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January 3, 2020 • 4:18 pm

SBI Clerk 2020 Recruitment- Exam Date, Eligibility, Syllabus & Admit Card

SBI Clerk 2020 Recruitment

SBI Clerk is the golden opportunity for all the interested candidates who want to enhance their skill in the banking sector. SBI posted more than 8000+ vacancies for the SBI Clerk. After joining the SBI bank you will be working in India’s largest bank and getting the fair salary along with other allowances.

So, if you want to work as a Clerk in the State Bank of India, then this article will be a perfect one to guide you.

Here, in this article, you will get the detailed information related with SBI Clerk Recruitment.

 

 SBI Clerk Notification 2020

 SBI Clerk Eligibility

 SBI Clerk Application Form

 SBI Clerk Exam Pattern

 SBI Clerk Important Topics

 SBI Clerk Admit Card 2020

SBI Clerk Result

 SBI Clerk Cut Off Marks

 

 

 

SBI Clerk Notification 2020

 

The State Bank of India has released the official notice for the Clerical Cadre. SBI hire the candidates for the Clerical job in two phases preliminary exam and mains exam. The application process for the same has been started from 03rd January 2020 and it will end on 26th January 2020.

Below we have catered the list of all the events with their dates. Check the list below.

 

Exam Events

Tentative Dates

SBI Clerk 2020 Notification

03rd January 2020

Online Application Process

03rd to 26th January 2020

SBI Prelims 2020 Admit Card

From 04th February 2020

Preliminary Exam

Feb/March 2020

SBI Clerk Prelims Result March/April 2020

Admit Card (Mains Exam)

From 2nd Week of April 2020

SBI Clerk 2020 Mains Exam

19th April 2020

SBI Clerk Mains Result April/May 2020
 

 

 

SBI Clerk Eligibility - Age Limit & Educational Qualification

 

SBI has made certain instructions regarding the eligibility criteria. Candidates who will fulfill all the criteria will only be given chance to appear in the SBI Clerk exam. SBI has divided the eligibility criteria into 3 variants which are as follows:

Age Limit

Educational Qualification

Nationality

Before filling the SBI Clerk online application, candidates must accomplish all the eligibility factors. You may visit this link SBI Clerk 2020 Eligibility Criteria.

 

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SBI Clerk Online Application Form – Apply Online

 

Candidates who are aspiring to appear in the SBI Clerk 2020 exam must fill the online form to appear in the exam.

Many aspirants face difficulty while applying online. To help out the candidates, Eduncle has come up with the complete procedure to get registered for the exam.

You can check the step-by-step procedure to fill the SBI Clerk 2020 Online Application Form here.

Before filling the online form please read the instructions carefully to avoid any mistake.

After filling the application form, it’s now time to check what all subjects and topics you will be studying for the exam. So, below is the detailed SBI SO Syllabus and Exam Pattern.

Let’s check it out.

 

 

 

SBI Clerk Exam Pattern 2020 for Prelims and Mains Exam

 

SBI Clerk exam is divided into two phases. Preliminary exam and the Mains exam. Candidate who will successfully clear the preliminary exam will be eligible to appear in the mains exam.

Before starting your preparation for the exam, you must check the complete exam pattern and syllabus as this will help you to know what all topics you will be studying for the exam. SBI Clerk Exam Pattern for both the phases are different. You can check the exam pattern for both the stages from the link mentioned below.

 

 

 

SBI Clerk Important Topics - Strategize your Preparation Accordingly

 

After knowing the important topics for SBI Clerk Exam, you can plan your preparations accordingly. You should give more time to these topics as these carry the maximum weightage.

So, here we are providing the list of important topics for SBI Clerk Exam. Check it out below.

 

 

Phase 1: Section Wise Important Topics

 

Here you will get the section wise important topics for the SBI Clerk Preliminary exam. Check the table listed below:

 

S.No.

Subject

Important Topics

1.

English Language

Error Detection

Fill in the Blanks

Paragraph Conclusion

Synonyms and antonyms

Vocabulary based Questions

2.

Numerical Ability

Simplification

Data Sufficiency

Data Interpretation

Ratio and proportion

Speed Distance and Work Time

3.

Reasoning Ability

Blood relation

Coding-Decoding

Syllogism

Age Puzzle

Directions

 

 

You can check the list of important topics for Phase 2 Exam and also the complete exam pattern here - SBI Clerk Syllabus & Exam Pattern.

 

 

 

SBI Clerk Admit Card – Download Now

 

SBI will release the SBI Prelims Admit Card tentatively on 02nd February 2020 and Main Admit Card in 02nd week of April 2020. By following the given steps, candidates can download the SBI Clerk hall ticket.

 

Visit the official website of the SBI https://www.sbi.co.in/careers.

Click on Recruitment of Junior Associates option and click on download the call letter from the scroll down bar.

Click on download examination call letter.

Fill all the required credential like your registration number, Date of birth or Password and the Security code.

After filling all the required area click on the login.

Once you fill all the credentials correct you can fetch your SBI Clerk Admit card on your screen.

 

 

 

SBI Clerk Result 2020

 

SBI will declare the separate result and cut-off marks for both the stages. Candidates are required to meet the cut-off marks for each section individually to clear the exam. Prelims result will be declared in the month of March/April 2020 and Main Result in April/May 2020.

You can check the latest information regarding SBI Clerk Result and also the cut off marks for previous years.

Here, in this article we tried to gather all the SBI Clerk 2020 important information along with the exam pattern, syllabus, result and cut-off marks.

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