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CA IPCC Toppers Interview

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Surat Boy Aditya Jhawar Becomes India’s Youngest to Clear CA, CS, CMA

CA CS CMA topper

CA CS CMA topper

CA IPCC Toppers Interview:Surat’s Aditya Jhawar has achieved all the three professional qualification Chartered Accountancy (CA), Company Secretary (CS) and Cost and Management Accountancy (CMA) at the age of 21, to become India’s youngest to complete all the three professional qualification.

Till now Sarthak Ahuja and Pallavi Sachdeva, both of Delhi, were the youngest to complete CA, CS and CMA at the age of 23.

But now with the passing of his CMA Final examination, results of which were declared day before yesterday, Jhawar has surpassed them and set the milestone of achieving this rare feet.

After passing 12th standard, Jhawar started his higher studies with CA at the age of 15 and passed all its examination.

He also started CS with it and qualified CS too along with CA. He then pursued CMA and qualified that too.

Jhawar was trained by Surat’s CA Ravi Chhawchharia. He pursued Bachelor of Commerce from Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU) and is awaiting its final results.

Jhawar ‘s father Mahesh Jhawar, a textile trader, had also cleared the second stage of CA but couldn’t continue with CA final due to involvement in family business. Jhawar’s mother is a school teacher from last 25 years. (ANI)

Toppers of CA Intermediate | CA IPCC 2017: Candidate who secured top 3 in CA Intermediate | CA IPCC exam are listed below:

ICAI IPCC result 2017: AIR 2 topper Ronak Rajendra Jain aspires to become an entrepreneur

CA IPCC Toppers Interview: In 2016, Ronak Jain cleared the CA CPT entrance with a score of 188, securing the top position in Nashik. He then joined coaching classes for IPC in Nashik and has managed to score a whooping 561 marks.

The Institute of Chartered Accountancy India (ICAI) announced the results for the Chartered Accountants Intermediate (IPC) exam on Tuesday and Ronak Rajendra Jain has secured All India Rank (AIR) 2 with 80.14 per cent. Ronak comes from a family of four who lives in a village called Nagad in Aurangabad, Maharashtra. His father is a pharmacist who owns a medical shop while his mother is a homemaker and his sister is married.

Unlike students of his age, Jain had a desire to experience life in a hostel and when he was in class 7, he convinced his parents to let him join a school in Jalgaon. He credits his hostel life for the distraction-free study environment and the drilling of a healthy routine.

Once he cleared the class 10 exams, he shifted to BYK college in Nashik. His interest in mathematics, accounts and statistics drove him to opt for commerce and from then on, he set his eyes on building a career in Chartered Accountancy (CA).

In 2016, Ronak cleared the CA CPT entrance with a score of 188, securing the top position in Nashik. He then joined coaching classes for IPC preparation in Nashik and has managed to score a whopping 561 marks.

Ronak Rajendra Jain may 2017 topper interview

How did you prepare for the exam?

I was preparing for CA since class 11. After clearing class 12, I covered the quantum of the syllabus multiple times. So I knew most of the theories, formulas and topics on my finger tips. I also attended coaching classes every day for the last nine months (including on Saturdays and Sundays). There, I took part in mock tests, practiced difficult subjects and asked for help when needed.

What did you do in the last few months?

The last months before the exam are vital. If you have not been concentrating on the preparation for IPC before, you need a minimum of three months of preparation time before the exam. During the nine months period, I prepared notes that helped me in quick revision in the last months. The key to clear any exam is self-study and practice.

Where do you wish to go now?

Now, I’ll head to Mumbai to complete an articleship for three years as it is necessary for any CA student. Then I’ll get back to studying. My aim in life is to start my own chain business and be a part of the “big five” companies in the country.

What advice would you give to future aspirants?

Everyone has their hearts set on a destination and in the race to get there, they forget to look around at the present. My advice to anyone who wishes to pursue anything in life, is that they should focus on the journey and the experience. For CA aspirants, I would advice them to learn everything within the syllabus, keep notes and practice mock tests.

Toppers of CA Intermediate | CA IPCC 2016

CA Intermediate | CA IPCC Toppers

CA Intermediate | CA IPCC Toppers

CA IPCC Toppers Interview:The Chartered Accountants Intermediate Integrated Professional Competence (IPC) examination result was declared recently. The group I pass percentage is 9.18% and group II is 7.06%, while that of those appearing for both is 4.78%. The first rank has been secured by a Pune boy, whereas second and third rankers are two girls from Indore and Thane, respectively.

Tanishq Shrikant Kale from Pune scored 76.14%, while Indore’s Saloni Jindal stood second with 75.43% and Sree Bhavishya Amisagadda from Thane came third with 74.86%.

The total number of candidates that appeared for both groups was 47,979, out of which 8,279 passed only in group I (pass percentage 17.26) and only 46 passed only in group II (pass percentage 0.10). The total number of candidates passing both groups is 2,295.

