Both students of Victor Convent School in Morena district of Madhya Pradesh prepare for the IPCC (Integrated Professional Competency Course) and CA (Chartered Accountants) finals together.
“Our strategy was simple – we support each other but we criticize more. When we solve a questionnaire, he tests my answer and I test it. There were times when I lost hope but my brother told me that. Helped throughout the episode, ”said Nandini, who dropped out of two classes and studied in the same grade as her brother. She passed 12th grade in 2017 and is currently doing her articleship from PwC (Price Waterhouse Coopers). He got AIR 31 in IPCC exam.
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Admitting that like other siblings in the world, they fought occasionally, Sachin said, “But it only lasted for a while and we got back to normal.”
Praising her sister, she said, “I would have been happy to get a 70 percent mark because I didn’t have high expectations but I knew Nandini would do a great job. Counselor.”
Sachin is continuing his articleship from Gurugram-based firm, One Point Advisors.
Both of them advised the examinees to follow the ICAI study material and said, “It has worked really well for them”.
Highlighting a major problem faced by female candidates due to gender, Nandini said, “Girls do not get a chance to prove themselves as compared to boys. If they cannot pass a competitive exam in one or two attempts, they are asked to give it up, although boys The same is not true of the case. ”
The teenager added, “I am very lucky to have found very supportive parents, but all parents should help their children to follow their dreams, whether they are boys or girls.”
Their father is a tax consultant and their mother is a housewife.
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