SBI Clerk 2024: Notification, Exam Date, Online Form, Vacancies & Final Result

State Bank of India Clerk Exam 2023 ( SBI Clerk )

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Updated on Jul 16, 2024 12:26 IST

SBI Clerk 2024: State Bank of India (SBI) will release SBI Clerk notification 2024 in November 2024. SBI Clerk Notification 2024 will be released to fill up vacancies for the post of Junior Associate (Customer Support & Sales). The notification will be released in PDF form and comprises the important details related to the exam. SBI Clerk application form 2024 will be released online after the release of the notification. Any graduate candidate between 20 and 28 years can apply for the exam. 

The selection process of SBI Clerk 2024 will comprise prelims exam, mains exam, and language proficiency test. SBI Clerk exam dates 2024 will be mentioned in the notification. Candidates must keep the exam dates handy so that they do not miss any event related to the exam. Read below for more details on SBI Clerk 2024 exam.

Q:   When SBI Clerk 2024 notification will be released?

A:

SBI Clerk 2024 notification 2024 will be released in November 2024. Last year, the notification was released on November 16, 2023. The notification is released on the official website in PDF form. The notification carries all the details related to the exam. Before applying for the exam, candidates must read the notification carefully to understand the exam well. The selection process of SBI Clerk comprises prelims and Mains exams. The prelims exam is qualifying in nature. The final selection is done through the Mains exam. Candidates qualifying the Mains exam are required to appear for the language proficiency test. In this test, candidates are judged based on their proficiency in the language of the state they have applied for.

 

Q:   When SBI Clerk 2024 application form will be released?

A:

SBI Clerk application form 2024 will be released along with the notification in November. Interested candidates who fulfill the eligibility criteria need to apply online for the exam. The application process comprises several steps such as registration, uploading of scanned photograph and signature, filling the detailed application form, uploading the handwritten declaration and left thumb impression and paying the application fees. The application fees can be paid online. The application fees for the exam is INR 750 for the General and OBC categories. SC/ ST/ PWD/ XS categories are exempted from fee payment. 

 

Q:   Can an SBI Clerk become a manager?

A:
Yes, an SBI Clerk can become a manager. The State Bank of India offers many opportunities for junior associates (clerk) to advance in a banking career. Prior to being qualified for a promotion based on merit, you must finish a required service period as a junior associate. You can become a manager in the following ways: 1. Become a trainee officer after qualifying for an internal examination. This option is available after three years and is a reasonably challenging route. After getting upgraded to the TO post, you can advance to the post of manager at a later stage. 2. Become a Junior Manager Grade Officer Scale-I by passing an internal exam after six years of service. You can rise to the post of assistant general manager or higher. 3. After six years of service, you can apply for the OJM internal exam to get promoted to officer rank under the fast track promotion channel. Under the normal promotion channel, you need to have completed 12 years of service to be considered for officer promotion.
 

Q:   What are the extra benefits that an SBI Clerk gets other than the salary?

A:
The salary of SBI clerks includes additional pay and allowances. In addition to their monthly salary, SBI clerks also receive the following benefits: 1. A bank contribution each month to their Provident Fund 2. SBI provides monthly fuel, entertainment, and newspaper grants to its clerks. 3. They have access to medical benefits like 100% reimbursement for self-treatment in hospitals. 4. SBI employees are eligible for loans with a reduced interest rate under the staff loan programme. 5. The SBI clerks also get the leave fare concession for their travel to their hometowns.
 

Q:   Which one is better SBI Clerk or IBPS Clerk?

A:

Both SBI Clerk and IBPS Clerk are almost equal in terms of salary, pay structure, job profile, career growth, promotion aspects, etc. However, there is a slight difference in salary and allowance. Also, all these depends on the candidate's perspectives and expectation from the job. The main job of SBI Clerk is to handle all the cash deposits and withdrawals. They are responsible for monetary transaction activities handled whether by cash, cheque, demand draft, or any other method. SBI Clerk payscale is INR 17,900-1000/3-20,900-1230/3-24590-1490/4-30550-17,30/7-42,600-3270/1-45,930-1990/1-47,920. The starting salary of SBI Clerk is between the range of INR 26,000 to 29,000. Candidates are offered Dearness Allowance, House Rent Allowance, Transport Allowance, Special Allowance, City Allowance, Medical Allowance, Newspaper Allowance and Furniture Allowance.  The first Basic Pay for IBPS Clerk is INR 19,900. The IBPS Clerk Pay Scale is INR 19,900-1000/1-20,900-1230/3-24,590-1490/4-30,550-1730/7-42,600-3270/1-45,930-1990/1-47,920. The minimum basic pay for IBPS Clerk is INR19, 900 while the maximum is INR 47,920. The promotion process is faster in SBI than other public sector banks. 

 

 

What is SBI Clerk Exam?

SBI Clerk exam is conducted by SBI every year to recruit candidates for Clerical Cadre posts. Every year a large number of graduate candidates apply for the post of Junior Associate (Customer Support and Sales). Candidates who are recruited as SBI clerks are designated as cashiers, depositors and other posts that form the face of a particular SBI Bank branch. 

The selection process is divided into two stages-preliminary and mains exams. However, candidates applying for the vacancies of a particular state should be proficient (reading, writing, speaking and understanding) in the specified opted local language of that State/UT/Special area. The test for knowledge of the specified opted local language will be conducted as a part of selection process. It will be conducted after qualifying the online main examination but before joining the Bank. Candidates who fail to qualify this test will not be offered an appointment. 

Candidates selected through SBI Clerk (Junior Associate) are responsible for all the client interactions and related operations. They are basically designated as cashiers, depositors, etc. 

 

 

Q:   Are three months enough for SBI Clerk preparation?

A:
The time required to crack SBI Clerk exam depend upon the level of preparation and familiarity with the study materials. It is not easy to crack SBI Clerk exam in three months. However, with hard work and dedication candidates attain success in the exam. SBI Clerk preparation requires reviewing the syllabus, practicing sample questions, staying up-to-date with the latest exam pattern and format. It is also important to take regular mock tests to analyse the performance inorder to identify areas that need improvement. The tips and tricks to prepare for SBI Clerk exam in three months are given below: Divide or break down the study plan in a way that candidates can cover each and every topic given in the SBI Clerk syllabus. Candidates should make the segregation based on the prelims and mains exams Candidates need to create a realistic timetable as per the latest SBI Clerk Exam syllabus. Moreover, stick to the timetable and make suitable changes if needed After going through the SBI Clerk syllabus, candidates can easily find out their strong and weak areas Candidates can enhance their speed and accuracy by attempting mock tests Candidates should also practice previous years question papers
 

Q:   When SBI Clerk 2023 notification was released?

A:

SBI Clerk notification 2023 was released on November 16, 2023. The notification was released on the official website in PDF form. The notification PDF comprises important details related to the exam such as application process, eligibility, vacancies, exam pattern, important instructions related to the exam, etc. Candidates before applying should read the notification carefully inorder to understand the exam. SBI Clerk notification is released to select eligible candidates for the post of Junior Associate Customer Support and Sales. The selection process of SBI Clerk comprises prelims and mains exams. The prelims exam is qualifying in nature. The final merit list is prepared based on the marks obtained in the mains exam. Candidates qualifying the mains exam are called for Language Proficiency Test. It is important to clear the Language Proficiency Test. In Language Proficiency Test, candidates are judged based on their ability to read, write and speak the local language of the state they have applied for.

 

Q:   Is SBI Clerk exam more difficult than IBPS Clerk?

A:

Both SBI Clerk and IBPS Clerk exams are competitive and require dedicated preparation. However, it is difficult to say which one is more difficult as the level of difficulty can vary from year to year and also depends on an individual’s strengths and weaknesses. It is best to thoroughly prepare for both exams and attempt them to the best of your abilities. The syllabus and pattern of SBI Clerk and IBPS Clerk are almost similar. The selection process of SBI Clerk and IBPS Clerk exam include prelims and mains exams. However, candidates appearing for the SBI Clerk exam are required to appear for Language Proficiency Test after qualifying the mains exam. The prelims exam of IBPS Clerk and SBI Clerk comprises three sections- English Language, Numerical Ability, and Reasoning Ability. The prelims exam is conducted for 100 marks. The mains exam of IBPS Clerk and SBI Clerk comprises General/ Financial Awareness, General English, Quantitative Aptitude and Reasoning Ability & Computer Aptitude. The total marks allotted to the test are 200.

 

SBI Clerk 2024 Dates

Take a look at the table below for the complete schedule of SBI Clerk 2023 exam

DatesPast Exam Dates

Jun '24

SBI Clerk Final Result 2024

04 Mar '24

SBI Clerk Mains Exam Date 2023

25 Feb '24

SBI Clerk Mains Exam Date 2023

SBI Clerk Recruitment Highlights

SBI Clerk recruitment is largely participated by the banking aspirants. Graduates of any discipline from any recognised educational institution can apply for SBI Clerk recruitment. For more details about SBI Clerk recruitment, go through the summary table below.

Exam Particulars Exam Details

Exam Name

SBI Clerk

Conducting Body

State Bank of India 

Exam Level

National level

Exam Frequency

Once a year 

Mode of Exam

Online

Total Registrations

Approx. 20 lakh 

Exam Stages

Prelims, Mains and Local Language Test

Exam Fees

INR 750 for the General

SC/ ST/ PWD/ XS candidates are exempted from fee payment

Exam Duration

Preliminary: One hour

Mains: 2 hours 40 minutes 

No. of Papers and Total Marks

Prelims: Three (100 marks)

Mains: Four (200 marks)

Total Questions

Prelims: 100 

Mains: 190

Marking Scheme

1/4th of the mark assigned for the question are deducted for each wrong answer

Language/Medium of Exam

English and Hindi

Exam Purpose

To select eligible candidates for Junior Associates (Customer Support & Sales)

No. of Test Cities

More than 150 cities (Approximately)

Official Website

sbi.co.in/careers

Contact Details

022-22820427

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Q:   How long does it take to pass the SBI Clerk exam?

