Institute of Cost Accountants of India

Institute Of Cost Accountants Of India

The Institute of Cost Accountants of India (ICAI) is a premier professional accountancy body established on May 28, 1959 under the Cost and Works Accountants Act, 1959 (Act No.23rd of 1959) enacted by the Parliament of India to regulate the profession of Cost & Management Accountants in India.

The ICWAI is a Founder Member of the International Federation of Accountants (IFAC), Confederation of Asian and Pacific Accountants (CAPA) and South Asian Federation of Accountants (SAFA). ICWAI is a member of the National Foundation of Corporate Governance(NFCG). The headquarters of ICWAI is situated in Kolkata, and operates through its four regional councils located at Kolkata, Chennai, Delhi and Mumbai, 94 chapters in India and 7 chapters abroad.

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