Two ladies from town bagged the primary and the third rank in Chartered Accountancy (CA) examination (new syllabus) held in November 2020, outcomes for which had been introduced on Tuesday.
Komal Jain,22, not solely cleared the examination in her first try but additionally managed to get the all India rank (AIR) one within the examination. “I have already completed my articleship and I’m now hoping to find a job in the corporate sector either in the finance or consulting sectors,” mentioned Jain, who would not want to begin her personal agency anytime quickly. A resident of Ghatkopar, Jain graduated from RA Podar in 2019.
Equally, AIR three (new syllabus) Rajvi Nathvani (22) additionally has her eyes on a job within the company sector. “I was waiting for the CA results to be declared before I start applying for jobs. My father is also a practising CA, but I wish to find a job,” mentioned Nathvani, a resident of Kandivali. She pursued her research for the CA exams together with a BCom diploma from NM Faculty.
The primary three ranks (previous syllabus) had been bagged by Essakiraj A from Salem, Sripriya R from Chennai and Mayank Singh from Jaipur. Equally, whereas the primary and third rank (new syllabus) had been bagged by Jain and Nathvani, Mudit Agarwal from Surat stood second within the examination.
The examination which was initially scheduled to happen in Might 2020 needed to be postponed attributable to Covid-19 and the eventual lockdown imposed throughout the nation. The exams had been lastly held between November and December 2020 within the offline format.
Based on figures shared by the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India (ICAI), 12,026 candidates appeared for Group I take a look at in CA finals (previous syllabus), of which 17.84% handed the take a look at whereas of the 17,132 candidates who appeared for the Group II take a look at, 31.77% handed. 4,143 candidates appeared for each teams and 5.84% cleared each checks.
Equally, 32,542 candidates appeared for Group I take a look at in CA finals (new syllabus), of which 12.84% handed the take a look at whereas of the 27,907 candidates who appeared for the Group II take a look at, 30.97% handed. 19,284 candidates appeared for each teams and 14.47% cleared each checks.