SBI relaxes Certain Norms for Probationary Officer Recruitment 2018



SBI PO 2018 Recruitment, Relief for Aspirants


SBI PO 2018 Recruitment -The State Bank of India has relaxed some of its norms for recruitment of SBI Bank PO Post. Now the SBI has relaxed certain norms for Probationary Officer Recruitment.  

Also See : SBI PO 2018

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


The Preliminary stage is scheduled for July 1, 7 and 8, 2018. In the Preliminary Stage the bank has not set any sectional cut off. This is a big relief for a number of SBI PO aspirants.  The candidates will be shortlisted for the main exam based on the overall cut off.


The main exam is to be held on August 4, 2018.


The SBI is going to shortlist only 10 times the vacancies for the main exam which shows that the number of the overall cut off will go higher. This  move will satisfy those candidates who often secure marks higher than the cut-off but failed to qualify the exam.


Preliminary Exam Scheme

a.In the Preliminary Stage the bank has not set any sectional cut off.
b.SBI PO 2018 exam will have sectional timings in Prelims.
c.Ratio of candidates selected for SBI PO Mains 2018 will be 1:10.

Main Exam and Interview

  • Students who will qualify the main exam will be shortlisted for Group Exercises & Interview.
  • The  Group Exercises & Interview is scheduled to take place from 24.09.2018 to 12.10.2018
  • For this phase, the marks a candidate scored both in the Preliminary and main examination will be considered.


SBI PO 2018 Results:

The Final results will be published on November 1, 2018

The notification inviting applications for selection of SBI Probationary Officers (PO) was released on the official website of the State Bank of India (SBI) – on April 21. The last date for submitting the application through online is May 13, 2018.

For any query, candidates are requested to check the official website

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