SBI PO Prelims Result 2023 has been declared by the State Bank of India and result is now available on the official website of SBI Careers: bank.sbi.
Candidates who appeared for the prelims can obtain the SBI PO result from the official website. Candidates need to login with their roll number and date of birth to obtain the results.
Candidates are advised to download and keep a hard copy of the result for future reference. State Bank of India conducted the recruitment examination for Probationary Officers as per the schedule.
Candidates who qualified in the SBI PO preliminary examination are required to appear for the main exam. The admit card for the SBI PO mains will be released on the official portal soon.
|Name of the admit card||SBI PO Prelims Result 2023|
|Title||Download the SBI PO Preliminary Exam Result 2023|
|Subject||State Bank of India released the SBI Probationary Officer Prelims Result 2023|
Category wise merit list will be drawn on the basis of the aggregate marks scored in the Preliminary Examination.
There will be no sectional cut-off. Candidates numbering 10 times (approximate) the numbers of vacancies in each category will be shortlisted for Main Examination from the top of the above merit list.
Candidates who are shortlisted in the prelims examination, qualify to the second stage of recruitment process- SBI PO Main exam.
How to Check the SBI PO Prelims Result 2023?
State Bank of India would release the SBI PO prelims result of the Probationary Officers preliminary examination on its official website, https://sbi.co.in/.
Candidates, who have appeared for the SBI PO recruitment examination, can check details and check their results at the candidate login up to deadline.
1. Visit the sbi.co.in Website
Candidates who have appeared the PO recruitment examination, ca visit the SBI official site, sbi.co.in in your device browser.
2. Click on the Career Link
Once you reach the official website, click on the Career Link on the top section of home page. SBI Career web page will be opened.
3. Click on SBI PO Page
In this career web page, See the “SBI latest announcements” section. Click on the SBI PO page link.
4. Click on the Result Link
Once you reach the SBI PO web page and click on the result link.
5. Enter Login Details
After clicking on the link, a new page will open where candidates will have to enter the admit card number and password and click on login.
6. Download result
After entering login details and click on the submit button, your result will be displayed on the screen. Download the result and keep a hard copy of the same for further need.
SBI PO Selection Method
The three-tier selection process consists of Preliminary and Main Exams which will be conducted online, followed by Interview.
- Preliminary Examination
- Main Examination
- GD/ Interview
Candidates must pass each exam to get shortlisted and progress to the next stage. Final selection will be based on merit.
SBI PO main exam will be the second phase of the selection process and will be followed by the group discussion and interview. Candidates numbering 10 times the numbers of vacancies (approx.) in each category will be short listed for SBI PO main exam.
The marks obtained in the main exam and interview will be considered for the merit list. The prelims is a screening exam for selection to main exam.
The SBI PO main exam will consist of 200 marks (objective type) and 50 marks (descriptive test). Both the objective and descriptive tests will be online.
Candidates will have to answer the descriptive test by typing on the computer. The exam will comprise questions from reasoning and computer aptitude, data analysis and interpretation, general/ economy/ banking awareness and English language.
Marks secured by the candidates in the Main Examination (out of 250 marks) are converted to out of 75 marks and Group Exercises & Interview scores of candidate (out of 50 marks) are converted to out of 25 marks. – SBI POs Prelims Result
What’s Next after Results?
Those who clear the prelims exam will next be called for the SBI PO main exam. This exam will be held as per schedule and will consist of objective exams for 200 marks and descriptive questions worth 50 marks.
Following the completion of the objective test, the descriptive test will be given, and applicants will be required to input their responses into a computer.