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Courses along with ca

Sowmen Ghosh. (articled trainee) (114 Points)

20 February 2014  
I am doing my articleship And doing my final year of bcom. Now i feel the need for some additional courses that add to my qualifications. Note: I have considered doing cs, cwa. etc. But these are of long duration i.e. 2 to 3 years if i start now. So please do suggest me some good and beneficial courses (for short duration). Also need advice on whether i should do m.com or not... (as said by my friend - just to add more weightage to my cv, if not for knowledge addition )..... Thanks in advance.

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@*CS Siddharth Bumb. * (B.Com, CA Final, CS ) (5270 Points)
Replied 20 February 2014

If you are interrsted in share market or wanna know about share market then go for NCFM exams of nse...
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sakshi (article) (42 Points)
Replied 20 February 2014

But you cannot do any other course till u complete your graduation.
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Rahul jain (LEARNING & TEACHING) (435 Points)
Replied 20 February 2014

agree with sakshi....as per icai norm u can only do one course along with article ship.... when  ur articleship ended and u get aricleship completion certificate then u should go for another course...

and in y opinion u should go Cs bcoz after ur graduation u can get direct entry and if u cleared in one shot then with in two year u will be Cs....

have  a good luck dear....smiley

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Devyash Patel (article) (162 Points)
Replied 20 February 2014

U also go for CISA.
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jimit shukla (Audit Manager) (24 Points)
Replied 20 February 2014

Complete bcom then do cs .it can b completed in 1.yr Or go cfp course
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SANJAY RATHORE (article) (60 Points)
Replied 20 February 2014

Agree with sidharth bomb u can do diploma in ncfm ... If u r interested in share market ... If u get ncfm diploma in some areas than it will be more beneficial in getting job's in banks as a portfolio manager and in different mutual funds also
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Sowmen Ghosh. (articled trainee) (114 Points)
Replied 20 February 2014

THANK YOU SO MUCH ALL OF YOU FOR ALL OF YOUR CONSTRUCTIVE REPLIES.

Sowmen Ghosh. (articled trainee) (114 Points)
Replied 20 February 2014

AND I AM NOT DOING ANOTHER COURSE WITH CA AND BCOM. THE LAST SEMESTER EXAM OF MY BCOM IS ON MARCH 2014. SO I WAS PLANNING TO DO SOME OTHER COURSE AFTER BCOM. 

I THINK THAT I MAY GO FOR NCFM (AS SAID BY MR.SIDDHARTH BUMB AND MR. RAHUL SINGH RATHORE... THANK YOU ONCE AGAIN) OR EVEN CFP (AS SAID BY MR. JIMIT SHUKLA... THANK YOU TOO)

AGAIN THANK YOU ALL.

Atishay Jian (student) (22 Points)
Replied 21 February 2014

What is the duration of ncfm ?...

mayank agarwal (CA fianlist BCOM(H) CS student )   (577 Points)
Replied 22 February 2014

Originally posted by : Sowmen Ghosh.
I am doing my articleship And doing my final year of bcom. Now i feel the need for some additional courses that add to my qualifications. Note: I have considered doing cs, cwa. etc. But these are of long duration i.e. 2 to 3 years if i start now. So please do suggest me some good and beneficial courses (for short duration). Also need advice on whether i should do m.com or not... (as said by my friend - just to add more weightage to my cv, if not for knowledge addition )..... Thanks in advance.

Please do your internship from a good firm and read economic times and clear CA final in first attempt . this will be the biggest carreer booster package for anyone of us . After CA you can go for MBA for 1 year from ISB Hyderabad but they ask for workex so gain it ...

J.K.E (Student) (79 Points)
Replied 17 March 2016

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