CBM in collaboration with CIPL brings you professional CA courses to prepare and guide students pursuing CA courses.
CIPL Academy is one of Nepal’s best educational institutes in providing quality education in the field of Chartered Accountancy.
We have been offering exam preparation classes/ guidance to the students pursuing chartered accounting courses under The Institute of Chartered Accountants of Nepal (ICAN) and Institute of Chartered Accountants of India (ICAI). This institute is managed by highly experienced professional academicians and Chartered Accountants.
Required General Education Courses :
At the time of admission
- Under ICAN:-
- CAP-I/ Foundation: 10+2 pass or result awaiting students in any discipline.
- CAP-II/ Intermediate: CA Foundation pass or commerce graduates having not less than 50% marks or non-commerce graduates having not less than 60% marks.
- Final: CA Intermediate pass and registered as an Articled trainee under a practicing Chartered Accountant by signing an Articleship Deed.
- Under ICAI:
- Foundation: 10+2 pass or result awaiting students in any discipline.
- Intermediate: Foundation Pass
- Final: Intermediate Pass
- Examinations are held twice a year (June & December). However, a student is required to complete the prescribed period from the date of registration to appear in the examination.
- A student is declared passed if he/she secure a minimum of 50% in aggregate and 40% in each subject in each level
- Under ICAI
- Examinations are held twice a year (May & November). A student is required to register on or before 31st December and 30th June to appear in the examination for May and November attempts respectively for foundation level.
- A student is declared passed if he/she secures 50% marks in aggregate and atleast 40% in each subject in all three levels.
1. Are there any scholarships for the course?
CIPL Academy has been providing scholarships on tuition fees to the students. Hundreds of students have been benefited from CIPL's Scholarship Scheme. From time to time, students are provided scholarships based on their performance in the following different examinations.
1. Based on the percentage of Grade XI/10+2 exam.
2. Based on the result of the Internal Class Test.
3. Based on Board (ICAN/ICAI) examination result.
(For more detail, please contact at CIPL office)
2. What are the career scopes of CA?
- CA’s can choose to set up their own independent practice and develop their clients on merit.
- They can apply for a job at an existing firm of Chartered Accountants.
- They can offer their services in the field of capital market & private Sector.
- A qualified Chartered Accountant can join the Government Service, Public Sector or even in the Private Sector.
- Institute of CA is also well recognized abroad like in England, Wales and Australia so one can even practice in these countries as well.
- It is not necessary that a CA has to work only on number crunching and excel sheets. A CA employed with a firm can also contribute towards decision-making and enhancement of profits for the firm.
- CA is emerging as a good career option for women as it allows work to be done at one’s own pace and time, and, also allows one to control the money flow. Besides, a CA is free to take a break in his / her profession.
- There is no constraint on study hours – that is, you do not have to go to college to study and you can control the pace of your study.
- Articleship is a mandatory part of the curriculum, and as such, it gives you practical experience while doing articleship. An aspirant can choose the organization they want to work with.
- Most of the CA’s end up being entrepreneurs. They are their own boss. CA’s can choose to become tax advisers and consultants also.
- Maintaining continuity in career is easier for a Chartered Accountant, as they can afford to take breaks and sabbaticals and make a comeback after little brushing up of knowledge.