ICAI's Accountancy Museum to open doors on February 2
January, 31st 2009
To share and preserve the heritage of the Chartered Accountancy (CA) profession and commemorate the diamond jubilee year of the institute, the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India (ICAI) will inaugurate the country's first Accountancy Museum on February 2, 2009 at the ICAI Bhawan, Noida.
The museum is being set up by the ICAI with an aim to provide a journey through various stages of the glorious past of the CA profession in India and the conception and growth of the Institute.
The museum will comprise of rare collection of items including rare documents, photographs, paintings and memorabilia.
The collection will be of historic and heritage value from the point of view of the Chartered Accountancy profession in India.
"It will be a source of inspiration, learning, reference and professional pride for all those who are associated with accountancy profession including students and institute members", said an ICAI release.
"It will also showcase historic press clippings, mementoes, documents, photographs, paintings, handicrafts, stamps, video shoots, posters etc. related to accountancy profession in India. It is a heritage that needs to be preserved and shared with others", the release added.