CA-CPT

Studymate in association with GAAP Bright E-Learning Center premier institute providing classes for the Professional Courses in Commerce Stream) now offers CA coaching classes to students who aspire to become CAs.

Satellite classes will be conducted at Studymate Centers with GAAP Bright Faculty taking the classes. In these classes, the teacher is placed at the studio and the lecture through the technology beams in all the classrooms where the students are sitting. The students can ask their queries by typing on an interactive keyboard which will be present in every classroom.

The classes will be conducted at the following centers:

NorthEastWestSouth
Model TownNoidaPaschim ViharVasant Kunj
PitampuraVaishaliPatel NagarMalviya Nagar
Preet ViharDwarkaLajpat Nagar

The entry to The Chartered Accountancy is through two routes:

Through CPT Route

  • Enrol with the Institute for Common Proficiency Course (CPC) after Class X
  • Appear in CPT examination after appearing in the Senior Secondary Examination (Class XII)
  • Join Intermediate (IPC) Course/ATC after passing CPT & Class XII examination
  • Join Final Course of CA
  • Enrol as ICAI member & be designated as Chartered Accountant

Through Direct Entry Route

  • Commerce Graduated/Post-Graduates (55%) or Other Graduates/Post-graduates (60%)
  • Enrol with the Institute for Intermediate (Integrated Professional Competence) Course for Both Groups with or without the option of Accounting Technician Course (ATC)
  • Undergo 100 hours Information Technology Training (IIT) & 35 hours Orientation Course spanning one week
  • Register for Practical Training for 3 years
  • Complete General Management & Communication Skills (GMCS) – I Course during first year of practical training
  • Appear in intermediate (Integrated Professional Competence) examination after 9 months of practical training & Study Course of 8 months concurrently from the date of registration for the Intermediate (Integrated Professional Competence) Course
  • Register for CA Final Course & appear for CA Final Examination
  • Undergo General Management & Communication Skills (GMCS) II Course (15 days) while serving the last 19 months to 36 months of article training. Alternatively, attend 4 week’s Residential program on Professional Skills & Development
  • Complete 3 years period of article training
  • Appear in the Final Examination while serving last 6 months of article training on or before the last day of the month preceding the month in which the examination is to be held
  • Pass Final Examination
  • Enrol as a member of ICAI and be designated as “Chartered Accountant”

Levels

  • The tests are divided into two groups – Group 1 & Group 2. Following Courses will be given. This is the second level of CA examination. Exams are held in mid May and mid November every year.
Group Papers Subject
Group 1 Paper I Accounting
Paper II Law, Ethics & Communication
a) Law (60 marks)
b) Ethics (20 marks)
c) Communication (20 marks)
Paper III Cost Accounting & Financial Management
a) Cost Accounting (50 marks)
b) Financial Management (50 marks)
Paper IV Taxation
a) Income Tax (50 marks)
b) Service Tax & VAT(25 marks)
c) Added tax (25 marks)
Group 1 Paper V Advanced Accounting
Paper VI Auditing & Assurance
Paper VII Information Technology & Strategic Management
a) Information Technology
b) Strategic Management

After clearing CPT & IPC(IPCC) Group 1 & Group 2 , the student is eligible for appearing in CA final, along with required work experience. There are 2 groups that need to be cleared. Exams are held in mid May and mid November every year.

Groups Papers Subjects
Group 1 Paper I Financial Reporting (Max Marks 100)
Paper II Strategic Financial Management (Max Marks 100)
Paper III Advanced Auditing & Professional Ethics (Max Marks 100)
Paper IV Corporate & Allied Laws (Max Marks 100)
a) Section A – Company Law
b) Section B – Allied Law
Group 2 Paper V Advanced Management Accounting (Max Marks 100)
Paper VI Information Systems Control & Audit (Max Marks 100)
Paper VII Direct Tax Laws (Max Marks 100)
Paper VIII Indirect Tax Laws (Max Marks 100)