SBI PO 2016 Preliminary exam result declared on July 17
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The State Bank of India (SBI) has declared the Preliminary exam result of SBI PO 2016 on July 17, 2016. SBI PO Preliminary exam is the first stage of State Bank of India’s recruitment process to fill up 2,428 vacancies, including PwD and backlog vacancies in their PO cadre.

The SBI PO 2016 Preliminary exam result can be checked through the official online window by entering the candidate’s roll number or registration number and password or date of birth in the relevant boxes.

 

Successful candidates of SBI PO 2016 Preliminary exam have been called to appear in the Main exam, which is the second stage of the bank’s recruitment process. The SBI PO 2016 Main exam is scheduled to be conducted on July 31.

 

Out of the total vacancies announced, as many as 1,028 are available for General candidates, while other vacancies are divided in SC, ST, OBC categories.

 

Over 25 lakh candidates had reportedly registered for the recruitment process, for which the Preliminary exam held on July 2, 3, 9 and 10.

 

Click here to check SBI PO 2016 result for Preliminary exam

 

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If we are at a clerikal job then for the higher post what kind of exams we need to give then. Can we give SBI Po exams after grads or we need to give some clerikal exam first .

Papeya Dubey Student Expert 3rd Oct, 2019

Hello,

Absolutely, you can give SBI PO, and even IBPS PO for that matter, these exam require only graduation with no specific aggregate, you can also apply for RBI Grade B Officer, if you have 60% aggregate at 10th standard, 12th Standard and Graduation.

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I recently appeared for Interview and Document verification in SBI PO. I only did graduation although mine was an integrated course. I had the provisional degree provided by my college and character certificate as well. They still wrote IDD not completed, would that be an issue for my selection?

Ashish pal Student Expert 4th Oct, 2019

Hello Gitanjali.

For SBI po you require only graduation course . If you have completed it in integrated form then it's ok. If you are having all required documents then their is no much problem all in all.

You better go for councelling. If they written idd then it will be removed later.

Don't worry for that.

Ok good luck

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i was born on 11-06-1999 can i am eligible for sbi po 2020

Priyaanka Sarkar Student Expert 2nd Oct, 2019

Dear Vivek, the lower age limit to apply for SBI PO exam is 21 years as on April 1st, 2020. But by April 1st, you will be 20 years and 4 months which means you are short by 8 months approximately. So unfortunately, you do not qualify for SBI PO 2020. You may have to wait until you turn 21.

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i was born in 11-06-1999 can iam eligible for sbi po 2020 exam plz anyone reply

Priyaanka Sarkar Student Expert 2nd Oct, 2019

Dear Vivek, the lower age limit to apply for SBI PO exam is 21 years as on April 1st, 2020. But by April 1st, you will be 20 years and 4 months which means you are short by 8 months approximately. So unfortunately, you do not qualify for SBI PO 2020. You may have to wait until you turn 21.

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I got 52% in graduation and im born at December1998 .am i eligible for sbi po or clerk 2020?

Sourandhi Saha Student Expert 29th Sep, 2019
SBI PO 2019 Eligibility Criteria mandates a candidate to hold a Bachelor's Degree from any recognized university to apply for the exam.
State Bank of India has set a certain age limit for candidates willing to fill the application form.
All the candidates must be between 21 years to 30 years of age as on April 1, 2019.

Category                              Number Of Attempts
General                                               4
Gen (PWD)                                          7
OBC                                                     7
OBC (PWD)                                         7
SC/SC (PWD)/ST (PWD)         No restriction

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