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CA Sri Lanka to educate lecturers on updated Chartered Accountancy curriculum

In its continuing efforts to stay relevant and ahead of changing times, the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Sri Lanka (CA Sri Lanka) will hold an awareness programme titled ‘Dawning 2012’ for its lecturers to familiarise them on recent changes made to the Institute’s globally recognized Chartered Accountancy course curriculum.

The programme to be held on 10th February 2012 at the Institute premises will be the first of a series of similar awareness programmes and will be a platform to detail lecturers, identified as an important stakeholder of the Institute on the recent changes made to the syllabi and the challenges faced by the lecturers with the recently unveiled new Accounting and Auditing standards.

The session will also cover various topics relevant to lecturers in today’s context including
on how to get students prepared for the CA Examinations, the impact on the examination testing dates and key observations from Examiner’s Comments on the recent Institute exams.

The Institute will also utilize the event to elucidate lecturers on how to increase students’ awareness with regard to the courses offered for the students and in particular the new examination eligibility criteria for students following the CA course.

The globally recognized CA Sri Lanka qualification gives students a thorough understanding in key subjects relating to both accounting and non-accounting fields covering business, finance and management areas.

The CA Sri Lanka course syllabus is continuously updated to meet the growing demand in the market and to ensure the qualification is on par with global accounting standards.