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Jamshedpur boy Raj aces CA final exam in second attempt, scores 421 marks


Jamshedpur, July 15: There is a general opinion that it is very difficult to pass Chartered Accountancy (C.A.) examination conducted by the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India. When the results of the Chartered Accountant (CA) final examinations were announced on Friday morning, Raj Agarwal, a resident of Parsudih was full of action as he had cleared the CA final exam in his second attempt scoring 421/800 marks.

Son of a private firm employee, Raj drew inspiration from her sister Nisha Agarwal who is also a Chartered Accountant and is working with Bank of India.

“I had set my eyes on doing CA when I was in class 11 as I was good in accounts subject and after completing my class 12 from Narbheram Hansraj English School in the year 2016 I pursued B.Com from Jai Hind College, Mumbai and later I appeared for the CPT exam and consecutively took the IPCC exam,” said Raj.

Talking to The Avenue Mail, Raj stated, “I cleared the CA Final second group in January and later appeared for the first group in May 2022 and now I can proudly say that I am a Chartered Accountant.”

Talking about the future course of action, Raj informed, “First I want to go for the job and pursue more finance courses and after taking experience I wish to open my own firm.”     

Raj’s father Shyam Sunder Agarwal is working with a private firm while his mother is a housewife.  

Apart from studies Raj is also good at cricket and has played in B Division.   

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