Bangalore Branch of SIRC of ICAI is inviting application for Career Counselor's to promote CA course in Schools and Colleges. Branch is offering Rs. 2000/- per career counseling session. For outstation career counseling session conveyance also arranged by the Branch. Kindly send your details to firstname.lastname@example.org
Bangalore Branch of SIRC of ICAI is seeking articles from members to publish in it’s monthly newsletter/special compendium discussing and analyzing industries such as Banking, Education, Fisheries, Garments, Healthcare, Information Technology, Iron & Steel, Mining, Machine Tools, NBFC, Pharma, Rolling Mills, Retail, Start-ups, Trading, Travel & Tourism, etc. It is recommended that the article highlight the following themes: 1. Contemporary issues that the industry faces and suggestions to tackle the same. 2. Growth Potential 3. Government incentives launched towards said industry. 4. How a Chartered Accountant can add value to the industry in the capacity of a consultant, advisor or in Various Other Capacities. Articles submitted must be original work of the author. Sources if used are to be cited accordingly. Please send your article to: email@example.com.
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.
Dear Professional Colleagues,A new financial year signifies new beginnings and holds a special importance to our profession. Although the exact reasons as to why the fiscal year spans from April to Marchare largely unknown, financial researchers speculate that this was a system we inherited from the British and their colonial accounting practices in order to maintain uniformity across their colonies. There is also reason to believe that in many regional calendars such as the Hindu calendar, April signifies the beginning of a new year which could also explain the government’s decision to start the fiscal year from April.Regardless of the reasons, Bengaluru Branch wishes all its members a very happy and prosperous Financial Year 2021-2022. May the Almighty bless us all with an abundance ofop