Govt join hands with Cost Accountants Institute to train GST Accountants

Cost Accountants - GST

The Central Government and the Institute of Cost Accountants (ICMAI) go hand in hand to train the accountants to deal with the GST related compliances and accounting in the next six to eight months.

The ICMAI President CMA Amit Anand Apte recently confirmed that the Institute of Cost Accountants of India will partner the Government of India to train more than one lakh accountants specifically on GST related compliances and accounting in the next six to eight months.

“The move of the government is tipped to help 12 million GST assesses in filling their returns in a hassle-free manner. This course can be pursued by anyone with the background of accounting. The detailed curriculum of this course is expected to be announced by the Government very soon,” he said.

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He further informed that the Institute is organizing its 59th National Cost Convention (NCC 2019) during its Platinum Jubilee Year on the theme “Cost & Management Accountants – Power of the Past – Force of the Future” on 20th & 21st January 2019 at Hotel JW Marriott, Pune.

“We would also be hosting various SAFA events on the sidelines of the NCC. I earnestly request all the members of the Institute to block your dates, participate actively in this Annual National event of the Institute in large numbers to show the strength of CMA profession and make this mega event a grand success,” he said.