ICAI launches the first batch of Virtual Executive Master Program
The Institute of Chartered Accountants of India (ICAI) will be launching its first batch of Virtual Executive Master Program – New Age Auditors on November 23, 2020. The program is envisioned to make the Chartered Accounting professionals familiar with the continuously developing technological and regulatory advancements happening in the economy. It will equip the auditors of the new age with futuristic skillsets in digital practices and technologies in this dynamic environment to protect public interest.
There will be a panel of distinguished faculty from the Practice Portfolio for the Virtual Executive Master Program – New Age Auditors who will address the participants such as Regulatory Authorities like CBI, SFIO, Banks and RBI, Chartered Accountants, Overseas Chapters of ICAI and Member of MRA countries.
CA. Atul Kumar Gupta, President, ICAI stated “Audit quality is the hallmark of the audit profession. To be future ready, professional accountants should learn and equip themselves in new age technology skills, acquire strategic managerial skills besides continuing their prowess in accountancy, finance, taxation and business laws. Auditors today need to reinvent themselves and such programs would help to keep them abreast, equip them with the skillsets required for global environment, organization sustainability and practices in the changing environment.”
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The Institute of Chartered Accountants of India (ICAI) is a statutory body that has been established by an Act of Parliament, The Chartered Accountants Act, 1949 (Act No.XXXVIII of 1949). The institute was made aiming to regulate the the profession of Chartered Accountancy in India. The body is under the direct administration of the Ministry of Corporate Affairs, Goverenment of India. The affairs of ICAI are managed by a Council that works according to the provisions of Chartered Accountants Act, 1949 and the Chartered Accountants Regulations, 1988. The Council consists of 40 members, 32 of whom are elected by CAs and the rest 8 are elected directly by the Central Government.