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03 May 2012, 17:58   Report Abuse

Jatin Pandya

trainee



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Is cs diifficult than icwa and ca ? pls clarify me



03 May 2012, 22:28  

ranjith A

finance executive



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not like that............


04 May 2012, 10:10  

Ravi Agarwal

Professor of Finance and Accounting



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On the abstract note, no course is difficult. Following descripttion may help you:

CA - suitable to those who can stick to a seat, ability to sit for long hours, strong in self-study, don't much socialize, strong in both theoretical and numerical subjects, capacity to cope up with stress.

CWA - suitable to those who are strong in numerical subjects, ability to do self-study, ready to move out of hometown.

CS - suitable to those who love theoretical subjects, strong in cramming laws, ready to move out of hometown.


04 May 2012, 14:45  

Dr. Anand Wadadekar

Educationist | Economist | Author



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Dear Ravi Sir, "ready to move out of hometown" - how is this a descripttion?

totally not agreeable... 


04 May 2012, 15:02  

Ravi Agarwal

Professor of Finance and Accounting



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Dear Anand, CAs usually have opportunities of practice in homehown too. This kind of advantage is not there in CS and CWA because it is highly unlikely all towns have large existence of corporates. That is why, it is listed as a reason of preference.


05 May 2012, 10:47  

Dr. Anand Wadadekar

Educationist | Economist | Author



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 I think this cannot be generalised.


05 May 2012, 13:58  

Prem Gandhrva

Senior Officer Accounts



[ Scorecard : 45]


Dear jatin pandya

this question is very difficult but i think CS is easy to CA / CWA


06 May 2012, 00:09  

Jatin Pandya

trainee



[ Scorecard : 48]


Dear Ravi sir, ur explanation is totally irrelevent to my question..in your explanation u just try to explain comparison between CA,CS and ICWA..i did not ask here  to compare this three professional programs...please kindly read question 2  or 10 times...then you slove my query..Totally wrong answer..!!!!!!!!!!!


06 May 2012, 00:11  

Jatin Pandya

trainee



[ Scorecard : 48]


Mr. anand..you are right ravi sir do not understand my question and slove query like that...he is totally wrong...


07 May 2012, 10:56  

Ravi Agarwal

Professor of Finance and Accounting



[ Scorecard : 3550]


Dear Jatin and Anand,

I regret that the answer is not upto your expections.

However, the correct answer is in first line itself ( I guess it has missed your attention though). I have all the three courses and I didn't find any of them either easy or difficult. For some, CA would have posed more difficulties than CWA/CS, for some other, CWA might have been more difficult that CA/CS, and for rest CS would have earned this respect.

It is a universal fact that if the candidate is pro numerical papers (i.e. liking towards practical subjects) then CA and CWA would seem easier than CS. If reverse is the case, then CS would prove easy.

In your case, however, I would strongly advice you to go for MBA.


07 May 2012, 16:50  

Dipeeka Saboo

Marketing Media Industry



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 Hi Jati

So finally what did you decide?

 

Well in my opinion you have been quite rude to Mr.Ravi.

Every expert has their own opinion, and how can you say whatever he said is totally wrong!!!!!!!

All the above members/Experts, who have given their advises,  nothing is wrong, everything has its perspective!

And how can you generalise  courses across streams?

had you asked which is more difficult : CAT or MAT, then it would have made some sense.

CA, CS , are different arenas! though a little related.

Pick your words wisely, if you wish to build healthy relations and network! 

Networking is very important in today's generations

 

All the Best

Visit CAClubindia.com if you wish to get more on the topic of CA/CS...

This is a dedicated platform for MBA /Management!


07 May 2012, 17:26  

Dipeeka Saboo

Marketing Media Industry



[ Scorecard : 2953]


 Hi Jati

So finally what did you decide?

 

Well in my opinion you have been quite rude to Mr.Ravi.

Every expert has their own opinion, and how can you say whatever he said is totally wrong!!!!!!!

All the above members/Experts, who have given their advises,  nothing is wrong, everything has its perspective!

And how can you generalise  courses across streams?

had you asked which is more difficult : CAT or MAT, then it would have made some sense.

CA, CS , are different arenas! though a little related.

Pick your words wisely, if you wish to build healthy relations and network! 

Networking is very important in today's generations

 

All the Best

Visit CAClubindia.com if you wish to get more on the topic of CA/CS...

This is a dedicated platform for MBA /Management!


09 May 2012, 03:41  

Jatin Pandya

trainee



[ Scorecard : 48]


dear sir,,i had done mba with first class distinction from bombay university.....and i agree with ur answer..i am not rude with you..i know evry persons has diff. aspect to slove the queries...and u tried for that...i appreciate and i do thank ..

Message thanked : 1 times


22 May 2012, 16:34  

RAMAN SINGLA

STUDENT



[ Scorecard : 713]


 These all courses demand equal hard work and knowledge........... than this question never arise from these courses which one difficult ......................


31 May 2014, 14:35  

Rahul GuptaI am Online

student



[ Scorecard : 26]


I have completed bba

My score in cmat 103/400

My mat percentile 80.36

I am very good in theoretical subjects rather practical

I am confused about what to do ahead?





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