Kalyan Kumar Bandi

Kukatpally, Hyderabad, India - 500057

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Kalyan Kumar Bandi

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Kukatpally, Hyderabad, India - 500057.

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Working as a Tech Lead in a MNC with 8+ years of exp. into MSBI Stack(SQL, SSRS, SSIS, SSAS, PowerBI, Tabular with DAX).
With the immense experience, training aspirants who are deliberately looking for job into IT Industry.
As a Microsoft certified trainer, trained about 300+ students to get placed in MNC's across the world.

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Hindi

English

Telugu Mother Tongue (Native)

Punjabi Basic

Education

Osmania University 2011

Master of Computer Applications (M.C.A.)

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Kukatpally, Hyderabad, India - 500057

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MS SQL Reporting Training

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Years of Experience in MS SQL Reporting Training

8

Reviews (27)

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5.0 out of 5.0 27 reviews

5.0/527
T
31 May, 2018

Trilok attended MSBI

"Kalyan sir has in-depth knowledge in all the concepts of SQL and MSBI. He is truly very special from other trainers because the way that he handles the subject is very Unique. He will make us to remember the concepts with very normal examples. Many trainers can have the same knowledge as he does, but the way he presents to students is really unique. "

R
30 May, 2018

Rakesh attended MSBI

"His classes were simple and clear with very normal examples for each and every topic. Tasks that he provides are much helpful and enables us to think out of the box. "

P
29 May, 2018

Prasanth attended SQL Server

"Thank you, Sir. You made SQL and MSBI very easy to me with your simple examples. Friends, if anyone is passionate towards SQL then I would suggest Kalyan Sir without any second thought. "

L
29 May, 2018

Laxman attended SQL Server

"He is so good in TSQL and made me to understand all the SQL concepts very clearly. I recommend every one t who wants to learn SQL. "

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Answers by Kalyan (2)

Answered on 28/05/2018 IT Courses

Preparing for competitive exams is a complex process. Remember IIT JEE is a strategy exam and NOT an IQ test. JEE does not test your intelligence or knowledge or application of knowledge. It tests all in one go. The most important thing JEE tests is your mental strength (Not IQ). Will come back... ...more

Preparing for competitive exams is a complex process. Remember IIT JEE is a strategy exam and NOT an IQ test. JEE does not test your intelligence or knowledge or application of knowledge. It tests all in one go. The most important thing JEE tests is your mental strength (Not IQ). Will come back to that later.

  1. You must start from the basics: Start with NCERT, a very good but difficult to comprehend the basic book. NCERT is the perfect book to make very good scholars but not very good test preparation candidates. You need a lot of patience understanding from NCERT alone.

  2. You cannot wait for the moment to arrive for advanced or JEE preparation to begin.

    • Complete the basics.

    • If you can solve all textbook questions easily, move to moderate or Mains level.

    • Repeat the process for advanced level.

  3. These are the basic books which we recommend to all of our students.

    • Besides these I would recommend any good study material (If you are not planning to join any coaching institute). I recommend Bansal’s or Narayana or Brilliant’s for maths. For chemistry, try Allen and for physics, FIIT JEE is best.

    • You can get all this study material for cheap from OLX/Quicker/Old students/Bookstalls.

    • Do not purchase a lot of books just for shelving. Have a basic book for theory and good study material for practice.

    • All good books/study material are essentially the same. They all copy from each other, and 90% content is similar.

  4. Leverage interleaved and spaced learning.

Interleaving means mixing of topics and spaced learning means giving space between topics for better understanding. The mind takes time to grasp any new concept. It has a default time period for grasping new things (Varies from person to person but is usually a week).

Hence don’t finish topics completely in one sitting or even in one week. Zeigarnick effect works for better understanding. According to Zeigarnick’s effect, the mind never forgets unfinished work and deems them important. That is why it is so difficult to forget unfinished lost love!

5.  Take Test (Regularly): Most important differentiator between success and failure in JEE is the frequency of tests. Renowned Super thirty (Anand Kumar) in Patna takes one test per day! On average you must give at least one test per week and one major test per month. It is well documented that tests improve performance by as much as 75%!

6.  Revise: Students feel bored in revision. It is a big differentiator. You have to revise else all hard work is doomed. Use recall method to revise theoretical subjects.

  • Make flashcards.

  • Write answers on one side and questions on another.

  • See questions and then recall.

  • See answers if you cannot recall answers.

For subjects like mathematics, testing is still the best way.

