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Three triplets with visual impairments succeed in CA exams

Three triplets from the Dakshina Kannada area recently passed the foundation exam for chartered accountants despite living in poverty and having 90% of their vision impaired. They are now preparing for the intermediate exam for CA later this year. At Alva’s College in Moodbidri, 33 kilometres from Mangaluru, Jayesh, Jeevan, and Jitesh are pursuing their BCom (CA integrated) degrees. Father, daily wage labourer, and mother, stay-at home mother, are Surathkal locals and both are 20 years old. Their coaching, housing, and education are all free thanks to Alva’s College. In Surathkal, they have completed both their PU and grade 10 education.
On the PU exam, the triplets received score of more than 90%. They occupy single room in the dorm at the campus. The triplets claimed to have spent four hours per day studying for the CA exam. The atmosphere on this university and the assistance from the teachers have really aided our goal of obtaining CA. The triplets said that they wanted to pursue CA as career because people with physical disabilities are seldom employed in this field. 
“More employment prospects are assured by becoming CA. As result, the three of us decided to explore this subject. They completed the exam without consulting scribe. 
“We want to write our own examinations and tell the story of our accomplishment. 
We’ve been requested to have scribes numerous times, but we’ve never favoured it. 
We have an extra hour to finish the CA and BCom tests. The triplets expressed their happiness about it.
Jayesh, one of the group, intends to take the CA intermediate exam in May. In November, Jeevan and Jitesh intend to take the test. The triplets were informed they would not receive specialised instruction during their undergraduate studies, according to Anantha Shayana, an assistant professor at Alva’s College and coordinator for the CA integrated batch. 
“Despite being unable to see the blackboard, they easily take notes on what is being taught
They take thoughtful notes that are more organised than those of other students. 
They currently have BCom test scores exceeding 80%, according to Anantha Shayana.
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