21-year-old Surat lad becomes India's youngest to clear CA, CS, CMA

Till now Sarthak Ahuja and Pallavi Sachdeva, both of Delhi, were the youngest to complete CA, CS and CMA at the age of 23.

Published: 27th August 2017 10:49 AM  |   Last Updated: 27th August 2017 10:49 AM   |  A+A-

After passing 12th standard, Jhawar started his higher studies with CA at the age of 15. (ANI)

By ANI

SURAT (GUJARAT): Surat's Aditya Jhawar has achieved all the three professional qualifications Chartered Accountancy (CA), Company Secretary (CS) and Company Secretary (CMA) at the age of 21, to become India's youngest to complete all the three professional qualifications.
 
Till now Sarthak Ahuja and Pallavi Sachdeva, both of Delhi, were the youngest to complete CA, CS and CMA at the age of 23.
 
But now with the passing of his CMA Final examination, results of which were declared day before yesterday, Jhawar has surpassed them and set the milestone of achieving this rare feat.
 
After passing 12th standard, Jhawar started his higher studies with CA at the age of 15 and passed all its examination.
 
He also started CS with it and qualified CS too along with CA. He then pursued CMA and qualified that too.
 
Jhawar was trained by Surat's CA Ravi Chhawchharia. He pursued Bachelor of Commerce from Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU) and is awaiting its final results.
 
Jhawar 's father Mahesh Jhawar, a textile trader, had also cleared the second stage of CA but couldn't continue with CA final due to involvement in family business. Jhawar's mother is a school teacher from last 25 years. 

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