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How to master CA??

Chartered Accountancy (CA) is a professional course in accounting that equips you to deal with areas of Accountancy, Auditing, Cost Consultancy, Taxation, Legal Matters and Management Consultancy. The Course involves a blend of theoretical education and practical training which run concurrently for a period of three years and equips a student with knowledge, ability, skills and other qualities required for a professional accountant.

Students who have passed/appeared in final year of +2 examinations from any stream can join
Chartered Accountancy starting from CAP-I/ Foundation under CAN and ICAl respectively.

There is no provision of entrance test to get registration in CA course. +2 exam appeared students from any stream securing minimum pass marks can join CA.

Any university in the world does not impact CA education. For CA education, every country has its autonomous body established under the Act of parliament, like ICAN and ICAl in Nepal and India respectively. Students have to get registered with the Board and may take private coaching classes.

ICAN stands for The Institute of Chartered Accountants of Nepal, an autonomous body established under Chartered Accountants Act 1997, enacted by parliament of Nepal to regulate CA profession in Nepal.

ICAl stands for the Institute of Chartered accountants of India, an autonomous established under Chartered Accountants Act 1949, enacted by parliament of India to regulate CA profession in India.

It depends on the personal interest and scope of career opportunities. Students are advised to join ICAN who wish to complete CA studies in their country and grab the opportunities, whereas students who choose ICAI board are best recommended to pursue their final level studies in India for more exposures, However, Foundation and Intermediate can be studied in Nepal.

Yes, the students waiting for results can join Chartered Accountancy. They can get provisional
registration and have to forward the proof of passing +2 to the Board (ICAN or ICAl) within the
prescribed period.

Registration is open throughout the year to eligible students. However as the examinations are held in June and December under ICAN and May & November for Foundation, Intermediate & Final level under ICAl.

Under ICAN Registration remains valid up to 5 years from the date of registration in Foundation and Intermediate level. There is no time deadline to complete Final level. Under ICAl Foundation registration remains valid for 3 years. Students can do revalidation before the expiry of initial registration or further 3 years (up to any number of times) by paying only IRs 400. Intermediate registration remains valid for 4 years. Students can do revalidation in every four years before expiry of the registration by paying IRs 400. There is no time deadline to complete Final level.

Yes, collegé topper students can get additional scholarship on tuition fees on submission of
recommendation letter issued by the concerned +2 colleges.

AOC conducts internal class tests very frequently. Normally, three types of tests are conducted. Firstly, Weekly tests are held on weekly basis after the completion of every chapter. Secondary, monthly internal tests are held at least 2 times for each batches. Thirdly, Mock test is conducted in the real examination environment and top three students in each test will be awarded scholarship.

Apart from regular classes and activities, AC provides other facilities to students as follows:

 Extra classes of Account and Economics to non-commerce students.
 Revisionary classes and exam tips to the students before board examination.
 Assistance for hostels in Kathmandu and India
 Assistance for IT Training and Orientation program in India to intermediate students
 Support in Article ship placement
 Career counseling and motivational classes from the experts time to time.

A student is required to undergo about 3 years of practical training known as articleship. The
Chartered Accountancy course thus, involves a unique blend of compulsory theoretical education and practical training, which runs concurrently for a period of 3 years. Theoretical knowledge is integrated and reinforced with practical training. The practical training of 3 years should be done after the completion of CAP-I/Intermediate under ICAN/ICAl.

At the saying says, "Nothing is possible for those, who do nothing' Chartered Accountancy education
requires in depth dedication and regular labour with genuine effort for the successful completion of
the course.

Under ICAN, the examination centre will be inside the Kathmandu valley as directed by ICAN.
However the examination under ICAl will be as per the provision of Board.

Chartered Accountants occupy the prominent role of higher-level executives in our economy and society. Members of this profession play a dominant role in:
 Audit firms
 Tax consultants
 Various private commercial organizations
 Academic institutions
 Banks and financial services organizations
 Set up own CA firm
 Management and financial consulting organizations
 Government departments and regulatory agencies

No, there is no provision for transfer between ICAN and ICAl

Yes, students can pursue graduation/post-graduation course of concerned universities along with the CA course. For details please contact us.

2 copies of the following documents are to be enclosed along with the admission form:
a) SLC - Mark Sheet and Character Certificate
b) 10+2 - Transcript and Character Certificate
and Grade XI Mark Sheet & Grade XII Admit Card (Compulsory for ICAN Board)
c) Citizenship Certificate
d) PP size Photograph-4 nos.

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