SBI Clerk 2018 preliminary examination has begun on June 23 in computer based mode. The prelims exam is being held across various exam centres in 215 cities in the country. SBI Clerk 2018 is being held in four shifts for three days – June 23, 24 and 30. The entrance exam is expected to be taken by 30 lakh candidates.
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SBI Clerk exam is being conducted for 8301 vacancies for the recruitment of Junior Associate (Customer Support and Sales) in clerical cadre in State Bank of India. The fresh recruitment of Junior Associates is initially done on probation basis for a period of minimum six months.
The SBI Clerk 2018 admit card was released on June 6 and will be accessible till June 30. Candidates can download their admit card online by entering their registration number and password in the login window. As per SBI Clerk exam pattern, the question paper of prelims carry 100 multiple choice questions from English, Reasoning and Numerical Ability.
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One mark will be awarded for each correct answer and there will be negative marking of 0.25 (1/4) for every incorrect answer. Candidates have one hour to complete three sections of the exam. Each paper must be completed within 20 minutes. The medium of the question paper is either English or Hindi.
Once the prelims exam is over on June 30, the qualifying candidates will have to appear in the mains exam – to be held on August 5. SBI Clerk mains question paper will have objective type questions from General/Financial Awareness, General English, Quantitative Aptitude, Reasoning Ability and Computer Aptitude.
Alike prelims, the mains test is also held in online mode, however the duration for this exam is different than the prelims - 2 hours 40 minutes. The mains admit card of SBI Clerk 2018 will be issued from July 23 onwards for only those candidates who will qualify the SBI prelims exam.
The final selection of candidates will be based on their performance in the mains examination and subject to qualifying the language proficiency test.
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The age eligibility qualification for SBI clerk are as follows, Candidate should Not be below 20 years and not above 28 years as on 01.01.2020, i.e candidates must have been born not earlier than 02.01.1992 and not later than 01.01.2000 (both days inclusive).I regret to inform you this but you are not eligible
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SBI has released the Clerk application form on January 02, 2020. You can fill it from January 03 to 26, 2020 in online mode from the official website of SBI. To know the steps on how to fill the
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Sorry to inform you that you are not eligible for SBI Clerk Exam 2020.As per the SBI Clerk exam eligibility,a candidate age should be of 20-28 years as on January 1st,2020.Also the maximum age for exam is 28 years for General Category,which is 31 years for OBC and 33 for SC/ST category.
So you can appear for the exam next year.
I Hope You Will Easily Make The Exam
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Yes you can fill the application form of SBI because the age limit to apply for SBI Clerk is 20- 28 years. Only those candidates who successfully fill the application form will receive
SBI Clerk admit card
tentatively by Feb 10.
It is to be noted that SBI Clerk recruitment process involves two stages- prelims and mains.
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