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CA Inter Updated chapterwise Weightage of Each Subject

CA Inter Updated chapterwise Weightage of Each Subject

As the current economy is rapidly developing, a career in accounts and finance has gained popularity at great intensity. In this field, the most reputed and influential career line is known to be a Chartered Accountant (CA). Usually, Chartered Accountancy is considered as a vital, rewarding and challenging profession. Since you have cleared the first level; CA Foundation with flying colors, now you can have your complete focus on the next level in this field. 

 

CA Intermediate is the second level in the CA line that you need to clear to move forward to the third level. Each level is more difficult than earlier so buckle up to study hard and smart. Aspiring individuals who have registered for the CA Intermediate course are advised to connect with CA Test Series and get on with their preparation before it’s too late.

 

CA Inter Subject wise weightage

 

CA Intermediate Accounting Weightage

 

ACCOUNTING (INTER)

Chapter No.

Chapter Name

Marks  weightage

ABC Analysis

1.       

Introduction to Accounting Standards

4

C

2.       

Framework for Preparation and Presentation of Financial Statements

6

C

3.       

Overview of Accounting Standards

20

A

·        Unit 1: Applicability of Accounting Standards

·        Unit 2: Overview of Accounting Standards

4.       

Financial Statements of Companies

10

A

·        Unit 1: Preparation of Financial Statements

·        Unit 2: Cash Flow Statement

5.       

Profit or Loss Pre and Post Incorporation

10

B

6.       

Accounting for Bonus Issue and Right Issue

10

B

7.       

Redemption of Preference Shares

12

B

8.       

Redemption of Debentures

8

C

9.       

Investment Accounts

10

B

10.    

Insurance Claims for Loss of Stock and Loss of Profit

15

A

11.    

Hire Purchase and Instalment Sale Transactions

8

B

12.    

Departmental Accounts

8

A

13.    

Accounting for Branches Including Foreign Branches

10

A

14.    

Accounts from Incomplete Records

16

A

 

 

CA Intermediate Corporate and other Law weightage

 

LAW (INTER)

Chapter No.

Chapter Name

Marks  weightage

ABC Analysis

 

Part I: Company Law

 

 

1.       

Preliminary

10

B

2.       

Incorporation of company and matters incidental Thereto

6

B

3.       

Prospectus and Allotment of Securities

12

A

4.       

Share capital and Debentures

2

C

5.       

Acceptance of Deposits by companies

6

B

6.       

Registration of Charges

10

A

7.       

Management and Administration

8

A

8.       

Declaration and payment of dividend

6

B

9.       

Accounts of Companies

5

C

10.    

Audit and Auditors

9

A

 

Part II: Other Laws

 

 

1.       

The Indian Contract Act,1872

10

B

·        Unit 1: Contract of Indemnity and Guarantee

·        Unit 2: Bailment and Pledge

·        Unit 3: Agency

2.       

The Negotiable Instruments Act, 1881

10

B

3.       

The General Clauses Act

7

C

4.       

Interpretation of statutes

8

       

 

CA Intermediate Cost and Management Accounting Weightage

 

COST & MA (INTER) Weightage and ABC Analysis

 

Chapter No.

Chapter Name

Marks  weightage

ABC Analysis

1.       

Introduction to Cost and Management Accounting

4

C

2.       

Material Cost

12

A

3.       

Employee Cost and Direct Expenses

10

4.       

Overheads: Absorption Costing Method

10

B

5.       

Activity Based Costing

12

B

6.       

Cost Sheet

15

A

7.       

Cost Accounting System

18

A

8.       

Unit & Batch Costing

8

C

9.       

Job Costing and Contract Costing

12

10.    

Process & Operation Costing

10

B

11.    

Joint Products & By Products

8

C

12.    

Service Costing

15

A

13.    

Standard Costing

12

A

14.    

Marginal Costing

10

B

15.    

Budget and Budgetary Control

8

B

 

 

CA Intermediate Taxation Weightage

 

Tax (INTER)

Chapter No.

Chapter Name

Marks  weightage

ABC Analysis

 

Sec-A: Income-tax Law

 

 

1.       

Basic Concepts

5

C

2.       

Residence and Scope of Total Income

8

B

3.       

Incomes which do not form part of Total Income

6

B

4.       

 Heads of Income

12

 

·        Unit 1: Salaries

B

·        Unit 2: Income from House Property

A

·        Unit 3: Profits and Gains of Business or Profession

A

·        Unit 4: Capital Gains

A

·        Unit 5: Income from Other Sources

A

5.       

Income of Other Persons included in Assessee’s Total Income

12

B

6.       

