India’s largest public lender the State Bank of India (SBI) is likely to announce the SBI Clerk prelims result 2019 this week. The result will be released online on the bank’s official website.
The main exam for the SBI Clerk recruitment will be held on August 10, 2019. Only those who qualify the prelims can appear for the mains exam.
The SBI Clerk Prelim exam was conducted in computer-based mode on June 22 and June 23. The main examination will also be a computer-based objective test.
How to check the result:
- Click on the official website at https://www.sbi.co.in/careers/ongoing-recruitment.html
- Click on the result tab for checking the result of SBI Clerk prelims result
- Enter your registration number and password to check your SBI Clerk prelims result 2019.
- Download your SBI Clerk result
- Take a printout for future references
The number of candidates selected for the main exam is approximately 10 times the number of vacancies in that category. The 2 hours 40-minute main exam will carry 200 marks and 190 questions and will be divided into four sections: General and financial awareness (50 marks) General English (40 marks), Quantitative Aptitude (50 marks) and Reasoning Ability and Computer Aptitude (60 marks).
The candidates will be selected for SBI Clerk post if they get qualified in both the prelims and mains exam.
Notification by the Bank:
In a notification, SBI had warned candidates to be wary of fraudsters who host fake SBI websites.
“Fake lists of selection for posts in SBI have been published on these websites, and reportedly fake appointment letters are also being issued in the name of SBI,” India’s top recruiter said in a press release.
The bank also said that it never publishes the names of shortlisted/selected candidates on the website. Only roll numbers/registration numbers are published and shortlisted/selected candidates are informed individually through SMS/Email/Post.
Format of the Main Exam:
The SBI Clerk Main examination will be of 2 hours and 40 minutes. There will be four sections — General/Financial Awareness, General English, Quantitative Aptitude, and Reasoning Ability and Computer Knowledge.
There will be 40 questions in the General English section, and 50 questions each in the rest of the three sections. Each question will carry one mark and for each wrong answer, a quarter of a mark will be deducted.
General Financial/Awareness and General English sections will be of 35 minutes’ duration each and Quantitative Aptitude and Reasoning Ability and Computer Knowledge section will each be of 45 minutes’ duration.