Mangaluru: Three alumnae of St Agnes College ace ACCA exams

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Mangaluru, Apr 18: Nidhi, Rebecca Joanne D'Cunha and Teena Satheesh have cleared their ACCA (Association of Chartered Certified Accountants, UK) papers for which the exams were held in March 2023. They were the students of St Agnes College, where they pursued BCom integrated with ACCA.

St Agnes College is the first college in Mangaluru to begin BCom with ACCA integrated batch in the year 2016. Since then, the college has had eight ACCA affiliates with Nidhi, Rebecca Joanne D'Cunha and Teena Satheesh being the new additions to the list.

Nidhi, Rebecca Joanne Dcunha and Teena Satheesh hold an ACCA advanced diploma in accounting and business and an affiliate membership from ACCA, UK. Nidhi currently holds a position at Accenture, while Rebecca works as an advanced audit and assurance associate at Ernst and Young in Bengaluru. Meanwhile, Teena serves as an audit associate at Deloitte in Bahrain, showcasing the diverse range of career opportunities available to those who hold ACCA credentials.

The ACCA affiliates said the management and faculty of St Agnes College have been extremely accommodating and prepared them for challenges. They believe in never giving up and working hard constantly to achieve success.

The management, principal, and the staff of St Agnes College (Autonomous), Mangaluru congratulated Nidhi, Rebecca Joanne D'Cunha and Teena Satheesh for their academic achievements and wished them all success in their future endeavours.




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