ICAI to Provide Free Coaching to CA Aspirants
The candidates aspiring to make a career in chartered accountancy, but can't afford to get trained, can now sign up with the Vedanta College of Management and Information Technology for free coaching. The Foundation would play a major role in providing basic infrastructure for learning, scholarship, reading room facility, and complete funding for the course. Training would be given for all three levels of CA exams, beginning with the Common Proficiency Test (CPT), Integrated Professional Competence Course (IPCC) and Final Level. The collaboration has set a target of training 300 students across India in the current academic year.
Every student aspires to become a CA due to its rewarding career prospects. It is a very difficult course but a very prestigious profession in India. However, with the cost of commercial coaching being high, not every student is able to enroll for it. With this thought Vedanta foundation in collaboration with the Institute of Chartered Accounts of India (ICAI) is to provide free coaching to underprivileged youth who aspire to become CAs.
Students will be coached at the Vedanta College of Management and Information Technology, Thane by professionals from the ICAI. In order to provide timely guidelines to students, the classes will be held across three months
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