A:
According to the testimony of many successful SBI Clerk exam candidates, it takes at least six months to pass. The reason is that it is a two-stage exam with vast syllabuses for prelims and Mains. The preliminary stage consists of three sections, which are: English language, reasoning ability, and numerical ability. For the main stage, there are a total of four sections, with "general" and "financial awareness" as additional sections. The aspirants are required to cover the completed syllabus and then practice for both stages. After clearing these stages, shortlisted aspirants have to pass a language proficiency test. Therefore, you need a minimum of six months to pass this exam. Depending on their level of preparation, some may require less time.
 

Q:   What are the extra benefits that an SBI Clerk gets other than the salary?

A:
The salary of SBI clerks includes additional pay and allowances. In addition to their monthly salary, SBI clerks also receive the following benefits: 1. A bank contribution each month to their Provident Fund 2. SBI provides monthly fuel, entertainment, and newspaper grants to its clerks. 3. They have access to medical benefits like 100% reimbursement for self-treatment in hospitals. 4. SBI employees are eligible for loans with a reduced interest rate under the staff loan programme. 5. The SBI clerks also get the leave fare concession for their travel to their hometowns.
 

Q:   Can I pass the SBI Clerk exam in two months?

A:
The SBI Clerk exam requires a minimum of six months of study to pass. If you can put in equivalent efforts in two months, you can qualify as an SBI Clerk in two months. Here are some expert tips that you may follow to succeed in this exam with two months' study: 1. Read the exam syllabus to understand areas of which you are well aware and require minimal study. 2. Analyze the previous year's question paper to mark important topics. 3. For the initial four weeks, focus on these important and repeating topics. 4. Practice a minimum of three sectional tests in the first month and analyze your improvement. 5. Beginning in the second month, start taking the full-length test in an exam-like setting. 6. Memorize square and cube roots up to 30. Also, memorize tables to speed up numerical calculations. 7. Topics for GS include banking and economics as they relate to CA and GK. 8. In English focus on important topics such as subject-verb agreement, prepositions, and verbs etc. 9. In the last month before the SBI Clerk exam, you should concentrate on accuracy. 10. In the two weeks before the exam, go over the previous three years' question papers.
 

SBI Clerk Notification 2024

SBI Clerk Notification 2024 will be released in November 2024. The notification of SBI Clerk will be released to select eligible candidates for the post of Junior Associates (Customer Support & Sales). SBI PO exam dates 2024 will be announced along with the notification. SBI Clerk is one of the most competitive exams for one of the most prestigious job profiles in bank. SBI Clerk notification PDF 2024 will be released on the official website-sbi.co.in in PDF form. Candidates who are recruited as SBI Clerks are designated as cashiers, appearing depositors and other posts.

 

Q:   What is the training duration for an SBI clerk?

A:
The total training duration of an SBI Clerk is six months. The probationary period for SBI clerks begins with induction training at the State Bank Institute of Learning and Development. This period lasts for one to two weeks at the state branch where they are posted. Later, trainees are assigned to their respective branches, where they undergo practical training for the banking process. This period lasts around five months, after which they work as junior associates in their respective branches. If associates are unable to successfully complete their training, their training period will be extended.
 

Q:   In how many years will an SBI Clerk become a PO?

A:
You cannot become a probationary officer (PO) through promotions. However, after three or six years of service as an SBI Clerk you can become an officer. From the clerk position, you have two options for becoming an officer at SBI: 1. You are eligible to join the SBI as a trainee officer (TO) following three years of service. You need to have both JAIIB and CAIIB certifications. After that, you'll need to pass an internal exam that consists of a written test, an interview, and a group discussion. 2. You can advance to the JMGS Scale 1 officer position in the SBI after serving as a clerk for six years. You must also pass an internal exam for this position, but it is much simpler than the TO exam.
 

Q:   What is SBI Clerk exam?

A:

SBI Clerk exam is conducted by the State Bank of India every year to recruit eligible candidates for the post of Junior Associates (Customer Support & Sales). The selection process of SBI Clerk comprises prelims exam, Mains exam and language proficiency test. The final selection of candidates is done based on marks obtained in the Mains exam. Candidates need to qualify the language proficiency test. The prelims exam of SBI Clerk comprises three sections- English Language, Numerical Ability, and Reasoning Ability. The total marks allotted to the test are 100. Candidates qualifying the prelims exam are called for the mains exam. The marks obtained in the prelims exam are not counted for final selection. The mains exam comprises English Language, Numerical Ability, and Reasoning Ability. The mains exam is conducted for 200 marks. Candidates qualifying the mains exam are called for language proficiency test. This test is qualifying in nature. In language proficiency test, candidates are assessed based on their ability to speak, write and read the local language of the state from where they have submitted the application form.

 

SBI Clerk Apply Online

SBI Clerk apply online link will be activated in November 2024. SBI Clerk application form comprises several steps-registration, uploading of scanned photograph and signature, filling the detailed application form, previewing the application, uploading left thumb impression, and handwritten declaration.

How to SBI Clerk Apply Online?

Candidates can fill the application form for the SBI Clerk recruitment in the following manner:

Step 1: Visit the official website, sbi.co.in/web/careers/current-openings

Step 2: Select the 'Click Here for New Registration' tab  

Step 3: Fill in details such as name, mobile number, email ID, etc

Step 4: Registration number and password are generated

Step 5: Upload the scanned images of the photograph and signature 

Step 6: Enter personal details, work experience, educational qualification, etc.

Step 7: Preview the SBI Clerk application form and submit the details 

Step 8: Upload SBI Clerk handwritten declaration and left thumb impression

Step 9: Candidates need to pay the registration fees 

Step 10: Take a printout of the application form and e-receipt 

SBI Clerk Application Correction Window

SBI Clerk application correction facility is made available along with the notification. Candidates can edit the details in the application form within the prescribed application deadline. Candidates are advised to check the details carefully before submitting it. No correction in the application details are allowed after final submission of application form.

SBI Clerk Apply Online: Specifications for Uploading Documents

The dimensions for uploading photograph, signature, left thumb impression and handwritten declaration are given below:

Photograph

  • The dimension of the photograph should be between 200 x 230 pixels 
  • The size of the file should be between 20 kb to 50 kb
  • The photograph should not be more than 50 kb

Signature

  • The dimension of the signature should be 140 x 60 pixels
  • The size of the file should be between 10 kb to 20 kb
  • The size of the signature should not be more than 20 kb

Left Thumb Impression

Candidates are required to put their left thumb impression on a white paper with black or blue ink

  • The file type should be jpg/jpeg format
  • The dimension of the left thumb impression should be 240 x 240 pixels in 200 DPI i.e 3 cm x 3 cm (Width x Height)
  • The size of the file should be 20 kb-50 kb

Handwritten Declaration

  • The handwritten declaration should be written in English only on a white paper with black ink
  • The Dimensions should be 800 x 400 pixels in 200 DPI (Preferred for required quality)
  • The file size should be 50 kb-100 kb

SBI Clerk Application Fee

The application fees are INR 750 for the General and OBC categories. However, SC/ ST/ PWD/ XS candidates are exempted from paying the application fees.

SBI Clerk Application Form 2023 Video

Q:   Do I need to send the printout of SBI Clerk application form?

A:

No, you are not required to send the printout of SBI Clerk application form. Candidates should rather keep the printout of the application form till the completion of the recruitment process. SBI Clerk application form needs to be filled online only. The application fee for the exam is INR 750 for the General and OBC categories. However, SC/ ST/ PWD/ XS candidates are exempted from paying the application fees. Before filling the application form, candidates must ascertain their eligibility for the exam. The verification of eligibility is done at the time of document verification. Candidates who do not meet the eligibility requirement prescribed by the examination authority are rejected from the recruitment process.

 

Q:   What should I do if there is a delay in accessing SBI Clerk application page?

A:

The delay in accessing the SBI Clerk application form page is because of the various factors such as internet speed and many applicants trying to register for the exam, etc. Candidates should keep patience and retry after a gap of 15 minutes. It is always better to access the application page at night when the load at the server is less. SBI Clerk application form should be filled online only. Candidates are not required to send the hard copy of the application form. SBI Clerk application form filling process comprises several steps such as registration, uploading of scanned photograph and signature, filling the personal details, basic details, communication details, selecting the exam centres, previewing the application form, uploading the left thumb impression and handwritten declaration, fee payment and taking printout of the application form and fee transaction receipt.

 

SBI Clerk Eligibility 2024

SBI prescribes SBI Clerk eligibility in terms of age, educational qualification and nationality. The eligibility criteria is given below:

Nationality

  • Citizens of India Or
  • Citizen of Bhutan/Nepal/Bangladesh with a valid certificate by the Indian govt.

SBI Clerk Age Limit 

  • The age of candidates must be between 20 and 28 years
  • Candidates belonging to the reserved categories are given relaxation in the upper age limit as per the government rule

Relaxation in the Upper Age Limit

Category Age relaxation (In years)

SC/ST

OBC

PWD (Gen/EWS)

10 

PWD (SC/ST)

15 

PWD (OBC)

13 

Ex-Servicemen/ Disabled ExServicemen

The actual period of service rendered in defence services + 3 years, (8 years for Disabled Ex-Servicemen belonging to SC/ST) subjected to max age of 50 years.

