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How difficult is it to become a Chartered Accountant?

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RE: How difficult is it to become a Chartered Accountant?

Prathamesh Kapote
Prathamesh Kapote
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Founder And Director At Canvas Career
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Hello Priya,

Welcome to Career Guide.com

Thanks for visiting us and writing us your career query.

Good to hear from you back again. Well Priya let me tell you that an Engineering and Chartered Accountant are very different fields they dont have any kind of relation with each other.

Chartered accountant is a field that completely deals with the commerce i.e handling ,maintaining the accounts and preparing the balance sheets of the banks,companies and various other organisations and also of the individuals.

Becoming a Chartered Accountant is not an easy task its really very hard. One needs to be very focused and dedicated towards CA course. Need to study very hard for the CA course for long hours. If you see the percent of the students passing and successfully completing the CA course is very low every year. The percentage of passing the CA course is only 3-4 % every year from all over India. One who aspires to be a CA needs to be very particular with regards to the study of CA and should be very particular with regards to the answers while writing the papers.

After completing 12th one can register with ICAI institute and needs to give a CPT exam.
AFTER CPT exam one becomes eligible to give IPCC Group I and II exams. Along with the IPCC group one also needs to compulsorily undergo for 3 years Internship and 100 hours of IT training. After completing all this one can get for CA final GROUP I & II. On successful completion of CA final one gets an authority to practise as an CA.

I hope you find this information relevant and helpful and useful to your career query.

Feel free to get in touch again.

Thank You

Wish you Good Luck

Warm Regards,
Prathamesh Kapote.

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