Which is the best college for CA? How can I join it?

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    Bhavy dhawan | Contributor-Level 8

    4 years ago
    Hi,
    First of all let me clear one thing that CA or chartered accountant course is a professional course, not a regular course. So, it is not done by going to some college, but is done by registering with the ICAI. There are 3 papers held by clearing which you can become a CA. You do not have to go to any college. Just clear those papers by preparing by yourself or by a coaching, and off you go.
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    Akansha Yadav | Contributor-Level 7

    4 years ago
    There are no government colleges available for CA. You have to join a private institute for CA foundation or executive and also, you can apply online.
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    JATIN SAHARMA | Contributor-Level 8

    4 years ago
    Hi, First of all, there is no college for CA. You just need to get registered under ICAI, and then have to give the exams followed by training and then final exams, then you would become a CA.
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    Rohit Kothawade i am here to help you in your problem | Guide-Level 13

    4 years ago
    There is no college of CA for doing CA. You need to go to CA Institute for registration. After registration of your CA foundation course which is the first level of CA, you need to give foundation exam. After clearing your foundation exam, the second stage is IPCC. There are two groups in IPCC. You need to clear both the groups. After clearing at least one group, you can join for articleship which is for 3 years and that is compulsory for everyone. After completing your Articleship and clearing your both IPCC groups, you are going for final level that is CA final. There are two groups of final. After clearing your both groups, you are officia... view more
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    Anuj Sikka | Contributor-Level 7

    4 years ago
    This is not taught in any college. It is done in private educational institutes.
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    Abhishek Vikram Lawyer.UPSC Aspirant,Avid reader | Guide-Level 13

    4 years ago
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    For purpose of pursuing CA you need to register yourself with the ICAI which has its centers in every city. Also you need to appear for CPT as the first step towards CA. After which you will need to take up IPCC which is the level 2 in the process and thereupon clearing it you need to go through a training period of around 2 years and then you become eligible for CA final which has again 2 group of examination. Also, there is no university or college where from you may pursue the course. ICAI is the whole and sole body responsible for conducting CA courses in India.
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    Suni K | Guide-Level 14

    4 years ago
    ICAI has chapters in many parts of the country, almost in all states in India and even overseas. Visit https://icai.org/
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    kajal soni Pursuing FRM part 1 from edupristine | Guide-Level 11

    4 years ago
    There are no college for CA, you have to join institute and you can register yourself in ICAI, which is regulatory body of CA.
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    Vishal Paswan | Contributor-Level 6

    4 years ago
    There is no college for CA. You can do CA by the Institute of chartered accountancy of India ICIA. For this, you have to first clear CPT exam or foundation after that two stages I. e. IPCC or final.

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