SBI Clerk Cut Off 2024 for Mains: State & Category-wise Cut-Offs

State Bank of India Clerk Exam 2023 ( SBI Clerk )

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Anangsha PatraDeputy Manager – Editorial

Updated on May 8, 2024 12:35 IST

SBI Clerk Cut Off 2024: State Bank of India will soon release SBI Clerk cut off for the mains exam. The cut off is released along with the SBI Clerk Result 2024SBI Clerk cut off 2024 category-wise is made available on the official website which candidates can download by logging with the required credentials. SBI Clerk mains cut off is the minimum qualifying marks that candidates need to secure inorder to become eligible for the next round of the selection process. There are no sectional SBI Clerk cut off marks in the exam, therefore, candidates are required to secure the overall cut off marks. SBI Clerk cut off 2024 for mains exam will be released along with the SBI Clerk mains score card.

SBI Clerk cut off is decided based on several factors such as vacancy, number of candidates appearing, and difficulty level of the paper. Read this article below to check SBI Clerk previous year cut off state-wise and category-wise for prelims and mains exams.

 

 

Q:   When SBI Clerk Mains cut off 2024 will be released?

A:

SBI Clerk Mains cut off 2024 will be released soon by the State Bank of India. The Mains cut off will be released category-wise for different states. There are no sectional cut off marks in the exam. Candidates securing equal to or more than the cut off marks are appointed for final selection. The marks of the Mains exam are normalised to announce SBI Clerk cut off.

 

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

A:
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:   How to check SBI Clerk cut off?

A:
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.
 

SBI Clerk Cut off 2024

SBI Clerk cutoff is released separately for prelims and mains exam. To check the category-wise and state-wise cut offs, candidates need to enter the registration number/roll number, date of birth, and captcha code. As there is no sectional cutoff, candidates are only required to secure the overall SBI Clerk cutoff to qualify for each exam stage. The final selection is done based on SBI Clerk cutoff for the mains exam provided candidates qualify the local language test. The prelims cutoff is not taken into consideration for the final merit list. 

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What is SBI Clerk 2024 Cut off?

SBI Clerk Cut off is the minimum qualifying marks required to be secured by each candidate in the prelims and mains exams. This means candidates need who score equal to or greater than the cut off marks are considered qualified for the exam. There is no sectional cut off in the SBI Clerk exam, but candidates have to qualify the overall SBI Clerk cut off to get selected for the recruitment process.

Also Read: SBI Clerk dates 2024 

Factors Affecting SBI Clerk 2024 Cut off

The cut off is determined based on the following factors:

  • Number of vacancies
  • The difficulty level of the exam
  • Number of test-takers

SBI Clerk Prelims Cut off 2024

The prelims exam comprised three sections, English Language, Numerical Ability, and Reasoning Ability. The cut off of the prelims exam is calculated out of 100 marks. On the basis of SBI Clerk cut off, candidates 10 times the number of vacancies are selected for the mains exam. 

SBI Clerk Mains Cut off

The mains exam of SBI Clerk comprises four sections, General/Financial Awareness, General English, Quantitative Aptitude and Reasoning Ability, and Computer Aptitude. The test carries a total of 200 marks. SBI Clerk cut off for mains exam is decided based on the total marks secured by the last candidates provisionally selected. Candidates are required to score a minimum percentage of marks on aggregate. However, five per cent relaxation in the minimum qualifying marks is provided to SC/ST/OBC/PWD/XS candidates. The minimum qualifying marks on aggregate are decided by the bank. The merit list is prepared state-wise and category-wise.

Q:   When SBI Clerk cut off 2024 was released?

A:

SBI Clerk cut off 2024 for prelims exam was released along with the scorecard. To download the cut off marks, candidates need to enter registration number or roll number, date of birth and captcha code. There is no sectional cut off marks in the exam. Candidates need to secure the overall cut off marks as per their categories inorder to qualify the exam. The cut off marks are decided based on the number of vacancies, difficulty level of the exam, number of test takers, level of competition, etc. Candidates need to secure equal to or more than the cut off marks inorder to qualify the exam. The qualifying marks are decided by the examination authority to filter candidates for the next round of selection process. SBI Clerk cut off is the minimum qualifying marks that candidates need to secure inorder to qualify the exam.

