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Case Studies in CA/CS/CWA Profession


CA SURENDRA KUMAR RAKHECHA 
posted on 30 January 2013



The STRENGTH of any PROFESSION is based on the type of PRACTICAL EXPOSURE it provides to its students.

 

Many CA students complain that they don't have good exposure of many subjects during their training period.

 

One of the reason is:

 

THEY THEMSELVES ARE NOT INTERESTED in STUDYING various subject materials at THEIR OWN which are easily available either at their offices, books available at shopkeepers or  latest materials available at internet (eg CAclub)

 

Professional students should treat a "CASE LAW" as a "CASE STUDY" and are advised to study its FULL CONTENTS through PROFESSIONAL MAGAZINES and JOURNALS

 

(All such magazines are subscribed by all the practising chartered accountants)

 

These case studies are alike STORIES which will help them to understand the CONCEPTS behind the LAW easily

 

Other benefits:

 

1. Reading speed will increase which is a must for professional studies

 

2. Latest developments in different Laws would be known

 

3. Your answer would be altogether different from those who just refer the name and brief contents of the case laws while answering in the exams

 

4. A wonderful career will await you the moment you have professional qualification in your hands.

 

And many more.

 

(Add value i.e. more inputs from your end after analyzing the contents  which come across during articleship training and studying the course books, magazines and journals)

 

SIXER ON LAST BALL:

 

Every PUBLISHED ANNUAL REPORT of a LIMITED COMPANY (better if it a Holding Company)  is  almost a "COMPLETE (REAL) CASE STUDY" for a commerce student.

 

AFTER HAVING A LOOK OVER IT; ANALYZE THE CONENTS THEREOF BY REFERRING THIS VERY CAREFULLY; ONE MAY BE ABLE TO "GRASP" THE MOST IMPORTANT PROFESSIONAL WORK EXPECTED FROM A PROFESSIONAL.


Published in Career
Source : Self Creation:CA Surendra Kumar Rakhecha
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