US CPA exams scheduled to be held in India from June 1, 2020

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Amidst the disruption caused by the COVID-19 pandemic and the resultant lockdown, there is some good news for Indian finance and accounting candidates looking forward to appearing for the US Certified Public Accountant (CPA) exams. The American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) and National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) have decided to administer the CPA exams in India at eight Prometric test centers (Ahmedabad, Bangalore, Chennai, Hyderabad, Kolkata, Mumbai, New Delhi and Trivandrum) in June and September 2020 to avoid any international travel for Indian CPA candidates in these challenging times. The convenience of giving the exams in India will ease the burden on the CPA candidates who earlier had to travel to the US or to Middle East test locations like Dubai for the CPA exams.


Miles Education, India’s largest CPA training institute, is a Registered Course Provider with the
AICPA and has partnered with over 100 MNC’s including the Big 4 accounting firms for CPA
training as well as placements. Led by it’s co-founder, Varun Jain, who is one of the world’s
favorite CPA instructors, Miles Education has trained thousands of CPA candidates across India
for the CPA exams, helped them earn the prestigious CPA license and placed them at leading
MNC’s across India.
“With CPA exams now in India, we expect a major boost to the already existent CPA ecosystem
in India. All of the Big 4 and various MNC’s already hire Miles CPA alumni and also sponsor their
professionals for the CPA program, and we expect this to scale up further. And another good
thing is that we find great finance and accounting acumen in most Indian candidates who are
easily able to clear the CPA exams,” said Varun Jain, co-founder and lead CPA instructor, Miles
Education.
When asked about the timeline to complete the CPA program, Jain added, “Most Indian and
international professional accounting qualifications do not require any university education and
tend to substitute university education with multiple levels of exams and multi-year timelines.
To the contrary, US CPA mandates a university graduation as an eligibility criteria and
complements university education with only 4 exams which candidates can clear in less than 12
months.”

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