This inadequate infrastructure has been a major obstacle for CA students in their path to achieve excellence and success. This also compels CA students to be ensnared by the web of coaching classes and manipulated by their monopoly. This over dependence on coaching classes has allowed their mushrooming wherein the coaching is devoid of personal attention or conceptual knowledge.
I firmly believe that there is a severe lack of alignment between industry requirements, the system of education and facilities available to students. Although the course content and the features like practical training charted by ICAI are aptly suited to industry requirements, students are not able to realize its benefits as effectively as they should.
Coupled with this, students also face many other problems like balancing their graduation course along with their articleship. To add to their woes, they have to attend coaching classes cramped with 400-500 students in a room, wherein the faculty lays more stress on syllabus completion rather than focusing on students’ conceptual clarity and individual development. CA students thus end up wasting most of their time in unproductive activities like travelling and managing related tasks.