Thursday, January 28, 2010

Chartered accountant salary figure

Chartered Accountants are a group of accountants that have their accountancy associations in British Commonwealth countries and Ireland. It is basically the equivilant of a public accountant in the United States. The term chartered has come from the Royal Charter that was initially granted to the worlds first professional body of accountants in 1854.

Chartered Accountants work in any field of accounting, and their profession requires them to take continuing professional classes to stay ahead of other accountants. They often lead academic and professional thinking classes in accountancy. They also give support to other members by advising them, and giving them technical support as well. In addition, they often offer opportunities for professional networking and career and business development.

Chartered Accountants who engage in public practice work (for example, selling services to the public rather than acting as an employee) must gain a "practising certificate" by meeting further requirements such as purchasing adequate insurance and undergoing regular inspections.Chartered Accountant Salary

Chartered Accountants holding practising certificates may also become "Registered Auditors", providing they can demonstrate the necessary professional ability in that area. A Registered Auditor is able to perform statutory financial audits in accordance with the Companies Act 1985.

There are many branches of Chartered accountants in many countries, these countries include United Kingdom, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand, Canada, South Africa, India, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka. There are also institutes of Chartered Accountants all over the world. The easiest way to find these is by looking up Chartered Accountants on the Internet.

Depending on how much experience you have as a Chartered Accountant will determine how much you get paid every year. Just getting into the profession will get you around $45,000 a year, while people that have went up the ladder and became a CFO (Chief Financial officer) can make upwards of $140,000 a year. Obviously this depends on the type of company and if they can support someone that makes that much money. It is definitely a career, there are many opportunities to make a lot of money being a Chartered Accountant, especially if you plan on staying with the company for a long time.

Good luck with your job search, I hope this site was informative for you and it answered all your questions. If you have any more questions, or want to leave a comment, please do so. We would like to hear from you.

CA pcc and PE 2 results on 1st February

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The CA PCC and PE 2 result will be published on 1st day of February ....

Tuesday, January 26, 2010

Bird eye view of CA Coaching classes all over india...Dont miss it

Dear ALL

Please find the list of coaching institute all over india...

SREERAM COACHING POINT
Sreeram Coaching Point
Door No.7, Sree Flats,
Ground Floor(Rear Side)
4/3, Krishnaswamy Street,
Chennai

SREERAM COACHING POINT
No.207, Gallery IInd Floor, Old Block,
St. Joseph Indian School,
Next to Mallaya Hospital,
Bangalore

SREERAM COACHING POINT
En Ke Chambers, GP Road,
(Off: MG Road)
Ernakulam
Delhi
Academy of commerce
Patel Nagar:-
9/9, South Patel Nagar
New Delhi-110008
Phone:+91-11-25840395 / 0102, 47528102 / 03

BANGALORE
CAPS
contact us at 26606897.
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Address:
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Rajaji Nagar
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Landmark: Near Bashyam Circle
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Email-id: rsampathkumarpa @ gmail.com

MYSORE
SRINIVASA COACHING CENTRE, MYSORE.,
Mobile : 9480396745

TUTIONS/COACHING AVAILABLE FOR (CA-IPCC/PCC) in AJMER
Contact : GIRIDHAR SIR
Mobile : 9414280934

Gwalior, Madhya Pradesh
AEC.com Pvt. Ltd
AEC Contact:
Telephone No.
91 – 751 – 24 24 24 0 Mobile No.
91 – 98930 – 16415
91 – 98272 – 04115 E-mail : aec.com @ gmail.com

CLASSES FOR CPT, PCC
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AHMEDABAD
Arihant Institute
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Tel:+(91)-(79) - 27683113/ 14/ 15

Academic Tutorials
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Tel:+(91)-(79) - 26844643
Accofintax Institute
210, University Plaza,
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S.C.O 269, sector 32
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Phone No-0172-4646356
Main teachers/Owners
Mr. Arvind Tuli-Tax
Mr. Balwinder Singh-Accounts
Mr. Neeraj Mariya-IDT

Costing/OR
CA Bhandari
SCO 60
2nd floor
phase 2 mohali
near sector 41-42
chandigarh
Phone 9878812453

