My Dear Students,
Wishing you a very happy, healthy and blissful Poila Baishakh, Bohag Bihu, Maha Visubha Sankranti and Baishakhi in advance. May all your dreams come true and your aspirations find bigger wings to scale greater heights in life with each passing day. Let us also hope and pray that the new financial year ushers us into a progressive and productive year ahead.
It gives me immense pleasure to share with you that after a considerable time interval, EICASA successfully organized a wide range of outdoor sports activities in the month of March, 2021, which saw an appreciable participation of large number of students. The events covered in the sporting extravaganza were 100 mtrs race, 400 mtrs race, 4*100 mtrs relay, Shot-put and long jump for boys and girls separately. A half day seminar on recent amendments in GST was also hosted by EICASA on 4th April, 2021 at the Institute’s Premises. Further, EICASA Speakers’ Forum conducted its very first session under the guidance and supervision of CA. Prashant Sinha. The Forum envisages to sharpen presentation skills and provide public speaking tips including overcoming the fear of it. Public speaking is an essential skill for your personal development and undoubtedly adds value to your career.
Dear students, please be informed that there are several events and programs scheduled to be held in the days to come. Second session of EICASA Speakers’ Forum will be held this month. Revision classes on subjects of accounting, tax, audit and law etc. shall be conducted for students appearing for inter and final examinations. It has also been decided to start both off-line and online mock tests for students appearing in May 2021 term for all levels. Team EICASA has also planned to organize a number of workshops and seminars through VCM mode encompassing subject specific topics of academic interest. I am sure such webinars and workshops would definitely add value. A blood donation camp shall be organized in April, 2021. Please come forward to volunteer for the camp as it is for a noble and humanitarian cause. As they say, it costs you nothing, but it can mean the world to someone in need.
Lastly, I would want all of you to remember that being a good student is less about the ability to rote and more about the desire to learn. Stop thinking about what will happen and start thinking about what you can do. You might have hundreds of likes on Facebook but that won’t pay your bills! You might have tens of retweets on Twitter every day but that’s not going to pay your mortgage! You might have heaps of unread messages on WhatsApp but that’s not going to pay for your new car! You might have dozens of likes on Instagram that’s not going to give you the life that you dreamt for! Get a life, study hard today to realize your dreams tomorrow.
Wishing you the very best always,
CA Ravi Kumar Patwa