State Bank of India (SBI) has released the list of provisionally selected candidates for SBI Clerk waitlist 2019. The list has been released on the official website of the exam authority - sbi.co.in. The list contains the roll numbers of all the provisionally selected candidates who were in the waitlist for the SBI Clerk 2019 recruitment exam. There are approximately 2000 candidates whose roll numbers have been mentioned in the provisional list of the waiting candidates. Candidates whose roll numbers are mentioned in the provisional list have to now appear for the language proficiency test and the document verification for being recruited as SBI Clerk .
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SBI Clerk Provisional Allotment 2019 Released For Wait list; Check Details Here

SBI Clerk 2019 exam (mains) was held on August 10, 2019. The final SBI Clerk result was announced on October 30, 2019 in which a total of 8938 candidates have qualified.

How to Check SBI Clerk 2019 Provisional Allotment List For The Waiting Candidates?

In order to check the list of selected candidates from the waitlist of SBI Clerk 2019 exam, candidates must follow the steps mentioned below:

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  • Click on the link available above on this page

  • Your screen will then flash the list of provisionally shortlisted candidates

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  • Visit the official website of SBI - sbi.co.in

  • Click on the careers section

  • The screen will then display the careers page of SBI

  • Click on the latest announcement

  • Select the recruitment of Junior Associates section

  • Click on the provisional list for the waiting candidates

  • Download the PDF for future references.

Earlier, the authorities had released the waiting list of more than 4000 candidates, nearly 50% of the total vacancies. The list contained the roll numbers of the candidates on the basis of category and state wise. From this waitlist list, candidates are released on quarterly basis against non-joining and resignation out of the current batch of Junior Assistants only. Only those wait list candidates have made it to the provisional list who have secured the minimum SBI Clerk cut off as per their category and state. SBI Clerk waitlist is valid for one year from the date of the declaration of the result.

This year, the SBI Clerk 2020 exam is being conducted on February 22, 29, March 1 and 8 for the prelims stage while the mains exam will be held on April 19, 2020. The exam will be held in two stages - prelims and mains. The prelims exam will be held for a total of 100 marks while the mains exam will be held for 200 marks.

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tamil nadu vacancy for exservice man cut off sbi clerk , preliminary and main exam 2019 and 2020

Sanjay Khandelwal 14th Feb, 2020
Hello sir
The cut off of 2019 SBI clerk for preliminary examination was 61.25 that was for UR, ex servicemen's data is not available for 2019, for 2018  the state cut off for ex servicemen's in preliminary exam was 32.25 and in mains examination was 60.25 for Tamil Nadu . I will try to get 2019 data from other sources for ex servicemen's.
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sir Exserviceman cut off mark for sbi clerk exampreliminary and main exam on 2019 and 2020

Sanjay Khandelwal 14th Feb, 2020
Sir can you tell me in which state you are applying or applied. Because cut off for preliminary exam of SBI clerk is based on state wise and also please mention the state you have chosen according to that I will be able to provide you the details. For example servicemen's in 2018 it was 60.15.
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how to prepare for the sbi clerk? nd I dont have enough time? plzz suggest me?

Swati Umang 9th Feb, 2020

Hello! Hope you are doing good.

In order to clear any exam, the most important part is clearing the current affairs apart. So, revise as much current affairs as you can.

Also, at this point of time you should start giving mock tests or previous year's appears. This will help in trying to figure out the places where you lack.

Time management is the key in competitive exams so make sure to start giving previous year's test papers. Don't think about whether or not you know the topics or have revised. Everything will be good, once you strt giving test.

All the best

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i appeared for the cat but my overall percentile was not so gud..so i m planning for the feb mat nd mah cet.but i have also applied for the sbi clerk..so what should i do? should i preparing for the sbi clerk nd give up mat preparation? plzz suggest me?

Sampriti Student Expert 3rd Feb, 2020
You should appear for MAT and MAH CET. Just get some idea about what kind of questions are asked. If you score really well you can get a decent college which can build your career. But at the same time if you're thinking about SBI clerk then you must keep it also as an option. If you get through the interview you can definitely join and prepare for CAT alongside. It's always better to keep more options to choose from. There's not very much difference between the syllabus of SBI clerk and MAT/MAH CET. Only the banking awareness section of SBI is a little different but is easier to deal with. So you must appear for all the exams.

Good Luck
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if i appear for SBI CLERK and get selected then can i appear for the subsequent SBI PO exam or is there any kind of restriction?

Shristi Kirti 27th Feb, 2020

Hello Nupur,

You can definitely appear for SBI PO examination even if you have got selected for the SBI Clerk exam. Not only this, you can appear for any other examination if you wish to. There is no such restrictions on it.

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