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CA is itself a very good career option which opens lots of ways. So you need not to worry. Instead you must concentrate on improving the functional areas of CA and try to get good and sound industry experience. To add value to your portfolio you can opt for SAP finance. This will be very good for you.
As far as CFA is concerned you may also opt for it. But you need not to be confused about it either you go or not. You can also pursue CS to increase you functional areas....
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The duration will depend you how quickly you are able to clear each level. Normally it will take a minimum of 3 to 4 years to complete the course.

You need to begin with enrolling for the CPT level first. On clearing this level you can enroll for either one group of IPCC or both. On clearing one group you can enroll for the article ship training for 3 years. Along with this you need to complete orientation course of 35 hours and 100 hours of ITT training. On clearing both the groups you start preparing for the finals. You can appear for the exam six months prior to completing article ship.


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Hello,


First of all Congratulation for completing your graduation with 60% in B.com you apply for not only C.A. but also for CS/ICWA/CFA/CFP/CIMA etc. Normally it will take a minimum of 3 to 4 years to complete the course even after doing B.com. If you want to do preparation for C.A. you should start it from now.

To do this course, fist of all you have to; qualify the common proficiency test conducted by the institute of chartered accountants of India.  CPT examination comprise two sessions of 2 hours each, with a break between two sessions and carrying a total of 200 marks consists of four subjects namely fundamentals of accounting, mercantile law, general economics and quantitative attitudes. CPT is an objective type test with negative marking.

 
 
   
 
Subjects for CPT:

Session - I (Two Sections- Two hours - 100 Marks)
   • Section A: Fundamentals of Accounting ( 60 Marks )
   •  Section B: Mercantile Laws ( 40 Marks )
Session - II (Two Sections- Two hours - 100 Marks)
   • Section C: General Economics ( 50 Marks )
   
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