vikrant.shukla|Oct 17, 2021
SBI Clerk Result 2021; 5 important points to note
SBI Clerk result 2021 to be declared soon. Check 5 important points related to the SBI Clerk result 2021 here.
NEW DELHI: The State Bank of India (SBI) will declare the result of Clerk prelims exam soon. The SBI Clerk 2021 prelims exam result will be declared on the official website sbi.co.in. Candidates who qualify in the SBI Clerk prelims exam as per the result will be eligible to appear in the mains exam. The SBI Clerk mains exam revised date will be shared soon. The exam was scheduled to be held on July 31, 2021, but stands deferred till further notice.
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The SBI Clerk notification and application form 2021 was released on April 26 and April 27, 2021, respectively. The SBI Clerk prelims exam was conducted from July 10 to 13, 2021.
SBI Clerk 2021 dates
SBI Clerk 2021 events
SBI Clerk dates
SBI Clerk application form dates 2021
April 27 to May 17, 2021
SBI Clerk prelims 2021 exam date
July 10 to 13, 2021
SBI Clerk prelims result 2021
To be released
SBI Clerk mains exam 2021 date
To be released
SBI Clerk result 2021 - 5 important points to note
1 - The result will be declared after the exam in 4 remaining states are conducted. The prelims exam on 4 exam centres namely Shillong, Agartala, Aurangabad and Nashik (Maharashtra) could not be conducted earlier.
2 - The SBI Clerk mains exam will be held after the prelims result is declared. The result will only be declared on the official website of SBI. Candidates must visit the official website and head to the “Careers” section to view the result.
3 - To view their individual scorecard of the SBI Clerk prelims exam, aspirants will have to use their credentials. Upon checking the result, aspirants must verify the details mentioned in the result carefully and take printouts of the result or take a screenshot.
4 - Always retain the credentials until the conclusion of the whole exam process.
5 - SBI will use the normalisation method to evaluate the result as the exam was conducted across multiple days and shifts.