The Principle Objects of the Institute are:

To advance the theory and practice of accountancy in its all aspects.

To recruit, educate, train and assess by means of examination or otherwise a body of members skilled in these areas.

To preserve at all times the professional independence of accountants in whatever capacities they may be serving.

To maintain high standards of practice and professional conduct by all its members.

To do all such things as may advance the profession of accountancy in relation to public practice, industry, commerce, education and the public service

To advance the theory and practice of accountancy in its all aspects.

To recruit, educate, train and assess by means of examination or otherwise a body of members skilled in these areas.

To preserve at all times the professional independence of accountants in whatever capacities they may be serving.

To maintain high standards of practice and professional conduct by all its members.

To do all such things as may advance the profession of accountancy in relation to public practice, industry, commerce, education and the public service.