CA CPT :
The advent of liberalization in India, without doubt has given a chance to many private financial firms to boost their economies. With lots of trade and investments policies, there has been a continuous growth in the private sector. But, handling all these financial practices have always been a complex act. Keeping this thing in mind, every private firms ranging from banks to insurance sectors, appoint Chartered Accountants or CAs. CA is the professional who are entrusted with trust and responsibility, acting as expertise responsible for various financial activities carried under the companies. To be a chartered accountant is considered to be a big achievement. It has a great scope, offering bright prospects in corporate world especially in Finance.
If you think that you have a good aptitude for numbers and want to make a career in finance, then accept the fact that you’re born to be a chartered accountant. Pursuing CA as a career option is by no means an easy task. One needs to go through plenty of exams and long training session. The path to become CA starts with an aptitude test that is held every year. CA-CPT is a common aptitude test that judges aspirants’ capabilities in the following four areas i.e. Accounting, Mercantile Laws, General Economics and Quantitative Aptitude. If a candidate qualifies CPT test then he/she will be eligible to write IPCC (Integrated Professional Competence Course) exam that is conducted in two sessions. CA-CPT exam is usually held every year in the month of June.
Eligibility : Students who wish to pursue Chartered Accountancy Course can register for the Common Proficiency Course (CPC) after passing 10th examination and can appear for CPT either on appearing or passing 10+2 examination. Students who wish to pursue the next step of CA course are required to qualify CPT as well as 10+2 or its equivalent examination.
CA CPT Dec 2015 Date:- Sunday, 13th December, 2015
First Session (i.e. Morning Session)
10.30 AM to 12.30 PM (IST)
Section - A Fundamentals of Accounting
Section - B Mercantile Laws
Second Session (i.e. Afternoon Session)
2.00 PM to 4.00 PM (IST)
Section - C General Economics
Section - D Quantitative Aptitude