Widows, Divorced women and women judicially separated from their husbands & who are not remarried

7 (subjected to the maximum age limit of 35 years for General/ EWS, 38 years for OBC & 40 years for SC/ST candidates)

SBI Clerk Educational Qualification

  • The educational qualification required for the exam is graduation
  • Candidates having integrated dual degree (IDD) certificates can also apply for the exam
  • Candidates who are in their final year/semester of graduation can apply provisionally. They need to produce proof of having passed the examination on or before the joining date.

Q:   What is SBI Clerk syllabus, eligibility, and types of questions asked?

A:

SBI stands for State Bank of India it provides many opportunities for young graduates as well as experienced professionals for accelerated career growth. The State Bank of India conducts recruitment annually, and aspirants are looking forward to the SBI exams for SO, PO and Clerk. Being the largest public sector bank in India, State Bank of India recruits new resources through the following SBI bank exams every year: SBI Exams are conducted by the State Bank of India to hire eligible candidates for various posts like: SBI Probationary Officer (PO) SBI Clerk (Junior Associates) SBI Specialist Cadre Officer (SCO/ SO) The SBI Clerk Notification is for Junior Associates (Customer Support and Sales) released by State Bank of India. SBI Clerk (Junior Associates) Eligibility Criteria : The eligibility criteria of SBI Clerk exam is mainly about two pre-requisites: Educational Qualifications: He/she must hold a valid degree in any discipline from a recognised university. Age Limit: Not below 20 years and not above 28 years. SBI Clerk selection criteria consist of 2 phases (preliminary and Mains). Online Preliminary Examination: A certain number of candidates from different categories are shortlisted by SBI depending upon the requirements for Online Main Examination Online Mains Examination: Candidates are required to score passing marks and above in the main exam to qualify each section as well as the overall cut-off in the main exam to be eligible for the Final Selection. Final Result: A merit list is released under the Final result is declared on the basis of the merit list in SBI Clerk Mains Exam. The Prelims exam will be Objective in nature. It will be bilingual I. e. in Hindi and English . There are no minimum qualifying marks for an individual subject or overall. There is sectional timing I. e. separate time for each subject. A negative marking scheme is involved in the Preliminary exam. 1/4th mark for the incorrect answers will be deducted. As decided by the State Bank of India, a sufficient number of candidates from each category will be selected for the Mains exam from the candidates list arranged in the descending order of overall marks scored.

 

Q:   What is SBI Clerk Eligibility?

A:

SBI Clerk criteria:- A candidate who is aspiring to apply for the SBI Clerk exam must be an Indian citizen. Candidates must fulfill the following educational requirements to apply for the SBI Clerk Prelims examination. 1.Prospective candidates must have a Graduation degree in any stream from a recognized University or any equivalent qualification which is recognized by the Central Government. They must make sure the passing certificate shows the date the relevant degree was earned. 2.Candidates who have an Integrated Dual Degree (IDD) certificate should ensure that the date of passing of the IDD is as per the guidelines given in the notification. 3.Those who are in the final year/ semester of their graduation may also apply provisionally subject to the condition that, if provisionally selected, they will have to produce proof of having passed the graduation examination  4.As per the SBI Clerk qualification criteria, the candidates need to mandatorily indicate the percentage theyve obtained in the Graduation degree and calculate it to the nearest two decimals in the online application form. 5.For Matriculate Ex-servicemen, prospective applicants should have obtained the Indian Army Special Certificate of Education or corresponding certificate in the Navy or Air Force, after completing at least 15 years of service in the Armed Forces of the Union. Age limit:- Not below 20 years and not above 28 years i.e. candidates must have been born not earlier than 02.08.1994 and not later than 01.08.2002 (both days inclusive). The details regarding the age limit and the relaxation in upper age are clearly given in the official notification. Candidates must go through the notification in detail and check the eligibility criteria. Relaxation is given to the various categories for the SBI Clerk exam. SC/ST - 5yeras OBC 3 years PWD (Gen/EWS) 10 years PWD(ST/ST) 15 years PWS(OBC) 13 years Ex-Servicemen/ Disabled Ex-Servicemen - The actual period of service rendered in defense services + 3 years, (8 years for Disabled Ex-Servicemen belonging to SC/ST) subject to max. age of 50 years Widows, Divorced women and women judicially separated from their husbands & who are not remarried - 7 years (subject to maximum age limit of 35 years for General/ EWS, 38 years for OBC & 40 years for SC/ST candidates) Note: 1.Candidates who seek age relaxation are required to submit copies of the necessary certificate at the time of admission.

 

Q:   What is SBI Clerk age limit?

A:

The age of candidates for SBI Clerk 2023 must be between 20 and 28 years. SBI Clerk age limit is such that candidates must have born not earlier than August 2, 1994 and not later than August 1, 2002 (Both Days Inclusive). Candidates belonging to the reserved categories are given relaxation in the upper SBI Clerk age limit as per the government rules.

Relaxation Given to the Reserved Categories

CategoryAge relaxation (In years)

SC/ST

OBC

PWD (Gen/EWS)

10 

PWD (SC/ST)

15 

PWD (OBC)

13 

Ex-Servicemen/ Disabled ExServicemen

The actual period of service rendered in defence services + 3 years, (8 years for Disabled Ex-Servicemen belonging to SC/ST) subjected to max age of 50 years.

Widows, Divorced women and women judicially separated from their husbands & who are not remarried

7 (subjected to the maximum age limit of 35 years for General/ EWS, 38 years for OBC & 40 years for SC/ST candidates)

 

SBI Clerk Recruitment Process

The complete SBI Clerk recruitment process is explained below:

Filling SBI Clerk Application Form

Interested candidates need to fill the application form online. The application fee is INR 750 for the General and OBC categories, however, SC/ ST/ PWD/ XS candidates are exempted from fee payment.

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Release of Admit Card

SBI Clerk admit card is released online separately for prelims and mains exam. Candidates are required to download the SBI Clerk admit card for different stages of recruitment from the official website. To download SBI Clerk admit card, candidates need to enter the registration number or roll number and date of birth or password. 

Appearing in SBI Clerk Exam

This is the first stage of SBI Clerk selection process. The preliminary exam is an objective-type test for 100 marks. The duration of the test is one hour. Candidates 10 times the number of vacancies are selected for the mains exam. The mains exam comprises four sections and the total marks of the test are 200. Candidates are required to score minimum percentage marks on aggregate, while five per cent relaxation is provided to SC/ST/OBC/PWD/XS candidates. The merit list is prepared state-wise and category-wise. Candidates qualifying the mains exam are placed according to their aggregate marks in the list, in descending order, as per their respective states and categories. 

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Declaration of Result 

SBI Clerk result is announced online on the official website. SBI Clerk result displays the qualifying status of the candidates. To qualify the exam, candidates need to secure the required category-wise and state-wise SBI Clerk cutoff marks

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Test of Specified Opted Local Language

Candidates have to appear for the test of specified local language opted for at the time of applying. Only candidates qualifying the mains exam are required to appear for the test. Candidates not found proficient in the opted local language are disqualified from the recruitment process. Candidates who have studied the specified local language in Classes 10 and 12 are not required to appear in the local language test. In the case of others, the local language test is compulsory. 

Final Selection

This is subject to qualifying the opted local language test and document verification. The marks obtained in the preliminary exam are not considered for selection. The merit list is prepared based on the marks of the mains exam only. 

Refer to the infographic below for SBI Clerk selection process.

SBI_Clerk_Selection_Process

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SBI Clerk Exam Centres 

SBI Clerk prelims and mains exams were conducted in more than 150 cities. Candidates were required to choose one SBI Clerk exam centres while filling the application form. The exam centres were allotted to candidates as per their choice. The details regarding the exam centres were mentioned on the admit card.

State Code State/ UT SBI Clerk Test Cities

11

Andaman & Nicobar Island

Port Blair

12

Andhra Pradesh

Chirala, Guntur, Kadapa, Kakinada, Kurnool, Nellore, Rajahmundry, Srikakulam, Tirupati, Vijaywada, Vishakhapatnam, Vizianagaram

13

Arunachal Pradesh

Naharlagun

14

Assam

Dibrugarh, Guwahati, Jorhat, Silchar, Tezpur

15

Bihar

Arrah, Aurangabad (Bihar), Bhagalpur, Darbhanga, Gaya, Muzaffarpur, Patna, Purnea

16

Chandigarh

Chandigarh-Mohali

17

Chhattisgarh

Bhilai Nagar, Bilaspur, Raipur

18

Goa

Panaji

19

Gujarat

Ahmedabad-Gandhinagar, Anand, Jamnagar, Mehsana, Rajkot, Surat, Vadodara

20

Haryana

Ambala, Faridabad, Gurugram, Hisar, Karnal, Kurukshetra, Rohtak, Sonipat, Yamuna Nagar

21

Himachal Pradesh

Bilaspur, Hamirpur, Kangra, Kullu, Mandi, Shimla, Solan, Una

22

Jammu & Kashmir

Jammu, Samba, Srinagar

23

Jharkhand

Bokaro Steel City, Dhanbad, Hazaribagh, Jamshedpur, Ranchi

24

Karnataka

Ballari, Bengaluru, Belgaum, Davangere, Gulbarga, Hassan, Hubli- Dharwad, Mandya, Mangalore, Mysore, Shimoga, Udupi

