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SBI PO 2018: Important Dates, Exam Pattern & Syllabus, Admit Card, Results

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The State Bank of India Probationary Officer (SBI PO) Examination is one of the most important banking exams in India. Every year SBI conducts online recruitment exam for the post of Bank PO. More than 20-25 lakh candidates apply for this exam annually.

Notification

The notification regarding the recruitment exam is released on the official website of the State Bank of India and other newspapers.

Tentative Dates

Event Name Dates
Start of Online Registration Feb-18
Last Date of Online Registration Mar-18
Prelims Exam Date April-May 2018
Result of Prelims May-18
Admit Card for Mains May-18
Mains Exam Date Jun-18
Result of Mains Exam Jun-18

Application

The online registration forms for SBI PO is uploaded on the official website once the notification is released. The candidates can register and apply for the examination through the link provided on the SBI website. The candidates are advised to go through the SBI PO eligibility details before filing the online application form.

Selection Procedure

The SBI PO Selection is conducted in three phases – Preliminary Exam, Mains Exam, and Group Exercise & Interview

Syllabus and Exam Pattern for Mains & Prelims

SBI PO Preliminary exam paper consists of three sections – Quantitative Aptitude, Reasoning Ability and English Language. The Quantitative Aptitude, and Reasoning section consists of 35 question each while the English section consists of 30 questions. The candidates get 1 hour to complete the paper.

SBI PO Mains exam is conducted at two levels – Objective Exam and Descriptive Exam. The Objective exam consists of sections including – Reasoning Ability and Computer Aptitude, Data Analysis and Interpretation, General/Economy/Banking Awareness and English Language. The Descriptive test consists of two sections – Letter writing and Essay Writing. 

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