January 31, 2009

Accountancy Museum- ICAI Moves Towards Brand Building

The Institute of Chartered Accountants of India is going to inaugurate its first ever Accountancy Museum on February 02, 2009. This unique initiative has been taken by the institute to enable students and members to explore collections for inspiration, learning and enjoyment. Some of the ancients in the museum have been collected from the members and the students.
The museum will comprise of rare collection of items including rare documents, photographs and paintings. The collection will be of historic and heritage value from the point of view of the Chartered Accountancy profession in India
The museum set up at the ICAIs Office in Noida (U.P.) will certainly prove to be a milestone in the brand building of the Chartered Accountancy profession and the Institute which is currentely celebrating its diamond jubilee year.

However the concept of Chartered Accountants was originated in Scotland.
"Some of the earliest known writing discovered by archaeologists has, when translated, been found to be records of tax accounting. Such writings have been found on clay tablets from Egypt and Mesopotamia from as early as 2000 to 3300 B.C." - Source "Accounting & Auditing History" by Marla Matzer Rose
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