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Sahil there are two ways of entry in railways.You can enter through gazetted and non gazetted. As you are currently in 12th you are eligible for non gazetted posts. The exam is taken by Railway recruitment board once in a year and the notification come in leading newspapers. In case of gazet you need to appear for UPSC exam( Indian Railway traffic service, Accounts, personnel service, security service e.t.c ) and get recruited in Railways. To appear in UPSC exam you need to be graduate. I will suggest you to complete your graduation then you will be eligible for lot of government exams like- P0, Civil services and even high studies.After graduation you will get better jobs and career opportunities.Feel free to ask further question....
Hi Jatin,

I would suggest you to go for a internationally recognized courses such as CFA or CMT. Some details on the courses below:
1) CFA: will help you pursue a career in fundamental analysis in stock markets
2) CMT: will help you pursue a career in technical analysis.

These courses are well recognized in industry and will help you in long term in your career.

all the best.
Amit...
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Complete your 12th properly Take up commerce after 10nth( you can take other stream too). Don't get involved in unnecessary course . If you are interested in management you can do it after graduation. There are lot of good colleges and courses available . So complete your 12th just like other students are doing . By doing course in financial market management you are just wasting time and money and you will also not getting any help in CA .

I will suggest you to visit this link for detailed and updated information regarding CA. http://indiapoint.net/finance/2010/06/15/ca-articleship-latest-changes/

After 10nth you can register for common proficiency test (CPT)but can appear in exam after completing 12th. graduates are exempted from CPT test.There are no restrictions with regard to the age of the candidate or marks secured in Senior Secondary Examination.Commerce graduates with 50% marks, non-commerce graduates with subjects other than Mathematics with an aggregate of 55% marks and non-commerce graduates with Maths with an aggregate of 60% marks are exempted from the Common Proficiency Test (CPT) and are permitted to register for Integrated Professional Competence Course (IPCC).

Candidates who have passed the Final Examination conducted by the Institute of Cost & Works Accountants of India (ICWAI) or the Institute of Company Secretaries of India (ICSI) can register for Professional Competency CourseAfter passing Integrated Professional Competence Course, the candidates can register as Articled clerks for practical training and for admission to the Final course of the Chartered Accountant. Every graduate above18 years of age is eligible to register as an articled clerk/ Audit Clerks for Chartered Accountancy. Computer Training Programme is compulsory for the candidates who wish to register themselves as auditor clerk. They should under go 100 hours training in Information Technology along with IPCC....
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