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In its continuous endeavour to provide best education and development facilities to students for their overall personality development,The Institute of Chartered accountants of India in its latest initiative, launched Live Virtual Classes today – December 28, 2010. The classes were inaugurated by CA. Amarjit Chopra, President ICAI. CA. Vinod Jain, Chairman, Board of Studies and Mr. Vijay Kapur, Director of Studies were also present. This initiative shall be reckoned as one of the historic steps taken by the Borad of Studies of the Institute because it is one of the greatest service to student community. The formal commencement of classes would take place from the second week of January, 2011. Initially, the classes would be held in select subjects at 25 centres in 22 cities all across the country. It is proposed to organize classes in all 5  regions:-

Eastern Region- Cuttack, Kolkata

Western Region-Ahmedabad, Mumbai, Nagpur, Pune

Northern Region- Chandigarh, Delhi, Gurgaon, Ludhiana

Southern Region- Chennai, Coimbatore, Kochi, Hyderabad,Bangalore

Central Region- Indore, Kanpur, Noida, Jaipur, Lucknow, Patna, Ranchi

For more details, you may reach us at liveclasses@icai.org

Please download the video ( 331 MB ) from link given below

http://220.227.161.86/icai_vc_301210.avi

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0 responses to “ICAI- Live Virtual Classes”

  1. Rajnish Jha says:

    sir next class when will be start of Ipcc Tax? i want to join the lecture. please sir give reply soon b’coz the exams are rounding the corners.

  2. Asha Yadav says:

    i want classes of firdt group excluding tax
    please inform me as soon as possible about that.

  3. shivangi says:

    is live classes date extended or not

  4. akhilesh says:

    why not you start this in viakhapatnam A.P

  5. Dakshaini J. Karkera says:

    IPCC – Course I classes timings are not suitable to College going students like me. I am doing F.Y.B.Com. and my College timing is 7.00 am to 12.00 pm. Because of which I am not able to attend a single classes.

  6. amitsingh says:

    why it is not in small cities….

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