 

Q:   What was SBI Clerk prelims cut off in 2018?

A:

The category-wise SBI Clerk cut off for General category in 2018 is given below.

State NameCut off

Uttar Pradesh

69.25

Chhattisgarh

67.25

Bihar

66.50

Assam

51.25

Maharashtra

57.00

Madhya Pradesh

66.25

Karnataka

63.00

Kerala

69.00

Odisha

62.75

Delhi

71.75

West Bengal

66.50

Rajasthan

69.00

Telangana

68.00

Punjab

71.50

Haryana

70.50

Gujarat

57.50

Andhra Pradesh 

71

Tamil Nadu 

60

Himachal Pradesh

68.75

 

Q:   How is SBI Clerk qualifying marks determined?

A:
The qualifying marks are estimated based on the following factors: Total number of candidates who appear in the SBI Clerk exam Total number of vacancies available Difficulty level of the exam Reservation system There are no sectional cut off marks in the exam. Candidates are only required to secure the overall cut off marks as per their categories in the exam. The cut off marks for the prelims exam are decided out of 100 marks whereas the cut off marks for the mains exam are decided based on the 200 marks. Candidates securing equal to or more than the cut off marks are selected for the next round of the recruitment process. SBI Clerk cut off marks are the minimum qualifying marks that candidates need to secure inorder to qualify the exam.
 

SBI Clerk 2023 Dates

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

DatesPast Exam Dates

15 Feb '24

sBI Clerk Prelims Result 2023

10 Mar '23

SBI Clerk Mains Result 2022

02 Jan '23

SBI Clerk Prelims Result 2022

SBI Clerk Prelims Cut off 2024

SBI Clerk prelims cut off is given below.

States/UT General  EWS OBC SC ST
Andaman & Nicobar           
Arunachal Pradesh 41        
Assam 65   61.25    
Bihar 51        
Chhattisgarh 62.5        
Delhi 57.25        
Gujarat 51.50        
Haryana 58        
Himachal Pradesh          
Jammu 66        
Jharkhand 56.50        
Karnataka 56        
Kerala 76.25        
Madhya Pradesh 67.50 67.50 67.50 63.25 48.50
Maharashtra 71.75        
Meghaalay 34.25        
Odisha 77        
Punjab 68.5        
Rajasthan 57.25        
Sikkim 58.50        
Tamil Nadu          
Telangana 42.5        
Tripura 61        
Uttar Pradesh 60.50 60.50 60.50 53.50 43.50
Uttarakhand 63.50        
West Bengal 80        

How to Check SBI Clerk Cut off 2024?

Candidates can follow the steps below to check the cutoff marks of SBI Clerk:

  • Visit the official website
  • Click the cutoff link on the home page
  • On the login page, enter registration number/roll number, date of birth and captcha code
  • SBI Clerk cut off appears on the screen
  • Check the cut-off and save it for further reference

SBI Clerk Mains Cut off 2022

SBI Clerk mains cut off 2022 category wise is given below for different states. 

States/UT General OBC ST SC EWS

Uttarakhand

 83

 69.75

56

60.25

72

Assam

72

 

 

 

 

Chhattisgarh

77.25

75.75 

 

 

 

Goa

70

 

 

 

 

Gujarat

74.5

67.25

50

62.75

70

Haryana

85.5

 

 

 

 

Himachal Pradesh

85.75 

 

 

 

 

Jammu & Kashmir

77

 

 

 

 

Karnataka

70.75 

67

 

 

 

Madhya Pradesh

78.25

72.25 

 

 

 

Maharashtra

76

70.25

52.25

68.5

70

Manipur

70

 

 

 

 

Odisha

78.75 

 

 

 

 

Puducherry

72

 

 

 

 

Punjab

84.25

 

 

 

 

Rajasthan

80.5

 75

 

 

 

Tamil Nadu

78 

75.5

 

 

 

Telangana

78.25

74

 

 

 

Uttar Pradesh

82.75

73.5

 

 

77

West Bengal

80.5

68 

 

 

 

SBI Clerk Previous Years' Cut Offs

SBI Clerk previous year cut off help candidates build strong preparation strategy for the upcoming SBI Clerk exam. SBI Clerk previous year cut off also help candidates to know the real competition level. Analysing SBI Clerk previous year cut off for prelims and mains stages for 2023, 2021, 2020, 2019, 2018 and 2016 will help candidates to know much they need to secure inoder to qualify the exam.

