Friday, 26 December 2014

Believe in yourself and be true to yourself: Nibedita Sinha (Bank Clerk in Syndicate Bank)

One of our ardent reader Nibedita Sinha shared her success story with us. Please find below the unedited story -

The moolmantra to all success is: believe in yourself and be true to yourself
Hi friends, I choose to write here because such success stories of others inspired me, hope my one does the same to at least one.

I completed my masters and found no good job and my parents suggested I go for govt jobs. My friend Ira Sharma opened the door of ibps to me because before that I was not interested in one such. I joined a coaching centre near my house in july 2012. Within 5 months first came ibps clerk 2 and I qualified throught out . I was very much excited but due to low score I was not offered a job. But this failure lured me for the success. I determined that In the next exam I will definitely get the job. My teachers, parents, and friends supported me throughout. They always praised my self belief. In the following year I gave sbi po, lic aao, ibps po. I missed all of them for a few marks. But I didn't loose my belief that I will do it. And finally ibps clerk3 gave me the opportunity to taste success in one year.

For all aspirants I will advise go through the basics of all subjects, have them concreted in your mind. Get good books or approach good teachers for them. Practise regularly and throughly..and here comes the second part "be true to yourself" that is you are giving the exams not for any coaching centre or anyone else. You are giving it only for your benefit. Keep to the time. Do not cheat or copy. It will show off in the main exam and ruin your life. Spot your disabilities and work out more on it. Internet is a great source to study. Facebook group sudies helped me a lot. But again be true to yourself. When you study only study.

Lastly I would say no exam is tough. But it is very needed that you should know your capabilities and your aim.
I wish all of you success. Just never say I can't. 
Thank you,

Nibedita Sinha
West Bengal

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