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ABOUT ACCA COURSE 

Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA). It’s indeed a globally recognized certification with high standards of knowledge, professionalism, and integrity. The fact that it has over 228,000 members and half a million students enrolled speaks volumes about its reputation and acceptance worldwide.

The Foundation in Accountancy (FIA) route for students who have cleared their class 10 examinations or do not qualify as per the criteria is a great opportunity to start their journey in the field of accountancy.

ACCA Course Subjects

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Eligibility + Duration + Exemptions

ACCA Eligibility:-

10th Grade : Foundation in Accountancy (FIA) route

12th Grade : ACCA route

ACCA Course Exemptions & Scholarship :-

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  • How much does CA Foundation cost?
    The CA foundation course fees amount to approximately ₹10,700. At the time of course registration, you must pay ₹9,000 as CA Foundation registration fees and an additional ₹1,500 when registering for the exam.
  • What is the foundation course of CA?
    The CA Foundation test comprises four papers, namely Principles and Practice of Accounting, Business Laws and Business Correspondence and Reporting, and Business Mathematics, Logical Reasoning & Statistics. This test is partially subjective and partially objective.
  • How many marks are required to pass the CA Foundation exam?
    Candidates should score a minimum of 40% marks on every paper and a minimum of 50% marks in a combination of all the papers to pass the CA foundation examination. CA Foundation examination is an offline examination conducted double a year.
  • Who is eligible for the CA Foundation course?
    Students Who have appeared in Class 12th Examination.
  • How do I know which level of the qualification I can start at?
    ACCA is open access, meaning there is an entry point for everyone. But sometimes your existing qualifications mean you’ll be able to start further along in the qualification – and gain exemptions from some of our exams. Discover the right entry point for you.
  • Is there a minimum age at which to start the ACCA journey?
    The minimum age to register with ACCA is 13. If between the ages of 13-17 in Kenya or Malaysia, and 13-15 everywhere else, we will also need parental consent to be provided upon registration.
  • Is there an order I need to take the ACCA exams in?
    The ACCA exams do need to be completed in a certain order, however there is flexibility to choose which exam to complete first in each section. You can find out more in our progression rules.
  • What are exemptions?
    Exemptions let you start your studies at a level that is consistent with the knowledge and skills gained from prior learning. They provide you with the quickest route to ACCA membership. Find out more about exemptions.
  • What fees are payable as an ACCA student?
    There is an annual subscription fee due each year which may be subject to change and then you’ll also need to factor in the costs for each exam which will vary depending on where you start. And then of course you have tuition fees if you decide to use one of our approved learning providers. Details of all our fees and charges can be found in the fees and charges section of our website.
  • What are the requirements to take the CPA Exam?
    There are 55 jurisdictions (50 states and five U.S. territories) with Boards of Accountancy. These boards determine the eligibility and licensure requirements for their jurisdiction’s candidates.
  • How much does it cost to take the CPA Exam?
    Fees depend upon the jurisdiction where you choose to become licensed. You can find details by referring to your specific Board of Accountancy.
  • Where can I take the CPA Exam?
    You can take the Exam at authorized Prometric test centers throughout the 55 U.S. jurisdictions as well as select international locations. See "International FAQs" below for testing countries.
  • What is the structure and format of the CPA Exam?
    The CPA Exam consists of three, four-hour Core sections and one, four-hour Discipline section. You’ll take one section at a time. Each section is divided into five testlets.
  • Is the CPA Exam available in a language other than English?
    No. The CPA Exam is only offered in English.
  • Will I take the same CPA Exam as other candidates?
    You will take a different but equivalent Exam. The questions presented to you are drawn from a pool of test questions according to defined specifications. Although you take different Exams, the specifications ensure that the results are comparable.
  • Is there a time limit for passing the CPA Exam?
    Time limits for passing the CPA Exam depend on your specific jurisdiction. NASBA is the best source for determining your time limit for passing the CPA Exam.
  • How do I apply for the CPA Exam?
    You must first decide on the jurisdiction to which you will apply. After selecting your jurisdiction, you can obtain application materials and submit your completed applications as directed.
