FAQsQ.1)What are the good reference books for studying in CA-IPCC?
A.1)Accounts: P C tulsian (must buy) Taxman Publication D G Sharma Law : Munish Bhandari – bestward pub. pankaj garg – taxmann (small but good) tax (direct + indirect) : V k singhaniya (dont go for it, best but very very lengthy book) Girish Ahuja – bharat (best) T N Manoharan – snow white (less illustrations but good for concept,) COSTING & FM: P C Tulsian – s chand (must buy) Taxman publication Accounting standard: D S Rawat Moreover the classes by expert faculty comprisinf of CA & CS ( Best CA/CS/CMA coaching in Lucknow) covers the good elements of all the authors.This approach has given one the’Best Results in Lucknow for CA/CS/CMA’.Q.2)In CS Executive which module is easier ?
A.2) Both the modules are easier provided you make a study plan and study according to it. Also analyse the exam pattern properly.Revision is very important just after completing your chapter you must revise it Good revision is a key to success. In CS Exams Law basics must be strong Give first preference to the study material provided by the ICSI. Use ICSI guideline answers for preparation. In CS scanner is one of the most vital tool to succeed. So after your initial preparation don’t forget to check your preparation from scanner. Time management is also very important so you must take care of that. Give your First preference to those subjects which are your favourite and after that prepare those subjects you are comfortable with. NexGen faculty members can help you out with Time management.CA/CS/CMA test series of NexGen is best and result oriented.Q.3) I did not have maths in class 12 can I clear CPT with proper coaching?
A.3) At NexGen we have trained many students with non maths background and helped them clear CPT in first attempt. At NexGen the maths classes are the best.So if you were thinking of dropping CA just because of Maths wait till you attend Vishal Sir’s maths classes at NexGen.Q.4)How can I prepare for CAT/MAT exam?
A.4) In your preparation ,You should remember following concepts and follow these useful key points Good grip on Basics Concepts Practice for each concept thoroughly Solve your doubts as early as possible Take Mock Tests to check your preparation The classes at NexGen are systematic and result oriented.Best CAT result produced by the NexGen team.Test designed by our team led by Vishal Sir and Sunil Sir(IIM Indore) and some of the best testing brands of India offer excellent platform for students from all streams to perform well.Q.5)Should I go for big brand or Good teaching?
A.5)Congratulations ! If this questions has crossed your mind then you are among few intelligent test takers who refuse to be driven by herd mentality. For any good level exams you as a student should observe few things: • Coaching must be result oriented and should have consistent track record. • Good team of trainers. • Good and updated study material. • Last but the most important not more than 40 student in class. So, If you are confused between two institutes talk to some senior faculty members at NexGen.NexGen offers free Career Counselling to students.Q.6)MBA vs MCA which is better for BCA student ?
A.6) Students who have studied MCA have a lot of career opportunities and will get the chance to work with pioneer firms abroad. The IT field requires a lot of professionals and they take in students of MCA with good experience fairly easily. While MCA trains a person for high level positions in the staff, MBA trains one for managerial positions. The subjects that are studied in either one of these postgraduate level courses ensure that students get the chance to make use of their knowledge in whatever fields they go. One other thing that makes MCA more desirable is that students of MCA get paid more when compared to students of MBA. Besides this, with the increase of the quality of their work, students will rise quicker to senior positions within the firm they are employed. One can choose MBA after BCA if they wish to, but they need to make sure that the decision they have made will prove to be useful for them. They need to play according to their strengths and as well as weaknesses. One thing can be said without much doubt – Those who wish to take up a management job with technology companies can choose to study MBA in Systems Management. Those who like to practice a technical job in software engineering & development can choose the MCA course. The best part is that at NexGen you get preparation for both the courses. There are different departments for CAT/MBA entrance (led by Sunil Sir- IIM Indore) and MCA entrance(led by Vishal Sir)Q.7)My academic record is poor.Will I make upto top IIM’s ?
A.7) My guess is that you are a little disheartened by the importance of academic scores at the top MBA colleges / older IIMs. While it is correct that most of the older IIMs frown upon aspirants with poor academic background, a lot of good MBA colleges like MDI, NITIE, IIM Calcutta, etc. primarily look at your CAT score. It is not that your MBA dream should be dead because of poor academic background. It is just that the task is going to be a little harder for you. At NexGen we prepare you holistically so that you can appear for other exams like MAT/CMAT/XAT/SET/NMIMS alongwith CAT.Q.8)How can I prepare for CLAT examination?
A.8) Ideally the preparation for CLAT examination should start from class 11 or class 12 depending on your comfort level. Reading in any way is the best habit for those are preparing for any examination. Knowledge of current affairs indicates that how you are eager to know about your country and world and your interest in society. You will have to decide either you will prepare for the examination by self-study or you will go to seek the admission in any coaching centre providing the career course for CLAT. Self-study is compulsory any ways but such reputed coaching institutions can be very supportive for preparation due to the guidance through experienced faculty which is providing the knowledge for several years. At NexGen we have designed a special curriculum for 11 & 12 appearing by offering them weekend classes which do not interfere with their regular coachings and school.