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 Announcement for the 1st Batch of the Certificate Course on Public Finance & Government Accounting
 Results of the Chartered Accountants Intermediate (Old Course & New Course) Examination and Foundation Examination held in November, 2019 are likely to be declared on Monday, February 3rd, 2020 (evening)/Tuesday, February 4th, 2020.
 Results of the Chartered Accountants Final Examination(Old course & New Course) held in November 2019 are likely to be declared on Thursday, the 16th January, 2020 (evening) / Friday, the 17th January 2020.
 Change of Venue in Ahmedabad City (Gujarat), in respect of November 2019 Exams
 Registration for Practical Training Assessments on December 8 and 29, 2019
  No Postponement of CA November 2019 Exams
 Effective Date of Validity of Peer Review Certificate.
 ANNOUNCEMENT- Evaluation of Answer Books of CA Examsa
 Extension of the last date for submission of examination application forms in respect of CA exams to be held in November 2019, for candidates in J & K only
 Important Announcement - For kind attention of Direct Entry Students
 Relaxation in the requirement to undergo 8 months Study Period to appear in May, 2020 Intermediate Examination in respect of students who have cleared May/June, 2019 Foundation Examinations.

Accountants recession-proof?
December, 24th 2008
If there's one institute that says it's not worried about placements next year it is the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India (ICAI). "Our placements should not be affected by the economic meltdown because accountants are always needed," says Ved Jain, President at ICAI. Nevertheless the institute is taking no chances. It is holding corporate HR meets in Mumbai and Delhi to market its students and the placement programme. Every year about 10,000-11,000 students pass out to be chartered accountants in India and this number would only grow, says Jain. So are accountants recession-proof much like lawyers and doctors? This blog certainly doesn't agree.
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