25

Kerala

Alappuzha, Kannur, Kochi, Kollam, Kottayam, Kozhikode, Malappuram, Palakkad, Thiruvananthapuram, Thrissur

26

Lakshadweep

Kavaratti

27

Leh

Leh

28

Madhya Pradesh

Bhopal, Gwalior, Indore, Jabalpur, Sagar, Satna, Ujjain

29

Maharashtra

Amravati, Aurangabad (Maharashtra), Chandrapur, Dhule, Jalgaon, Kolhapur, Latur, Mumbai/ Thane/ Navi Mumbai, Nagpur, Nanded, Nashik, Pune, Solapur

30

Manipur

Imphal

31

Meghalaya

Shillong

32

Mizoram

Aizawl

33

Nagaland

Dimapur, Kohima

34

Delhi NCR

Delhi NCR (All NCR cities)

35

Odisha

Balasore, Berhampur (Ganjam), Bhubaneshwar, Cuttack, Dhenkanal, Rourkela, Sambalpur

36

Puducherry

Puducherry

37

Punjab

Amritsar, Bhatinda, Jalandhar, Ludhiana, Mohali, Pathankot, Patiala, Sangrur

38

Rajasthan

Ajmer, Alwar, Bikaner, Jaipur, Jodhpur, Kota, Sikar, Udaipur

39

Sikkim

Bardang-Gangtok

40

Tamil Nadu

Chennai, Coimbatore, Erode, Madurai, Nagercoil, Salem, Thanjavur, Thiruchirapalli, Tirunelvelli, Vellore, Virudhunagar

41

Telangana

Hyderabad, Karimnagar, Khammam, Warangal

42

Tripura

Agartala

43

Uttar Pradesh

Agra, Aligarh, Prayagraj (Allahabad), Bareilly, Faizabad, Ghaziabad, Gonda, Gorakhpur, Jhansi, Kanpur, Lucknow, Mathura, Meerut, Moradabad, Muzaffarnagar, Noida & Gr. Noida, Varanasi

44

Uttarakhand

Dehradun, Haldwani, Roorkee

45

West Bengal

Asansol, Durgapur, Greater Kolkata, Hooghly, Kalyani, Siliguri


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SBI Clerk Vacancies 2024

SBI Clerk vacancies 2024 will be announced along with the notification. The regular and the backlog SBI Clerk vacancy break-up of last year are given below.

SBI Clerk Vacancy 2023 (Regular)

SBI Clerk 2023: Regular Vacancies 
Junior Associates (Customer Support & Sales) Vacancy

Circle

SC

ST

OBC

EWS

GEN

Total

Ahmedabad

57

123

221

82

337

820

Amaravati

08

03

13

05

21

50

Bengaluru

72

31

121

45

181

450

Bhopal

43

57

43

28

117

288

25

67

12

21

87

212

Bhubaneswar

11

15

08

07

31

72

Chandigarh/New Delhi

50

--

71

26

120

267

Chandigarh

07

09

23

08

41

88

45

07

36

18

74

180

04

05

13

05

23

50

52

--

37

18

73

180

Chennai

32

01

46

17

75

171

--

--

01

--

03

04

Hyderabad

84

36

141

52

212

525

Jaipur

159

122

188

94

377

940

Kolkata

26

05

25

11

47

114

--

01

05

02

12

20

--

--

--

--

04

04

Lucknow/New Delhi

373

17

480

178

733

1781

Maharashtra/Mumbai Metro

10

08

26

10

46

100

New Delhi

65

32

117

43

180

437

38

06

27

21

123

215

North Eastern

--

31

-

06

32

69

30

51

116

43

190

430

--

08

03

02

13

26

--

33

03

07

34

77

--

07

--

01

09

17

--

18

--

04

18

40

04

08

--

02

12

26

Patna

66

04

112

41

192

415

19

42

19

16

69

165

Thiruvananthapuram

04

--

12

04

27

47

--

01

--

--

02

03

Total

1284

748

1919

817

3515

8283

Q:   How many SBI Clerk vacancies were announced in 2022?

A:

A total of 5486 vacancies were announced for SBI Clerk 2022. Out of the total vacancy,  5008 are regular vacancies and 478 are backlog vacancies. The details regarding the vacancies were announced along with the notification. SBI Clerk vacancy break-up for different categories is given below.

Category

Number of vacancies 

General 

2143

EWS

490

SC

743

ST

467

OBC

1165

 

Q:   Which state carried the highest number of SBI Clerk vacancies in 2022?

A:

The highest number of SBI Clerk vacancies in 2022 was announced for Maharashtra. A total of 747 vacancies were announced for this state. The  state-wise SBI Clerk vacancy break-up is given below.

State

SBI Clerk Total Vacancy 2022

Gujarat

353

Daman & Diu

4

Karnataka

316

Madhya Pradesh

389

Chhattisgarh

92

SBI Clerk Vacancy in West Bengal

340

A&N Islands

10

Sikkim

26

SBI Clerk Odisha Vacancy 2022

170

Jammu & Kashmir

35

Haryana

5

Himachal Pradesh

55

Punjab

130

Tamil Nadu

355

Pondicherry

7

Delhi

32

Uttarakhand

120

Telangana

225

Rajasthan

284

SBI Clerk Kerala Vacancy 2022

270

Lakshadweep

3

SBI Clerk Vacancy in UP 2022 (Uttar Pradesh)

631

Maharashtra

747

Goa

50

Assam

258

Arunachal Pradesh

15

Manipur

28

Meghalaya

23

Mizoram

10

Nagaland

15

Tripura

10

 

Q:   How many SBI Clerk vacancies were announced in 2021?

A:

In 2021, SBI had announced more than 5000 vacancies. A total of 2151 vacancies were announced for General category, 488 for EWS, 726 for SC, 440 for ST and 1195 for OBC. The state-wise SBI Clerk vacancy break-up is given below:

Circle

Total Vacancies

Ahmedabad

902

Bangalore

400

 

Bhopal

78

120

 

 

Bengal

273

15

12

Bhubaneswar

75

 

 

 

Chandigarh

12

 

8

180

15

295

Chennai

473

2

Delhi

80

70

Delhi/ Chandigarh

110

Hyderabad

275

Jaipur

175

Kerala

97

3

Lucknow/ Delhi

350

Maharashtra/ Mumbai

Metro

 

640

Maharashtra

10

 

 

 

 

 

 

North Eastern

 

149

15

18

 

14

20

10

19

 

SBI Clerk Admit Card 2024

SBI Clerk admit card 2024 will be released online by the examination authority. To download the admit card, candidates are required to login with registration number or roll number and date of birth or password. Candidates are required to carry the printed copy of SBI Clerk admit card and one photo-identity proof to the exam centre. Candidates are also required to carry the prelims admit card along with the mains admit card to the exam centre.

How to Download SBI Clerk Admit Card?

The steps to download SBI Clerk admit card are given below:

  • Visit the official website of SBI
  • From the 'Current Openings' tab go to the 'Advertisement of Probationary Officers'
  • Click the 'SBI Clerk Admit Card' link
  • On the login page, enter registration number or roll number and date of birth or password
  • SBI Clerk admit card appears on the screen
  • Download the admit card and take its printout

Details Printed on SBI Clerk Admit Card 

The following details are printed on SBI Clerk admit card are given below:

Roll number/user ID

Venue of exam

Password

Date of exam

Name and address

Exam time

Place

Space for affixing photograph

Registration number

Scanned photograph

Scanned Signature

Space for left thumb impression

Space for the candidate’s signature

Space for invigilators signature

SBI Clerk Exam Day Guidelines 

The exam day guidelines related to SBI Clerk exam are given below:

  • Candidates are required to carry the printed copy of their admit cards to the exam centre. Along with the SBI Clerk admit card, candidates are required to bring a valid photo-identity proof such as PAN Card/Passport/Permanent Driving License/Voter’s Card/Photo Identity proof with photograph issued by a Gazetted Officer (on official letterhead)/Photo Identity proof issued by a People’s Representative along with a photograph (on official letterhead)/Identity Card issued by a recognised College/ University/Aadhar/E-Aadhar Card with a photograph /Bar Council ID Card with photograph/Employee ID) in original as well as a photocopy. Ration Card and Learner’s Driving License are not accepted as valid ID proof 
  • Candidates are required to carry two additional passport-size photographs to the exam centre
  • Candidates are required to keep the printed copy of SBI Clerk prelims admit card and authenticated photo-identity proof safely. If selected for the mains exam, candidates are required to show the prelims admit card, as well as the mains, admit card to the invigilator
  • Registration at the exam centre is done through photo capture. The photo captured is matched with the photo uploaded by the candidates in the application form
  • Candidates must bring stationery such as pencils, glue, eraser and ballpoint pen with them to the examination hall
  • Electronic items are not allowed inside the exam centre
  • Candidates must wear light clothes which cannot be used for hiding any instruments or communication devices

Q:   How can I download SBI Clerk admit card?

A:

SBI Clerk admit card is released separately for the prelims and mains exams one or two weeks before the exam. The admit card is released on the official website. However, the direct link to download the admit card is provided on this page. The hard copy of the admit card is not sent to candidates by post. The steps to download SBI Clerk admit card are given below:

  • Visit the official website of SBI
  • Go to the ‘Current Openings’ tab
  • Candidates need to go to the advertisement ‘Junior Associate (Customer Support & Sales)’
  • From the drop-down, click ‘SBI Clerk admit card’ link
  • In the login page, candidates need to enter registration number or roll number, date of birth/password and captcha code
  • SBI Clerk admit card appears on the screen
  • Download the admit card and take its printout
 

Q:   What if my date of birth is rejected on the login screen while downloading SBI Clerk admit card?

