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Capacity Building Programme for the Accountants
Tiruchy, Jul. 27. A day of animation and training programme conducted for all the accountants of INT province at the Provincial House, Tiruchy, coordinated by Father Santhanaraj, the Province Economer.
All the accountants of the INT Province gathered for a day of animation and training at the Provincial house. There were input sessions on the amendments in FCRA, online filing of FCRA quarterly, clarifications on ACME ERP and other accounting procedures. Father Santhanaraj SDB, the Province Economer, Mr. Alex, Mr. John Peter were the resource persons. There were many interactions and clarifications. There were altogether 30 participants for the meeting. The whole day programme was coordinated by Father Santhanaraj, the Province Economer.
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