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Interview Of CA Final Rank Holder 3 Of May/June 2014 Exams - Harsha C. Bhattad

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Harsha C. Bhattad
Pune Third Rank - CA Final May/June 2014
 
Q. How does it feel to be at the top?
Ans. It feels as if all the efforts, hard work, patience have been worth it! One of the best moments in life was when I saw the happiness and proud feeling on my parents’ sister’s family and friends’ faces.
Q. According to you, what are  the intrinsic and external factors contributing to your outstanding May/June 2014 success in the final exam.
Ans. Sister’s guidance, parents’ support, hard and smart work, professors’ and colleagues’ encouragement, dedication and determination in appropriate proportions!
Q. What strategy/study plan did you follow while preparing for the exam? 
Ans. I studied for 10 to 12 hrs for 3 months and around 15  hrs during the last 2 months. However, I did not study at all before this! So, I believe in work hard, party harder!
Q. How have been the inputs provided by the Institute contributed to your  success in the examinations?
Ans. ICAI Study material, practice manuals, test series, amendments, case laws helped a lot. They were fantastic!
Q. What are your aspirations for the future? Do you have any specific career choice?
Ans. I want to get corporate experience for some years then opt for further education and eventually carve out many great empires making all my CA fraternity, friends and family feel proud of me!
Q. Do you think the Chartered Accountancy Course is the gateway to achieving professional excellence?
Ans. Yes definitely!
Q. How would you motivate the youngsters joining this course?
Ans. Mugging up will take you nowhere in CA. You have to take it logically and conceptually. You are not supposed to be bookworms and socially shy. If you know what you are doing, nothing can stop you from getting what you want!   
 


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Interview Of CA Final Rank Holder 2 Of May/June 2014 Exams - Kunal Jethani

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Interview Of CA Final Rank Holder 1 Of May/June 2014 Exams - Sanjay Nawandhar

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Kunal Jethani
Jodhpur Second Rank - CA Final May/June 2014
 
Q. How does it feel to be at the top?
Ans. Wow…..it feels great ……to be part of Chartered Accountancy profession. And when it came with AIR-2 it was just icing on the cake. President of ICAI, Director BOS and all other dignitaries congratulating me personally made my success all the more special and memorable.
Q. May/June 2014 Q. According to you, what are the intrinsic and external factors contributing to your outstanding success in the final exam
Ans. There can not be an exhaustive list of such factors. But surely patience and firm determination are the key pillars to achieve heights in any sphere. Among external factors, on one hand getting well versed with topics, sincere articleship for practical experience and on other hand, keeping in line with amendments help. So, basically it requires mix of both smart and hard-work. And not to forget, I believe along with my hard-work it is blessings of family, friends and all others that has added to it.
Q. What strategy/study plan did you follow while preparing for the exam
Ans. Strategy was to keep it simple. One or two subjects at a time and understanding basics before getting into technicalities of topic is crucial to be in touch of that subject for long-term. Keep in mind that Presentation skills and terminology are as important as theoretical knowledge of subject.
Q. How have been the inputs provided by the Institute contributed to your success in the examinations?
Ans. Definitely, most important factors in my CA final success are publications from Institute, be it practice manual, study material, RTP, book on case laws, journal and all other such informational articles. These go a long way in bridging gap between student’s knowledge of subject and Institute’s expectation regarding level of preparation and manner of presentation. And practical exposure to real business scenario’s provided under articleship is key to refine our theoretical knowledge.
Q. What are your aspirations for the future?  Do you have any specific career choice?
Ans. The feeling of becoming member of this fraternity is overwhelming and its taking time to get used to be called “CHARTERED ACCOUNTANT’. There isn’t any specific choice at this moment, because there is much to learn from experts, but surely aspiring to serve industry for coming years and keeping pride and dignity of profession ever so high.
Q. Do you think the Chartered Accountancy Course is the gateway to achieving professional excellence?
Ans. Surely yes, PM Mr. Narendra Modi, a great visionary while addressing members on CA day, highlighted the fact that , Chartered Accountants have a great role to play in economic progress of this country. Truly, diverse knowledge that a student acquires during his chartered accountancy course surely goes a long way in building up a strong base for a promising professional career ahead. After completing CA Course, several avenues open up for a Chartered Accountant- be it in finance sector, taxes, accounting and auditing and the list goes on.
Q. How would you motivate the youngsters joining this course?
Ans. Beginners need to firstly love and respect this profession. It is surely one of the toughest courses but they must understand and complement the fact that it is for the same reason, a Chartered Accountant commands the level of respect in society that he actually does. “what’s worth having, is worth fighting INTERVIEW for.” Enjoy 4-5 years of student life under Institute and at the same time, realize importance of this period in laying the foundation of your professional career. All the best to all upcoming members of profession!!!!
 


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