A:

While downloading SBI Clerk admit card, candidates need to enter your date of birth in MM/YY/DD format, or else the login screen will not accept the credentials. Candidates need to enter their DOB carefully as per the prescribed format. The hard copy of SBI Clerk admit card is not sent to candidates by post. Candidates need to download their admit cards online. To download SBI Clerk admit card, candidates need to registration number or roll number and date of birth or password. Candidates need to carry the printed copy of their admit cards along with one photo-identity proof to the exam centre. Candidates are also required to carry two passport-size photographs to the exam centre. 

 

Q:   What if I forget the registration number or password while downloading SBI Clerk admit card?

A:

You should check your email since the registration number or password of SBI Clerk is sent to the registered email address after a successful registration. You have changed the password sent by SBI and you don't remember that, then you can change it by clicking the forgot password tab. The steps to change the password are given below:

  • Candidates need to click the ‘Forgot Password’ tab provided at the bottom of the admit card login
  • To reset the password, candidates need to enter the required credentials
  • After entering the details, candidates need to submit it
  • Candidates will receive a verification link on their registered email ID
  • After verification, the password will be resetted
 

SBI Clerk Syllabus 2024

SBI Clerk syllabus outlines the topics and sub-topics that candidates need to prepare for the exam. The question paper is framed as per the syllabus. Candidates should be thorough with the syllabus as it will help them to understand the important topics for the exam. SBI Clerk syllabus for prelims and mains exams is given below.

SBI Clerk Prelims Syllabus 
Subjects Topics
Reasoning Logical Reasoning, Alphanumeric Series, Data Sufficiency, Seating Arrangement, Syllogism, Blood Relations, Input-Output, Coding-Decoding, etc
Numerical Ability  Simplification, Profit & Loss, SI & CI, Time & Distance, Work & Time, Data Interpretation, Ratio, Proportion, Percentage, Number System, etc
English Language Reading Comprehension, Cloze Test, Fill in the blanks, etc

SBI Clerk Mains Syllabus

Subjects

Topics

Quantitative Aptitude

Simplification, Number Series, Data Sufficiency, Data Interpretation, Quadratic Equation, Time & Distance, Work, Profit & Loss, Simple and Compound Interest, Ratio & Proportion, Averages, Percentages, etc

English

Reading Comprehension, Synonyms, Antonyms, Para Jumbles, Cloze Test

General/Financial Awareness

Current Affairs, Static GK, Banking/Financial terms, etc

Reasoning Ability 

Machine Input/Output, Syllogism, Blood Relation, Inequalities, Puzzles, Coding-Decoding, etc

Computer Awareness 

Basics of Computer: Hardware, Software, Generation of Computers, DBMS, Networking, MS Office, Important Abbreviations, etc

Q:   What is SBI Clerk syllabus?

A:

SBI Clerk syllabus is divided into prelims and mains exams. SBI does not prescribe SBI Clerk syllabus. The syllabus is formulated based on the previous years question papers. SBI Clerk syllabus for prelims comprises topics from Quantitative Aptitude Reasoning Ability, and English Language. The syllabus for the Mains exam comprises topics from General/ Financial Awareness, General English Quantitative Aptitude and Reasoning Ability & Computer Aptitude. Candidates should be thorough with the SBI Clerk syllabus as it helps them to know the topics from where questions are asked in the exam. Knowing the syllabus help candidates to formulate preparation strategy for the exam. Candidates should be thorough with the SBI Clerk syllabus. SBI Clerk syllabus is given below.

SBI Clerk Syllabus for Prelims Exam

Subjects

Topics

Reasoning

Logical Reasoning, Alphanumeric Series, Data Sufficiency, Seating Arrangement, Syllogism, Blood Relations, Input-Output, Coding-Decoding, etc

Numerical Ability 

Simplification, Profit & Loss, SI & CI, Time & Distance, Work & Time, Data Interpretation, Ratio, Proportion, Percentage, Number System, etc

English Language

Reading Comprehension, Cloze Test, Fill in the blanks, etc

SBI Clerk Syllabus for Mains Exam

Subjects

Topics

Quantitative Aptitude

Simplification, Number Series, Data Sufficiency, Data Interpretation, Quadratic Equation, Time & Distance, Work, Profit & Loss, Simple and Compound Interest, Ratio & Proportion, Averages, Percentages, etc

English

Reading Comprehension, Synonyms, Antonyms, Para Jumbles, Cloze Test

General/Financial Awareness

Current Affairs, Static GK, Banking/Financial terms, etc

Reasoning Ability 

Machine Input/Output, Syllogism, Blood Relation, Inequalities, Puzzles, Coding-Decoding, etc

Computer Awareness 

Basics of Computer: Hardware, Software, Generation of Computers, DBMS, Networking, MS Office, Important Abbreviations, etc

 

Q:   What are the important topics of the SBI Clerk Syllabus?

A:

SBI Clerk syllabus comprises subjects such as English Numerical Ability, Reasoning Ability, Data Interpretation, Computer Aptitude, General Awareness. For English the important topics are Reading Comprehension, Cloze test, spotting errors, para-jumbles. For Reasoning, the important topics are Arithmetic, simplification, data interpretation, quadratic equations, miscellaneous problems. For Reasoning Ability, candidates should prepare topics such as Puzzles, Number Series, miscellaneous problems, syllogism, linear arrangement. For General Awareness, candidates can cover Current Affairs, News on the Banking Industry, Awards and Honours, Latest Appointments, Obituaries, New schemes of central and state governments, Static Awareness. For Computer Aptitude, candidates can cover Basics of Computer: Hardware, Software, Generation of Computers, DBMS, Networking, Internet, MS Office, Input-Output Devices, Important Abbreviations.

 

Q:   Can I complete the SBI Clerk syllabus in two months?

A:

It is important for candidates to be conversant with SBI Clerk syllabus. The syllabus helps candidates to know the topics and sub-topics they need to prepare for the exam. Candidates can complete SBI Clerk syllabus within two months if they prepare with dedicated efforts and consistent practice. Candidates can segregate the essential segments of the syllabus and start practicing them efficiently. They should start focusing on their strengths and weaknesses. The tips and tricks to complete the SBI Clerk syllabus in two months are given below:

  • Candidates should cover all the topics given in the syllabus
  • Candidates should first go through the topics given in the syllabus and find out which topics are important for the exam
  • Candidates can refer to the previous years’ question papers to find out the important topics for the exam
 

SBI Clerk Exam Pattern 2024

SBI Clerk exam pattern is divided into two phases: preliminary and mains exam. The prelims exam comprises three sections: English Language, Numerical Ability and Reasoning Ability. The total marks allotted to the test are 100. The mains exam comprises four sections: General/ Financial Awareness, General English, Quantitative Aptitude, and Reasoning Ability & Computer Aptitude. The mains exam carries a total of 200 marks. 

SBI Clerk Prelims Exam Pattern

SBI Clerk prelims exam pattern comprises three sections. The total marks allotted to the test are 100. There are sectional timings for SBI Clerk exam. The duration of the test is 60 minutes. The structure of SBI Clerk exam pattern is given below.

S No. Section No. of Question Total Marks Duration

1

English Language

30

30

20 minutes

2

Numerical Ability

35

35

20 minutes

3

Reasoning

35

35

20 minutes

Total

100

100

60 minutes

SBI Clerk Mains Exam Pattern 

SBI Clerk mains exam comprises four sections. The total marks allotted to the test are 200. The structure of SBI Clerk mains exam pattern is given below.

Name of test No of Questions Marks Duration

General/ Financial Awareness

50

50

35 Minutes

General English

40

40

35 Minutes

Quantitative Aptitude

50

50

45 Minutes

Reasoning Ability & Computer Aptitude

50

60

45 Minutes

Total

190

200

2 Hours 40 minutes

SBI Clerk Negative Marking

There are negative marks for wrong answers in SBI Clerk exam. 1/4th marks are deducted for wrong answers. The marks are calculated based on the number of correct and incorrect answers.

SBI Clerk Normalisation of Marks

The prelims and mains exams of SBI Clerk are held in various shifts, therefore, normalisation is applied. SBI Clerk normalisation is done since there is some variation in the level of difficulty among with the shifts. SBI Clerk normalisation is done using the equi-percentitle method. 

Q:   In which mode SBI Clerk exam is conducted?

A:
The prelims and Mains exams of SBI Clerk are conducted online. The prelims and Mains exams are conducted in multiple shifts. The prelims exam is conducted in four shifts whereas the Mains exam is conducted in two shifts. The shift timings are given below: Prelims Exam Shift 1- 09:00 AM to 10:00 AM Shift 2- 11:30 AM to 12:30 PM Shift 3: 12:30 PM to 12:30 PM Shift 4: 04:30 PM to 04:30 PM Mains Exam Shift 1: 9 AM to 11.40 AM Shift 2: 2.30 PM to 5.10 PM The exam pattern of SBI Clerk is divided into prelims and Mains exams. The marks obtained in the Mains exam are not counted for the final merit list. The prelims exam of SBI Clerk carries 100 questions whereas the Mains exam carries 190 questions.
 

Q:   What is the process to answer questions in SBI Clerk exam?

