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City girl Roshni Khanwani ranked 18th in the country in the chartered accountancy (CA) final examination. Three students from the city ranked in the top 50. Kunal Bindra secured 23rd rank while Archit Singhla ranked 29th. The results were declared on Thursday, 19th July. Ahmedabad students posted 15.45 per cent result in the CA finals. In the CA final result declared in January this year, the result was 35.36 per cent which was highest in the past three years. In 2011, the final CA result was 20.51 per cent.
Officials said that the decline in the result was due to the fact that students from the city did not pay attention to article ship and channelized all their energy towards the written exam. Practical knowledge would help the students gain more knowledge about the subject and help them post a consistently good result, said Jainam Vakil, president of the Ahmedabad chapter of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India (ICAI). Roshni who ranked 18th, said it was a pleasant surprise.
I had given my best in the exams as I was clear about my goal. I had scored over 80 per cent in HSC and after that I did my B.Com as an external student. I focused all my time and energy on preparing for the CA exams and the effort paid off, said Roshni. In common proficiency test (CPT), an entry level CA test, the result was 44.44 per cent, up from the 35.33 per cent declared in January. Shruti Agarwal topped the city in CPT while Anand Varsani ranked second. They ranked fifth and ninth in the country respectively.
What went wrong: Students who have failed in the CA final exams can submit their application and pay Rs. 500 within 70 days to take a look at their answer sheets. CPT students who have failed will have to pay Rs. 200 to view their answer sheets.
Courtesy: Times of India
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