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CA Final Topper Interview for Nov 2019 exam

CA Final Topper Interview for Nov 2019 exam

 CA Final Topper Interview: The Institute of Chartered Accountants of India (ICAI) conducts CA Final exams twice in a year in the months of May and November.

As per the ICAI announcement the CA final result was declared on 16th January 2020 around  4:00 pm in the evening.

As soon as the result was declared we have updated this CA Final topper interviews  Nov 2019 exam here.

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CA Final Result Nov 2019 Date and Time

CA Final Result Nov 2019: As per the ICAI announcement the CA final result date and time for Nov 2019 results have been provided as –

CA Final result Nov 2019 date – 16th January 2020

CA final result Nov 2019 time – 4:00 pm

CA Final Nov 2019 Toppers History:

 CA Final Topper Nov- 2019, Abhay Bajoria from Kolkata, AIR-1 (New Syllabus)

Abhay Bajoria from Kolkata topped the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India (ICAI) CA (new syllabus) with Suryansh Agarwal from Noida. Both topped the ICAI CA examination with 603 marks securing 75.38 percent. Abhay completed his BCom in 2018 from St Xavier’s College in Finance. He also ranked 16th in the IPCC exam.

Abhay Bajoria followed online classes during his preparation. Regarding the question of study plane Abhay Said, He did not spot any specific pattern, he said. “Candidates should study the topics thoroughly, without missing any chapter, as the questions can be asked from anywhere,”

Abhay said he is a big fan of legendary Cricketer MS Dhoni. aims at a career in investment banking.


CA Final Topper Nov-2019, Suryansh Agarwal from NOIDA, AIR-1 (New Syllabus)

Suryansh Agarwal from NOIDA topped the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India (ICAI) CA ( New Syllabus)  with Abhay Bajoria from Kolkata. Both topped the ICAI CA examination with 603 marks securing 75.38 percent. He had secured 27th rank in the CA IPCC or Intermediate examinations.

“CA finals were not easy but they were certainly worth it” according to Suryansh Agarwal. The 23-year-old is a resident of Noida Sector 41 and has completed his schooling for DPS Noida. He then went on to do graduation from SRCC or Shri Ram College of Commerce and has been pursuing a three-year articleship at E&Y, Gurgaon.,

Suryansh Agarwal Said in an interview,” it feels amazing all the hard work over the past two and a half  and years finally paid off”



CA Final Toppers Interview

CA Final Toppers Interview

CA Final May 2018 Toppers History

Two Ahmedabad boys shine in CA exams with 2nd rank

City boy Aagam Dalal came second in the finals exam of CA (old course) held in May 2018, according to sources in the Ahmedabad branch of ICAI.

Another city lad, Sagar Shah, came second in finals for a new course of CA, again held in May 2018. Students from the Ahmedabad region bagged 10 positions in the top 50 in the nation for the old course. In the new course, three-city boys managed to get a place in the top 20 passers from across the nation.

21-year old Aagam also ranked 33rd in Integrated Proficiency Competence Course (IPCC) exams in his first attempt.

CA final toppers interview May 2018 exam

CA Final AIR 1 Atul Agarwal Interview

ICAI has announced the result of CA final exams where Atul Agarwal has secured the top position.

Atul said, “After the Class 12, I am quite focused on the competitive examination, so I do not go for the regular courses and completed my graduation in B. Com from Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU).” The 21-year-old prepared the ICAI material and took coaching from Vidyasagar Institute, Jaipur.

Attributing his success to parents, Atul said, “I did not score very well in the board exams but today I cracked one of the toughest examinations of the country, the tribute goes to my parents as they never forced me to run after marks or success.” The topper passed the Class 10 examination with 86 percent marks and Class 12 examination with 85 percent marks. Atul’s father Santosh Agarwal works in the medical sector and his mother Manju Agarwal is a housewife.

Jaipur boy Atul Agarwal topped this year’s examination with 618 marks securing a percentage of 77.25. The second position was grabbed by Aagam Sandipbhai Dalal from Ahmedabad with 615 marks and Anurag Bagaria from Surat secured the third position with 597 marks.

CA Final 1st Topper Interview for Nov 2017 Exam

CA Final

CA Final

Mohit Gupta said, “I am very happy with my performance and I just want to give a message to youth that they can also achieve their aims in their life with hard work and dedication”.

