BCAS is a uniquely positioned pan-India voluntary organisation of Chartered Accountants established in 1949 represented by membership across 400+ cities\towns of India. BCAS endeavours to be a a principle-centred, learning-oriented organisation promoting quality professional education, networking and excellence in the profession of Chartered Accountancy. BCAS acts as a catalyst for better and more effective regulatory policies for cleaner and more efficient administration and governance.
BCAS shall be principle-centred and learning-oriented organisation to promote quality service and excellence
BCAS shall harness talent and disseminate knowledge to members, build skills and networks and encourage them to adhere to ethical standards and integrity.
BCAS conducts various educational activities such as seminars, workshops, residential refresher courses, study circles, lecture meetings, distant learning programs on Service tax and TDS.
BCAS shall be principle-centred and learning-oriented organisation to promote quality service and excellence in the profession of Chartered Accountancy and shall be proactive to change.
To be a principled organisation and emerge as an acknowledged and formidable repository of knowledge and expertise.
To act as a catalyst and (to) help members broaden their horizons, skillsets and networks, (to) recognise and nurture talent and (to) inspire them to adhere to the highest ethical standards and professional integrity.
To provide students a fertile environment to grow in, emulate and imbibe the characteristics of an accomplished Chartered Accountant.
To conduct citizens’ education programs.
To be a committed spokesperson and advocate for better and efficient government policies and laws, and greater transparency and effective administration and governance.
The BCAS mission focuses on capacity building measures for its members. The BCAS taps into the intellectual capital that rests within the profession to make it accessible to its members spread over different geographies and verticals. BCAS champions good governance and the highest ethical standards amongst its members.
The values listed below act as a beacon and guide BCAS in analysing and reflecting in all its endeavours:
BCAS abides by three guiding principles – integrity, accountability and collaboration; these serve as a constant source of inspiration in our daily activities.