While the business of Chartered Accountancy is growing in Delhi, the world considers it its field of work; But Vijay Kale, who has a clear idea of how to deal with North Indians and Delhiites, is a success today 



While the business of Chartered Accountancy is growing in Delhi, the world considers it its field of work; But Vijay Kale, who has a clear idea of how to deal with North Indians and Delhiites, is a man of success today. There is a struggle behind that success, but instead of telling the story of these struggles, he thinks it is important to learn from it.

Whether one gets a job or gets into a business, the literal difference is important, though not obvious. It inadvertently underscores the cautious Marathi mentality that prioritizes job security over risky business. After passing the Chartered Accountant's examination in the first attempt 33 years ago, the question of job or business had fallen on Vijay Kale.

There are no Marathi traders in Delhi. So how will your business work? Who will work Do a better job than that, he was getting advice from his relatives. For the first two years after becoming a chartered accountant, he earned an international degree. F. Worked as a manager at Ferguson & Co. and then decided to start his own business.

Struggling attitude, perseverance, perseverance and the patience required for it are inherited from their parents. Kale's father Vasant Bajirao Kale is originally from Ratnagiri. He was a staunch supporter of Swatantryaveer Savarkar, an activist of the Hindu Mahasabha and the General Secretary of the Hindu Student Federation. There were journalists in the Blitz in Mumbai.