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Result of IPCC Examinations held in May, 2013 are likely to be declared on Wednesday, the 31st July, 2013 around 4.00 P.M.


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The result of the Chartered Accountants Intermediate (IPC) Examinations held in May,
2013 are likely to be declared on Wednesday, the 31st July, 2013 around 4.00 P.M. and
the same as well as the merit list (candidates securing a minimum of 55% and above marks
and upto the maximum of 50th Rank on all India basis will be available on the following
website:
http://www.caresults.nic.in
Arrangements have also been made for the candidates desirous of having results on
their e-mail addresses to pre-register their requests at the above website, i.e.,
http://www.caresults.nic.in from 26th July, 2013. All those registering their requests will
be provided their results through e-mail on the e-mail addresses registered as above
immediately after the declaration of the result.
In addition to above, it may be noted that for accessing the result at the
above website i.e. http://www.caresults.nic.in the candidate shall have to enter
his registration no. and/or PIN no. alongwith his roll number.
Further facilities have been made for candidates of Intermediate (IPC) Examinations
held in May, 2013 desirous of knowing their results with marks on SMS. The service will be
available through India Times.
For getting results through SMS candidates should type:
(i) for Intermediate (IPC) Examination result the following
CAINTER(Space)XXXXXX (where XXXXXX is the six digit Intermediate (IPC)
Examination roll number of the candidate)
e.g. CAINTER 002971
and send the message to
58888 – for all mobile services – India Times

Rickshawala’s son top IAS


RickshImageawala’s son top IAS

Govind Jaiswal IAS

14-hour power cuts didn’t dim his IAS dream

On the pot-holed lanes of India’s holy city Varanasi, Narayan Jaiswal used to pedal his rickety rickshaw to make a living and send his children to school in nearby Usmanpura.

Sadly, even his meagre means came to a grinding halt when a wound on his foot grew sceptic.

Ailing, and with no other source of income, Jaiswal sold off his small plot of land to finance his son’s dream.

His son Govind was fighting a parallel battle.

Day in and day out the deafening noise of power looms, factory machines and generators around the 12×8 feet rented room shared by his father, mother and two sisters made life unbearable.

All the cooking, washing, bathing to studying took place in the dingy room.

To add to the misery the scarce power supply extended to almost 14 hours a day. He grew up with cruel taunts from the neighbourhood kids who mocked him for his devotion to studies. But his determination saw him through.

“It was impossible to divert me. My family was the saving grace. If someone demoralised me, I used to just picture my struggling family.”

Today, Govind Jaiswal is an IAS officer, brimming with confidence.

Surprisingly, he doesn’t quibble over any inadequacies.

“I thank my tough days. Life has no worth without struggle. It made me grow and smell the real world.”

Govind credits his success to his dad and his sisters, especially the elder one who gave up her studies to look after them when his mother died.