On July 19, 2010, the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India published its Common Proficiency Test result 2010. To know your result visit:
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The Institute of Chartered Accountants of India (ICAI) is a major organization representing the chartered accountants in
After the Chartered Accountants Act, 1949 was implemented on July 1, 1949, the term “Chartered Accountant” replaced the two terms “Registered Accountants” and “Government Diploma Accountants.”
The motto of ICAI is “Ya Esa Suptesu Jagarti.” It means a person who is awake in those that sleep. It is a quotation from the Upanishads. The motto was given by Sri Aurobindo during the time of the formation of the organization in 1949.
The Chartered Accountants specializes in areas of Accounting, Auditing, Corporate Finance, Corporate Law and Taxation. ICAI provides two different trainings- Chartered Accountancy Course or Membership Course, and Courses for Qualified Members.
The Chartered Accountancy Course is considered to be one of the toughest and quality courses available at present. Under the new scheme of education, the Chartered Accountant course is divided into three levels of examinations. Candidates will also have to complete three years of Articled training under a practicing Chartered Accountant.