Saturday, 28 February 2015

Hard Work Never Fails: Rakesh Soni (Selected in SBI Clerical)

My Name is RAKESH SONI (GMAIL),First of all I would like to thank you BANKERS ADDA my best friend ay guardian . my teacher ,,  Finally  I got selected in SBI CLK 2014/15  .I  am a average student and also a below average in my school days. All my academic performance is around 60% and getting 60% was my good sign because that is the minimum % required for every government  jobs.

After completing my B. Tech (ELECTRONICS & TELECOMMUNICATION ) from CSVTU BHILAI IN 2009 , my first failure was campus interview (TCS). I was sure of the fact that I am very weak in technical knowledge. If a person is not selected in campus interview he loses his merit. So I decided to write competitive exams to get a secure job.

I joined many coaching centers for Civil Service and Bank. I was sure that I want only government job but I am not sure about which sector to select. I have applied for each and every government job exam whichever I was eligible.

From Dec 2013 to Dec 2015, I was mostly engaged with exams on Saturdays and Sundays. Since exam became common to me, I didn't focus on particular exam, that is a blunder mistake I have done. But I started to clear some exams like (NIACL Asst, RRB CLK RRB SCALE 1, IBPS Clerk 2013, IBPS CLK 2014,  but failed in all interview because of interview fear and also by two common question’s. 1) What are you doing after completing your B. Tech in 2009?
2) Why were you not placed in campus interview?

 I was trapped by these questions in each and every interview. Things become more complicated after two years, I was unable to face any of my relatives and have no answer for, "what you are doing now?" But the happy thing about my struggle was my parents supported me a lot. But it is difficult to satisfy both friends and parents in this situation because friends wanted you to be with them and parents wanted you to study at every time, so it’s very difficult.

In this struggle, my family members & friends helped me all time and encouraging me for preparation. All the best to all future aspirants. Remember that it is not a tough exam and you can do it. It’s important to believe in yourself.

I was really sad to hear that many of our friends has failed in the interview, I could feel your pain but instead of blaming them start trying to rectify our own drawbacks and mistakes. There are lot of job opportunities in coming year, so please don’t lose hope and don’t believe in luck. Hard work  never fails. Friend please rectify the mistakes I have done and get the job as soon as possible.

 All the best for everyone.

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