Board of Studies – Terms of Reference*
- To produce competent Chartered Accountants capable of making a positive contribution over their lifetime to the profession and the society in which they work;
- To provide a strong foundation of knowledge, skills and professional values that enables them to continue to learn by lifelong learning and adapt to change throughout their professional lives.
- To decide/recommend to the Council the broad policies governing theoretical education, practical training and computer training of the students undergoing Chartered Accountancy Course.
- To provide high quality theoretical education to students of Chartered Accountancy Course by making available to them useful educational inputs.
- To take all possible steps on a continuous basis to motivate our students to be keen, dedicated and disciplined participants in the Institute’s direct, correspondence and other coaching and educational programmes and processes.
- To organize directly as well as indirectly various educational activities and programmes for the benefit of our students.
- To motivate the students on a continuous basis to take full advantage of the learning opportunities of the articleship, by interaction with clients, seniors, partners and others.
- To enable the students to acquire sound technical skills in accountancy, auditing, financial management, corporate and other laws, direct and indirect taxation, Information Technology and related subjects and fields.
- To develop personality, leadership and Communication skills of our students.
- To bring out regularly students’ Newsletter and other relevant publications, audio-visual aids and other useful educational inputs for the benefit of Chartered Accountancy students.
- To award scholarships to needy and meritorious students.
- To give awards to the students for meritorious performance in Examinations, conferences, seminars and other contests and for contributions to Board’s Publications.
- To contribute to the Council’s periodical exercise of Review of the scheme of Education and Training.
- To provide opportunities for networking with fellow students in India and abroad for sharing and learning.
- To interact with other institutions of higher learning within and outside the country and professional accounting bodies of the world and exchange/ receive useful information.
- To consider such other matters as the Council or the President may consider appropriate.
*As revised by the Council at its 217th Meeting held in June, 2001.