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CMA - INTERMEDIATE / CMA - INTER COURSE

What is CMA Inter Course?

CMA Inter or CMA Intermediate is a course or a exam is the second level for students interested to pursue a career in Management Accountancy (CMA). CMA Inter course is also conducted by The IInstitute of Cost Accountants of India  (ICAI) also know as ICMAI or ICWA.

What is the eligibility criteria to do  CMA Inter Course?

One can be eligible for CMA Inter only after he/she gets through the CMA Foundation or Graduate of any Discipline (excluding performing art, music) / Pursuing Engineering Course ( having completed 2nd year / Semester IV / Equivalent) / Qualified Engineers eligible to get direct admission to Intermediate Course.

Students qualified in ICSI Foundation or ICAI Intermediate or Graduation in any discipline other than Fine Arts can then appear for Group 1 and /or Group 2 examinations of the CMA Inter.

What are the subjects in CMA Inter / CMA Intermediate Course?

CMA Inetr Course consist of 8 subjects which is split into 4 subjects as Group 1 and Group 2 which are listed below. Click on the papers to  know about the syllabus.

GROUP 1

Paper 1: Financial Accounting (100 Marks)

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Section A: Accounting – Basics (25 Marks)

Chapters
Topics
1.2 Generally Accepted Accounting Principles
Chapter 1 : Fundamentals of Accounting
1.1 Basics
1.3 Accounting Concepts and Conventions
1.4 Capital & Revenue Transactions
1.5 Accounting for Depreciation
1.6 Rectification of Errors
2.2 Consignment Accounting
Chapter 2 : Accounting for Special Transactions
2.1 Bills of Exchange
2.3 Joint Venture Accounts
2.4 Insurance Claim (Loss of Stock and Loss of Profit)

Section B: Preparation of Financial Statements (40 Marks)

Chapters
Topics
Chapter 3 : Preparation of Financial Statments of Profit Oriented Organizations
3.1 Introduction
3.2 Bad Debts
3.3 Preparation of Financial Statements
Chapter 4 : Preparation of Financial Statments of Non-Profit Organizations
4.1 Preparation of Financial Statements of Non-Profit Organizations
Chapter 5 : Preparation of Financial Statements from Incomplete Records
5.1 Preparation of Financial Statements from Incomplete Records
6.2 Retirement of Partner
Chapter 6 : Partnership
6.1 Admission of Partner
6.3 Death of Partner
6.4 Dissolution of a Partnership Firm
6.5 Insolvency of a Partner
6.6 Amalgamation of Firms and Conversion to a Company
6.7 Conversion or Sale of a Partnership Firm to a Company

Section C: Self Balancing Ledgers, Royalties, Hire Purchase & Installment System, Branch & Departmental Accounts (20 Marks)

Chapters
Topics
Chapter 7 : Self Balancing Ledger
7.1 Self Balancing Ledger
Chapter 8 : Royalties
8.1 Royalties
Chapter 9 : Hire-Purchase and Installment System
9.1 Hire-Purchase and Installment System
Chapter 10 : Branch and Departmental Accounts
10.1 Branch Accounts
10.2 Departmental Accounts

Section D: Accounting in Computerised Environment and Accounting Standards (15 Marks)

Chapters
Topics
Chapter 11 : Computarised Accounting System
11.1 Computerised Accounting System
12.2 AS – 2: Valuation of Inventories
Chapter 12 : Accounting Standards
12.1 AS – 1: Disclosure of Accounting Policies
12.3 AS – 7: Construction Contracts
12.4 AS – 9: Revenue Recognition
12.5 AS – 10: Property, Plant and Equipment
12.6 IND AS
Paper 2: Laws & Ethics (100 Marks)

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Section A: Commercial Laws (30 Marks)

