SICASA Chairman's Message

CA. Kavitha Paramesh
  • Name:

    CA. Kavitha Paramesh

  • Contact:

    9945085887

  • Email Address:

    kavitha@tsmt.in

Dear Students,

Wishing you all a Wondrous Year ahead!

 I hope the new year is treating you well. January is also the month we celebrate Sankranthi. This marks the arrival of fresh harvest, and for the CA students, Sankranthi is when results are announced.

Let this Sankranthi be a successful one and bring you all good results. As you know, December was the month of Kshithija, the National Conference of CA Students. It was a grand event, and I am grateful to every person who directly and indirectly contributed to the conference's success.

The Conference is a memorable one as it had a few unique initiatives, such as:

1. Shark Tank Competition- A unique competition was conducted for the CA students, probably for the first time.

2. E - Souvenir - The conference souvenir is an e-book, not a simple pdf. It is a professionally designed flip book with videos and photos embedded and can be played. See the link below http://ebook.bangaloreicai.org/ The Souvenir has three videos embedded on pages 4,9 and 124 3. YODA - A Robot hosted the conference as MC and also moderated the panel discussion

4. Guests were welcomed with Book-A and not Bouquet. We greeted the guests and speakers with books to spread knowledge and encourage the habit of reading books among students.

5. Real-life heroes such as Capt Naveen Nagappa and Arjun Gowda were invited as guests. Capt. Naveen Nagappa is a Kargil war hero who suffered injuries during the war, fought for life in hospital for 21 months, and is now back on his foot only due to his willpower and determination. Movie Actor Arjun Gowda's journey is no less than a movie. He drove ambulances during the second wave of the pandemic and has cremated 100+ bodies. He also immersed the ashes of orphaned dead bodies' ashes in Ganga.

6. Blood Donation Camp - Students were encouraged to donate blood, and students actively participated in the camp organized at the conference venue In toto, Kshithija was a knowledge fest sharing knowledge on varied topics and a good platform for the students to network.

A Debate and Chess competition was conducted on the 30th of December, and two winners from each of these competitions have been sent to the regional level. My best wishes to them, and I hope and wish that they qualify for the national level.

We are planning some exciting events for January, and details of the same will be announced soon. Please participate actively, as always.

With loads of Good wishes,

Kavitha Paramesh

SICASA – Chairperson

Bengaluru Branch of SIRC of ICAI


SICASA Managing Committee