The Institute of Chartered Accountancy India (ICAI) announced the results for the Chartered Accountants Intermediate (IPC) exam on Tuesday and Ronak Rajendra Jain has secured All India Rank (AIR) 2 with 80.14 per cent. Ronak comes from a family of four who lives in a village called Nagad in Aurangabad, Maharashtra. His father is a pharmacist who owns a medical shop while his mother is a homemaker and his sister is married.
Unlike students of his age, Jain had a desire to experience life in a hostel and when he was in class 7, he convinced his parents to let him join a school in Jalgaon. He credits his hostel life for the distraction-free study environment and the drilling of a healthy routine.
Once he cleared the class 10 exams, he shifted to BYK college in Nashik. His interest in mathematics, accounts and statistics drove him to opt for commerce and from then on, he set his eyes on building a career in Chartered Accountancy (CA).
In 2016, Ronak cleared the CA CPT entrance with a score of 188, securing the top position in Nashik. He then joined coaching classes for IPC preparation in Nashik and has managed to score a whopping 561 marks. Read | CA Final topper shares his secret mantra to success, click here