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Sports Person

Introduction

"Champions aren't made in the gyms. Champions are made from something they have deep inside them -- a desire, a dream, a vision."

Sports persons compete in various sports depending on what sport they take up as their expertise, like Archery, Badminton, Basketball, Volleyball, Boxing, Cycling, Diving, Equestrian, Fencing Football, Gymnastics, Handball, Hockey, Judo, Rowing, Sailing, Shooting, Swimming, Table Tennis, Taekwondo, Tennis, Volleyball, Water Polo, Weightlifting, Wrestling etc.

Sports as a career
If sports interest you then there are many options that you can look for, like playing a sport fulltime, becoming a sports coach / instructor and venturing out in the allied fields like sports journalism, sports medicine and sports management, event management and facility management ( maintenance of stadiums and academies for sports).
To be a sportsperson, the sooner one begins the better. Having talent in the chosen sport is very important. People who are able to find a good coach and training have a better chance of becoming successful. Strong determination and perseverance in needed along with talent. One can take training at various facilities of Sports Authority of India. One can begin after class 12 or earlier. One can begin career at the amateur level and start participating in the State level, Regional level and finally graduate to the National level.
Other than SAI, there are many state level and private organizations that support sports enthusiasts. In many SAI establishments, the government bears the cost of training and also brings top level coaches. Most of the SAI programmes also have scholarships and student supports and students can also look for financial assistance since many sportspeople in India struggle to find sponsorships.
Cricket is a passion in India and one can find cricket academies all over the country. Various tournaments are played at the domestic level, which help players qualify for the national team, the chief ones being the Ranji and the Duleep trophy.
Football is another national favourite game. The All India Football Federation is the governing body that oversees the conduct of various league matches, club, district, all India and national football tournaments. The Sports Authority of India (SAI) has coaches to provide training in the sport and the District Sports Councils also conduct sports camps for youngsters.
Hockey although is our national game but has not caught the fancy of youngsters. Recently the hockey federation has started Hockey League like IPL in cricket. The qualifying matches are played in the Dhyan Chand Tournament and Indian Hockey Federation is the governing body for hockey in India. Chess is another popular sport. One can start with school based event and then reach the state and then national level.
Horse Riding is considered a skill and traditionally related to India. The Equestrian Federation of India promotes the sport in India. In various cities one can find Horse riding trainers and the Jodhpur Polo and Equestrian Institute, and various others provide professional training.
For tennis, Leander Paes, Mahesh Bhupathi and Sania Mirza are seen as role models by many enthusiasts. Every big city now has tennis academy out of which many are affiliated to the All India Tennis Association. One usually plays in the junior circuit and depending on the ranking gets entry into major events.
Abhinav Bindra’s Olympic gold and Gagan Narang’s performance inspired many to pursue shooting. The National Rifle Association of India is the only association in India that trains civilians for the purpose of self-defence. It is associated with various international shooting federations. The National Rifle Association of India has around sixty associations or units spread across the country and has international coaches to train up-coming shooters. The Sports Authority of India has been constituted at the National level to encourage and develop acumen in sports. SAI has State level branches to organise, manage and conduct a host of schemes intended to promote sports facilities and assistance for the talented. Sports Authority of India (SAI) is responsible for training coaches, R&D in sports, physical education, R&D in physical education, sports promotion, nurturing talent, and training of athletes.
Age 9-12 --> National sports talent scheme-Talent in swimming, athletics, gymnastics as well as ball and net games which include tennis, hockey, basketball, table tennis, football, volleyball, badminton and wrestling are supported under this scheme. Students in the 9 to 12 age can qualify tests conducted by the Sports Authority. The tests check general and specific physical skills required for each of the disciplines. Selected students undergo sports training along with school education in one of the SAI sponsored schools. The sponsorship includes all expenditures including tuition fee, boarding, lodging, incidental expenditures, sports kits maintenance allowances, medical facilities, travel etc. Coaches provide the necessary training to students selected under this scheme, conduct evaluation tests and maintain performance records.
Age 16-20 --> Students can benefit from the Hostel scheme in sponsored institutions. Special Area Games Schemes operate for identifying and nurturing talent from all regions in the country.
Army --> Regimental training centres have schools where students with sporting talent from neighboring areas are enrolled. Education, training in sports, and military training completes the curriculum.
Scholarships at colleges/universities --> Students participating in national championships, inter-university tournaments are eligible for the Sports Talent Scholarship awarded by the Government of India, Department of Youth Affairs and Sports. Candidates are selected on the basis of merit, ascertained by a duly constituted Selection Committee.
Private sponsorships --> SAI has six regional sports centres. Coaching facilities in popular sports such as badminton, tennis, hockey and cricket are provided. The facilities provided are of international standards. Special Sports Academies/Federations provide similar facilities. These are often privately sponsored and sportspersons with proven talent are supported by these academies.
A student can opt for career in sports in any of the fields of his interest like cricket, hockey, boxing, swimming, volleyball, tennis etc.