Currently working in a company in Gurgaon, the all India topper, Mohit Gupta, was ecstatic with the results. “My hard work shows results with this news. I have been pursuing my BCom followed by two years of MCom in Delhi while studying for CA,” Mohit Gupta, said.

Mohit Gupta belongs to a middle-class family. When Mohit was seven years old, his father passed away.

“My father Vinod Gupta was an accountant and I was only seven years old when my father expired but my mother Santosh Gupta and grandparents gave me the strength to achieve my aim and stood behind me always,” he said.

In such a situation, his mother Santosh took over him. Mohit told that till 8th he studied from Sri Shakti Mission School. After that, he completed his studies from RS School until the 12th. Mohit made an M.Com from Delhi University.

He balanced his articleship and preparation by studying two to four hours on a daily basis, undisturbed. “You have to be consistent in your preparation. It was only in the last three months before the exam that I dedicated 10-12 hours,” he said.

Like a helpful senior, he keeps the CA aspirants motivated by giving them tips. He suggests that one has to be focus on their studies and should not overspend time on social networking sites. “This year’s exam was extremely difficult and although practicals are an easy game, one has to be serious and completely dedicated if he wishes to perform well in theory,” he said.

“I just want to serve my country whatever the position I join in future,” he added

His mother said, “she had faith in her son and he proved it”.

His younger brother Subham secured the 44th rank in the same exam.

On being asked if he would like to give coaching in the future, he said, “I might think about it definitely in later stages of life. But for the next 10-15 years, I want to grab good industry experience and work as an investment banker.”

Three tips which he gives for future aspirants include regular studying, maintaining a positive environment and focusing on presentation.


CA Final Topper Interview for may session 2017 Exam

CA Ramkumar Raman – World’s Youngest Chartered Accountant at the age of 18, the inspiring journey.

CA Ramkumar Raman successfully cleared all the 14 papers of the course in his first attempt.

Ramkumar Raman started preparing for CA when he was only 15:

Raman presently resides in Dubai. He belongs to a family in Chennai where most of the members are Chartered, Accountants. Following the footsteps of his family members, Raman too wanted to strengthen his knowledge in Finance and Accounting. This motivated him to enroll for the CA course.

Raman was only 15 when he decided to write the CA exams. In September 2012, he started his coaching for the examinations. And, in June 2015 while most of his friends were enrolling themselves in degree courses, Raman was then writing the final paper of CA.

In an interview, while telling about his study routine Raman said, “I would have lunch and sleep till 4 PM and get up again and start studying again from 4:30 PM till 8:15 PM again with breaks after which I’d have dinner and study again from 9 PM till 12 PM. Then I’d go to sleep”, he told in an interview when asked about his study routine.

A former student of The Indian High School, Dubai, Raman is now recognized as the youngest chartered accountant in the world by the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA), the global professional accounting body in the Gulf.

Ramkumar Raman now aims to make a career in investment banking. He wants to obtain an MBA degree from a reputed University in the United States to fulfill his dreams.

Later you can check CA Final Toppers ListCA Final mark sheetCA Final Merit List May 2017.

CA Final toppers strategy: CA Final Topper Interview For may session 2017 Exam :

ParticularsCA Final Rank 1CA Final Rank 2CA Final Rank 3
NameRaj Paresh SethAgathiswaran SKrishna Pawan Gupta
Roll No.214824223088188858

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The Main Difference in Toppers

CA Final Topper Interview: Rank 3 has also been grabbed by a male candidate, Krishna Pawan Gupta. The Mumbai boy is just 0.12% behind the second topper, as his percent in the examination is 75.13%. The marks secured by the candidate is 601.

CA Final Topper Interview: CA Final topper study plan, topper history, and his inspiration

CA Final Topper Interview: Being Born in the Indian family he was always inspired by his father, his motivation and the Maine reason for being the topper in CA Final is his Father.

Something that was motivating him since his childhood was his father’s work and his father being a CA. He has seen his father working as a CA and he was always inspired by the fact CA- Chartered Accountancy is considered one of the toughest courses to clear in India. With the passing percentage of less than 5%, there are presently around 2.5 lakh members for a country of 1 Billion.  He wants to be the part of that percentage of people where a success cant is just a number it will be more than that. And be the part of the CA group in India. His interest can be seen from his past as he topped in CA IPCC 2014 and now completely he topped in CA Final 2017 and he now can live his dream. Being a CA on his own. That’s why it said that ” DO HANDWORK TILL YOUR INSPIRATION DON’T BECOME YOUR RIVAL”.

