CA foundation registration fees

Here find out CA foundation course fees details

In Indian Rupees (Rs.)

  • Cost of Prospectus                              Rs.200
  • Foundation Registration Fee             Rs.9,000
  • Subscription for Students’ Journal    Rs.200
    (For one Year) (Optional)
  • Subscription for Members’ Journal  Rs.400
    (For one Year) (Optional)

For Foreign Student US$

  • Cost of Prospectus                                   20
  • Foundation Registration Fee                  700
  • Subscription for Students’ Journal        20
    (For one Year) (Optional)
  • Subscription for Members’ Journal       40
    (For one Year) (Optional)

CA CPT Mock Test

caknowledgeclub.com provides online mock tests for CA CPT Exam. Mock Tests are available for Fundamentals of Accounting, Mercantile Laws, General Economics & Quantitative Aptitude.

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CA new syllabus foundation

  • ICAI New syllabus applicable from may 2018.
  • student can enter into CA Course through Foundation route or Direct entry route depend upon his/her qualification
For Intermediate students 
For intermediate students, CA course contains 3 levels are foundation, inter and final (Foundation Entry Route)

CA Foundation new syllabus

  • Foundation Course is the entry level for Chartered Accountancy Course for Intermediate students
  • Foundation Course comprises of four papers, out of which two are subjective and two are objective type.
  • Negative marking for choosing wrong options is there in objective papers
  • Foundation Examinations are held twice a year in the months of May and November.
  • Foundation Course registration is valid for 3 years
  • Students after registration to the course are required to complete a minimum of 4 months study period from the date of registration in order to be eligible to appear in the Foundation Examination

CA Foundation subjects 

Subjective type papers 
Principles and Practice of Accounting (100 Marks)
Business Law & Business Correspondence and Reporting (100 Marks)
Section A: Business Law (60 Marks)
Section B: Business Correspondence and Reporting (40 Marks)
Objective type papers 
Business Mathematics and Logical Reasoning & Statistics (100 Marks)
Part I: Business Mathematics and Logical Reasoning (60 Marks)
Part II: Statistics (40 Marks)
Business Economics & Business and Commercial Knowledge (100 Marks)
Part I: Business Economics (60 Marks)
Part II: Business and Commercial Knowledge (40 Marks)

CA Foundation passing criteria

  • You can qualify Foundation Examination by securing 50 % in aggregate and 40 % in each subject individually or  Student has to obtain minimum 200 marks i.e. 50% of total Marks(400) for passing Foundation
  • No Subject wise linkage for passing foundation
Objective type papers 
  • Negative marking of 0.25 Marks for every incorrect answer
  • Blank answer will fetch Zero marks

Intermediate Course

  •  Join Intermediate Course after passing Foundation Examination.
Intermediate Examination
  •  Appear in Intermediate Examination on completion of 8 months of study course
Articleship 
  • Join articled training after passing either of the Group or Both Groups of Intermediate Course and after successfully undergoing ICITSS
  • Total duration  3 years
  • Last 1 year student can join for Industrial Training
  • Stipend is paid during the Articleship period
Register for Final Course.
  • Clear the balance Group (if any) of Intermediate Examination.
  • Successfully undergo Four Weeks Advanced Integrated Course on Information Technology and Soft skills (AICITSS) during the last two years of practical training but before appearing in the Final Examination.
Appear in the Final Examination
 
Appear in the Final Examination on completion of 2½ years Articleship
Memeber of ICAI
Pass Final Examination and Enroll as a member of the ICAI and be designated as “Chartered Accountant”.
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Labour Law

 

list of labour laws applicability on manufacturing units

Following are the list of labour law along with the general applicability on manufacturing units:

1) Factories Act: Ten or more workers doing manufacturing activities with the aid of power, or twenty of more workers doing manufacturing activities without aid of power

2) Contract Labour Act: This act will be applicable to the factory where the employees are working on contractual basis and their payroll is processed by the Contractor. This act is applicable premise wise and that if at one premise of the Company, if there are more than 20 employees (differs from state to state) on contract basis, then the Management has to register their premise under the said Act

3) Payment of Wages Act: This act will be applicable only in case if the salary / wages of any employee / worker will be below Rs. 24000 per month (Rs. 24000 is amended w.e.f. August 29, 2017)

4) Minimum Wages Act: This act is applicable to all the organization. Basic theme of the Act is to make sure that all the employees and workers including contract workers are paid more than minimum wage rates as specified by the Appropriate Government.