  • Which exams are to be cleared to become a CS?
    There shall be three levels of examination to be cleared in CS Course: CSEET – Computer-based entrance level examination with objective questions Executive Programme – Second level exams with two modules, four papers in each. Professional Programme – Third and final level of exams with three modules, three papers each.
  • Is there any exemption fee applicable for such exempted categories of students?
    Yes. ICAI, ICMAI Final Course passed, Graduates (Minimum 50% Marks) and Post-Graduates students are required to pay Exemption Fee of Rs.5000/- while registering for Executive Programme.
  • What is the fee for registration to CSEET?
    The fee for registration to CSEET is Rs.1000/- per session. Students can also register for classes of CSEET conducted by Regional/Chapter offices at the time of registration in CSEET by remitting partial optional fees of Rs. 1000/-
  • Can the Graduates / Post Graduates (Bachelor’s/Master’s Degree Holders can seek registration directly to Executive Programmer?
    Yes. The Graduates (Minimum 50% Marks) / Post Graduates can take direct admission in CS Executive Programme
  • What are the pre-conditions for filling CS Executive Exam Form?
    Before filling out the CS Executive Exam Form, a student must have completed a One-Day Orientation Programme (ODOP) and cleared the Pre-exam test.
  • Which exams are to be cleared to become a CMA?
    There shall be three levels of examination to be cleared in CMA Course: CMA Foundation CMA INTERMEDIATE  CMA FINAL
  • How much does CMA Foundation cost?
    The CMA foundation course fees amount to Rs.6,000 as CMA Foundation registration fees
  • What is the foundation course of CMA?
    The CMA Foundation test comprises four papers, namely, Business Laws and Business Communication, Fundamental of Financial & Cost Accounting, Fundamentals of Business Mathematics & statistics, Fundamentals of Business Economics & Management.
  • Who is eligible for the CMA Foundation course?
    Students Who have appeared in Class 12th Examination.
  • Can I take the CMA exam remotely?
    Remote testing is currently not available for the CMA exam.
  • What is required to earn CMA certification?
    · Active membership in IMA (Institute of Management Accountants) · A bachelor's degree from an accredited college/university or a related professional certification · Complete two continuous years of professional experience in management accounting or financial management. This requirement may be completed prior to or within seven years of passing the examination. · Passing Parts 1 and 2 of the CMA exam. For further details, please refer to the CMA Handbook.
  • Do I have to take parts 1 and 2 in this order, and do I have to take them together?
    No, you can take parts 1 and 2 in any order. You have the option of taking both together on the same day, although many members choose to separate their testing dates
  • When do I receive my exam Performance Report?
    Performance Reports are sent via e-mail from Prometric to all candidates who take an exam part. The performance reports are emailed approximately 14 days after exam results are posted to the candidate’s profile. Candidates who do not pass the exam will receive a report that indicates their performance on each of the key topic areas in the multiple-choice section as well as their overall performance on the essay section of the exam.
  • How do I register for an exam part?
    The CMA exams are computer-based and administered at hundreds of Prometric Test Centers worldwide. With three testing windows each year, you can sit for an exam at a time and place convenient for you. If you are enrolled in the CMA program and are ready to sit for the exam, here are the steps: 1. Pick your testing window. Testing windows are offered in January/February, May/June, and September/October. 2. Register for the exam at www.imaonlinestore.com. 3. Receive your authorization number(s) along with further instructions. 4. Schedule your exam appointment(s) with Prometric, our testing partner, at www.prometric.com/ICMA.
  • How do I enroll in the CMA program?
    1. Visit imanet.org/cma-certification to apply. You will need to purchase the CMA entrance fee and IMA membership. The application process takes about 10 minutes. 2. Register for the exam. You can register for Part 1 and Part 2 in any order or register for both at the same time. Prepare to complete certification requirements including submitting your education transcript and work experience. This can be done before or after passing the exam but is required as a final step to become certified.
  • When can I take the exam?
