Students from Pakistan have scored the highest marks in the world in the global examinations conducted by ACCA (the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants).
Shehroze Ali of Lahore, and Muhammad Hasnain Kakar of Peshawar scored first places in ACCA papers F4, Corporate and Business Law, and F9, Financial Management, respectively.
Arif Mirza, Head of ACCA Pakistan said: “Thousands of students around the world take the tough, globally regarded ACCA papers and securing first position globally is a huge achievement. This shows that students from Pakistan remain strong globally for their academic excellence. Credit should go to students as well as tuition providers, employers and family who have supported their success.
ACCA exams are designed to develop complete finance professionals, with a breadth and depth of skills who can meet the needs of employers in all sectors. Research shows that women with financial background have the highest chance of moving up the corporate ladders, and ACCA is committed to supporting their aspirations and making them work-ready.The News