SBI Clerk Result 2019 Announced @sbi.co.in: Download SBI Clerk Prelims Result & Check Cut-off Here
State Bank of India (SBI) has released the result of Preliminary Exam for 8653 posts of Junior Associates (Customer Support & Sales) in Clerical Cardre on 23 July 2019. The result can be accessed on the official website of the Bank - sbi.co.in.
SBI Clerk Result 2019 Update: The State Bank of India has announced the result of Preliminary Exam for 8653 posts of Junior Associates (Customer Support & Sales) in Clerical Cardre on 23 July 2019. All those candidates who had appeared in SBI Clerk exam on 22 and 23 June 2019 can download their result through the official website of the Bank - sbi.co.in.
Alternatively, the candidates can also check the SSC Junior Associate Prelims Result 2019 from the direct link given below. The candidates will be required to provide Roll Number/Registration Number and Date of Birth in order to check their results. Candidates should visit this page for SBI Clerk 2019 Result latest updates.
Candidates who qualified in the SBI JA exam will be called for SBI Clerk Main Exam 2019. The candidates will be shortlisted approximately 10 times the numbers of vacancies for SBI Clerk Exam. SBI Clerk Main Exam 2019 will be held tentatively on 10 August. Shortlisted Candidates can to download the SBI Main exam call letter before 15 days from the conduct of the main exam.
SBI Main exam for Clerk Posts will consist of 190 questions of 200 Marks. The total time will be alloted to compete the test is 2 hours and 40 Mains.
SBI Clerk final selection wil be done on the basis of SBI Clerk Interview Round.
How to Download SBI Clerk 2019 Prelims Result?
- Visit the SBI official website.i.e.sbi.co.in.
- Click on ‘Career’ Tab
- Click on the link ‘SBI Clerk Junior Associates Preliminary Exam Result 2019”
- A new window will be open.
- Enter your Roll Number or Registration Number and Date of Birth
SBI Prelims exam for clerk was of easy to moderate level. We have guesstimated the SBI Clerk cut-off according to which 60 to 65 marks are expected for General category, 55 to 65 EWS, 53 to 63 for OBC, 48 to 58 for SC and 42 to 52 for ST Category. It is also expected a high percentile for Punjab and Haryana States.