By | 24 Dec 2020 at 9:23 PM
SBI PO 2019 Main Result to release soon – Here's how to check

State Bank of India (SBI) released the SBI Clerk result for mains exam in online mode on the official website – sbi.co.in. Candidates who appeared in the examination can download the mains result of SBI Clerk 2020 after logging in with registration number or roll number and date of birth along with text verification.

The SBI clerk mains exam was conducted on October 31, 2020 following government guidelines of COVID-19. Candidates who secure marks more than or equal to the SBI clerk mains cut off need to appear for language proficiency test.

The recruitment drive is being conducted to fill 8000 vacancies, out of which, 7870 vacancies are for regular and 130 are under the Special Recruitment Drive.

The SBI Clerk Mains examination 2020 was conducted on October 31 and November 7, 2020.

Direct link to check SBI Clerk Mains results 2020.

How to check SBI Clerk Mains results 2020:

Visit the official website at sbi.co.in/career

Click on the link that reads, “RECRUITMENT OF JUNIOR ASSOCIATES (CUSTOMER SUPPORT & SALES) (Advertisement No. CRPD/CR/2019-20/20)”

The SBI Clerk Mains results 2020 in a pdf format will be displayed on the screen

Download the results and take its print out for future use.

SBI Clerk Final Result 2020

As no Interview Process is going to be conducted for the post of Clerical Cadre in State Bank of India, selection will be solely based on the marks obtained by candidates in their Mains Exam.

The SBI Clerk Final Result will be based on the marks obtained in the mains exam. The Prelims marks will not be considered while preparing the SBI Clerk 2020 Final Merit List. Hence, the final selection of candidates is done based on the marks secured by them in the main examination only. Candidates qualified in the mains examination will get offer/joining letter according to their aggregate marks in descending order as per their respective categories and states.

SBI Local language Test

The language test is conducted for candidates qualifying the mains exam.

Candidates who have studied the opted local language in Class 10th or 12th are not required to appear in the test.

In the case of others, we conduct a local language test before joining the bank.

Candidates found not proficient in a particular local language will be disqualified from the joining.