Twenty-five-year-old Hemant Mundra, who is first from Surat city to have topped the Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad (IIM-A), is a born achiever. He is a rare talent, someone who has excelled in different branches of academics and sports.
He has been offered Rs 50 lakhs per annum on March 24th, 2014 by Kedaara Capital, one of the largest private equity funds in the country. Hemant, who is son of textile businessman Omprakash Mundra, studied at Seventh Day Adventist School in the city. He graduated in chemical engineering from IIT, Mumbai and topped his batch. He passed the chartered accountant course and chartered financial analyst level three certification examination subsequently.
“I realized I loved accounts more and so did CFA and tried for the IIM. I am happy that I am a management graduate now,” Hemant said, who received two gold medals with five scholarships and other awards for being the IIM-A topper this year.