ICWA campus placement sees rise in salary levels

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The Institute of Chartered and Works Accountants of India (ICWA) Southern region saw a rise in its salary levels offered in its sixth edition of campus placement held in Chennai. About 300 candidates who have cleared their final exams had appeared for the campus placement and 188 candidates were given job offers.

“The minimum salary offered was Rs 4.5 lakh per annum and the maximum salary was Rs 13 lakh,” said Raju Iyer, chairman of ICWA coaching committee.

Among the notable recruitments, software major Wipro selected 17 candidates, Dubai-based ETA Star Group selected 10 people and has further shortlisted 20 more.

TVS Group, ITC, Sterlite, EID Parry, Ashok Leyland and Sasken Chemicals were the other companies who participated. Raju Iyer noted that the focus of the campus placement was on the manufacturing companies. ICWA has signed an MoU with Institute of Chartered and Management Accountants of Oman to design their course curriculum.

The institute would also start Certified Accounting Technician (CAT) courses were it aims to produce junior accountants.

is the value of CWA is still

is the value of CWA is still high? because i thought of doing CA but later jumped into CWA and completed inter now i am regreting tat i dint select CA

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