CA Intermediate | CA IPCC Toppers Interview Nov 2016 (Rekha Suthar)

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CA IPCC Toppers Interview:Speaking on her success, Ms.Rekha has stated that, following ICAI Study Materials and Pratice Manuals have helped here succeed in the CA Intermediate | CA IPCC Exams.

Most important point you should remember while preparing for Taxation is, NEVER READ A BULK OF SYLLABUS IN A SINGLE DAY. Taxation is a tricky subject who should be prepared over a period of time. Don’t finish topics in a single stretch. For that day you may feel like you got that but after a week, everything comes to the starting point. Slow and Steady.

How are you feeling right now?

It is a surprising moment for me and I am extremely happy for it.

How did you hear this news that you are AIR Rank 1 & what was your parents reaction?

I am not the first one to know that i am the topper. I actually came to know about it through my professor. Who called me and shared this. He was very proud. My mom started crying and my father was shocked when they heard this from me. I could see how happy they were. They were extremely happy and hugged me out of joy.

Were you really expecting a rank?

Yes am, because the papers went well and the way I wanted them to be. I was obviously hoping for a rank but really didn’t expect it to be AIR-1.

So, far who inspired you in this journey so far?

CA IPCC Toppers Interview:I have one friend named Karan Wadekar. He is pursuing CA and actuary at the same time. He left B.Com for that. That is something that has always motivated me because both the courses are extremely terrific and tough and he is breezing through them very easily. So, I am really proud of him. We all used to study together so whenever in doubt, we used to clarify it together.

Apart from these, I don’t think that anything is necessary. I was preparing from the beginning itself when the classes started. But, hard-core study started around 5 months ago before the exam. I didn’t actually maintain any time-table. I just kept on studying at that time. I use to study for around 8 to 10 hours a day. I revised the whole syllabus 3 times before the final exams.

I didn’t really do the mock test papers. But, again I would recommend all to go through everything that the institute gives you. Ultimately, they are going to set the paper and check it. So, the students should go through little-bit of all the materials that they can study.

And, what is the most important thing that one should keep in mind during the exams?

CA IPCC Toppers Interview:If you know that you have prepared well, then you are calm but if you haven’t prepared well and see that you can’t answer all the questions then you are obviously going to freak out. If you want to keep calm, you have to prepare – that’s all. My mindset was that if you are solving it for the first time, then you should do it perfectly. There shouldn’t be any doubt.

So, I gave extra time for each sum, instead of keeping some time for checking it later because there was no point in making a mistake now and then checking it later. So, avoid the mistakes wherever you can.

Was there any time when you were stressed out?

Once, I and all my friends were outside the class and we were all depressed like what we are doing. We should be enjoying right now, why studying so much – rather we were there whole day in the class and studying at home.

So, we all were depressed that why we are doing this – but we didn’t have a choice because if you have started something, then you have to finish it.

And during the exams, what importance you gave from fitness – both mental and physical?

It’s really important. If you are physically fit you will be more productive. You should go for regular exercise. One should basically take as much protein as he can. Limit your carbohydrates to your breakfast.

Avoid eating stuffs like cookies and all; and have intake of all the vegetables. Being fit enough increases your productivity and mental strength.

If you are not fit then you obviously have problems and you have to go the doctor. So, in such a situation, one has to face all such issues and waste a lot of time there.

What are your expectations from CA Final?

I am hoping that I can keep this on and retain the title of AIR-1.

How did you achieve this can you share your strategy with us – how did you prepare, what was your time table before and during the exams?

There was not any strategy or schedule involved. I just knew that I had all the modules and practice manuals to read. I have just read them – one / two times. So, just keep reading them till you are sure that you know everything. And then, you read them again.

I have focussed on the practice manuals daily. And I didn’t go through the modules too much but I won’t recommend that to anyone, as the modules are extremely important. You should just go through the modules and the practice manuals;

What are your plans for articleship?

I haven’t decided yet. I am still thinking which firm to join but mostly somewhere in the Big- 4.

Exclusive interview with Aayush Agarwal – All India Rank 2 CA IPC Nov 16

CA IPC Nov 2016 examination results have released and we are once again glad to bring to you the success stories of this year toppers. It surely motivates, guides and inspire everyone!

Meet Aayush Agarwal, All India Rank 2 CA IPC Nov 2016 who hails from Kolkata. Aayush is a confident, diversified and a very balanced student. He likes drawing and sketching, he plays guitar. He gives credit for this success to his teachers, parents and his grandfather specially. Let us find out what her strategy was & how he she achieved this milestone:

How are you feeling right now?

I am feeling amazed, Sir!!

What was your parent’s reaction on hearing the news that you have secured AIR 2 in CA IPC examination?

