syllabus: Gujarat: At 40, mother of two bags AIR 4 in CS final exams | Surat News – Times of India

SURAT: For this homemaker and mother of two, the challenge of balancing the demanding Company Secretaries (CS) studies and unavoidable household duties turned out to be a cakewalk when the 40-year-old bagged All India Rank (AIR) 4 in the professional program (old syllabus) exams, results of which were declared on Friday.
A total of three students from South Gujarat are in the list of Top 10 across the country. The two other students from South Gujarat scored AIR 3 in professional program (new syllabus) and AIR 9 in executive program (new syllabus).

Successful candidates from Surat city on Friday

Successful candidates from Surat city on Friday

Talking to TOI, Suman Sourabhwho scored 453/900 marks said that she is very happy with her achievement.
“Initially, I took lessons from CS Mitesh Desai but due to household responsibilities and the pandemic, I took online classes. Some of the people known to me were skeptical if I would be even able to clear the exam. They have their reasons as I have been taking the exams since 2016 without success. However, this time I decided to clear the exam and silence my critics once and for all. I started preparation for the examination and my family helped me as much as they could,” said the Valsad -based arts graduate while explaining the arduous CS journey.
Her family members including husband who works with the GST department, son who is studying electrical and electronics engineering in Bangalore and daughter studying in class XI supported her throughout the challenge.
“My advice to the next generation of CS students is that once the syllabus is completed, the revision is most important and has to be selective study only,” Sourabh added.
Sakshi Gera (21) from Surat bagged AIR 9 by scoring 508 out of 800 marks in the executive program (new syllabus). Gera completed her preparation by taking tuitions, as the syllabus is lengthy.
“Everyone should give their 100% not only in the study but repeated revisions too for a good score,” she added.
Jay Mehta, who received AIR 3 with 533 of 900 marks in the professional program (new syllabus) and the first rank in Surat, said, “Make your study stress free. Whenever you feel stressed, refresh your mood first before you study again. ”

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