ICWAI introduces course for rural students

Posted by Part Time Jobs Online | Thursday, November 20, 2008

Faced with the huge increase in demand for persons with accounting knowledge for the small and medium scale companies, retail sector. BPO/KPO sector etc., the Institute of cost and works Accountants of India (ICWAI) is introducing a new course on certificate for Accounting Technician (CAT).

Its is estimated that at least one million accounting technicians will be required within the next three years in India. This course will be open to students who have completed the class 12 Examination. The entry level syllabus of the cat course will be the same as foundation course of the ICWAI examination.

This will be followed by the competency level consisting of 2 more papers. Students desiring to pursue the complete professional course of ICWAI would be able to switch over from the CAT course and vice versa.

“keeping in view the global standing and the demand from the industry for qualified cost & Management Accountants, the Institute has revised the Syllabus of the Institute effective from January 2008. The New syllabus has been designed to address the future demands on the profession in the areas such as valuation Management, Strategic Management, Strategic Management, and capital Market Analysis. The Institute is also laying a lot of emphasis on the practical aspects of cost & management Accountancy by way of implementing Hands-on-Training with the industry/practicing professionals” said mr.kunal Bannerjee, president, ICWAI.

The Institute is in the process of introducing online registration system for students all over India. This has been fully Implemented in south and west and is under implementation in north and East.

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