Invitation for Faculty & Case Studies for Certificate Course on Forensic Accounting & Fraud Detection using IT & CAATs - ICAI
February, 14th 2009
The Committee on Information Technology of ICAI has been offering Certificate Course on Forensic Accounting and Fraud Detection using I T & CAATs. Further details of the course are available at www.icai.org under certificate courses on the home page.
The Committee is developing a Faculty Database of experts on all India basis to offer the course at all Regional Councils, Branches and CPE Chapters. Chartered Accountants and experts specializing in this area are requested to send their detailed CV inter -alia covering their specialist qualifications in Forensic Accounting & Fraud Detection, Educational & Professional Qualifications, Professional Experience in this field, Teaching Experience, Area of Specialisation, PPTs and Case Studies that they propose to cover, as a part of their deliberations to The Secretary, Committee on Information Technology, The Institute of Chartered Accountants of India, ICAI Bhawan, Plot Nos.52-54, Vishwas Nagar, Shahadra, Delhi - 110032. Phone: +91 (11) 30210619/ 621, eMail: firstname.lastname@example.org. The honorarium would be in the rage of @ Rs.1,000/ 1,500/ 2,000/- per hour depending on qualifications & experience. Apart from honorarium incidental expenses for outstation sessions will be paid at actual as per rules.
The Committee is also proposing to develop Case Study Bank on Forensic Accounting and F raud Detection using IT & CAATs to be used as a part of the course deliberations and bring a publication in due course of time. Each Case Study is expected to contain a brief description, objective, test data, processes & procedures to be followed, sample reports and their interpretation.
Attractive honorarium and incidental expenses at actual would be paid as per rules for Case Studies accepted by the committee. Proposals are also invited in this regard, at the above given address.
K. Venkata Ramana Secretary Committee on Information Technology