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Eligibilty Criteria

CAG Education Qualification

The educational qualifications are degrees, diplomas, certificates, professional titles, and other credentials that an individual has earned through full-time, part-time, or private study, whether in one's native country or abroad, and from educational authorities or special examining organizations.

For applying to CAG Recruitment 2022, candidates must have a relevant Bachelor’s Degree from a recognized institute or university, as well as fluency in the language of the state from which they are applying.

CAG Age Limit

Age limit is an essential requirement while applying to CAG Recruitment 2022. The age limits prescribed have been listed below for your reference:

Minimum Age Limit 18
Maximum Age Limit 27
Exam Pattern

The Auditor and Accountant Exam have only one subject i.e., Financial Accounting. Candidates have requested 100 questions for a total of 200 marks. The exam will allow multiple objective-type questions.

Subject Questions Marks Duration
Financial Accounting 100 200 2 hours
Total 100 200 2 hours
  • Multiple-choice questions will be asked. Only one of the options given will be correct.
  • The Paper has a running time of 120 minutes.
  • 0.25 scores are deducted for each wrong answer.
Subjects Topics
Concepts of Accounting Ledgers, Balance Sheet, Single and Double Entry, Capital and Revenue Expenditure, Bank Reconciliation, Journal, Trial Balance, Books of Original Entry, Trial Balance, Depreciation Accounting, Valuation of Inventories, Rectification of Errors, Bills of Exchange, Self Balancing Ledgers
Theory of Demand and Supply Indifference Curve Method, Law of Supply, Elasticity of Supply, Meaning and Determinants of Demand, Law of Demand, Elasticity of Demand, Theory of Consumer’s Behaviour - Marshallian Approach
Economic Reforms in India Globalization, Liberalisation, Disinvestment, Economic Reforms since 1991, Privatization.
Financial Accounting Accepted Accounting Principles, Nature and scope, Limitations of Financial Accounting, Basic Concepts, and Conventions
Theory of Production and Cost Law of Variable Proportions, Laws of Returns to Scale, Meaning and Factors of Production, Laws of Production
Introduction to Microeconomics and Basic Economic Concepts Production Possibility Curve, Definitions, Central Problems of an Economy, Scope and Nature of Economics, Methods of Economic Study
Indian Economy Nature of Indian Economy, Infrastructure, Population, Role of different sectors, National Income of India, Poverty, and Unemployment, Role of different sectors

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