ICAI-Faculty Required - (Post-Qualification Course on Information Systems Audit, Workshops, Conferences and Seminars in IT-related areas)
March, 15th 2012
Faculty Required (Post-Qualification Course on Information Systems Audit, Workshops, Conferences and Seminars in IT-related areas)
The Committee on Information Technology of ICAI offers a highly popular Post-Qualification Course (PQC) on Information Systems Audit (ISA) leading to the designation D.I.S.A. (ICAI); over 34500 members have got trained so far under this course. The Committee also conducts workshops, conferences and seminars in IT and IT-related areas across the nation.
The Committee is in the process of enhancing its faculty bank on national level in order to effectively conduct the ISA and IT-related workshops, conferences and seminars, which are generally organized on holidays including Saturdays and Sundays. They would help in developing practical case studies, preparing questions bank, etc., while developing the IT aspects of the accountancy profession.
You can also send your detailed CV indicating your educational and professional qualifications and experience especially in IS Audit, teaching experience, area of specialization, PPTs and case studies that you propose to undertake during your deliberations to The Secretary, Committee on Information Technology, The Institute of Chartered Accountants of India, ICAI Bhawan, Hostel Block, Fifth Floor, A-29, Sector-62, Noida 201309. In case of any query, interested competent applicants may call us at +91 (120) 3045-961/-989, or alternatively e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org. The honorarium would be in the range of Rs.1000- and Rs. 1250/- per hour depending on your qualifications and experiences. Apart from this, incidental expenses for outstation sessions will also be paid at actual as per rules.
Case Studies Required
The Committee also proposes to develop series of Case Studies on Information Systems Audit to be used as part of the course deliberations and bring a publication in due course of time. Each case study should preferably contain a brief synopsis, objective, test data, processes/ procedures to be followed, sample reports and their interpretation. Attractive honorarium and incidental expenses at actual would be paid for the case studies accepted and approved by the Committee, for which proposals are invited at the aforementioned address.