SBI Recruitment 2018 For Clerks | Exam Admit Cards To Be Out Soon – Check Important Dates

SBI Recruitment 2018: SBI (State Bank of India) will soon release the admit cards for the SBI Clerk Exam 2018. It is expected that the SBI will release the admit cards for the SBI Clerk exam 2018 on June 6. Thes admit cards will be released for the SBI Clerks Recruitment Prelim exam. After the prelim exam, the Mains exam will be conducted. Here are the full details.

SBI Recruitment 2018 For Clerks Admit Cards

SBI (State Bank of India) will conduct the SBI Clerks Prelims Exam 2018 on June 23, June 24 and June 30th. To recall, State Bank of India released the official notification for the post of Clerks and Junior Associates a few days back. Soon the candidates who have applied for the SBI Clerk recruitment exam 2018 will be able to download the admit cards.

Candidates are advised to keep a regular check on the website of SBI for information regarding the same. After the prelims exam, the qualified candidates will be called for the Mains Exam. The Mains Exam will be conducted in the month of August (5th Aug).

Steps to download SBI Clerk Admit Cards: Once the admit cards will be released, candidates can download the admit cards for the SBI Clerks exam 2018 from the official website of SBI. Here are the steps;

– First log on the website of SBI (
– Now on the home page, click on the Admit Card Link. (the link will be available after the release of the admit cards)
– Now enter all the details and submit it.
– The admit card will be displayed in front of you. Download the admit card and take a print out.

SBI Clerks Exam Pattern

The State Bank of India will conduct the Prelim and Main exam for the recruitment of the Clerks. Phase 1 is the Prelims exam, Phase 2 is the Mains Exam and Phase 3 is the Test of Official or Local Language. In the Prelims exam, candidates will have to solve 100 questions in 1 hour.

These questions will be from English Language, Numerical Ability and Reasoning Ability. The Mains Exam will have 190 questions and time duration will be 2 hours. Only those candidates who will clear the Prelims exam will go for the Mains Exam.



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