A:
A login screen will be displayed to the candidate. The candidate has to log in using his/her User ID and Password which is provided on the SBI Clerk admit card After logging in the Candidate's profile (Name, Roll No. & photograph etc. ) will be displayed and the candidate has to confirm the same by clicked on the I confirm button confirming the profile is correct Thereafter the instructions will be displayed on the screen A candidate should read the instructions carefully and indicate that he has done so by checking (click) the box at the bottom of the screen, after which the I am ready to begin button is activated After clicking on the I am ready to begin button the actual test time will begin In Online Preliminary Examination, there will be 100 Questions and in Online Main Examination there will be 190 Questions and each question is followed by 5 alternatives/options The questions except those on English . Language/General English . Will be available in Hindi and in English . In order to view a given question in the other language, a candidate can click on the view in drop down box and select the desired language Only one question will be displayed at a time In order to answer a question, the candidate has to mouse click the option he/she thinks is appropriate/ correct The alternative which has been clicked on will be highlighted and shall be treated as the answer given by the candidate for the question. After selecting an answer for a question the candidate should click on the Save & Next button to save the answer and proceed to the next question In case a candidate does not wish to attempt the question then they should not click on any option for that question. A candidate can choose to deselect his/her answer for a particular question by clicking on the Clear Response button provided against each question Candidates can skip a particular question and return to it later before submitting by clicking Mark for Review Candidates are not permitted to submit their answers before the entire test time is over Candidates can navigate between questions within test by clicking on the question number displayed to the right of the screen.
 

Q:   What is SBI Clerk negative marking?

A:
There is a negative marking in the SBI Clerk exam. 1/4th mark assigned to a particular question is deducted as a penalty for wrong answers. For correct answers in the exam, candidates score one mark. The total marks of candidates are calculated based on the number of correct and incorrect answers. The corrected scores obtained by each candidate in different sessions of the exam are normalised using the equi-percentile method. Scores upto two decimal points are taken for the purpose of calculations. The marks of candidates are calculated as per marking scheme. Candidates should attempt maximum number of questions to secure the desired score in the exam.
 

SBI Clerk Preparation Tips 2024

Few SBI Clerk Preparation Tips are given below:

  • Go through the exam pattern and syllabus
  • Solve previous years' question papers to know the types of questions asked in the exam
  • Attempt mock test to improve speed and accuracy
  • Give equal time to each section
  • Prepare a study routine for the exam and follow that diligently
  • Stay calm be positive 

How to Prepare for SBI Clerk?

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Q:   Can I crack SBI Clerk in 2 months?

A:

It is certainly possible to prepare for the SBI Clerk exam in two months, but it will likely require a significant amount of dedication and effort on your part. It would be best to consult a study plan or speak with a professional educator to determine the best approach for your specific needs and goals. Additionally, it would be beneficial to focus on your strengths and weaknesses and allocate your time accordingly. The tips and tricks to prepare for SBI Clerk exam in two months are given below:

  • Two months before the exam, candidates must focus on revision. Candidates must revise the topics that they have learned thoroughly before the exam
  • Candidates must focus on attempting the mock tests. After attempting the mock tests, candidates must analyse their strengths and weaknesses. Candidates must also analyse their preparation for the exam
  • Candidates must also work upon improving their weaknesses
  • Candidates must practice questions from different topics

 

 

Q:   How should I start my SBI Clerk exam preparation for 2024?

A:
The SBI Clerk is one of the most competitive exams in India. This exam requires a minimum of six months of preparation. The following expert tips may help you prepare for the SBI Clerk exam: 1. Prior to choosing your study materials, take the time to examine and comprehend the exam's syllabus. 2. Make a study plan up to June, incorporating all sections and one month of practice time. 3. Make a list of the topics that overlap between the preliminary and main stages. 4. Start your preparation by studying the basics of these topics and making notes. 5. Give sufficient time to each section depending on your strong and weak areas. 6. For the first two months, focus on the fundamentals of each section. 7. For GK and Current Affairs follow weekly news compilations as well as monthly pdfs. 8. For the next two months, start practicing to improve accuracy in each section. 9. Start revising the topics where you are scoring less. 10. Do as much mock practice as you can in the last month.
 

Q:   Which one is better-SBI Clerk or IBPS PO?

A:
Both SBI Clerk and IBPS PO are highly competitive banking exams in India, and the one that is better for you will depend on your qualifications and personal preferences. SBI Clerk is an entry-level position in the State Bank of India, and the exam tests your knowledge of basic banking and financial concepts, as well as your ability to perform basic tasks such as data entry and customer service. IBPS PO on the other hand, is an exam for the position of Probationary Officer in various public sector banks in India, and the exam tests your knowledge of banking and financial concepts, as well as your ability to perform more advanced tasks such as lending and risk management. Both exams are highly competitive and require a lot of preparation.
 

Q:   Are three months enough for SBI Clerk preparation?

A:
The time required to crack SBI Clerk exam depend upon the level of preparation and familiarity with the study materials. It is not easy to crack SBI Clerk exam in three months. However, with hard work and dedication candidates attain success in the exam. SBI Clerk preparation requires reviewing the syllabus, practicing sample questions, staying up-to-date with the latest exam pattern and format. It is also important to take regular mock tests to analyse the performance inorder to identify areas that need improvement. The tips and tricks to prepare for SBI Clerk exam in three months are given below: Divide or break down the study plan in a way that candidates can cover each and every topic given in the SBI Clerk syllabus. Candidates should make the segregation based on the prelims and mains exams Candidates need to create a realistic timetable as per the latest SBI Clerk Exam syllabus. Moreover, stick to the timetable and make suitable changes if needed After going through the SBI Clerk syllabus, candidates can easily find out their strong and weak areas Candidates can enhance their speed and accuracy by attempting mock tests Candidates should also practice previous years question papers
 

SBI Clerk Books

Candidates can refer to the following SBI Clerk Books:

  • Objective English for Competitive Examinations by Hari Mohan Prasad and Uma Rani Sinha

  • Quantitative Aptitude for Competitive Examinations by R S Aggarwal

  • Reasoning Ability and General Intelligence by R S Aggarwal

  • General Awareness by Manohar Pandey

Q:   Which are the best GA books for SBI Clerk Mains?

A:

The GA section carries questions from Current Affairs, Static GK, Banking/Financial terms, etc. Candidates can refer to the following books for SBI Clerk exam:

  • Objective Banking & Financial Awareness by Dhankar Publication
  • Banking Awareness (Objective with Subjective) by Sangram Keshari Rout
 

Q:   Which are the best SBI Clerk English books for the exam?

A:

The English Language section carries questions from Reading Comprehension, Synonyms, Antonyms, Para Jumbles, Cloze Test. To prepare for SBI Clerk English section, candidates must clear the basic concepts of grammar, attempt mock test and practice previous years' question papers. The best books for SBI Clerk English are given below:

  • English Grammar & Composition by Wren & Martin
  • Objective English by S P Bakshi
  • Word Power Made Easy by Norman Lewis
 

Q:   What are the best books for SBI Clerk Reasoning section?

A:

The important topics for SBI Clerk Reasoning section are Logical Reasoning, Alphanumeric Series, Data Sufficiency, Seating Arrangement, Syllogism, Blood Relations, Input-Output, Coding-Decoding, etc. The Reasoning section appears both in prelims and Mains exams. The best books for SBI Clerk Reasoning section are given below:

  • Modern Approach to Verbal Reasoning by R S Agarwal
  • Analytical Reasoning by M K Pandey
  • Lucents Computer by Rani Ahilya
 

Q:   Which are the best SBI Clerk books for Quantitative Aptitude?

A:

The Quantitative Aptitude section carries questions from Simplification, Number Series, Data Sufficiency, Data Interpretation, Quadratic Equation, Time & Distance, Work, Profit & Loss, Simple and Compound Interest, Ratio & Proportion, Averages, Percentages, etc. Quantitative Aptitude section appears in both prelims and Mains exams. Candidates can refer to the following books for this section:

  • Magical Book on Quicker Mathematics by M Tyra
  • Data Interpretation by Arun Sharma
  • Quantitative Aptitude by RS Aggarwal
 

SBI Clerk Exam Analysis 2024

SBI Clerk exam analysis will be released separately for prelims and mains exams. The exam analysis helps candidates to know the section-wise difficulty level, overall difficulty level, weightage of topics, good attempts, etc. Candidates can check below SBI Clerk exam analysis of last year.

SBI Clerk Clerk Mains Exam Analysis 2023 Video

SBI Clerk Prelims Exam Analysis 2023

According to students who appeared in the prelims exam, the overall paper was moderate. The questions in Quant were asked from Arithmetic, bar diagrams. The difficulty level of this section was moderate. The Reasoning was lengthy and time-consuming. English Language paper was easy. 

Q:   Is SBI Clerk exam more difficult than IBPS Clerk?

A:

Both SBI Clerk and IBPS Clerk exams are competitive and require dedicated preparation. However, it is difficult to say which one is more difficult as the level of difficulty can vary from year to year and also depends on an individual’s strengths and weaknesses. It is best to thoroughly prepare for both exams and attempt them to the best of your abilities. The syllabus and pattern of SBI Clerk and IBPS Clerk are almost similar. The selection process of SBI Clerk and IBPS Clerk exam include prelims and mains exams. However, candidates appearing for the SBI Clerk exam are required to appear for Language Proficiency Test after qualifying the mains exam. The prelims exam of IBPS Clerk and SBI Clerk comprises three sections- English Language, Numerical Ability, and Reasoning Ability. The prelims exam is conducted for 100 marks. The mains exam of IBPS Clerk and SBI Clerk comprises General/ Financial Awareness, General English, Quantitative Aptitude and Reasoning Ability & Computer Aptitude. The total marks allotted to the test are 200.