    Exams are offered according to the following schedule: · January and February · May and June · September and October To schedule exam appointments, visit www.prometric.com/ICMA or call (800) 479-6370. To ensure your first choice of date, time, and location, it is best to schedule your appointment at least four weeks in advance. All exam appointments must be scheduled at least 72 hours in advance of the exam date. Once you are registered, you must take the exam part during your assigned testing session. If, for any reason, you are unable to schedule an exam appointment during the assigned testing window, you will need to pay another registration fee. Appointments cannot be rescheduled to another testing window.
  • What is the pass rate for the CMA exam?
    The pass rate on the CMA differs by geographic region, but averages about 50% on both parts 1 and 2
  • What is ICMA?
    ICMA® (Institute of Certified Management Accountants) is the certification affiliate of IMA. ICMA is responsible for developing, administering, and grading the CMA exam; establishing the policies and procedures for the CMA program; and for ensuring the program’s overall integrity. The ICMA Board of Regents is responsible for setting policies, and the ICMA staff is responsible for operations.
  • What is IMA?
    IMA® (Institute of Management Accountants) is one of the largest and most respected associations focused exclusively on advancing the management accounting profession. IMA offers its members exclusive access to the CMA® (Certified Management Accountant) program. We are committed to helping you – and our network of more than 100,000+ members – to expand your professional skills, better manage your organization, and enhance your career.
  • Where do I take the CMA exam?
    Candidates take the CMA exam in person at a Prometric Test Center. In accordance with local customs, Prometric Test Centers are available throughout the U.S. and internationally. To locate a test center, please visit www.prometric.com/ICMA.
  • What's new in the 2023 CFA level I curriculum?
    While in 2022, candidates had 60 modules to go through before sitting their exams, now they have 73 learning modules for the 2023 CFA level I exam. Therefore, here are some changes worth highlighting in the new CFA level I curriculum: There are major structures for Derivatives and Alternative Investment topics.
  • What is the CFA® charter?
    Let’s start with the basics. The Chartered Financial Analyst® (CFA) charter is a professional designation administered by CFA Institute. According to CFA Institute, it’s the most respected and recognized investment management designation in the world.
  • Who will be tested on CFA level 1?
    All candidates who sit for exams in from 2024 will be tested on the updated Level 1 curriculum. More information on what has changed by level can be found on the CFA Institute website when registration opens in May.
  • What is the format of Level I of the CFA exam?
    The exam format is computer-based with 180 multiple-choice questions. There are two 2 hours and 15 minute session times. Learn about the best way to study for the CFA Level I exam.
  • How do I earn the CFA charter?
    To earn the CFA charter, you must pass three levels of the exam in order: Level I, Level II, and Level III. Each exam builds on the mastery demonstrated by achieving a passing score on the previous exam
  • What are the requirements for FRM Certification?
    Pass the FRM Exam Part I Pass the FRM Exam Part II by December 31 of the fourth year of passing the FRM Part I Submit two years of full-time relevant financial risk management work experience
  • What is the exam format?
    FRM Exam Part I is an equally weighted 100 question multiple-choice Exam, and the FRM Exam Part II is an equally weighted 80 question multiple-choice Exam. Both Exams are administered via computer-based testing (CBT).
  • What are the exam windows for the FRM Computer-Based Testing (CBT) exams?
    The exam windows are provided below: FRM Part I May 11-17, 2024 August 9-10, 2024 November 9-15, 2024 FRM Part II May 18-22, 2024 August 9-10, 2024 November 16-19, 2024
  • What are the requirements for submitting my two years of full-time work experience?
    A candidate has five years to submit his/her work experience after passing the FRM Exam Part II. Experience up to 10 years prior to passing both Exams is applicable as well. If he/she does not complete this step within this timeframe, the candidate will be required to re-enroll in the program, pay all applicable fees, and retake the FRM Exam Part I and the FRM Exam Part II.
  • Are there any prerequisites needed before enrolling in the FRM Program?
    There are no educational or professional prerequisites needed to register.
  • In what language can I take the Exam?
    Exams are offered in English only, specifically American English. GARP is aware that not every candidate’s native language is American English. In the exam development process, GARP makes every effort to ensure that questions are written in a clear, concise form and avoid the use of colloquialisms or other terms and phrases that might confuse a non-native American English speaker.
  • What is a PTIN, and do I need one for EA preparation?
    A PTIN (Preparer Tax Identification Number) is required for tax professionals to prepare tax returns and represent clients before the IRS. You can apply for a PTIN at any time and renew it annually.
