SBI PO Mains Exam 2017: Admit card released for Probationary Officers post by State Bank of India on its official site

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State Bank of India has officially published  the SBI PO Online Preliminary Exam 2017 Admit Card at its official portal The aspirants who have registered themselves forSBI PO Recruitment 2017 can now download SBI PO Call letter 2017 online. The SBI PO Prelims Exam 2017 will be held across all the examination centres on April 29, 30 and May 6 and 7, 2017.

Aspirants  can set themselves ready by simply downloading their SBI PO Online Preliminary Exam 2017 Admit Card   from the official website.

The objective test will have 4 sections based on Reasoning & Computer Aptitude, Data Analysis & Interpretation, General/Economy/Banking Awareness and English Language. It will be held for three hours and will carry a total of 200 marks.

After qualifying in the SBI PO Mains examination, the candidates will be eligible for the phase III i.e., Group Discussion (GD) and Personal Interview (PI).

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Furthermore, after qualifying the objective test, the candidates will be eligible for descriptive test. It will be based on Language (Letter writing & essay) and will carry a total of 50 marks. The duration of the test would be of 30 minutes.

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Some of the steps to download admit card for SBI PO Mains Exam 2017:

1) Go to the official website- ;

2) Click on the link, 'SBI PO Mains Admit Cards';

3) Enter the requisite details;

4) After submitting the required details, SBI PO Mains Admit Card will be published on a screen;

5) Take a print-out for future reference.About SBI:

State Bank of India (SBI) is the largest commercial bank in India. In 1806, the Bank of Calcutta (later the Bank of Bengal) was founded, and in 1921, it merged with the banks of Madras and Bombay to form the Imperial Bank of India. In 1955, SBI was created by an act of Parliament to succeed the Imperial Bank of India.

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