|Coure Start Date||20-06-2020|
|Fees||40,000 + GST|
|The CA coaching classes conducted by Lakshya is our flagship course and has always delivered rank holders who are doyens in the field of Chartered Accountancy. The differentiating factor of our CA course curriculum is that rigour and relevance are appropriately balanced to ensure that students are well prepared for the examinations. The CA Intermediate examination often referred to as CA Inter is the second level exam for the Chartered Accountancy course conducted by the ICAI. The exams will be held in May, November 2019 (tentative).|
Lakshya is synonymous with CA coaching. Our CA course curriculum is both rigorous and contemporary and is well tailored to enable students to be fully prepared for the examinations. It is constantly updated to ensure that it stays current with the exam patterns. Our periodic, exhaustive practise sessions ensure that students can hone the skills in accounting and finance making them well versed with the subjects.
The CA Intermediate exam also referred to as CA Inter is conducted by the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India (ICAI) twice a year. A candidate can register for the examination by filling an online registration form. Students have two options to appear for the exam either by clearing the CA Foundation course exam or by the direct route.
The CA Intermediate examination consists of the following papers -
Group I -
Group II -
Candidates who wish to appear for the CA Intermediate exam are required to meet with the following criteria to be eligible. There are two routes which aspirants can follow to pursue the CA Inter exam.
CA Foundation route -
Direct entry route -
Chartered accountancy is a very challenging and rewarding profession. Chartered Accountants are qualified to take on a set of specific activities such as taxation, auditing, accounting and financial planning. A candidate who had cleared their CA intermediate exam and has completed their articleship can proceed to attempt the CA Final exams which is the last step to becoming a Chartered Accountant. On completing all the exams and articleship candidates are required to gain membership with the ICAI before they can start practising. They can then find a full-fledged career in areas such as Banks, Public Limited Companies, Auditing Firms, Finance Companies, Portfolio Management Companies, Investment houses, Stock Broking firms, Legal Firms etc.