Chapters
Topics
1.2 Void and voidable agreements
Chapter 1 : Indian Contract Act, 1872
1.1 Essential elements of a contract, offer and acceptance
1.3 Consideration
1.4 Legality of object
1.5 E-contracts
1.6 Constraints to enforce contractual obligations
1.7 Quasi-contracts, contingent contracts, termination or discharge of contracts 1
1.8 Special contracts: Indemnity and Guarantee; Bailment and Pledge; Laws of Agency
2.2 Transfer of ownership
Chapter 2 : Sale of Goods Act, 1930
2.1 Definition
2.3 Conditions and Warranties
2.4 Performance of the Contract of Sale
2.5 Rights of Unpaid Vendor
2.6 Auction Sales
3.2 Crossing, Endorsement and Material Alteration
Chapter 3 : Negotiable Instruments Act, 1881
3.1 Definition and features of Negotiable Instrument
3.3 Acceptance, Assignment and Negotiation
3.4 Rights and liabilities of Parties
3.5 Dishonor of a Negotiable Instrument
Chapter 4 : Indian Partnership Act, 1932
4.1 Nature of Partnership
4.2 Rights and liabilities of Partners
4.3 Formation, Reconstitution and Dissolution of Firms
Chapter 5 : Limited Liability Partnership Act, 2008
5.1 Concept, formation, membership, functioning
5.2 Dissolution

Section B: Industrial Laws (25 Marks)

Chapters
Topics
Chapter 6 : Factories Act, 1948
6.1 Factories Act, 1948 – Objects, Scope and Applicability
Chapter 7 : Payment of Gratuity Act, 1972
7.1 Payment of Gratuity Act, 1972 – Objects, Scope and Applicability
Chapter 8 : Employees Provident Fund and Miscellaneous Provisions Act, 1952
8.1 Employees Provident Fund and Miscellaneous Provisions Act, 1952 – Objects, Scope and Applicability
Chapter 9 : Employees State Insurance Act, 1948
9.1 Employees State Insurance Act, 1948 – Objects, Scope and Applicability
Chapter 10 : Payment of Bonus Act, 1965
10.1 Payment of Bonus Act, 1965 – Objects, Scope and Applicability
Chapter 11 : Minimum Wages Act, 1948
11.1 Minimum Wages Act, 1948 – Objects, Scope and Applicability
Chapter 12 : Payment of Wages Act, 1936
12.1 Payment of Wages Act, 1936 – Objects, Scope and Applicability
Chapter 13 : Pension Fund Regulatory and Development Authority Act, 2013
13.1 Introduction
13.2 National Pension System

Section C: Corporate Law (35 Marks)

Chapters
Topics
Chapter 14 : Companies Act, 2013
14.1 Company Types, Promotion, Formation and Related Procedures
14.2 Directors

Section D: Ethics (10 Marks)

Chapters
Topics
15.2 Values and Attitudes of Professional Accountants
Chapter 15 : Business Ethics
15.1 Ethics - Meaning, Importance, Nature and Relevance to Business
15.3 Seven Principles of Public Life
15.4 Ethics in Business
Chapter 4: Interpretation of Statutes
Interpretation of Statutes
Paper 3: Direct Taxation (100 Marks)

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Section A: Income Tax Act Basics (10 Marks)

Chapters
Topics
Chapter 1 : Basic Concepts
1 : Basic Concepts
Chapter 2 : Residential Status
2 : Residential Status
Chapter 3 : Agricultural Income
3 : Agricultural Income
Chapter 4 : Income, which do not form part of total Income
4 : Income, which do not form part of total Income

Section B: Heads of Income and Computation of Total Income and Tax Liability (70 Marks)

Chapters
Topics
Chapter 5 : Income under Head Salaries
5 : Income under Head Salaries
Chapter 6 : Income under Head House Property
6 : Income under Head House Property
Chapter 7 : Income under Head Profits and Gains of Business or Profession
7 : Income under Head Profits and Gains of Business or Profession
Chapter 8 : Income under head Capital Gains
8 : Income under head Capital Gains
Chapter 9 : Income under Head Income from Other Sources
9 : Income under Head Income from Other Sources
Chapter 10 : Income of Other Persons included in Assessees Total Income
10 : Income of Other Persons included in Assessees Total Income
Chapter 11 : Set Off and Carry forward of Losses
11 : Set Off and Carry forward of Losses
Chapter 12 : Deductions in Computing Total Income
12 : Deductions in Computing Total Income
Chapter 13 : Reliefs
13 : Reliefs
Chapter 14 : Assessment of Various Persons
14 : Assessment of Various Persons

Section C: Tax Management, Administration Procedure and ICDS (20 Marks)