MICS
Mr.Rajnish Mittal
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MAFA
Mr.Vivek Vishnu Gupta
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Thane West
301, Prestige Chambers, Near UTI House,
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Tel: +91-22-25334903, 9833103613
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Dadar West
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Tel:+91-22–65540023, 9833103613
Chennai
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(A Unit Shree Gurukripa Management Consultants Pvt. Ltd.)
“Shri Guru Padhuka”
27, Akbarabad Second Street , Kodambakkam, Chennai – 600 024
Phone: 2483 7667; 2484 7667; 2480 3737; 2480 1372
Email: padhuka @ shrigurukripa.com
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PUNE
Yeshas Academy
040, 3rd Floor, Nikhil Pride Building,
Next to Kaka Halwai Shop, Tilak Road, Sadashivpeth
Pune 411 030
Phone: +91 9371766199

JK Shah Classes Tel: 022-26836666

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 For Registrations - +91 98450 16199 / 93790 61699
                                                         / 93790 91699

Jayanagar Centre
 #329 GVS complex, 3rd Floor
 Opp. Cosmopolitan club
 Jayanagar 3rd Block
 Bangalore- 560 011
Phone
: +91 93790 91699

Mallewaram centre
 #65, 1st floor, Margosa Road (Opp. HDFC Bank)
 Malleswaram 18th cross
 Bangalore- 560 055
Phone
: +91 93790 61699
Email
: yeshascacoaching @ yahoo.com | ca @ yeshasacademy.com
Website
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(Estd. 1979)
(A Pioneer Institution for CHARTERED ACCOUNTANCY COURSE)
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Phones: 044 - 2461 1299 / 94440 05852 / 96000 89972
e-mail : sankaranagarajan @ yahoo.com, sankaranagarajan @ gmail.com
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Name of the Person :Mr.Arun jain
Contact No. : 9314160688
Email : gurushikhar @ yahoo.com
Website : www.gurushikar.com
Address : Gurushikhar Institute: Dev Villa,A-18,Inderpuri,behind apex mall,Lal kothi,tonk road, 302015 Jaipur,India
Pincode : 302015

Chennai :
Prime Academy P Ltd.,
New No 20, Old No 10
Justice Sundaram Road
Mylapore,
Chennai - 600 004 (Near Sai Baba Temple)
Phone : 2467 1478 /1298
E-Mail :primeacademyindia @ gmail.com

Strategy to crak 60 plus in taxation...Mythreya

Dear All,

Many people consider this subject as a bug-bear.I proffer now some Tenets(principles/study-tips) for people who would like to conquer this "Paper dragon".

I would enumerate points below and am sure if these points are followed intoto then the success-rate for this exam is surely very high.Infact,one can aspire to get more than 60% easily with the following germane advices.

Tenet 1: Conceptual Understanding:

This is the most important point and sinequanon for success in this exam.At the final level, one is entreated to study with concepts in mind,not sections or section numbers in mind.

Many students are of the opinion that mere memorization of section numbers and a few caselaws are enough.

Nope! This simply is not enough.

What is needed is conceptual brasstacks.One must digest the concepts behind the legality and its application.This alone will foster a holistic learning process.Income tax at the final-level maybe an amalgam of various concepts in one problem or question.

Oft-times students are bewildered at the complexity of the question and this bewilderment can be offset only by means of bedrock conceptual understanding.Memory part comes next.

Conceptual understanding also greatly aids memory.It is not something dissonant with memory.It goes hand-in-hand with memory.The better you understand a concept the better are chances for it to retain it in your memory,better are chances for you to answer a question that has been twisted around,etc.

So, in the first reading of the text, have this at the back of your mind and read.There are some pure legal fictions too which one encounters which seem bereft of conceptual moorings,these too can be tackled it one reads actively by questioning the irrelvance of the law and the lacunae in the procedures and thus have a conceptual study here too.

Tenet 2: Regularity of study and Revision

This point cannot be said to be overemphasized even if repeated a hundred times!

One must have a regular study and revision plan .If one makes a minimum of 3 revisions for this subject one can easily clear this subject and the more number of quality revisions one makes one gets to add more marks for this subject.

Direct Taxes is a volatile subject and thus one can proclive on the side of forgetting the text in a few days and this is the main bug-bear of students more than anything else."HOW CAN I REMEMBER EVERYTHING for the exam?" is a question that torments and undermines their confidence.

The simple panacea/solution/'amrith' for this regular study and constant revsion.

