Chartered Accountancy (CA) is one of the most promising, popular and perplexing professional courses. It requires an integration of intelligence, hard work and continuous dedication with non-stop efforts. Many aspirants relinquish this challenging journey and replace their dreams with some other career options.
However, there are some highly-motivated aspirants who overcame every improbability to clear CA. Their success stories are a motivation for others which evidences that success can yet be achieved after many failures and challenges.
Here are five CAs who proved that diligence and optimism can open avenues of success for you, regardless of the challenges you come across.
Kailash Narayan Purohit of Jodhpur left no stone unturned for clearing the CA exam and after 32 attempts over 20 years, he finally cracked the CA Final examination in November 2010. He is a truly dedicated person and he realized that perseverance is an ad hoc for success, and this is the reason that failures could not stop him.
Sumit Dawar’s engraved truly inspiring steps of CA journey. After clearing entry-level CPT and second-level IPCC exams in the first attempt, Dawar qualified the CA Final exams, after eight attempts, in 2014.
CA Sujay KN has achieved a milestone that is inspiring for all CA aspirants. After the dual unsuccessful attempts in CA Final in November 2009 and May 2010, CA Sujay KN not only cracked the final exam in November 2010 but bagged the top position in CA final, nailing AIR-1.
The journey of CA Rajasekhar, India’s first visually-challenged Chartered Accountant, is an epitome of the old saying “ Nothing is Impossible”.
After losing vision because of optic nerve damage caused by a brain tumour at the age of 11, he continued his education and prepared for CA exams with the help of books recorded into an audio format by his teachers and volunteers. In 2013, he successfully cracked CA finals and set an example for others to follow.
CA Chirag Chauhan was en route of CA journey when Mumbai serial train blasts happened in 2006 when his spinal cord was damaged in the blast, due to which he got dependent on the wheelchair. At the age of just 18, he lost his father.
Despite physical & emotional challenges and family responsibilities, he endured his CA journey with dedication & hope and successfully cracked CA final in 2008.