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Mba/ca?

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Asked by prashant Sahay, 28 Dec '07 12:37 pm
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Answered by Sunil Kumar, 17 Sep '09 09:13 am

 
  
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Answered by sumati gayki, 11 Sep '09 08:58 am

 
  
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It is well known fact that passing CA is difficult. To become a CA you need to put in more hardwork & perseverance rather than brilliance or IQ. In Engg or Medicine, they filter you in the beginning & thereafter in 4 or 5 yrs surely you come out with a degree. But in CA there is no filtering initially but getting passed is difficult. Many aspiring Chartered Accountants end up as accountants (time catches up - after 7 or 8 yrs of doing CA! ). Moreover, after CA qualification too, the returns aren't too lucrative commensurate to the hardwork you put in to earn that title. First attempt CAs earn fancy salaries while others (exceptions excluded) start earning a pittance when compared to an average BE (Comp Science/IT) or MCA & B School MBAs. So if you have accounting/finance in your genes, or your dad is running a successful CA firm (& you want to take over) or you don't have to worry about settling soon (or rather not under pressure to earn money), you can very well do CA. In my humble op ...more
Answered by Ram Kumar G, 04 Jan '08 04:28 pm

 
  
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