CA Final Topper Interview: Agathiswaran S. the 2nd rank holder who hails from Vellore is the son of a CA and his father has been a source of inspiration for him to reach this threshold. Because of his father, he was very interested to become CA. His dream came true after he topped in CA Exam.

CA Final Topper Interview: CA Final rank tips-CA Final AIR 1  Raj Paresh Sheth interview

CA Final Topper Interview: Dombivali’s Raj Sheth, 22, topped the exam nationally with an aggregate score of 78.75% (630 out of 800 marks) and Krishna Gupta, 22, ranked third.

“I’m very happy to clear the exam in the first attempt. I have started working with a firm for my articles and plan to study further before looking for a job,” said Sheth, who graduated in BCom from R A Poddar College in 2016 with 87%. His father retired from a diamond industry job some years ago and his two older sisters are in the service industry.

Meet Raj Paresh Sheth All India Rank 1 CA Final May 2017 who hails from Dombivali, Maharashtra.  Let us find out what his strategy for the exam was, what suggestions he has for other students and aspirants & how he has achieved this success:

First of all many congratulations to you 

Thank you so much.

Can you describe your feelings at this moment?

It’s an awesome feeling. I am elated and am currently on cloud nine. When President Sir called me at 11.15 in the morning, I started crying out of happiness. It was an awesome feeling and I m feeling just great.

And what was the reaction of your parents?

When I shared this news with my mother, she also started crying out her emotions of joy and proudness. There were tears in their eyes as it was a dream comes true for me. There were mixed emotions – they were crying but at the same time, they were also very happy.

Were you or your parents expecting a rank?

Ya, I was expecting a rank but not AIR1. As I secured AIR 10 in IPCC, my coaching teachers then told me that I would definitely secure AIR 1 in CA Final. From that moment, I had started taking my studies seriously. I had started studying regularly right from the beginning. I was not expecting an AIR 1 but yes, I was sure that I would be securing a rank in CA Finals. The efforts that I had put in were very high and this is how I succeeded in securing AIR1.

When you got to know that you are AIR1, what was your first reaction?

There were tears of joy in my eyes when I got to know about my result.

Whom would you like to give credit for this success any special person you would like to thank?

CA Final Topper Interview: Firstly, it would be my parents and my two sisters. They had always supported me; may be financially, emotionally or mentally. Secondly, my coaching classes. I had been associated with my coaching classes since my 11th standard. The coaching teachers taught me in a very good way which had helped me to crack CA Final. Thirdly, I would like to thank my Articleship firm because they were supporting me, listening to me firmly and always gave me the liberty to attend my classes, whenever I have to and they never forbade me in any way. So, these are the things that I can credit to my success.

How important is preparing your own notes? Did you prepare any notes while studying and what would be your message to those students who just kept on reading and didn’t prepare any notes?

CA Final Topper Interview: Note preparation is very important not for revision but for that one and a half day that you get prior to the exam because if you have the notes/flowcharts with you, you can remember the data.

For e.g. in Law, there are different types of punishments and different types of numbers to remember. So, note preparation is very important not for revision, but for preparation during those one and a half days. So, I would suggest to those students who keep on reading and not prepare notes – to start preparing the notes that would be beneficial for them during those ones and a half days.

Raj, it is a big achievement at your part i.e securing AIR 1 in CA Finals but many students are there who could not achieve this despite the hard work. So, what would be your message to those who could not clear the exam?

CA Final Topper Interview: Firstly, don’t get disheartened. It’s just that you are putting your full effort but there’s somewhere something which is evading you from focus. If not now, then the next attempt would be yours.

Secondly, change your attitude towards studies. Most of the students study in the last 3 or 4 months before the exams. But CA is a course where one has to start studying right from Day 1. I used to study for 2 hours in the beginning and then gradually increased it to 13 to 14 hours in the last 3 to 4 months. So, have regular studies going on and refrain from social media. I m not saying that you should completely refrain from social media like Facebook, Whatsapp, etc. but you should try to balance it with the studies and use it minimally. Thirdly, many people avoid the study materials provided by the Institute. They find it to be complicated but it’s not like that. I have studied completely from the study materials and practice manuals. And I have referred to very few reference books. So, don’t ignore the study materials provided by the Institute.

Can you give details on your study planning and your strategy to mitigate the challenges to gather focus?