5) Employee’s Provident Fund Act: It is applicable to all the factories which define “factory” under Factories Act and to all other establishment where 20 or more employees are employed.

6) Employees’ State Insurance Act: This act is applicable to all the factories where there are more than 10 employees, further to add, it is applicable only to the employees /workers whose salary is less than Rs. 21000 per month

7) Employees’ Compensation Act: This act is applicable to all the establishment, however first preference in terms of the Insurance compensation will be covered under ESIC Act, if the injured employees are covered under the ESIC Act, else the compensation can be claimed under Employees Compensation Act.

Central / State Law:

1) Factories Act: It is central law, but the registration and license under the said Act is premise based and the separate license will be required for the multiple factories located at multiple locations.

2) Contract Labour Act: It is again central law but the registration under the said Act will be premise based and separate registration will be required for all the premises.

3) Payment of Wages Act: It is Central law and the compliance can be done centralised from the Corporate Office.

4) Minimum Wages Act: It is Central law and the compliance can be done centralised from the Corporate Office.

5) PF Act: It is Central law and the compliance can be done centralised from the Corporate Office.

6) ESIC Act: It is Central law and the compliance can be done centralised from the Corporate Office.

7) Employees Compensation Act: It is Central law and the compliance can be done centralised from the Corporate Office.

 

CA inter new syllabus 2018

CA Foundation Principles and Practice of Accounting

CA Foundation Syllabus Principles and Practice of Accounting

Paper 1: Principles and Practice of Accounting (100 Marks)

Following are detail CA Foundation Syllabus contents for Paper 1 (Principles and Practice of Accounting):

1. Theoretical Framework

a) Meaning and Scope of accounting
b) Accounting Concepts, Principles and Conventions
c) Accounting terminology – Glossary
d) Capital and revenue expenditure, Capital and revenue receipts, Contingent assets and contingent liabilities
e) Accounting Policies
f) Accounting as a Measurement Discipline – Valuation Principles, Accounting Estimates.
g) Accounting Standards – Concepts and Objectives.
h) Indian Accounting Standards – Concepts and Objectives.

2. Accounting Process

(a) Books of Accounts
(b) Preparation of Trial Balance
(c) Rectification of Errors.

3. Bank Reconciliation Statement

Introduction, reasons, preparation of bank reconciliation statement including accounting for differences.

4. Inventories

Cost of inventory, Net realizable value, Basis and technique of inventory valuation and record keeping.

5. Concept and Accounting of Depreciation

Concepts, Methods of computation and accounting treatment of depreciation, Change in depreciation methods.

6. Accounting for Special Transactions

(a) Bills of exchange and promissory notes
Meaning of Bills of Exchange and Promissory Notes and their Accounting Treatment; Accommodation bills.
(b) Sale of goods on approval or return basis
Meaning of goods sent on approval or return basis and accounting treatment.
(c) Consignments
Meaning and Features of consignment business, Difference between sale and consignment, Accounting treatments for consignment transactions and events in the books of consignor and consignee.
(d) Joint Ventures for non-corporate entities
Meaning and Features of joint venture transactions, Distinction between joint venture and partnership, Methods of maintaining joint venture accounts.
(e) Royalty accounts
Meaning of the term “Royalty” and Accounting Treatment thereof.
(f) Average due Date
Meaning, Calculation of average due date in various situations.
(g) Account Current
Meaning of Account Current, Methods of preparing Account Current.

7. Final Accounts of Sole Proprietors

Elements of financial statements, Closing Adjustment Entries, Trading Account, Profit and Loss Account and Balance Sheet of Manufacturing and Non-manufacturing entities.

8. Partnership Accounts

(a) Final Accounts of Partnership Firms
(b) Admission, Retirement and Death of a Partner including Treatment of Goodwill
(c) Introduction to LLPs and Distinction of LLPs from Partnership.

9. Financial Statements of Not-for-Profit Organizations

Significance of Receipt and Payment Account, Income and Expenditure Account and Balance Sheet, Difference between Profit and Loss Account and Income and Expenditure Account. Preparation of Receipt and Payment Account, Income and Expenditure Account and Balance Sheet.

10. Introduction to Company Accounts

(a) Definition of shares and debentures
(b) Issue of shares and debentures, forfeiture of shares,re-issue of forfeited shares, redemption of preference shares

CA Foundation New Syllabus 2017

CA Foundation New Syllabus 2017 as per ICAI Revised Scheme of Education and Training with effect from July 2017.
The Committee for Review of Education and Training (CRET) of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India (ICAI) had formulated a New Proposed Scheme of Education and Training in lines with International Education Standards issued by International Federation of Accountants (IFAC) after considering the inputs from various stakeholders.

