CA Final Rank 2 studied 18 hours daily
CA Final Rank 2 studied 18 hours daily : Pooja Pareek CA Final Nov 2014 , a 21-year-old from Ramnagar, came 2nd in CA Final Nov 2014 Results announced on 19th Jan. She secured 556 Marks while Vijender Agarwal who came 1st secured 558 Marks.
On seeing the Result, Pooja Pareek was highly elated and she said, “I did not expect I would secure a rank in the first 50, let alone the second rank. In fact, while preparing for the exam my entire focus was on understanding the subjects instead of getting a rank.”
Talking about her preparation for the exam, she said, “I studied for 18 hours a day. But I would take frequent breaks and watch comedy shows to relieve stress.
Pooja dreams of becoming an entrepreneur. This is the stepping stone to me realising my dream of becoming a businesswoman.
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Born with cerebral palsy, but cleared CA
Ajit Shekhawat was born with cerebral palsy and underwent treatment for two years at a Mumbai hospital at the age of five. His treatment continued in Gandhinagar later on and Ajit continued his studies and completed his graduation in commerce from Gandhinagar. He then started preparing for his CA examination at home and cleared it.
Confined to Wheel chair, but passed CA
Neha Bansali was confined to the wheel chair when she hurt her spine. Neha Bansali shares her experiences in her own words.
“I was born in Delhi and grew up there. I belong to a middle class family. I have a younger brother and a younger sister. When I was playing with my friends my spine received a minor injury. But because of infection the entire spine got affected. As a result I could not sit up and got confined to the wheel chair. Except my right hand I could not move any part of my body. I had to depend on others to attend to the daily ablutions. I wanted to commit suicide. The support given by my father and mother, my sister and brother kept me up, I took the +2 exam. I scored 92% in the exams. This achievement gave me confidence and encouragement. I took the chartered accountant’s final exam and stood tenth in the national ranking “
This success made me live and I grew up from then on. I, who was confined always to the wheel chair with ability to move only one hand, developed a great urge to achieve something notable. I could secure a job as a chartered accountant in a firm and became the chief accountant.”