In India, Chartered Accountancy as a profession is regulated by the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India (ICAI) which was established by an Act of Parliament under the Chartered Accountants Act, 1949.
A Chartered Accountant (CA) works in all fields of business and finance, which includes taxation, audit, financial and general management. Some CAs work in public practice whereas others work in private sector, some are employed by government bodies and some start up their own venture. To stay professionally competitive, ICAI requires members to undertake a minimum level of continuing professional advancements.
- Emphasis on Specialized Classes for Quantitative Aptitude
- Relevant and well-designed course material
- Comprehensive Mock Tests
- Numerous Doubt Handling Sessions
- Strong Faculty Advisory Board with Industry veterans.
- 54 class sessions of 3 hours each
- 16 practice tests of 3 hours each
- Class sheets will be provided with each session