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Monday, 4 April 2016

Accept the challenges: Success Story


PO in ORIENTAL BANK OF COMMERCE
Name- Abhay Kumar Kashyap
Qualification- B.Sc. from Ramjas College, University of Delhi 2010-2013 With 70%

Selected In- IBPS PO 5- Oriental Bank of Commerce
IBPS clerk 5– Punjab National Bank.

Every 1st April will not make us fool. This time it proves. I resides in Lucknow, U.P. I have passed my 10th in 2008, 12th in 2010 from Kendriya Vidyalaya, Gonda and I decided to do B.Sc. from Delhi University. After completing my graduation I had two things in my mind either go for M.Sc. or prepare for Bank job. Also I got admission in M.Sc. physics in University of Lucknow but I didn’t join because of father’s retirement in 2013 and this was my decision to quit M.Sc. and I don’t regret that. I started my preparation by myself in Sep. 2013 my First attempt was a disaster, I got only 32 marks in IBPS PO-3 (2013) and got 0 “Zero” marks in English and didn’t even clear sectional cut-offs of English and quant. I was so disappointed after seeing “0” in English but I know my capabilities.Then i thought I will have to focus otherwise I will be thrown out of competition. One day I was searching contents for banking preparation and I come across “BANKERSADDA.COM (BA)” which changed my life, my preparation, my approach. Since 2014 I has been  following BA and I learn everything from it. Its General Awareness CAPSULE is life line for all Aspirants which Makes 30/40 possible for me in GA section & 84 total in po-4.I got shortlisted for Interview but didn’t make to final. Now I decided to Join Coaching to take my preparation in right direction. I joined “CAREER POWER” at Mahanagar, Lucknow branch which prepared me and makes everything possible for me.faculty has helped me and suggested all relevant materials.
My strategy to manage time for POI have 120 minutes for 5 section. As Clocks starts at 120, I started with reasoning And as timer reaches to 85 I started doing quant, no matter how many questions I have done in reasoning, when it reach 50 I started English, no matter how many questions done in quant, and on 20 I started doing GA& comp. (40+20 ques) and after doing this I left with 5-6 min.In which i again go to quant.

Keep one thing in mind that “IF PAPER IS TOUGH ITS TOUGH FOR EVERYONE” and Don’t worry for Cut-offs just give your exam with 100% efforts and Never ever thought to clear Sectional cut-offs or overall cut-off because you don’t know what will be the cut-off for any exam instead try to score good marks so you don’t have to depend on Interview marks. Exams Appeared IBPS

  • PO-3 2013- failed (32 marks with “0” in English)
  • SBI PO 2014- failed 85 marks
  • SBI clerk 2014- failed (I forget the marks but it was 120+)
  • IBPS RRB OS-1- 90 marks but didn’t enough to get interview call
  • IBPS PO-4 2014 - cleared (84 marks) but didn’t make to the final
  • BOB Manipal- cleared but not in final list
  • SBI PO 2015- Disqualified in PRELIMs
  • RBI assistant 2015- failed 158 marks
  • IBPS RRB OS-1 2015- cleared but didn’t make to final
  • IBPS PO-5 2015 – prelims cleared- 54.75 marks
  •  Mains- 90 marks (got 20 marks in English) (GOT OBC bank)
  • IBPS clerk-5 2015- 147.75 marks (got PNB)
 “Accept the challenges
 So that you can feel
 The exhilaration of victory”.

Thank you CAREER POWER (Lucknow), Thank you BA.
I wish Good Luck to All aspirants.

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