SBI Po Prelims 2017 Admit Cards Released

State Bank of India (SBI), conducts examination for the recruitment of the Probationary officer. The examination has different phases through which the selection of the personnel for the post is done. The process consists of three phases preliminary examination, mains examination, and Group discussion & Interview.

SBI PO Admit Card Released

State Bank of India (SBI) will conduct the Preliminary examination in two weeks and hence the State Bank of India has issued the admit card for the same. The details of the call letter/ admit card for the Preliminary examination ids published on the official website www.sbi.co.in/careers.

The countdown for the examination for the recruitment of the Probationary officer has started with the release of the Admit cards/ Call letters.  The notification for the recruitment was released =in the month of February with a total number of vacancies of 2313.

The Preliminary examination is going to be held on April 29th, 30th or May 6th, 7th  as according to the date mentioned in the SBI PO exam calendar.

Steps to download your respective Admit cards/Call letters

  • Candidates have to open SBI PO recruitment page.
  • They are asked to enter their registration number and Date of birth or password to sign in.
  • Call letter/ Admit card will be displayed on your screen with your respective exam date, venue and time.
  • Take a printout of the call letter and paste recent photograph of yours.

Documents to carry

The printed admit card must be submitted to the invigilator along with a photo for identity proof. Make sure Candidates must have one of the following ID proofs

  •         Aadhar Card
  •         Password
  •         Voter’s ID
  •         College ID
  •         Pan Card
  •         Driving License
  •         Bank Passbook with duty attested photograph

Without ID proof candidates will not be allowed for the examination.

Those candidates for whom the details mentioned in the call letter and the document produced if doesn’t match then the candidate won’t be allowed to sit in the examination.

The Probationary examination conducted as a computer- based online test and have total marks of 100 and there are 100  number of questions. The questions will be divided into three different sections they are:

Quantitative Aptitude- 35 questions

Reasoning Ability- 35 questions

English Language- 30 questions

Each question will carry 1 marks, the candidates have to score minimum qualifying marks for each section.

For the total vacancy of 2313, more than 25 lakh candidates filled the application. Through the Preliminary examination, only 46,260 candidates will be selected for the next process of recruitment. The selected candidates will be invited for the Mains examination.

The result for the Preliminary examination will be announced on 17th May.

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