I am a finance personnel having no professional degree (Graduate from university in B.Com), working in a PSU. My company is likely to be merged with another PSU. I am afraid that I shall loose my job after merger. I want to be a CA professional. My age is 52 years. Is it a good ideal. Kindly elaborate.
From India, Mumbai
Greetings Sir,
It is aptly said that there is no age limit to learning and education. If you feel that you want to study CA, you must go ahead. However CA will take a minimum of 4 years for completion. If all goes well, you will be a CA by the age of 57. The good thing is that CA is a professional qualification and you can practice accountancy for as long as you want; without any botheration of retirement age.
Regards
Rahul

From India, Delhi
Dear Concerned Professional,
I hope you have selected CA course , if not there are other options as well in Finance area. At this age its risky to do CA. As experinced Career Consultant , I would suggest you can go for Master in Finance Management - MFM or Master in Economics / Master in Business Economics. Good scope in Analyst role all over the world. Not just India. BFSI is vast field.
I take Career Counselling and Career Coaching sessions as well.
Please mail me your queries on

From India, Delhi

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