• College code  :
  • 59446 ( Nacharam )
  • |
  • 38292 ( Warangal )
  • |
  • 58293 ( Madhapur )
  • |


Chartered accountants work in all fields of business and finance, including audit, taxation, financial and general management. Some are engaged in public practice work, others work in the private sector and some are employed by government bodies. In India, chartered accountants are regulated by the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India (ICAI. Associate members of the ICAI are entitled to add the prefix 'CA' to their names.) Members who are in full-time practice, and have completed five years of practice, can add 'FCA' as a prefix to their names Entry to the profession can be made by taking the CPT after completion of schooling (12th grade).


CPT Exam - Pattern

incorrect answer on the CPT exam carries a 0.25 negative mark.

Section 1
  • 60 Marks

  • 40 Marks

    Mercantile Laws

Section 2
  • 50 Marks

  • 50 Marks

    Quantitative Aptitude

Note : A candidate is required to secure a minimum of 30% marks in each Section and a minimum of 50% marks in aggregate, in all the four Sections to pass the Common Proficiency Test.

CLAT Exam Pattern

Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) is a centralised test for admission to 17 prominent National Law Universities in India. The test is taken after the Higher Secondary Examination or the 12th grade for admission to integrated undergraduationprogrammes in Law programmes conducted by these law universities. read more

  • Duration - 2 Hours
  • Multiple choice questions - 200
  • Setions - 5


  •  English including Comprehension
  •  General Knowledge and current Affairs
  •  Elementary Mathematics (Numerical Ability)
  •  Legal Aptitude
  •  Logical Reasoning

We Offer

    A two-year Integrated MEC programme with CPT and CLAT Coaching

  •  Dedicated faculty for Logical Reasoning and Numerical ability
  •  Legal aptitude is developed by incorporating it into regular class room discussions
  •  Current affairs will be discussed weekly once to enlighten the student and to incalculate the aptitude for various competitive exams like Civil Services as part of a bigger plan.