Nagpur: The old adage ‘Third Time is a Charm’ is a city boy named Eshan Loiya when the results of the Company Secretary (CS) examination were declared on Monday. Fits perfectly for them. After utterly failing to clear the exams in 2019 and 2020, Eshan Loiya has returned to the top position in the All India level merit rankings.
Eshan Loiya has said that whatever happened in the last 2 exams of 2019 and 2020. After that exam, I am very happy with this now result. The preparation for this exam was only self-study. He has also said that I am also a Chartered Accountant now and was looking at Company Secretary (CS) as an additional degree. That’s why I have done all my studies at home without any professional coaching.
The last two failed attempts in 2019 and 2020 have had no impact on Eshan Loiya in any way. And He completely focused on the target. Eshan Loiya has said that it probably helped now that I was already a CA professionally. And thus the failed attempts have not had any negative impact on me.
Started Preparing For CS
With Eshan Loiya schooling from BP Bhavan’s Vidya Mandir and then Delhi Public School. He later attended Hislop College to pursue a commerce degree. He has also said that I had completed CA in the year 2018. And then started preparing for Company Secretary (CS). Eshan is the first among all the relatives to appear for Company Secretary coming from a business family.
Executive Program (Old & New Syllabus), Foundation Programme, and The results of the Company Secretary examination for the Professional Program (Old & New Syllabus), June 2021 session have been declared today.
Vaishnavi Badrinarayan Biyani, who appeared from Pune center have taken all India first position in Professional Program (old syllabus), Eshan who appeared from Nagpur district center, and Professional program (new syllabus) examinations respectively.
In Vocational Program (old syllabus) Examination, 79.23% in Module-III, 30.65% in Module-II, 33.22% of candidates passed in module-I. Whereas in the Professional Program (New Syllabus), 29.80 percent in Module-III, 16.86% in Module-II, 26.14% of candidates passed in module-I.