 

Q:   Is pattern of questions different from state to state in SBI Clerk exam?

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No, SBI follows a similar SBI Clerk exam pattern for different states. SBI Clerk exam pattern is such that it comprises prelims exam, Mains exam and language proficiency test. The prelims and Mains exams are conducted online. The prelims exam carries three sections-English Language, Numerical Ability, and Reasoning Ability. The total marks allotted to the test are 100. The Mains exam is conducted for the qualified candidates of the prelims exam. The Mains exam carries four sections: General/ Financial Awareness, General English Quantitative Aptitude and Reasoning Ability & Computer Aptitude. The total marks allotted to the test are 200. Candidates qualifying the Mains exam are called for language proficiency. It is mandatory to clear the language proficiency test.
 

Q:   What is the difficulty level of SBI Clerk exam?

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The difficulty level of the prelims exam is usually easy. The English and Reasoning sections are easy, whereas, Maths section is easy to moderate. The Mains exam paper is usually moderate. The difficulty level of the English Language section is easy, Quant section is moderate, Reasoning & Computer Aptitude section is moderate and General/Financial Awareness section is moderate. The prelims exam of SBI Clerk carries questions from Reasoning, English Language and Quantitative Aptitude. The total marks allotted to the test are 100. The mains exam of SBI Clerk carries questions from General/ Financial Awareness, General English, Quantitative Aptitude and Reasoning Ability & Computer Aptitude. The total marks allotted to the test are 200. Candidates qualifying the mains exam are called for Language Proficiency Test.

 

SBI Clerk Result 2024

SBI Clerk 2024 result will be announced online for different stages of recruitment. To download SBI Clerk result, candidates need to enter registration number, date of birth, and captcha code. Along with the result, the scorecard will also be released. Candidates qualifying the mains exam are required to appear for the Language Proficiency Test. The steps to download SBI Clerk result are given below:

  • Visit the official website of SBI 
  • Go to the 'Careers' page
  • From the 'Join SBI' tab go to the 'SBI Clerk notification'
  • From the drop-down, select 'SBI Clerk prelims result' link
  • Enter the login credentials
  • Download the result and save it

SBI Clerk Topper Interview

Candidates can check below the preparation tips shared by SBI Clerk Topper.

Topper Prep Tips
SBI Clerk 2019 qualifier, Gaurav Anijwal 
  • Spent time studying the syllabus and books
  • Attempt mock tests
  • Just believe in yourself and preparation
  • Patience and smart work are the key to success

SBI Clerk Scorecard 

SBI Clerk scorecard is released after the declaration of the result. The scorecard can be accessed through login and candidates need to enter registration number or roll number, date of birth and captcha code. The scorecard displays the following details:

  •  Candidate's name
  •  Roll Number
  • Registration Number
  • Category
  • Subjects
  • Overall marks
  • Section-wise marks
  • Overall cut off marks

The process of calculation of scores is given below:

  • Candidates are awarded one mark for correct answers in the exam
  • 1/4th marks are deducted for incorrect answers in the exam
  • The total marks of SBI Clerk are calculated based on the correct and incorrect answers

What after the declaration of SBI Clerk Result?

SBI Clerk result is announced for the prelims exam and mains exam. Candidates qualifying the prelims exam are called for the mains exam. The marks obtained in the prelims exam are not counted for the final merit list. The performance of candidates in the mains exam is taken into consideration for preparing the final merit list. Candidates qualifying the mains exam are required to appear for the local language test. The bank does verification of eligibility before joining.  A wait list of up to 50 per cent of vacancies (State-category wise) is maintained. 

Q:   Are marks of SBI Clerk prelims exam counted?

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No, the marks of SBI Clerk prelims exam are not counted for the final merit list. The final merit list is prepared based on the marks obtained in the Mains exam. Candidates qualifying the Mains exam are called for the language proficiency test. The prelims exam comprises three sections-Quant, Reasoning and English Language. The total marks allotted to the prelims exam are 100. Candidates need to secure the qualifying marks decided by the examination authority as per their categories in the prelims exam. Candidates securing equal to or more than the qualifying marks are called for the mains exam. There are no sectional cutoffs in the SBI Clerk exam.
 

Q:   When SBI Clerk scorecard is released?

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The scorecard for SBI Clerk exam is released along with the result. To download the scorecard, candidates need to enter the required credentials. The hard copy of the scorecard is not sent to candidates by post. The scorecard comprises the section-wise marks, overall marks, cut off marks, etc. The scores of candidates are calculated after applying penalty for wrong answers. 1/4th of the mark assigned to a particular question is deducted for wrong answers. For correct answers, candidates score one mark. The total marks allotted to the prelims exam are 100. The mains exam carries a total of 200 marks. The marks obtained in the mains exam are considered for the final selection of candidates. Candidates qualifying the mains exam are called for the language proficiency test.
 

Q:   How many attempts are there in SBI Clerk exam?

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There is no limit to the number of attempts in SBI Clerk exam. Candidates can apply for the exam as per the prescribed age limit. The age of candidates should be between 20 and 28 years. Candidates belonging to the reserved categories are given relaxation in the upper age limit as per the government rules. The educational qualification prescribed for the exam is graduation. Candidates having integrated dual degree (IDD) certificates can also apply for the SBI Clerk exam. Those who are in the final year/ semester of their graduation may also apply provisionally subject to the condition that, if provisionally selected, they will have to produce proof of having passed the Graduation. The date of passing the eligibility examination is the date appearing on the mark sheet/certificate or provisional certificate issued by the University/Institute. In case the result of a particular examination is posted on the website of the University/ Institute, a certificate issued by the appropriate authority of the University/Institute indicating the date on which the result was posted on the website will be taken as the date of passing.
 

Q:   What after the declaration of SBI PO final result?

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Selected candidates of SBI PO exam are required to download the letter of appointment from the official website by logging with the roll number, date of birth and verification code. Candidates finally selected are required to undergo document verification and medical test. Candidates are required to report to the circle office as per the date mentioned on the appointment letter. Candidates selected to the post of PO are liable to get posted anywhere in India. The starting basic salary of SBI PO is INR 41,960 (with four advance increments). SBI PO pay scale is INR 36,000-1490/7-46430-1740/2-49910-1990/7-63840. Candidates join to the post is of  Junior Management Grade Scale-I. The officials are eligible for DA, HRA/Lease rental, CCA, Medical and other allowances & perquisites as per rules in force from time to time.

 

SBI Clerk Cutoff 2024

SBI Clerk cut off 2024 is released for prelims and mains exams. The cut off is announced along with the result state-wise and category-wise. There is no sectional cutoff in SBI Clerk exam. Candidates can check below the previous years' SBI Clerk cut off for the General post.

SBI Clerk Prelims Cut off 2023

States/UT General 
Andhra Pradesh 56.50
Arunachal Pradesh 41
Assam 65
Bihar 51
Chhattisgarh 62.5
Delhi 57.25
Gujarat 51.50
Haryana 58
Himachal Pradesh 64
Jammu 66
Jharkhand 56.50
Karnataka 56
Kerala 76.25
Madhya Pradesh 67.50
Maharashtra 71.75
Meghalaya 34.25
Odisha 77
Punjab 68.5
Rajasthan 57.25
Sikkim 58.50
Tamil Nadu 65.50
Telangana 42.5
Tripura 61
Uttar Pradesh 60.50
Uttarakhand 63.50
West Bengal 80

SBI Clerk Prelims Cut off 2022

States/UT General 

Assam

69.25

Chhattisgarh

72.75

Gujarat

72.25

Jammu

77

Karnataka

64.50 

Kerala

68 

Madhya Pradesh

74.75

Maharashtra

65.5

Odisha

77

Punjab

80.75

Rajasthan

75

Tamil Nadu

62.25 

Telangana

69

Uttar Pradesh

77.5

Uttarakhand

78.75

West Bengal

78.50

SBI Clerk Mains Cut off 2022

SBI Clerk mains cut off for General category is given below.

States/UT

General

Uttarakhand

 83

Assam

72

Chhattisgarh

77.25

Goa

70

Gujarat

74.5

Haryana

85.5

Himachal Pradesh

85.75 

Jammu & Kashmir

77

Karnataka

70.75 

Madhya Pradesh

78.25

Maharashtra

76

Manipur

70

Odisha

78.75 

Puducherry

72

Punjab

84.25

Rajasthan

80.5

Tamil Nadu

78 

Telangana

78.25

Uttar Pradesh

82.75

West Bengal

80.5

Q:   How to check SBI Clerk cut off?

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SBI Clerk cut off is released for prelims and Mains exams. The cut off is released along with the result. To check the cut off, candidates need to enter the required credentials. SBI Clerk cut off is released state-wise for different categories. The steps to check SBI Clerk cut off are given below: Visit the official website of SBI Click the SBI Clerk scorecard link on the home page Enter the login details such as registration number or roll number and date of birth and captcha code The state-wise cut off appears on the screen Download the cut off marks and save it Candidates are selected based on the cut off marks.
 

Q:   What was SBI Clerk prelims cut off for General category in 2022?

