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Structural changes in CA Course

Structural changes in CA Course
New Proposed Scheme of Education and Training applicable from May 16 onwards was released at the Annual Function held yesterday i.e. February 11th 2015 at Delhi. A complete booklet outlining the Scheme and also significant changes along with reasons thereof can be checked at

ISCA is discontinued
Financial Services and Capital Markets to replace it
Direct Tax to be divided into Advanced Tax Management (60 Marks) and International Taxation (40 Marks)
New syllabus

1. Fundamentals of accounting 100
2. Quantitative aptitude 100
3a. Mercantile law 60
3b. Economics 40
4a. English 50
4b. Business communication 50

Group 1.
1. Accounting 100
2. Company law 60 + other laws 20 + ethics 20
3. Cost accounting 100
4. Direct taxes 100
Group 2
5. Advanced accounting 100
6. Auditing and assurance 100
7. Financial management 100
8. Indirect taxes 100

Group 1
1. Financial reporting 100
2. Strategic financial management 100
3. Advanced auditing and professional ethics 100
4. Corporate and other economic laws 100

Group 2
5. Advanced management accounting 100
6. Financial services and capital markets 100
7. Advanced tax management 60 and international taxation 40
8. Indirect tax laws 100


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