The Institute of Chartered Accountants of India (ICAI) – Muscat Chapter felicitated the students of Indian Schools who secured the best 3 positions in the Commerce stream in the CBSE class XII examinations held early this year, at a ceremonious function held at Indian School Wadi Kabir. Alkesh Joshi, director of the Indian School Board presided as the chief guest of the occasion and Bhavani Prasad, chairman, ICAI Muscat Chapter, was the guest of honour.
Members of the Indian School Board, members of ICAI Management Committee, principals, teachers, students aspiring to pursue Chartered Accountancy as their profession and their parents attended the function, which was organised beneath the auspices of the Board of Directors, Indian Schools in Oman. The recipients of the prestigious ICAI Muscat Chapter Award 2018 are Jobin Jacob (ISWK – 96.four per cent), Arya Sudheer and Suhana Mohammed (ISWK – 95.six per cent), Shravani G (ISM – 95.six per cent) and Praneel Malloli Meethal (ISWK – 95.two per cent). The award consisted of a Certificate of Appreciation, memento and money prize.
Dr Baby Sam Saamuel, chairman of Indian School Board, thanked the Management of ICAI Muscat Chapter for constituting the award to felicitate the Oman toppers in Commerce stream. “The award is all the more relevant as it is aimed at children who have just begun their journey in this field and will no doubt inspire and motivate them in the years to come,” he mentioned. In his inaugural address, Joshi enumerated the salient elements and prospects of Chartered Accountancy as a profession.
He lauded the fantastic initiative of the ICAI Muscat Chapter in promulgating CA as a profession and he hoped that the award would encourage and inspire numerous students to take up this profession. Prasad thanked the Board of Directors and the management of Indian School Wadi Kabir for offering a platform for organising the award function and he added that going forward, this award would be an annual function.
Representing the ICAI, CA Sajeev Surendran expatiated the course content material of
CA with its distinct levels. He encouraged the students to take up this rewarding profession and motivated them with the 3 important qualities needed to succeed – dream, dedication and determination. Jignesh Parekh, Jay Thanki, Rakshita Kalasagar and Srivalli Valeveti, ex-students of Indian Schools who completed CA in the final two years shared their achievement stories with the parents and students who have been present on the occasion. Queries posed by the parents have been answered by the ICAI Executive Committee consisting of esteemed members.
Information Source: Muscat Daily