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Confused between CA vs CS? Which is easy? Well, CA (Chartered Accountancy) and CS (Company Secretaries) both have been two of the most sought courses in the commerce stream. Both courses have overwhelming opportunities and offer a bright career to the students. But the actual query here is – which is better career option CA vs CS course. Well, after detailed research and having a number of years of experience, our team has concluded various points and drafted such in the given article. So, if you want to know which is the better career option, kindly read the below article

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