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ICAI launches "WE CARE"- an initiative of ICAI for senior Chartered Accountants
10/29/2020 11:14:32 PM
Early Times Report
JAMMU, Oct, 29: The Institute of Chartered Accountants of India (ICAI) has recently launched an initiative "We Care - A Unique Social Security Scheme and Benevolence Program for Senior CAs", a unique social security and benevolence program for Senior CA members of age 75 years and above.
This initiative would provide support to this valuable segment of ICAI fraternity which endeavors for providing respect, continuous engagement, care and support of the Profession by creating a sense of belonging. The initiative was launched by Arjun Ram Meghwal, Minister of State for Parliamentary Affairs & Heavy Industry and Public Enterprises through virtual mode in the presence of President, Vice-President & Central Council Members of ICAI.
Meghwal while applauding the efforts being made by ICAI said "Such initiatives are need of the hour as care for elderly has been the pillar of Indian Heritage and our value system. It is heartening to learn that ICAI is taking concrete steps for expressing gratitude towards its elderly members & showing concern for their well-being & extending support to them as & when required."
The Minister further added "This initiative undertaken by ICAI is laudable and will set an example for many other organizations to emulate. This will also instill Indian traditional values in the younger generation & inculcate the sentiments of appreciating, respecting & caring for elders."
"We Care" initiative aims to take stock of the wellbeing, health, financial condition and any other issue being faced by the senior Members.
On this occasion, CA. Atul Kumar Gupta, President, ICAI said "The Institute assiduously aspires to attain the Absolute Best for all its members and is diligently dedicated to their constant improvement and growth. ICAI stands tall as a facilitator and crusader of affirmative action and thereby letting consequent growth and development flow."
President, ICAI further added "The Institute, over the years, has garnered paramount respect for meeting business environment changes with decisive action and discerning reaction.
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