The 31st Regional Conference of Institute of Chartered Accountants of India (ICAI), Bhopal began today in which nearly 750 delegates took part.
Rameshwar Thakur, Governor inaugurated the two-day conference by lighting the lamp accompanied by Amarjeet Chopra , President ICAI and Vice President G Ramaswamy.
The conference began with welcome speech of Kemisha Soni, Chairperson Central Council and S krishnan, Chairman, Bhopal Branch.
On this occasion Governor appreciated work done by the Chartered Accountants in India especially in the Auditing fields. He said that demand for this profession is increased due to its quality and service. This profession could bring dynamic change, he added.
Chopra expressed pleasure that the conference is organised in Bhopal, saying that, the conference is aiming at producing more and more CA professionals in the state.
Ramaswamy said that conference is not only helpful for the professional but to also students pursuing the course.
Manoj Fadnis, Anuj Goyal, Ravi Holani, Manoj Sharma, Ashok Agarwal, Rajesh Jain and other members and students were present on this occasion.