SBI Clerk Prelims Cut off 2022

SBI released SBI Clerk prelims cut off 2022 on January 2, 2023. The prelims exam of SBI Clerk was conducted on November 12, 19, 20 and 25. The category-wise SBI Clerk prelims cut off 2022 is given below.

States/UT General  OBC SC ST EWS

Andaman & Nicobar 

 

 

 

 

 

Arunachal Pradesh

 

 

 

 

 

Assam

69.25

 

 

 

 

Chhattisgarh

72.75

 

 

 

 

Delhi

 

 

 

 

 

Gujarat

72.25

 

 

 

 

Haryana

 

 

 

 

 

Himachal Pradesh

 

 

 

 

 

Jammu

77

 

71.75

 

 

Jharkhand

 

 

 

 

 

Karnataka

64.50 

 

 

 

 

Kerala

68 

 

 

 

 

Madhya Pradesh

74.75

74.75

66.5

57.5

74.75

Maharashtra

65.5

 

 

 

 

Odisha

77

 

 

 

 

Punjab

80.75

 

 

 

 

Rajasthan

75

 

 

 

 

Sikkim

 

 

 

 

 

Tamil Nadu

62.25 

 

 

 

 

Telangana

69

 

 

 

 

Uttar Pradesh

77.5

 

 

 

 

Uttarakhand

78.75

74.5

 

 

 

West Bengal

78.50

 

 

 

 

SBI Clerk Pre Cut Off 2021 State-Wise

Last year SBI Clerk cut off was declared along with the result. SBI cut off 2021 will help candidates to gauge the competition and prepare accodingly. SBI Clerk prelims cut off 2021 category-wise is provided below. Check below SBI Clerk prelims cut off 2021 category-wise for different states.

Last Year SBI Clerk Cut off
States/UT General  OBC SC ST EWS

Andaman & Nicobar 

66.25

-

-

-

-

Arunachal Pradesh

69.25

69.25

69.25

55.75

69.25

Assam

68.50

67.75

67.50

60

67.25

Chhattisgarh

76.5

76.50 

64 

62.75 

73 

Delhi

83

-

-

-

-

Gujarat

64.5

64.5 

63.50 

49

64.50 

Haryana

79.75

 76

-

-

-

Himachal Pradesh

80.25

 

 

 

 

Jharkhand

69.25 

 

 

 

 

Karnataka

64.25

 

 

 

 

Kerala

69 

 

 

 

 

Madhya Pradesh

81.75

 

 

 

 

Maharashtra

66.25

66.25 

 

56

66.25

Odisha

82

 

 

 

 

Punjab

75.5

 

 

 

 

Rajasthan

77.75

 

 

 

 

Sikkim

72.50

 

 

 

 

Tamil Nadu

61.75

 

 

 

 

Telangana

73.75

 

 

 

 

Uttar Pradesh

81.25

78 

70 

55.25

81.25 

Uttarakhand

81.75

73 

66.75 

66.75 

75.25 

West Bengal

79.75

76

64.75

79.75

79.75

SBI Clerk Mains Cut off 2021-State-Wise

Candidates can check below the state-wise mains cutoff announced by SBI for General Category.

