following steps-

1. Register yourself with ICAI Institute,You can register at the ICAI chapter nearby to you.While take an admission for 11th and 12th in commerce.

2.After registering with the ICAI you need to prepare for the CPT exam. CPT exam can be given only after 12th completion or who have appeared 12th. CPT is a qualifying exam.

3.After clearing CPT exam you get eliibile for the IPCC Group I and II exams. While with IPCC Group you need to undergo an article ship for 3 years along with the 100 Hours ITT training.

4. After IPCC you get eligible for the CA Final Group I and II.

Once you clear CA Final Group you become an certified CA from the ICAI Instiute and can start your practice as CA.

I hope you find this information useful and helpful.

Feel free to get in touch again for any further career queries.

Wish you Good Luck.

Thank You

Warm Regards,
Prathamesh Kapote

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