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Photo Courtesy: Thanesor Bashyal (Facebook)
It's not easy to get past criticism from your friends, especially when you are a teen. Having been criticized by friends for joining a commerce course, which lead him to choose CA, Thanesor Bashyal feels he chose the right career path. Currently the managing partner of Bashyal & Associates and holding shares in many other companies, he is also involved in social works.
Here, in an interview with My City, Bashyal talks about his journey as a CA:
Did you always want to become a CA?
No, my father was a farmer and since my childhood, I always wanted to become an agro expert. But as time passed I changed my mind and enrolled in commerce course which involved CA.
What was the turning point of your life?
I had financial problems which lead me to choose commerce. Since most of my friends were a student of science, I often heard insulting comments from my friends. Rather than feeling discouraged those incidents encouraged me and lead me to choose one of the most difficult courses in commerce, CA.
What challenges do you come across as a CA student and a professional?
As you know, people consider the study of becoming a CA a hard course in commerce; I was scared at the beginning. But when I went through the courses it was really interesting which made me develop confidence. After completion of my masters, I must say the paths that lead on was smoother than I expected it to be.
What motto helps you lead your work life?
Becoming a CA was a path I chose amidst the circumstances, but it turned out to make feel passionate. This must be why I welcome every challenge that comes in my life with a big smile and wave them away quickly.
What are you currently involved?
I am the vice president of a social organization Volunteers Nepal and also I have my shares in Royal Cosmeceuticals Pvt. Ltd. Well about my work as a CA, according to our work ethic disclosure of client’s information is a punishable act.
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