State/UT General

Andaman & Nicobar Islands

86.25

Assam

88

Chhattisgarh

94.75

Delhi

99

Gujarat

87

Haryana

97

Himachal Pradesh

99.5

Karnataka

86

Kerala

95

Madhya Pradesh

97.75

Maharashtra

88.25

Odisha

95.5

Punjab

94.5

Rajasthan

94.25

Telangana

94

Uttar Pradesh

95.75

Uttarakhand

96.25

West Bengal

95.25

SBI Clerk Cut off Prelims 2020

States SBI Clerk cutoff
West Bengal 67.5
Odisha 68.75
Karnataka 58.75
Himachal Pradesh -
Jammu and Kashmir -
Assam -
Telangana 66
Maharashtra 59.75
Bihar -
Uttarakhand 78
Gujarat 56.75
Madhya Pradesh 68.75
Jharkhand 68.75
Uttar Pradesh 71
Punjab -
Tami Nadu 62
Tripura -
Rajasthan 68.75
Delhi 76.25
Chandigarh 76
Andhra Pradesh 68

SBI Clerk Mains Cut off 2020 

State/UT Name Gen OBC EWS SC ST
West Bengal 86.75 69.25 70.75 65.5 60
Gujarat 82.75 73 74.5 66 60
Maharashtra 84 77.5 76.5 75.5 60
Telangana 86.75 81.75 81.5 69.25 60.75
Uttar Pradesh 90.25 78 82.25 64.25 60
Himachal Pradesh 87.25 72
Andhra Pradesh 88.75 83.75
Uttarakhand 91
Rajasthan 90.25 82.75 80.75 66.5 60
Tamil Nadu 92.75 89.75 72.25 74.75 60.75
Karnataka 80.5 75.25 74.25 64.25 60
Madhya Pradesh 89.25 81.5
Delhi 98.75 83 87.5 73.5 62.25
Chandigarh 96.75 81.75 94.75 77.25
Punjab 96.25 78.75 88 69.25

SBI Clerk Prelims Cut off 2019 

State General

J & K

81.75

Kerala

78.00

Chandigarh

77.25

Punjab

76.25

Bihar

76.25

Haryana

75.25

Uttarakhand

75.25

Jharkhand

75.00

Andhra Pradesh

74.75

Madhya Pradesh

73.50

Odisha

73.50

West Bengal

73.25

Uttar Pradesh

72.25

Himachal Pradesh

71.75

Delhi

71.25

Rajasthan

71.00

Telangana

68.50

Gujarat

65.50

Maharashtra

62.50

Tamil Nadu

61.25

Chhattisgarh

57.50

Assam 

57.00

Assam

57.00

Karnataka

48.50

SBI Clerk 2019 mains cut off 

States Cut-off
Punjab 102.75
Andhra Pradesh 99.75
Bihar 98.00
Karnataka 85.75
Jharkhand 97.50
Haryana 103.25
Uttar Pradesh 97.50
Delhi 99.75
Madhya Pradesh 94.75
Rajasthan 97.00
Uttarakhand 96.50
West Bengal 97.25
Himachal Pradesh 101.25
Odisha 94.75
Chattisgarh 87.75
Maharashtra 89.75
Gujarat 91.25
Kerala 96.25
Tamil Nadu 98.00
Assam 85.00

SBI Clerk Cut off 2018

Check below SBI Clerk 2018 cut off for prelims and mains.

SBI Clerk Prelims Cut off 2018 (UR)

State Name Cut off

Uttar Pradesh

69.25

Chhattisgarh

67.25

Bihar

66.50

Assam

51.25

Maharashtra

57.00

Madhya Pradesh

66.25

Karnataka

63.00

Kerala

69.00

Odisha

62.75

Delhi

71.75

West Bengal

66.50

Rajasthan

69.00

Telangana

68.00

Punjab

71.50

Haryana

70.50

Gujarat

57.50

Andhra Pradesh 

71

Tamil Nadu 

60

Himachal Pradesh

68.75

SBI Clerk Mains Cut off 2018-Category-Wise

Category Cutoff marks

SC

67.25

ST

60.4

OBC

82.5

GEN

96

LD (OH)

