SBI Clerk Pre Exam 2021: Prelims exam of Clerk recruitment in State Bank postponed

SBI Clerk Pre Exam 2021: The Preliminary Examination of Junior Associate Clerk Recruitment (SBI Clerk Pre Exam 2021) released by State Bank of India has been postponed. Information has been given about postponement of the SBI by issuing notifications. According to the notification, this examination was scheduled to be held in the month of June. Now this examination has been postponed till further orders.

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SBI Clerk Pre Exam

In such a situation, all the candidates who have applied for this exam (SBI Clerk Pre Exam 2021) can see the postponement notice by visiting the official website- sbi.co.in.

The notification for the post of Clerk in the State Bank of India was issued on 26 April 2021. In this, the application process started from April 27. Candidates were given time till 20 May 2021 to apply. Under this recruitment, recruitment will be made for a total of 5000 posts in the State Bank of India.

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Vacancy detail

According to the released notification, there will be recruitment for Cool 5000 posts. In this 4915 seats have been fixed for Junior Associate Clerk. In this, 2109 seats have been fixed for General category, 1181 for OBC, 480 for EWS category, 722 for SC category and 423 seats for ST. At the same time, 85 seats have been fixed for Junior Associate Clerk Special Recruitment Drive. Vacancy can check official notification for complete information.

This will be the selection

According to the issued notification, the selection of candidates for these posts will be through an online prelims exam and main exam (SBI Preliminary & Main exam). After this the test of local language will be included. Explain that the prelims exam will be objective type for 100 marks. The one-hour exam will be divided into three parts. Check official notification to see exam pattern and process.

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