As per Section 81 , Clause 50 of Maharashtra Co-operative Societies (Amendment) Act, 2013 as passed by The Government of Maharashtra recently the following can do the Audit of Co-Operative Societies and Co-Operative Banks in Maharashtra :-

For the purposes of section 81 , the expression, “possessing required qualifications” for being included in the panel duly approved by the State Government or an authority authorised by the State Government in this behalf, from time to time, shall mean and include—

(a) a person who is a Chartered Accountant within the meaning of the Chartered Accountants Act, 1949, who has a fair knowledge of the functioning of the societies and an experience of at least one year in auditing of societies with a working knowledge of Marathi language;

(b) an auditing firm which is a firm of more than one Chartered Accountants within the meaning of the Chartered Accountants Act, 1949, who have a fair knowledge of the functioning of the societies with a working knowledge of Marathi language;

(c) a certified auditor, who is a person holding a Degree from a recognised University and also has completed a Government Diploma in Co-operation and Accountancy and who has a fair knowledge of the functioning of the societies and an experience of at least three years in auditing of societies with a working knowledge of Marathi language;

(d) a Government Auditor, who is an employee of the Co-operation Department of the State, possessing the Higher Diploma in Co-operative Management or the Diploma in Co-operative Audit or Government Diploma in Co-operation and Accountancy with a working knowledge of Marathi language and who has completed the period of probation successfully;

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