A concrete plan of atleast 1 hour per day allotted for this subject from early on would greatly help the student get very high marks.Incrementality thus has great application for this subject.

Also, taking down notes for last minute revision is really a great way to study.One can form one's own pattern of revision notes.Writing it down would crystallize the knowledge of the subject within you and make you confident.

Donot be boggled down looking at the sizes of the texts or chapters.Just break them down into small sizeable chunks and start reading it.Slowly it becomes conquerable."If you get down to doing what you know slowly you will know what to do"



Tenet 3: Keeping the "ammunition" ready for war!

The war is Direct Taxes exam

The ammunition being referred here are the books to refer.

At the outset,I would like to say that many students in this forum and offline get really really confused about reference texts.Someone says this book is great and yet another says thats the worst book.Each one have their two cents worth to give for every book(more than even the author who penned those books!).

Obviously for this subject the study material is not beneficial.Lot of improvement is needed in the case of Direct Taxes study material and ICAI needs to take a look at it and to update it and make it student friendlly.

Some books which I can suggest from my experience.Since Im from Chennai the following books were found in Chennai Bookshops,encountered by me and I can give my subjective-opinion on it.This list is no means exhaustive.There might be tonnes of other books better than these books.So,please do not accost me by saying that there are books better than this.

1. VK Singhania--We all know how comprehensive this text is and how good it is as it covers all that is required for this subject.A student who truly covers this book well many times, is fully equipped to handle the battle.This I grade as a Nuclear war-head for the Direct Taxes war! You are sureshot of success in this subject if you are able to read the book.

i.e, IF you are able to read the book fully and well.The IF is a big one.Not many students have the capacity nor the inclination even if they have the capacity to spend enormous amounts of time with the fine print and the comprehensiveness of the book.This is the main drawback of the book.Else, this is UNO-PRIMO choice for students.

2. Vinod Gupta and Girish Ahuja notes/modules: These are also good.In these Vinod Gupta notes are better than Girish Ahuja Notes.Girish Ahuja notes have some mistakes and also merely explains sections and notes.Whereas Vinod Gupta has lot more illustrations.But the main book for Girish Ahuja(not the module set) is really good.Printing errors and some conceptual errors are the main drawbacks for this book.

3. Padhukas Direct Taxes: This is also good with the latest cases,amendments,RTPs,ITAT,Taxes digest information,Past question paper,Question-answer method,etc.The drawback for this book is the poor paper quality.

4. TN Manoharan's book: This book is student friendly and those who are harried for time can look at this book and prepare from it.However one must exercise some caution here.This book must be read with the latest amenedments,Caselaws,etcSome research is also needed for a few important chapters like PGBP,Capgains,etc.

5. Bangar's Books on Direct Taxes: Though Bangar is famous for Indirect Taxes.The Bangar team has also penned books for this subject also.One must buy both the main and the compiler from Aadhyas for this subject.This too contains the relevant section numbers,caselaws,ITAT,past exam questions,etc.However it is more concise than all other books in a question-answer form and it might leave some students dissatisfied regarding the quality of study.So the caveat expressed for the TN Manhoharan book must be exercised here too and one must do some extra research for a few important chapters, and then one is really good for the exam.

The above list is just an illustrative list.Any book is fine.One reference book will do.Do not get confused buying 2 or 3 reference books.You have other subjects to concentrate,my dear!

Kya padthe' ho nahin, kaise padthe ho..yehaan faraq padegaa!

What you read is not as important as how well you read it.

Tenet 4: Application-orientedness

In TamizhnAdu we have a poet-saint by name Thiruvalluvar.He had given his wisdom in couplets by name "Thirukural" in that he says:

Karka kasadara katrra pin nirka adharkku thaga

Learn what is to be learned fully and then "stand" by that learning.

Though he meant spiritually.One can also apply to this subject.

The saint has not stopped with "Karka kasadara"--Learn thoroughly.

He adds--"Kattrapin nirka adharkku thaga" After learning "stand"(worthy) by that learning.

One must not just read and understand the concepts in this subject but also apply those and be confident of tackling any question in the exam.



Tenet 5: Supreme Self-confidence

Self-confidence is self-reliance.

All the above mentioned tenets will not work if this quality is missing in the student.

Remember this: What you do and feel before the 3 hours of the exam and after the 3 hours of the exam is not as important as what you do and feel during that 3 hours.

