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paksitani CA is not internationally recognized
01-27-2004, 12:35 PM
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paksitani CA is not internationally recognized
Paksitani ca is not recognized internationally,it mean we cant apply for job out of paksitan.
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01-27-2004, 12:47 PM
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Y dont u go for ACCA or CIMA. Both are recognized internationally. I know a few people who are working abroad on the basis of these qualifications.
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01-28-2004, 11:11 AM
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i know but i like CA.My friend says that if u wanna go there for job u have to clear a test of acountancy then u will b allow for CA job there.
Can u say some thing about this i wanna clear that i m not CA student i m inter student and next yr i will start CA.

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01-28-2004, 01:59 PM
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Well here's the thing mate! ICAP does not have reciprocal arrangements with other Chartered Accountancy bodies such as ICAA, ICAEW, AICPA, CICA, ICANZ and ICASA. Therefore, you will be able to meet the entry requirements of these bodies as a Pakistani CA however, you will also need to clear most of their qualifying papers alongwith fulfilling the practical experience requirement if so required. ACCA or CIMA will provide you with a much easier route especially if u wanna go for ICAEW.
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02-03-2004, 11:19 PM
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Well here's the thing mate! ICAP does not have reciprocal arrangements with other Chartered Accountancy bodies such as ICAA, ICAEW, AICPA, CICA, ICANZ and ICASA. Therefore, you will be able to meet the entry requirements of these bodies as a Pakistani CA however, you will also need to clear most of their qualifying papers alongwith fulfilling the practical experience requirement if so required. ACCA or CIMA will provide you with a much easier route especially if u wanna go for ICAEW.


What do u think a well qualified ACA of icap will b ablw to pass these papers.

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02-11-2004, 07:24 PM
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ofcourse...paki CA can pass these papers....
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02-23-2004, 04:34 AM
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Well here's the thing mate! ICAP does not have reciprocal arrangements with other Chartered Accountancy bodies such as ICAA, ICAEW, AICPA, CICA, ICANZ and ICASA. Therefore, you will be able to meet the entry requirements of these bodies as a Pakistani CA however, you will also need to clear most of their qualifying papers alongwith fulfilling the practical experience requirement if so required. ACCA or CIMA will provide you with a much easier route especially if u wanna go for ICAEW.


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http//www.icap.org.pk/Examination/EXMP_CA.htm#icaew
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