Ministry of Corporate Affairs (MCA) revised the rule in the regard that now non-graduate chartered accountants (CAs) who have three years of experience and is not yet graduate can now become the registered valuers.
Earlier, a CA who had three years of post-qualification experience and graduated could become the registered valuer.
The Institute of Chartered Accountants of India (ICAI) said in a release “Now, a chartered accountant is not required to be a graduate to become a registered valuer”.
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Along with changes in the way business run in India, GST is also going to impact the life of the professional chartered accountant in a manner of some difficulties and convenience.
It will be favorable for our nation’s growth and prosperity. During this difficult phase of a lot of accounting work, they will learn a lot and get various new opportunities as well. It will also assist the professional accounting services and help India in the digital endeavor.
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Chartered Accountants are the elites of the Finance World. The title attracts great respect and admiration. However, the title “Chartered” has its fair share of controversy. Used for labeling Royal Decree, the Indian Parliamentary of the early Independent era were not in favour of using the term. However, a few twists and turns in the way and the title was adopted by the parliament. In this blog we look back at the early days of the profession and how the … Read More