Pakistan’s Students Once Again Top in ACCA Exams Globally

After Zara Naeem Dar, three more students of Pakistan top in the world in ACCA exams held in March 2021. Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) has announced the names of global prizewinners of Pakistan.

According to Sajjad Saleem “Whilst COVID-19 continues to be the greatest challenge of our time, our students have made tremendous strides in their ACCA journeys in this latest exam session. We’re particularly proud of the fact that ACCA students from Pakistan are consistently making the country proud with their excellent exam performance. We’ll continue to nurture the dreams of our youth by offering them global platforms and exciting career opportunities”

These are three students named Kahaf Moid, Fakiha Maqsood, and Ali Shan.

Kahaf Moid

Kahaf Moid has scored highest marks in Audit and Assurance. She is a bright student according to her academic background as she was awarded with full scholarship by her college due to her excellent performance in A level. She lives with her mother in Karachi while her father is on Dubai. “We’re not the ones with our wings clipped; we’re already flying high and making a difference. Pakistani women are the future global leaders and it’s just about the time that the world will see it for themselves”, she remarked.

Fakiha Maqsood

Fakiha Maqsood has scored in Advanced Taxation also she got highest marks in Strategic Business Reporting examination in Pakistan. She belongs to Faisalabad and had topped in A level after that she went to UK for further education and a national position holder in ACCA exams.

Ali Shan

Ali Shan scored highest marks in Financial Reporting Examination. He lives in Karachi. He had done intermediate in commerce with A Grade. According to him “I’ve always been fascinated by numbers and enjoy being analytical. So, Accounting was a natural choice for me. I want to change how businesses operate in the country and would like to play my role in promoting innovation and ethics at the workplace. As a country, we’ve been left behind because we’ve unfortunately normalized unethical practices and discourage new way of doing things. Using my knowledge gained in ACCA, I will be a catalyst for change in the corporate sector.”

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