Monday, 10 August 2015

What is the advantage and disadvantage of studying for both CA and CS together?

There's a lesson my father gave me a few years ago, and it seems to have stuck with me like velcro laced with glue.
"Remember that no effort that you may put into gaining knowledge ever goes waste."

Thus, in my opinion, to pursue knowledge not with the objective of collecting qualifications, but to learn more is a much greater motivator in life than is a motive to achieve some quantifiable gain.

The biggest advantage of pursuing these 2 qualifications would be that your learning on how to handle exam pressure and present answers in professional exams while you take one set of exams, will help you when you prepare for exams of the other course.

In addition, you will do a study of subjects like general and commercial laws, labor laws, securities law and taxation laws from a different perspective in CS than you would in CA. I observed CS to focus on polishing a professional's knowledge about the procedures of these laws, while CA's curriculum focuses on the essence of the law. While the latter may seem more important, you cannot understate the importance of the former too.

The only disadvantage I can think of is one which may come in making time management a big issue for you to handle well. But let's look at it as an opportunity instead to make you a more efficient time manager.

I hope you find the courage to do much more than you think you're capable of. All the best!

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