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SBI Clerk prelims cut off is calculated out of 100 marks. SBI Clerk prelims exam comprises Quantitative Aptitude Reasoning and English Language. Candidates who secured the required cut off marks were called for the Mains exam. The state-wise SBI Clerk prelims cut off announced for the General category in 2022 is given below: Assam-69.25 marks out of 100 Chhattisgarh-72.75 marks out of 100 Gujarat- 72.25 marks out of 100 Jammu- 77 marks out of 100 Karnataka- 64.50 marks out of 100 Kerala- 68 marks out of 100 Madhya Pradesh- 74.75 marks out of 100 Maharashtra- 65.5 marks out of 100 Odisha- 77 marks out of 100 Punjab- 80.75 marks out of 100 Rajasthan- 75 marks out of 100 Tamil Nadu- 62.25 marks out of 100 Telangana- 69 marks out of 100 Uttar Pradesh- 77.5 marks out of 100 Uttarakhand- 78.75 marks out of 100 West Bengal- 78.50 marks out of 100.
 

Q:   What was SBI Clerk Mains cut off 2023 for General category in 2022?

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SBI Clerk Mains cut off is calculated out of 200 marks. The Mains exam comprises questions from Reasoning, Quantitative Aptitude English Language, Computer Aptitude and General Awareness. Candidates who have secured the cut off marks out of 200 were called for the Language Proficiency Test. The final selection of candidates was done based on the marks obtained in Mains exam provided they qualify the Language Proficiency Test. The state-wise SBI Clerk Mains cut off for General category is given below. Uttarakhand-83 marks out of 200 Assam-72 marks out of 200 Chhattisgarh-77.25 marks out of 200 Goa-70 marks out of 200 Gujarat-74.5 marks out of 200 Haryana-85.5 marks out of 200 Himachal Pradesh-85.75 marks out of 200 Jammu & Kashmir-77 marks out of 200 Karnataka-70.75 marks out of 200 Madhya Pradesh-78.25 marks out of 200 Maharashtra-76 marks out of 200 Manipur-70 marks out of 200 Odisha-78.75 marks out of 200 Puducherry-72 marks out of 200 Punjab-84.25 marks out of 200 Rajasthan-80.5 marks out of 200 Tamil Nadu-78 marks out of 200 Telangana-78.25 marks out of 200 Uttar Pradesh-82.75 marks out of 200 West Bengal-80.5 marks out of 200.
 

Q:   What was SBI PO prelims cut off in 2022?

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The category-wise SBI PO prelims cut off announced in 2022 is given below.

CategoryCut-Off Marks

GEN

59.50

SC

52.50

ST

47.75

OBC

58.25

EWS

59.50

LD

46.25

VI

50.50

HI 

21.50

D & E

-

 

What is the Salary of SBI Clerk?

The salary break-up of SBI Clerk is given below:

Pay Scale: The salary of SBI Clerk was revised. The pay scale is INR 17,900-1000/3-20,900-1230/3-24,590-1490/4-30,550-1730/7-42,600-3270/1-45,930-1990/1-47,920. The starting basic pay is INR 19,900 (INR 17,900 plus two increments to graduates). Earlier, the starting basic pay was INR 13,075 (INR 11,765 plus two advance increments admissible to graduates). 

Emoluments: INR 29,000 per month inclusive of Dearness Allowance (DA) (in metro cities) other allowances and two additional increments for newly recruited graduate Junior Associates.

Benefits: As per SBI Clerk salary, Provident fund, new pension scheme, medical leave, etc.

SBI Clerk Job Profile & Career Growth

SBI Clerk job profile and career growth are given below:

SBI Clerk Job Profile

  • SBI Clerk work profile includes day-to-day functions such as opening accounts, amount transfers through cheque/ NEFT/ RTGS, etc.
  • They play the role of head cashier

Promotion & Career Growth

  • SBI Clerk is a clerical job
  • To get promoted to the next level, candidates are required to meet certain requirements at each stage
  • Clerical cadre gets promoted after a service of three years to the post of Trainee Officer
  • Candidates can reach the post of General Manager 

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Q:   What is SBI Clerk salary?

A:

IBPS Clerk starting salary is INR 19,900 (INR 17,900 plus two advance increments). The newly revised payscale of SBI Clerk is INR 17900-1000/3-20900-1230/3-24590-1490/4-30550- 1730/7-42600-3270/1-45930-1990/1-47920. Candidates can calculate their salaries by adding basic salary, HRA, city compensation, provident fund and pension contributions. The basic pay is INR 17,900, however, with two advance increments, the starting basic salary is INR 19,900.

 

Q:   What is the training duration for an SBI clerk?

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The total training duration of an SBI Clerk is six months. The probationary period for SBI clerks begins with induction training at the State Bank Institute of Learning and Development. This period lasts for one to two weeks at the state branch where they are posted. Later, trainees are assigned to their respective branches, where they undergo practical training for the banking process. This period lasts around five months, after which they work as junior associates in their respective branches. If associates are unable to successfully complete their training, their training period will be extended.
 

Q:   What is the revised pay scale of SBI Clerk?

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The revised payscale of SBI Clerk is INR 17900-1000/3-20900-1230/3-24590-1490/4-30550- 1730/7-42600-3270/1-45930-1990/1-47920. Earlier, the payscale of SBI Clerk was INR 11765-655/ 3-13730-815/ 3-16175-980/ 4-20095-1145/7-28110-2120/ 1-30230-1310/1-31450. The starting basic pay was INR 13,075 (INR 11765 with two advance increments admissible to graduates).

 

SBI Clerk 2024 FAQs

Candidates can check below SBI Clerk 2024 exam FAQs. These FAQs will help candidates to know more about the exam such as exam pattern, syllabus, salary, cut off, etc.

Q:   Can SBI Clerk apply for SBI PO?

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Yes, SBI Clerk can apply for SBI PO exam. However, to apply for SBI Clerk exam, candidates need to take permission from the employer. They are also required to provide NOC of the employer. Upon selection, candidates need to resign from the Clerical cadre post and join afresh as PO. No increment will be considered that is your clerical service won't be counted. Candidates applying for the SBI PO post, need to fulfill the eligibility criteria laid down for the exam. To apply for SBI PO, candidates need to have graduation degree from a recognised university. The age of the candidates should be between 21 and 30 years. Candidates who are in the final year of graduation can also apply subject to the condition that they need to provide the required certificate related to the educational qualification. The selection process of SBI PO comprises prelims exam, mains exam, psychometric test, group exercises and interview.

 

Q:   What is the total monthly salary for the SBI clerk?

A:
The SBI Clerk works in the capacity of a junior associate at the State Bank of India. Their total monthly salary includes: 1. Basic pay: INR 19,900 2. Dearness allowance: INR 6,352 3. House rent allowance: INR 2091 4. Special allowance: INR 3,263 5. Other pay such as transport allowance as mandated time to time The in-hand salary, including deductions, is around INR 30,600 (approximately) for an SBI Clerk. In addition to this salary SBI Clerk gets other perks also such as medical benefits, city allowance etc.
 

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While candidates begins to fill SBI Clerk Application form, then they has to write a declaration in their own handwriting which has to be uploaded along with the application with a file size of 50 to 100 kbs and dimensions of 800 x 400 pixels. SBI Clerk handwritten declaration text is given below:

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SBI Clerk handwritten declaration has to be written in the candidate’s handwriting itself only. The text should be written in English only. The text should be written just like as it is mentioned in the notification. It should not be written in Capital Letters.If SBI found the SBI Clerk Handwritten

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SBI Clerk application form 2024 will be released along with the notification in November. Interested candidates who fulfill the eligibility criteria need to apply online for the exam. The application process comprises several steps such as registration, uploading of scanned photograph and signature,

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SSC Clerk 2023 prelims cut off is given below.

States/UTGeneral EWSOBCSCST
Andaman & Nicobar      
Arunachal Pradesh41    
Assam65 61.25  
Bihar51    
Chhattisgarh62.5    
Delhi57.25    
Gujarat51.50    
Haryana58    
Himachal Pradesh     
Jammu66    
Jharkhand56.50    
Karnataka56    
Kerala76.25    
Madhya Pradesh67.5067.5067.5063.2548.50
Maharashtra71.75    
Meghaalay34.25    
Odisha77    
Punjab68.5    
Rajasthan57.25    
Sikkim58.50    
Tamil Nadu     
Telangana42.5    
Tripura61    
Uttar Pradesh60.5060.5060.5053.5043.50
Uttarakhand63.50    
West Bengal80   

 

 

 

 

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SBI Clerk 2024 notification 2024 will be released in November 2024. Last year, the notification was released on November 16, 2023. The notification is released on the official website in PDF form. The notification carries all the details related to the exam. Before applying for the exam, candidates

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The number of good attempts depends on the difficulty level of the exam. An attempt of 90 to 96 questions are considered as good in the Mains exam. In the prelims exam, an attempt of 20 to 30 questions are considered as good. The number of good attempts in SBI Clerk 2024 exam is given below.

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Candidates are advised to check all details printed on the admit card carefully. In case, candidates find any error in the details, they should immediately contact the examination authority for correction. Once the details are rectified by the examination authority, candidates will get a new admit c

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Candidates must bring one of the following identity proofs to the exam centre:

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  • PAN Card
  • Driving License
  • Voter’s Card
  • Bank Passbook
  • Identity Card issued by School or College/Gazetted Officer

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SBI Clerk selection process comprises prelims exam and Mains exam. The marks obtained in the prelims exam are not counted for the final merit list. It serves as the screening test for Mains exam. The prelims exam comprises three sections-English, Reasoning and Quantitative Aptitude. The total marks

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SBI Clerk exam comprises prelims and Mains exams. The prelims exam comprises three sections-English, Reasoning and Quantitative Aptitude. A total of 100 questions are asked in the exam. The total marks allotted to the test are 100. The marks obtained in the prelims exam are not counted for the final

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