Chapters
Topics
Chapter 15 : Tax Deducted at Sources (TDS)
15 : Tax Deducted at Sources (TDS)
Chapter 16 : Tax Collection at Sources
16.1 Applicability of Sec. 206C
Chapter 17 : Advance Tax
17.1 Procedure to pay Advance Tax
Chapter 18 : Return & PAN
18 : Return & PAN
Chapter 19 : Assessment Procedure
19 : Assessment Procedure
Chapter 20 : Income Computation and Disclosure Standards
20 : Income Computation and Disclosure Standards
Paper 4: Cost Accounting (100 Marks)

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Section A: Introduction to Cost Accounting (40 Marks)

Chapters
Topics
1.2 Cost Object, Cost Centers and Cost Units – Elements of Cost
Chapter 1 : Introduction to Cost Accounting
1.1 Definition, scope, objectives and significance of Cost Accounting, its relationship with Financial Accounting and Management Accounting
1.3 Classification of Cost
1.4 Role of Cost Accountants in Organisations
2.2 Employee Costs (CAS-7)
Chapter 2 : Cost Ascertainment - Elements of Cost
2.1 Material Cost (CAS-6)
2.3 Direct Expenses (CAS-10)
2.4 Overheads (CAS-3)
Chapter 3 : Cost Accounting Standards
3.1 Preface to Cost Accounting Standards (CASs)
3.2 Objectives and Functions of Cost Accounting Standards Board
3.3 CAS 1-24 as issued by The Institute of Cost Accountants of India
4.2 Items excluded from Cost and Normal and Abnormal Items/Cost
Chapter 4 : Cost Book Keeping
4.1 Cost Accounting Records, Ledgers and Cost Statements
4.3 Non-Integrated Accounting
4.4 Integral Accounts
4.5 Reconciliation of Cost Accounting Records with Financial Accounts
4.6 Infrastructure, Educational, Healthcare and Port Services

Section B: Methods of Costing (30 Marks)

5.2 Batch Costing
Chapter 5 : Methods of Costing
5.1 Job Costing
5.3 Contract Costing
5.4 Process Costing – Joint & By-Products
5.5 Operating Costing or Service Costing – Transport, Hotel and Hospital

Section C: Cost Accounting Techniques (30 Marks)

Chapters
Topics
Chapter 6 : Cost Accounting Techniques
6.1 Marginal Costing
6.2 Standard Costing & Variance Analysis
6.3 Budget and Budgetary Control

GROUP 2

Paper 5: Operations Management & Strategic Management (100 Marks)

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Section A: Operations Management (70 Marks)

Chapters
Topics
1.2 Production Management vs. Operation Management
Chapter 1 : Operation Management – Introduction
1.1 Operations Management - Introduction
1.3 Characteristic of Modern Operation Function
1.4 Recent Trends in Production / Operations Management
2.3 Capacity Requirement
Chapter 2 : Operations Planning
2.2 Capacity Planning
2.1 Demand Forecasting
2.4 Facility Location
2.5 Facility Layout
2.6 Resource Aggregate Planning
2.7 Material Requirements Planning
2.8 Manufacturing Resource Planning
2.9 Enterprise Resource Planning
2.10 Economic Batch Quantity
3.2 Process Design & Selection
Chapter 3 : Designing of Operational System and Control
3.1 Production Design
3.3 Process Planning
3.4 Product Life Cycle
3.5 Process Selection
4.3 Job Allocation – Assignment Technique
Chapter 4 : Production Planning and Control
4.2 Time Study, Work Study, Method Study & Job Evaluation
4.1 Production Planning and Control Introduction
4.4 Scheduling
4.5 Queuing Models
4.6 Simulation
4.7 Line Balancing
4.8 Lean Operations
4.9 Just-In-Time (JIT)
4.10 Transportation Model
4.11 Linear Programming Technique
Chapter 5 : Productivity Management and Quality Management
5.1 Measurement Techniques of Productivity Index
5.2 TQM Basic Tools and Certification
5.3 ISO Standard Basics
Chapter 6 : Project Management
6.1 Project Planning
6.2 Gantt Charts
6.3 PERT and CPM
7.2 Preventive Maintenance
Chapter 7 : Economics of Maintenance and Spares Management
7.1 Break Down Maintenance
7.3 Routine Maintenance
7.4 Replacement of Machine
7.5 Spare Parts Management

