SBI PO Preparation Tips, Exam Pattern & Syllabus – Bank Naukri


State Bank of India (SBI) every year comes
out with huge number of vacancies for recruitment of eligibile candidates for the post of Probationary
Officers. The Bank will generally publish the notification
in May, 2017. Candidates who aspire to join SBI as Probationary
Officers, are required to register online for the recruitment process. Talking about the selection procedure, the
SBI PO 2017 online exam will be conducted in three phases – Preliminary and Mains
Exam & Interview. Shortlisted candidates, that is, candidates
who have appeared for Prelims and Cleared the cut offs will be eligible to appear for
the Mains Examination. Subsequently, those qualifying the Mains Examination
will be called for a Group Discussion and Interview. The Final Merit list of SBI PO 2017 will be
prepared on the basis of the marks in Mains Exam and Group Discussion & Interview. Allotment of candidates to the different branches
of SBI will be done from the top ranked candidates in the merit list. Candidates applying for SBI PO 2017 exam should
fulfil the necessary eligibility criteria, which is:
1. Nationality: Only Indian Citizens can only
apply 2. Age Limit – Candidates should not be below
21 years and above 30 years. 3. Educational Qualification – Graduation in
any discipline from a recognized university or any equivalent qualification recognized
as such by the Central Government. Those who are in the final year/semester of
their graduation can also apply. Now that you know if you are eligible to apply
for this exam, let’s see the exam pattern: The Pattern and Structure of SBI PO Exam has
been divided into Prelims, Mains and Group Discussion & Interview
The Preliminary Examination consists of Objective Tests for 100 marks which will be conducted
online. The test will be of 1 hour duration consisting
of 3 sections – English, Quantitative Aptitude and Reasoning Ability
If you qualify the prelims, you are just two steps away from becoming an Probationary Officer. Also, Mains Exam Marks is more important as
the marks you score in this exam define your place in the merit list. The pattern for Mains exam is very simple. Mains exam comprises of Objective Test and
Descriptive Test. The Objective Test will carry 200 marks and
Descriptive Test will carry 50 marks. Both the Objective and Descriptive Test will
be conducted online. The aggregate marks of candidates qualifying
in both the Objective Tests and the Descriptive Test will be arranged in descending order
in each category to be called for the Interview. Then the final stage will be your Interview. After this round, a merit list will be made
combining Main exam marks and Interview marks. If you want to become the next Probationary
Officer in the State Bank of India, then you need to start your preparation right away! And first, focus on clearing your Prelims. Also, please find a PDF with detailed syllabus
and topics to focus on in the description below. If you have any doubts, please feel free use
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