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RG - A Helping Hand (Company Secretary)     31 August 2011

Courses available after CA or CS

Hi All,

 

In CCI a frequently asked question is what are the options available after CA or CS? So please find below some suggestions.

 

There are many courses which you can pursue with CA or CS. However the choice and decision depends upon many factors like one’s own interest, cost, duration, time devotion etc. depending upon your circumstances.

 

In this regard I’d suggest you to explore your own interest and then decide what you want to do in future.

 

Some of the options available are:



1. CS, ICWA, CFA (US), CMA(UK). These are Long term duration with more than 3 years.



2. CPA, CFP, CIA, CISA etc. are medium term duration depending upon the devotion and your level of knowledge.



3. Further there are many certification programmes like, CIFRS, NCFM, CMA (US) etc. NCFM course is conducted by the Indian Stock Exchanges and concerned with security market.



The combination of CA+CFA is good in case the interest is for Investment banking and Portfolio Management.



The combination of
CA+CPA is also a good one in case interest is in Accounting and Auditing field.



The Combination of
CA+CS is also good. With this combination you will be able to handle Secretarial deptt along with Account and finance deptt. It is also very helpful to take top chances to work with top management.

 

Hope this information help you. You are welcome to share your thoughts.

 

Thanks

RG



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Ashok kumar

Ashok kumar (CA Final)     31 August 2011

Thanks for sharing.....

Sourav Banerjee MA,MSW

Sourav Banerjee MA,MSW (Shabda Bramha)     31 August 2011

Dear Richankji,

Nice analysis.

Please tell us what course should we (who are in full-time employment) go for after completing CS and also about the prospect of doing PhD.

Waiting for your valued suggestion.

Regards

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RG - A Helping Hand

RG - A Helping Hand (Company Secretary)     31 August 2011

Sir i would advise you to go for NCFM certification  after completing CS.

Further PhD is also good for research etc. However i dont think the same would plays any imp role for job purpose.

 

RG

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Biswajit Ghosh

Biswajit Ghosh (PNB(executive officer))     31 August 2011

thanks bro..

Vikas Aggarwal

Vikas Aggarwal (CA )     31 August 2011

CA+CS is good and better otherwise CA is quit enough

sanket

sanket (article)     31 August 2011

what about doing MBA after CA..what value is added by MBA????

Sourav Banerjee MA,MSW

Sourav Banerjee MA,MSW (Shabda Bramha)     31 August 2011

A simple word of thanks is not enough for such a prompt and fantastic reply. Anyway, I thank you from the bottom of my heart, Richankji, for this much-valuable suggestion.

SUSHIL KUMAR SHARMA

SUSHIL KUMAR SHARMA (COMPANY SECRETARY)     31 August 2011

Dear sir,

 

PLEASE PROVIDE ME THE DETAILS OF THE "NCFM' COURSE AND ABOUT ITS SCOPE WITH CS

 

THANKS

Namrata

Namrata (Spirutial Being)     31 August 2011

Thanks for sharing


(Guest)
Originally posted by : Namrata

Thanks for sharing
srinivass

srinivass (CA Final)     31 August 2011

Originally posted by : Sourav Banerjee MA,MSW

A simple word of thanks is not enough for such a prompt and fantastic reply. Anyway, I thank you from the bottom of my heart, Richankji, for this much-valuable suggestion.


Akhila

Akhila (pursuing CA-final,Mcom)     31 August 2011

Helpful Analysis Richank Sir...i have question what abt CA+CWA..and also whether CA+CFA or CA+CS be more demanded in the industry??i will be thankful if i get ur valuable suggestion:)

kamakshi bhutani

kamakshi bhutani (job)     31 August 2011

thanx for iformation...in which order we should go for NCFM Modules so that helpful in job......


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