The thing I admire the most about IMFS is the support I received from everyone. I wouldn’t have been able to achieve what I have without this helping environment. I am very grateful to the entire team of IMFS for helping me fulfill my dream of studying in well renowned institution.Special Thanks to Mr. K.P. Singh Sir For his humorous but resourceful teaching.It has been an honour to study under the guidance of such a wise man.
Thankyou very much.
Hey there friend,
Forgive me for not calling you 'Sir' and instead calling you a 'friend' but that's just what you were to me throughout the course of this class. More often than not you were that best friend of mine, who would always sit together with me on the last bench and who would always manage to crack me up. Let me tell you this thing which I tell all my friends (especially the ones not at IMFS and even the ones not even looking for a Masters): Your lectures are a treat!
They truly are (Or should I say 'were', as I may not get to attend them anymore). I savour every minute of every lecture of yours and I am going to relish every moment I had been a part of your lectures. Your lectures are plain simple 'genius'. Telling story after story, and unraveling answer after answer. Somewhere in between introducing the pattern of GRE and demonstrating how to take a shot of Glucon-D, you made me grow. Not only in terms of how to tackle the GRE but in life generally. Your profound knowledge knew no bounds, and your determination, to transfer the same to us, knew none either.
Your love for political debates, your unflinching allegiance to the Cassius Clay (I remember the word 'ambidextrous' because of it), your habit of making fun of husbands, your multilingual verses (problem che ne) and the way you reminisce the days when you used to play hockey. I will treasure all of it, every ounce of it. Your lectures weren't just lectures about English but you would often end up teaching more about life and less about English.
I always tell my friends about you. You are possibly the best teacher I have had in my life after my parents. But apart from a teacher, you're a great stand up comedian. Verbal lectures which would otherwise be traumatising are a breeze in the presence of your funny anecdotes. I always tell my friends how, had you not been a teacher, you would make a great comic artist. (Which is ironic as we did an RC on that topic today)
You're among the very few teachers whom I have met in life, who are truly in love with their profession. Some do it for money, some do it out of habit, some do it because they have to - but you do it because you 'want' to! That glint in your eyes when you stand in front of the entire class with that wide smile, finding its way out of your beard, tells it all. Even a blind person would be entire class with that wide smile, finding its way out of your beard, tells it all. Even a blind person would be able to see the immense joy you feel by teaching. You just belong there.
You might not remember this (or maybe you would), but I'm the guy who came to your office asking for the Rs. 50 that you had bet in the class. I remember standing at the entrance of your office (Borivali branch) and telling you I will save it - and I still have it safe, folded away in a corner in my cupboard.
I'm sorry for writing so much and for you to having read so much, but I just couldn't help it. Today was the last lecture of the course and it was longest of them all (4 hours). After that last lecture, instead of reveling in happiness because it was finally over, I, somewhere in my heart, felt sad. Sad because I will no longer get to 'enjoy' your lectures again. I will not get to 'enjoy' your jokes. I will not get to 'enjoy' your stories. I will not get to 'enjoy' your experiences. I will not get to 'enjoy' THE K.P. Singh. (No sexual innuendo intended :P) Consider this as a big 'Thank You' for all your teachings from an equally big if not more big fan of yours. I loved lectures and always will.
With that I will end this long monologue and hoping that this note finds its way to you and doesn't get lost in the sea of emails you receive.
To begin with, I would like to Thank the entire IMFS
team for the effort they put in to enable success for each student.
Joining IMFS for GRE and TOEFL coaching and Counseling was the best
decision I made. I was recommended to IMFS by one of my friend and
ex-student of IMFS Sagar Shinde, he said that staff at IMFS treat you
as family, and I found it to be true.
GRE and TOEFL Teaching at IMFS is amazing. Professors are well experienced and they teach from rudimentary steps and making the concepts very clear. Also, the study materials and test materials provided were very helpful. Counseling is the best part at IMFS, I got all the help needed at each stage from the very supportive and friendly staff at Borivali Branch, making the process a smooth sail.
I wish IMFS all the very best for their future endeavors.
Respected Singh Sir,
By virtue of your invaluable blessings, I was able to secure an admission to the most coveted "Northeastern University" in Boston where I will be pursuing my M.S. in "Energy Systems" starting Fall 2016. I always had immense desire and passion for doing research in the fields of renewable energy and automobile engineering. Therefore, after achieving the first step towards my dream, I am not only thankful to God and my parents but also to you for your blessings, your guidance and individual attention and your constant nurture and push towards acquiring more knowledge about the nitty-gritties of science and its applications.
