Sahil Sharma

I am pursuing CA-ipcc, and CS-executive

10th-65 percentage, 12th-55percentage, tybcom-75percentage. ms-cit 75percentage.

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RE: I am pursuing CA-ipcc, and CS-executive

Dr. Anand Wadadekar, PhD
Dr. Anand Wadadekar, PhD

Hello There! A first look at your query gave me the impression that you are amongst the 'studious' and 'sincere' student community. I congratulate you for progressing in your career stage by stage by getting good and improving percentages from SSC to BCom. In BCom you have managed to score distinction which is the proof that you are good at studies. You also have done MS-CIT computer course and this reflects that you are aware of what is required in the industry today.


I am very happy to see you approach CareerGuide.com for guidance, however from your query it is not clear what you wish to ask us. Based on the given information and the choosen career category of management and business analyst, I will guide you.

I am an Educationist and have been into career counselling for students from commerce / law / management / engineering streams for more than seven years now. I am also into teaching and have written many articles on various topics including career management for reputed newspapers and magazines which are published across India.

I understand that you are doing Chartered Accountancy and Company Secretary course together and you are in the intermediate level of both the courses. Since you are studious student who likes to study, let me tell you that you have the right courses and these courses can be done simultaneously. Chartered Accountancy and Company Secretary qualification in combination is most fantastic and very famous combinations seen in the industry.

If you wish to become a Business Analyst, Chartered Accountancy qualification will suit you the most and not Company Secretary qualification that much. For a Business Analyst, one needs to be very good in analysis, numbers and reporting.

I would suggest that with the combination of ACA and ACS qualification you will get excellent corporate jobs where in you will be involved in finance, accounting, taxation, law, secretarial work. However this will involve completing your both the courses in least number of attempts.

Once a CA and CS, you will keep scaling heights in career without the need to acquire any more qualifications in future.

Best Luck and I am sure you will do it confidently. Regards.

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