In order to cope with the increasing demand for  Accountants with Practical ERP experience in India, NICaT has introduced a short term Course – Certificate in Financial Accounting (CFA) for 10th or Equivqlent completed and Under Graduates.

CFA is a short term certification course with 3 months duration. The Students who have completed 10th Class examination are eligible to take admission for CFA Course. It has two papers, Basics of Accounting and Computerised Financial Accounting with Tally. Along with that, CFA curriculam contains industry oriented Practical segments also. Medium of the course will  be Malayalam and Exams will be conducted as two written papers of 100 marks each and a practical exam of 100 marks (Total 300 Marks). After successfully passing the exams, students will be awarded with certificate issued by SRC, Kerala, an autonomous institution under the Ministry of Human Resource Development, Government of India.

 CFA enables students to become well versed with the maintenance of accounts, documentation and book keeping of transactions, accounting in automated environment, ERP experience etc . This provide a wide range of opportunities to the students in Micro, Small and Mediu Enterprices, Multi National Companies and even in Government Sector.

In order to cope with the increasing demand for  Accountants with Practical ERP experience in India, NICaT has introduced a short term Course – Certificate in Financial Accounting (CFA) for 10th or Equivqlent completed and Under Graduates.

CFA is a short term certification course with 3 months duration. The Students who have completed 10th Class examination are eligible to take admission for CFA Course. It has two papers, Basics of Accounting and Computerised Financial Accounting with Tally. Along with that, CFA curriculam contains industry oriented Practical segments also. Medium of the course will  be Malayalam and Exams will be conducted as two written papers of 100 marks each and a practical exam of 100 marks (Total 300 Marks). After successfully passing the exams, students will be awarded with certificate issued by SRC, Kerala, an autonomous institution under the Ministry of Human Resource Development, Government of India.

 CFA enables students to become well versed with the maintenance of accounts, documentation and book keeping of transactions, accounting in automated environment, ERP experience etc . This provide a wide range of opportunities to the students in Micro, Small and Mediu Enterprices, Multi National Companies and even in Government Sector.

In order to cope with the increasing demand for  Accountants with Practical ERP experience in India, NICaT has introduced a short term Course – Certificate in Financial Accounting (CFA) for 10th or Equivqlent completed and Under Graduates.

CFA is a short term certification course with 3 months duration. The Students who have completed 10th Class examination are eligible to take admission for CFA Course. It has two papers, Basics of Accounting and Computerised Financial Accounting with Tally. Along with that, CFA curriculam contains industry oriented Practical segments also. Medium of the course will  be Malayalam and Exams will be conducted as two written papers of 100 marks each and a practical exam of 100 marks (Total 300 Marks). After successfully passing the exams, students will be awarded with certificate issued by SRC, Kerala, an autonomous institution under the Ministry of Human Resource Development, Government of India.

 CFA enables students to become well versed with the maintenance of accounts, documentation and book keeping of transactions, accounting in automated environment, ERP experience etc . This provide a wide range of opportunities to the students in Micro, Small and Mediu Enterprices, Multi National Companies and even in Government Sector.