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CA vs MBA

During one of my interaction sessions with students, someone asked the following question:

 

What do u think of chartered accountant career in terms of rewards it carry? Kindly suggest

This is what I answered: CA is a good and rewarding career although, like in medicine, building a practice from scratch takes time. Of course, there is the option of working for someone else -- CAs are in demand in the industry like never before. 
KPOs, equity analysis and accounting firms employ a lot of CAs at very good salaries. But remember, it can be a very boring profession if you don't like working with numbers. So don't make a choice based only on the job potential!

 

The ABCD of CA :

Ask most engineers why they did a BE and they'll tell you: "That's what all bright students who opt for science do... unless they want to do medicine."

 

The situation is something similar with CA. "That's what all bright commerce students do... unless they want to do MBA." Of course, the situation is a bit different. Even those doing the CA may eventually top it off with an MBA.

 

The difference between the CA and MBA is a bit like the difference between a five day test match and one day cricket. Acquiring a CA takes a lot of plodding and perseverance; at the end of the day, a result may prove inconclusive.

The MBA, like one day cricket, is quick, glamorous and performers get faster recognition as stars.

 

In case of CA and MBA, both may join the same companies, but their job profiles would be completely distinct. This is not to say that one job is 'superior' to the other.

 

The fact is that, starting as a CA -– practically -- you can expect to climb up the ladder upto the CFO position. While an MBA's career path could -- in theory – you may lead upto CEO. There can be notable exceptions but, generally, this holds true.

 

Why MBAs are preferred

The reason is simple: being CEO is about vision and leadership. This would require you -- at times -- to take a leap of faith, even when the numbers are against you. For example, you diversify into a new area of business. This may mean investing a lot of money, literally burning cash in the initial phase. It may look very bad on the balance sheet for a while, but there is a gameplan and eventually it pays off.

 

MBAs are exposed to all aspects of the business -- their role is to take a bird's eye view of the organisation. On the other hand, CAs are trained to look at the eye of the fish. And they do a damn good job of it.

 

But should a CA decide to throw down his accounting and auditing arrow and don a different hat, it is not easy. The mobility into general management and consulting that comes with an MBA from a premier institute is missing for CAs. Even though the CA has battled equally hard; a rank holder in particular would be one among several thousand aspirants.

 

Overall, it appears that MBAs score when it comes to communication skills, presentation and customer orientation. The 'soft skills' so crucial for success in today's corporate world.

 

The bottomline is that certain jobs are purely in the CA domain: Statutory & Regulatory compliance, Consolidations, Taxation, International Accounting (GAAP), Internal Audit, Systems Audit, Transaction Advisory -- to name a few.

 

Other profiles are available to both CAs and MBAs: MIS, Budgeting forecasting, Business Planning, Equity Research, Treasury, Investment Banking, Mergers and Acquisitions, Portfolio management, Fund management, Sector Analysis.

 

However, these are diversified roles. Many employers prefer to hire MBAs from premier institutes for these roles, as it is felt they are more equipped to provide insight and analysis.

 

Does a CA + MBA combination provide an extra edge? Well, it never hurts to have a double degree but there's no sure fire formula to become a finance whizkid. An engineer + MBA or a B Com with a degree from a top 10 institute stands an equal chance!

 

So, how do you decide?

 

Reasons to do a CA include:

 

1. Dad owns a CA firm, it makes sense to join the business

2. Professional qualification chahiye. CA is a good one -- nothing stops you from doing an MBA later.

3. You genuinely like accounting. It's what you've always dreamt of doing in life. As few 17 or 18 year olds know what they want in life.

 

Reason 3 is rare. But Reasons 1 and 2 are perfectly valid.

 

If lucky, you may find that you enjoy the subjects and become an excellent CA. If not so lucky but smart, you may not like what you study but still become a competent CA. If neither smart nor lucky, you will probably remain a frustrated 'trying to clear my CA' student.

 

The perception is that the CA success story is 'all or nothing'. Either you clear the exam  -- rather, three different exams -- or you get left behind. Whereas, in the case of an MBA, while only a few make it to the top 10 institutes, there is always the hope of the next 10 and then the next 10.

 

However, things are changing on that front. In the recent past passing percentage has risen dramatically. 'Gone are the days when the pass rates were 2-3 percent. Now, if you consider both groups at the final level, these are at 25-35 percent. In a single group, it is often as high as 30 percent.

 

The basic problem

ICAI can shout itself hoarse over the great new career opportunities a CA degree brings -- and rightly so. It can hope to attract some of the very bright students who become CAs first and MBAs later. 

The very nature of the profession -- exacting, detailed and dealing with numbers will put off many students. And there is nothing that anyone can do about it.

That is all I meant when I made my original statement -- that CA can be a boring profession. That does not imply that all those who become CAs are either bored -- or boring.

But just like you can't become a doctor if you faint at the sight of blood, you can't become a CA if you are unable to make sense of numbers.

 

Gyan Gurucull Serve CA Inter Tax/Taxation, Direct Tax Classes

Jassprit S Johar’s Gyan Gurucull is leading institute for coaching classes of CA Intermediate which also known as CA-Inter. CA inter is the second level of CA-Course. CA Inter examination is conducted 2 times every year i.e. in the month of May & November by THE INSTITUTE OF CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS OF INDIA (ICAI). Students can enroll themselves for CA Inter course if they have qualified CA Foundation exams or through Direct entry scheme. Eligibility criteria for Direct entry scheme: (1) for Commerce Graduates or Post Graduates Candidate must have score of minimum 55% marks, (2) For any other graduates or Postgraduates Candidate must have score of minimum 60% marks and (3) Candidates who have qualified the CS Executive exams conducted by Institute of Companies Secretaries of India or Intermediate level of Institute of Cost Accountants of India.
CA Inter Taxation, CA Inter is a shorter version of CA Intermediate (Second level of Chartered Accountant Course in India) and Taxation is the core subject of the curriculum among eight subjects. CA Inter Taxation is said to be one of the very difficult and most important subjects. This is primarily due to the fact that students are exposed to this subject for the first time in his life. The dynamics of the subject are due to the fact that this subject face amendment every year due to Indian finance Act and Budget presented by the finance minister of our country.
Jassprit s Johar’s Gyan Gurucull provide videos classes for CA Inter Taxation to students of CA/CS/CMA across India. Students can purchase CA Inter Tax Video Classes/virtual Classes from Gyangurucull, both online classes and offline classes (Pen-drive Classes & downloadable links) are available for sale. There are two parts of CA Inter taxation (a) Direct Tax (also known as income tax) which carries weightage of 60 marks & (b) Indirect tax (GST- Goods and Services tax) which carries weightage of 40 marks. Both the parts Direct tax & Indirect tax (GST) is taught Jassprit S Johar who is the most trusted faculty of India. He qualified as Chartered Accountant in May 2003 and since then he has been guiding students to face exam for taxation for CA Intermediate level. He has also authored books on Income Tax and GST and at present his books are being published by Bharat Law House. Jassprit S Johar Sir has been providing CA Inter taxation classes for past one and half decades in Gyan Gurucull (also famous among students as Tax Hub). He is also visiting faculty at ICAI (Institute of chartered accountant of India) for the subject of CA Inter Tax.
Gyan Gurucull provides the best taxation classes for CA intermediate across India. Students can purchase Online classes and offline classes for Direct Tax, GST, Taxation, Amendments Classes etc which can be access from any device at any time. Students can also use our Mobile Application to watch the classes, access noted, order books, give test etc.

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