‘People should be professional but thoughts shouldn’t be commercial’
Udaipur : Referring to a case which came up before him recently, Supreme Court Judge Adarsh Kumar Goel said that rising cost of education in the country is growing into a serious issue. “ At the primary level, parents have to spend around 6 thousand per month for a child, imagine the cost of education in higher classes.
People should have professional approach in their business but their thoughts shouldn’t be commercial” Justice Goel said in his inaugural speech on Sunday at thetwo-day national conference on economic reforms and professional empowerment here. The event is being hosted by Udaipur branch of CIRC of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India (ICAI)having 1000 participants from various parts of the country.
‘Law and Medicines are basically subjects concerning to social service but pursuing higher education in these fields have become too costly. If the trend continues, how would the country progress, he asserted. Recognizing the role of chartered accountants, Goyal said they are the backbone of the service industry and it had been the diligence of the chartered accountants that 2G and coal scams have come out before the public.
Speaking on the occasion, ICAI President Manoj Fadnis said that 2.5 Lakh chartered accountants and 8 lakh students are contributing to the growth of the country’s economy. ‘ Seeing the increasing demands for these professionals abroad, the ICAI has entered into an MOU with the Ireland government through which our members would be get job opportunities there’ Fadnis said. Eminent speakers presented papers on various issues related to taxation and reforms in the technical sessions that followed afterwards.