Well A certainly nice end to the experience thr, Even whn i joined all i ever did was sit, stare, post cheques and read books given to me. I got to defend our office from a "Chippkali" one day...tht too whn i myself am the scaredy one in such matters.
Though, I was the only article in my traditional office.....and today, like 6 months have passed and I am the director now, few more articles have joined who are at same level as me, I brought the IT era to my traditional office else never anyone file a return here or accessed internet. And the big companies, sir's clients are all in impressed state tht they use to call me often fr thngs they might nt understand and so goes the same fr me, I take advises from whole lot of grp including the clients as well (sometimes).
Though as time passes, thing tend to become slightly boring.....same work everyday, earlier audit in itself was a thing of passion but currently I am the last person who likes auditing just because the clients are same, the books are same and eveytime the same thing needs to be done.
So currently all I am trying is to bring new ways of doing the audit part, something which does keep me engaged, something that uses computers (audit through computers)....as I always was an IT guy, if not CA, definitely the software engineer would have been me.
Anyway maine sabko accha bore kiya, so spare me with tht.... ;)