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9846 Chartered Accountants conferred membership by ICAI

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NEW DELHI, SEPTEMBER 4: The Institute of Chartered Accountants of India (ICAI) recently organized its Annual Convocation to award certificates of membership to new members and felicitate rank holders of the CA examinations.

The function was attended by nearly 2460 participants at New Delhi and a total of 9846 Chartered Accountants have been conferred with Membership Certificate in the Convocation organized across the country. The Convocation was organized in all the five regions across the country i.e. East, West, North, South & Central Region of ICAI.

Speaking at the event at New Delhi, addressing the newly qualified budding professionals, Chief Guest General Ved Prakash Malik (Retd.) said “Being a CA means a great deal today in our country and ICAI being the second largest accounting body in the world has done a commendable job of being a partner in the economic journey of the country and in nation building. I congratulate all the budding CA’s and wish them all the best in their future endeavor”.

CA. Naveen N.D. Gupta, President, ICAI encouraging the new CA member said, “With the opening up of world economy, newer professional avenues are coming our way. As Chartered Accountants, we need to continue offering our professional competence and expertise in the best interests of our country. ICAI has established mutual co-operation framework for the advancement of accounting knowledge, professional and intellectual development, advancing the interests of Indian Chartered Accountants and positively contributing to the development of the accounting profession. As of now, Indian CA Qualification is recognized by global bodies having presence in 5 continents & ICAI will continue to promote the Indian CA profession abroad.”

The ICAI conducts Convocation twice every year for award of Certificate of Membership to newly enrolled Members as bonhomie to the CA fraternity. The Convocation is intended to bring young members of the profession under the umbrella of the fraternity of Chartered Accountants and foster a sense of belongingness to the profession and the Institute.

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