Aggregation of Income, Set-off and Carry Forward of Losses

10

B

7.       

Deductions from Gross Total Income

8

A

8.       

Computation of Total Income and Tax Payable

12

B

9.       

Advance Tax, Tax Deduction at Source and Introduction to Tax Collection at Source

6

C

10.    

Provisions for filing Return of Income and Self-assessment

9

 

Sec-B: Indirect Taxes

 

 

1.       

GST in India - An Introduction

2

C

2.       

Supply under GST

10

A

3.       

Charge of GST

5

B

4.       

Exemptions from GST

12

A

5.       

Time and Value of Supply

10

 

·        Unit I: Time of Supply

A

·        Unit II: Value of Supply

6.       

Input Tax Credit

10

A

7.       

Registration

8

B

8.       

Tax Invoice: Credit and Debit Notes; E-way Bill

12

C

9.       

Payment of Tax

10

10.    

Returns

6

 

 

CA Intermediate Advanced Accounting Weightage

 

ADV ACCOUNTING (INTER)

Chapter No.

Chapter Name

Marks  weightage

ABC Analysis

1.       

Application of Accounting Standards

18

A

2.       

Partnership Accounting

16

A

3.       

Accounting for Employee Stock Option Plans

8

B

4.       

Buy Back of Securities and Equity Shares with Differential Rights

8

C

5.       

Amalgamation of Companies

16

A

6.       

Accounting for Reconstruction of Companies

10

A

7.       

Accounting for Liquidation of Companies

8

B

8.       

Banking Companies

10

A

·        Unit 1: Some Relevant Provisions of The Banking Regulations Act, 1949

·        Unit 2: Books of Accounts, Returns and Forms of Financial Statements

·        Unit 3: Capital Adequacy Norms

·        Unit 4: Income Recognition, Classification of Assets and Provisions

·        Unit 5: Some Special Transactions of Banks

Unit 6: Preparation of Financial Statements of Banks

9.       

Non-Banking Financial Companies

8

C

10.    

Consolidated Financial Statements

16

A

 

 

CA Intermediate Auditing and Assurance weightage

 

AUDIT (Inter)

Chapter No.

Chapter Name

Marks  weightage

ABC Analysis

1.       

Nature, Objective and Scope of Audit

15

B

2.       

Audit Strategy, Audit Planning & Audit

12

A

Programme

3.       

Audit Documentation and Audit Evidence

8

B

4.       

Risk Assessment and Internal Control

10

A

5.       

Fraud and Responsibilities of Auditor

12

A

6.       

Audit in an Automated Environment

8

B

7.       

Audit Sampling

10

C

8.       

Analytical Procedures

8

A

9.       

Audit of Items of Financial Statements

10

C

10.    

The Company Audit

15

A

11.    

Audit Report

8

A

12.    

Audit of Banks

12

A

13.    

Audit of Different Entities

10

B

 

CA Intermediate EIS-SM (Enterprise Information System and Strategic Management) Weightage

 

EISM (INTER)

Chapter No.

Chapter Name

Marks  weightage

ABC Analysis

 

Section-A: Enterprise Information Systems

 

 

1.       

Automated business processes

15

A

2.       

Financial and accounting systems

10

B

3.       

Information systems and its components

12

A

4.       

E-commerce, m-commerce and emerging technologies

10

B

5.       

Core banking systems

10

B

 

Section-B: Strategic Management

 

 

1.       

Introduction to Strategic Management

6

C

2.       

Dynamics of Competitive Strategy

10

A

3.       

Strategic Management Process

8

B

4.       

Corporate Level Strategies

8

B

5.       

Business Level Strategies

6

B

6.       

Functional Level Strategies

10

A

7.       

Organisation and Strategic Leadership

7

C

8.       

Strategy Implementation and Control

12

A

 

 

CA Intermediate FM-ECO (Financial Management and Economics) Weightage

 

FM & ECO (INTER)

Chapter No.

Chapter Name

Marks  weightage

ABC Analysis

 

Section-A: Financial Management

 

 

1.       

Scope and Objectives of Financial Management

4

C

2.       

Types of Financing

8

B

3.       

Financial Analysis and Planning - Ratio Analysis

6

C

4.       

Cost of Capital

10

A

5.       

Financing Decisions - Capital Structure

10

6.       

Financing Decisions - Leverages

8

B

7.       

Investment Decisions

12

A

8.       

Risk Analysis in Capital Budgeting

10

A

9.       

Lease Financing

8

A

10.    

Dividend Decisions

12

A

11.    