If you feel diffident and incapacitated then it is of no use.It will show in your paper.

One can rest in Supreme confidence that human brain is really a miraculous organ.It has tremendous powers to work efficiently in crisis/tensed situations.This also has the prop of scientific research.It is also a common known fact that we use only a small portion of our brains and a big portion lies untapped and hidden beneath.

So one who is really confident can really remember more in the exam.

You can even conduct an experiement to prove this.

Read something before watching a sad and teary film and then after the film is over while still the depression lingers on you, try remembering what you read and out it on a piece of paper.

Now, take some other chapter from the same subject and this time watch another movie which is inspiring and funny(like say "3 Idiots" or the like) and try putting onto paper what you had studied before the film.

You will notice a difference and understand what Im saying.I have tried this and have noticed a difference on the lines hinted above.

***************

If you implement these 5 Tenets for the preparation of this subject.You will not only find it easy going but also get a good score and contemporaneously evolve a deeper joy,respect and understanding for the subject.

Do comment on this article and express your positive/constructive feedback

My best wishes to all of you,

Mythreya

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Self-Motivation – A Key to Success ...Madhukar N Hiregange F.C.A.









Self-Motivation – A Key to Success
Madhukar N Hiregange F.C.A.
In our professional or personal lives we have a number of wants including those we wish to achieve. Wanting is a passive exercise which could be equated to wishful thinking. Motivating oneself to do that is self motivation.
Self motivation could be said to be the heart which produces the energy / drive or push to produce, develop or achieve ones goals and dreams. It has also been described as that characteristic which allows one to continue to take action, inspite of failures. A self motivated professional would not be a slave of the circumstance or specific situations. He / she would grow irrespective of the environment.
Self motivation involves a combination of how you can set fro yourself challenging goals, your belief in your own abilities and your belief that if you do what is necessary you would succeed.
How to be self motivated?
To motivate oneself there are several steps which are to be taken together. It would include: setting of high goals: self confidence( to take action and belief that one would succeed); optimistic about the future ( positive thinking) ; staying focused; creating an enabling environment. We discuss each of these in brief as under:
Step.1 Challenging Goals: Many motivated individuals would share that the biggest risk in setting goals is that you will reach them!! There is a tendency to set small goals to avoid failure. The goals should challenge you at the same time be achievable. Ideally the goals should be relevant to your endevours. For example if one is in direct tax practice mastery over the direct tax code much prior to its implementation could be a challenging goal. This would automatically enhance your practice. Goals should also be to the extent possible measurable and specific. Maybe complete part 1 by March 2010, part 2 by May 2010 and so on. The specific sub goals should also be such that the progress can be evaluated. Also it maybe a good idea not to set too many goals whereby none are achieved.
Step.2. Self Confidence: This quality comes into being when actions taken to meet the goals you have set come across hurdles or stops. At this time belief in oneself would mean looking for solutions rather than accepting defeat. Over time you may be confident about achieving something but not even know how but surprisingly it happens. Some readers may have experienced this in activities where they are passionate.
Self confidence can be built by looking at what we have achieved till now, do a SWOT on self and build on the strengths, seek out role models ( in and out of profession) who you would like to emulate and most important look for qualities in self that you respect. The more you like yourself the more motivated you could be. For the CA the passing of the exam, going through an excellent articleship experience, opportunities to serve entrepreneurs who have built so much are starting block for self confidence.
Step.3. Optimistic View ( Positive thinking): It has been said that ones attitude determines ones level of achievement. The circumstances/ environment around us being the same a choice on choosing the empowering context would be more likely to have great results. Henry Ford stated – “If you think you can, you can and if you think you can’t you are right.” When you think positively the choice are also positive and chance and uncertainty slowly disappear.
Build Optimism by examining the thoughts and question those which are disempowering. See whether there is any truth in that. When you find that they are not true replace them with optimistic ones. One of the most power techniques in this is to visualize your victory/ joyous end. It is miraculous that when all this is there it appears as if the universe is behind us and will make things happen. When you reach your goal recognize the achievement and it will cement your confidence further.
Step.4. Focus: Once goals have been set, it is a promise to self. Making it public also makes the same stronger. The more you talk about it the more real it becomes. Set a structure in place to ensure that you can achieve what you have planned. Scheduling the milestones and reviewing the same is a good way of keeping ahead. Keeping at it will make any job attainable.
