Success Story of Anshul Sharma Selected As IBPS PO 2021: Institute of Banking & Personnel Selection has released the IBPS PO, Clerk, and SO Final Result 2021 on the official website of IBPS. Many congratulations to all the students who have achieved their goals and made us proud of your hard work and dedication towards the final selection. We are sharing the success story of Anshul Sharma who has been selected as IBPS PO 2021. Here, Anshul Sharma has shared his success story of how he crossed the journey toward success.
Success Story of Anshul Sharma Selected As IBPS PO 2021
I will begin my story with some beautiful lines:
Rakh Hausla Woh Manzar Bhi Ayega,
Pyase Ke Paas Chal Ke Samandar Bhi Aayega,
Thak Kar Na Baith Aye Manzil Ke Musafir,
Manzil Bhi Milegi…
Aur Milne Ka Mazaa Bhi Aayega.
I am Anshul Sharma from Indore, Madhya Pradesh. It was just 15 days back when I could not make it to the final list of SBI PO from the general category by a few marks. Earlier, I have also missed final selections in many exams even by 0.25 marks. When I failed in SBI, I lose my confidence, I thought I could never achieve success. But at that time, I tried keeping myself positive and started finding ways to improve myself. Why I am telling about my failure in this story? The only motive is to tell you that you can’t get success overnight. Success is a process. Do you have to understand what the banking exam wants? A banking exam wants consistency, perseverance, and most importantly faith in yourself that you can do it. To all those who failed this year, believe me, you are the best and If you try once again, you will definitely get success. Now, talking about strategy, first of all, clear your basics in all subjects and if possible, revise it thrice. For English, nothing is as helpful as reading a newspaper. I prepared GA from Ashish Gautam Sir from Adda. I practiced maths and reasoning from the ACE book of Adda247. At last, I want to say only one thing, Hard work will never go in vain. It will always pay you somehow. So, instead of focusing on results, always focus on process.
Because “Success is a journey, not a destination. The doing is often more important than the outcome.”