We were all amazed. We were expecting for a rank but this was something unexpected.

aayush

How important this is  for you?

For me, it was the most important exam that I had ever appeared for, in my life as of yet. Actually I had dropped, like, my examination was due in May but I had appeared in November because my college exam was starting with IPCC exams in May. I am from St. Xavier’s College so I was having semester exam in the morning and IPC exam in the afternoon. So, in order to perform well in the college exams, I had appeared in Nov for IPC. I had excelled well in my college exams as well with highest score – 88.53% to be very precise. After the college exams were over, I had started working hard for IPC again. So, this period was very crucial to me.

Now as you have secured a rank in IPC, do you think that there would be the same pressure in CA Final as well?

Obviously Sir (Smiles) now everyone is calling me and saying me; how can you come second you. You would need to come First. So, the pressure is there.

Do you regret not coming first?

Obviously, I do feel bad about coming second. But the very fact that I could secure a position is itself a very good thing. Because results are always based on luck, hard work was there but the ultimate call is the God’s call. And the fact that my hard work and effort paid off, is the best thing that I could actually feel.

Whom would you like to thank for this achievement who have helped you to attain this success?

If I start naming there are many people who helped and supported me I this journey, but to name a few – my parents obviously. They have supported me throughout the entire 15 months and my grandfather specially. He was always there beside me. He used to sit with me for the entire period 15 days. It was like I am studying and he used to be there sit by my side and see weather I am well or not. He was also going through with a lot of pressure as his health was also a major issue. One more person whom I would like to thank is my guide and mentor and an elder brother – Ranjan baiya; he is the one who always motivates me that I can do it. He always used to push me. He also said to inform him once I receive call from the President. I was not that confident but he was very confident that I would secure either 1st or 2nd rank. Special mention to my grandfather also, who was always there besides me in this entire journey. He used to wake me up early in the morning so that I can concentrate on my studies and prepare well for the exam. He also stayed awake along with me until and unless I finished my studies. So, there has been a constant moral support which I had received from my grandfather. My friends have also supported me who had the firm belief that I could score well in IPC as well.

As you have worked hard for this, so what are your future plans?

The efforts will be twice as the expectations have increased much more now. Of course, I am planning to join a Big-4 Firm but I need to discuss the entire planning with my parents as expectations have increased now. I will see how I can get best out from my articleship along with managing tutions. Now, after securing a second rank, my mission will be to score 1st rank in CA Finals. So, I am working on it and planning the entire thing.

What was the strategy that you followed while studying and what are the important things that one should take in mind while preparing for exams?

First thing is the attitude. There were times when I couldn’t actually study but this is my experience that positive attitude always helps. Like after appearing for my examination, I was like – acha hoga, jo vi hoga acha hoga. So, positive attitude always boosts you up, encourages and teaches you further. That determination that – Yes I can do and the positive attitude is what that took me to this stage. As far as preparation goes we cannot study haphazardly. I have followed a proper plan for study and the best thing that I would like to suggest the other students is that we need to always follow the institute material and the practice manuals provided by the institute and nothing is more important other than that. It is the best study material that I can ever suggest. After studying from those materials, when I sat for my examinations, it was like – the examinations are very easy. So, I have kept in mind – the importance of the study materials.

What was your schedule 6 months before the exams and during the exams?

Actually 6 months before the exams, I used to study as many – one practical subject and two theory subjects. I had Morning College – my classes were from 6 to 10 and after that I was free. So, I used to study 4 subjects a day in a very planned manner. So, this was the schedule which I followed 6 months before the exams and during the exams, the schedule failed out because health issue cropped up. This is also one very important thing that I would like to convey to others that we should take care of our health because if we will not be healthy, we won’t be able to perform well for the exams.

Sir, I feel that I wasn’t able to score a 1st rank because my health was not good during the examination. So that is a very important thing. We should always look after our health and sufficient sleep should be there to remember thing that you have studied. That is what I have experienced during my theory paper. In my theory papers, I actually had written long answers but I couldn’t help it because I was feeling sick. So, we actually do need to take care of our health and keep ourselves calm during the exam day.

How many revisions did you do before the exams for each subject?

The number of revisions that I did was (approx.) 4 to 5.

Can you throw some light on how one can prepare for practical papers?

If you ask me, I have seen some of my friends and other students to mug up the things without knowing the conceptual importance of the practical questions. I have seen some of my friends will just read out the practical problems. You need to actually work on it by yourself to check if you can do it or not. I used to practice everything on pen and paper after my every class.

CA Intermediate | CA IPCC Topper May 2016 Exam

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CA Intermediate | CA IPCC Topper Interview May 2016 Exam

CA Intermediate | CA IPCC Toppers Interview – 1st Rank holder – May 2016 Exam

Tanishq Shrikant Kale – From Pune – First Rank – CA Intermediate | CA IPCC May 2016

ca ipcc topper interview

ca ipcc topper interview

Can you describe your feeling at this moment?

