As the final results of Chartered Accountant exams are out, six students from different quarters of the state made it to the top 50, including the national topper Nirmal Jain.
Jain, a Hindi medium student, has turned out to be a source of inspiration for others as he stood first though he appeared in English medium. "Success comes with passion. I worked hard to overcome my weak points steadily," said Jain, who has decided to fight for the civil services exam.
Even the girls of Rajasthan were not far behind. Srena Anchaliya from Jodhpur has stood 8th in all India merit and 2nd in the state. "It seems like a dream to me as I have never expected such a wonderful result," said Anchaliya. She has always been a meritorious students and never scored below distinction marks in accounts.
This year, the state produced better results than previous years due to the rise in number of students and coaching institutes.
Pawan Parashar, a member of Regional Committee, ICAI, said: "State students have proved that they are not behind anyone when it comes to exams like CA. The pass percentage of state students is far better than other states and above the the national average."
The pass percentage of state students is 10% in both categories whereas, the national average in 3.46% in CA (old scheme)) and 6.56% in CA (new scheme). In the final exam, every student has to appear in two exams -- Group1 and Group II. "A student is considered to have become a CA only when he/she clears both the exams. If any student failed in either of the two exam, he can re-appear in the same next time," added Parashar.
He informed that from Jaipur centre, out of 724 students appeared in CA old scheme, 87 students cleared either one of the two groups. In a similar manner, out of 273 appeared in CA new scheme, 27 passed in either of the two groups. This students will re-appear in the exam to claim CA. Vikas Panjwani of Jaipur stood 43 and Kuldeep Kothari of Sujangarh and Harshita Maheswari of Jaipur bagged 50 position in the merit list.