The State Bank of India (SBI) has announced SBI Clerk preliminary exam result 2020 on its official website sbi.co.in. SBI Junior Associates (Customer Support & Sales) Preliminary Examination was held on February 22, 29, March 1, and 8, 2020. However, due to the coronavirus lockdown, the results were delayed.
Candidates who had appeared in the SBI Clerk preliminary examination 2020 can check their result online at sbi.co.in/careers. Candidates who qualify the SBI Clerk prelims examination will be eligible to appear for the SBI Clerk main exam. The SBI will conduct the Junior Associates Main examination on October 31 (Saturday).
How to check SBI Clerk Prelims result 2020:
Visit the official website at sbi.co.in/careers
On the homepage, click on the link for SBI clerk prelims 2020 result appearing under the latest announcement section
Key in your login credentials and login
The SBI Clerk Prelims result in 2020 will be displayed on the screen
Download the results and take its print out for future use.
Selection Procedure of SBI Clerk:
The selection procedure includes three steps – preliminary exam, Mains test and test of specified opted local language.
In the preliminary exam, questions from English Language, Numerical Ability, and Reasoning Ability are asked. The exam is for one hour and carries 100 marks. There are 35 questions each of Numerical Ability and Reasoning and 30 questions of the English Language.
Those who qualify SBI Clerk preliminary exam have to appear for the Mains test. Mains examination carries 190 questions – 50 each of General or Financial Awareness, Quantitative Aptitude and Reasoning Ability and Computer Aptitude, and 40 of General English. The paper is of 200 marks. The time allotted to complete the exam is 2 hours and 40 minutes.
In both Mains and Prelims, one-fourth of marks are deducted as a penalty for each wrong answer.
The SBI will conduct the Junior Associates Main examination on October 31 (Saturday). The mains exam will include general English (40 marks), quantitative aptitude (50 marks), reasoning ability, and computer aptitude (60 marks), general/financial awareness (50 marks). Overall, there will be 190 questions with 200 marks. Candidates will be given two hours to complete the paper.