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New stipend rate for CA students

Good news for CA students.. Finally ICAI has opened its eyes towards lower stipend received by CA students. On 10th september, 2014, ICAI has proposed to increase the stipend of CA students. This is the new table in regulation no. 48 of the chartered accountant regulations, 1988.   Place of service of articled assistant During 1st year of training During 2nd year of training During remaining period of training Cities having population of 20 lacks or more Rs. 2000 Rs. 2500 Rs. 3000 Cities having population of 4 lacks and above but less than 20 lacks Rs. 1500 Rs. 2000 Rs. 2500 Cities having population of less than 4 lacks Rs. 1000 Rs. 1500 Rs. 2000 Explanation: No stipend will be payable for excess leave. For the purpose of population, population figure should be taken from the last published census report of india. If student has worked from more than one principal CA, he can add period of previous CA for calculating stipend limit....

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How to become a chartered accountant

CA is profession of dignity, honor and accuracy. Before 6 years I had also the dream to become CA and before 1.5 year I have achieved the dream. ┬áIf you have also dream to become a CA, you should have some knowledge about the scheme of study, training and syllabus of CA. Else you will waste your 1 to 2 years finding the real path for becoming CA or thinking that should I join CA or not? Is it really hard? Will I pass etc? There are two ways for joining the course: CPT route or Direct entry route [sociallocker id=”442″]CPT route Enroll with institute for CPC exam after 10th exam or 12th exam. After passing 12th exam, You can give the examination of CPC after 60 days from enrollment of CPC to 1st day of the month in which the examination will be held. In short if you want to give exam in December month, you have to enroll before 1st October for CPT and if you want to give exam in June month, you have to enroll before 1st April. CPC syllabus One paper : two sessions : 4 hours timing: objective questions session 1: Fundamental of Accounting-60 Marks Mercantile laws- 40 marks Session 2: General economics – 50 Marks Quantitative aptitude-50 Marks   Course fees : Rs. 6000 Passing criteria : Minimum 30% marks in each...

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