On September 6, 2023, the State Bank of India (SBI) formally announced the SBI PO Recruitment 2023 announcement. On September 7, 2023, the application period will open for Probationary Officer (PO) positions, and it will close on September 27, 2023.
The organization wants to fill 2000 PO positions with the help of this recruitment effort. The initial screening for these roles is anticipated to take place in November 2023.
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Candidates must have a graduating degree in any discipline from an accredited university, or hold an equivalent credential recognized by the Central Government, in order to apply for the PO post. Those who are already in their last year or semester of graduation are also eligible to apply provisionally as long as they can present documentation proving they will graduate by December 31, 2023. Additionally, starting of April 1, 2023, candidates' ages should be between 21 and 30.
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selecting a candidate
A preliminary examination and a main examination make up the selection process. Candidates who pass the main test are qualified to take the psychometric test, the group exercise, and the interview.
The Preliminary Examination (Phase-I) scores won't be taken into account when making a final decision. The final merit list will only be created by adding the scores from the Group Discussion and Interview (Phase-III) to the scores from the Main Examination (Phase-II), which includes both the Objective Test and the Descriptive Test.
Candidates must meet distinct qualifications for Phases II and III. The combined scores from the written test, group discussion, and interview will be used to create the final merit list.