  • What are the benefits of becoming an Enrolled Agent(EA)?
    Becoming an Enrolled Agent (EA) offers many benefits, including: 1) Career growth: EAs have a wide range of career opportunities, including working in accounting firms, tax preparation offices, businesses, and government agencies.
 2) Higher earning potential: EAs typically earn more than non-certified tax preparers.
 3) Prestige: EAs are federally authorized tax specialists and are recognized as experts in the field of taxation.
 4) Personal and professional development: EAs are required to complete continuing education courses each year to maintain their credential. This ensures that they stay up-to-date on the latest tax laws and regulations and continue to develop their skills and knowledge. Becoming an EA is a challenging credential to earn, but the benefits are well worth it.
  • How many parts are there in the Enrolled Agent exam, and can I take them separately?
    The Enrolled Agent exam consists of three parts: Individuals, Businesses, and Representation, Practices & Procedures. While you can take all three together, it's advisable to focus on one part at a time for better preparation.
  • What is an Enrolled Agent (EA), and why is it a valuable credential?
    An Enrolled Agent (EA) is a tax professional authorized by the IRS to represent taxpayers. It's one of the highest credentials in the tax field, demonstrating expertise in tax law and regulations.
  • Why should I learn QuickBooks?
    It helps new businesses manage and start bookkeeping businesses, and professionals use it for accounting, mobile app support, etc. These are reasons to learn QuickBooks.
  • What is QuickBooks?
    QuickBooks is a full-featured financial and business management suite complete with tools for inventory, accounting, payroll, invoicing, tax filing, bank account tracking and reconciliation, budgeting, expense management, payment processing, and accounts receivable and payable management.
  • Which delivery methods I can choose for the QuickBooks Training?
    Online/Offline
  • What will I learn during the QuickBooks Training course?
    During the QuickBooks Training course, you will learn various essential topics such as how to install QuickBooks, use sales tax codes, choose and customize an invoice form, create purchase orders, edit and void pay checks, budgeting types, etc
  • WHO CAN ENROLL FOR THE COURSE?
    This courseware is highly recommended for working professionals and students who aspire to build a successful career in the Accounts, Inventory, Finance, Taxation and Banking sectors or as an entrepreneur. To get enrolled for Tally Professional, one must have completed his Graduation.
  • HOW CAN I ENROLL FOR THE COURSE?
    You can enroll for the course through our partner network spread across the country and globally. LOCATE A PARTNER nearby and enrol today for the course.
  • WHAT BACKGROUND KNOWLEDGE IS NECESSARY FOR TAKING THIS COURSE?
    To get enrolled for TallyProfessional, one must be a working professional and must have completed his graduation in any stream. You can then take the course since it has been designed in the best and simplest way possible which is aligned with the all new TallyPrime software.
  • HOW WILL THIS COURSE HELP ME IN MY CAREER?
    TallyProfessional certification program that covers topics on advanced accounting, inventory and taxation modules including payroll and income tax. The content is aligned with the NSDC Qualification Pack and as per the current market requirement which makes it industry-preferred.
  • IS THE ASSESSMENT NECESSARY?
    The assessment is necessary to complete the course and attain the specialization certificate which will help your career growth and enable you to showcase the certificate.
  • HOW CAN I ENROLL FOR THE COURSE?
    You can enroll for the course through our partner network spread across the country and globally. LOCATE A PARTNER nearby and enroll today for the course.
  • HOW WILL THIS COURSE HELP ME IN MY CAREER?
    TallyProfessional certification program that covers topics on advanced accounting, inventory and taxation modules including payroll and income tax. The content is aligned with the NSDC Qualification Pack and as per the current market requirement which makes it industry-preferred.
  • Who should join this course?
    Undergraduate or graduate or anyone who wants to have an understanding of concepts and implementation of GST.
  • Why is this course Unique?
    The course curriculum design covers all the major aspects of GST along with its implementation in Tally. The course begins by acquainting the learner with the various concepts of GST and then progresses to implementation and impact of GST in the taxation system, including processing and recording of GST transactions using Tally software. The combination of GST concepts, implementation and impact, delivered by industry experienced faculty makes this course unique.
  • What are the pre-requisites for the enrolment?
    There are as such no pre-requisites for enrolments except the eligibility criteria.
