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MBA/Masters Needed to Become a CA in India? [#permalink]
18 Sep 2010, 03:05
I'm an American looking at going back to India, and I was wondering if one needs to go to an MBA/Masters to sit for the CA exam in India. Actually, I was wondering what the process is in general and whether its possible for NRIs to sit for the CA even? I heard that the CA exam is EXTREMELY tough and I know that accounting is slightly different in India vs the US, so I was wondering, for someone in my situation that is an NRI looking to become a CA, what would be the best way to go about doing this? Otherwise, would having a CPA be beneficial at all for Indian companies?
PS: I realize this might be the incorrect forum to place this, so if someone can put this in the right forum, if this one is inappropriate, that would be great.
Re: MBA/Masters Needed to Become a CA in India? [#permalink]
18 Sep 2010, 09:13
I am not a CA myself, but know plenty of CAs in the family to tell you that you dont need a masters nor do you need an MBA for a CA qualification in India. I do know that now it is even possible to go through the CA process without even a bachelor's degree; you need to sit through an articleship process.
The best place to seek information would be the CA institute, particularly regarding anything special about being an NRI applicant. _________________