Chartered Accountancy course 2017

The Revised Scheme of Education and Training for Chartered Accountancy course will come into effect from 1st July, 2017.

Articleship for CA foundation students

examination pattern in Foundation Course
CA Course 

 

CA foundation course

 

Who can join CA foundation?

A student must have
qualified class 12th Examination

Requirements for appearing  foundation examination ?

A student must have
qualified class 12th Examination and
completed 4 months of study
period of foundation

Or

any student who has appeared Class XII and registered for Foundation course on or before 30th June/31st December and after qualifying Class XII Examination will be eligible to write in the respective November/May examination.

When are the CA Foundation Examinations held ?

The CA Foundation Examinations will be held in the month of May and November every year.

How many Papers are there in CA Foundation?

Ans: There will be 4 papers in Foundation.

Q11: What are the papers in Foundation?

Ans: Paper 1: Principles and Practices of Accounting (100 Marks)
Paper 2: Business Law & Business Correspondence and Reporting (100 Marks)
Section A: Business Law (60 Marks)
Section B: Business Correspondence and Reporting (40 Marks)
Paper 3*: Business Mathematics and Logical Reasoning &Statistics (100 Marks)
Part I: Business Mathematics and Logical Reasoning (60 Marks)
Part II: Statistics (40 Marks)
Paper 4*: Business Economics & Business and Commercial Knowledge (100 Marks)
Part I: Business Economics (60 Marks)
Part II: Business and Commercial Knowledge (40 Marks)

 

 

Articleship for CA foundation students

Articleship

Article ship is compulsory for all CA students. Duration of Articleship is 3 years. Stipend paid during Articleship period by CA Firm in which you are working.

Articleship for CA foundation route students

Commencement of Articleship for foundation students start after passing of CA foundation & passing either or both groups of Intermediate examination and after completion of Four Weeks Integrated Course on Information Technology and Soft Skills (ICITSS)

So Articleship start after foundation + complete one or both groups of Inter + complete ICITSS

Articleship Develops necessary skills in applying theoretical knowledge to practical situations.

Got work experience in the following areas during Articleship period

GST
Accounting
Auditing (including internal audit, Statutory audit, Management audit,etc)
Taxation (Direct and Indirect)
Information technology
Management Consultancy
Other areas

Stipend

Minimum Monthly Stipend paid during Articleship depend upon city & year of Articleship

CA foundation syllabus

Exam pattern of Foundation

CA Firm jobs in India

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examination pattern in Foundation Course

Foundation Course

4 papers in CA Foundation. Out of 4 papers, 2 papers are subjective type and rest of the 2 papers are objective type

 Negative marking is for objective type Papers only.

No Negative marking for subjective type papers

Negative marking of 0.25 Marks for every incorrect answer

Student can qualify Foundation Examination by securing 50 % in aggregate and 40 % in each subject individually.

subjective type papers are  Paper 1: Principles and Practices of Accounting (100 Marks)
Paper 2: Business Law & Business Correspondence and Reporting (100 Marks)
Section A: Business Law (60 Marks)
Section B: Business Correspondence and Reporting (40 Marks)

objective type Papers are

Paper 3*: Business Mathematics and Logical Reasoning &Statistics (100 Marks)
Part I: Business Mathematics and Logical Reasoning (60 Marks)
Part II: Statistics (40 Marks)
Paper 4*: Business Economics & Business and Commercial Knowledge (100 Marks)
Part I: Business Economics (60 Marks)
Part II: Business and Commercial Knowledge (40 Marks)

 

 

 

ca foundation course syllabus

What are the papers in Foundation?

Paper 1: Principles and Practices of Accounting (100 Marks)
Paper 2: Business Law & Business Correspondence and Reporting (100 Marks)
Section A: Business Law (60 Marks)
Section B: Business Correspondence and Reporting (40 Marks)
Paper 3*: Business Mathematics and Logical Reasoning &Statistics (100 Marks)
Part I: Business Mathematics and Logical Reasoning (60 Marks)
Part II: Statistics (40 Marks)
Paper 4*: Business Economics & Business and Commercial Knowledge (100 Marks)
Part I: Business Economics (60 Marks)
Part II: Business and Commercial Knowledge (40 Marks)