It is a surprising moment for me and I am extremely happy for it.

What were your first reactions when you heard this news that you are AIR Rank 1 & what was your parent’s reaction when they heard the big news?
I wasn’t the first one to know. I actually came to know about it through my professor. Who called me and shared this. He was very proud. My mom started crying and my father was shocked when they heard this from me. I could see how happy they were. They were extremely happy and hugged me out of joy

Were you expecting a rank?
I was hoping for a rank because the papers went well and the way I wanted them to be. I was obviously hoping for a rank but didn’t expect it to be AIR-1.

So, far who inspired / motivated you in this journey so far?
I have one friend named Karan Wadekar. He is pursuing CA and actuary at the same time. He left B.Com for that. That is something that has always motivated me because both the courses are extremely terrific and tough and he is breezing through them very easily. So, I am really proud of him. We all used to study together so whenever in doubt, we used to clarify it together.

What are your expectations from CA Final?
I am hoping that I can keep this on and retain the title of AIR-1.

How did you achieve this can you share your strategy with us – how did you prepare, what was your time table before and during the exams?
There was not any strategy or schedule involved. I just knew that I had all the modules and practice manuals to read. I have just read them – one / two times. So, just keep reading them till you are sure that you know everything. And then, you read them again. I have focussed on the practice manuals daily. And I didn’t go through the modules too much but I won’t recommend that to anyone, as the modules are extremely important. You should just go through the modules and the practice manuals; apart from these, I don’t think that anything is necessary. I was preparing from the beginning itself when the classes started. But, hard-core study started around 5 months ago before the exam. I didn’t actually maintain any time-table. I just kept on studying at that time. I use to study for around 8 to 10 hours a day. I revised the whole syllabus 3 times before the final exams.

I didn’t really do the mock test papers. But, again I would recommend all to go through everything that the institute gives you. Ultimately, they are going to set the paper and check it. So, the students should go through little-bit of all the materials that they can study.

And, what is the most important thing that one should keep in mind during the exams?
If you know that you have prepared well, then you are calm but if you haven’t prepared well and see that you can’t answer all the questions then you are obviously going to freak out. If you want to keep calm, you have to prepare – that’s all. My mindset was that if you are solving it for the first time, then you should do it perfectly. There shouldn’t be any doubt. So, I gave extra time for each sum, instead of keeping some time for checking it later because there was no point in making a mistake now and then checking it later. So, avoid the mistakes wherever you can.
Was there any time when you were stressed out?
Once, I and all my friends were outside the class and we were all depressed like what we are doing. We should be enjoying right now, why studying so much – rather we were there whole day in the class and studying at home. So, we all were depressed that why we are doing this – but we didn’t have a choice because if you have started something, then you have to finish it.
So, your hard-work was worth it!
Ya, now I think that it was worth it.
Apart from studies, what are your other hobbies?
Most of my friends call me as gym-freak – I don’t know. So, I preferred to think myself as a body builder. That’s upto you now, how you label me, that’s not my call !! I like going to the gym, playing outdoor games, listening music etc.And during the last 5 months when you were studying, did you skip gym or continued doing that?
I had to let go off the gym for the last 2 months. I felt horrible for that but there was no option. I used to get so tired and I couldn’t study after that. So, I just started skipping it for those 2 months.And during the exams, what importance you gave from fitness – both mental and physical?
It’s really important. If you are physically fit you will be more productive. You should go for regular exercise. One should basically take as much protein as he can. Limit your carbohydrates to your breakfast. Avoid eating stuffs like cookies and all; and have intake of all the vegetables. Being fit enough increases your productivity and mental strength. If you are not fit then you obviously have problems and you have to go the doctor. So, in such a situation, one has to face all such issues and waste a lot of time there.What are your plans for articleship?
I haven’t decided yet. I am still thinking which firm to join but mostly somewhere in the Big- 4.What would be your message for our members?
I will just like to tell them that never give up because you never know what’s going to happen. You might be the next AIR-1 also if you just keep trying but if you give up, you would never know what you would have been. So, that is the worst part – not knowing. Keep trying and never give up. Have that fighting instinct!!Thanks Tanishq for your time and we wish you all the best for your CA Finals and hope that we will interact again when you score rank in CA Final.
Hopefully, thank you very much!!

CA Intermediate | CA IPCC Topper – 3rd Rank Holder Sree Bhavishya Amisagadda

Thane girl comes third in all-India CA Intermediate | CA IPCC May 2016 exam 

Amisagadda, while speaking to dna, said, “My parents have an engineering background and even my brother is pursuing engineering. But I wanted to become a CA. I chose it as it’s a very challenging profession.”

“This is the second level of CA examination and was my first attempt. I studied at least 10 hours a day and revised twice before the examination; that helped me get this rank.”

