What to do after CA or Quitting from CA

Many people think what should be do after CA or after quitting from CA.

There is nothing to afraid of. There are many courses that you can do after CA or after quitting CA. Ca is not only a single option for account students there are so many choices in the market. You can also go in finance field there is lot of opportunities.

Some of the career list after CA or quitting from CA is giving below:-

Company Secretary(CS) :- You  can go for CS course. This degree of CS will help in service industry. when you go with your both CA & CS degree it will help you a lot. You can also claim the exemption provided by the institute.This course this about of 3  years time. It cost less than Rs.50000

Cost and Work Accountancy(CWA) :- CWA also an good course. If you have qualified CA with CWA it will assist you in manufacturing industry. You can also claim exemption by the institute. it consume 3 years of time & Rs.45000 investment.

Chartered Financial Analyst(CFA):- it is an investment training course. and you can also choose this career. CFA is a good career for world wide. It cost $1400 & consume 4 years of time.

Certified Internal Auditor (CIA):- this course is offered by Institute of Internal Auditor of India (IIAI). it is recognized institute all over the world. It cost approx $1100 and consume 3 years of time.

Master of Business Administration(MBA) :- This is an powerful course that will provide you the amazing exposure. you can go through this course by Indian Institute of Management (IIM).  it consume 2 or 3 years of time & spent Rs.2200000 of money.

Certified Information System Auditor (CISA) :- it will increase your knowledge in information system  audits. this course is certified globally. it cost $415 & spent 1 year of time.

Business Accounting and Taxation (BAT) :- This course is really for them who left from CA. BAT is an online course designed by EduPristine. 

Financial Risk Management (FRM) :- This course is for the person who is interested in banking  & insurance sector.

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