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  • Senior Schools Certificate 10 + 2 (pass in 5 subjects including English and Mathematics / Accounts, mark of 65% in at least 2 subjects and over 50% in the others).
  • B.Com Graduates from recognized universities (No marks restrictions).
  • Any degree (B.A/B.Sc.) from a recognized university (No marks restrictions), through Foundation in Accountancy.
  • Foundation in Accountancy – Awards includes Certificate, Diplomas and revised CAT
  • Maximum Duration: Each Semester is 6 months
    10+2 students - 21/2 Years
    B.Com Students - 2 years

The ACCA Syllabus
Fundamentals  Professionals
Knowledge Module Essentials Module
Paper Subject Paper Subject
F1 Accounting  in Business P1 Governance ,Risk and Ethics
F2 Management  Accounting P2 Corporate Reporting
F3 Financial Accounting P3 Business Analysis
Skill Module Optional Module (Any two Type paper / Subject only
F4 Corporate & Business Law P4 Advanced Financial Management
F5 Performance Management P5 Advanced Performance Management
F6 Taxation P6 Advanced Taxation
F7 Financial Reporting P7 Advanced Audit & Assurance
F8 Audit  & Assurance    
F9 Financial Management    

Exams: In June & December

Frequently Asked Question's (FAQs)

1. Why a Career in Accountancy?

A career in accountancy is a great choice and can offer you excellent job opportunities. Accountants play a central function in any business; accountancy can offer you prestige and responsibility.

2. Which Accountancy course should I Choose?

ACCA – Association of Chartered Certified Accountants UK is known as the global body for professional accountants and the qualifications are available around the world. It is a preferred qualification by the employer's world over.

3. What is ACCA qualification and whether the said qualification is granted by any University?

ACCA (Membership in the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants, UK) is a professional qualification in the field of Accountancy, Auditing and Taxation and is similar to Chartered Accountancy Qualification (CA) of India. After passing all the papers in ACCA one will become an Affiliate. The Affiliate will be elevated as Associate after completing three years' professional experience (PER). ACCA is not a University Degree, but a Membership in the Association (Professional body) set up by UK Government giving special privileges and rights for betterment of profession in the Country as well as globally.

4. How popular the ACCA Course is?

ACCA has 1, 70,000 members and 4, 36,000 students in over 180 countries and has been in existence for over 100 years. ACCA has a net work of 91 offices around the world to offer support the qualification.

5. How can it be said that ACCA profession is accepted worldwide?

Among any profession, it is a well-known fact that UK professional qualifications have an edge over similar qualifications of other countries and are widely accepted in most of the countries, in the world. It is also a well known fact that in UK both Institute of Chartered Accountants of England and Wales as well as the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) are the premier professional bodies, set up to promote the profession of Accountancy, Auditing and Taxation.

6. Whether ACCA qualified professionals are permitted to work/practice in India independently?

ACCA professionals are allowed to work in India and many other countries since this programme is accepted and followed in 180 Countries. With the advent of globalization, development and integration of professional standards, negotiations are taking place between ICAI and ACCA to recognize both Indian CA and ACCA for the purpose of permitting the respective members for public practice in both countries after undergoing a proficiency course in taxation/corporate laws of countries.

7. What are the advantages for joining ACCA?

A student who has passed 10+2 having attained an age of 18 yrs is eligible to join ACCA, which means the student will become professionally qualified at the age of 21.

8. What are eligibility criteria for joining ACCA?

10+2 candidates (Commerce, Accountancy or Mathematics as one of the subjects in addition to English with 65% marks), Graduates, Postgraduates or professionals.

9. How many parts / papers are there in ACCA?

There are 14 papers for ACCA subject to exemptions

10. What are the exemptions available?
Qualifications    Exemptions
B.Com/M.Com/ICWAI           Papers F1, F2, F3, F4
MBA/CA Inter                   Papers F1, F2, F3

Papers F1, F2, F3, F4,F5, F6, F7,F8 & F9 ( All Fundamental Papers)

CS Paper F4
11. Whether all students who have qualified 10+2 can join for ACCA?

Only those students with 65% in English/ Commerce/ Math's and 50% in the remaining subjects, separately, can join for ACCA directly. Other students also eligible to join ACCA through Foundation in Accountancy Route, an entry level qualification towards ACCA

General Eligibility

  • 10 + 2 (pass in 5 subjects including English and Mathematics / Commerce, mark of 65% in at least 2 subjects and over 50% in the others).
  • B.Com Graduates from recognized university (No marks restrictions) with 4 papers exemption.
  • Any degree (B.A/B.Sc.) from a recognized university (No marks restrictions) without exemptions.
  • Foundations In Accountancy – Awards include Certificate, Diplomas and revised CAT. The students can join at any level and proceed to ACCA.
12. Besides 10+2 and Graduates, whether any other aspirants can join ACCA?

Candidates without any formal qualification can join ACCA through 'Foundations in Accountancy', irrespective of their educational qualifications.

13. What are the requirements to qualify 'Foundations in Accountancy' and join for ACCA thereafter?

The levels of FIA qualifications: Introductory, Intermediate & Diploma have to be successfully completed so as to become eligible for joining ACCA.

15. What will be the course fee for ACCA?

During its full tenure, the course fee for ACCA will be, approximately, Rs.1, 57,000/- for Commerce graduates, and Rs.2, 20,000 /- for 10+2 students,(inclusive of service tax). In addition to above, fee payable to ACCA, U.K should be remitted separately.

16. Whether the course (ACCA) is supported with assurance of placement?

The ACCA is recognized in 180 countries including Middle East, Far East, and European & African countries. "ARA" is extending assistance for placements to ACCAs who are qualified through us.

17. What kind of salary ACCA professionals can look for in the Middle East?

ACCAs are offered salary ranging from Rs.3.60 lakhs to Rs 5 lakhs equivalent per month and vary from LLCs to Multi National Companies.

18. What are the other qualifications one can aspire for along with ACCA?

After completing Fundamental Module of ACCA (total 9 papers), the candidate can secure B.Sc (Hons.) in Applied Accounting, from Oxford Brookes University without any additional cost, on submission of a project report on the related areas for which one will be required to register with the Association. In addition after qualifying ACCA, one can secure MBA finance from Oxford Brooks University.

19. Is there any specified time for joining ACCA?

Students can register with ACCA twice every year, during June and December. Students can register for CBE papers at any time of the year.

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