Here are many Inspiring IPCC Students who cleared in this May 2016 exam

Indore lad Samkit Jain secures AIR 44 in CA Intermediate | CA IPCC exam

Three students from city were among the top 50 in the All India Ranks of Institute of Chartered Accountants of India (ICAI) results of the integrated professional competence course (IPCC) declared on Tuesday.

While Vidhi Jayswal got 33rd rank, Dhwani Mapara stood at 39th position and Vedant Bodani secured 48th position. Interestingly, both Jayswal and Mapara had topped in city in common proficiency test – the foundation level exam of chartered accountancy (CA).

The overall result of the city in IPCC exam conducted in May this year stood at 4.88 per cent with 25 students clearing the exams in both the groups.

“Though I used to study for 16-17 hours in a day, it was only with the help and motivation from my parents and teachers that I got this result,” said Jayswal.

“Getting into top 50 was a surprise for me as I did not expect to score so high. I wish to continue working hard and get similar results in CA finals,” said Mapara.

Poor fisherman’s son hogs the limelight

J Praveen Paul Joseph

A 24-year-old graduate of Siluvaipatti, a coastal hamlet in Thoothukudi district, T. Anbarasu has hogged the limelight by clearing the Chartered Accountancy (CA) final examinations, the results of which were announced recently.

Feeling so happy and proud to become a Chartered Accountant at a young age, the boy hailing from a poor fisherman family thanked his parents for their support and expressed his gratitude to a faculty member of accounts department, M. Masillamani Ravi, for his guidance.

He was also thankful to Anne Jose J, Chairman, Tuticorin branch of Southern India Regional Council of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India, and its members.

Until he completed higher secondary education, Tamil was his medium of instruction.

Thereafter, he pursued CA and simultaneously completed his graduation through distance education at Madras University, he said here on Wednesday.

He said that the CA final examination was universally recognised as one of the toughest professional examinations.

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The top three All Indian Rank Holders for IIPC are the following:

Pranav Pratik Tulshyan (544 marks)

Pranav Pratik has grabbed first rank in the CA Intermediate | CA IPCC exam. Pranav belongs to the Nepal capital, Kathmandu.

Abhishek Agarwal (539 marks)

Abhishek, the second rank holder said, ”It was very hard to crack the exam. Thorough concepts and sheer hard work helps me to score well in the exam.”

Talking about his family background, Abhishek said that his father is a CA and mother is a housewife. Presently, he is pursuing Bachelor of Commerce (B.Com) Honours from Shri Ram College of Commerce, New Delhi.

Ayushi Goyal (535 marks)

IPCC Topper

The third rank holder said, ”Preparing for the exam involved a lot of effort and hard work. I studied for five and a half months thoroughly. Currently, I’m pursuing Bachelor of Commerce (B.Com) Honours from Indraprastha College for Women, New Delhi. When asked to share some tips for the aspirants, Ayushi said, ”Follow the book and don’t leave any topic behind. Also, follow the institute material as well as the coaching material.”

The exam was conducted in November and all the candidates who have appeared for the same can check the result from the official website, the link for which is icai.nic.in.

You can check Results of CA Intermediate | CA IPCC Nov 2015 Exams and Other Result Updates from Following Link

CA Intermediate | CA IPCC Result November 2016

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IPCC Toppers Interview – November 2015 Third Rank Holder Ayushi Interview

IPCC Topper Interview

 

CA IPC exam results have released and we are once again glad to bring to you their success stories. It surely motivates everyone!

Meet Ayushi who hails from Delhi, All India 3rd rank holder of CA IPC Nov 2015. Ayushi credits her success to her mother and her source of inspiration is her Father. Ayushi is a very hardworking and disciplined girl who loves listening to music and reading books. She is all set and confident for CA final, let us find out what her strategy was & how she has achieved this success:

Hello Ayushi, first of all many congratulations to you!

Thank you Sir!

So, how are you feeling now?

I am feeling really excited and can’t express this in words.

What was your initial reaction when you got to know about your result?

I checked the merit list and was surprised to find that I secured the 3rd rank. It was like “Oh my god! I got third rank.” Initially, I couldn’t believe it but later I checked it thoroughly and was happy to get this rank which I wasn’t expecting at all. I shared this news with my mom and she was equally surprised and happy. I also called my sister who was in her office and informed her about the result. She was also equally shocked (She herself is a CA).

Who guided you in this whole journey and whom would you like to thank?

My father was a very big motivator. He used to motivate me everyday. Even my elder sister is a Chartered Accountant and she guided me throughout this journey. I used to take tips from her and of course I would like to thank all my teachers who helped me in achieving this mark.

Did your sister score rank when she was doing CA?

No, she didn’t. Actually, she appeared for both the groups in IPCC separately, otherwise her score is more than me. She scored equally good rank. Her score was 537. So, if she would have appeared for both the groups together, she would have got a rank. She is very proud of me.

