The pre-examination training call letters for SC/ST/Religious Minority community candidates has been released today by the State Bank of India (SBI), April 7. Candidates can check it out on SBI official website. The State Bank of India (SBI) has released the pre-examination training call letters for SC/ST/Religious Minority community candidates today, April 7 on its official website.
The call letters are meant for those candidates who had earlier applied for Probationary Officers (PO) recruitment 2017.
Pre Exam Training Duration
The Pre-exam training will begin from April 17 and will continue till April 22.
How to download the SBI PO Pre-exam training call letter?
To download the SBI PO Pre-exam training call letter, all the candidates need to follow the below mentioned steps:
- Visit the official website sbi.co.in
- Click on relevant link
- Fill in your registration number and password in the space provided
- Submit the log in
- Admit cards will be displayed
- Save it to your computer and take a print out of the same for future reference
When did the online registration begin and end?
The online registration for the same began on February 7 and continued until March 6.
The selection procedure is that itwill be done based on the candidate's performance in the preliminary examination, main examination, and interview.
Take note that marks obtained in the preliminary examination will not be added for the selection. Marks obtained in main examination, both in objective test and descriptive test will be added to the marks obtained in GE and interview for preparation of the final merit list.
According to SBI website, State Bank of India (SBI), with a 200 year history, is the largest commercial bank in India in terms of assets, deposits, profits, branches, customers and employees. The Government of India is the single largest shareholder of this Fortune 500 entity with more than 50% ownership.
SBI is ranked 59th in the list of 'Top 1000 World Banks 2015' by The Banker magazine. The origins of State Bank of India date back to 1806 when the Bank of Calcutta (later called the Bank of Bengal) was established. In 1921, the Bank of Bengal and two other banks (Bank of Madras and Bank of Bombay) were amalgamated to form the Imperial Bank of India.
In 1955, the Reserve Bank of India acquired the controlling interests of the Imperial Bank of India and SBI was created by an act of Parliament to succeed the Imperial Bank of India.