• Mon, Jul 24, 2017
  • Plan well to join elite club of chartered accountants

    Updated: Jul, 24, 201709:27 AM

    With the popularity of online payments, though the work is getting easier, nuances of accounting and laws that govern them are stringent, requiring experts.
    Plan well to join elite club of chartered accountants
    I have completed Plus Two with commerce, economics and accountancy as my main subjects. I always wished to study Chartered Accountancy but don’t dare to try it now for fear of failure. Kindly guide me. (Sushma Karan)Chartered Accountancy is one of the elite subjects. You have the needed subjects to pursue the degree. It is indeed one of the tough courses to clear and qualify to be Chartered Accountant.As a financial analyst one has to deal with interpreting and operating accounts, supervising, controlling expenditure and income, budgeting and budgetary controls, forecasting, internal audits, wages and salaries, filing tax returns and tax management, etc.,The Chartered Accountants are well versed in making a critical analysis of financial performances and do projects for the future. Consultancy is one area of specialisation that many...
  • National rally for diff-abled flagged off National rally for diff-abled flagged off
    Updated: Jul, 20, 201701:13 PM

    Commissioner of Police A K Viswanathan on Wednesday flagged off a bike and car rally that will cover 12 important cities from Kanniyakumari in the south to Leh in Himalayas in the north.

  • Operation of mini buses remains a distant dream Operation of mini buses remains a distant dream
    Updated: Jul, 20, 201701:10 PM

    The state transport department has failed to keep its promise to operate additional 100 small buses, which was announced by the late Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa.

  • Reporter's Diary: NEET unites opposing parties Reporter's Diary: NEET unites opposing parties
    Updated: Jul, 20, 201701:09 PM

    “All is fair in love and war”, goes the old saying. If one were in Tamil Nadu, the concession should perhaps extend to politics too.

  • ‘Playful’ day for Kilpauk inmates ‘Playful’ day for Kilpauk inmates
    Updated: Jul, 18, 201701:55 PM

    The Institute of Mental Health, Kilpauk, on Monday conducted a sports meet for all its inmates and out patients to encourage them to be physically fit and to involve them in various activities. The...

  • Reporter's Diary: Cops cool to Tasmac‘s hot sale after working hours Reporter's Diary: Cops cool to Tasmac‘s hot sale after working hours
    Updated: Jul, 18, 201701:53 PM

    People living along the coastline near Kasimedu area were recently happy to see at least four police patrolling vehicles moving up and down in their area, especially after 10 pm. The area, notorious...

  • Steady demand for professionals in printing technology Steady demand for professionals in printing technology
    Updated: Jul, 17, 201709:12 AM

    Thousands of quality printing houses are looking to hire many.

  • Programme for breast cancer survivors Programme for breast cancer survivors
    Updated: Jul, 15, 201712:31 PM

    In 2010, Coimbatore-based banker Deepa (name changed) felt a mild pain and a lump in her breast. When she consulted a doctor, she was put through a series of tests which revealed that she was...

  • Engineering grad devises charger for two-wheelers Engineering grad devises charger for two-wheelers
    Updated: Jul, 15, 201712:25 PM

    Motorists, especially two-wheeler riders, often find it difficult to charge their mobile phones when they are on the go.

  • Firms pledge Rs 16L worth equipment to Tambaram Sanatorium Firms pledge Rs 16L worth equipment to Tambaram Sanatorium
    Updated: Jul, 15, 201712:20 PM

    More than a week after it was reported that a firm had contributed to improving the security system at Rajiv Gandhi Government General Hospital (RGGGH), the contribution of lifesaving infrastructural...