BANGALORE: The Institute of Chartered Accountants of India (ICAI), the second largest accounting body in the world, plans to bring more reforms to ICAI examinations to make the course student friendly and simple.
Speaking at Udaan, a twoday national convention organised by The Institute of Chartered Accountants of India (ICAI) for C A students, G Ramaswamy, president of ICAI said the pass percentage of CA students had improved over the years.
“We have global accounting standards and are working towards globalisation of accounting process.
Technology will replace the entire professional functioning and hence, students should focus on information technology in accounting,” said Ramaswamy on the inaugural day on Saturday.
Dr N Prabhudev, Vice-Chancellor of Bangalore University(BU) said that BU is now ranked among the top ten universities in the country.
“BU is ranked at 9th spot in India and 1st in Karnataka.
We will work towards becoming more competitive,” he said.
The Central council had approved a proposal, which allows commerce graduates with 55 per cent and above and non-commerce graduates with 60 per cent and above exempting from appearing for CPT exams.
Also, as part of the event, Go Green, a walkthon was organised on Sunday