TES 48 Qualified Student Success Story – Raghavendra

TES 48 Recommended Candidate’s Success Story

Hey, This is Raghavendra. I have cleared the TES 48 SSB Interview. My journey started when I was in class 12. I was preparing for my National Defence Academy Examinations. I took my first attempt in November 2021 and cleared the written. Then I took coaching at Major Kalshi Classes and then appeared for the NDA SSB Interview. I got screened out and I was very sad.

My Family Background

I belong to Pratapgarh, Uttar Pradesh. My father is into farming for the past 5-6 years. My brother-in-law was in defence so he provided me with the right guidance and told me to prepare for the armed forces.

I decided to join the forces from class 7th only. I did my preparation from both online and offline sources. It was very disheartening after frequent.

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My TES 48 Journey

After this appeared for my next NDA exam but could not make it through. Then again I could not clear my written exam for the NDA 150th course due to my illness.

Then I appeared for Navy SSC Tech SSB in Vishakapatnam and there were 260 candidates reported out of them 22 got screened in. I was one of them but could not get recommended. Still, that was a memorable experience. Then I got to know that after 10 days I will be having my Army TES interview. After all, my ultimate goal was to join the Indian Army through any of the entries whether NDA, TES or any other.

Then I went back to my SSB preparations and was done with the basics. It was 19 SSB Allahabad from where I finally got recommended for Indian Army TES 48 Entry.

After so many disappointments in the NDA, I appeared for the TES 48 Entry and got selected. My chest no. was 34 and 37 got recommended.

5-Day SSB Interview

We had 18 people in our group and all of them were repeaters which led to a fish market situation. The assessors didn’t even divide the group.

PP&DT: A wrote a real story that had a practical story.

Narration: Practise narration in the 30 min. duration. This helped me get screened in. A total of 37 got screened from 232 candidates who reported in the SSB Interview.

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I attempted 52 WAT and 44 SRTs. In SD a completed all the pending tasks. My blank story included my experience at my college where I was the captain. I discussed the problem of mismanagement at my school. Where my solution came out as appointing office bearers on every floor of the school building. My school is Prayag Public school.

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My Interview

My interview went very roughly. Then they asked about physical fitness. My interview went for 40-45 minutes. Some of the questions asked in the interview that nobody can prepare are as follows:

  • What are the vapours formed on grass are called?: Dew
  • Why is dew formed?:
  • What are the surfaces on which dew can be formed?:
  • What is the principle behind the formation of the Dew?: Adsorption
  • Which arm do you want to join?: Corps of Signals
  • Equipment used by Corps of Signal: Radar and etc.
  • Everything about radar and how it works?

TES 48 SSB Interview: How do you keep yourself physically fit?

I get up early in the morning. Then do push-ups, sit-ups and planks every morning. I do 4 sets of 15 push-ups. Then they asked how much can you do in one go? Then I was asked to do 40 push-ups in formal wear. I was mentally prepared for that but could do only 20 push-ups.

Then they asked, How many individual obstacles will you be able to do tomorrow? Why are you not doing B Tech? I simply answered my father cannot afford my B Tech as I have already mentioned my father’s salary in the PIQ form.

The IO wished me luck and said to perform well tomorrow for the GTO and I might get recommended.

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My GTO Tasks

Time management helps me complete all the GTO tasks successfully. The coordination of time distance and time management is very important. Obstacles were difficult for repeaters. I was standing behind and still kept giving my ideas. My war cry was Vande Matram. I helped everyone in the wall climb and other obstacles.

Honestly, my command task didn’t go well. They asked me for ideas and I have to tell them that I don’t have any ideas.

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Key Takeaways

  • Answer it all with honesty
  • Exchange your position if you don’t have any such ideas.
  • Be a team leader
  • Keep speaking till the last moment
  • Help each other and motivate your teammates.

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