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Dinesh Goyal|Jul 28, 2021
NEW DELHI: The State Bank of India has announced that the SBI clerk main exam 2021 has been postponed till further notice. The new date for the SBI clerk mains exam will be announced soon. Earlier the SBI clerk mains exam was supposed to be conducted on July 31.
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Recently the SBI had conducted the SBI clerk 2021 prelims exam from July 10 to July 13, 2021. The SBI clerk prelims exam was postponed in 4 cities due to unavoidable reasons.
SBI clerk prelims exam 2021
July 10-13, 2021
SBI Clerk mains exam 2021
To be announced
State Bank of India will soon announce the expected SBI Clerk result date for the preliminary examination. All the candidates who qualify the prelims exam, they would be eligible to appear for the mains exam. The SBI clerk prelims exam was conducted in computer based mode.
In order to check the SBI Clerk prelims result, candidates will have to visit the official website and mention the SBI registration number and date of birth along with the captcha code that is visible on the screen. Candidates will be able to download the scorecard along with the admit card.
According to the exam pattern of SBI Clerk 2021, candidates will have to answer 190 q questions in two hours and forty minutes. The sections from which the questions will be asked in the SBI mains exam are General/ Financial Awareness, General English, Quantitative Aptitude and Reasoning Ability & Computer Aptitude.
The SBI clerk exam is conducted for more than five thousand vacancies. All the candidates who clear all the stages of the selection process including document verification, they would be offered the appointment letter.
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