Varanasi Branch (CIRC of ICAI)

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The Institute of Chartered Accountants of India started functioning in July, 1949 with a membership of 1573 which to-day has crossed over 100000. The Institute is an examining and Licensing body conducting education and examinations of the students, regulations of their engagement and training, regulations of the members of profession and their practice.
A Chartered Accountant is required to observe high standards of integrity and professional conduct. He has to keep himself up-dated with the latest and frequent changing laws, techniques, standards and practices. Seminars and Conferences are of great help to the members in profession in respect of up-dating the knowledge and sharpening the technical skill to serve the society.
The society has high expectations from the professionals requiring services in compliance of various laws and also in fulfillment to the varying requirements of industries. Expectations of society can only be fulfilled with the specialized and integrated services by the Chartered Accountants which they acquire from their high standards of professional qualifications and continuing education programs organised and conducted by the Institute, its Regional Councils and Branches.
The establishment of a Branch is the need of the day and it serves the purpose of a forum for all Chartered Accountants to interact on maters of mutual and professional interest providing a platform of Chartered Accountants to the Society. It is like the institute coming to our doorstep to serve its members and students.
Varanasi is the 20th Branch of Central India Regional Council of the institute of Chartered Accountant of India which shall provide very useful services to its members, students and public. The Varanasi Branch was inaugurated on 9th April 1989.



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