I know I have been away from blogosphere for a long time. But I really couldn’t do anything about it- the year 2014 started with a BANG-so many new things were happening at the same time, it took me a while to adjust to the changes and get away.
Anyways, first things first- the results of the Common Proficiency Test which I had appeared in were declared on 15 Jan and I have scored 87% which is the highest in not just my city, but also my state, Jharkhand. For all those who don’t know about CPT, it is an objective type entrance level exam conducted by the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India. Now that I have qualified it, I have now registered for the first part of the Chartered Accountancy curriculum- Integrated Professional Competence Course, where a student has to study seven subjects- Accountancy, Auditing, law, Taxation, Financial Management, Information Technology, Cost Accounting- in fact these seven papers are divided into even further small subjects, so appearing for all these in this November itself is going to be a Herculean task; nonetheless it will enhance my knowledge to a very great extent. Well don’t be surprised if I come up with interesting tidbits from the field of taxation and law in my blog!
Well an awesome achievement is incomplete without an awesome celebration. So I visited the newly opened outlet of KFC in Jamshedpur. The customer service was really disappointing so the experience was really so-so.
Then all the students and faculty of our coaching institute, Jain Classes went for a picnic on 19 January to Hotel Citi Inn. Though the scorching heat was unbearable and spoiled our mood to some extent, it was a great experience where we met many other students pursuing different courses in our institute, made new friends and played so many interesting games!
Valentines’ week has arrived and sadly nothing has changed for me this year too L But then, I am not feeling bad about it because no one around me has received any roses or proposals yet! That’s the thing about CA students- Valentines’ week is just like any other week for them.
My friend Shubham has his birthday on 10th February. So I am wishing him here on my blog itself, in case I forget it in the hustle bustle of my super busy schedule of studying and studying all the time So, Happy Birthday Sethi!! May you get all that you wish for!!
Okay enough for now, I’ll now go study. But don’t worry, I’ll be back soon!
Happy Valentines’ Day! May your V-Day not be as plain and boring as mine!!