Any student who has passed 10th class or any course equivalent, they can apply for the Common Proficiency Test Course (CPT) first. After qualifying for the 10+2 exam, a student has to qualify for CPT exam. Eligibility for taking the Integrated Professional Competence Course Examination Before taking the Integrated Professional Competence Examination, the candidate must have qualified CPT. In CPT, it is objective type questions and for the total of 200 marks, you have to get 50 percent pass marks.
It is one of the most difficult courses in India, mainly because of its high standards and tough correction methodology. Eligibility: 10+2 for CPT route - you will have to clear 3 levels, CPT, IPCC, FINAL. B.Com for IPCC Route - you will have to clear 2 levels IPCC and Final The cutoffs are CPT: 50% overall and 30% individual subjectwise IPCC: 50% overall and 40% individual subjectwise FINAL: Same as IPCC. You also need to undergo articles training for 3 years under a chartered accountant after your IPCC and in case of a B.Com route post-B.com
The eligibility criteria are:
1. After qualifying +2, one should give CPT (Common Proficiency Test)
2. If you are a graduate, you can enroll for IPCC exam
There is no such entrance exams one should take.
10+2 or any graduation degree having more than 60% is required for first level of CA As entrance you have to pass first level of CA that is foundation level. Accounts concept should be clear