Free Awareness Camp And Training Workshop On Chartered Accountancy

There was a free awareness camp and training workshop regarding Chartered Accountancy conducted by Sri Sankara coaching centre held in Mylapore on Sunday. The ace auditor Mr.Nagarajan gave a motivational speech on how to become a successful chartered accountant.

From his speech it is understood that…The Chartered Accountancy qualification opens the door to a vast range of exciting career opportunities, in every sector of business and finance.  Chartered Accountants are in constant demand both at home and abroad, being recognised for their technical competence, professional standards, and veracity.

Becoming a Chartered Accountant combines innovative education with mentored work experience, to produce accountants who possess a greater ability to analyse and interpret business problems and develop dynamic solutions. Perhaps that’s why Chartered Accountants have the edge over their counterparts: they rise further and faster into more diverse and important roles in organisations, he added.

There are a variety of education courses on offer, with lectures held in venues around the country. In addition, our distance programme offers great flexibility for students wishing to study online and at their own pace.

Students enrolling on a regular course attend lectures for the equivalent of 4 - 5 days a month from October until May. Some venues have a mixture of evening and weekend lectures; others offer face-to-face lecture time purely on weekends.

Students choosing the distance programme will watch content online and attendance workshops for around 2 days per month.

What is common to each option is the standard of lecturing. Chartered Accountancy courses have the finest accounting lecturers in India, all of whom are committed to providing the best possible education to our students. The technical knowledge gained from the course will be the bedrock of your professional career and prepare you for any role.

In this free seminar and training workshop, a lot of students had participated with their parents.