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Candidates who first failed and then got a Rank in next attempt

Candidates who first failed and then got a Rank in next attempt. Here Below you Will Find out the List of Candidates who first failed and then got a Rank in next attempt. That is Really Impressive.

Candidates who first failed and then got a Rank in next attempt

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[button color=”” size=”” type=”3d” target=”” link=””]Nitin Gupta – Failed in CA Final, May 10 – Rank 1 in CA Final Nov 10[/button]

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(In The Candidates who first failed)

nitin_guptaFrom a business family though, Nitin displayed a very scientific approach towards studies, which actually grabbed my attention. What inspired him to take up the Chartered Accountancy Course are the analytical and technical skills you need to possess to lead a professional career of this esteem.

“I had no coaching at any point of time in my life even for Chartered Accountancy Course. I believe in using analytical skills while studying a subject to have a clearer and thorough understanding. Self-studies can really prove beneficial but undoubtedly its more time consuming. Like for example, if you are doing a chapter yourself it might take you 4-5 hours or even to understand the concept but the same can be done in 1-2 hours with coaching. But there’s nothing to beat your own struggle to understand things.”

[button color=”” size=”” type=”3d” target=”” link=””]Sujoy K. N. – Failed in CA Final, Nov 09 & May 10, Rank 1 in CA Final Nov 10[/button]

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(In The Candidates who first failed)

Sujey KumarFrom a very modest agricultural background and with the determination to achieve what he has aspired for makes him the most inspirational merit holder of November 2010 CA examination. “I had come to Bengaluru from a small town in Karnataka, completed my graduation and then decided to pursue Chartered Accountancy course and do my practical training along with coaching from bengaluru only.

It is not easy to stay away from your family and pursue such rigorous course. As this was my third attempt, after the unsuccessful Mission Nov’09 & May’10, there were times I felt I couldn’t do this anymore. Going through the same books again and again, solving the same problems repeatedly and still not clearing my exams increased my frustration at times.

I needed moral and emotional support every now and then; my family was the only source of it. I couldn’t be there with them but whenever I felt low and uninspired I use to call them up and discuss my problems. My parents were very kind and never pressurized me for anything.” “I took coaching for all the subjects and use to manage my timings with the training so that neither suffered.

Candidates Coaching is not a very necessary aspect I believe but because articleship has to go hand in hand its quite useful if one is acquainted with the subject matter. Study Material, Coaching Notes and Reference Books can surely give a fair idea about the subject matter therefore one need out follow the herd and decide for themselves whether they actually need coaching or not” “Online Coaching could play a vital role in today’s education system especially in Chartered Accountancy Course where students need to attend college as well as practical training.

Best faculties from anywhere in India will be available for students even in remote areas of the country.” “Speaking about Practical Training which is compulsory for CA students, I suggest students to take this very seriously and not go for dummy articleship or any malpractices of such sort.

Only practical training can teach you to inter link different sections and case laws in Legal, Taxation matters. A thorough insight on taxation, legal and audit matters can be acquired with the practical training.

[button color=”” size=”” type=”3d” target=”” link=””]Sonia Rakheja – Failed in CA Final, Nov 09 & May 10, Rank in CA Final Nov 10 [/button]

(In The Candidates who first failed)

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[button color=”” size=”” type=”3d” target=”” link=””]Archit Shah – Failed in CA Final, Nov 09, Rank 3 in CA Final May 10[/button]

(In The Candidates who first failed)

archit shahHis name is Archit Atul bai shah from Ahmadabad.  Secured All India 3rd rank in CA final exam conducted at may 2010. He was failed more than 5 subjects during November 2009 exam.  The result percentage of Old course was 3.45 % during may 2010 for old course. From Ahmadabad 628 students were appeared for CA final (Old) Course and only 42 students were cleared.

 

[button color=”” size=”” type=”3d” target=”” link=””]Gaurav Gupta – Failed in CA PE II May 08, Rank 18 in CA PE II Nov 08[/button]

(In The Candidates who first failed)

gaurav guptaA Chartered Accountant with 2+ years of post qualification experience in Finance & Accounts,Financial Reporting, Planning & Analysis Result oriented professional with established capability of developing and implementing operational procedures for business excellence. A strong communicator who has a keen sense of fun, as well as the talent and drive to be the best. Gaurav has an good understanding of the latest accounting and financial concepts and possesses the ability to deal with ambiguity and changing business requirements. He is someone who will always provide the required level of leadership and guidance needed to ensure that best practice is always followed. His greatest strengths are his ability to meet all financial reporting deadlines and to ensure the highest levels of financial integrity in any management reporting.

 

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