Our country has crossed a significant milestone with the implementation of GST on 1st of July, 2017. Opportunities are massive and on a PAN India basis for professionals like Chartered Accountants (CA), Cost & Management Accountant (CMA) and Company Secretary (CS). Introduction of VAT in GCC countries from January 2018 is expected to further open up demand on an international level.
Keeping the above in mind, Pearl CA College offers the following GST accounting training courses
- GST specialized crash courses intended for CA, CMA, and CS to enable them to be GST experts
- Exam oriented crash courses for persons who wish to complete their CA, CMA & CS (Intermediate & Final) so they can establish their career as professionals in the field and take advantage of the expected increasing demand for such professionals.
National and well-experienced faculty at Pearl CA College are dedicated to training students to pass the exams. Well-structured exam material with mock questions will be provided to ensure required practice for the exams.
Posts such as auditor, consultant, company secretary, business analyst, finance officer, sales analyst, senior analyst, tax accountant, stockbroker, economist, financial manager, financial analyst and investment manager can be taken up by CA, CMA, and CS. Finance professionals will have the option to join reputed firms to take up these posts or set up their own practice.
Openings can be found in areas such as business consultancies, educational institutes, industrial houses, public accounting firms, policy planning, foreign trade, banks, budget planning, inventory control, merchant banking, working capital management, treasury & forex and investment banking.
CA, CMA and CS professionals who wish to be independent and self-employed have the option to make use of the opportunities available to start their own practice. They can start out small with minimum investment to expand further to own and run a reputed finance & accounting services firm. As all are aware, the Indian government is actively encouraging new start-ups.
They are responsible to keep the company from possible financial hazards. They help in auditing, financial, budget and taxation planning. Chartered Accountants occupy top management positions in public and private sectors.
CAs also provide professional and consultancy/advisory services in the areas of financial reporting and auditing, taxation, finance, and management accounting.
Chartered Accountants can start and run their own independent auditing/accounting practice with very high remuneration. A CA is affiliated with The Institute of Chartered Accountants of India.
With the Indian government being strict about compliance with company laws, demand for Company Secretaries has increased. A certificate in Company Secretaryship has to be obtained from Institute of Company Secretaries of India (ICSI).
A company secretary can also start his/her own practice and make use of opportunities that are coming up due to Indian government’s emphasis on start-ups and ease of doing business.
Cost & Management Accountant:
Cost Accounting is study and adoption of scientific methods to ensure maximum efficiency in industrial, commercial and other fields. A CMA helps the management regulate production operations and processes of production. He/she can also start his/her own practice.
A CMA will have specialized knowledge in business strategy and value creation. Work as a Cost Accountant involves costing or pricing of goods and services or preparing, verifying or certifying cost accounting and related statements. Work also involves production management, service management, budgeting and financial decision making. A CMA certification from the Institute of Cost Accountants of India is required for the post.
Government sector, private sector, banking & finance sector, developmental agencies, education, training & research sector, as well as service & public utility sectors, require CMAs. Due to their specialized knowledge and training, CMAs are appointed to top management positions like Chairman cum Managing Director, Director Finance, Financial Controller, Chief Financial Officer, Controller of Cost and Chief Internal Auditor in public and private sector enterprises.
This is a core financial capacity. Opportunities will be available for finance professionals to work as Financial Manager with government and public sector companies and also as finance officer, risk manager, insurance manager, treasurers, manager – finance & accounts, to name a few.
Financial Planners help individuals and companies in the budget and financial planning including cash flow management, education planning, investment plan, tax planning, insurance planning, estate planning and retirement planning. A finance professional with CA, CMA or CS certification can easily fit into this role.
With taxation rules being strictly implemented in India, more and more citizens are concerned about error-free compliance. This increases demand for tax consultants. A chartered accountant will be able to fulfill this requirement.
There is great scope for growth and good remuneration package at private and nationalized banks for finance professionals.
Public sector employment
Candidates can apply for jobs in service sectors such as UPSC, SSC, Railways, and Defense (Army, Navy and Air Force). Job options available would include excise officer, assistant collector, district treasury officer and assistant registrar. Central government and public sector jobs have attractive salaries and perks.
If you are an accountant professional and looking for GST accounting training course, GST Tally training or Gulf VAT training, you are on the right page. We offer the best job-oriented GST accounting course in Kochi, Kerala
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