  • IS THE ASSESSMENT NECESSARY?
    The assessment is necessary to complete the course and attain the specialization certificate which will help your career growth and enable you to showcase the certificate.
  • What learning resources are available?
    Expert Faculty: Recognized practitioner experienced in related field interacting with students. Apart from guiding students on concepts and its implementation, he will pose challenges to learners to think through all the topics leading to better learning and increased retention. Study Material: Students will be provided with study materials developed by Tally. Also students can refer to Tally reference materials to obtain answers to queries generated during the learning process. Hands-on Learning: Apart from classroom hours, learners will be provided with dedicated machine room hours to practice their learnings on Tally software.
  • What topics are covered as a part of the curriculum?
    Topics covered will be: GST concepts, Supply of Goods & Services, Time & Value of Supply, Invoicing & Input Credit Mechanism, Returns & Payment of Tax, Input Service Distributor, E-Commerce & Compliance Rating etc.
  • IFRS certification- is it worth it?
    The IFRS Certification increases the professionals' capability to update their skills, as well as their ability to work at bigger companies.
  • What is the IASB?
    The IASB is an independent accounting standard-setting body, based in London. It consists of 15 members from multiple countries, including the United States. The IASB began operations in 2001 when it succeeded the International Accounting Standards Committee. It is funded by contributions from major accounting firms, private financial institutions and industrial companies, central and development banks, national funding regimes, and other international and professional organizations throughout the world. While the AICPA was a founding member of the International Accounting Standards Committee, the IASB's predecessor organization, it is not affiliated with the IASB. The IASB neither sponsors nor endorses the AICPA's IFRS resources website (www.IFRS.com).
  • What is IFRS?
    International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) are a set of accounting standards developed by the International Accounting Standards Board (IASB) that is becoming the global standard for the preparation of public company financial statements
  • How widespread is the adoption of IFRS around the world?
    Approximately 120 nations and reporting jurisdictions permit or require IFRS for domestic listed companies, although approximately 90 countries have fully conformed with IFRS as promulgated by the IASB and include a statement acknowledging such conformity in audit reports.
  • Which types of organizations should adhere to IFRS?
    Public-trade and corporate businesses planning to expand globally are required to follow IFRS standards and companies whose annual turnover exceeds 250 crores must follow IFRS.
  • What are the advantages of converting to IFRS?
    By adopting IFRS, a business can present its financial statements on the same basis as its foreign competitors, making comparisons easier. Furthermore, companies with subsidiaries in countries that require or permit IFRS may be able to use one accounting language company-wide. Companies also may need to convert to IFRS if they are a subsidiary of a foreign company that must use IFRS, or if they have a foreign investor that must use IFRS. Companies may also benefit by using IFRS if they wish to raise capital abroad.
  • What are the eligibility requirements?
    A course on IFRS is designed for professionals who work in the accounting or auditing departments. The professional taking this course should have a degree in accounting and at least two years of experience.
  • Can I access the study materials?
    Yes, study materials are accessible online through our learning platform anytime and anywhere.
  • Which bank exams don't include an interview?
    There is no interview for bank clerical exams such as SBI Clerk, IBPS RRB Clerk, IBPS Clerk, and RBI Assistant
  • How does online coaching for Bank Exams work?
    Online coaching for Bank Exams at Kalyan Institute involves live classes, study materials, mock tests, and doubt-solving sessions delivered online.
  • How do I pass the bank exam on the first try?
    By working through previous year's test questions, you can gain insight into the format of the questions and quickly identify the crucial subjects, increasing your chances of passing the bank exam on the first try.
  • Is online coaching effective for Bank Exam preparation?
    Online coaching can be highly effective, providing personalized attention, flexibility, and access to quality study materials.
  • Can I study at home for the bank exam?
    Yes, you can study at home for the bank exam. The best strategy includes solving practice test questions, practicing regularly, making a schedule, adhering to time management, and more to pass the particular kind of banking exam.
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