Published On : Mon, Oct 26th, 2015

CA’s Should be Awake when the world in sleeping: CA. T. S. Rawal

Chartered Accountants have to play a major role in the overall development of the county. CA’s are expected to be awake when the world is asleep which is the motto of our institute says CA. Dr. T.S Rawal as a Chief Guest on Inaugural Program on Information System Audit course organised by The Institute of Chartered Accountants. He added that in the present world of ever changing Technology it is important to be updated with the latest trends.

We have all witnessed the revolution in the Smartphone market. Persons who were computer illiterate were driven by this revolution and were forced to learn the use of smart phone. The future of the technological development belongs to cloud computing where everything will be stared and available on cloud which can be accessed from any place and from any system including mobile phones. Its time that we should realize and be pro-active and adopt changes with the changing environment. We have to expand our role from being only advisors to Real time Advisors.

CA. Kirti Agrawal, Chairman of Nagpur Branch, earlier in her welcome address said that Information technology has now emerged as the major business driver of choice by enterprises and Govt. Departments to effectively manage their operations & offer value added services to their clients and society at large.  She said that Chartered Accountants being the traditionally trusted consultancy services providers to business & regulators, with their unique education & training, understanding of business requirements & laws of the land are being increasingly relied upon to provide value added services in the IT field.

CA. Swapnil Ghate, Vice Chairman, co-ordinated the proceedings of the inaugural session of the ISA Course and CA. Sandeep Jotwani, Secretary of the Branch proposed formal vote of thanks.

Prominently present on the occasion were CA. Suren Duragkar , Chairman WICASA,  CA Manoj Mehta, Faculty from Hyderabad & more than 33 CA member participants.