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SBI PO Examination Results 2014

SBI PO Examination Results 2014

The final results of Probationary officers (PO) examination for 2014 have been declared. The same can be checked on the official website of State Bank of India.

Written examination and Interview:

The candidates who managed to clear the written examination were further shortlisted for the interviews. The written examination for the posts was conducted during the months of June and July 2014. Interviews for those who had qualified the written examination were conducted in the month of October and began on 8th October.

Eligibility criterion for the Examination:

Indian candidates are eligible for applying for the post of Probationary Officers. The minimum age for appearing in these examinations is 21 years and the maximum age limit for PO examination is 30 years.

Relaxation of Upper age limit is applicable for SC/ST/ OBC/ Person with disability/ ex serviceman and candidates from Kashmir area.

Age Limit:

  • General Candidates: 21 years to 30 years.
  • Scheduled Caste/Scheduled tribe: 35 years.
  • Other backward classes: 33 years
  • Disability sufferer: 10 years (age relaxation)
  • Ex service man: 35 years
  • People from Kashmir: 33 years.

Educational Qualification:

The candidates who desire to appear for the position of Probationary officer in near future should possess the following qualifications:

The candidates need to possess a graduate degree. The degree can be in any stream but the general category candidates should have secured at least 65 percent marks and those belonging to any of the reserved category listed above should have scored at least 60 percent marks in their graduation degree.

Candidates appearing for the post should have knowledge of basic computing skills and should be comfortable with handling Microsoft Office, Microsoft Excel and Microsoft Power Point.

Examination Pattern:

Those who desire to appear for the examination will have to appear for the written examination.

Candidates will have to appear for an objective and descriptive examination. In the objective examination one will be tested for English language, general awareness, data interpretation and reasoning. This session will span 2 hours and will be of 200 marks. The descriptive examination will be of 50 marks and will last 1 hour. The candidates will be tested for English language skills.

Phase II of the examination will comprise of group discussions and interview and will be held for those who clear the written examination.

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