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ICSK organizes ACCA orientation program
May 18, 2017, 3:43 pm

A new academic year brings with it another batch of eager students ready to further their academic success and professional careers. The Indian Community School, Kuwait (ICSK), truly labeled as a prestigious educational institution has always believed and favored educational transformation by knowing the way, going the way and showing the way. An ACCA orientation program for students and parents was organized at ICSK Senior on 15 May.

ACCA stands for the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants, a leading international accountancy body. The ACCA qualification is globally recognized and in demand by employers worldwide.

The attendees included Sheik Abdul Rahman, Hon. Chairman ICSK Board of Trustees, Amer Mohammed, Hon. Secretary ICSK Board of Trustees, Dr. V. Binumon, Principal ICSK Senior and Senior Administrator, Rajesh Nair, Principal, ICSK (Amman) and Coordinator of the ACCA orientation session, Gangadhar. K. Shirsath, Principal, ICSK (Khaitan), Dr. Mary Isaac, Vice-Principal, ICSK (Amman), Deepak Seth, H.R. Admin, ICSK teachers, parents and student community  of the ICSK commerce stream.

The session commenced with a silent prayer invoking the divine blessings, which was followed by Dr. V. Binumon’s welcome address and introductory session to ACCA. Taher Kapasi, Business Development Executive, ACCA (Dubai) gave an overview of the ACCA program and the benefits of pursuing the course. He elaborated that the ACCA designation (the first choice among employers) is undoubtedly a symbol of excellence recognizable to employers around the world. The world-class global reputation of ACCA fetches the students a treasure of benefits. Aqeel, Organizer and Mentor, ACCA, Learning Center (Kuwait) introduced his team of ACCA qualified professionals. They shared their experiences with the audience and successfully convinced each and every one present that being an ACCA member does not just open the door to exciting opportunities in one’s career and personal development, but also gives one access to a range of first-class services designed to support ones professional life. The team unanimously recommended the inclusion of ACCA into a child’s educational portfolio investment for their long term gain.

A question and answer session followed in which all the queries and doubts of the students’ and parents’ were effectively answered by the ACCA experts. The session concluded with a vote of thanks delivered by Rajesh Nair, Principal, Amman Branch and Coordinator, ACCA Orientation Program.

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