ICAI leveraging technology to empower its members

Tuesday, June 5, 2018

ICAI is taking many significant initiatives to support members and students. ICAI is using technology for the long-term benefit of our fraternity to bring various relevant services to the doorsteps of its stakeholders. Few of the initiatives are:

Good Standing Certificate: Much-awaited facility for our members abroad or those who plan to go abroad with regard to Good Standing Certificate has been made online. Members who need this certificate may apply online and check the application status, and post-approval, they may download the Certificate as well. This will be launched shortly under the e-Services section at https://www.icai.org, helping the members get their respective good standing certificate without any hurdle.

Website for Senior Members: A website www.seniormembers.icai.org has been developed as a platform to help our senior members in getting full-time as well as flexi-working-hour assignments post-retirement. Besides, this will also bring out the otherwise-inaccessible and experienced talent pool before the stakeholders.

Webcasts Organised: To update the membership on various development taking place in profession, including the economic and statutory scenario, webcasts in all professional domains are regularly organised at ICAI.

Quick Insight 2018 Released: To inform the membership on the affairs of profession and on professional opportunities, ICAI recently released Quick Insight 2018 and the same has been hosted on the Institute’s website too for reference.

My ICAI-ICE: ICAI has launched on pilot basis ICAI-ICE (Interactive CPE Enabler) with regard to the management of participants’/ stakeholders’ queries by concerned faculty in real time, in a programme held in Chennai on 14th May 2018, and tasted success. As per ICE, programme details will be uploaded and a code will be sent to faculty concerned as well as to the participating members. Participants can then post their query and the dealing faculty will be able to effectively take them up in real time, after accessing those in advance. Then, using ICE, faculty can also