Certified Management Accountant by IMA (Institute of Management Accountants) is one of the most sought, advanced, and globally recognized professional certificate. The impeccable academic credential very much supports the cost and management accounting professionals. It has to be understood that ICWAI and CMA are the same and describes the same course. The three different stages of a CMA course are Foundation, Intermediate and Final. Enjoy the global exposure and a plethora of opportunities in an array of domains to shape up yourselves into a multi talented cost and accounting professional. CMAs can manage the business capital, effectively utilize the resources, efficient strategic decision making, and ensures a sustainable growth of the business. They can also opt for independent practice and have a lot of job opportunities awaiting in MNCs and public & private sector companies.
For freshers the duration of the course is 3years, to complete the final level. The eligibility criteria for CMA foundation is that students should have passed tenth or plus two. For CMA intermediate course , the student has to complete the graduation in any subject other than fine arts. He should also qualify the Foundation course that is offered by the Institute of Cost Accountants of India. Regarding CMA Final, apart from all the eligibility criteria of CMA intermediate, the candidate should qualify both the CMA foundation as well as Intermediate Course. Admissions for CMA start in March and lasts until December , and the classess start on the first of January.
|Certified Management Accountant (CMA)
|Monday- Saturday, 10 am-4 pm
- Verification of eligibility documents(Tenth,Plus two, Degree Certificates, proof of other qualifications like CMA foundation/intermediate, in case applicable).
- Student should pay INR 5000 as admission fee.
- Submit two passport size photos, for official purpose.
- The Commencement date of classes will be declared at the time of admission.