Step 5. Enabling Environment: Be with positive people, achievers, people who believe anything is possible. Make your office an office where people excel and dream big. Join hands with people who have similar dreams ask for their help and also demand that they can make you accountable.
It is said that the universe has a lot to offer and an attitude of optimism attracts success when we work for them. One thing for sure when we are self motivated our family and office would automatically become empower and a family of achievers.
Acknowledgements – Landmark Education & James Manktelow.
Self-Motivation – A Key to Success
Madhukar N Hiregange F.C.A.
In our professional or personal lives we have a number of wants including those we wish to achieve. Wanting is a passive exercise which could be equated to wishful thinking. Motivating oneself to do that is self motivation.
Self motivation could be said to be the heart which produces the energy / drive or push to produce, develop or achieve ones goals and dreams. It has also been described as that characteristic which allows one to continue to take action, inspite of failures. A self motivated professional would not be a slave of the circumstance or specific situations. He / she would grow irrespective of the environment.
Self motivation involves a combination of how you can set fro yourself challenging goals, your belief in your own abilities and your belief that if you do what is necessary you would succeed.
How to be self motivated?
To motivate oneself there are several steps which are to be taken together. It would include: setting of high goals: self confidence( to take action and belief that one would succeed); optimistic about the future ( positive thinking) ; staying focused; creating an enabling environment. We discuss each of these in brief as under:
Step.1 Challenging Goals: Many motivated individuals would share that the biggest risk in setting goals is that you will reach them!! There is a tendency to set small goals to avoid failure. The goals should challenge you at the same time be achievable. Ideally the goals should be relevant to your endevours. For example if one is in direct tax practice mastery over the direct tax code much prior to its implementation could be a challenging goal. This would automatically enhance your practice. Goals should also be to the extent possible measurable and specific. Maybe complete part 1 by March 2010, part 2 by May 2010 and so on. The specific sub goals should also be such that the progress can be evaluated. Also it maybe a good idea not to set too many goals whereby none are achieved.
Step.2. Self Confidence: This quality comes into being when actions taken to meet the goals you have set come across hurdles or stops. At this time belief in oneself would mean looking for solutions rather than accepting defeat. Over time you may be confident about achieving something but not even know how but surprisingly it happens. Some readers may have experienced this in activities where they are passionate.
Self confidence can be built by looking at what we have achieved till now, do a SWOT on self and build on the strengths, seek out role models ( in and out of profession) who you would like to emulate and most important look for qualities in self that you respect. The more you like yourself the more motivated you could be. For the CA the passing of the exam, going through an excellent articleship experience, opportunities to serve entrepreneurs who have built so much are starting block for self confidence.
Step.3. Optimistic View ( Positive thinking): It has been said that ones attitude determines ones level of achievement. The circumstances/ environment around us being the same a choice on choosing the empowering context would be more likely to have great results. Henry Ford stated – “If you think you can, you can and if you think you can’t you are right.” When you think positively the choice are also positive and chance and uncertainty slowly disappear.
Build Optimism by examining the thoughts and question those which are disempowering. See whether there is any truth in that. When you find that they are not true replace them with optimistic ones. One of the most power techniques in this is to visualize your victory/ joyous end. It is miraculous that when all this is there it appears as if the universe is behind us and will make things happen. When you reach your goal recognize the achievement and it will cement your confidence further.
Step.4. Focus: Once goals have been set, it is a promise to self. Making it public also makes the same stronger. The more you talk about it the more real it becomes. Set a structure in place to ensure that you can achieve what you have planned. Scheduling the milestones and reviewing the same is a good way of keeping ahead. Keeping at it will make any job attainable.
Step 5. Enabling Environment: Be with positive people, achievers, people who believe anything is possible. Make your office an office where people excel and dream big. Join hands with people who have similar dreams ask for their help and also demand that they can make you accountable.
It is said that the universe has a lot to offer and an attitude of optimism attracts success when we work for them. One thing for sure when we are self motivated our family and office would automatically become empower and a family of achievers.
Acknowledgements – Landmark Education & James Manktelow.


Coaching is bane or boom...Mythreya

Dear All,

These days CA coaching centres are becoming big business machines! CA Coaching Institutes do very good marketing of their institutions especially through their alumni.So,one must really analyze the centre before joining.