Can you describe your time table and schedule plan with us so that your juniors can get help from you?

I took 15 months. I had appeared for June’14 CPT exams so I had 15 months and I am a college student. I started taking 2-3 classes at a time and during my regular classes’ time, I never used to miss the class and I was very punctual. I was the first one to get into the class, I used to leave when the teacher leaves, I was very attentive and used to listen carefully everything what the teacher was saying and teaching, I always completed my homework and if any teacher is conducting any test I used to take all the tests. Then, during the last 5 and half months, I started self- study. Before that, all the classes were going on so, during that self study time, during the initial 4 months, I studied around 10 to 12 hours a day along with my morning classes and then in the last month, I studied for around 15 to 16 hours. I had undergone 3 complete revisions and one revision for the subject, I wanted to do like – IT and SM and I did the homework as well.

What is the most important thing that one should keep in mind during the exam?

All I can say is – never think something is important and something is not because you never know how the paper comes. I remember in my CAFM paper, there was no question from all those topics which students think were important and all the questions were set from the topic which students thought are less important. So, you can never leave any topic thinking it is important or not. So, all I can say is – never leave any topic, just give it a try and read so that you may know something or the other. And there should be reason learning in CA, there is no rule, learning everything in CA has a reason. You should go through everything that you have studied.

Many a times, students don’t actually focus on the study material. so, what importance will you give to the institutes study material and mock test papers?

Yes, practice manuals are must for every subject. First do what you are doing in the coaching material you have, you should follow the coaching material but after that practice manual and study material for certain subjects if you want. You should always give it a read. There are certain things which are not in the coaching material book. So, all I can say – I had time of practice manual for every subject. It compliments your studies.At least, I had read and was sure that I knew these points. I knew what the institute wants us to read. If I can do it, then it’s not difficult for others too. I had done 2 RTPS – May and November and had also gone through the mock test papers. Everything as a whole needs to be covered.

What tips will you suggest so that the students can write what the examiner wants; as sometimes, they lack in presenting their answers properly?

In our class, we used to write answers with full presentation like- do not leave unnecessary spaces, do not try to fool the examiner, and do not make stories. There is no point in making stories. You don’t even have the time of making stories – the paper is so lengthy, completing the paper and then making stories make no sense and unnecessary cutting should be avoided. Also, there should be appropriate spacing between your answers. You should leave as much space as you want but make your work as beautiful as you can. Also, you can underline the important points and start a fresh question from a fresh page. You should mark properly which question you are doing. Sometimes, people forget to do that. And most importantly divide your three hours properly so that you can attempt all the questions in good and clean handwriting.

So, basically, you should help the examiner in checking your answersheet with ease.

Yes, exactly, you should go with the examiner and not against him, like underlining the answers – the important points, numbering the answers properly, writing all the points and heading clearly and underlining the important lines/points so that they get highlighted.

CA students undergo a lot of pressure, so what should a student do to cope up with that pressure?

One should never be nervous. I used to talk to my parents or used to come out of my room, close my books or just relax. My strategy was that – I had to do this, and relax a bit. Just manage yourself and don’t take too much stress, just do it when you have time. Also properly manage yourself and discipline is very important.

So, you had your whole plan ready with the time table?

Yes, I had a written plan, I had a complete note book for a written plan, day-by-day, like everyday what I have to do.

And if you do that, certainly you are clear where you stand. It actually helps you to cope up with the stress.

Yes. Like, when I started my self-study, day one before starting, I had made a flexible plan. I had some days off in between so that I can manage things. You may never know how the circumstances turn out. So, time-table and written plan had helped me a lot.

What would be your strategy for the articleship?

Right now, I am in college so, I have more than a year for articleship. I want to go into indirect tax and now I am aiming fo Big 4 as well and I am sure I will get there.

You are going to which college?

Indraprastha College, Civil Lines In Delhi.

Apart from studies, what are your hobbies?

I like music. Sometimes, when I used to study, music used to go on. I know it distracts, but for me, I used to listen to music a lot. I read as well, I read a lot.

Once again many congratulations Ayushi, and we wish you all the best for your CA Finals and hope we will be interacting again when you get a rank in CA Finals.!

Thank you very much sir!(Smiles)

IPCC Toppers Interview -May 2015 First Ranker Tanu Garg Interview

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 Can you describe your feeling at this moment?

I am feeling on top of the world (Smiles). I can’t describe it in words.

What were your first reactions when you heard this news that you are AIR Rank 1    & what was your parent’s reaction when they heard the big news? (CA Intermediate | CA IPCC Topper Interview)
I was screaming (smiles) and started crying. My parents were also very happy. Actually, they  didn’t believe initially whether I was telling the truth that I scored 1st rank and confirmed twice. I could see big smile on their face.

