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ICAI’s ARF launches account assistant scheme for class 12 pass students

ICAI students ARF earlier used to support students to carry research in disciplines like auditing, fiscal policies, accounting, capital markets, monetary policies, etc.
The Institute of Chartered Accountants of India (ICAI)‘s Accounting Research Foundation (ARF) has launched a new initiative in which it will offer training to Class 12 passed students in order to make them employable. The initiative has been initially launched in Hamirpur in Himachal Pradesh.
Under its accounts assistant scheme, ICAI students will be trained to develop their skills in subjects like tax compliance, accounting, and other related topics and also on how to improve knowledge in bookkeeping, Income Tax compliance, GST so that they can use the skills to find a job. Students enrolling and successfully completing the scheme will also get to intern
with audit firms, experienced independent CAs, etc. With the on-job experience, they can apply for jobs locally or through the ICAI job portal.
ICAI ARF earlier used to support students to carry research in disciplines like auditing, fiscal policies, accounting, capital markets, monetary policies, etc. Minister of State for Finance and Corporate Affairs, Anurag Singh Thakur while launching this special employability scheme said that the local youth of Hamirpur district of Himachal Pradesh will get the first opportunity to join ICAI students ARF’s pilot project.
“This is a major step towards the employment of the local youth and the fee structure is also were reasonable,” Thakur said. After the skill-based training, the students will be assessed through a rigorous process controlled by ICAI ICAI students ARF, he further said. The scheme launched to mobilize the local youth at the ground level is offered jointly with an NGO/Trust. CA. Atul Kumar Gupta, President, ICAI said sharing the same view that the importance of learning will help individuals at the local level to put their potential to optimal use.

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ICAI’s ARF launches scheme to offer employability training for youth

The project is being launched in Hamirpur district of Himachal Pradesh By Our Correspondent, Published on 11.02.2021 The Accounting Research Foundation (ARF) by the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India (ICAI) has launched an accounts assistant scheme to provide employment training to students who have cleared their 12th-standard education. Under the scheme, students will be trained to develop their skill sets in accounting, tax compliances, and related topics and to develop expertise on book-keeping, GST, and income tax compliances. Students who clear this scheme will have the opportunity to do internships with experienced CAs, organizations, etc.

These experiences can help students to get jobs locally, and through the ICAI ICAI student’s job portal, they will have ample career opportunities. The Himachal Pradesh finance and corporate affairs minister, Anurag Singh Thakur launched the pilot project and said, “Initially, this project of ICAI students ARF is being launched for local youth of Hamirpur district of Himachal Pradesh. This project is going to help the students who are above the age of 21 years and will train the local youth for bookkeeping, GST filing, and understanding the tax procedures of GST. This is an important step towards the employment of the local youth and the fee structure is also reasonable.

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ICAI’s ARF to offer employability training for ICAI student youth launches account assistant scheme

This Pilot Project of ICAI ARF is being launched initially for local youth of Hamirpur district of Himachal Pradesh. This scheme is going to help the students who are above the age of 21 years and will train the local youth for bookkeeping, GST filing, and understanding the tax procedures of GST. By: Education Desk | New Delhi | Updated: February 11, 2021, 2:43:49 pm The Institute of Chartered Accountants of India (ICAI)‘s Accounting Research Foundation (ARF) — which has supported students to carry research in the areas of accounting, auditing, capital markets, fiscal policies, monetary policies, etc — will now also offer training to make class 12 pass students employable.

The ICAI has on Wednesday launched accounts the assistant scheme in this regard. Under the scheme, students will be offered training to develop skill sets in the subject of accounting, tax compliances, and related topics and to develop expertise on book-keeping, GST, and Income Tax compliances. Students who will clear this scheme will get the chance to intern with experience CAs, organizations, etc. The experience gained by the students would help them to get jobs locally and through the ICAI student’s job portal, they will have ample career opportunities.

Minister of State for Finance and Corporate Affairs, Anurag Singh Thakur — who launched the pilot project — said, “This Pilot Project of ICAI students ARF is being launched initially for local youth of Hamirpur district of Himachal Pradesh. This scheme is going to help the students who are above the age of 21 years and will train the local youth for bookkeeping, GST filing, and understanding the tax procedures of GST. This is a major step towards the employment of the local youth and the fee structure is also where reasonable ICAI students.” “The scheme will offer skill-based training and evaluation through a rigorous process controlled by ICAI ARF. The scheme may be offered jointly with an NGO/Trust, to mobilize youth at the ground level,” the ICAI said in an official statement

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CA. Atul Kumar Gupta, President, ICAI said “Education brings forth the treasure of life’s innate dignity and releases the capacity to freely shape the future. The importance of learning enables the individuals to put their potential to optimal use.”

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