Many students think that without Coaching,success is impossible.

This is a very wrong view.

CA Course has been framed with the objective of working in an office and self-study. Study materials are good and also if there are any inadequacies then a good reference book can be adopted.Coaching in a few subjects or maximum a couple of subjects in which one perceives one is really weak is ok but to have an obsession about attending various Coaching classes would prove detrimental in the long run.

A regular study-plan and revision-plan would make one see success.

There are many reasons why a student opts for CA Coaching,the main reason being Fear.

  • Fear that he or she cannot succeed.
  • Fear that he or she would be left behind and others attending classes would surge ahead with success.(All purely mental illusions).
  • Fear of the complexity and sudden surprises they throw up in the exams(and also the results).As if going to a Coaching centre would dramatically increase their chances for sure-shot success in one-go.

There are other reasons too to go to a Coaching class:

  • To feel really confident and rectify one's weakness in one or two prominent subjects.(This reason seems to be valid)
  • To hang around with friends(Again peer-pressure and waste of own's time) and enjoy oneself.

A proper study-plan includes procuring good reference book/books for the subject before hand and working out the concepts and problems in a systematic manner.

A proper revision-plan includes doing at least 3 revisions per subject,before taking up the exam.

By avoiding tuitions one can avoid wastage of time in commuting and save lot of precious time and energy.Apart from wastage of money,frustrations and fears from other students,etc one gains lot of peace of mind and confidence in oneself to tackle challenges in life.

Tackling the challenges in life is what CA all about.

Wishing all of you best of Luck,

Mythreya

CA first rank holder Prajitha


The pictures show on Left hand side is the first rank holder for CA final exam New schme...Her name is Prajitha balavinodhan from Coimbatore...

Heary congratualtion for securing the rank... i heared she had undergone coaching only for Two subject...

Hearty congratulation for her

CA final old scheme rank holders


The pictures of left hand side shows the Rank holders of CA final Old scheme...

Congratulation for all....Kishan k warrier he is from kerala and from my home town kochi.........sweeped the First rank in CA final with good mark....

CA PCC and PE 2 Results

Dear All

The CA PE 2 and PC results were going to declared on 29th friday around 2 PM...

The results can be views in the following web site...

Please go ahead with the link....All the best

ICAI president interview summary Please go through

Dear All

There was an interview with CA Uttam Prakash Agarwal

His comments was follows

In older days there was not much coaching supports were available to the students and every body was taken the articleship as a practical exposure and focuzed much on practical training


The students were bunking the practical training and attending the coaching classes during the time of articleship...


Due to Excess influence of coaching classes there is a notification set forth to the effect that no one can attend the coaching class during the office time and members also not allowed to take any classes during the office time...

There is a checking mechanism against the Dummy articleship ..It will lead to disciplinary action...It


Last but not least ...

The exam pattern shall be purely practical oriented questions...It is a slippery point as far as a CA student is concerned

If you gone good coaching also not guarantee the Success for CA exam...I think that days are gone and no question will come from even premier coaching classes also...

Students please open your mind and body for concept part ..

Change your strategy for the May exam...Else after the result you can write the poem for the CA student...

Please do refer how to crack the CA final exam in the Tougest scenario...

All the Best

Vivek M

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handling tough ICAI material...By Vidhya sagar...

Dear Students,

Many have asked me this singular question:

"I find study materials difficult, the language is difficult and it is dry and thus Im unable to study the study material, what should I do?"

Simple answer: Study it anyways, the fruits are great!

Study materials for some subjects like Direct Taxes or Indirect Taxes are a waste, I have broached upon it.

Some smart students say to me, "Hey, I find Studymaterial is the best for all subjects."

These very-same smart students would be reading at home some other reference book.Also, the institute would not give any goldmedal for speaking thus in their favour.

Whenever you find any injustice in any organization,speak out at the first given chance.Dont sleep over it.Our country has become like this, because of this "sleeping over" by the intelligensia.

Study materials have no doubt lot to improve.Atleast now, they are giving in bookformat.In my days, they used to give in studymodule booklet form and with worst paper quality and print with lot of errors and unavailability of important study materials when students need most.

ICAI has come a long way from those old days.They now print decent book type of notes.

However, the language or presentation is horrible.The illustrations show strange methods of coming to the answer, which becomes apparent after racking one's heads for long as there seems to be no logic.

