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Empanelment with the office of ROC for technical scrutiny of Balance Sheets.

 
Dear Members,
 
We are glad to inform that the Registrar of Companies across the country are preparing a panel of professionals for technical scrutiny of balance sheets filled by the Companies for the respective states. The announcement regarding the same is hosted at Institute's web site under the link <Announcement> with the caption "Panel for outsourcing of work of technical scrutiny of balance sheets".
 
Members may note that panel containing details of the following has already been submitted to the concerned offices of Registrar of Companies:
 
A. Chartered accountants/firms which have already applied for the Multi-purpose panel for the year 2009-10.
 
B. Those chartered accountants/firms who had not applied MEF and had sent their details either by post or mail till 4th November, 2009.
 
Further, it may be noted that technical scrutiny of balance sheet does not involve attestation function, accordingly even a Chartered Accountant not holding certificate of practice is eligible to apply for the subject panel.
 
Those Chartered accountants who wish to get themselves empanelled, may please e-mail following details at pdc@icai.in with the subject "Empanelment with the office of RoC"
 
A.  Name of the Member
B.  Membership No.
C.  Professional Address
D.  Year of COP
E.  Mobile No.
F.  E-mail id
 
With kind regards
Professional Development Directorate
The Institute of Chartered Accountants of India,
'ICAI BHAWAN',
Post Box Number 7100,
Indraprastha Marg,
NEW DELHI - 110 002.
India
Telephone - Direct +91 11 30110444
Telephone - Board +91 11 39893989 Extn: 444
Fax: +91 (11) - 30110583
Website: www.icai.org

Comments

  1. ITS A REALLY GOOD OPPORTUNITY FOR CAs.-CA. HARSH RATHI

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  2. Anonymous2:40 PM

    Thank u, good information. Is there any criterial for appointment?

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