The State Bank of India (SBI) I about to issue the admit cards for junior associates preliminary exam on Thursday. The preliminary exam is probable to be conducted in the month of June/ July.
The State Bank of India (SBI) I about to issue the admit cards for junior associates preliminary exam on Thursday. The preliminary exam is probable to be conducted in the month of June/ July. The bank is yet to declare the exact date of the exam.
SBI held the online registration for the post of junior associates in January-February 2018. This is the largest recruitment by the bank in the banking sector with close to 9,000 posts lying vacant. Candidates can download admit card at the official website sbi.co.in/careers through registration number/ roll number and date of birth/ password.
SBI Recruitment 2018 official notification
The official notification by the bank read, “Adequate number of candidates in each category as decided by the Bank (approximately 10 times the numbers of vacancies, subject to availability) will be shortlisted for the main exam from the list of all candidates arranged in descending order of aggregate marks scored. No minimum qualifying marks for individual subject as well as for aggregate (overall) are prescribed”.
SBI Recruitment 2018: Exam pattern
The prelim exam for junior associates prelims exam will comprise of three sections and will be of 100 marks. The duration of the exam will be one hour. Questions in the exam will be asked from numerical ability, reasoning ability and English language.
Last month, the bank declared they will start the recruitment for the Specialist Cadre (SO) officers. The SBI had released an official notification mentioning about the recruitment drive.
SBI Recruitment 2018 selection process
While the registration started on May 15. The last date to apply was June 6. Once candidates are selected, SBI is likely to conduct interviews. After this, candidates will be selected for the posts.
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