And what was that big emotional moment at that time? (CA Intermediate | CA IPCC Topper Interview)
The emotional moment was when my teacher told me that Tanu you did the hard work and your hard work paid off. That was a very proud feeling. I didn’t expect 1st rank and I was very happy

How important this is for you? (CA Intermediate | CA IPCC Topper Interview)
It is very important for me. Actually, I always get rank in academics but never got first rank. So this was my dream and I have always wanted that I should get 1st rank once. I didn’t know that I will get this in IPC only and I feel lucky that I got it.

Now you are heading towards CA Final, so expectations from everyone must be very high? (CA Intermediate | CA IPCC Topper Interview)(CA Intermediate | CA IPCC Topper Interview)
Actually the hopes are very high now; expecting me to continue it but I know it would be a very tough task for me to do that. But I will put all my efforts and hard work to fulfil those hopes.

We are very sure that you would be able to pull that off. So, who guided you in this whole journey, whom you would like to thank?(CA Intermediate | CA IPCC Topper Interview)
My mother, she has done a lot for me. When I used to wake up she used to wake-up at the same time and when I used to sleep she used to sleep at the same time. She is the one who supported me and took care of me all this time.

So how did you achieve this can you share your strategy with us – how did you prepare, what was your time table before and during the exams? (CA Intermediate | CA IPCC Topper Interview)
I have spoken with many students and what I have noticed is that they were all focussing on other refreshers and other authors. But, I only focussed on study materials and practice manual provided by the institute. So, I only focused on study material provided by the institute and I strongly suggest other students that they should follow study material provided by the institute more other than the extra books of refreshers of other authors.My time table was that – I used to wake up at 6 in the morning and continue it till 10 or 11 o’clock at night and for the last one month, I slept for only 4 to 5 hours a day. I revised the whole syllabus more than thrice. For the initial 4 to 5 months I used to study in bits and for the last 4 months (from January to April), I revised the whole syllabus thrice.

As you said that you slept for less hours, so what did you do to cope up with that stress which comes along?(CA Intermediate | CA IPCC Topper Interview)
Actually, my friends are very good. We used to chat on whatsapp for a few minutes and that worked as a good stress buster for me. Small talks and support of your friends give you that much needed break and lighten your mood. One never should go in isolation while studying as that brings more stress I feel.

AIR 2 is also from your city and is your friend. How this happened?(CA Intermediate | CA IPCC Topper Interview)
Actually, we did the coaching from the same institute and our study patterns were quite similar (smiles). We are good friends and we studied together. I am happy for her as well

And what is the most important thing one should keep in mind while attempting the exam and during exams?(CA Intermediate | CA IPCC Topper Interview)
CA papers are very lengthy. So from that initial point only you have to maintain the speed. Also the presentation of the paper is very important. What I have noticed and what my teachers have told me that in CA exams you have to be write very specific and to the point. It’s useless in writing lengthy answers, so one should project only the main keywords while writing one’s answer and it should be to the point and directly addressing the question.What is your strategy for Articleship and CA Final study?(CA Intermediate | CA IPCC Topper Interview)
Actually, I haven’t thought of it yet. I am still grasping it.I am not but will surely register soon.

What would be your message to our members?(CA Intermediate | CA IPCC Topper Interview)
Work hard and your hard work will definitely pay off. Never ever think that you can’t do that or this. Plan your strategy and make sure you execute it well.

IPCC Topper Interview-May 2015  First Ranker Gunjan Garg Interview

Can you describe your feeling at this moment?(CA Intermediate | CA IPCC Topper Interview)
I can’t express my feelings at this moment. I am feeling on top of the world. I am very happy to see my parents proud of me.

What was your first reaction when you heard the news that you are the AIR 2nd rank and what was your parent’s reaction when they heard the big news from you?(CA Intermediate | CA IPCC Topper Interview)
When I heard about it, I couldn’t believe it. I have never expected a second rank. My parents were so happy. They said that you did it and hugged me and blessed me. I could see their dazzling eyes and big smile.

What was the most emotional moment at that time?(CA Intermediate | CA IPCC Topper Interview)
The most emotional moment was when my grandmother hugged me tightly on hearing this news.

AIR 1st rank is also from your city do you know her and if yes, was it competitive? (CA Intermediate | CA IPCC Topper Interview)
No, not at all. In fact, She is my friend and we both studied together. There was no competition. We shared everything study related with each other – Something which I knew, I shared it with everybody, something they knew, they shared it. So, there was no such competitive feeling at all and everyone was very supportive to each other. That competitive feeling never came to our mind and we were good friends.

So, were you expecting a rank? (CA Intermediate | CA IPCC Topper Interview)
Yaa, I was expecting a rank but it wasn’t in top 20.

