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acma or acca
10-01-2006, 12:33 AM,
acma or acca
My name is fozia,I have got 1093 marks out of 1400 marks in from Islamia University Bahawalpur,in this year 2006. I want to know about two couses 1) ACCA 2) ACMA and also I seek advice from the senior members of this forum to tell me about the time which is likely to be cosumed by these two qualifications ,giving a cmparison, as well tell me the students passing these courses.
Please tell me about the jobs which one is likely to get after doing these qualifications.
What would be my position towards Ca after ACCA or ACMA.
It would be easier to go for CA after ACCA or ACMA?
10-03-2006, 05:50 PM,
kia aap log sirf partee(just read it) hee rahein gaqe ya jawab bgi denge?
10-05-2006, 06:08 AM,
acca is an internationally recognized qualification but expensive.acma is a pakistani qualification. i think it is easier to do ca after acca. after completing the articleship of acca one usually becomes assistant manager
10-05-2006, 02:22 PM,
thank u Mr.SHERRY. I am from Rahim yar khan. I am wating for comments from those who r in acca or ca,acma. please advise me on this matter.
10-05-2006, 05:48 PM,
i have many friends who r doing acca. i myself have cleared three uncle did acma he is now in bilal of my friend's brother is doing ca. getting to ca is very easy nowadays. if u have ist div in ur intermediate u don't have to sit for the entry test.acca has no entry and acca is done in private institutions and acma is in icmap.what is ur qualification?one thing i must tell u that i have left acca because here institutions lack the facilities .they haven't so many good teachers.they can't produce leadership qualities but their fees r very high. u can also think upon mba from iba or lums.
best regards
10-06-2006, 05:32 AM,

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