The conference will be two-day programme inaugurated by Thomas Isaac, Finance Minister.
“This was the first time that the conference was being held in the State and thousands of delegates from within the country and abroad are expected to participate. “said K Sasikumar, conference secretary.
The delegates would be academicians from university and colleges, researchers in accounting, taxation and finance, members of professional bodies like Institute of Companies Secretaries of India, researchers and professional members of Indian Accounting Association.
The conference aims to give a platform to accounting professionals, academics, industrialists, students and scholars to discuss issues relating to accounting policies and standards.
The seminar details and the registration form of the conference is available on IAA’s website (http://j.mp/bOybj4).
The Indian accounting association is an interface between academicians, professional and practitioners from various universities, business, industry and government.
The main function of IAA is to promote and disseminate the knowledge of accounting and the related subjects in India and abroad. It is a member organization of International Association of Accounting Education and Research (IAAER). At present, IAA has a network of 30 branches in India with more than 2000 life members, and a Research Foundation as an affiliate at Kolkata.[Source: Express Buzz]