I will always be inspired by your ever striving attitude for performing the duties of a teacher with perfection. No words can describe such a noble profession. You are a role model to many students like us. I wish to meet you again someday after achieving my goals in life, which I think will be an apt way of showing you my love and respect for your selfless service.
I hope you have a very successful life of your own filled with love and happiness from both your family and students and may many students benefit from your teachings and guidance and make a life out of the education imparted to them. Kindly convey my gratitude to all other staff members and the whole IMFS family all of whom I can't thank enough.
My heartfelt prayers and "Namaste" at your feet. Thank you sir.
I would start with the GRE and TOEFL coaching that I got from IMFS. Thanks to K.P. Singh sir, Nitin sir and Debby ma'am I could do so well in my exams. I had to prepare for Quants and Verbal from level zero and the tutoring, tips and tricks given by them were so much in handy that things became easier in the exams. Debbi mam helped us prepare for TOEFL in the most practical way (speaking, listening, writing and reading in the class itself). The Counselling services provided by IMFS are fantastic. For that I thank Neelu mam, Sneha ma'am and K.P. Singh sir. They took all the efforts to help me with almost everything, like I was being spoonfed. Although I pestered them with lots of changes in my SOP and Universities selection and also with a lot of unnecessary questions, they helped me without any hassles. K.P. Singh sir even helped me for making a new SOP which I needed for a program change. Additionally, at IMFS, I was helped with other things like making packets to send to the universities, cheaper couriers and most importantly preparing for VISA interviews! I would want to thank every staff of IMFS for helping me to get such a great University, WPI which I had never thought of expecting an admit from, Neelu and Sneha ma'am knows best how skeptical I was. Finally, I am happy with my LORs, SOP and my University!
If your career goal is to pursue higher studies in the United States, IMFS is the right place to be! I will share my experience with you all guys, when I heard about KP Singh consultancy from my friends I was thinking who this guy is. After I joined the visa counseling from start till the end he was there with me. Especially the literature he drafts for each student (each one is unique) as also the specific details he provides are noteworthy. I got an opportunity to attend his class session one time and it was so lively and full of humor that every student were enjoying their studies for both the verbal and quantitative sections. The most important part is the teaching technique used by Prof. K.P. Singh sir is truly unique. On above that, the faculty members at thane branch Sachin bhai, Poonam ma'am, Pooja ma'am, Sneha ma'am, they were all supportive to solve my queries especially one person my dearest Neelu mam, from the online registration till the completion of visa counseling she was there continuously with me throughout the day. Without Neelu ma'am I could not have done anything and if my dream came true and flying to USA only because of my Neelu ma'am. Thank you for everything Neelu ma'am. One more guy, I really want to thank you Mr. Jagat sir who is truly a great supportive person whenever I was been in trouble in visa session. I will truly miss u all.
I would recommend IMFS to every student’s who is looking for overseas education in USA.
I have been meaning to write to you for quite some time now, but I think there is no better moment than this one. I graduated from UNC Charlotte after 2 years of pursuing MS in Electrical Engineering. It has been a while since I graduated in May and have been stressed up with the job search. The wait was finally worth it as I ended up getting two job offers in a span of 10 days, one from Whirlpool and one from Extreme Networks. It was a tough choice no doubt given the size of a company like Whirlpool, but I got offered the position of a Senior Associate Systems Engineer with Extreme Networks, compared to an entry level position at Whirlpool. In the end, the position along with a significantly better pay made the decision easier for me and today I completed my first day at Extreme Networks. All the hard work finally came to fruition today, but none of it would have happened without your guidance and support in the very first step I took in this direction. It is said that the first step taken towards our dreams is the most crucial one and you played a major part as a mentor providing the best guidance at that stage. That coupled with the moral and financial support from my parents. Without you all, I would have never even had the opportunity to achieve whatever I could to begin with. Thank you for your blessings Sir. I still have the 1 Dollar Bill that you gave and the words that accompanied with it; to keep adding zeros to it. I have literally gone through all the stages of adding zeros one by one.
