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CMA Final is a course or an exam is the third level for students interested to pursue a career in Cost and Management Accountancy (CMA). CMA Final course is also conducted by The Institute of Cost Accountants of India (ICAI) or ICMAI.
One can be eligible for CMA Final only after he/she gets through the CMA Inter / CMA Intermediate exam and also the candidate has to complete a minimum of 15 moinths of practical training in finance or accounts.
CMA Final Course consists of 8 subjects which are split into 4 subjects as Group 3 and Group 4 which are listed below. Click on the papers to know about the syllabus.
Subjects covered in CA Final Course
Paper-13 Corporate Laws & Compliance
Paper-14 Strategic Financial Management (SFM)
Paper-15 Strategic Cost Management – Decision Making
Paper-16 Direct Tax Laws and International Taxation
Paper-17 Corporate Financial Reporting Revised
Paper-18 Indirect Tax Laws and Practice (Including Customs Act)
Paper-19 Cost and Management Audit
Paper-20 Strategic Performance Management and Business Valuation
Candidates appearing for the CMA Final exam should know about the exam pattern to understand what to expect on the exam day.
The Fees mentioned below is the registration fees for CMA Inter both oral and postal, not coaching fees. The registration fees have to be paid through online to “The Institute of Cost Accountants of India” (ICAI). For more details about the fees visit www.icmai.in.
A student after passing out both the groups of CMA Inter / CMA Intermediate can register for the CMA Final Course. The Registration fee for CA Final is Rs. 17,000.
The below-mentioned documents are to be scanned and upload at the time of registration. You can register for CA at www.icmai.org. All documents have to be scanned and uploaded on this website.
CMA Intermediate Pass (both Group-I & Group-II) Marksheet/Certificate. Along with the documents which were required for CMA Foundation mentioned above.
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