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aquerius72
Unregistered Trainee

Pakistan
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Posted - Oct 08 2009 :  12:10:31 PM  Show Profile
hello frnds my name is sania i hav complete my BBA hons with finance specialization now i want to do ca so plz tell me what is ca inter is there any difference between ca and ca inter

hshamsi
Junior

Pakistan
56 Posts

Posted - Oct 08 2009 :  2:39:53 PM  Show Profile
hey sania welcumz.. CA inter is like foundation I n II, (prevoisly called) and its normal duration is 2 yrs.. now u can give all papers of mod A n B(called CA foundation) simultaneously and C n D (called CA intermediate).. after that thr r 3-3.5 yrs of articlz with RTO (reg CA fim) n within atrilces thr r Mod E n F.. n after qualifying F, u r qualified CA or ACA.

regards

Edited by - hshamsi on Oct 08 2009 2:41:37 PM
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yasir_live
Partner

Saudi Arabia
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Posted - Oct 15 2009 :  01:35:46 AM  Show Profile  Send yasir_live an AOL message
Ca inter means that you are Ca, as well as you are Inter.

Thanks & Love u.
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yasir_live
Partner

Saudi Arabia
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Posted - Oct 15 2009 :  01:59:32 AM  Show Profile  Send yasir_live an AOL message
CA means Charterd Accountant.

Agar App CA k agay "T" laga do gay I mean ge, to yeh ban jai ga "CAT", jis k do matlab hain,

1) Certified Accounting tech.
2) Billi.
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