August 07, 2017
Rejika Maharjan, a Nepali student studying in the British College, ranked top in a renowned exam that is considered as a professional qualification for careers in accounting and finance.
Maharajan topped the P3 Business Analysis paper of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) in the June 2017 exam, thus positioning herself top in such ranking globally.
In recognition to her achievement, top management of The British College awarded Maharjan in an award ceremony held on August 3, 2017.
“It is a profound success for all Nepali ACCA students, teachers, ACCA members, learning providers and the nation as a whole,” said Ananta Gautam, ACCA Programme Manager of The British College, in his address at the event.
He felt that it is a great achievement to produce such a talent out of Nepal’s 2,500 ACCA students.
Mahendra Kandel, Director of The British College and Ananta Gautam jointly awarded Maharjan with a cheque of Rs 20,000.
ACCA is a professional qualification that prepares students for careers in accounting and finance. Currently, it is offered in over 180 countries.