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    IPCC or CPT after MBA & B.Com.?

    Respected sir,
    i have completed my B.com with 84% and joined the regular MBA programme. i wish to join CA course. so can i join IPCC directly or i have to appear for CPT? and in both conditions when will be my first attempt? kindly reply me on my mail id. thank you.

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    anky6656 is offline Junior Member anky6656 is on a distinguished road
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    Re: IPCC or CPT after MBA & B.Com.?

    Hello Friend ,

    Chartered Accountancy (CA) Course is very god and challanging nowadays .
    In CA course before it was compulsory to write CPT even if the candidate has completed his Bcom.
    Now the rules have been changed , a candidate who has done with his MBA can directly appear for CA IPCC exam for sure.
    Your first attempt will be after registering for IPCC which will be in either November or next May, as you will need time to prepare ,
    For more details just log on to www.icai.org

    Good Luck

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    Re: IPCC or CPT after MBA & B.Com.?

    Dear..

    First of all let me congratulate for getting such a good marks in your Bachelor degree. I have given a detailed answer to your question and the answer is as follows :-

    First of all let me tell you that CA stands for Chartered accountant course which is more popular among students as well as among the corporate. CA's are very much in demand and in future this demand will increase to a greater extent. ICAI Delhi is the responsible entity to conduct examination for CA candidates. It works under govt. of India.

    There are three major level of CA :-

    CPT
    IPCC
    CA

    CPT is for 12th class pass candidate in which a candidate has to give the exam of two hours of duration and after that once he clear that exam he will go to the IPCC level which is the second level of the CA Course. Exam is conducted twice in a year

    IPCC :- This is the second level and all the candidate who are declared passed in CPT can go for this level. YOU SAID THAT YOU ARE IN MBA THAT MEANS YOU HAVE DONE YOUR GRADUATION AND HENCE YOU ARE DIRECTLY ELIGIBLE FOR THE IPCC LEVEL. Exam is conducted twice in a year, Once in June and the second one is in December.

    Finals :- All IPCC candidate has to go for a training of 1.5 years and after that they will be able to go for the Final exam. It is also conducted twice in a year.

    Hope it will help

    Cheers...!!!

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    Re: IPCC or CPT after MBA & B.Com.?

    After graduation ,you can apply for IIPC directly.

    Start/Register for CPT after 10th


    CPT Common Proficiency Test
    [4 subjects arranged into 2 sessions of 2 hours and 100 marks each.]

    Appear for CPT after writing 12th Exams


    Register for PCC after passing both CPT & 10 + 2


    PCC Professional Competency Course
    [12 subjects arranged into 2 groups 3 papers each]

    Practical Training
    [As an Articled for 3 Years
    or
    As an Audit Clerk for 56 months]

    ITT
    Information Technology Training
    A course of 100 hour duration to be
    completed before being eligible
    to appear for the PCE



    Appear for PCE after completing 15 months of Training and ITT


    PCE Professional Competency Examination

    Appear for Final
    [After Passing PCE and
    Completing Practical Training]

    GMC
    General Management
    & Communciation Skills Course
    Undergo this course simultaneously



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