SBI clerk recruitment 2020: Apply for 7,870 posts today

SBI clerk recruitment 2020: Apply for 7,870 posts today

SBI clerk recruitment 2020: Apply for 7,870 posts today

Attention candidates, the State Bank of India has released the notification for SBI clerk 2020. As per the notification, there are a total of 7,870 posts of Junior Associate (Customer Support and Sales) in clerical cadre. As per the notice, the last date to apply is January 26, 2020.

SBI clerk recruitment 2020: Step to apply

Step1: Visit the official website of SBI i.e.
Step2: On the homepage, click on the career link
Step3: A new page will appear
Step4: Under the latest notification, click on the link which says Recruitment of Junior Associate,
Step5: Read the notification carefully
Step6: Click on the apply link
Step7: A new page will appear
Step8: Register yourself and fill the application form
Step 9: Submit it

SBI clerk recruitment 2020: Important information

  • Online application first day: January 3, 2020
  • Last date to apply: January 26, 2020
  • The download of admit card: February 2020
  • SBI Clerk paper (Preliminary): February/March 2020
  • The download of admit card: April 2020
  • Application fee for General/ OBC/EWS candidates: Rs. 750
  • No application fee for SC/ST/PWD candidates

SBI clerk recruitment 2020: Eligibility criteria

Age Limit

  • Minimum age: 20
  • Maximum age: 28

Education qualification

The candidate must have a graduation degree in any subject from a recognized university or any equivalent qualification recognized by the central government.

SBI clerk recruitment 2020: Examination pattern

Preliminary exam

The online examination will be an objective type with 100 marks.
The exam will be divided into three categories

  • English: 30 questions,
  • Numerical ability: 35 questions
  • Reasoning: 35 questions

Main examination

The online exam will be 200 marks with 190 questions.

  • General/Finance Awareness: 50 questions
  • English: 40 questions,
  • Quantitative aptitude: 50 questions
  • Reasoning: 50 questions