I am Veerendra Sharma from Pipariya (Hoshangabad), MP. And I am selected as probationary officer in Punjab National Bank.
I have read many success stories which helped me to be positive and finally to be successful. Now, I am writing my story for aspirants who are preparing for upcoming Banking Exams.
Every student faces many difficulties while preparing for exams but only those get success who never quit. A well- known Saying says:
A Quitter never Wins,
And A Winner never Quits
Now I am telling you about myself, I completed BE (electrical and electronics) in 2014 from Bhopal and then I started preparation for Banking Exams. In almost all Exams, I managed to qualify Written and Interview, but luck was not on my side and I missed the final List by small margin.
Believe me, it’s a terrible feeling to go through the entire preparation process again and again, after qualifying written Exam.
Exams I appeared in 2014-
1. SBI Clerk (Gujarat) missed final list by 2 marks.(149/235)
2. RRB Clerk -166
3. RRB PO - 128
(I didn't even receive any interview call for RRB PO and Clerk)
4. IBPS PO - missed final cut off by 2.8 marks (46.8/100)
5. IBPS Clerk - missed final cut off by 2 marks (67/100)
6. SBI Associate Clerk - missed final cut off by 12 marks (159/235)
After repeatedly seeing NOT SELECTED in final list, I was losing hoping. Then I decided to do some Part time job to bear my own expenses. It’s not that my parents denied me money, but I wanted to become self-dependent.
While doing this job I appeared for SBI PO qualified pre but missed by few marks in the SBI Mains, so I decided to leave the job. And I started full time preparation for upcoming Banking Exams.
1. RRB PO - missed written cut off by 1 mark
2. RRB Clerk - allotted NJGB
3. IBPS PO V - allotted PNB
4. IBPS Clerk - allotted BOI
For all the aspirants, just give your 100% whatever be the result. Be positive and Never quit, one day everything will be in your favour.
Finally, I am thankful to God, my parents, friends and special thanks to GradeStack team.