Courses & Eligibility

Many sportsperson usually take up courses in Physical Education along with training in their sport. Although it is not mandatory but since sports is not a life time career and one usually ventures later into other careers it is better to continue education in the field..

Top Colleges

There are many colleges and training institutes in India that provide various courses.
(1.) BPCAS College of Physical Education, Mumbai
(2.) Indira Gandhi Institute of Physical Education and Sports Sciences, Delhi
(3.) Utkal University, Bhubaneshwar
(4.) University of Delhi
(5.) Dhyan Chandra Sports College, Lucknow
(6.) University of Madras, Tamil Nadu
(7.) Sports University Rai, Haryana
(8.) Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya, Indore
(9.) Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar
(10.) Degree College of Physical Education, Gujarat
(11.) Rajasthan Mahila Physical Teachers Training Vidyalaya, Udaipur
(12.) MRF Pace Foundation, Chennai
(13.) Tata Football Academy, Jamshedpur
(14.) National Cricket Academy, Bangalore
(15.) Gujarat University, Ahmedabad
(16.) National Sports East Centre, Kolkata
(17.) Amity School of Physical Education and Sports Sciences, Noida
(18.) Bhupathi Tennis Academy, Bangalore
(19.) Indira Gandhi Institute of Physical Education and Sports Sciences, New Delhi.
(20.) Lakshmibai National Institute of Physical Education, Gwalior

Pay and Remuneration

At the international level the pay offs are very good. Also some of the sports offer good remunerations while for others that is not the case. With some success come sponsorship, brand endorsements and ad revenues.

Career Prospects

It’s a dream for every sports person to represent India at the international events. Many strive hard to realize this dream and later venture into related fields. After experience working as a coach or Instructor is a very natural transition. Besides they can work as Physical Education Instructors and Umpire/Referee. Many take up assignments of managing sports and leisure clubs and go to sports journalism whether written or as a commentator or Anchor for sports shows.
Armed forces and Indian government have special recruitment drives for exceptional sporting talent. Many public sector undertaking also provide employment to sports persons.

Famous Personalities

While Sachin Tendulkar and Dhoni are demi Gods in India some other famous people are Saina Nehwal, Mary Kom, Vijendra Singh, Sushil Kumar, Abhinav Bindra and Gagan Narang.

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Chartered Accountant

Introduction

"A banner in front of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India reads."

If this joke could make you smile, then you are ready to take a plunge in Chartered Accountancy. The hard work and the dedication needed to clear these exams make chartered accountancy such a dynamic profession and often, a dreaded one too.

Chartered Accountants are professional people who work in the field of business and finance and their job encompasses areas like audits, taxation, company law, financial accounting and general management of companies. They can either work as self-employed professionals, or work as employees in public or private sector. As an employee, a C.A.'s basic job is to maintain accounts, complying the regulatory requirements and provide inputs on financial managements.
As a professional, they do financial audits, give financial advice to the company or individual, advice the clients on tax planning, mergers and acquisitions and male management reports giving recommendations after mandatory audits.
Schools are the first place where kid’s future and behaviour takes shape. The teacher has several roles to play as that of the information provider, the role model, the facilitator, the assessor and the planner. The teacher must know her student and create a warm and protective environment in the classroom which is then reflected in the academic progress of the students. Rather than being a totalitarian in the classroom, the teacher must be a guide to the student. By their love and caring attitude towards the student, by aiding their self esteem, encouraging them to share their issues in personal life, the teacher makes a big difference in the student’s life.

What after CA ?
CA course will not only better your prospects in terms of immediate job but also offers very good opportunity for higher education. After CA if you want you can always go for MBA and many universities accept CA a PG qualification and you can directly enroll for PhD.

Courses & Eligibility

Chartered Accountancy: The course can be pursued from Institute of Chartered Accountants of India, which regulates the CA profession, which is the only institute which offers course of chartered accountancy and gives CA certification.

Under the existing chartered accountancy scheme of education, training and examination, the requirements for becoming a chartered accountant are as follows: (as per ICAI)


