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CA Syllabus & Qualification
The Chartered Accountancy qualification comprises 20 papers distributed over three levels:
Level 1: CA FOUNDATION – 4 papers
This is the first level of the Chartered Accountancy course which can be done after completing 12 studies.
Level 2: CA INTERMEDIATE – 8 papers (2 Groups of 4 papers each)
This is the second level of the course which can be done post clearing the CA Foundation level. If the CA course is taken up after graduation, you can directly start with this level.
Upon clearing either or both groups of this level, the student has to undergo an Articleship/Practical Training for three years, i.e. work experience in the chosen field.
Level 3: CA FINAL – 8 papers (2 Groups of 4 papers each)
This is the Final level of the course. On completion of this level, along with completion of Articleship under the relevant conditions, one can be qualified to become a CA member.
This is the starting point of CA qualification; upon clearing the following four papers of this level, one can proceed to CA Intermediate level.
Paper 1 – Principles and Practice of Accounting
Paper 2A – Business Laws
Paper 2B – Business Correspondence and Reporting
Paper 3 – Business Mathematics and Logical Reasoning & Statistics
Paper 4 I – Business Economics
Paper 4 II – Business and Commercial Knowledge
You are expected to develop a working knowledge of core and allied subjects to the accountancy profession.
Paper 1 – Accounting
Paper 2 – Part I: Company Law
Paper 2 – Part II: Other Laws
Paper 3 – Cost and Management Accounting
Paper 4A – Income Tax Law
Paper 4B – Indirect Tax
Paper 5 – Advanced Accounting
Paper 6 – Auditing and Assurance
Paper 7A – Enterprise Information Systems
Paper 7B – Strategic Management
Paper 8A – Financial Management
Paper 8B – Economics for Finance
You are expected to develop an advanced application knowledge of core and allied subjects to the accountancy profession.
Paper 1 – Financial Reporting
Paper 2 – Strategic Financial Management
Paper 3 – Advanced Auditing and Professional Ethics
Paper 4 – Corporate and Economic Laws
Part I – Corporate Laws
Part II – Economic Laws
Paper 5 – Strategic Cost Management and Performance Evaluation
Paper 7 – Direct Tax Laws & International Taxation
Part I – Direct Tax Laws
Part II – International Taxation
Paper 8 – Indirect Tax Laws
Part I – Goods and Service Tax
Part II – Customs & FTP
One can choose any paper based on the subject area expertise one wants to develop for the future.
Paper 6A – Risk Management
Paper 6B – Financial Services and Capital Market
Paper 6C – International Tax
Paper 6D – Economic Laws
Paper 6E – Global Financial Reporting Standards
Paper 6F – Multi-Disciplinary Case Study
The entire course is a pen-paper-based examination.
Paper 1 & 2 – These papers consist of subjective-type questions with no negative marking.
Paper 3 & 4 – These papers consist of objective-type questions (Multiple choice questions(MCQs)), with negative marking for 1/4 marks for every wrong answer.
One can appear for the examination either group-wise or both the groups together.
Same as CA intermediate level, one can appear for the examination either group-wise or both the groups together.
Paper 6 – This is an Open book-based assessment of the subject.
Medium of Exam
One can appear for these examinations either in English/ Hindi language.
CA Foundation – Paper 2 is only given in the English language.
Paper 1 & 2 : 3 hours
Paper 3 & 4 : 2 hours
Paper 1 – 8 : 3 hours
Paper 1-5, 7 & 8 : 3 hours
Paper 6: 4 hours
A score of 40% is required for each paper & 55% is required in aggregate, in all four papers.
To clear a group, a score of 40% is required in each paper & 50% is required in aggregate, in all four papers of the Group.
To clear a group, a score of 40% is required in each paper & 50% is required in aggregate, in all four papers of a Group.
Exams for all the course levels are conducted twice a year, in May and November, respectively.
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