INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP ON ADVANCING FRONTIERS OF PAEDIATRIC CARDIAC SCIENCES

Dear Friends,

We are glad to inform you that Frontier Lifeline Hospital & Dr.K.M.Cherian Heart Foundation, in collaboration with University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, University of Hanover, Germany and University of Zurich, Switzerland is organizing an International workshop on “ADVANCING FRONTIERS OF PAEDIATRIC CARDIAC SCIENCES” on the 14th & 15th July 2014.

The highlight of the program will be “WETLAB WITH IMPLANTATION TECHNIQUES FOR HEARTWARE VENTRICULAR ASSIST DEVICES” by Prof. Michael Hubler, Zurich.

PROGRAM DETAILS

Date: 14th & 15th July 2014

Time: 8 AM to 5.30 PM

Venue: FRONTIER MEDIVILLE, Elavur, Edur Village, Gummidipoondi

Registration Fee: Rs.2500/-

Please Click on the link for Program Brochure International Workshop – Frontier

For Registrations Contact:

Dr.T.M.Rao

Medical Superintendent

Ph: 9940363388

Desk Enquiries:

Ms.Cheryl / Ms.Priya Kumar

Ph: 044 42017575 Extn: 201 / 291

Notification relating to Companies(Cost Records and Audit) Rules

July 1, 2014 by · Leave a Comment
Filed under: Announcements, Cost Audits, Industry Update 

Source : http://taxguru.in/company-law/notification-relating-companiescost-records-audit-rules.html#sthash.Tsxh2PTd.dpuf

June 30, 2014

The Ministry has issued notification relating to the Companies (Cost Records and Audit) Rules, 2014 under section 148 of the Companies Act, 2013. The last date for filing application for appointment of cost auditor under earlier rules was 30th June, 2014. Keeping this in view the new rules have been notified today. These rules supersede eight sets of rules notified under the Companies Act, 1956. The new rules specify four classes of companies which shall be required to maintain cost records and who will be subject to cost audit. Relevant e-Forms would be made available on the MCA portal shortly.

The Notification is available on the Ministry’s website at  – www.mca.gov.in

Also the notification can be downloaded from here

cost audit rules – 30-06-2014

 

 

 

 

 

 

Corporate Affairs Ministry Tweaks Cost Audit Norms

July 1, 2014 by · Leave a Comment
Filed under: Announcements 

June 30,2014

New Delhi:

The government on Monday said only a certain class of companies, including those producing defence equipment, would be subject to cost audit.

Companies engaged in activities that involve public interest and those into making certain kinds of medical devices would also be covered under the new rules.

The Corporate Affairs Ministry, which is implementing the new companies law, has made changes to cost audit rules.

In a late evening press release, the ministry said the new rules would supersede those notified under the Companies Act, 1956.

“The new rules  specify four classes of companies which shall be required to maintain cost records and who will be subject to cost audit,” it said.

The latest notification pertains to Companies (Cost Records and Audit) Rules, 2014 under section 148 of the Companies Act, 2013.

According to the ministry, the companies engaged in the production of goods in strategic sectors such as machinery and mechanical appliances used in defence, space and atomic energy sectors excluding any ancillary items would have to carry out cost audits.

Entities engaged in manufacturing of arms and ammunitions would also come under this ambit.

Besides, entities engaged in an industry regulated by a sectoral regulator or a ministry or department of the central government would be covered under cost audit rules. These include aeronautical services of air traffic management, roads and other infrastructure projects, drugs and pharmaceuticals, sugar and industrial alcohol, and fertilisers.

Companies operating in areas involving public interest such as railways and firms that are into production, import and supply or trading of certain medical devices would also have to maintain cost records.

“…in the case of a company engaged in multiple products, any product or device for which the individual turnover (from such specific product or device) is Rs. 10 crore or more, or one third of the turnover, whichever is less” would be covered, as per the ministry’s notification.

With regard to companies that are into one specific product or device, the cost audit rules would be applicable if the entity has net worth of Rs. 150 crore or more or the turnover is Rs. 25 crore or more.

Source : NDTV Profit – http://profit.ndtv.com/news/industries/article-corporate-affairs-ministry-tweaks-cost-audit-norms-574353