The first time, earning 100$ through college activities, then 1000$ by working at a restaurant, followed by earning $10k during my internship and now finally getting a full time job, just falling little short of adding another zero but a really significant moment for me nevertheless. I really fall short of words to describe how grateful I am and how much I would like to thank you repeatedly. I look forward to meeting you soon, either in the US or when I visit India this December. Thank you very very much for all your support Sir!
Dear K.P. Sir,
Genetics Society of America (GSA) has appointed me as the co-chair of the Communication and Scientific Outreach subcommittee. I would now have the opportunity to bridge the gap between the Scientists and the common people here in the USA and get a chance to influence young minds to pursue higher education in Science. This is my 3rd year here in Massachusetts and getting such an opportunity while doing my PhD is all because of all your blessings and the efforts IMFS took to fulfil my dream. Thank you so much, Sir.
I want to thank the entire team of IMFS for all the guidance and help. You really made my life simple. When students all around me were struggling with the tedious admission procedure, I wasn't. The reason is the amazing team of IMFS. I wanted to thank each person of the IMFS team who made my journey comfortable but I worry that I may miss out on somebody considering there are so many people, the staff and the mentors. But being audacious for the moment, I think, let me give it a try.
K.P. SINGH Sir:
During one of the IMFS seminars, Debby Mam had invited you on stage by saying "Please put your hands together for the dashing and charismatic, Mr. K. P. Singh". Debby Mam couldn't be more perfect than this. I wouldn't think of any other adjective that could describe you in a better way than this. "Dashing" and "Charismatic". Thank you Sir for always being there, for always explaining things to us patiently, for answering our queries on mails irrespective of how silly they would sound to you and for hundred other things I can't even start describing. When I grow up and enter the professional life, I wish I develope the same passion and the same zeal for work as you have.
How important Manoj Sir is to me is same as importance of quant during the GRE for an engineer with poor verbal skills. I hope you get the picture ;p (that student is more or less me). I remember the mental state I was in a day prior to my GRE, on the verge of tears and no confidence about the test next day. I had come to meet Manoj Sir at Dadar branch to solve some doubts. On seeing me, he realized that I needed motivation class more than I needed quant class. And so he give one to me. An hour long lecture. When I was going back home, I was feeling miraculously light. It seemed unreal but it happened for sure. And I do owe that to him forever.
I was awstruck when I heard Debby Ma'am speak about AWA section in her first class with us. She was mesmerizing. I have spoken so much about her in front of college friends (even including the non-IMFS friends) that they all probably know her by heart. Whenever I had a shadow of doubt in my mind or hesitant about some thing, she is the right person to ask. You will get the truth, the simple truth. No beating around the Bush and no sugar coating. She would lay plain and forthcoming facts in front of us whenever we needed it. It was always "Take it or leave it". Thank you Mam for encouraging me to apply for NCSU in the first place when I was contemplating whether it's to ambitious for me.
Even before I start thanking you for everything you have done for me, I would want to start by saying sorry. I don't know how many times I might have called you to ask trivial doubts like "Kitne marksheet ka Xerox lu?" :p But there you were! Patiently answering my doubts and maybe that of hundreds of different students like me asking the same stupid doubt. Not once you showed even a bit of irritation or displeasure.Hats off!! So thank you for being there; from the time you and Devika Mam would adjust my GRE mock tests timing to suit my college timings to the time you made sure I was ready for the Visa interview.
FOR THE ENTIRE TEAM OF IMFS:
For what you all have done for me, "Thank you" is a very small, shallow word. But I can't think of anything else. Keep inspiring students like me and thousands more who are yet to come. May the drive, passion and the energy you all have never ever die. Thank you once again.
See you all around.
The team was very chilled out and supportive, exactly what I needed. They drafted a very well-thought SOP for me and even helped me draft my Personal Statement. I am overall satisfied with the counseling services of IMFS.
I started up for a voyage, a journey which can land me into a position where I can cherish each and every professional goals I ever dreamt or even ever percepted. After completing my graduation in 2013 with major in Neurological Rehabilitation, I joined Dr. D.Y. University, Pune as an Assistant Professor which in itself was a great success for me. Very soon I realized the immense thirst prevailing within me for learning and implementing the research and technological advancement. I decided to apply for my Doctorate to well reputed American Universities with a hope of satiating my thirst, but my own decisions came to me as a nightmare as I was completely unknown to the chances of mine making to such reputed universities. Luckily I met K.P Singh Sir and Mrs. Sarita Sinha at IMFS, Pune who not only made me believe that I am credible student for doctorate but also made me aware of the funding options available. It was a great relief for me.
