CA-CPT Examination : An Introduction

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Highlights of this paragraph:

  1. Scope of CA
  2. How to enter in CA profession
  3. Marking scheme
  4. How ca learning can help  CA CPT students

As we know that the Chartered Accountancy qualification is recognised internationally and is the professional qualification choice for businesses worldwide. Chartered Accountants in public practice as well as those employed in industry, finance and commerce are playing an integral role in developing economy, innovative financial tools, management, consultancy services, risk management, corporate governance, strategic management and other areas.

 

The first stage or entry level test in a ‘Chartered Accountancy course’ is commonly known as CPT i.e. Common Proficiency Test which is an objective type test consisting of 4 subjects. These four subjects namely Fundamental Accounting, Mercantile Laws, General Economics and Quantitative Aptitude are asked to test the basic knowledge of the candidate in these subjects.

 

The test consist of 200 questions comprising 1 mark each and conducted in two different sessions of 2 hours each with a small break in between.. The first session is of Fundamental Accounting – 60 marks & Mercantile Laws – 40 marks and the other session is of General Economics – 50 marks & Quantitative Aptitude – 50 marks.

 

To pass in this test, a student has to secure a minimum of 50 per cent marks in aggregate and 30 per cent in each subject. Also there is a negative marking of 0.25 for each wrong answer by the student.

 

The Chartered Accountancy course requires complete dedication, hard work and commitment. Our organisation ‘CALearning’ helps students in achieving their goals in this esteemed qualification course by providing good quality coaching lectures [both online & offline], self-motivation, guidance by the teachers/faculty, Q & A sessions etc.

 

For more queries, you can contact at info@calearning.in

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