What did you do to cope up with the pressure which you had? (CA Intermediate | CA IPCC Topper Interview)
Actually, we friends have great bonding so if anyone will feel pressurised the other one will help to redeem that pressure and talk it out. Whenever I felt pressure I use to call my family or friends to speak to them for a while and get guidance. And they used to keep motivating me by saying that you have scored well in CPT you got a 4th rank in CPT so you can do it again and would do fine. So, there was also motivation from my institute. So, it was not so difficult.Also, It’s just that the pressure or the praise from friends kept pushing and encouraging me. It never made me down. I will also keep pushing myself by believing that I can do it. It’s really important to have that faith in yourself. So, feel good and work hard. Pressure and stress would always be there in life and if you stay positive you can handle the stress.

Very True! So, who guided you in this whole journey? Any special mention whom you would like to thank?(CA Intermediate | CA IPCC Topper Interview)
I have 2-3 persons in family whom I would like to thank. First of all, my aunt (My dad’s sister) and my friend Aviral and among teachers- RC Sharma Sir.

Can you share your strategy which you followed before the exam and during the exams? How did you prepare?(CA Intermediate | CA IPCC Topper Interview)

After CPT results, from July till December, we attended some sessions of lectures and I just use to revise the same at home and by December with this bit-by-bit study I completed (say) 30% of the syllabus, I learnt till December for each subject in pieces. Then from January onwards, from January till April, it was tight 14 hours schedule for me, from morning till night and I use to sit for 1 subject at a stretch, use to complete it, then revised it up and then moved to pick on the next subject. This way I did the whole 100% course in 2 months i.e. by Feb end. Then again, I took the full course, revised it up and again 100% revision was done by March end and from one more revision I did in April. And finally the 4th time I revised the whole syllabus before and during the exams.

What is the most important thing that one should keep in mind during the exams?(CA Intermediate | CA IPCC Topper Interview)
The most important thing is the time management because the papers are bit lengthy. You run out of time. The important thing is that when you attempt one question, just check out the time. If it takes half an hour, then it’s ok, if it’s more than half an hour, you should do the next question, keeping in mind that you have to compensate the time because you have 3 hours and you have 6 questions. So, you should see that you give each question, half an hour only. This way you can complete your whole paper with a balanced approach.

What is your strategy for articleship and CA Final?(CA Intermediate | CA IPCC Topper Interview)
I want to do Articleship in a good firm. And I would just try to do well in CA final as well.

I hope that you have big plans to celebrate. What would be your message to your fellow students?(CA Intermediate | CA IPCC Topper Interview)
Work hard and congratulations to those who have cleared and who couldn’t clear to them I would say- Don’t be sad for your failure. Just keep trying. CA gives you unlimited attempts. So, you just don’t stop. Keep moving.

Wonderful! Thanks Gunjan and with these lovely words we conclude this conversation!!
Thank you. Thank you so much !!

CA Intermediate | CA IPCC Toppers Interview-November 2013-Akshay Jain

Akshay Jain IPCC Topper interview is given below.

Akshay Jain – IPCC Topper Interview

Here I have given few parts of the interview with ICAI rank 1 Akshay Jain. This interview was originally taken by CAclubindia Team. We are thankful to them. Some Important part is highlighted below.

What was your first reaction when you got to know that you are the first rank holder?

When I received the call of the President of ICAI and he notified that I secured the 1st rank, I was so happy and was in tears.

How was your parent’s reaction on hearing this news?

They were also very happy. I shared the news at first with my dad and he felt very proud.

Would you would like to thank anyone who have guided / helped you in this achievement?

I was inspired by a Topper’s Video that was shown in the class by our teacher where I saw how a father’s reaction was, to his son’s achievement. This in turn urged me to achieve this success so that one day I can also bring this proud moment in my parent’s lives. My parents were also supportive throughout. It’s also a huge moment for me that I have secured the 1st rank.

Can you share your strategy / time-table with us?

I made a strategy that how much time should be devoted for each subject and then revised those subjects accordingly. Apart from that, I made a schedule- which particular topics I have to go through before each exam. I also practiced some Mock test papers which helped meto know how one should write one’s paper in those 3 hours of examination.

What is your strategy for articleship?

I will try to join in any one of big-4s, especially in Taxation Department in which I am interested.

Apart from studies, what are your other hobbies?

I like watching TV, reading newspapers etc.

When did you decide to pursue CA as your career?

After my 12th standard, I joined for CPT. But, as I had also had joined SRCC so I dropped CPT in the middle but when I saw that many students are opting for CPT in the month of December, I continued the course again.

So, you are a student of the SRCC !! Will you join the upcoming Business Conclave event?

Yes, I would be joining there as a listener.

Any special message that you would like to share with your juniors or CA aspirants?

Don’t panic and study hard.

Akshay, thanks for giving your time to CCI, best wishes for your future and once again many congratulations to you from CCI!!

Thank you!!

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