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You Can Be a Successful Chartered Accountant No Matter How Many Attempts It Takes to Clear the Exams

Author Name: Ajinkya Potdar | Format: Hardcover | Genre : Literature & Fiction | Other Details

“The Book offers invaluable lessons to the young and growing tribe of aspiring Chartered Accountants; It traverses despair, broken confidence to instant change in emotions and confidence, and ultimately an achievement and motivation, which makes failure at examinations a non-event.” - CA Shailesh Haribhakti

“Ajinkya has done a wonderful job of addressing key doubts in the minds of aspiring Chartered Accountants through the example of a fictitious story of CA Krishna Kumar. The unique tale of a firm which only hires CAs who have taken multiple attempts to clear their exams is very thought provoking. I have enjoyed and found myself inspired after reading the book, and would definitely recommend any CA student to thoroughly go through this book” - CA T.P. Ostwal

Is it necessary to clear the CA examinations in the first attempt and possibly also secure a rank to make a name as a reputed and in-demand chartered accountant?

Is it necessary to complete Articleship only from a large and reputed firm to succeed in charted accountancy as a career?

You Can Be a Successful Charted Accountant addresses, through the example of Mr. Krishna Kumar, such common questions and doubts that concern any aspiring Chartered Accountant to encourage, motivate and celebrate his decision of becoming a Chartered Accountant!

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Ajinkya Potdar

Ajinkya Potdar is a Chartered Accountant and Law Graduate, holding B.L.S and L.L.B degrees from Mumbai University. After seeing the rigor of the Chartered Accountancy Course first hand, he felt that students who clear the exam after multiple attempts should be celebrated equally as those who clear in the first attempt, for it shows their determination and never-give-up attitude.

While preparing for his Chartered Accountancy Final exams, he decided to enroll at a nearby school for the visually impaired to teach English to students of standard 7 and 8. He developed his methods of teaching English to suit the needs of students. Inspired by the experience, he went on to form “Wednesday Foundation” – a registered public charitable trust for the visually impaired and physically challenged. The trust was named so, as his lectures were usually scheduled on Wednesdays.

He has authored another book, The Summer I Learnt to See, which captures his experiences of teaching English to visually impaired students.

He has decided that the profits from the sale of both his books will go to the Wednesday Foundation and hopes the books inspire people to take a step towards contributing to the society.

Email the author at “ajinkya@wednesday.foundation

Please log onto "www.wednesday.foundation" for details.

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