We regret to inform our reliance landlines are out of order in branch premises kindly contact 080 - 43944868/080-43944876, 9606913003, 9606913004
REQUIREMENT OF ADMIN
of SIRC of ICAI
is looking for
Qualification : Any Graduate
3 years in the field of Admin Area.
Salary : As per norms.
We are looking for male candidates
residing within 10 to 12 kilometers
who is well versed with MS Office,
and Drafting knowledge.
Send your Resumes to
on or before 20th March before 6 pm.
Bengaluru Branch upcoming programs includes students classes are stand cancelled/postponed with immediate effects till any further directions from HO.
"KIND ATTENTION" - "CA STUDENTS"
The proposed distribution of Scholarship on 15th August 2020 to CA Students has been deferred by Bengaluru Branch due to COVID-19. A fresh application and date will be announced - subjected to the situation permits.
DATE: 12th August 2020
This is to inform all members of the Branch that Mr.Sheshadri Iyer is relieved from the Bengaluru Branch of SIRC of ICAI. Further, it has come to our knowledge that he has approached our CA. Members, vendors and other Institutes seeking financial help / transactions / support.
In this connection it is hereby informed that the Bengaluru Branch is not responsible for any kind of help extended to him and it will be the sole responsibility of such person who deals with him in any manner.
BENGALURU BRANCH OF SIRC OF ICAI.
The Bengaluru Branch is the largest branch of The Institute of Chartered Accountants of India (New Delhi), came into existence on 1st April 1962 and is a unique, most vibrant & dynamic branch in the Country catering to the needs of more than 13,500 members and more than 35,000 CA Students. This branch is part of Southern India Regional Council, Chennai. Initially the branch was started with a Membership of 110.
The Branch relocated to the existing premises (Vasanthnagar) in the year 1993 and is conducting various Conferences, Seminars, Workshops, Tele-conferences & Study Circle Meetings on various topics of contemporary professional interest for the benefit of our Chartered Accountants community.
My Dear Professional Colleagues,This year, India is celebrating its 74th Independence Day to
pay tribute to our brave freedom fighters who fought selflessly and even
sacrificed their lives for our country to attain freedom from the British rule.
Every Indian remembering and honouring the sacrifice made by our freedom
fighters, First Freedom Fight was in 1857 from Indian Soldier Mangal Pande who
played a key part in the events immediately preceding the outbreak of the
Indian rebellion of 1857. In Karnataka, Rani Chennamma was the Queen of Kittur
best known for leading armed rebellion against the British India Company in
1824, three decades before the freedom rebellion of 1857 and she became a
symbol of the Independence movement in India.
The tribute will always be less for our freedom fighters but