After Zara Naeem, three more Pakistani students score highest marks in ACCA exam

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Three more Pakistani students are on the ACCA list of its global prizewinners scoring highest marks among all exam sitters from around the world.

The Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) announced the pass rates of its exams for March 2021, and three students from Pakistan are on the list of its global prizewinners, scoring highest marks among all exam sitters from around the world.

One of the global prizewinners, Kahaf Moid, a young girl from Karachi has scored highest marks in Audit and Assurance paper and once again proved that young women are the bright future of our country.

Whereas another bright young girl from Faisalabad Fakiha Maqsood has scored the highest marks in Advanced Taxation paper and Strategic Business Reporting, and Ali Shan from Karachi has scored the highest marks in Financial Reporting.

ACCA Pakistan Head Sajjeed Aslam said inspired by students Zara Naeem Dar and Muhammad Abdullah, the high scorers from Pakistan, it was heartening to see Pakistani youth achieving top positions in the field of education, highlighted Pakistan globally as a hub for world-class talent in accountancy and finance.

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

Considered the gold standard in accountancy, ACCA qualification meticulously tests the skills, abilities and capabilities that a modern-day business professional needs, with a firm grounding in ethics and professionalism. It prepares students for a rewarding and global career as a qualified and ethical finance professional.

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