CA Intermediate Exam - Course, eligibility,
Syllabus, and Fees
CA Intermediate is the second level of the Chartered Accountancy examination conducted by the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India, the second largest accounting body in the world. The first stage of the Chartered Accountancy examination is the CA foundation course, and the final stage is the CA final course. According to ICAI, students who have cleared the CA foundation course are eligible to apply/ register for the CA Intermediate course. As a part of the CA intermediate course, the candidate is also required to register for 3 years of article-ship/ practical training. The study material for the CA intermediate exam consisting of questions for practice, revision test papers, mock test papers, question papers, and suggested answers are provided by the Board of Studies (BOS) of ICAI.
The CA intermediate course offered by GAPA in association with Nagindas Khandwala College of Commerce, Arts & Management studies (in Affiliation to the University of Mumbai) is designed to provide structured guidance to aspiring students as well as equip them with detailed knowledge about numerous aspects of the field of Finance and Accounting.
CA Intermediate Syllabus:
The CA intermediate course exam consists of 2 Groups and 8 different subjects: