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Presentation on Committee on
Public Finance and Government
Accounting
The Institute of Chartered Accountants of India
(Set up by an Act of Parliament by the Chartered Accountant Act, 1949)
The ICAI Mission
ICAI will leverage technology and infrastructure and partner
with its stakeholders to:
 Impart world class education, training and professional
development opportunities to create global professionals
 Develop an independent and transparent regulatory
mechanism that keeps pace with the changing times
 Ensure adherence to the highest ethical standards
 Conduct cutting edge research and development in the
areas of accounting, assurance, taxation, finance and
business advisory services
 Establish ICAI members and firms as Indian multinational
service providers.
The ICAI
Second Largest Accounting Body
Worldwide
Functions
 Education and Examination of Accountancy
 Regulation of the Profession of Accountancy
 Enhancing the level of Accounting and Financial Reporting
 Prescription of Auditing and Assurance Standards
 Continuing Professional Education
 Financial Report review
 Monitoring quality through Peer Review
 Conducting Post Qualification Courses
 Exercise Disciplinary Jurisdiction
 Input on Policy matters to Government, Regulators, etc.
The ICAI's Network
* Organizational
- Regional Offices
5
- Decentralized
13
Offices
- Branches
146
- Overseas Chapters 21
* Membership
- 2,26,551 members
- 48% members in practice
* Students
- 10,00,000 approx. students
Shri Pranab Mukherjee,
President of India, 2013
“I am happy to note that various initiatives taken by ICAI to play a
greater role in economic development and to uphold public
confidence. The profession has moved much beyond performing
merely accountancy functions, and has been contributing by giving
inputs to the Government and various regulators in the areas of
financial markets, taxation, corporate laws, economic laws,
banking, insurance, reforms in the government accounting and has
truly added value to the process of economic and social
development in the country.. With the formulation of Indian
Accounting Standards which are IFRS compliant, the India has got
a definite edge over the countries of the world, because everyone
recognizes your talent in this profession”.
The ICAI- Major role in
National Perspective
Provides input to:
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Comptroller and Auditor General of India
Central Board of Direct taxes
Central Board of Excise & Custom
Securities & Exchange Board of India
Department Of Central & State Government.
Insurance Regulatory Development Authority
Ministry of Corporate Affairs, Govt. of India
Reserve Bank of India
Brief on Committee on Public
Finance and Government Accounting
 The Committee has been constituted to extend professional
excellence of Chartered Accountants in the area of Public Finance and
Government Accounting.
 It is one of the technical Committee of ICAI.
 The Committee is focusing not only in the areas of financial reporting,
accounting and auditing but is also laying emphasis on issues on
Public Finance and Government Accounting and is thus striving to
create resources/outcomes of utility to society at large.
 The Committee assist in developing robust mechanism for
channelizing adequate resources to ensure appropriate sectoral
allocation for inclusive growth and economic development.
 Strives to provide awareness about the benefits and necessity of
accounting reforms in Government sector.
Principal objectives of Committee on
Public Finance and Government
Accounting
The principal objectives of the Committee interalia includes to review,
analyze, recommend measures and assist Centre and State Government,
Civic Bodies and PSU’s in:
 Policy Assessment, Planning and Execution
 Public Finance Structure to develop a robust mechanism for
channelising
adequate resources towards inclusive growth and
economic development.
 Technical support in fostering economic reforms.
Accordingly, the Committee has functional focus on different policies and
developmental schemes at Central & State Level.
The Committee also undertakes and organizes training programmes,
seminars, and workshops for Government Offices, bureaucrats and
persons involved in machinery of public delivery system.
Thrust areas of the
Committee
To review, analyze, assist, recommend and suggest measures to
the Local, State & Central Government, Public Sector
Undertakings and other organizations in the areas of :
Reforms in Government accounting system to ensure proper
utilization and control over public finance.
Maximizing utility of public funds in order to augment and vitalize the
economic growth and benefits to the end beneficiaries.
Framework for public private partnership, e-governance, sustainability
development etc.
Broadening the tax base and increasing tax mobilization.
Fiscal policy, public revenue & expenditure, public debt, allocation of
resources, distribution of income & wealth for economic stabilization.
Cont…
Thrust areas of the
Committee
 To form taskforce as required at Regional / State level.
To interact with:
IFAC/ CAPA/ SAFA
Universities, research and training institutes
UNO, World Bank, ADB, Ford Foundation, Canadian International
Development Agency, DFID and other funding and professional
institutions
to forge linkages within and outside the country for undertaking
collaborative research and exchange of information and publications.
Conduct research relating to aspects of public finance as may relate
to broader economic and fiscal policies.
Our Core Competencies
Accounting
Research
Training/Workshop/
Seminar
Policy Reforms
SYNERGIES WITH VARIOUS GOVERNMENT
BODIES & REGULATORS
 TRAINING PROGRAMMES FOR THE OFFICIALS OF
VARIOUS GOVERNMENT ORGANISATIONS
 ADVISORY
 INPUTS ON ACCRUAL ACCOUNTING
Cont….
TRAINING PROGRAMMES FOR THE OFFICIALS OF
VARIOUS GOVERNMENT ORGANISATIONS
 Joint State Summit with Centre for Taxation Studies, Govt. of Kerala
 Officials of the Dept. of PE, Ministry of Heavy Industries & Public
Enterprises
 VAT officials of Trade & Taxes Department of Government of Delhi
 Senior officers of C&AG of India
 Officers of Superintendent of taxes, Govt. of Mizoram
 Officials of Survey of India, Officers of Public Enterprises Department, Govt.
of Assam and Officials of Finance Dept., Govt. of Tamil Nadu
 State level Public Enterprises (SLPES) of Andhra Pradesh/ Madhya
Pradesh/ Himachal Pradesh/ Karnataka
 Panchayat Secretaries
 Autonomous Bodies...
Cont….
ADVISORY
 Technical inputs provided to C&AG, CGA, RBI, SEBI, CBDT, CBEC, IRDA
etc…
 Observation Report on Convergence of Resources of the State Meghalaya
 Offered ICAI services on Tax Administration Reform Commission.
 Expert Group advisory to Dept. of Public Enterprise, Govt. of India on The
Revised Schedule-VI under the Companies Act.
 Spearheaded XBRL revolution in the country with active participation of
Ministry of Corporate Affairs (MCA), SEBI, IRDA and RBI.
 Submitted the inputs to Ministry of Finance, Govt. of India on the Economic
Survey 2012-13.
 Nodal agency for facilitating wide dissemination of converged accounting
standards.
 Implementation of an Accrual Based Double Entry Accounting System in
Kerala State Insurance Department (KSID)...
Cont….
INPUTS ON ACCRUAL ACCOUNTING
Provided to:
 Staff in the Postal Accounts Offices on PAN India basis
 Officials of Municipal Corporation Greater Mumbai
 Govt. officials of UT of Lakshadweep
 Officials of Agartala Muncipal Council, Tripura
 Officials of Kohima and Dimapur Muncipal Council, Nagaland
 Officials of Finance Department, Govt. of Mizoram
 Officials of Employees of State Insurance Corporation (ESIC)
 Officials of Survey of India, Hyderabad...
AREAS WHERE ICAI CAN WORK
TOGETHER
 Help to make less dependent on budgetary resources by studying present
avenues of resource mobilization.
 To introduce systems for Outcome based Budgeting through pilot basis.
 Research and Development in Public Finance and Government Accounting
System to ensure proper utilization and control over Public Finance.
 To provide Technical inputs to the Central, State & Local Government in the
areas of Policy assessment, planning and execution in public finance.
 Collaboration with Comptroller & Auditor General of India (CAG), Controller
General of Accounts (CGA) and various Ministries for developing a
mechanism of improving the Government Accounting System.
Cont….
AREAS WHERE ICAI CAN WORK
TOGETHER
 To assist the government in reorganizing the department/ministry of public
enterprises to make it an effective instrument of PSE monitoring and control.
 Enhancing the accountability and transparency in public service delivery
mechanism.
 To explore the possibility of entering into Memorandum of Understanding
(MoUs) with different government departments for capacity building of these
departments to carry out accounting reforms.
 To undertake and organize training programmes, Seminars, Workshops and
Summits and harnessing technology to deliver better services through
Webcasts, Video Lectures to enhance understanding of issues concerning
Public Finance & Government Accounting.
Cont….
AREAS WHERE ICAI CAN WORK
TOGETHER
 To suggest checks and balances for monitoring periodical review/ audit of end
use of funds.
 Enhancing the role of members of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of
India in Public Finance and Government Accounting.
 Help in developing strategies to control operations and maintenance
expenditure in key departments.
 To help in Budgetary Control Framework.
 To help in development of Accounting Manual.
 To help in Reforms and Control over Public Finance Studies.
 To help in Conversion from Cash to Accrual Accounting.
JOIN HANDS WITH US
The Institute of Chartered Accountants of India
(Set up by an Act of Parliament)
Secretariat,
Committee on Public Finance and Government Accounting
ICAI Bhawan , A-29, Sector 62, Noida, Uttar Pradesh-201309
Website: www.icai.org, E-mail id: [email protected], [email protected]
Ph.No.: 0120-3045950/ 3045968