sbi clerk result 2022 exam date: The examination for the position of a clerk in the State Bank of India was conducted a few days ago. However, the sbi clerk result 2022 results will be published via online mode. Candidates can directly check the results on the official website. The State Bank of India conducts the SBI Clerk examination. However, some states like Shillong, Agartala, Aurangabad, and Nashikcentres did not have the clerk examination. Therefore, it is assumed that the State Bank of India will first conduct the examination in these states and then publish the final result in 2022.
Upon completing and appearing for the preliminary exam, candidates will sit for the main SBI Clerk exam 2022. After clearing the main test, they will have to go through a language test depending on their place of stay. Once the candidate successfully clears all of these exams, they will be given a joining date by the State Bank of India. Since the date for the main exam has been postponed, the date for joining, results, interview, everything witnesses a delay.
sbi clerk Result Release Date
It is expected that the State will release the result in September (tentatively). Since the exam is postponed, the result initially supposed to come out in July has been delayed too. It is assumed that the State will publish the results once the prelim exam is over for all the states. However, the result will likely be released in the first week of September. All candidates are required to keep checking the results on the official website.
sbi.co.in result 2022 clerk
|Board||sbi junior associate prelims|
|Article||sbi clerk result 2022 prelims|
|Total Vacancies||35,208 (various categories )|
|sbi clerk result date||21-09-2022|
|sbi result 2022 status||Released|
sbi clerk Exam Cut-Off Marks
If a candidate wants to qualify for the SBI Clerk exam, they must know the eligibility cut-off marks. They will have to secure the minimum qualifying marks. Candidates will be screened and examined based on the marks obtained in the Junior Associate exam. Candidates will be allowed to appear for the main SBI Clerk examination upon achieving the minimum qualifying marks. The expected cut-off is given as follows –
- General/ unreserved category – 70
- OBC (Other Backward Caste) – 65
- SC (Scheduled Caste) – 58
- ST (Scheduled Tribe) – 54
- PWD – 52
- ExS (Ex-Serviceman) – 52
Details of revaluation apply process, Revaluation Date, & Last date to apply
The date for applying for revaluation and rechecking hasn’t been uploaded or announced by the State yet. The State Bank of India will mention any further information or notice on the official website.
Check the Result and download Rank Card
If candidates wish to check the results, they must follow the steps given below
- Visit the official website of State Bank of India in the link www.sbi.co.in
- Once you click on the link, you will be directed to the main page of the State bank official website
- Click on the ‘career’ section of the portal
- Once you enter the career page, you will have to check on the ‘Latest Announcement’ option.
- Go to the option ‘Recruitment of Junior Associates’
- Click on the SBI Prelim Exam Result 2022
- On the new tab that appears on the screen, you have to fill in your user ID and password.
- Enter the captcha and click on submit
- Your results will appear on the screen
The bank will give all information regarding the publication of the result and other information on their official website.
SBI Clerk Merit List
After the examination, the candidates of the SBI Clerk examination have been eagerly waiting for the merit list to see their rank and chance of qualifying. The state-wise separate merit list will be live on the portal after the announcement of the result. You can stay tuned for the latest updates, and make sure to check your results as soon as they are available! You can download the merit list pdf from the official website. The merit list is prepared after evaluating the candidates who have scored higher than the cut-off. The State Bank of India will publish the merit list after clearing the examination in all states.