If you are looking for a job opportunity in the banking sector, India’s largest lender has an announcement for you. The State Bank of India (SBI) has notified a total of 8,000 Junior Associates (Customer Support and Sales) posts.
The registration process for the notified posts started on January 3 and will continue till January 26, 2020. On the basis of the preliminary and main exams, SBI would select the candidates.
All you need to know about SBI clerk recruitment:
Applicants must note that SBI will only allow and accept online application for the posts
Step 1: Scan photograph and signature
Step 2: Visit SBI’s website bank sbi/careers or sbi.co.in/careers
Step 3: Open the Online Application Form, available under the ‘Current Openings’.
Step 4: Fill in the required details
Step 5: Pay the fee using debit card/credit card/net banking
Step 6: On successful completion of the transaction, e-receipt and application form with fee details will be generated. Take a print out of it for the record.
Note: If the online transaction is not done successfully, you may have to register again and make payment online.
SBI Clerk 2020 notification: Eligibility
The aspirant must be a graduate in any discipline from a recognised University or must be holding any equivalent qualification recognised as such by the central government
Candidates must be between 20 years and 28 years as on January 1, 2020.
SBI Clerk 2020 notification: Exam Pattern
SBI would only select candidates on the basis of preliminary and main exams.
Preliminary Exam Pattern
The preliminary exam would carry questions in English language, numerical ability and reasoning ability. The exam would be of total 100 marks and candidates are allowed to attempt for 1-hour duration to complete the exam. No minimum qualifying marks are prescribed for an individual test or for aggregate score.
Main Exam Pattern
The main exam would contain questions from general/ financial awareness, general English, quantitative aptitude and reasoning ability and computer aptitude. The exam would carry 190 questions and candidates are allowed 2 hours 40 minutes to attempt the exam.
Online registration of application: January 3-26, 2020
Online fee payment: January 3-26, 2020
Last date for printing application: February 10, 2020