News Desk : dhakamirror.com
The government has allowed the Institute of Certified General Accountants of Bangladesh (ICGAB) to conduct their academic activities and issue certified general accountant degree on some conditions.
The commerce ministry issued a notification in this regard on Wednesday.
The ICGAB would conduct academic activities and be able to issue certificates, read the notification.
However, the ICGAB would not be able to conduct audits in any office and they have to play a helpful role in enhancing the skills of ordinary professional accountants, it read.
The ministry has also asked the institute to improve the content of the course and the quality of examination to award CGA degrees.
Moreover, the institute has to submit annual income and expenditure account statement to the ministry and spend its income for the institute or for the development of the profession, according to the notification.