He scored 614 out of 800 (76.75%) marks in the CA final to beat 83,000 candidates for first place. His brother got 568. “Our company is unique,” the brothers laughed as they celebrated their victory.
“Proud of you two! Best wishes for future endeavors, ”CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan tweeted.
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The brothers have a habit of being toppers. Together. Victor Convent School alumni topped the Morena district jointly in their Class 12 in 2017, with 94.5%.
How is it that they ended up giving the tables together being two years apart? Nandini said: “I had skipped two classes as a child and since class 2, we have been classmates.”
There was sibling support rather than rivalry, they said. “In fact, my brother played a huge role in my success,” Nandini told TOI.
“In my mock test, I used to get poor grades. That was very demotivating. I would get frustrated and wonder how I would fare on the real test if I did so poorly on the mock exams. My brother’s support worked like magic. He always encouraged me to keep practicing and not think about the results of the mock tests, ”Nandini said.
Sachin said that Nandini had always worked hard in school and later. “She inspired me. Seeing her, I also began to focus on my studies. I must give him credit for cheering me on. ”
“We are a force together,” they laughed.
“Me and Bhaiyya would join our heads to tackle the tough problems. We help each other, ”Nandini said. “Breaking CA was my mother’s dream. I’m happy I did it in style, ”Sachin said.
His father, Naresh Chandra Gupta, is a tax practitioner, while his mother, Dimple Gupta, is a homemaker.