75.2

VI

90.85

HI

63.3

XS

63.05

DXS

66.2

SBI Clerk Mains Cut off 2018-Category-Wise

State Cutoff

Uttar Pradesh

96.00

Haryana

99.00

Madhya Pradesh

92.60

Punjab

100.65

Rajasthan

96.75

Bihar

96.00

Gujarat

85.00

Chhattisgarh

91.50

Maharashtra

85.65

Jharkhand

86.00

Tamil Nadu

93.75

Karnataka

83.90

Himachal Pradesh

98.25

Delhi

104.80

West Bengal

95.30

Odisha

88.80

SBI Clerk 2016 Cut off

Category-wise

Subjects General OBC/ST/SC/OH/VI/HI/DXS

Reasoning Ability

7.75

3.25

Numerical Ability

5.5

2

English Language

6.75

3.25

State-wise

States Gen OBC SC ST

Madhya Pradesh

54.75

54.75

36.5

9

Himachal Pradesh

57.5

57

42.75

48.25

Rajasthan

64.5

64.5

53.5

25.5

Uttar Pradesh

59

56.25

42.75

31.5

Bihar

51.5

51.5

33.5

57.25

West Bengal

51.25

35.25

32

20.75

Maharashtra

51.5

51.5

51.5

24.5

Delhi /Haryana

66.25

50.75

56

10

Punjab

67.5

56.5

45

45

Uttarakhand

59.25

48.25

37.5

45.25

Chhattisgarh

22.5

22.5

9.5

9.25

Gujarat

42

42

42

28

Nagaland

21.75

21.75

21.75

21.75

Tamil Nadu

21.25

21.25

21.25

21

Jharkhand

38.5

38.5

31.5

29.25

Andhra Pradesh

39.25

39.25

39.25

10

SBI Clerk Mains Cut off 2016-Category Wise

In 2016, there was both sectional and state-wise cutoff for SBI Clerk mains exam. The details are given below -

Subjects General SC/ST/OBC OH/VI/HI/ XS/DXS

General / Financial Awareness

13.5

9.5

3.25

General English

14.25

10.25

4.5

Quantitative Aptitude

14.5

11.25

6.5

Reasoning Ability & Computer Aptitude

24

19

11.25

SBI Clerk Mains Cut off 2016-State-wise

States GEN

Madhya Pradesh

130.25

Uttar Pradesh

132.25

West Bengal

131.00

Bihar

130.25

Uttarakhand

133.50

Haryana

137.00

Gujarat

122.50

Telangana

123.25

Punjab

138.50

Maharashtra

123.50

Andhra Pradesh

128.50

Jharkhand

127.00

Himachal Pradesh

133.50

Nagaland

115.75

Karnataka

117.00

Kerala

135.75

Rajasthan

136.00

Tamil Nadu

132.00

Assam

124.50

Chandigarh

121.75

Q:   What was SBI Clerk Mains cut off for General category in 2021?

A:
SBI Clerk Mains cut off for General category in 2021 is calculated out of 200 marks. Candidates who secured the cut off marks were called for the Mains exam. The state-wise SBI Clerk Mains cut off for General category in 2021 is given below. Andaman & Nicobar Islands-86.25 Assam-88 Chhattisgarh-94.75 Delhi-99 Gujarat-87 Haryana-97 Himachal Pradesh-99.5 Karnataka-86 Kerala-95 Madhya Pradesh-97.75 Maharashtra-88.25 Odisha-95.5 Punjab-94.5 Rajasthan-94.25 Tamil Nadu-90.50 Telangana-94 Uttar Pradesh-95.75 Uttarakhand-96.25 West Bengal-95.25.
 

Q:   What was SBI Clerk prelims cut off for General category in 2021?

A:
SBI Clerk prelims cut off for General category in 2021 was calculated out of 100 marks. The state-wise prelims cut off for General category is given below: Andaman & Nicobar-66.25 marks out of 100 Arunachal Pradesh-69.25 marks out of 100 Assam-68.50 marks out of 100 Chhattisgarh-76.5 marks out of 100 Delhi-83 marks out of 100 Gujarat-64.5 marks out of 100 Haryana-79.75 marks out of 100 Himachal Pradesh-80.25 marks out of 100 Jharkhand-69.25 marks out of 100 Karnataka-64.25 marks out of 100 Kerala-69 marks out of 100 Madhya Pradesh-81.75 marks out of 100 Maharashtra-66.25 marks out of 100 Odisha-82 marks out of 100 Punjab-75.5 marks out of 100 Rajasthan-77.75 marks out of 100 Sikkim-72.50 marks out of 100 Tamil Nadu-61.75 marks out of 100 Telangana-73.75 marks out of 100 Uttar Pradesh-81.25 marks out of 100 Uttarakhand-81.75 marks out of 100 West Bengal-79.75 marks out of 100.
 

