Signing of MOU Between ICAI & University Of Technology!
We are happy to announce that University of Technology has signed an MOU with ICAI (The Institute Of Chartered Accountant Of India). The memorandum of understanding was signed on July 27th, 2021 for Promoting excellence inter aliain common area of interest, imparting knowledge and skills required to operate in the area of Academic, research and training. Signing Formalities are done by Dr. Anshu Surana, who is currently acting as President for UOT along with Witness Dr. Reema Singh, Dean (UOT) and Jai Kumar Batra , Secretary (ICAI) along with witness Ashok Kumar Dua, Assistant Secretary, ICAI.
SCOPE OF MEMORANDUM
– University of technology will accord its necessary Recognition to Chartered Accountants qualification as equivalent to postgraduate degree for the purpose of admission to Ph.D in management/commerce and allied programmes at University of technology subject to their equivalency by Association of Indian universities.
– ICAI on its part would facilitate the conduct of specialist training programmes in University of technology for the faculty members, research scholars, and students of University on areas of mutual interest by providing exports on its rolls.
– University of technology on its part may nominate ICAI members of academic counsellor other bodies of school/university as it deem appropriate.
– University of technology on its part would share the expertise of its faculty members as mutually desirable by way of acting as resource persons for training programmes or workshops organised by ICAI.
– Jointly organise workshops, seminars, continuing education and training programmes and similar Academy programmes for practising professionals, corporate executives and faculty members, research scholars I am students on themes of topical and professional interest on self sustained basis.
– Regular exchange of journals published by the parties here two and a complimentary basis with the liberty to reproduce in each other’s publication, such portion or portions, which maybe interest, subject to acknowledging the source and under intimation to the other party.
– Exchange of faculty members as may be mutually agreed subject to convenience of the parties hereto.
– Regularly exchange of course materials, case studies, research publication and other academic and research inputs.
– Undertake joint research projects which are mutually beneficial.
– Reciprocate participation in national and international conferences organised by the parties hereto.
– Extend help a co-operation in developing curriculum of academic and continuing education programmes as such time as may be mutually agreed to including joint meeting of curriculum development committees/bodies.
– Organise programmes jointly for training of trainers for mutual benefit and advantage.
– ICAI and University of technology would work jointly for teacher congruence by organising specialised programmes together.
– Exemptions in university subject for the student of ICAI in topics such as corporate governance if deem appropriate by University of technology.
– Any other matter of mutual interest including sharing of facilities like infrastructure, library, reading room etc. as may be mutually agreed.
University of technology is looking forward to the best collaboration with ICAI.