SBI Clerk result is released by The State Bank of India, two to three weeks after the exam has been conducted. Candidates can check the SBI Clerk result at the official website of SBI.
The final SBI Junior Associate exam for the 2020 recruitment was released on December 24, 2020. Candidates who couldn’t qualify the exams or the ones who are anticipating the release of SBI Clerk 2021 notification must start their preparation now for the best results.
Candidates can also check the SBI Clerk Result released on October 20, 2020, for the preliminary phase of the examination, at the linked article.
In this article, we shall discuss in detail the steps to check SBI Clerk result and the important dates for SBI Clerk Prelims and SBI Clerk Mains result 2021.
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The SBI Clerk result is based on the overall cut-off decided across the country. SBI has removed sectional cut off from the SBI Clerk prelims and mains exam since 2019.
Candidates preparing for the SBI Clerk mains can check the Banking Awareness syllabus for the General Awareness section at the linked article.
To check the latest notifications related to the clerical cadre examination and other Government sector examinations, candidates can visit the linked article.
For more information regarding the SBI exam, candidates can visit the linked article.
The SBI Clerk exam is conducted in two stages:
Over the years, the number of applicants has increased. This has directly affected the SBI Clerk result. The cut off marks have increased, and the number of vacancies is way less in comparison to the number of applicants.
How To Check SBI Clerk Result
The SBI Clerk result for candidates who appear for the examination is released on the official website of SBI. Candidates can login through their roll number and password and check their result online.
The same procedure can be used by candidates to check the SBI Clerk scorecard once it is released. The past few years have shown that SBI first releases the SBI Clerk result and following it a week later the scorecard is released.
Two things are required to check the SBI Clerk result. This includes:
- Roll Number/ Registration Number
- Password/ Date of Birth
Given below are the steps that a candidate can follow to check the SBI Clerk result 2021:
- Visit the official website of SBI
- On the top right corner, an “Announcement” option is available. Look for the SBI Clerk result link there
- Click on the link and you are redirected to the login credentials page
- Enter your registration number/roll number and date of birth/password
- You are redirected to the result page where can you can see the result status
- Selected candidates must keep a copy of the SBI Clerk result status along for the further selection procedure
Following the above-mentioned steps, candidates can check the SBI Clerk result for the prelims and mains examination 2021.
Candidates who are interested to apply for other bank exams can check the detailed section-wise Bank Exam Syllabus at the linked article and prepare themselves for the upcoming exams.
SBI Clerk Prelims Result
The State Bank of India has released SBI Clerk result for the preliminary examination conducted on February 22nd, 29th and March 1st and 8th, 2020. After a long wait, the conducting body finally released the prelims result.
Given below date the important dates regarding the SBI Clerk prelims result:
|SBI Clerk Prelims Result|
|SBI Clerk Prelims Result 2020||October 20, 2020|
|SBI Clerk Prelims Result 2019||July 23, 2019|
|SBI Clerk Prelims Result 2018||July 24, 2018|
The SBI prelims exam is only qualifying in nature and the marks scored in this section are not calculated for the final merit.
To review the previous year question paper and to apprehend the level of exam, candidates can check the SBI Clerk Prelims Exam Analysis at the linked article.
Candidates can refer to the SBI Junior Associate Preparation Tips at the linked article.
Once the SBI Clerk prelims result is released, the shortlisted candidates are further selected for the SBI Clerk mains exam.
Since there is no interview level in the SBI Clerk selection process, candidates must make sure that they perform well in the prelims and mains exam so as to improve their overall performance.
Apart from the SBI Clerk exam, SBI also conducts the SBI PO exam for recruiting Probationary Officers. Candidates can know more about SBI PO at the linked article.
SBI Clerk Mains Result
The SBI Clerk mains result or the final result 2020 released on December 24, 2020, along with the list of provisionally shortlisted candidates. Candidates who qualify the prelims exam are shortlisted for the SBI Clerk mains examination.
Given below is the SBI Clerk Result PDF with the list of candidates provisionally shortlisted for the Junior Associate post for the year 2020:
Candidates can get the detailed SBI Clerk syllabus at the linked article.
Given below the important dates for the SBI Clerk mains result for the past few years for the reference of candidates:
|SBI Clerk Mains Result|
|SBI Clerk Mains Result 2020||December 24 2020|
|SBI Clerk Mains Result 2019||October 30, 2019|
|SBI Clerk Mains Result 2018||September 22, 2018|
Since the prelims examination is only qualifying in nature, it is important that the candidates shortlisted for the SBI Clerk mains examination prepare themselves well enough to get through the final selection.
The Mains level is the final stage of the selection process and once the candidates qualify the mains examination they are called for document verification. Only once a candidate’s documents are verified he or she is provisionally recruited in SBI as a Junior Associate.
Various other banks conduct recruitment for the post of Clerk. Candidates can get details regarding the job profile, salary and responsibilities of a Bank Clerk at the linked article.
SBI Clerk Cut Off
The SBI clerk result for the Junior Associate post is based on the cut off which is released by the conducting body based on the various factors.
Cut off is nothing but the minimum qualifying marks which a candidate must score to reach the next phase of the examination. The State Bank of India has removed sectional cut off and candidates now only need to score more than the overall cut off to crack the exam.
For candidates who have either appeared for the 2021 recruitment or are willing to appear for the upcoming SBI Clerk recruitment, can check the SBI Clerk cut off at the linked article. This will help an individual analyse the trend increase or decrease in the cut off marks released in the SBI Clerk result.
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