Very soon I found myself sitting among the people much younger to me, mostly in the age group of 23-25, and the best part was: I was a student here, no more a professor. The teaching style at IMFS is truly unsurpassable. I was amazed to see the way K.P Singh Sir, Nitin Sir and Mrs. Sarita Mam used to hold the attention of the whole class with their brain boosting conversations. Sir and Mam both helped me in learning the core of the verbal section of the GRE and also taught me every skill required to ace the TOEFL. It was only because of their guidance which helped me to score well in the GRE verbal and TOEFL. The another obstacle was quantitative section of GRE, it was almost 11 years since I last touched mathematics book, but the fabulously knitted techniques of Mr. Nitin helped me in touching the score which was considered too good for a non-engineering student. The constant support of Ms. Rashmi in terms of filling ds160, document preparation and Visa application is truly commendable and I found her bestowed with immense management skills.
GRE and TOEFL exams were over and we were spearheading towards the application session. With the constant guidance from K.P Singh Sir and Mrs. Sarita, I started mailing my professors of interest and she even taught us the way we should draft an email. For a matter of surprise, I mailed 24 professor and 21 among them were ready to accept me as a PhD scholar. It was a real confidence boost. I applied to five universities and got admit from three, among which two were fully funded. I decide to accept the offer from the State University of New York at Stony Brook and started preparing for my Visa Interview under the guidance of Sir & Ma'am and succeeded too. I will be joining my PhD in Health and Rehabilitation sciences with concentration in movement rehabilitation in Spinal Cord Injury patients in fall 2016. I am pretty excited to see the research facility over there. Stony Brook Medicine is considered as one of the best medical universities of USA and I am privileged to be a part of it.
IMFS gave wings to my dreams and as I have promised to Mrs. Sarita, I will use these wings to fly to John Hopkins. Good Luck IMFS for future endeavour.
It has been an amazing journey. From the day I stepped in for counselling, you guys have helped me pursue my dream to set my foot in California. It would have been a mess and a strenuous work, if you guys wouldn't have been behind my back to get my stuff done.
Thanks a ton!!! Love you guys
IMFS, a profound name that rings the bells of success in many students' minds, helping them reach a point which was once a cherished dream of their life. The best thing about IMFS is the kind and sweet manner in which each and every student is treated no matter the background of the student. I personally have had an awesome one-of-a-kind experience with the enlightenment and the equal hospitality received from K.P. Singh Sir, undoubtedly he is one of the most cheerful, kind, loving and helpful personality I have met in my life.
Words are too less to describe the guidance and help that I have received from the IMFS staff, teaching and non-teaching both, for this was an unknown path and they served us as a bright light and helped us not to stumble or fall along the way. I wish I could learn more from K.P. Sir as he is an excellent mentor, a motivator and a person who has changed the way we perceive things for the greater good and I will be eternally grateful for his teachings and moral values.
I am now proceeding towards my ambition to start (and finish with good grades) my Masters in Information Systems at the Northeaster University, Boston. I am thankful to the entire staff of IMFS Thane branch and would like to take a bow to show my respect and gratitude for the services I have been provided. Surely, it was a soothing and wonderful journey of an year right from the point I started getting mentored for GRE to the point of counselling where I was done with my visa and other formalities.
I would definitely recommend IMFS to all my friends and colleagues who wish to study abroad. Cheers to the IMFS Team
Had a wonderful experience right from attending GRE sessions till the final mock test with K.P. Singh Sir. In between this journey D Souza sir guided me through each step. D'Souza sir guided me how to get transcripts and also helped me in getting my attested mark sheets. My first attempt was in 2013 when I scored very less around 280. I consulted him and again attempted in 2015, again scored less around 289-290. I completely thought of changing my dream...but D'Souza Sir bolstered my confidence and suggested me to give one more attempt which I did and scored 297 (not Good but decent for me). I would also like to thank other staff members like Parwinder Sir, Diana Ma'am for there valuable suggestion and support. Last but not the least I would like to thank Sameer for his assistance as well.
IMFS Borivali has a staff of flamboyant knowledge that attracts students from other facilities as well. I am sure anyone counselling with IMFS will be bullish about his/her future. IMFS is not a business to just earn money like others, but it actually give wings to your dreams. I will never forget IMFS for giving wings to my dreams.