The Institute Of Company Secretaries Of India (ICSI) announced its results of the entrance examination held for its foundation program on Wednesday June 29, 2016. The entrance exam for the Company Secretary course was organised by way of online means.
Toppers from Jaipur:
Toppers from the Jaipur city have marked their names on the CS result 2016 list.
13 students from the city of Jaipur have scored ranks on the top 25 list of rankers.
Ratio of men and women in rankers: The ratio for male to female in the result is 9:4.
Girls bagging ranks: It is obvious and a matter of pride for the city that Jaipur city girls have secured a safe position and have taken the weightage of the results on their side.
Company Secretary - Jaipur Chapter has given out successful results for a percentage of 64.9. On collecting information from the CS institute, it has been found out that a rise of 10% has been observed in case of positive results for the exam.
City girls’ toppers: Girls namely Deepa Asrani and Disha Khandelwal from the Pink City have secured an All India Rank (AIR) at the fifth position.
Other rankers along with their ranks scored who belong to the Jaipur City have been listed below:
Jalaj Gurjar and Sakshi Jain
Disha Gupta and Deepak Pareek
Siddhi Mehta and Aishwarya Bhargava
Looking ahead to corporate law:
Majority of the students on the merit list for the CS exam are wishing to pursue a future in corporate law.
Rankers and their profiles:
Disha Khandelwal, a resident in the Jhotwara area of the Jaipur city who has secured a rank at the 5th position expressed that she is also pursuing a career in law.
A combination of Company Secretary (CS) course with a degree in law is a wise career choice to make as she says.
Disha revealed her success mantra and stated that theory, learning and reading from competitive books and practising accounts on a regular basis was her key to success.
Disha’s father Mr. Sanjay Khandelwal is a businessman and her mother Mrs. Ranjana Khandelwal is a housewife.
Aakanksha Agarwal, a ranker on the 13th position is a resident in Govind Nagar in the city of Jaipur.
Her career plan speak of pursuing the Company Secretary course (CS) with Bachelors of Commerce (B.Com).
She wishes to pursue corporate law. Her success mantras speak of solving numerous model test papers.
Coupled with test papers is planning which is mandatory to be done before sitting down to study because the course is wide and the institute provides no gaps in between on account of preparatory leaves for the examination of every subject.
Aakanksha’s parents are namely Mr. Satish Agarwal and Mrs. Kiran Agarwal, where her father is a businessman and her mother is a housewife.
Rank scorer on the 23rd position is Disha Gupta who yet again wished to choose corporate law as her line for the career path.
Ashok Gupta her father is a businessman and Mrs. Ritu Gupta her mother is a housewife.
Ranker on the 21st position Jalaj Gurjar, he resides in the village Mundiya Ramsar and stated that his father Mr. Ramlal drives a cab. His mother Mrs. Anju Gurjar is a housewife.
Jalaj wished to pursue the Company Secretary course and hence is pursuing his bachelors degree, Bachelors of Commerce (B.Com) privately.
Jalaj wishes to be a lawyer in the top polished category for corporate law. Yet again, he also like other aspiring rankers will pursue law along with the Company Secretary course.
Jalaj expressed that he has not been a student to prepare a timetable to study according to it, but had laid down a timeline and went in accordance with it studied accordingly and achieved success.
Jalaj also attempted numerous online mock test papers and solved the scanners of the CS course.
Quick details about the CS result:
Positive result - 64.9% of the Jaipur Chapter of ICSI.
Positive result - 67.97% in the country for the ICSI exam.
Last year in December, the result for successful candidates was 54.3%
A total of 14727 candidates appeared for the CS Foundation exam from the country.
9716 candidate out of the 14727 who sat for the exam successfully cleared the exam.
377 students sat for the CS Foundation entrance exam from the Jaipur city.
245 students out of the 377 who sat for the exam successfully cleared the exam.
The Kumbh of Literature, Zee Jaipur Literature Festival, after hosting more than 300 speakers and 2500 delegates from across the word in its 10th edition in Jaipur this January, is returning to London at The British Library, to celebrate the word.