Competency Mapping for Accounting Professionals

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COMPETENCY MAPPING FOR ACCOUNTANCY PROFESSIONALS

Perspective Planning Committee The Institute of Chartered Accountants of India Post Box No. 7100, Indraprastha Marg New Delhi - 110002

COMPETENCY MAPPING FOR ACCOUNTANCY PROFESSIONALS

PERSPECTIVE PLANNING COMMITTEE THE INSTITUTE OF CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS OF INDIA

ABOUT THE COMMITTEE
The Perspective Planning Committee has been formed recently to assess the developments, which have been taking place in the service(s) sector and more importantly relating to the accountancy sector so as to initiate and strengthen steps which consolidate and further enhance the distinguish role of the chartered accountancy profession. The constitution of the Perspective Planning Committee for 2008-2009 is: CA. Shanti Lal Daga, Chairman CA. Manoj Fadnis, Vice-Chairman CA. Ved Kumar Jain, President (Ex-Officio) CA. Uttam Prakash Agarwal, Vice President (Ex-Officio) CA. Rajkumar S. Adukia CA. Jayant P. Gokhale CA. Atul C. Bheda CA. Sanjeev K. Maheshwari CA. Mahesh P. Sarda CA. S. Santhanakrishnan CA. S. Gopalakrishnan CA. Subodh K. Agrawal CA. Harinderjit Singh CA. C M Dixit CA. Dinesh Jain CA. Deepak Goyal CA. Mohinder P Singh Rakesh Sehgal, Additional Secretary, Secretary to the Committee Secretariat CA. Monika Jain, Assistant Secretary Kunal Sharma, Management Trainee Surabhi Bhan, Management Trainee

COMPETENCY MAPPING FOR ACCOUNTANCY PROFESSIONALS
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PERSPECTIVE PLANNING COMMITTEE THE INSTITUTE OF CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS OF INDIA

DISCLAIMER
The views expressed in the report are the views of the Committee and survey findings. They do not in any way express the views of the Council of ICAI. No part of this report may be reproduced or transferred in any form or by any means, graphic, electronic, or mechanical, including photocopying, recording, taping, or by any information storage retrieval system, without the permission of the publisher.

Published by Shri Rakesh Sehgal, Additional Secretary and Secretary, Perspective Planning Committee, The Institute of Chartered Accountants of India, Post Box No. 7100, Indraprastha Marg, New Delhi- 110 002. Email: ppc@icai.org

COMPETENCY MAPPING FOR ACCOUNTANCY PROFESSIONALS

   

COMPETENCY MAPPING FOR ACCOUNTANCY PROFESSIONALS

JANUARY, 2009 – ICAI REPORT

INDEX
3 7 11 14 45 58 72 82 95 98 Executive Summary Introduction Economic Scenario Profile of the Profession Emerging opportunities Chartered Accountancy course curriculum Post Qualification courses and Continuing Professional Development for CAs CA Profession- Survey View Competition to the profession IFRS Convergence- Indian Experience

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COMPETENCY MAPPING FOR ACCOUNTANCY PROFESSIONALS

JANUARY, 2009 – ICAI REPORT

Executive Summary
The growing demand for Chartered Accountants has set the members of the profession thinking on their role in the changing economic context in the country. It is being increasingly recognized that the chartered accountants are no longer to confine themselves merely to accounting for past events, but have to widen their horizons in terms of new concepts like management accounting. Only then will they be able to contribute effectively to the process of economic growth. The ICAI is involved in encouraging and enhancing close links between ICAI and its members serving the society in various capacities so as to provide for them, a base of reference in terms of knowledge, expertise, skills and assistance in individual career growth through the development of extensive and intensive relationship with organizations and agencies of the Government, so as to provide the maximum possible exposure to the world of trade, commerce, industry and governance, while simultaneously pursuing the goal of providing the maximum of employment opportunities. The graph depicts the growing trend in the statistics of male and female members working. The year on increase in the number of...
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