Got Recommended in 1st Attempt from 2AFSB, Mysore
“If you can dream it, you can do it.”I dreamed and I did it. Hello Everyone! I am Devansh Joshi.
I hail from the very sacred place known as ‘Prayagraj’. I belong to a very common family where my father is an employee in a private Insurance Company. I have completed my High School at Central Academy and Intermediate from Tagore Public School. In my childhood days, I used to watch a lot of movies and documentaries. One day, while watching an Army Documentary I felt the gaiety to fell down for the nation and it inspired me a lot. I came to know about NDA I class 6th and my mother also motivated me to join the Indian Armed Forces. That was the day, I dreamt to join the Indian Armed Forces. After completing, my 12th I applied for the written examination of NDA and cracked it in my 1st attempt. Now, the 2nd hurdle was SSB.
I got to know about Major Kalshi Classes through advertisements. I was impressed by the selections that this institute produces. I joined the 14 days SSB classroom program. The classroom program helps me a lot in SSB. I started to look upon my drawbacks and even for positives. The assessors help me a lot. They always used to tell us to believe in ourselves. SSB is not an impossible task u can crack it, I got my reposting on 20th December at 2 AFSB Mysore. Total 175 candidates reported their out of which 51 were screened in. The OIR at the SSB was of the same level as we tackled in the classroom. Day 2 was the Repeaters Interview day and we freshers went for a psychological test. I remained calm there and my test went very well. Day 3 for my personal interview. The Mock Interview at MKC helped me a lot in my PI. My interview lasted for 50 minutes, I gave my best shot. On day 4 my GTO and I performed well within the group. The real GTO ground experience at MKC gave me the idea of how to perform well in the GTO. The last day, day 5 was my conference. It was simple and fine
At last, when the DSO arrived with the result, the single thing that I will never forget was my chest number.
I got recommended!
This was my success story for you all.
Good luck for your SSB’s
Jai Hind .