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Chartered Accountancy is a very prestigious career option, being a highly challenging and rewarding profession. A Chartered Accountant (CA) specialises in Accounting, Auditing and Taxation, and also serves as a corporate caretaker.

All companies registered under the Companies Act; public sector undertakings, institutions and specified business houses are required to get their accounts audited by practicing CAs, who receive handsome remuneration for this. In addition,these organisations require the full-time services of CAs as Finance Managers, Financial Controllers, Financial Advisors, Directors (Finance), etc. for supervising the day-to-day financial management.

A qualified CA has the option of joining the Government Service or holding an attractive job in the public sector or a lucrative assignment in the private sector. CAs can also join any financial institution or even start their own consultancy.

Today, with globalisation, more and more MNCs are making India their base, offering world-class employment opportunities. With these organisations, CAs are assured of a bright and secure future, a high paying salary, a professional workplace and international exposure.

Apart from the traditional finance and accounting jobs, CAs can also opt for a teaching profession at leading colleges or coaching classes. This honourable career brings with it great respect in the community, as well as the joy of mentoring the future generations.

Courses Available

  • CA CPT
  • CA Inter
  • CA Final

Chartered Accountancy is the most sought after career in the Commerce field. MT Educare, over the years, has garnered its reputation as the leading CA coaching institute in South India. The unique blend of expert faculty, technology aided teaching, and comprehensive notes has resulted in astounding performances by its students.

With over 8,000 students currently studying at MT Educare, trust in its educational delivery has only grown with time. This is evident from its students, 60% of who have travelled from other states like Kerala, Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh to study the exhaustive CA curriculum, the MT Educare way.

Students can learn from MT Educare's top faculty at live classroom lectures in Chennai.

Objectives of the Course

The course is tailored for students who aspire to become Chartered Accountants. The course aims to guide students to understand concepts in depth and the applications of the concepts, to enable students to acquire sound technical skills in Accountancy, Auditing, Financial Management, Corporate and other Laws, Taxation, Information Technology and related subjects and fields. It also aims to develop personality, leadership and communication skills of our students, which are essential for professionals. At the end of the course a student will acquire:

  • Develop Analytical Skills
  • Enhance Decision making skills
  • Focus on Time management
  • Experiential learning
  • Right mix of theory and practical experience
  • Higher level thinking skills
  • Domain expertise
  • Holistic development
  • Nilay J Shah, 5th Rank in Inter May 2011: I would like to share my experience of this journey. Initially in the month of August to December. I used to set weekly targets say 30 to 35 hrs of serious study which helped me keep touch with the class syllabus along with managing my college. Once I was done with the first reading by Feb end, in March and April studied for 8 to 10 hrs. per day. One thing I would advice you is that Inter is all about managing your time and the rest will take care of itself.
  • Dhruv Karia, 32rd Rank in Inter May 2011: The secret of success was studying 2 to 3 hrs daily from the start of classes and increasing it to 8 hrs before exams. The most difficult subject was IT and what helped me was concentrating on it in mornings.The main point where classes helped me was the doubt solving methods, friendly attitude of teachers and staff and many tests conducted.
  • Vedant Parekh, 39th Rank in PCC May 2011: In first attempt I didn't clear, but that was not the end. My advice to all students that if you work hard and dedicatedly you will surely clear and you never know you might also secure rank like me!!
  • Kevin D. Gandhi, 9th Rank in CPT June 2011: Being an early bird is what is required. Doing studies and trying to cope-up with the class portion will not only provide you a revision but will also spare some time in the end, when others starts preparing for the course, I was done with my CPT portion by the time I was done with my class 12th exam. In later days, I just did my revision and also searching for all possible relevant data for the course which boasted my confidence. So one should not only be done with studies but should be very alert while solving every complicated question.
  • Samiksha Jain, 4th Rank in CPT June 2011: I had my entire focus on my 12th standard syllabus till the boards as I focused on getting my basic concept clear. The three months of CPT preparation comparised of early meaning study as it suited me best, to remember concepts for longer. A regular study with short breaks and ample time for recreation i.e. in my case Salsa and table Tennis acted as stress buster.

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