Announcement

50+ Hrs. Training

Training programme for IBBI valuation exam

For details please refer to gazette ( No. 866 ) issued by Govt. of India Dt. 18th Oct, 2017

Our Programme

ICAI RVO conducts 50 Hrs Educational Course as specified by the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Board of India to be eligible to take examination to become Registered Valuer on enrolment with RVO and registration with IBBI after clearing the examination

Primary Membership of ICAI Registered Valuers Organisation to undertake Educational Course (Recognised as RVO by Insolvency and Bankruptcy Board of India)

Qualifications and experience to be eligible to register as Registered Valuer on completion of educational course by a Registered valuers Organisation and clearing the examination conducted by the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Board of India 
An individual shall have the following qualifications and experience to be eligible for registration under rule 3, namely:-

  • post-graduate degree or post-graduate diploma, in the specified discipline, from a University or Institute established, recognised or incorporated by law in India and at least three years of experience in the specified discipline thereafter; or
  • a Bachelor’s degree or equivalent, in the specified discipline, from a University or Institute established, recognised or incorporated by law in India and at least five years of experience in the specified discipline thereafter; or
  • membership of a professional institute established by an Act of Parliament enacted for the purpose of regulation of a profession with at least three years’ experience after such membership and having qualification mentioned at clause (a) or (b).

Explanation-I.? For the purposes of this clause the ‘specified discipline’ shall mean the specific discipline which is relevant for valuation of an asset class for which the registration as a valuer or recognition as a registered valuers organisation is sought under these rules.

Explanation-II.? Qualifying education and experience and examination or training for various asset classes, is given in an indicative matrix in Companies (Registered Valuers and valuation) Rules, 2017. 
Indicative Matrix on requisite qualifications/ experience in Securities or Financial Assets specified discipline

Asset Class Graduate Post Graduate Experience Valuation Specific Education
Securities or Financial Assets Graduate in any stream (1) Member of the Institute of
Chartered Accountants or The Institute of Cost Accountants of India or the Institute of Company Secretaries of India;
(2) MBA/PGDBM specialisation
in finance or;
3 years of experience in the discipline after completing graduation Courses as per syllabus prescribed under Rule 5
Any other graduate level qualification in accordance with Rule 4 as may be specified by the authority for a registered valuers organistion in its conditions of recognition Any other graduate level qualification in accordance with Rule 4 as may be specified by the authority for a registered valuers organistion in its conditions of recognition At least five years and three years of experience in case of graduate level degree or post graduate level degree respectively; Courses as per syllabus prescribed under Rule 5

Fees for Primary Registration – 5000 plus 18% GST

Educational Course - Training programme for IBBI valuation exam 50+ Hrs. Training

Training programme for IBBI valuation exam

For details please refer to gazette ( No. 866 ) issued by Govt. of India Dt. 18th Oct, 2017

The Course :

  • Classroom teaching
  • Additional facility of online classes
  • Includes training
  • Only Primary Members of ICAI RVO are eligible for enrollment in the 50+ Hrs Training Programme
  • Enrollment fees 25,000 plus 18% GST

Payment to be made through Online Gateway / Multi city cheque after getting necessary permission.

Directors

  • CA.Naveen-N.D.Gupta-Vice-PresidentICAI2017-18_1
    CA. Naveen N. D. Gupta, President ICAI
  • 41291nilesh-vikamsey-vpicai_2.5
    CA. Nilesh S Vikamsey, ICAI
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    CA. Dhinal A. Shah, ICAI