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42nd All India Accounting Conference & International Seminar

Faculty  of Commerce and Management Studies , Jai Narain Vyas University, Jodhpur  and Indian Accounting Association, Jodhpur Branch consider it a privilege and matter of great pride to host the 42nd All India Accounting Conference & International Seminar on December 28 –29, 2019.

The Conference would provide a forum for interaction on Contemporary Issues and Developments in Accounting, Finance and allied areas. It would create an interface among professionals, academicians and experts in the field of accounting education and research in India and abroad. The basic theme of this mega Academic  event is outlined below:

International Seminar on Accounting

Any venture, policy, service or even a blip of idea needs to be assessed from various vantage points, accounting and commerce being one of the protuberant dimensions. As Henry Ford puts it, one of the most important questions to be addressed – Is it needed? Is it practical? Is it commercial? The 42nd All India Accounting Conference and International seminar aims to have erudite expositions and analysis of new innovations and research results in the fields of accounting and commerce. This conference aims to provide a platform for deliberations required to solve business problems and meet the challenges of a fast paced decision making environment by academicians, researchers, development planners, policy makers, business houses and other stakeholders both in the corporate and academic field to one forum and discusses on new ideas, trends, technologies and methods for addressing recent trends, new issues and challenges that commerce & accounting world are facing. The conference will have various tracks consisting of the sub themes as follows in the way of Technical Session & Seminar

  1. Technical Session – 1 Role of Artificial Intelligence in accounting system

Chairman Prof. Pramod Kumar, Daylbagh Educational Institute Deemed University, Agra

With the rapid development of information technology and the needs of economic society, artificial intelligence has ushered in the golden age. The application of artificial intelligence technology in the accounting field is an inevitable trend, which will bring tremendous changes and development to the accounting industry. This track will explore the application of artificial intelligence in the accounting industry.

  1. Technical Session – 2 Carbon Accounting

Chairman Dr Akhil Mishra Professor Faculty of Commerce BHU, Varanasi 

Carbon emission have become on the challenging factors all across the world. Due to this scenario various policies and programs are implemented by different nations to control pollution caused by carbon emission and discipline like Carbon Accounting have emerged. This track will explore various dimensions of carbon accounting together with programs, policies and need of carbon accounting.

  1. Technical Session – 3 Ind-AS, its implication and harmonization

Chairman Prof. Ranjan Bal, formerly Utkal University, Bhubaneswar

Ind AS is the accounting standards adopted by the companies in India and issued under the supervision of Accounting Standard Board (ASB) which was constituted as body in the year 1977 to make reporting by Indian companies more globally acceptable. Ind ASs are named and numbered in the same way as IFRS. Harmonization of Accounting Standards at India level Ministry of Corporate Affairs has notified Ind AS which are more in line with IAS and IFRS, which has made Indian companies and Indian reporting system more viable, acceptable globally then ever before and would help them to play more pertinent role in global scenario, however harmonization in various areas required to bring uniformity with accounting practices world wide. Accounting Professionals need to acquainted themselves with the knowledge of International and Internal accounting standards to develop their accounting skills and expertise, So that one may remain updated with the latest developments in the field of Accounting Practices.

  1. International Seminar on Accounting Education

Chairman Prof. Karamjeet Singh, Panjab University, Chandigarh

Alongside the major conference, International Seminar on accounting education will be organized. This International seminar shall be the platform for academicians, professionals and researchers to have intellectual interactions with regards to the current situation relating to accounting education, challenges and advancements relating to accounting field.

  1. International Seminar on Accounting Research

Chairman Prof. Pratap Singh Chouhan, Vice Chancellor, GG Tribal University, Godhara

Alongside the major conference, International Seminar on accounting research will be organized. This International seminar shall be the platform to academicians, professionals and researchers to have intellectual interactions with regards to the current situation relating to accounting research, challenges and advancements relating to accounting field.

Accounting Education needs to be updated, as technology is impaling all the aspects of cost and expenditures. The budgets & balance sheets are software aided  to give accurate decision making. Assimilating artificial intelligence in accounting systems can build the efficiency for giving  innovative solutions to the business  organisation.

The seminar aims to provide platform for academicians, policy makers, researchers, industrialists & accountants to work on modern deliberations to build solutions for complex  subjective issues of accounting systems.

Objectives of the Seminar :

  • To provide platform for  presentation and discussion on Accounting   Education & Research.

  • To provide a forum for the exchange of ideas between researchers and practitioners in the field of commerce and accounting.

Guidelines for Manuscript Preparation

  • Only original and unpublished work is sought.

  • Papers must be based on themes and sub-themes of the conference.

  • Papers must be between 3,000 and 5,000 words in length. A title of not more than 15 words should be provided.

  • Technical Session, as applicable, must be indicated.

  • An abstract of not more than 300 words should be accompanied. It must indicate study period, sample, research questions, methodology, findings and conclusions/implications.

  • Text should be printed in Times New Roman with font size 12, typed in 1.5 spaces, A4 paper layout with standard margins (2.54 cm on all four sides).

  • A full-length paper should follow the structure given below:

  • Introduction: should contain problem statement or research questions and how paper is organised.

  • Literature Review: Enough relevant, past and recent studies should be provided and research gaps must be identified.

  • Methodology: data and study period must be recent and justifications for selecting study periods, sample size, tools and techniques used should be given.

  • Results/Analysis: these should be convincing and also state whether analysis/result/findings support/reject the hypothesis/es.

  • Conclusion:

  • Reference: the paper should contain full bibliographical details and journal titles should not be abbreviated. For within text citations, author’s last name should be followed by comma and year of publications, all in round brackets, e.g. (Fox, 1994). At the end of the paper, there should be a reference list in alphabetical order in APA (6th ed.) format.


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The registration fees can be paid online through online transaction on conference website or can be paid through NEFT/Demand Darft in faver of:

Account Name : Conference Secretary Indian Accounting Association

Account Number : 98070100005997

Bank : Bank of Baroda, Jaswant Campus Branch, Jodhpur (Rajasthan)

IFSC Code : BARB0XTUNIJ (Fifth character is zero)

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