(1.)Enroll with the Institute for Common Proficiency Test (CPT) after passing class 10th examination conducted by an examining body constituted by law in India or an examination recognized by the Central Government as equivalent thereto.
(2.)Appear in CPT after appearing in the senior secondary examination (10+2 examination) conducted by an examining body constituted by law in India or an examination recognized by the Central Government as equivalent thereto and after completion of specified period (60 days) from the date of registration for CPT with the Board of Studies as on the first day of the month in which examination is to be held, viz., students registered on or before 1st April/1st October will be eligible to appear in June/December examination, as the case may be. However, candidate should pass both CPT and 10+2 before registering for Integrated Professional Competence Course (IPCC).
(3.)Enroll for Group I or Group II or for both Group I and Group II of Integrated Professional Competence Course (IPCC) to become “Chartered Accountant”.
(4.)Successfully complete 9 months of study course from the date of IPCC registration.
(5.)Successfully complete Orientation Course of one week spanning 35 hours and covering topics, such as personality development, communication skills, office procedure, business environment, general commercial knowledge, etc., before commencement of articled training.
(6.)Successfully complete 100 hours Information Technology Training (ITT) before commencement of articled training.
(7.)Appear and pass Group I as well as Group II of Integrated Professional Competence Examination (IPCE). Group I is composed of four papers and Group II is composed of three papers.
(8.)Register as Articled Assistant for a period of 3 years, on passing either Group I or both the Groups of IPCE. (9.)Register for CA Final Course and prepare for CA Final Examination.
(10.)Undergo General Management and Communication Skills (GMCS) (15 days) course while undergoing Final Course and serving the last 12 months of articled training.
(11.)Complete 3 years period of articled training.
(12.)Appear in the Final Examination on completion of the practical training or while serving last 6 months of articled training on or before the last day of the month preceding the month in which the examination is to be held.
(13.)Pass final examination and complete GMCS, if not completed earlier.
(14.)Enroll as a member of ICAI and designate as “Chartered Accountant”.

CA after class 12th (CPT ) Common Proficiency Test (CPT) is an entry level test for Chartered Accountancy Course. It is an objective type test of 200 marks of 4 subjects namely, Fundamentals of Accounting, Mercantile Laws, General Economics and Quantitative Aptitude with an objective to test the basic knowledge in these subjects. CPT is divided into two sessions of two hours each. In the first session there are two sections: Section A – Fundamentals of Accounting carrying 60 marks and Section B – Mercantile laws carrying 40 marks. In the second session there are two sections: Section C – General Economics carrying 50 marks and Section D – Quantitative Aptitude also carrying 50 marks. These two sessions are of two hours each

CA after GraduationStudents who have graduated in Commerce with 50% marks, non- commerce graduates with subjects other than Mathematics and an aggregate of 55% and non-commerce students with Maths and an aggregate of 60% do not have to appear for the CPT test and can directly register themselves for Integrated Professional Competence Course (IPCC).
During the course in various groups one has to study Fundamentals of Accounting, Mathematics and Statistics, Economics, Mercantile Law, Accounting, Law, and Auditing, Cost accounting, Income-Tax & Central Sales Tax, and Organisation & Management and Fundamentals of Electronic Data Processing.
For the final examination one has to study: Advanced Accounting, Management Accounting, Auditing and Company Law, Direct Tax Laws, Corporate Management, Secretarial Practice, Managerial Economics and National Accounting, Operational Research and Statistical Analysis, System Analysis and Data Processing, Costs Systems and Cost Control, Management Information and Control Systems, Tax Planning and Tax Management, Management and Operational Audit.

Course Fee

Unlike other professional courses, the fee for becoming a CA is very less, which is often inclusive of the cost of study material. The fee for CPT is approximately Rs.6700/- while that of IPCC is Rs.9000/-

Top Colleges


Institute of Chartered Accountants of India.

Pay and Remuneration

The Chartered Accountants generally get paid depending upon ones' work experience and the firm where one is placed. Candidates holding CA inter- qualification have a starting pay of around Rs.7500/- per month, while a full fledged CA after having worked for around 5 - 8 years in a good firm, draws a salary anywhere between Rs.10 lakhs to 15 lakhs per year. Whereas those working as independent professionals also earn a very healthy sum, depending upon number of clients services etc.

Career Prospects

With the changing times, campus interviews are organized by the institutes for freshly qualified chartered accountants at various centres like Mumbai, Delhi, Kolkata, Bangalore, and Chennai. Fresh professionals are interviewed and the deserving ones are immediately absorbed by organizations. Other than these interviews, a Chartered Accountant can explore a few other possibilities.
• He can choose to set up his own independent practice and develop his own clients on merit. • He can apply for as job at an existing firm of Chartered Accountants. • He can offer his services in the field of capital market. • A qualified Chartered Accountant can join the Government Service, Public Sector or even in the Private Sector. • Institute of CA of India is also well recognised abroad like in England, Wales and Australia so one can even practice in these countries as well.

Famous Personalities

Mr.Aditya Puri, CEO of HDFC Bank is a Chartered Accountant.
Mr.Rakesh Jhunjhunwala, Ace investor and trader, is a Chartered Accountant.
Mr. S. Gurumurthy, Journalist who wrote about business malpractices at Reliance and about Finance Minister P. Chidambaram is also a Chartered Accountant.

A Day In Life

The importance of Chartered Accountants has increased with the growth of capital and money market in India. An accountant will stay busy doing a lot of things, depending on his area of expertise like:
An auditor might have to visit a client location, analyze the financial data and perform test inventory counts to find out if there has been any misstatement.
An accountant working for a private sector company would be analyzing data and preparing reports to help the management with decision- making.
A tax accountant would be working on tax returns and researching ways to save his client’s tax incidence by using legal tax saving methods. As the tax deadline approaches, his workload increases too, as he has to file the returns before the stipulated date.

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