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ICAI meet to discuss accountants' issues.

Muscat: The Muscat Chapter of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India (ICAI) is organising a thought provoking seminar on 'Ethical Dilemmas confronting the accountants', and 'Attitudinal Transformation for personal Effectiveness' today at the College of Banking and Financial Studies at Bausher. The registration starts at 17:15 hours for networking and seminar commences at 18:00 hours. It will continue for three hours. The seminar is open to chapter members and invitees. The first speaker, C. A. Avadh Kishore, is a former chairman of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India, Muscat Chapter and an accomplished faculty on the subject. He is currently working as director finance, OTE Group, and will touch upon ethical dilemmas faced by the accountants, provide various case study scenarios of ethical dilemmas and will draw upon the codes and pronouncements of International Ethical Standard Board for accountants. The topic will also cover the understanding required and help develop a framework for resolving such dilemmas. The second speaker, Dr Rabi N. Mishra, a Doctorate in Financial Economics, is the Chief General Manager, Reserve Bank of India and is currently on secondment with the Central Bank of Oman. He will touch upon attitudinal transformation required in the business leaders and managers to handle the ethical deficit through self-control and introspection to enable humans to balance the inherent traits within them so as to remain good human beings first and then try to be good managers/leaders in their own working space. The seminar is part of the 'Continuing Professional Education' programme, organised by the chapter for its members.

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Publication:Times of Oman (Muscat, Oman)
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Date:Jan 23, 2014
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