6th Chartered Accountants Exam Centre Inaugurated In Uganda !!

The application process of CA November 2020 examinations is open now, and candidates can apply before August 25 to appear for the exams. Moreover, the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India (ICAI) has added more test centre in the list of ICAI test centres 2020 that was earlier shared. Now, there will be more than 300 test centres for ICAI 2020 that is scheduled to be held from November 1 to 17, 2020. 

The ICAI exam, also known as CA exams, is conducted by the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India (ICAI) for aspirants of Chartered Accountancy profession in India. The exam is conducted at different levels as per the CA courses. For being certified as a Chartered Accountant, candidates have to qualify in all the levels of ICAI examinations.

The CA courses at ICAI are as under: 

  1. CA Foundation course examination (4 papers)
  2. CA Intermediate examination (8 papers based on New Syllabus and 8 paper based on Old Syllabus)
  3. CA Final examination (8 papers based on New Syllabus and 8 paper based on Old Syllabus)

The ICPAU is responsible for: (i) setting and maintaining accounting and auditing standards; (ii) setting licensing requirements for accounting firms, and issuing and renewing licenses; (iii) issuing practicing certificates to qualified members who wish to practice accountancy; (iv) maintaining a register of practicing accountants; (v) setting initial professional development and continuing professional development requirements and regulating practical training; (vi) establishing ethical requirements; (vii) monitoring the conduct and performance of its members, including quality assurance reviews; (viii) investigating and disciplining members for misconduct and breach of professional standards; and (ix) advising the government on matters of financial accountability.

Welcoming Our New Indian High Commissioner Shri. Ajay Kumar..!! Presenting a Frame Showing Holi Celebration in Uganda ..!!

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Shri A. Ajay Kumar joined the Indian Foreign Service in the year 2001 and he is currently posted as the High Commissioner of India to Uganda.

During 2003-2006, Shri Ajay Kumar was posted as Third Secretary between 2003-05 and as Second Secretary [Info] & Head of Chancery during 2005-06 in the Indian Embassy in Tehran. Thereafter, he returned to India and served in the Ministry of External Affairs in New Delhi as Under Secretary dealing with Pakistan during 2006-08

He served in the Indian Embassy in Bahrain from 2008-2012 and thereafter in Tehran from 2012-14.  He served as India’s Ambassador to Iraq from May 2014-November 2015. Later he served as Deputy High Commissioner in Canberra, Australia (2016-17).

Shri A. Ajay Kumar thereafter has served in the Ministry of External Affairs in New Delhi in the Indian Ocean Region of MEA as Joint Secretary (IOR-II) prior to assuming his charge as Joint Secretary (DPA-I).

 Shri A. Ajay Kumar holds the graduate degree in Political Science and L.L.B. degree from the University of Calicut in Kerala.

Shri A. Ajay Kumar (IFS:2001), presently Joint Secretary in the Ministry, has been appointed as the new High Commissioner of India to the Republic of Uganda.