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Chartered Accountancy Course (CA)

Course summary:

The CA course offered by Lakshya is the flagship course of the institution and has always produced rank holders who are pioneers in their field.  Our course is crafted with the utmost care to provide well-researched study materials and exhaustive practice sessions that enable students to be well prepared for the examinations. Chartered accountants are those professionals who are qualified to take on specific activities within the spectrum of accountancy such as auditing financial statements, filing tax returns and financial advising. The professional body that governs this group of accounting professionals is the ICAI (Institute of Chartered Accountants of India)  under the Act of parliament.

Chartered Accountancy the course is subdivided into three the CA Foundation, CA Intermediate and CA Final.

Each aspirant should initially register with the ICAI in order to appear for the entrance exam which is the CA foundation.


CA Foundation

Foundation course examination is the entry level exam for the Chartered Accountancy course conducted by ICAI. Students who have registered for the course are required to complete a 4 month study period from the state of registration in order to be eligible to appear for the exam.  Any graduate or post graduate is exempted from the CA foundation exam. Commerce graduates with 55% and other graduates with 60% marks can directly appear for the CA Intermediate exam. The CA foundation exam consists of 4 papers:

  • Paper 1 - Principles and Practice of Accounting
  • Paper 2 - Business Laws and Business Correspondence and Reporting
  • Paper 3 - Business Mathematics and Logical Reasoning and Statistics
  • Paper 4 - Business Economics and Business and Commercial Knowledge 

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CA Intermediate 

Also referred to as CA Inter is the second level of examination for students pursuing chartered accountancy. The exams are conducted twice a year (May, November).  Students have to complete an 8 month study period in order to appear for the examination. They are also required to complete 100 hours of ITT training before the commencement of their articleship. The CA intermediate Exam contains the following subjects:

Group - I

  • Paper 1 - Accounting (100 marks)
  • Paper 2 - Corporate laws and other laws (100 marks)
    • Part I - Corporate laws (60 marks)
    • Part  - Other Laws (40 marks)
  • Paper 3 - Cost and Management Accounting (100 marks)
  • Paper 4 - Taxation (100 marks)
    • Paper 4A -Direct Tax Laws (60 marks)
    • Paper II - Indirect tax laws (40 marks)

Group II

  • Paper 5 - Advanced Accounting (100 marks)
  • Paper 6 - Auditing and Assurance (100 marks)
  • Paper 7 - Enterprise Information System & Strategic Management (100 marks)
    • Section A: Enterprise Information Systems (50 marks)
    • Section B: Strategic management (50 marks)
  • Paper 8 - Financial Management & Economics for Finance (100 Marks)
    • Section A -  Financial Management
    • Section B - Economics for Finance

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CA Final

CA final course is the last level of the ICAI course in order to become a Chartered Accountant in India. Those who have cleared the CA inter exams are eligible to appear for this examination. CA final course students have to complete three years of practical training, they will be appearing for the exams during the last six months of this training period. Students are also required to four weeks of Advanced Integrated Course on Information Technology (AICITSS). The CA final paper consists of the following subjects:

Group I

  • Paper 1 - Financial reporting (100 marks)
  • Paper 2 - Strategic Financial Management (100 marks)
  • Paper 3 - Advanced Auditing and Professional Ethics (100 marks)
  • Paper 4 - Corporate and Allied Laws (100 marks)
    • Section A - Company Laws (70 marks)
    • Section B - Allied Laws (30 marks)

Group II

  • Paper 5 - Advanced Management Accounting (100 marks)
  • Paper 6 - Information System Control and Audit (100 marks)
  • Paper 7 - Direct Tax Laws (100 marks)
  • Paper 8 - Indirect Tax Laws (100 marks)
    • Section A - Central Excise (40 marks)
    • Section B - Service Tax and VAT (40 marks)
    • Section C - Customs (20 marks)

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