Delhi University's 23-year-old student becomes Charter Accountant, Cost Accountant, Company Secretary
April, 08th 2013
A 23-year-old Delhi University student, who wanted to make it big in the finance field, has qualified as chartered accountant, cost accountant and company secretary. By achieving this feat, the young girl has apparently become the youngest person to succeed in all three professional courses in the field of accounting.
Pallavi Sachdeva, who has completed her graduation from Delhi University, holds ICICI Bank chief Chanda Kochhar as her role model. She also has fulfilled her dream of working with an international finance market giant as she has been appointed by Barclays Plc.
Replying to the question that how tough it was to complete all three courses at such a young age, she said, "After understanding the subject, it doesn't remain difficult."
Sachdeva has completed her CA, CWA and CS courses from The Institute of Chartered Accountants of India (ICAI) in New Delhi, The Institute of Cost Accountants of India (ICAI) in Kolkata and The Institute of Company Secretaries of India (ICSI) in New Delhi respectively.
Speaking to the sources over the phone, Sachdeva said she always believe that good understanding with a subject makes things easier. Mugging up the things never helps in this case. She also said that she has a clear vision towards her dreams. From next month she is going to join Indian operations of UK-based global banking big shot Barclays.
"It was my dream to work with an international finance company that I have achieved already. I received a job offer from Barclays Plc," said Sachdeva. The bright student is currently working with a pharmaceutical firm which is based in Noida. She is also associated with company's IPO plans.