CA Final Topper Interview: In the first two years, I used to study regularly for two hours at least. Then, during the third year, I have started planning for managing the entire syllabus in those one and half days, keeping in mind my exams because I knew I could easily study Law / Audit in 4 days. So, what would I do if I get one and a half days during the exam days? It was like – how should I strategize my studies so that I can completely cover the entire syllabus in one and a half-day. I used to revise fora couple of days and then I started rehearsing. For e.g., I am taking Law on Wednesday morning, so I made a strategy that I should complete it by Thursday afternoon. So, this is how I rehearsed where I could utilize that one and a half days which I got during the exams. So, completing your studies during these one and a half days is very important.

4 months before the exam I fixed my schedule from January. I made a schedule for 4 months – from January to April. There were my classes in Mid-March. So, for me, it was like; I should complete the syllabus at least once before Mid-March. So, in those 3 months, I used to study 14 to 15 hours every day. I won’t say that I used to study for 14 to 15 hours at a stretch. After 3 hours of study, I used to take a break for half an hour for my recreational activities like listening to songs or watching TV, etc. And, then I used to jump to studies but in those 3 months, you should be very cool and calm and you should have a proper meal because your energy gets used up in those 3 months. Have proper food and be cool and calm and yes, I believe that while studying 14 to 15 hours during those 3 months it is very important to keep a proper eating plan. It should be like – Heavy breakfast, heavy lunch and a very light dinner. So, I used to avoid oil and cheese during my dinner as I had to study during the night and so that I don’t get dozed off and able to study till 3 or 4.

So, what did you do to keep yourself calm and remove the stress?

CA Final Topper Interview: I just remembered MS Dhoni. The way he kept calm even during the tensed moments and this is how it worked for me. I just thought 15 minutes before the exams that I am on a pitch, I like cricket so much so I am giving you the same example, that I am the opener and the bowler would bowl me a googly or a bouncer or a yorker or something but I just need to defend and need not be afraid. So, I just need to defend and go on with the flow and once if I am on the pitch (say) for one hour then I can go on with the flow of writing the answers with good presentation.

How important is this achievement for you?

CA Final Topper Interview: It’s very important because I see that CA is not the end – it’s the beginning of a very good career. It’s like a passport where you can go out of India. As I have secured a rank with good marks and grades, this will help maintain my speed and pace accordingly and will help me to go ahead in my life.

So, did you face any hurdles in this journey – something which you can share with us?

It was a roller coaster ride for me. I remember after giving my IPCC exams, I was a bit confused and wasn’t sure if I could pursue further.

Then my sister gave me the support and said that CA is one of the greatest courses that one would aspire for and you have worked very hard for the IPCC exam. Let the result of IPCC come, then we would sit together and decide and I said ok and then I secured AIR 10 in IPCC. She then just said that you can delete that “0” and get rank 1. So, just go ahead.

Frankly, I liked Accounts and Taxation as well and then my Articleship firm was very good. It was amazing. There w full liberty and no interference from their end. There were situations, where I had to leave my office at 6:30 to attend my classes by 7:30. So, to travel in one hour in that crowded Mumbai train proved to be painful physically if not mentally. I am also suffering from some arthritis so physically, it was difficult for me but I kept going but I took medicine or some massage from my sister or mother sometimes.

How is your health now?

It’s fine now. After my exams, I had taken care of my health and its fine now.

Was there any time where you felt very low and needed motivation?

Yes, there was a time when I was very low last year in December. I was not sure if I would be able to crack it or would be able to get a good job. But, then my sister was the one who boosted confidence that CA is one of the dreams which can be easily cracked by me and said to just go on with the flow.

How important Articleshipis in a CA student’s life?

CA Final Topper Interview: Articleship is an important phase of CA career because even if you pass the degree, you have to pass it for an interview and that is where the knowledge of the Articleship comes into account. It’s not like Big4 Articleships are good because I personally feel that Big 4s are just institutes of some outsource companies for three years but if you join an excise firm (like I have also joined an excise firm for the same reason), I have got to do practice, I have got to do taxes – direct tax as well as indirect tax. I have got to do the audit as well. I have got to incorporate a company as well. It was like an overall exposure which I got in my Articleship firm. Now, I am in full-time GST consultant in my firm and I have already given lectures in GST. Compared to it, if I would have joined a Big 4, I would have stuck to just one field and that is not what Articleship is for. So, joining the excise firm, I got to have an overall exposure in different fields.

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