The All-India Commercial Association was founded in the year 1934 atLahore as an Association to Prescribe Syllabus and Methods, Set Standard of Education, Regulate the Student of Commerce and to conduct Courses and Education in Commerce for the Students and to direct the young energies of the Nations towards productive and constructive work. These Education stalwarts foresaw the future progress of commerce and founded the association to meet the Educational necessities of the future progressive economics of the world by preparing properly educated Commerce oriented youth to face the challenge posed by increasing industrialization all over the world. Equipping the future economy of Free-India with duly educated and trained men of Commerce to independently handle the intricacies of the economic problems was the immediate objective which was later extended to other countries and other free nations of the world by way of extension of activities of Association in various other countries viz : the U.K. , U.S.A., Canada, Arab and Gulf countries, the African countries, Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Sri Lanka and other neighboring countries as well.
The Main Objectives of the All – India Commercial Association founded in the year 1934, at Lahore were:
(a) to promote Commercial Education in the Country and to afford all facilities and encouragement for the purpose ;
(b) to encourage enlightened, systematic and scientific study of Commerce, its literature as also the latest developments and methods adopted or introduced in the variousbranches of Commerce in any part of the world ;
(c) to associate the educationists, businessmen, industrialists, learned and influential men of every province and state in India as also the various Governments and their Officers ;
(d) to assist any Body Corporate or otherwise any educational Body imparting Education ;
(e) to assist and / or promote other bodies for the advancement and regulation of Commercial education.
Founded in 1934 at Lahore with the above objects the Association was shifted in New Delhi in the wake of Partitions between India and Pakistan in 1947. The Association was duly registered under Central Act XXI of 1860 with the above objects besides others.
Ever since 1934 the Association has been spreading the education of Commerce within India and abroad.
The Association has established over 50 Colleges and Training Centers conducting various Technical and Vocational Trade Certificate Courses as also Academic Courses as per the Scheme, Methods and Systems of Education Prescribed by the association within India and has duly constituted Honorary Authorized Official Representatives in various countries viz, U.K., U.S.A, Canada, Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, Aden, Kuwait, Iran, Iraq, Saudi Arabia, Sri Lanka Nepal, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, etc.