The Institute of Cost and Management Accountants of Bangladesh (ICMAB) organised a special series of workshops on cost audit. On Tuesday Lokman Hossain Mia, Secretary for the Ministry of Textiles and Jute, was present as the chief guest at the 'Cost Audit in Textile Industry' session.
A. K. M. Delwer Hussain FCMA, President of SAFA, and former President of ICMAB, was the special guest on the occasion. The resource person was CMA Neeraj D. Joshi.
Chief guest Lokman Hossain Miah said, "Bangladesh was now self-sufficient. Now we are not dependent on anyone for anything. No one stays hungry now, everyone gets food. We have also successfully dealt with the difficult situation in Corona due to the courageous steps of the Prime Minister."All our work is accountable to the people," he added. "Today we are in that position, all with the money earned by the common man. So we have to be accountable to them through our work." He described the workshop as very timely and called upon the CMA professionals to play a dedicated role for all in the country and the nation through their work.
Special guest A. K. M. Delwer Hussain FCMA appealed to the Secretary for appropriate assistance to further expand the job opportunities for CMA professionals so that they can play an important role in the national economic development by utilizing professional skills. He also thanked ICA India for its significant contribution to the workshop.
ICMAB President Md. Jasim Uddin Akand FCMA in his speech highlighted the cost and management accounting profession and its need in various important sectors. On behalf of the Institute, he drew the attention of the chief guest to the development of the national economy by properly enforcing the issue of making cost audit mandatory in all limited companies as per government guidelines.
ASM Shaykhul Islam FCMA, Council Member and former President, ICMAB, now Chairman of the Cost Audit and Professional Consultancy Cell Committee, briefed on the need for cost auditing in all sectors of the economy.
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