7. Make Notes: Students overwhelmly underestimate the importance of good structured brief notes. Just before one month of the exam, your notes shall serve as a peg in your memory system for a successful recall.

  • Class notes and note made after class contain all audiovisual clues from that class encrypted in them. That is why it is paramount to make notes just after any class (Means make notes of notes after any class)

  • Notes must be elaborative the first time. Every next time (of revision) reduce the notes to one-third of the original. Since Initially, you don’t remember many concepts, descriptive notes are required. Afterwards, you know many things and formulas (super learned), hence you need to reduce the bulk of notes. In the end, your notes must be the only 1/10th of original, precisely not more than 50 pages per subject.

Keep the faith. JEE is a test of your mental strength as I mentioned in the beginning. Few more points

  • Leave the first three questions in the paper since they are usually difficult and twisted. Come back to them later.

  • Skipping questions is more important than attempting questions.

  • With 70% marks in JEE, you will land in top 1000. Aim for that only. This increases your chances and gives you more time to solve the right questions rather than wasting time for wrong questions.

  • Whenever you practice, you must have a time watch nearby. Mind is a habit. Practicing to solve 70% of questions within stipulated time is an important skill to be learned and followed.

 

Final Points

  • You can succeed without coaching or tutors. You must however join any test series (offline and not online) to get experience of real time test and regular motivation.

  • With coaching or without coaching, having a group of 5–10 students work very well for regular motivation and collaborative hard work.

  • Coachings serve the purpose of discipline, motivation, group learning and peer pressure. For a self-motivated child, most coachings are not required. Teachers save your time in learning but still, I suggest self-learning as the best mode of learning (with or without teachers).

 

Last touch

  • Do not become a study manic. Leave at least one day per week recharge your mind. Abstain from all studies on anyone chosen day of week sans revision.

  • Similarly once a month lose free and go for picnic parties etc. Studies are important but not more important than life.

  • Physical work out (Half an hour per day) is very important to keep mind and body in sync. If you miss physical work out (As simple as taking a walk in the park), in six months you will develop mind fog. Worried about losing time? Studies have shown that just 45 minutes of workout (Maybe cardio) per day gives you additional productive three hours. All CEO’s workout. Are you busier than them?

  • Eat clean. A healthy body has the healthy mind. All toxins in junk food have a very bad long term as well as short term effect on memory and cognitive function. You are what you eat. Again don’t take this advice too religiously. You must cheat one a week and grand cheat once a month.

Any other questions?

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Answered on 09/05/2018 IT Courses/Microsoft Training/Microsoft BI (Business Intelligence) Tools/Microsoft Power BI

Hi Kumar, you dont need to have knowledge on SSAS to start working on PBI. You can staright away can join PBI classes. You can contact me for PBI classes if needed.
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Answers by Kalyan (2)

Answered on 28/05/2018 IT Courses

Preparing for competitive exams is a complex process. Remember IIT JEE is a strategy exam and NOT an IQ test. JEE does not test your intelligence or knowledge or application of knowledge. It tests all in one go. The most important thing JEE tests is your mental strength (Not IQ). Will come back... ...more

Preparing for competitive exams is a complex process. Remember IIT JEE is a strategy exam and NOT an IQ test. JEE does not test your intelligence or knowledge or application of knowledge. It tests all in one go. The most important thing JEE tests is your mental strength (Not IQ). Will come back to that later.

  1. You must start from the basics: Start with NCERT, a very good but difficult to comprehend the basic book. NCERT is the perfect book to make very good scholars but not very good test preparation candidates. You need a lot of patience understanding from NCERT alone.

  2. You cannot wait for the moment to arrive for advanced or JEE preparation to begin.

    • Complete the basics.

    • If you can solve all textbook questions easily, move to moderate or Mains level.

    • Repeat the process for advanced level.

  3. These are the basic books which we recommend to all of our students.

    • Besides these I would recommend any good study material (If you are not planning to join any coaching institute). I recommend Bansal’s or Narayana or Brilliant’s for maths. For chemistry, try Allen and for physics, FIIT JEE is best.

    • You can get all this study material for cheap from OLX/Quicker/Old students/Bookstalls.

    • Do not purchase a lot of books just for shelving. Have a basic book for theory and good study material for practice.

    • All good books/study material are essentially the same. They all copy from each other, and 90% content is similar.

