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Manipal Executive Education partners ICAI to launch General Management Program

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Institute of Chartered Accountants in collaboration with Manipal Executive Education, a unit of Manipal Global, launched residential three weeks General Management Program.

The first-of-its-kind program aims at sharpening the skills of CA final rank holders in terms of managerial and leadership abilities. The program is designed keeping in mind the importance of managerial skills in today's global economy.

The program will help the candidates keep pace with the industry and provide a platform to equip themselves with industry-relevant skills and to enhance their understanding of

Dr Ravichandran, Director-Manipal Executive Education, gave an insight into the program and shared that program will be delivered through case studies by industry experts and reputed academicians.

This program is designed to create a powerful stepping stone for the rank holders of ICAI as they venture into the job market, develop an in depth understanding of value creation in the context of a organization. It will also help to appreciate the emerging trends in business management and provide an understanding of the inter-linkages of various business functions.

Prafulla P Chhajed, President, ICAI and Atul Kumar Gupta, Vice-President, stressed on the institutes efforts to pilot this program and their responsibility to make the most of this initiative.

Anil Bhandari, Chairman and Hansraj Chugh, Vice Chairman Committee for Members in Industry & Business, ICAI worked closely with Manipal Executive Education to design the program.

Amit Agarwal, Secretary, Committee for Members in Industry & Business, ICAI, in his inaugural address stressed on ICAI's first initiative to train the rank holders. "It is imperative to keep pace with the dynamics of the industry. Having a full batch of achievers under a roof will help everyone grow and open a door for better understanding and collaborating in the future", he said.

S. Vaitheeswaran, CEO, Manipal Education & Medical Group (MEMG) that oversees all the business verticals of the Group in his address at the program inauguration congratulated the young achievers on their getting ranks in the CA exams that have one of the lowest pass percentages. He also stressed on the need to be ethical and focus on continuous learning. He also highlighted on the importance of branding and the appreciated the efforts taken by the Institute of Chartered Accountants to strengthen the brand through its brand ambassadors.

Shrinivas Joshi, CFO, Manipal Global provided insight on the expectations from CA professionals and the need for their being relevant, starting with the challenging times where the economy is poised currently. Chartered Accountants are required in all industries and the opportunities available to them are immense.

The participants include all top rankers starting from the first rank and the lowest rank being the 47th rank in a batch of 88 participants attending from across the length and breadth of the country. The program will also provide an opportunity to all of them to network and be connected and collaborate in future.

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First Published: Wed, September 11 2019. 09:54 IST
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