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    Tommorow is CA

    Post  Admin on Mon Jul 27, 2009 4:20 pm

    Why Chartered Accountancy

    Chartered Accountants work for big and small firms that offer fee earning advisory and management services to a variety of clients and businesses in the industrial, commercial and non profit sectors. They audit the accounts of these clients and businesses and can also be involved in specialist areas of financial advice such as tax. Chartered Accountants are also employed in commercial organizations, banks, and the private and public sectors.

    To become a Chartered Accountant you need to be motivated, possess analytical skills, numerical ability, a keen sense of what is going on in the world of business and finance, and personal qualities such as reliability and discretion. You will be required to study business and corporate finance, economics, auditing, taxation, management and information systems.

    Why Choose a Career in Accounting

    Chartered Accountancy is a rewarding career and there are excellent prospects for employment in audit firms as well as in local companies, multi-nationals, and local and foreign banks. The profession has stood the test of time, and career opportunities for Chartered Accountants are unfolding as corporations increasingly realize the importance of professional values, ethics and good governance.

    Highly Rewarding

    Chartered Accountancy is a highly rewarding field. Not only are our ambassadors earning the highest salaries in the market but also high level prestige and respect. Salaries of other professionals generally end where the salaries of Chartered Accountants start. Additionally as auditors you would be expected to offer a number of accounting and audit solutions, implement standards and practice business ethics that fuels your self-respect.

    Top Management

    Unlike yesteryears when Chartered Accountants were considered as backroom clerks with their heads buried in the books of accounts; today our professionals are leading the market as frontline managers. The incorporation of the technical and management skills in both our academic and training curriculum has brought Chartered Accountancy out from behind the stage to the front as CFOS, CEOs, Company Secretaries and Department Heads.

    Mobility

    Chartered Accountancy is marking its own borders. You study here and practice your qualification in any country of the world. Currently 24% of our Chartered Accountants are setting examples of best professional practices in 35 countries of the world. Even switching organizations is frictionless so you may start in the public sector or business and later join any banks, financial institutions or trade.

    Training

    The true essence of the Chartered Accountancy qualification that sets us apart and adds value to our qualification is its well regulated training program; that allows a student to learn and implement his knowledge at the same time.

    Equivalent to M.Com
    The Higher Education Commission has accepted the Chartered Accountancy qualification as equivalent to the degree of Masters in Commerce. So all our candidates with dreams of studying further in specializations may do so on such basis.

    Rapid Growth

    The field of Chartered Accountancy offers rapid growth to its professionals. With the increase in economic activity, the demand for Chartered Accountants is increasing in all market sectors may it be industry, trade, financial institutions or banks; even in sectors like education and social welfare our ambassadors are setting unique practices of integrity and professionalism.

    Business Qualification

    Initially Chartered Accountants were believed to be experts with knowledge of only accountancy and audit but their scope in business has now been changed. The Institute has tailored its syllabus to incorporate a combination of technical and management skills, keeping in view the latest developments in the accounting profession worldwide. Thus our professionals are not just experts in the fields of Accounts and Audit but are also well-aware of the latest business practices in the fields of information technology, law, tax, marketing, human resource management etc.

    Most Economical Qualification

    The Institute offers the lowest admission costs. Not only this, but during Chartered Accountancy students join training and are paid stipend that serves as a decent pocket money so that at the end of the day the student may incur his own expenses.

    Private Practice

    So one fine morning it suddenly dawns upon you that being an employee is not your cup of tea. Well, your route is very simple! You can open your own practice and be your own boss![wow][/wow]
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    Re: Tommorow is CA

    Post  Strange! on Tue Jul 28, 2009 1:07 pm

    GOOD work man
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    Re: Tommorow is CA

    Post  Admin on Tue Jul 28, 2009 4:26 pm

    Strange! wrote:GOOD work man
    Thanks a million Strange! Smile
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    Re: Tommorow is CA

    Post  K.S.H on Wed Jul 29, 2009 9:54 am

    Superb research... But can any1 tell me about ACCA. thanx.

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    Re: Tommorow is CA

    Post  adeel on Thu Aug 20, 2009 7:20 pm

    Your research is so gud can u tell me the lum sum fee of per semester....Very Happy
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    Post  Admin on Fri Aug 21, 2009 7:19 am

    adeel wrote:Your research is so gud can u tell me the lum sum fee of per semester....Very Happy
    Well Adeel! It depends upon the institution (RAET). Tution fees of different institutions are different but as i observed it mostly revolves around 30,000/module. Exam fee of ICAP as under W.e.f July 01, 2009


    REVISED EXAMINATION FEES
    Foundation and Intermediate
    1 Paper 2,050
    2 Papers of same module Module (A) 2,750
    3 Papers of same module Module (C or B) 2,900
    4 Papers of same module Module (D) 3,150

    Final
    1 Paper 3,850
    2 Papers of same module 4,400
    3 Papers of same module 5,250
    4 Papers of same module Module (E & F) 5,900
    1 Paper Dubai Centre US $ 150
    2 Papers of same module - Dubai Centre US $ 170
    3 Papers of same module - Dubai Centre US $ 190
    Full Module - Dubai Centre US $ 210

    Annual Examinee Registration Fee
    Local Rs. 700
    Dubai Centre Rs. 700

    Computer Practical Examination 600

    Diploma in IFRS
    Examinations Fee of Diploma in IFRS (One Paper) 10,000
    Examinations Fee of Diploma in IFRS (Both Papers) 15,000

    Pre-entry Proficiency Test Fee 2,400


    EXEMPTION FEE Revised Rate
    w.e.f 01 July 2009


    Pre-entry Proficiency Test 2200

    Foundation Examination per paper 1800
    Module A 3600
    Module B 5400

    Intermediate Examination per paper 2150
    Module C 6450
    Module D 8600


    Final Examination per paper 3500

    Module E or F per paper 11000
    For PIPFA qualified Candidates 9000
    For ACCA /ICMAP/CIMA qualified candidates 24050

    For ICAEW/ICAI/ICAS/ICAA/CICA qualified candidates 46050



    [i]GOOD LUCK!!
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    Re: Tommorow is CA

    Post  K.S.H on Sun Sep 20, 2009 11:59 pm

    Thats exacly what i was searching for. You provided all under one ROOF. many thanx. I love you
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    lazmi...

    Post  Strange! on Tue Sep 22, 2009 3:25 pm

    mughe koi bataye ca privte ho sakta hai ya phr institute lazmi hai
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    Re: Tommorow is CA

    Post  Admin on Tue Sep 22, 2009 5:59 pm

    Strange! wrote:mughe koi bataye ca privte ho sakta hai ya phr institute lazmi hai

    yeah you can do it private but you must be registered with ICAP. Its same like you do private FA but you register yourself with any board. Cleared?


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