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  • Writer's pictureAnustup Kundu

The ICAI President Presented the Vision "Drishti" for the Institute

News Desk, News Nation 360 : Presided over by ICAI President Ranjeet Kumar Agarwal, with Vice President Charanjot Singh Nanda and Council Member Sushil Kumar Goyal from the Eastern Region in attendance. The members of the Regional Council, CA, including Vice Chairman Vishnu K. Tulsyan and Chairman Sanjib Sanghi, were also present. In addition to CAs Debayan Patra and Ravi Kr. Patwa, who is both a member and former chairman of the Team EIRC, Mayur Agrawal, Secretary/Treasurer, is one of the newly elected office bearers for the term 2024–2025. The Institute's goals are in line with the Government of India's goal of becoming a developed nation by 2047. CA. Agarwal unveiled a strategic roadmap that identifies the years 2024–2049 as the "Golden Period of the Profession," with the institute's centenary year serving as a focal point. Under "Drishti," CA. Agarwal listed the following important projects: D for Digitalization: Putting E-Office into use, incorporating blockchain and artificial intelligence into CA procedures, and creating an AI committee within the ICAI. R for Research: Forming an Aggregation of Firms committee, signing Memorandums of Understanding for accounting and auditing matters, and working with the government to improve the tax-to-GDP ratio. I for Integrity: Presenting the UDIN scheme, which enables the Chartered Accountants to authenticate documents. S for Skill: Introducing a new curriculum in the CA Course with a focus on technology and ethics. H for Handholding: Working with C&AG to ensure accountability in local governance and implementing the Every One Teach One programme. T For Transparency: Enforcing peer review procedures to improve the calibre of audits. During his speech, CA. Ranjeet Kumar Agarwal emphasised how important the ICAI is to setting and maintaining standards, increasing revenue, and promoting financial literacy in the country. The ICAI is the largest accounting body in the world, operating in 81 countries, with a membership base of 4 lakhs and over 8.5 lakh students pursuing the CA course. He emphasised gender equality, pointing out that the institute's dedication to inclusivity is demonstrated by the fact that 43% of students and 29% of members are female.

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