Thursday, 5 March 2015

I am not afraid of the 100 moves, you have practiced 1 time, but, I am afraid of that 1 move which you have practiced 100 times: Abhishek Kumar (Syndicate Bank)

First of all I would like to thank my parents  for giving me this life and obviously BA For designing this. I found BA like someone has found a 1000rs. Note on a morning walk. Being a B.Tech (CSE) from a not so popular college , I thought that I am on the seventh heaven but after 4 years I found myself again on this earth.

I passed out in 2011 and didn’t get placement of my choice. I was in search of job as like one is searching an eligible groom for his daughter. At last I found it, worked there for 2 years (11-13) in the cyber security department, but I found myself far behind the MNC’s Dudes. There was little pressure from my parents to have a GOVT job ASAP, as I belong to Bihar with GOVT. job mentality type parents.

I quit the job & came back home keeping in mind for the preparation type of thing.

I was unaware of Reasoning & zero In GA as well as li’l bit slower in mathematics. Then I called up my friend Amit presently in Indian Postal Services seeking his help. He played 20-20 with me; within 4 hrs he completed the whole reasoning topics. Then I started preparation thoroughly and practiced every topics.

My 1st success was BOB (Manipal) 2013. I screamed with joy when I saw my roll no in the pdf. It was an unexpected joy for me, I thought it was rather easy but in GD & Interview I got dumb due to “Stage Fear” & was kicked out of the race & realized the game strategy and the sharpened players as well. My 2nd success was IBPS PO 2013 which boosted me and started dreaming the “dreams of Naurangilal”. In that exam too, I was not finally selected. After that I yielded a list of unsuccessfulness. (Not even written)


  • IBPS SO
  • SBI SO
  • SBI PO
  • SBI CLERK
  • SBI ASSOCIATE


During these bad phases I started losing my hope and got nightmares like mummy is yelling”Ye ladka kuchh nahi kar sakta” (This boy can’t break the ice).

Then I collected all my powers and efforts and started preparing again. Then at the time of SBI PO written results I found BA Capsule & started following it regularly. Every post was awesome and the comments were motivational too. At first no one gave +ve response when I tried to communicate with other aspirants but gradually they became supportive. Again the time started I yielded back to back results in these exams.

RBI (ASST.) – NOT SELECTED FINALLY

RRB (O.S-1)- NOT BEEN CALLED YET
IBPS PO   - CHANCES ARE LESS
SYNDICATE BANK- SLECTED FINALLY
ICICI PO- SELECTED FINALLY (BUT NOT WENT)
IBPS CLERK- GOT INTERVIEWED (RESULT AWAITED)

Finally the day came ‘it was 27th February, 2015. I was heading toward Patna for having my NABARD paper on 1st march 2015. I was on auto suddenly I logged on syndicate bank website & Alas! What I saw the final shortlisted list was there, my heart beat doubled as I downloaded the list. My fingers were trembling as I input my name in the query box and the pop up came “NO RESULTS”. My heart drowned, my face was similar as the clock ticks 8:20 (symbol of sadness). Again I decided to search with my roll no with lost heart as every unsuccessful candidate searches his name & roll no twice or thrice after not getting his name in the list. Suddenly I screamed with joy. I had broken the ice. My name was in the list. In the excitement I banged with the auto ceiling bar & got a bump in my head. But the excitement at that time healed my pain. First I called my mummy & told her about the success. The entire world became green around me.

At last I just want to suggest all the aspirants that never give up. Always listen to your brain during your studies. Do not mix your heart with your brain. Concentration along with hard practicing, is the key….coz there is a saying “I am not afraid of the 100 moves you have practiced 1 time but I am afraid of that 1 move you have practiced 100 times”. Go and get that key which will lead you to attain “NIRVANA” .

Thanks a lot Shruti Ma’m & whole BA team & Amit & of course all my co-aspirants.

Thanks a lot, All the Best.

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