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    Which course is best - CS or ICWA, for better job prespectives in Bank jobs?

    hello, i am neelesh, i am doing mba( finance and banking) from nagpur university. i want to do jobs in banking sector. which course i will go CS or ICWA to get better prospective in banking jobs

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    Re: Which course is best - CS or ICWA, for better job prespectives in Bank jobs?

    You have done a right course for joining Banking Services in India.

    Still if you are eager to do one more course than Chartered Accountancy is a better course than these two .

    However if you has to choose in between these two courses you should go for ICWAI course as Company Secretary course is focused

    toward LEGAL side of the business and also not complement with your previous qualification mba( finance and banking).


    CWA institute provides expertise in Cost & Management Accountancy , Enterprise Resourse Planning & Business Valuation, Auditing ( Both Cost & Financial Audit

    - But Cost Audit is specialised ),Tax Management ( Both Direct & Indirect - But Indirect Tax is of superiest quality ),Financial Accountancy.

    MINIMUM ELIGIBILITY FOR ICWAI

    10+2 passed or equivalent qualification .

    You can register your self with ICWAI for executive level as you are graduate.

    There are 3 stages in CA ,CMA and CS

    FOUNDATION
    EXECUTIVE
    FINAL

    Examinations of the course are conduct twice a year in may and june.

    Admission is open through out the year.

    For more information Official WEBSITE

    CMA - www.myicwai.com

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    Re: Which course is best - CS or ICWA, for better job prespectives in Bank jobs?

    • I won't recommend you to go for the Either ICWA or the company secretary (CS) course.
    • As Icwa deals the cost and work accounting and auditing, bank doesn't deal much of it as it's not a manufacturing unit.
    • And CS course concentrate on legal aspects, though it's useful for banks but they generally appoints lawyers for it.
    • So as per my view, charatered accountant i.e CA course would be best suited course to enter in banking sector.
    • Mainly bank recruits CA's for finance related work.
    • Since you have completed Mba, you can get direct entrance into the intermediate stage.

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    Re: Which course is best - CS or ICWA, for better job prespectives in Bank jobs?

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    hello, i am neelesh, i am doing mba( finance and banking) from nagpur university. i want to do jobs in banking sector. which course i will go CS or ICWA to get better prospective in banking jobs
    Dear Aspirant,
    You have done the appropriate course for joining the Banking sector.

    MBA degree in Finance is a really good course.

    You can get job through this degree only.

    But since you want to pursue another course you should go for CA course.

    ICWA is the course which deals with cost and work accounting aspect of a firm and banks does not deals with it much.

    The CS course deals with the legal aspects.

    Since you have selected this two course for banking sector ICWAI will be better than CS.

    ICWAI have 3 stages, but you can join from the 2nd stage since you are having a MBA degree:-

    1)Foundation Course

    2)Executive Course

    3)Final course.

    For Executive Course eligibility criteria are:-

    >>Should have qualified the Foundation Course
    OR
    >>Should have a graduation degree.

    >>Age should be minimum 18years.

    For Final course eligibility criteria are:-

    >>Should have qualified the previous courses.

    The registration is done almost through out the year.

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