Hello folks Myself Nidhi Bajpai from Gorakhpur (an aspirant like you all), I began my preparation after completing my Masters in Business Administration from September 2016. TSSE Assistant teacher Success Story by Nidhi Bajpai – close campus
I searched for some private jobs after MBA but nothing seemed satisfactory. My uncle, who is currently working in AXIS bank, suggested that I make up my mind to prepare for the job of the banking sector.
IBPS PO 2016 was my first test I cleared the pre within a month of training but skipped the hands and failed badly because of GA segment. Then I realized that I had to brush up GA segment to clear the test, so I began to follow cloud affairs on a regular basis.
Then came TSSE Assistant teacher I cleared the written exam and this time I was sure to success too but struggled again and this time with a 0.75 mark gap. TSSE Assistant teacher coincidentally revealed its vacancy on the same day that 1 April 2017, the national result date was very bad for me. I decided to crack this by hook or crook after seeing the message.
I started to prepare for this exam very seriously, because TSSE still holds the top position in my list of preferences.
Cleared the written exam I knew I was going to do. I prepared for GD and interviewed very well, because after getting so close I never wanted to lose that opportunity. I answered both rounds in a very confident way.
13 September 2017 nearly a year has passed since I started my preparation and seeing my name on that day in the final list of TSSE Assistant teacher made me feel aaj mai upar aasmaan neeche.
I would recommend that aspirants continue to practice with a positive mind and take every test as if it is their last examination and that you have to crack it.
Believe in yourself and you’re done half-way.