Section B: Strategic Management (30 Marks)

Chapters
Topics
Chapter 8 : Strategic Management Introduction
8.1 Vission, Mission and Objective
9.3 Portfolio Analysis
Chapter 9 : Strategic Analysis and Strategic Planning
9.2 SWOT Analysis
9.1 Situational Analysis
9.4 BCG Matrices
9.5 Stages in Strategic Planning
9.6 Alternative in Strategic Planning
9.7 Pestel Framework
9.8 Porter’s Five Forces Framework
9.9 Structural Drivers of Change
9.10 Diversification Strategy
10.2 Structuring of Organisation for Implementation of Strategy
Chapter 10 : Formulation and Implementation of Strategy
10.1 Strategy Formulation Function-wise (Production Strategy, Marketing Strategy, Manpower Strategy
10.3 Strategic Business Unit
10.4 Business Process Re-engineering
10.5 Core Competence and Critical Success Factors
Paper 6: Cost & Management Accounting and Financial Management (100 Marks)

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Section A: Cost & Management Accounting (50 Marks)

Chapters
Topics
1.2 Management Accounting - Definition
Chapter 1 : Cost and Management Accounting – Introduction
1.1 Introduction
1.3 Objectives of Management Accounting
1.4 Role of Management Accounting in Management Process
1.5 Functions of Management Accounting
1.6 Significance of Management Accounting
1.7 Limitations of Management Accounting
1.8 Relationship between Management Accounting and Cost Accounting
2.3 Realities about Marginal Costing
Chapter 2 : Decision Making Tools
2.1 Marginal Costing
2.2 Determination of Cost and Profit under Marginal Costing
2.4 Techniques of Marginal Costing
2.5 Differential Cost Analysis
2.6 Differences between Absorption Costing and Marginal Costing
2.7 Application of Marginal Costing in Decision Making
2.8 Transfer Pricing
2.9 Objectives of Inter Company Transfer Pricing
2.10 Methods of Transfer Pricing
Chapter 3 : Budgeting and Budgetary Control
3.1 Budgetary Control and Preparation of Functional and Master Budgeting
3.2 Fixed, Variable, Semi-variable Budgets
3.3 Zero Based Budgeting (ZBB)
4.2 Computation of Variances for each of the Elements of Costs, Sales Variances
Chapter 4 : Standard Costing and Variance Analysis
4.1 Introduction
4.3 Investigation of Variances & Reporting of Variances
4.4 Valuation of Stock under Standard Costing
4.5 Uniform Costing and Inter-firm Comparison
5.2 Phases in Learning Curve
Chapter 5 : Learning Curve
5.1 Introduction
5.3 Uses of Learning Curve
5.4 Limitations of the usefulness of the Learning Curve
5.5 Factors affecting Learning Curve
5.6 The Experience Curve
5.7 Reasons for use of Learning Curve
5.8 Application of Learning Curve

Section B: Financial Management (50 Marks)

Chapters
Topics
6.2 Objectives
Chapter 6 : Introduction to Financial Management
6.1 Meaning
6.3 Scope of Financial Management
6.4 Sources of Finance
6.5 Introduction to Financial Markets
Chapter 7 : Tools for Financial Analysis and Planning
7.1 Financial Ratio Analysis
7.2 Fund Flow Analysis
7.3 Cash Flow Analysis
8.2 Inventory Management
Chapter 8 : Working Capital Management
8.1 Working Capital Management - Financing of Working Capital
8.3 Management of Receivables
8.4 Determinant of Credit Policy
8.5 Evaluation of Credit Policy
8.6 Cash Management
9.2 Capital Structure Theories
Chapter 9 : Cost of Capital, Capital Structure Theories, Dividend Decisions and Leverage Analysis
9.1 Meaning of Cost of Capital – Computation of Cost of Capital
9.3 Dividend Policy
9.4 Leverage Analysis
9.5 EBIT - EPS Indifference Point / Level
10.2 Need of Capital Budgeting Decision
Chapter 10 : Capital Budgeting - Investment Decision
10.1 Capital Budgeting
10.3 Significance of Capital Budgeting Decisions
10.4 Process of Capital Budgeting
10.5 Control for Capital Expenditure
10.6 Investment Criterion - Methods of Appraisal
Paper 7: Indirect Taxation(100 Marks)