  4. Leverage interleaved and spaced learning.

Interleaving means mixing of topics and spaced learning means giving space between topics for better understanding. The mind takes time to grasp any new concept. It has a default time period for grasping new things (Varies from person to person but is usually a week).

Hence don’t finish topics completely in one sitting or even in one week. Zeigarnick effect works for better understanding. According to Zeigarnick’s effect, the mind never forgets unfinished work and deems them important. That is why it is so difficult to forget unfinished lost love!

5.  Take Test (Regularly): Most important differentiator between success and failure in JEE is the frequency of tests. Renowned Super thirty (Anand Kumar) in Patna takes one test per day! On average you must give at least one test per week and one major test per month. It is well documented that tests improve performance by as much as 75%!

6.  Revise: Students feel bored in revision. It is a big differentiator. You have to revise else all hard work is doomed. Use recall method to revise theoretical subjects.

  • Make flashcards.

  • Write answers on one side and questions on another.

  • See questions and then recall.

  • See answers if you cannot recall answers.

For subjects like mathematics, testing is still the best way.

7. Make Notes: Students overwhelmly underestimate the importance of good structured brief notes. Just before one month of the exam, your notes shall serve as a peg in your memory system for a successful recall.

  • Class notes and note made after class contain all audiovisual clues from that class encrypted in them. That is why it is paramount to make notes just after any class (Means make notes of notes after any class)

  • Notes must be elaborative the first time. Every next time (of revision) reduce the notes to one-third of the original. Since Initially, you don’t remember many concepts, descriptive notes are required. Afterwards, you know many things and formulas (super learned), hence you need to reduce the bulk of notes. In the end, your notes must be the only 1/10th of original, precisely not more than 50 pages per subject.

Keep the faith. JEE is a test of your mental strength as I mentioned in the beginning. Few more points

  • Leave the first three questions in the paper since they are usually difficult and twisted. Come back to them later.

  • Skipping questions is more important than attempting questions.

  • With 70% marks in JEE, you will land in top 1000. Aim for that only. This increases your chances and gives you more time to solve the right questions rather than wasting time for wrong questions.

  • Whenever you practice, you must have a time watch nearby. Mind is a habit. Practicing to solve 70% of questions within stipulated time is an important skill to be learned and followed.

 

Final Points

  • You can succeed without coaching or tutors. You must however join any test series (offline and not online) to get experience of real time test and regular motivation.

  • With coaching or without coaching, having a group of 5–10 students work very well for regular motivation and collaborative hard work.

  • Coachings serve the purpose of discipline, motivation, group learning and peer pressure. For a self-motivated child, most coachings are not required. Teachers save your time in learning but still, I suggest self-learning as the best mode of learning (with or without teachers).

 

Last touch

  • Do not become a study manic. Leave at least one day per week recharge your mind. Abstain from all studies on anyone chosen day of week sans revision.

  • Similarly once a month lose free and go for picnic parties etc. Studies are important but not more important than life.

  • Physical work out (Half an hour per day) is very important to keep mind and body in sync. If you miss physical work out (As simple as taking a walk in the park), in six months you will develop mind fog. Worried about losing time? Studies have shown that just 45 minutes of workout (Maybe cardio) per day gives you additional productive three hours. All CEO’s workout. Are you busier than them?

  • Eat clean. A healthy body has the healthy mind. All toxins in junk food have a very bad long term as well as short term effect on memory and cognitive function. You are what you eat. Again don’t take this advice too religiously. You must cheat one a week and grand cheat once a month.

Any other questions?

Redirect to comments.

Tags:

IIT JEE

Test Preparation

Answers 6 Comments
Dislike Bookmark

Answered on 09/05/2018 IT Courses/Microsoft Training/Microsoft BI (Business Intelligence) Tools/Microsoft Power BI

Hi Kumar, you dont need to have knowledge on SSAS to start working on PBI. You can staright away can join PBI classes. You can contact me for PBI classes if needed.
Answers 9 Comments
Dislike Bookmark

Kalyan Kumar Bandi describes himself as Trainer. He conducts classes in MS SQL Integration, MS SQL Reporting and MSBI. Kalyan is located in Kukatpally, Hyderabad. Kalyan takes at students Home, Regular Classes- at his Home and Online Classes- via online medium. He has 8 years of teaching experience . Kalyan has completed Master of Computer Applications (M.C.A.) from Osmania University in 2011. HeĀ is well versed in Punjabi, Telugu, Hindi and English. Kalyan has got 27 reviews till now with 100% positive feedback.

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