Management of Working Capital

12

B

·        Unit I: Introduction to Working Capital Management

·        Unit II: Treasury and Cash Management

·        Unit III: Management of Inventory

·        Unit IV: Management of Receivables

·        Unit V: Management of Payables (Creditors)

·        Unit VI: Financing of Working Capital

 

Section-B: Economics for Finance

 

 

1.       

Determination of National Income

10

A

·     Unit I: National Income Accounting

·     Unit II: The Keynesian Theory of Determination of National Income

2.       

Public Finance

12

A

·        Unit I: Fiscal Functions: An Overview

·        Unit II: Market Failure

·        Unit III: Government Interventions to Correct Market Failure

·        Unit IV: Fiscal Policy

3.       

Money Market

8

B

·        Unit I: The Concept of Money Demand : Important Theories

·        Unit II: The Concept of Money Supply

·        Unit III: Monetary Policy

4.       

International Trade

10

B

·        Unit I: Theories of International Trade

·        Unit II: The Instruments of Trade Policy

·        Unit III: Trade Negotiations

·        Unit IV: Exchange Rate and Its Economic Effects

·        Unit V: International Capital Movements

 

 

Check Out the CA Intermediate Syllabus

 

  • The syllabus of CA Intermediate has undergone various changes. Within the revised scheme of education initiated by ICAI, there has been a lot of alterations and up gradations in the syllabus of the CA Intermediate level.

 

  • Earlier it was known as CA IPCC that is now renamed as CA Intermediate. Under the old system, there are 7 papers in total, now there are 8 papers. The total marks of the exam were 700, whereas now, it is 800.

 

  • Once you have gone through the complete syllabus, it is time for you to get ready to start with the preparation and for that, you need to first your study timetable and schedule. You can plan it as per the CA Test Series Schedule; however, ensure to follow it with the utmost attention and dedication if you wish to score well at this level.

 

 

Study the CA Intermediate Exam Pattern

 

  • The Institute of Chartered Accountants of India (ICAI) introduced the new exam pattern for CA Intermediate level. The exams will be conducted offline just like any other exam. Individuals who are preparing to give the CA Intermediate level exams must study the exam pattern of their respective year in order to understand the changes in both old and new schemes along with several aspects related to the question paper.

 

  • As per the CA Intermediate exam pattern, 70% of the paper will hold subjective, long questions and the remaining 30% consists of MCQs. The exam pattern of this exam has got 8 papers distributed into two groups. Hence, there are four papers in each group that is as per your choice to appear for once at a time.

 

  • The exam for the CA Intermediate Group 1 will be first and then after a few days, you will have to give the exam for Group 2. However, it totally depends on your preparation and ability on how you want to give the exams. According to the latest exam pattern, students must score a minimum of 50% overall and 40% each paper to qualify the CA Intermediate level.

 

If you have already applied for this year’s session, you should go through the CA Intermediate exam pattern so that there is no room for doubt and confusion when your exams are around the corner. With a reliable and trusted CA Inter Test Series, you will be able to manage your study plan and professional’s assistance in order to acquire great rank in this level.

 

Know the Topic-wise Weightage of Each Subject

 

Every year ICAI provides modules that contain comprehensive information related to the topics included in various CA Intermediate subjects. Don’t forget to practice CA Inter Mock Test once you’re done with your entire syllabus.  Let’s start with the papers of CA Intermediate with the divarication of marks –

 

Group – 1

 

Paper 1: Accounting (100 Marks)

 

Paper 2: Corporate & Other Laws (100 Marks)

 

  • Part I: Company Law (60 Marks)

 

  • Part II: Other Laws (40 Marks)

 

Paper 3: Cost and Management Accounting (100 Marks)

 

Paper 4: Taxation (100 Marks)

 

  • Section A: Income-tax Law (60 Marks)

 

  • Section B: Indirect Taxes (40 Marks)

 

Group II

 

Paper 5: Advanced Accounting (100 Marks)

 

Paper 6: Auditing and Assurance (100 Marks)

 

Paper 7: Enterprise Information Systems & Strategic Management (100 Marks)

 

Section A: Enterprise Information Systems (60 Marks)

 

Section B: Strategic Management (40 Marks)

 

Paper 8: Financial Management & Economics for Finance (100 Marks)

 

  • Section A: Financial Management (60 Marks)

 

  • Section B: Economics for Finance (40 Marks)

 

Most professionals in this line advise to trust the study materials provided by the ICAI for all the CA level as they suggest the best books. However, for easy and quick preparations, you should closely look for their study material and follow it with complete dedication in order to prepare well for the CA inter exams. Train well and clear all the levels to become a Chartered Accountant (CA) for an enticing and rewarding career.

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