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

A:
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?

A:
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.
 

SBI Clerk Result 2024

SBI Clerk result is announced online on the official website. The result is made available separately for prelims and mains exams. To download the result, candidates need to enter the required credentials. The hard copy of the result is not sent to candidates by post.

Q:   When SBI Clerk scorecard is released?

A:
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 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:   Where can I check my SBI Junior Associate result?

A:
SBI Clerk result is announced on the official website. The direct link to check the result is also provided on this page. Candidates can use the direct link to check the result easily. At times due to the heavy load on the server, the result page takes time to load. Candidates should not panic but rather try to check the result within an interval of five minutes. The steps to check SBI Clerk result are given below: Visit the official website of SBI Click the SBI Clerk Result 2023 link Clicking the link, the login page opens Enter the required credentials in the login page The result appears on the screen Download the result and take its printout
 

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Q:   Where can I check my SBI Junior Associate result?

A:
SBI Clerk result is announced on the official website. The direct link to check the result is also provided on this page. Candidates can use the direct link to check the result easily. At times due to the heavy load on the server, the result page takes time to load. Candidates should not panic but rather try to check the result within an interval of five minutes. The steps to check SBI Clerk result are given below: Visit the official website of SBI Click the SBI Clerk Result 2023 link Clicking the link, the login page opens Enter the required credentials in the login page The result appears on the screen Download the result and take its printout
 

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:   What is SBI Clerk normalisation?

A:
SBI normalisation is an important aspect of the exam. The prelims and Mains exams of SBI Clerk are held in various shifts, therefore, normalisation is applied to calculate the scores of candidates. SBI Clerk normalisation is done since there is some variation in the level of difficulty among with the shifts. SBI uses SBI Clerk normalisation to deal with the type of fluctuation. To balance the candidate's marks, SBI Clerk normalisation is followed which helps in adjusting the scores of all candidates. Banking exams that are conducted in different shifts do follow the normalisation process to normalise the marks secured by candidates. SBI Clerk exam is conducted to select candidates for the post of Junior Associates (Customer Support & Sales). SBI Clerk normalisation is using the equi-percentile method.
 

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.
 

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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:

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

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Answered 4 days ago

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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Answered 4 days ago

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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Answered 5 days ago

The study plan for 10 days for RBI Assistant exam is given below.

Day

Topics to be covered

Day 1

Quant: Practice Quadratic Equation questions

Reasoning: Practice Inequality

Attempt at least one mock test to check your level of preparation

Check your strong and weak areas

Work more on your calculation speed and revise the formulas

Day 2

Quant: Practice Number Series Questions

Reasoning: Practice Syllogism Questions.

Attempt 1 mock test and analyse it

Day 3

Quant: Practice Simplification and Approximation questions and probability questions

Reasoning: Practice coding-decoding

Spend some time on your strong areas

Attempt 1 mock test and analyze your performance.

Day 4

English: Practice para jumbles

Quant: Practice ration proportion and age-related questions.

Reasoning: Practice blood relation questions.

Attempt 1 mock test and analyze properly.

Day 5

English: Practise cloze test

Quant: Start with time and work and partnership

Reasoning: Practice order and ranking questions.

Practice 1 mock test and analyze your performance.

Day 6

Quant: Practice percentage and average questions.

Reasoning: Practice direction distance questions.

Attempt 1 mock test and analyze.

English: Revise grammar rules.

Day 7

Quant: Start time speed distance and mixture and alligations

Reasoning: Practice seating arrangement.

Practice 1 mock.

