Published On : Tue, Apr 16th, 2019

Need to focus on goals: Julfesh Shah to CA students

Nagpur: Examinations are formidable even for the best prepared and hence one should be dedicated and focused on studies and clear the examination with flying colours remarked CA Julfesh Shah, Member of Committee on Management Accounting ,ICAI, New Delhi. He was addressing the CA students during the inauguration of revisionary classes organised by Nagpur Branch of WICASA.

He said that when one’s ambitions are taller than the mountains and commitments are deeper than the sea, any target is certain to be achieved. The revisionary classes prior to the exams are very helpful for the students to clear their doubts and update themselves, which increases the probability of a positive outcome. He appreciated the efforts of Nagpur branch of WICASA and Nagpur branch of WIRC for organising the revisionary classes for the benefit of the students.

WICASA Chairman Sanjay M Agrawal in his welcome speech said that WICASA Nagpur always organises programmes which are beneficial to the students.

Faculties of national repute like CFA Sanjay Saraf (Kolkata), Sarthak Jain (Indore), Abhishek Bansal (Mumbai), Sanidhya Saraf (Guwahati), Rajkumar (Delhi), Bhanwar Borana (Mumbai) and CA Sankalp Kanstiya (Mumbai) will be visiting the institute and guide the students in subjects including strategic financial management, financial reporting, corporate and allied law, auditing & ethics, indirect tax law, direct tax law & international taxation and strategic cost management.

Besides, faculties in the Nagpur including Tejas Suchak, Shashank Sharma, Rupam Bardia, Ayaz Sayani, Avanti Jain, Zubair Khan and Pavan Gahukar will be addressing students of CA-IPCC &CA – INTER on accounting, corporate & other laws, costing, taxation, advanced accounting & strategic management.

Chairman of Nagpur branch Suren Duragkar said under the guidance of Nagpur branch, WICASA Nagpur is organising various programmes and trying to involve maximum number of students.

Regional Council Member Abhijit Kelkar said such classes are useful for gaining valuable knowledge and clearing the doubts which makes the fundamentals strong.

WICASA Joint Secretary Riddhi Kothari introduced the guests, Vice Chairman Ayush Gupta conducted the programme while Secretary Aditi Pacheriwala proposed a vote of thanks. Prominently present were Sanjay Saraf, Kolkata, Manish Jain, Sweety Jain, Krunal Dhabale, Ayushi Agrawal, Vaidik Sakoniya and large number of CA students.