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    What is the procedure to join ICWA course after completing MBA and B.Com?

    r/s,
    i wanted to what is the procedure in icwa after passed bcom and mba



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    Re: What is the procedure to join ICWA course after completing MBA and B.Com?

    Hi,

    To get admission in ICWAI programme candidate first decide on which level he can apply as per his qualification or eligibility criteria. check out the levels in ICWAI level and eligibility criteria below:-

    1. Foundation level:- To get admission in ICWAI foundation level programme a candidate has 10+2 certification in any manner. A commerce backgrounder candidate have fee relaxation where students who comes from any other stream has to pay more than commerce students.

    2. Intermediate Level:- A candidate who want to get admission in Intermediate level direct has to have a bachelor degree in any manner.

    3. Third level is final level course no one can get admission directly in that module of programme.

    To get admission in MBA programme a candidate need to buy Application form from the ICWAI center and submit it with all the necessary documents and photograph with Fees.

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    Re: What is the procedure to join ICWA course after completing MBA and B.Com?

    The CWA ICWA course at the Foundation level (ICWAI: Foundation Examination) consists of only theoretical examinations. There are 6 subjects to be studied arranged into 4 papers of 100 marks each.To pass a student has to obtain a minimum of 40% in each paper and an aggregate of 50% in all the papers together, failing which the student has to reappear in all the papers again.


    A student has to get through these to be eligible to go for the next level i.e. INTERMEDIATE.


    Subjects


    Each paper 3 hours-100 Marks


    Paper 1:
    Organisation and Management Fundamentals [100 marks]
    Section I: Organisation (30 Marks)
    Section II: Management (70 Marks)
    Paper 2:
    Financial Accounting Fundamentals [100 marks]
    Paper 3:
    Economics and Business Fundamentals [100 marks]
    Section I: Economics (50 Marks)
    Section II: Business Fundamentals (50 Marks)
    Paper 4:
    Basic Mathematics and Statistics Fundamentals [100 marks]
    Arithmetic (15 Marks)
    Algebra (25 Marks)
    Mensuration (30 Marks)
    Elementary Statistics (30 Marks)

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    Re: What is the procedure to join ICWA course after completing MBA and B.Com?

    HI,

    Procedure to get admission in after MBA or may B.com to join ICWAI a candidate should have to follow the same criteria because there are just three level in ICWAI which is:-
    • Foundation Level
    • Intermediate Level
    • Final Level
    And you can get admission in Inter level after your graduation as well as your Masters. Final Level is mendatory for all and there is no admission in final level direct.
    To get admission in ICWAI in Inter level Test you have to visit ICWAI center near you and require to buy a application form or Prospectus which is in rs. 200 only.
    Filled that and submit with all the necessary documents which is

    10th & 12th Certificate and Mark sheet.
    Any Bachelor Degree completion proof.

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    Re: What is the procedure to join ICWA course after completing MBA and B.Com?

    After MBA Finance any subjects exemption

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    Re: What is the procedure to join ICWA course after completing MBA and B.Com?

    After MBA Finance aye subjects Exemption

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    Re: What is the procedure to join ICWA course after completing MBA and B.Com?

    The CWA ICWA course at the Foundation level (ICWAI: Foundation Examination) consists of only theoretical examinations. There are 6 subjects to be studied arranged into 4 papers of 100 marks each.To pass a student has to obtain a minimum of 40% in each paper and an aggregate of 50% in all the papers together, failing which the student has to reappear in all the papers again.
    Paper 1:
    Organisation and Management Fundamentals [100 marks]
    Section I: Organisation (30 Marks)
    Section II: Management (70 Marks)
    Paper 2:
    Financial Accounting Fundamentals [100 marks]
    Paper 3:
    Economics and Business Fundamentals [100 marks]
    Section I: Economics (50 Marks)
    Section II: Business Fundamentals (50 Marks)
    Arithmetic (15 Marks)
    Algebra (25 Marks)
    Mensuration (30 Marks)
    Elementary Statistics (30 Marks)



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    Re: What is the procedure to join ICWA course after completing MBA and B.Com?

    wat's fee structure for whole icwa from intermediat to final.

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    Re: What is the procedure to join ICWA course after completing MBA and B.Com?

    • On the basis of your graduation/master degree you will get direct entrance into the intermediate stage of cost and work accountant i.e CWA course.
    • You must have to purchase the Application form with the prospectus from nearest Icwai centre or you can download the same online from Icwai.org
    • With the application form, you need to send the Bank Draft, Attested copy of class 10th and class 12th, Three photographs attested and pasted on the form.
    • The fees for registering this course is RS.7,000.

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