The Institute of Cost Accountants of India conducts the CMA final exmination to certify candidates passing the examination as Cost and Management Accountant of INDIA.
Many challenging opportunities arise in the roles of Cost Accountant, Chief Financial Officer, Cost Manager, Relationship Manager. A Certified Cost management accountant get an authority to audit companies to their respective concerns.
The candidate should have passed standard 12th.
The candidate should be a Graduate in any discipline except Fine Arts or equivalent.
The candidate should have cleared all eight papers of CMA intermediate course passed Foundation of ICSI/Intermediate of ICAI by whatever name called along with 10+2.
Overview of syllabus
Final Course Group – III Corporate Laws & Compliance Strategic Financial Management Strategic Cost Management – Decision Making Direct Tax Laws and International Taxation
Final Course Group – IV Corporate Financial Reporting Indirect Tax Laws and Practice Cost and Management Audit Strategic Performance Management and Business Valuation
After being eligible and taking finals o both the groups, a minimum of 6 months is occupied in coaching and another 6 months for results will be part of the complete duration. The cost for CMA final registration would be around RS 17000 excluding the coaching fee of any institute Coaching Options There are many institutes all over INDIA providing coaching for CMA examinations for all the stages of examinations.