Youngest CA has to wait 2 years to sign Balance Sheet


Hyderabad : The youngest Chatered Accountant has to wait 2 more years to sign in the balace sheet. As Nischal Narayanam is now just 19 . Once in his boyhood spotted the mistakes in a balance sheet of his dad’s company, then he was just a nine-year-old.

Nischal Narayanam, who is hailed as a mathematical genius, has cleared the CA exam recently and is said to be the youngest in the country to have successfully cleared one of the toughest exams in the country. However, he will have to wait for two more years to sign on the balance sheets of the company as the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India (ICAI) doesn’t enrol members less than 21 years. Such a report published in newspaper Businessline.

His mother, Padmavathy, who holds a Ph.D in Sanskrit from Osmania University, was the first to recognise his talent when he was just nine. According to her, he was passionate about numbers and I was amazed at his skills. The curious mother then checked the Internet to find mentors from across the world to guide his son on improving his mathematical skills.

Previously he had exhibited enormous talent as a child and won several laurels from a very young age. His extraordinary memory and abilities enabled him to become the youngest ‘Double Guinness World Record holder’ in the category of memory, youngest World Memory Champion, one of the “7 brilliant brains of the world” as accredited by National Geographic Channel and youngest graduate in the history of Osmania University from where he completed his B.Com and M.Com.

Deloitte International audit firm, where Nischal did his article ship for CA, recognised his amazing abilities and invited him as a special invitee and speaker at their Global Conference in Shanghai, attended by delegates from 190 countries.

Nischal also found ‘Nischal’s Smart Learning Solutions Pvt. Ltd’ through which he designed and developed a Mathematics Laboratory that is adopted by hundreds of schools in the State. He plans to assist poor but talented students through the royalty he gains from this company.