However, for some subjects like Auditing,MICS,Corporate Law,etc Study material is more than enough.

However, one gets bored with the boring style in which the study material has been presented so the need for one additional reference book.

Also, some reference books are excellent.Ex: TN Manoharan's direct taxes book.This book is superlative when compared to the dry study material both in easy language and presentation.

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Now, how should one study the study material?

I used the following approach:

1. Have a white sheet of paper while studying a subject.Keep writing in whatever handwriting you have(dont make efforts to beautify your handwriting) and make scribbles, whatever small words or numbers while learning.Dont write notes but just keep scribbling and doodling on the sheet.(This will imprint concepts on your subconscious mind)

2.Keep a notebook(preferably unruled) handy and start jotting down jargons and important points from this scribble sheet.(this is for future reference).

3. Throw the scribble sheet away after each study session.

4. While learning use mnemonics(memory techniques).Dont shy away from it and think it is for school children.Infact, I learnt deductions chapter in 1/2 day using memory techniques(which included even setting the dreary deductions to tunes from Pink Flyod, by the way!Hehe!)

5. Use a mindmap to summarize the whole chapter or a big concept.Use mind maps a lot and learn how to draw a mindmap, it helps greatly.

6. Underline whatever is important in studymaterial.Better a dirty study material with lot of underlinings and material learnt than a beautiful untouched study material.By underlining and referring from the notebook you have prepared, it helps during revision time.

7.Dont overplan, there is huge possibility of it failing.

8. If you dont understand a line or two underline it and ask someone(need not be a colleague or teacher, literally anyone who can understand).Seek help, dont feel shy.Feel shy at your peril.Put a question mark next to it, and then sqash the question mark with your newfound understanding, which you scribble just next to it legibly, so that in the end while revising you will know what the heck it was.

9. use colours in the "black and white' study material to underline important points or write something.Use your colour scheme.It aids memory.

10. Shun people who will laugh at your antics to learn.Let them laugh, show them the results and then their jaws would drop to the ground!

11. Dont consider Study material(or any single book ) as a bible.Learn to use descretion and judge properly.

12. Use VAK attack to learn from study material.VAK attack nuerolingusitically means Visual,Auditory and Kinesthetic.Research on what I mean by this from Google or some resource.I wont spoonfeed you here!

13. Repeat the study material again and again to keep it in memory.

14. Have dictionary(ies) handy along with thesaurus.Learn atleast 10 new english words as a hobby(atleast from the study material!).Dont say, "I dont know english properly and the language is tough"Unless you venture into new things, neuron connections in brain is not made and you don grow intelligent.

15. Dont fear the study material, play with it like an old mate!

Bets of luck! and God Bless!


http://www.caclubindia.com/articles/how-to-prepare-with-the-tough-institute-study-materials-2398.asp

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Dear all

Please do see the coaching address of all the premier institute


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[As per syllabus contained in the scheme notified by the Council under Regulation 28 B (5) of the
Chartered Accountants Regulations, 1988]
AND
PROFESSIONAL COMPETENCE EXAMINATION (PCE)
[As per syllabus contained in the scheme notified by the Council under Regulation 28 C (3) of the
Chartered Accountants Regulations, 1988]
Group-I: 4th, 6th & 8th May-2010
Group-II: 10th, 12th & 14th May-2010
(Afternoon Session – 2.00 p.m. to 5.00 p.m.) (IST)
INTEGRATED PROFESSIONAL COMPETENCE EXAMINATION (IPCE)
[As per syllabus contained in the scheme notified by the Council under Regulation 28 E (3) of the
Chartered Accountants Regulations, 1988]
Group-I: 4th, 8th, 10th & 12th May, 2010
Group-II: 6th, 14th & 16th May, 2010
(Afternoon Session – 2.00 p.m. to 5.00 p.m.) (IST)
FINAL (EXISTING AND NEW COURSE) EXAMINATIONS:
[As per syllabus contained in the scheme notified by the Council under Regulation 31 (2) since revised as
Regulation 31 (i) of the Chartered Accountants Regulations, 1988.]
Group -I: 3rd, 5th, 7th & 9th May, 2010
Group - II: 11th, 13th, 15th & 17th May, 2010
(Afternoon Session – 2.00 p.m. to 5.00 p.m.) (IST)

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