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Section A: Canons of Taxation - Indirect Tax GST (80 Marks)

Chapters
Topics
1.2 Constitution [101st Amendment] Act, 2016
Chapter 1 : Introduction
1.1 Fundamentals of GST
1.3 What is GST
1.4 Advantages of GST
1.5 One Nation - One Tax
1.6 Dual GST Model
1.7 Goods and Services Tax Network [GSTN]
1.8 GST Council
1.9 Important Definitions under CGST Law
2.2 Scope of Supply
Chapter 2 : Levy and Collection of Tax
2.1 Supply
2.3 Composite and Mixed Supplies
2.4 Levy and Collection
2.5 Composition Levy
2.6 Exemptions
2.7 Person Liable to pay GST
2.8 Supply of Goods or Services or both to or by Special Economic Zone
3.2 Place of Supply
Chapter 3 : Time, Value and Place of Supply under GST
3.1 Time of Supply
3.3 Value of Supply
3.4 Change in Rate of Tax in respect of Supply of Goods or Services
4.2 Eligibility for taking Input Tax Credit (ITC)
Chapter 4 : Input Tax Credit (ITC)
4.1 Introduction
4.3 Blocked Credits
4.4 Method of Reversal of Credits
4.5 Input Tax Credit in Special Circumstances
4.6 Input Tax Credit in respect of goods sent for Job-work
4.7 Distribution of Credit by Input Service Distributor (ISD)
5.2 Persons not liable for Registration
Chapter 5 : Registration under GST
5.1 Introduction
5.3 Compulsory Registration in Certain Cases
5.4 Procedure for Registration
5.5 Concept of Distinct Person under GST
5.6 Deemed Registration
5.7 Cancellation of Registration
5.8 Revocation of Registration
Chapter 6 : Tax Invoice, Credit and Debit Notes and Other Documents under GST
6.1 Tax Invoice
6.2 Credit and Debit Notes
Chapter 7 : Accounts and Records under GST
7.1 Accounts & Records
7.2 Compulsorily Audit
7.3 Period for Retention of Accounts
Chapter 8 : Payment of Tax
8.1 Computation of Tax Liability and Payment of Tax
8.2 Interest on Delayed Payment of Tax
8.3 Refund of Tax
Chapter 9 : TDS & TCS under GST
9.1 Tax Deduction of Source (TDS)
9.2 Collection of Tax at Source (TCS)
10.2 First Return
Chapter 10 : Returns under GST
10.1 Furnishing of Returns
10.3 Revision of Returns
10.4 Penalty/Late Fee
10.5 Highlights of Proposed New Returns
Chapter 11 : Matching Concept under GST
11.1 Matching, Reversal and Reclaim of Input Tax Credit
11.2 Matching, Reversal and Reclaim of Reduction in Output Tax Liability
Chapter 12 : Audit under GST
12.1 Meaning
12.2 Types of Audit
Chapter 13 : E-waybills under GST
13.1 E-waybills

Section B: Customs Laws (20 Marks)

Chapters
Topics
1.2 Definitions
Chapter 1 : Customs Law - Basic Concepts
1.1 Introduction
1.3 Circumstances of Levy of Customs Duties
1.4 Duty Liability in Certain Special Circumstances
1.5 Circumstances under which no Duty will be Levied
Chapter 2 : Types of Duties
2.1 Introduction
2.2 Types of Duties
2.3 Exemption from Customs Duty
Chapter 3 : Valuation under Customs
3.2 Valuation of Imported Goods
3.1 Introduction
3.3 Valuation of Export Goods
4.3 Warehousing
Chapter 4 : Import & Export Procedures
4.2 Goods Cleared for Home Consumption
4.1 Import Procedure under Customs
4.4 Export Procedure under Customs
4.5 Deemed Export
4.6 Duty Drawback
4.7 Negative List of Duty Drawback
4.8 Imports by 100% Export Oriented Units (EOU)
4.9 Import/ Procurement by SEZs
4.10 Project Import
Chapter 5 : Customs Rules, 2017
5.1 Customs (Import of Goods at Concessional Rate of Duty) Rules, 2017
Paper 8: Company Accounts & Audit (100 Marks)

