CS BHAVYA PARVATHI K, has done it all, quite literally, as she has completed all the 3 professional courses. She is a faculty at LearnCab for Business economics and also handles her independent practice in Bangalore. In addition to her professional qualifications, she also holds an under graduate degree in law and post membership qualification of DISA from ICAI. A rank holder at different courses, right from her under graduate days at Mangalore University, where she secured Rank 4 to the All India Ranks she secured for CS foundation (AIR 19) and CMA final (AIR 4), her journey as a professional has been a mixture of immense hard work and dedication. This has enabled her to achieve the distinction of joining the rare list of professionals who have completed all the 3 professional courses.
A chance encounter during her CS apprenticeship days got CA Bhavya Parvathi into teaching. She has been a faculty at the Institute of Company Secretaries of India (ICSI), Bangalore Chapter for around 6 years, during which time she has taught over 500+ students. She has also taught at private academies like K2 learning & Challa academy in Bangalore. She feels that while, time is money for a business entity, time is decisive for efforts and results of a student. Matching a specific time schedule to be an audience in a classroom has its own way of extracting productive time.
My teaching philosophy: My approach to teaching is to imbibe students with knowledge rather than just teaching them enough to pass the exams.
Being a triple professional gave CA Bhavya Parvathi lots of options, in terms of choosing a specialisation for her area of practice. She has carved a niche for herself in handling taxation & audit related matters with multiple clients vouching for her ability to deliver on time
How I approach teaching on LearnCab
I think that teaching via means of pre-recorded online video lectures helps in creating a commuting free schedule to study at a convenient time and topics of your choice with notes and exercises at your finger tips.
My advice to professional students
A student should only take a course if they have a passion or belief in that career path. A compelled pursuit may be walking the wrong path, which will only lead to de-tracking & retracing your steps back to the career you should have ideally chosen in the first place.
Hobbies and Other Interests
CS Bhavya Parvathi has a full schedule, but whenever she can find time, she likes to travel and do some painting.