May 24, 2021
Promotion of Investments

ICAI organizes a webinar on ‘Promotion of Investments in J&K’

Promotion of Investments in J&K’

Promotion of Investments in J&K’ The Institute of Chartered Accountants of India, (ICAI) through its Committee for Members in Industry & Business and Jammu &Kashmir Branch of NIRC of ICAI organized a webinar today for promoting investments in the Union Territory of Jammu & Kashmir.

The top brass of ICAI is led by its President CA Nihar N. Jambusaria, Vice President, CA (Dr.) Debashis Mitra, Chairman of CMI&B, CA Hans Raj Chugh, and Vice Chairman of CMI&B, CA Durgesh Kabra addressed the Chartered Accountants who were invited to witness the webinar. The webinar was coordinated by CA Vinay Jamwal, Chairman, J&K Branch of NIRC of ICAI.

The Chief Guest at the webinar, Ranjan Prakash Thakur, Principal Secretary, Industries & Commerce Department, J&K Government outlined the sincerity of the Government in making J&K an industrially advanced Region. He mentioned various steps taken for ease of business investments in J&K focusing more on the hospitality and hospital sectors besides environment-friendly industries

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Anoo Malhotra, Director, Industries & Commerce Department, J&K Government explained the finer points of the new industrial policy and mentioned various incentives and subsidies offered under the policy. Pawan Goswami, Functional Manager, Industries & Commerce Department, J&K Government explained the nitty-gritty of the industrial policy and also ably answered the questions received from the live audience.

The ICAI’s top leadership pledged its support to all the endeavors of the Government in making J&K prosperous and enabling it to compete with other advanced States of the country by attracting investment to foster growth, generate employment opportunities in addition to professional opportunities.

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The Institute of Chartered Accountants of India is a Central Statutory Organisation (Autonomous Body) set up by an Act of Parliament in the year 1949 to regulate the profession of Chartered Accountants. Besides being a regulator of the Accountancy profession, ICAI has been imparting education, conducting examinations, exercising disciplinary jurisdiction over Chartered Accountants, and has been assisting various arms of Government in policymaking and budgeting.

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