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Section A - Accounts of Joint Stock Companies (50 Marks)

Chapters
Topics
1.2 Issue of Share
Chapter 1 : Accounting of Shares and Debentures
1.1 Introduction
1.3 Right Issue
1.4 Bonus Issue
1.5 Sweat Equity Shares
1.6 Forfeiture of Shares
1.7 Buy-back of Shares
1.8 Issue and Redemption of Preference Shares, Debentures
1.9 Under Writing of Shares and Debentures
Chapter 2 : Presentation of Financial Statements (As per Schedule III)
2.1 Introduction
2.2 Statement of Profit and Loss
2.3 Balance Sheet
3.2 Meaning of Cash and Cash Equivalent
Chapter 3 : Cash Flow Statement
3.1 Introduction
3.3 Types of Cash Flow
3.4 Indian Accounting Standard (Ind AS) 7
Chapter 4 : Accounts of Banking, Electricity and Insurance Company
4.1 Accounts of Banking Company
4.2 Accounts of Electricity Company
4.3 Accounts of Insurance Company
5.2 AS 11 : Accounting for the Changes in Foreign Exchange Rates
Chapter 5 : Accounting Standards
5.1 Introduction
5.3 AS 12 : Accounting for Government Grants
5.4 AS 15 : Accounting for Employee Benifits
5.5 AS 16 : Borrowing Costs
5.6 AS 17 : Segment Reporting
5.7 AS 18 : Related Party Disclosure
5.8 AS 19 : Accounting for Leases

Section B - Auditing (50 Marks)

Chapters
Topics
Chapter 6 : Auditing Concepts
6.1 Nature, Scope and Significance of Auditing
6.2 Audit Engagement, Audit Programme, Audit Wroking Papers, Audit Note Book, Audit Evidence and Audit Report
6.3 Internal Check, Internal Control, Internal Audit - Industry Specific
7.2 Cost Audit, Secretarial Audit
Chapter 7 : Provision Relating to Audit under Companies Act
7.1 Auditor’s qualifications, disqualifications, appointment, remuneration removal, powers and duties
7.3 Reporting requirements under Companies Act, Report vs. Certificate, Contents of the Reports and qualifications in the Report
7.4 Miscellaneous Audit

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CMA Inter / CMA Intermediate Exam Pattern

Candidates appearing for the CMA Inter exam should know about the exam pattern to understand what to expect on the exam day.

  • CMA Inter Exams are conducted twice in a year June and December.
  • Exam Medium - Hindi and English
  • Candidates must score at least 40% of marks in every paper and minimum aggregate of 50% in all the papers to pass the CMA Inter.
  • No Negative marks
  • CMA Inter Gorup 1 and Group 2 total 8 papers. Each Group can be written separately. All are Subjective Papers.
  • The maximum duration is 3 hours and each paper will be of 100 marks
  • Only one Examination for a day
  • CMA Inter Exam has to be written manually

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Financial Accounting
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Laws & Ethics
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Direct Taxation
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What is the Registration procedure for CMA Inter ?

Candidate has to register for CMA Inter  Course by filling Online Registration Form available on ICMAI website www.icmai.in.

While filling the online form, candidates should take care of the following

  • After filling the Online Form pay the required fees online using the payment gateway.
  • On successful payment, system will automatically generate the Form, which is to be printed.

CMA Inter Course Registration Date?

Cost and Management Accountancy (CMA) Registration date and examination date. The dates are applicable for all three levels CMA Foundation, CMA Inter and CMA Final.

Event
June Exam Batch
December Exam Batch
Exam
1st or 2nd week of June
1st or 2nd week December
Registration form available
Throughout the year
Throughout the year
Last Date for Registration
January 31st
July 31st
Revalidation of coaching for CMA Intermediate / CMA Final Course
2nd Week of March
2nd Week of September
Last date to submit the Examination form
1st Week of April
1st Week of October
Apply for Paper-wise Exemption
Before filling Examination form
Before filling Examination form
Announcement of Exam Result
In the month of August
In the month of February

The dates mentioned above are subject to change. For more details about the cut off date visit www.icmai.in.

What are the documents required for registration of CMA Inter Course?

