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Want to become a Charted Accountant (CA)

Actually all students crosses the first important step in their life by completing their 10th standard board exams.                It had been challenging factor for every student, after your exams enjoy holidays and relax yourself. But remember this is only the first step in your life now it’s time for you to think about your next step in your future this crucial period decides your entire career so be careful while taking the decisions.

First step to plan your future is choosing the field or group in which you want your career to be really matters.

If you choose Math’s stream then you have lot of options to choose for example consider CA means Charted Accountant this field is in high demand in wide range of industries in all sectors. CA is the course of prestigious career. But if you want to become a Charted Accountant then definitely you should have passion and interest towards accounting and financial sector.

If you really interested to become a CA then here is the information for you.

  • First step is choosing commerce group with accounts and business mathematics

There are 4 levels in CA:

  1. CA common proficiency test (CPT) i.e recently changed to CA Foundation Course
  2. IPCC (Integrated Professional Competence Course or IPCE (Intermediate)
  3. Training under a practicing CA
  4. Charted Accountant (C.A)Final

Above mentioned are the four stages you have to finish successfully to become a CA

According to the new syllabus the changes will be implemented by November 2016 or May 2017 till that time old syllabus will prevail. Students are eligible to appear for CA Foundation Course after 12th standard. This exam will have subjective questions for 200 marks and objective questions for 200 marks total 400 marks. Following syllabus covers subjective and objective questions:

  • Principles and practices of Accounting
  • Business mathematics
  • Logical Reasoning
  • Statistics
  • Mercantile law
  • General English
  • Business Economics and business commercial knowledge

Once this test is cleared students can apply for IPCC, in this students undergoes Information technology and orientation training. Then students can carry-out article ship for practical training of three years under a charted accountant. Last stage is final CA exam that covers following subjects

  • Financial Reporting
  • Strategic financial management
  • Advanced auditing
  • Corporate laws & Economic laws
  • Advanced management accounting
  • Financial services
  • Markets & Information systems
  • Control and audit
  • Advanced tax laws
  • International taxation

Once students finish all the exams then they will be the charted accountants.

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Problems in learning English and how to improve it for competitive exams

English language being one of the most spoken language around the world and many people choose to learn the language to secure work or communicative effectively. In India all competitive exams conducts in English language so If you want to take training for any IIT, IIM, CA, CS, JEE first you should learn an English language. Not only this after finishing Degree in India if you want to do your Masters in Abroad then you should be very good at English language. So first article I am sharing is about English language. When learning a language to master it could be challenging. English learners come across many difficulties and problems in learning. They can make typical mistakes in English pronunciation, grammar and vocabulary.

Here are 3 biggest challenges learners of English must be aware to master the language:

  1. PRONUNCIATION: To be honest, reading about pronunciation is not going to take you anywhere. You have to speak English to master the pronunciations even if you go wrong.

    Every English speaking country has its own form of English. Pronunciations are different in each county’s English. You need to start clarifying and neutralizing your own regional English accent and then move on to learning the accents of other countries.

  1. Learn the phonetics

Phonetics symbols help to pronounce words correctly such as ‘cat’ or as ‘cut’. It is advisable to have a dictionary by your side all the time for quick pronunciation references.

  1. Watch movies, listen to songs

Best way to improve pronunciation is by watching native English programmes, movies with subtitles and listening to English songs with the lyrics in front of you.

  1. Understand the alphabets

Pronunciation difference starts right at the alphabet level. For instance, ‘K’ is pronounced as ‘khay’ and same with P as ‘Phee’ (phophulation) and T as ‘Thee’  by native speakers. The ‘R’ is but merely ‘ar’ (star). The theta makes the sound (ththink) since there is no ‘ta’ sound in English. In certain combinations, vowels can produce a whole lot more difference. For example: ‘cut’ and ‘put’.

  1. Understanding Stress

Words can be split into two or more syllables. The shift in stress not only changes its pronunciation but also its meaning. For example, ‘Project – is an assignment; pro’ject – is to show.

  1. GRAMMAR: Well grammar being the science of a language. There is no shortcut for learning grammatically correct English. Its takes time to put to use the rules of English grammar. You can just follow the golden rule – Talk just the way you would write it.
  2. Tense

A tense defines the timeline of action. Verb forms need to be memorized. Fact is we do not use all the tenses in spoken English. A learner must interact with good English speakers.

  1. Common Pronoun Usage

I, he, she, they and we are subject pronouns. These pronouns are used when the subject is doing the action. Example I taught him.

Me, him, her, them and us are object pronouns. They simply receive an action. Example Teach me.

  1. Voice

Active voice is simple to frame and speak. Active voice has a subject as the doer of the action. Whenever you change a sentence from active to passive, the subject and verb swap. Example WRONG- The award was gone to by Will Smith.
Example RIGHT- The award was received by Will Smith.

  1. Preposition

It shows the relationship of an object to its surrounding. Remember first the Preposition and then the Object. Example I go to school.

  1. Miscellaneous Tips

‘Does’ is answered by ‘s’ in the verb form and is used for singular.
Example: What does she do? She teaches.

‘Do’ is answered by present tense of the verb and is used for plural.

Example: What do they do? They learn.

  1. VOCABULARY – Building new vocabulary makes your speech and written language more interesting. It takes time and practice.
  2. Active Vocabulary building

Read books, magazines and newspapers to learn new words. Keep a dictionary to look up new words. By understanding the meaning as you learn helps to remember the word. Another source of building vocabulary is conversing and writing. To sound good and write you need to have new words.

  1. Passive Vocabulary building

Learn nouns (names, places, and things.) Movies and music also provide new vocabularies.

  1. Memorizing and using the learnt words

No two words in English mean the same. There are many synonyms that help you to use the newly learnt word in the correct context. When you learn new words, write them down with their meaning. Use them in sentence and review them regularly. If you do not revise, you will forget it. Learning random words never help. They have to be used every day, in correct context for our brain too imbibe it.

Just a word to conclude it all: ‘Practice makes perfect.’ Read, speak, write and listen as much as you can to build your language, for it is the sign of a learned person. Personal learning processes plays a vital role in overcoming challenges faced in learning English learning.