CMA is a professional course offered by the Institute of Cost Accountants of India which was set up with the objective of promoting and regulating the Cost and Management Accountancy profession in India. Over the last few years, the importance of CMA in India has been on the rise. … It has good opportunities in Indian MNC’s. B. Com degree holders with CMA certification are highly in demand by the government sector, private enterprise, development agencies, banking, and finance sector, education, and training sectors.
CMA professionals are eligible for the Indian Cost Accounts Service/Job. Various Ministries of Government of India have authorized CMA professionals in practice for certifying various returns and to issue Compliance Certificate as per their formats. CMA is eligible to appear in all central Govt Services like UPSC, BANK recruitment Board, Railway Recruitment Board, All Group-I and Group-II services in any state and Union Territory, ICoAs (Indian Cost Accounts Service) Which is equivalent to IAS,IRS, etc.
|Maximum marks per paper||100|
|Number of papers||8|
|Exam Duration||3 hours per paper|
|Total Number of questions||120|
The CMA Intermediate syllabus is divided into two groups, Group I and Group II. The topics are as follows:
CMA Intermediate Course Group – I
CMA Intermediate Course Group – II
After clearing either or both the groups of CMA intermediate, a student has to undergo an article ship/ practical training for a period of 3 years and shall be provided by Finkomm Eduventures