He defeated the top 8 candidates in the CA final with a score of 141 out of 80,000 (..755%) marks. His brother got 568. “Our company is unique,” the siblings laughed as they celebrated their victory.
“Proud of you two! Best wishes for future endeavors,” tweeted Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan.
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Siblings have a habit of being toppers. Together. Alumni of Victor Convent School, they topped the Morena district jointly in 12th grade in 2017, getting 94.5%.
How did they end up boarding together in two years? “I skipped two classes as a child and we were classmates from class 2,” Nandini said.
They said there was sibling support instead of competition. “Actually, my brother played a very important role in my success,” Nandini told TOI.
“I got bad marks in my mock test. It was very demotivating. I used to get frustrated and wonder how I would succeed in the real test if I did so badly in the mock test. My brother’s support worked like magic. He always encourages me to practice and not to worry about mock test results, ”said Nandini.
Sachin said that Nandini always worked hard at school and later. “He inspired me. Seeing him, I began to concentrate on my studies. He must be credited for encouraging me.”
“We are a force together,” they laughed.
“My brother and I will put our heads together to deal with difficult problems. We helped each other, ”said Nandini. “Cracking CA was my mother’s dream. I’m glad we did it in style, “said Sachin.
Their father Naresh Chandra Gupta is a tax practitioner, and mother Dimple Gupta is a housewife.
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