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ICWAI | CMA Final Topper Interview Speak – CMA Final exams Dec 2017 completed in Dec month. ICMAI | CMA Final Results December 2017 has been declared on 21 Feb at 5:30.along with this ICWAI Announced CMA Final topper mark sheettopper interviewpass percentage and Topper merit list

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CMA Final Topper List for Dec 2017

ICMAI has announced the topper rank list for CMA Final Dec 2017 . Here you can get the CMA final provisional rank list for 2012 syllabus and also for the 2016 syllabus.

Download CMA Final Top 50 Toppers, Rank Holders list Dec 2017

CMA Final Toppers List June 2017

Download CMA Final Top 50 Toppers, Rank Holders list June 2017

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ICWAI | CMA Final Topper Interview(Dec 2010)-Aravapalli Sushma Sireesha

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ICWAI | CMA Final Topper Interview

Aravapalli Sushma Sireesha, a native of Guntur, secured the all-India first rank in final examinations of Institute of Cost and Works Accountants of India (ICWA) held in December 2010. She is a product of Master Minds, a leading CA, ICWA and Intermediate coaching institute located at Brodipet.

Ms. Sireesha studied 10th class in Krishi Public School and had college education from Intermediate to B.Com at Master Minds. Her father Venkateswarulu is an auditor and mother Sasikala a housewife.

Ms. Sireesha has simultaneously undergone coaching for Chartered Accountancy and Cost and Works Accountants courses and completed both the examinations in one go, according to MSN Mohan, one of the founders of Master Minds.

Ms. Sireesha expressed the wish to become a Cost and Works Accounts practitioner.

Principal of Superwhizz Sabbineni Venkateswara Rao has said their institute students had secured the best results in the ICWA examinations at the national level. Mr. Venkateswara Rao said their students got 139 ranks in the top 100 at all-India level.

In a statement here, he said their students scored best results in both ICWA inter and final examinations continuing their institute’s record every year. Rekha Rani got second rank in ICWA inter while Sambasiva Rao secured third rank.

Mr. Rao said their student R. Swajith got the 6th rank in ICWA inter.

In the ICWA final examination, K. Sapath Kumar got the third rank at national level, said Mr. Venakteswara Rao. Similarly, Superwhizz student K. Dilip got fourth rank in final examination. D. Sai Harini got the seventh rank.

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ICWAI | CMA Final Topper Interview(June 2009)-Rahul Garg

ICWAI | CMA Final Topper Interview

ICWAI | CMA Final Topper Interview

This Chandigarh boy appeared for the CWA exam in June 2009, and simultaneously wrote the Company Secretary (CS) final exams. “I had cleared the second levels i.e., the Intermediate Levels of both CWA and CS, securing first rank in the former and fourth in CS,” says Rahul.

“One is eligible to attend both the exams, without  the dates overlapping,” he adds. The CWA course can be completed in three stages; Foundation, Intermediate and Final. Minimum eligibility for the Foundation is Class 12.

Graduates are exempted from the Foundation Level The CWA qualification trains a candidate in areas of accounting, cost and management, audit and tax functions among others, and a CWA professional maintains and scrutinises statutory book of accounts, prepares cash budgets, cash flow statements.

Of late, they also provide consultancy services to corporate business houses. “Enrolment to the Intermediate/Foundation Course is open throughout the year and the exams are conducted in June and December,” he shares. A certified CWA and CS, Rahul is also a qualified Chartered Accountant, currently working as senior In-charge, Accountant and Assurance at global firm Grant Thornton

After completing Class 12 at the Government Model School in 2004 and topping with 90.20 percent marks, Rahul enrolled in the CA course simultaneously with BCom, graduated in 2006 and obtained CA qualification in 2008.

Rahul’s study strategies

  • Allotted five hours a day for two months to his toughest subjects –  Management Accounting & Financial Analysis and Direct Taxes. Coaching in these areas also helped.
  •  Referred to books by Munish Bhandari for Law, V K Aggarwal for Auditing, and Bangar for Indirect Taxes. His favourites are Tulsian and G Sekar.
  •  Coaching classes helped but it was his self-study which helped him ace professional exams such as CA, CS and CWA.
  •  A positive attitude was a must, and he put in “200 percent” in attempt 1, as failure and reappearing for an exam was not an option

But the journey to the top was not easy. Rahul, the third and youngest child in the family, was no stranger to financial hardships. His father is a driver by profession and his mother, a homemaker. And by sheer bad luck, Rahul lost partial vision during a game of bow and arrows.

But despite tough times during childhood, Rahul’s confidence reigns supreme. “For go-getters, there are no excuses,” says Rahul.  Inspired by his neighbours whose economic situation improved immensely after a family member became a Chartered Accountant after completing the CA programme successfully, Rahul decided to follow suit.

“The fact that a CA has the authority to authenticate a company’s balance sheet, also fascinated me,” says Rahul. Currently pursuing Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) Programme and an MBA (Finance) from ICFAI, the ambitious young man aims to complete both courses in a span of two years and get a dual degree.

Next in the line are, an I.S.A (Information Systems Audit) from Institute of Chartered Accountants of India, followed by certificates from CIMA (Chartered Institutes of Management Accountants, UK) and IMA (Institute of Management Accountants, USA).

“I want to study and be recognised in my area of work,” he says about his acquisitions. Though the CWA qualification is perceived as being a notch below CA with a 40-45 percent of average salary difference, it’s the diverse knowledge and increased perspective that is fascinating. “A wider knowledge base will enable me to  hold a top corporate position at an early age,” he says.

Despite his doctor’s advice not to strain his eyes, Rahul remains academically active. Post work, he coaches CA and CWA aspirants. He has also authored four books for commerce graduates. “I have presented the content in a simple, systematic, interesting format,” says Rahul, who wants to start his own practice by the time he turns 35.

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ICWAI | CMA Final Topper Interview Speak -Success stories

ICWAI | CMA Final Topper Interview

ICWAI | CMA Final Topper Interview

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