The below mentioned documents are to be scanned and upload at the time of registration. You can register for CMA in www.icmai.in. All documents has to be scanned and uploaded in their site.

CMA Inter Registration Documents

These are the documents required for CMA Inter  Registration

Provisional
(Yet to complete Graduation/ equivalent)
Regular
(Graduation/ equivalent passed)
Regular
(For Engineering Graduates having completed 2nd year equivalent OR
Graduate Engineers(qualified Engineering Final Examination)
Passport Photo
Passport Photo
Passport Photo
Specimen Signature
Specimen Signature
Specimen Signature
Age Proof
Age Proof
Age Proof
10th & 12th Pass Mark sheet
10th & 12th Pass Mark sheet
10th & 12th Pass Mark sheet
Graduation (1st & 2nd year / 1st to 5th semester) Marksheet
Graduation (1st to 3rd year / 1st to 6th semester) Marksheets
2nd year or 4th semester Marksheet (For Pursuing Student)
Graduation (3rd year / 6th semester) Admit Card.
Any one of the following qualified Mark sheet
CAT-CMA
CMA Foundation
CS Foundation
CA IPCC or CA Intermediate
Engineering Completion certificate

What is the Registration Fees for CMA Inter Course?

The Fees mentioned below is the registration fees both oral and postal, not coaching fees. The registration fees has to be paid to "The Institute of Cost Accountants of India" (ICAI). For more details about the fees visit www.icmai.in.

CMA Inter Registration Fees

Candidate has to register by payment of the fees as per the below chart.

Details of Fee
CMA Foundation Registration Fees
CMA Inter Registration Fees (Option 1)
S.No.
1
2
Total (Rupees)
4,000
20,000
3
CMA Inter Registration Fees (Option 2)
Installment 1
Note: Fees can be paid in two instalment.
12,000
4
CMA Inter Registration Fees (Option 2)
Installment 2
Note: Fees can be paid in two instalment.
8,000
5
CMA Final Registration Fees
17,000

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Frequently Asked Questions / FAQ

What is CMA Inter?

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It is the Second level of CMA course. Students are eligible to write CMA Inter either by completing CMA Foundation or can enter CMA Inter directly upon degree completion.

Is CMA Inter a qualification?

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No, it's not a qualification. But job opportunities are available for students upon completing CMA Inter.

How many attempts for CMA Inter?

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There is no limit to the attempts for CMA Inter. Upon registration, students are expected to finish the exam with a certain period else they would have to register again.

How many subjects for CMA Inter?

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There are totally 8 subjects in CMA Inter across Group 1 and Group 2. The subjects are,
Group 1,
Paper 1 - Financial Accounting
Paper 2 - Laws & Ethics
Paper 3 - Direct Taxation
Paper 4 - Cost Accounting

Group 2,
Paper 5 - Operations Management & Strategic Management
Paper 6 - Cost & Management Accounting andFinancial Management
Paper 7 - Indirect Taxation
Paper 8 - Company Accounts & Audit

Group 1 and Group 2 can be attempted separately or together also. All are subjective papers and doesn't have any negative marks.

What is the eligibility for CMA Inter?

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There are two options to be eligible for CMA Inter.
1. Complete CMA Foundation. or
2. ICSI Foundation or ICAI Intermediate or Graduation in any discipline other than Fine Arts can do CMA Inter.

Is Practical Training is required for doing CMA Inter?

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Before appearing the CMA Final exams candidate should have minimum of 15 months of practical training in finance or accounts field.
Students who have registered before 2020 should have at least 6 months of practical training .

How could I order the CMA Inter study material online?

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Once you have registered in ICMAI, the books will be sent to you through post.

When the CMA Inter exams are conducted?

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Institute of Cost Accountants of India (ICAI) conducts the exams in June and December every year. The exams in 2020 might be delayed due to corono virus lockdown.

When is the last date to submit the registration?

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For June exams, 31st Jan of the  year is the last date for registration
For December exams, 30th July is the last date for registration.

Does CMA Inter have negative marking?

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No. All 8 subjects in CA Inter are subjects papers and doesn't have negative marks

Is Article ship needed for CMA Inter?

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There is no article ship required for CMA Inter. Instead you have to under go practical training after completing CMA Inter.

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