Eligibility : + 2 (HSC) Pass of Any Group

CA FOUNDATION latest Syllabus, w.e.f. 01 July 2017

Paper 1 Principles and Practices of Accounting 100 Marks
Paper 2 (Part I) Business Laws 60 Marks
Paper 2 (Part - II) Business Correspondence Reporting 40 Marks
Paper 3 (Part - I) Business Mathematics and Logical Reasoning 60 Marks
Paper 3 (Part - II) Statistics 40 Marks
Paper 4 (Part - I) Business Economics 60 Marks
Paper 4 (Part - II) Business and Commercial Knowledge 40 Marks


1 : Students Registered on or before 30th June / 31st December will be Eligible to appear in November / May Examination.

2 : Passing Percentage : 40% in Each Subject and Aggregate  50%

3 : Paper Number 1 & 2 are Descriptive Type and Paper Number 3 & 4 are Objective Type (MCQ) with Negative Marking.

4 : Examination : Every year in May & November.


Eligibility : CA FOUNDATION Passed / ANY DEGREE

CA INTERMEDIATE - Latest Syllabus, w.e.f. 01 July 2017

Paper 1 Accounting 100 Marks
Paper 2 Company Law 60 Marks
Paper 2B Other Laws 40 Marks
Paper 3 Cost and Management Accounting 100 Marks
Paper 4A Income Tax Laws 60 Marks
Paper 4B Indirect Tax 40 Marks
Paper 5 Advanced Accounting 100 Marks
Paper 6 Auditing and Assurance 100 Marks
Paper 7A Enterprise Information Systems 50 Marks
Paper 7B Strategic Management 50 Marks
Paper 8A Financial Management 60 Marks
Paper 8B Economics for Finance 40 Marks


1. Minimum Qualifying Marks : 40% in Each Paper

2. Aggregate : 50% in all the Papers in that Group.

The subjects of Intermediate Course are classified into two groups which a student can study and appear in the examination group-wise or both the groups together.


Eligibility : CA INTERMEDIATE Pass

CA Final - Latest Syllabus, w.e.f. 01 July 2017

Paper 1 Financial Reporting 100 Marks
Paper 2 Strategic Financial Management 100 Marks
Paper 3 Advanced Auditing and Professional Ethics 100 Marks
Paper 4A Corporate Laws 60 Marks
Paper 4B Economic Laws 40 Marks
Paper 5 Strategic Cost Management and Performance Evaluation 100 Marks
Paper 6 Elective Papers - Any one out of 6 subjects 100 Marks
6A Risk Management
6B Financial Services and Capital Markets
6C International Taxation
6D Economic Laws
6E Global Financial Reporting Standards
6F Multi-Disciplinary Case Study
Paper 7A Direct Tax Laws 70 Marks
Paper 7B International Taxation 30 Marks
Paper 8A Indirect Tax Laws - Goods & Service Tax 75 Marks
Paper 8B Indirect Tax Laws - Customs and FTP 25 Marks


1. Minimum Marks : 40% in Each Paper to be qualified

2. Aggregate : 50% in all the Papers in the Group to be qualified

The subjects of Final Course are divided into Two groups (GP-I & GP-II) and a student may appear for the Exam either of the Groups or Both the Groups in Single Attempt. To get the All India Rank , a student has to appear for both the Groups simultaneously either in May or November in a year. There is no limit for number of Attempts in any exams.

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