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    Details about ICWA after MBA?

    hello sir... this is sairam i have completed my MBA. i want to study ICWA pls tell me full details about that program like duration and fee structure etc...

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    Re: Details about ICWA after MBA?

    ICWA is now known as Cost and Management Accounting Course.

    Cost and works accountant (CWA) is a offered by the Institute of Cost and Works Accountants of India (ICWAI).

    ICWAI course is divided in to 3 parts such as :- Foundation,Intermediate,Final.

    12th passed student apply for Foundation level but as you are MBA ,you can apply directly into Intermediate level which is Second level of the course.

    You can register online or offline.

    ICWAI exam is conducted twice every year in June and second time in December.

    For june exam you need to apply before December 5th and for December exam you need to apply before June 5th.

    Intermediate course:Subjects

    This is a theoritical exam consisting of 6 subjects arranged in to 2 modules of 3 papers each of 100 marks

    Group I
    Financial Accounting
    Commercial & Industrial Laws and Auditing
    Applied Direct Taxation

    Group II
    Cost & management Accounting
    Operation Management and Information System
    Applied Indirect Taxes




    For more info visit official website

    http://www.icwai.org/icwai/academic-admission.asp

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    Re: Details about ICWA after MBA?

    Hello dear

    Foundation Course: Intermediate Course:
    Eligibility for Admission:
    a) 17 years of age; and
    (b) Passed Senior Secondary Examination under 10+2 scheme of a recognized Board
    Incumbents waiting for the result can apply for provisional admission
    Eligibility for Admission:
    (a) is not less than 18 years of age; and
    (b) has passed degree Examination of any recognised University or equivalent
    Incumbents waiting for the result can apply for provisional admission
    Fees
    Cost of Prospectus - Rs. 200/-
    Fees
    Cost of Prospectus - Rs. 200/-
    Documents to be enclosed with application form:
    1. Bank Draft ( as mentioned above)
    2. Attested Copy of Matriculation Certificate
    3. Attested copy of 10+2 Certificate or Marks Statement
    4. Three photographs attested and pasted on the form
    (Attestation should be by any member of ICWAI /ICAI/ /ICSI/Parliament/Stage Legislative Assembly or a Gazetted Officer or a Principal of a college)
    Documents to be enclosed with application form:
    1. Bank Draft ( as mentioned above)
    2. Attested Copy of Matriculation Certificate
    3. Attested copy of 10+2 Certificate or Marks Statement
    4. Attested copy of the degree
    5. Three photographs attested and pasted on the form
    (Attestation should be by any member of ICWAI /ICAI/ /ICSI/Parliament/Stage Legislative Assembly or a Gazetted Officer or a Principal of a college)

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    Re: Details about ICWA after MBA?

    • Cost and work accountant (CWA) course is an professional course which is organised by the Institute of cost accountant of India (ICoAI).
    • This course has three stages which are foundation course, intermediate course and final course.
    • For the foundation course, you need to have completed the class 12th in any stream from an recognised board.
    • However since you have completed the graduation, then you are directly eligibile for intermediate course and exempted from foundation.
    • You also need to undergo a training for three years period.
    • Fee structure

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