3 Days National Conference for CA Students Inaugurated


Pune -The Institute of Chartered Accountants of India (ICAI) Pune Branch, Student Skills Enrichment Board (Board of Studies), ICAI Pune ‘Vikas’ jointly inaugurated the three-day National Conference for CA Students today.

At this time, Vice Admiral Sunil Bhokare, MP Dr. Amol Kolhe, CAAI Central Committee Member CA Chandrajyot Singh Nanda, Asian Ocean Standard Setters Group (AOSSG) Chairman CA Dr. S. B. Jhaware, Pune ICAI Chairman CA Abhishek Dhamne, Vice President CA Sameer Ladda, Secretary-Treasurer CA Kashinath Pathare, Divisional Committee Member CA Yashwant Kasar, Singer Madhura Datar, Development Vice President Manmath Shewalkar were present.

“Like soldiers in the army guarding the country’s borders, chartered accountants strive to keep the country’s economy safe. In a way, they are the soldiers of the country’s economy, Said Sunil Bhokare.

Dr. Amol Kolhe said, “This is a CA course that attracts everyone. I also feel sad  sometimes that I should have become a CA. We, doctors, heal people, you chartered accountants heal the economy. This Coivid period has given us a sense of responsibility. The contribution of chartered accountants will be important in getting out of the current economic situation.”

CA Chandrajyot Singh Nanda said, “Students should know their passion and work in it continuously. The work should have a sense of loyalty, patriotism, and dedication. Bhagat Singh, who kept national pride alive till his last breath, is a source of inspiration for all of us. If you have the attitude, efficiency, and perseverance, you can succeed in life.”

This three-day conference will greatly enhance the knowledge of the students, said CA Abhishek Dhamne in his welcome address. CA Dr. S. B. Jhaware and  CA Yashwant Kasar guided students. Madhura Datar won the hearts of all with her welcome song. CA Sameer Ladda explained the role behind the organization of the conference. the conference hosted by Saily Chandelia and a vote of thanks given by CA Kashinath Pathare.