English: Practice RC

Day 8

Quant: Practice simple interest and CI, pipe, and cistern

Reasoning: Practice Alphanumeric series

Attempt 1-2 mock tests and analyze them properly

English: Practice Error Spotting questions

Day 9

Quant: Practice questions from various types of data interpretation

Reasoning: Practice Puzzles & Seating Arrangement

Attempt 1-2 mock tests and analyse them

Day 10

Devote at least two to three hours to practising wrong questions from each mock test

Solve 1-2 mock tests on a daily basis

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SBI Clerk 2024 final scorecard will be released soon. The scorecard will be released along with the result. The link to download the scorecard will be made available on the official website. To download the scorecard, candidates need to enter the required credentials. Tha hard copy of the scorecard

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Answered 2 weeks ago

The number of backlog vacancies for SBI Clerk exam is given below.

CategoryBacklog Vacancy

SC/ST/OBC

141

PwD

92

Xs

257

Total

490

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Answered 2 weeks ago

More than 8000 vacancies were announced for SBI Clerk exam in 2023. The vacancy break-up is given below.

Circle

State/UT

Language

SC

ST

OBC

EWS

GEN

Total

Ahmedabad

Gujarat

Gujarati

57

123

221

82

337

820

Amaravati

Andhra Pradesh

Telugu/ Urdu

08

03

13

05

21

50

Bengaluru

Karnataka

Kannada

72

31

121

45

181

450

Bhopal

Madhya Pradesh

Hindi

43

57

43

28

117

288

Chhattisgarh

Hindi

25

67

12

21

87

212

Bhubaneswar

Odisha

Odia

11

15

08

07

31

72

Chandigarh/New Delhi

Haryana

Hindi/Punjabi

50

--

71

26

120

267

Chandigarh

Jammu & Kashmir

Urdu/ Hindi

07

09

23

08

41

88

Himachal Pradesh

Hindi

45

07

36

18

74

180

Ladakh UT

Urdu/Ladakhi/Bhoti (Bodhi)

04

05

13

05

23

50

Punjab

Punjabi/ Hindi

52

--

37

18

73

180

Chennai

Tamil Nadu

Tamil

32

01

46

17

75

171

Pondicherry

Tamil

--

--

01

--

03

04

Hyderabad

Telangana

Telgu/ Urdu

84

36

141

52

212

525

Jaipur

Rajasthan

Hindi

159

122

188

94

377

940

Kolkata

West Bengal

Bengali/ Nepali

26

05

25

11

47

114

A&N Islands

Hindi/ English

--

01

05

02

12

20

Sikkim

Nepali/ English

--

--

--

--

04

04

Lucknow/New Delhi

Uttar Pradesh

Hindi/ Urdu

373

17

480

178

733

1781

Maharashtra/Mumbai Metro

Maharashtra

Marathi

10

08

26

10

46

100

New Delhi

Delhi

Hindi

65

32

117

43

180

437

Uttarakhand

Hindi

38

06

27

21

123

215

North Eastern

Arunachal Pradesh

English

--

31

-

06

32

69

Assam

Assamese /Bengali/ Bodo

30

51

116

43

190

430

Manipur

Manipuri

--

08

03

02

13

26

Meghalaya

English/Garo/ Khasi

--

33

03

07

34

77

Mizoram

Mizo

--

07

--

01

09

17

Nagaland

English

--

18

--

04

18

40

Tripura

Bengali/ Kokboro

04

08

--

02

12

26

Patna

Bihar

Hindi/Urdu

66

04

112

41

192

415

Jharkhand

Hindi/Santhali

19

42

19

16

69

165

Thiruvananthapuram

Kerala

Malyalam

04

--

12

04

27

47

Lakshadweep

Malyalam

--

01

--

--

02

03

Total

1284

748

1919

817

3515

8283

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Anangsha Patra

Contributor-Level 10

Answered 2 months ago

SBI Clerk final result 2024 is expected to be announced in June after the completion of the Lok Sabha elections. Earlier, the result was expected to be announced in March, however, the examination authority delayed the announcement of result as per the directions of Ministry of finance, Department o

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Anangsha Patra

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Answered 2 months ago

A total of 100 questions are asked in SBI Clerk prelims exam. The distribution of questions in SBI Clerk prelims exam is given below.

SectionNo of QuestionsDuration

English Language

30

20 Minutes

Numerical Ability

35

20 Minutes

Reasoning Ability

35

20 Minutes

Total

100

1 Hour

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