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C.A stands for Chartered Accountant. A Chartered Accountant is a person who is specialized in auditing, taxation and accounting. He also performs as a management and corporate caretaker. Currently accountancy as a profession has become more popular. Even in small companies and businesses the services of a Chartered Accountant is required for money matters. Besides according to Company Act Chartered Accountant professional are the only professionals who can be recruited as auditors for companies in India. A chartered accountant is a individual who is accepted as a associate of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India (ICAI) after passing the Final examination of the Chartered Accountancy course which is conducted by the institute. 

C.S stands for Company Secretaryship. Company Secretary is a professional course which is managed by The Institute of Company Secretaries of India (ICSI) which is constituted under the Company Secretaries Act, 1980 to grow and control the profession of Company Secretaries in India. Company secretary are required to be appointed by those companies who’s paid up capital is of Rs.50 lakhs according to the Companies Act. To turn out to be a company secretary a candidate must pass the foundation course, executive program and professional course which were earlier known as Foundation Examination, Intermediate Examination and Final Examination which are conducted by institutes and later they have to undertake for practical training to be eligible for the membership as a Company secretary.

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