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Sister-Brother Duo tops the CA final examination 2021

The limelight was on a Sister-Brother Duo from Madhya Pradesh when the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India (ICAI) declared the results of the CA exams conducted earlier this year.  Nineteen-year-old Nandini Agarwal has topped the CA examinations with 614 marks secured out of the total 800 marks. Her brother, 21-year-old Sachin Agarwal, was not far behind, securing an All India Rank of 18.


"We have done our schooling and prepared for the IPCC and CA final examinations together. Our strategy has been simple - we support each other, but we critique even more. We cross-check our answers for every question that we attempt. There have been moments when I lost hope, but my brother's support got me back on track," said Nandini, mesmerized by her achievement.


The exams (Old and New courses) were conducted between 5th to 9th July 2021 and attended by 1,29,745 aspirants (Old-46,139 and New-83,606) across 1210 centres (Old-526 and New-684) worldwide.


The results suggested that girls had narrowly outperformed the boys with a higher pass percentage of 27.26% compared to the 11.97% of the latter. It is interesting to draw out that 11.97% of candidates have passed the exam under the new course compared to a mere 1.57% under the old one.


Ruth Clare Dsilva has secured AIR 1 in the old course, followed by Malavika R Krishnan in the 2nd position.


The results and the toppers' list are available on the following websites-


icaiexam.icai.org


caresults.icai.org


 


icai.nic.in


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