In 1494 November 10 the book of a monk, mathematician Luca Pacioli “Everything about arithmetic, geometry and proportion” saw the world. Historical to the accounting profession was the third section of the book, which was entitled “A Treatise on the accounts and records”. It then appeared the first information system in the world – a double record.
November 10, at the National Academy of Statistics, Accounting and Auditing with students of 3-4 years of the Faculty of Accounting and Auditing celebration “Visiting Luca Pacioli” was organized by the Department of Accounting.
International Day of Accountant was celebrated together by the deans of faculties, heads of departments, faculty and accounting staff. First Vice-Rector, Doctor of Economics, Professor O. Red’ko was to open it up by welcoming all participants, with a help of the Head of the Department of Accounting, Doctor of Education, Professor M. Telovata.
Holiday program was exciting and entertaining. Students have performed their greeting in prose, an original song, a parody has been demonstrated covering curiosities and film tour professional activities of accountants.
“Visiting Luca Pacioli” was ended by a fun motive for the song “My dear accountant” and a feast in the name of Luca Pacioli with sweets to all participants.
At the end of the action participants wished all “unlimited happiness, health and good luck in assets, no lack of love, mutual relations and inexhaustible sources of funding for private plans”.