• In CA entrance 11 students from Ahmedabad among top 50 in India
     August 9th, 2012     Kunal     Posted in Education In Gujarat, Gujarat in News

    Eleven students from Ahmedabad have found a place in the top 50 who have cleared the Integrated Professional Competence Course (IPCC) examination, the result for which was declared on Tuesday. The IPCC exam is the gateway to the Chartered Accountancy.

    Jagravi Shah bagged get third position in the exam that was conducted at an all-India level. She said that there are seven CAs in her family. “I had never imagined that I would get such a high rank. I just followed the rule that you must practice a lot. I will try to get a good rank in the CA finals also,” she said.

    Ahmedabad’s IPCC result has been 26.71 per cent this year. The national result is 19.39 per cent. President of Ahmedabad chapter of the Chartered Accountants’ Association Nauttam Vakil said,” We have had a good result this time. Ahmdabad has emerged as a hub of CAs.”

    Utsav Sanghvi, who obtained rank 18 at the national level, said, “I want to become an IAS as my father is an executive magistrate in Bhavnagar. Since there is time before I can appear for the IAS preliminary exam, I have decided to complete my CA meanwhile.”

    In 2011, a city girl had figured among top ten in the national CA examination. A total of five students from Ahmedabad were among the top 50 in the final exams. The topper from city was Nisha Khanchandani who made it to the top 10 ranker’s list in the country in the All India Chartered Accountancy (CA) results.

    Nisha stood ninth in the country. In 2011 Ahmedabad candidates had posted a result of 23.19 percent in the CA final exams of the new course held in May 2011. The all-India result was 28.67 per cent.