“Not Failure, But Low Aim Is Crime! ’’said Chinmay Pandit, Hon. DCP, Zone II, Nagpur while speaking as a Chief Guest at Inauguration of 37th Batch MCS & 35th Batch AITT for CA Students at ICAI Bhawan, Dhantoli, Nagpur. The members and students of The Institute of Chartered Accountants of India were honoured to invite Mr. Chinmay Pandit who motivated the students by narrating his success story.
Hailing from a small village of Maharashtra-Beed, Mr. Chinmay Pandit had a dream to join Indian Army and serve the nation and started working for it after completing his higher education. However, he couldn’t join the army because of strict physical stringent. But he never gave upon his dreams and moved to Pune to pursue Engineering. The burning desire inside him to serve the nation drove him towards pursuing UPSC exams. His commitment and consistent hard work helped him to crack the UPSC exam in the very first attempt that too with All India 145th Rank.
Mr. Chinmay Pandit had an interactive session with CA aspirants where he narrated his 4 Mantras of success which filled the students with great enthusiasm. He started off with-
- One should set a very clear goal, as he believed that, “Not failure, but low aim is crime’’. He explained how our objective should always be high as without it the person is like a ship which does not know the direction where it has go.
- Secondly, he stressed upon the importance of detailed planning; as if a person fails to plan, he plans to fail. Therefore, everyone should plan every minute detail of the process to achieve his/ her objective.
- He emphasised on the word hard work stating that there is no substitute for hard work to achieve the desired result. Also he said that hard work should be accompanied by consistency.
- Last but not the least, he told students to visualize themselves as the person they want to become. He explained the importance of Law of Attraction and how it helped him to achieve his goal. He suggested the students to watch the famous documentary – The Secret.
Mr. Chinmay Pandit said that both the Police Department as well as Chartered Accountants work for National Security – Police doing role of safety of public and CA’s working for safety of accounts of public. Shri Chinmay Pandit lauded the efforts taken by ICAI for organizing such MCS and ITT programs for the betterment of CA Students and preparing them to gear with challenges in Life.
The students were inspired by listening to Mr. Chinmay’s success mantras and got highly motivated to incorporate these things into their lives.
There is no holiday for Men in Uniform, said CA Suren Duragkar, Chairman Nagpur Branch while praising and recognizing the contribution of Police Department. Even in Festivals where we enjoy with our family, Police Department works 24 hours for ensuring our safety. He said that while Police Department is frontiers of our National Safety, Chartered Accountants are frontiers of Financial Security. CA Duragkar compared the similarities between Police Department and Chartered Accountants and pointed out that; while CA’s have Code of Conduct, Police personnel are bound by discipline; while Police Department does the task after getting reports, Chartered Accountants are entrusted the task of analyzing the reports and finally Both of them undergo Practical Training to deliver best in times of pressure.
The session was coordinated by CA Akshay Gulhane, Executive Committee Member. Formal Vote of Thanks was proposed by CA Saket Bagdia, Secretary, Nagpur Branch.
Prominently present on the occasion were CA Kirit Kalyani, Vice Chairman, CA Jitendra Saglani, Treasurer, Shri Wasudeo Wandhre, Retd ACP along with faculties for the course – Shri Mukesh Ashar, CA Mayank Saraf, CA Deepesh Gangwani & Shri Anil Jain. There are approx. 100 students of MCS and AITT batch.