SBI Clerk Recruitment 2021: Vacancy left for these 5327 posts in SBI, Apply Now

SBI Clerk Recruitment 2021

SBI Clerk Recruitment 2021: State Bank of India (SBI) has sought applications for recruitment to 5327 clerk posts (SBI Clerk Recruitment 2021). For this (SBI Clerk Recruitment 2021) SBI has also released a notification on its official website. Interested and eligible candidates who want to apply for these posts (SBI Clerk Recruitment 2021) can apply by visiting the official website of SBI

Apart from this, candidates can directly apply for these posts (SBI Clerk Recruitment 2021) by clicking on this link Also, through this link, you can also see the official notification (SBI Clerk Recruitment 2021). Under this recruitment (SBI Clerk Recruitment 2021) process, a total of 5327 posts will be filled.

Important dates for SBI Clerk Recruitment 2021

Starting date for online application – 27 April 2021

Last date for online application – 17 May 2021

Vacancy details for SBI Clerk Recruitment 2021

Total Number of Posts – 5327

Eligibility Criteria for SBI Clerk Recruitment 2021

Candidates should have a valid degree in any discipline from any recognized university. Final year students can also apply. But make sure that the degree is obtained on or before 16 August 2021.

Salary – Rs 17,900 – Rs 47,920. Basic Pay Rs 19,900.

Age limit for SBI Clerk Recruitment 2021

The age of the candidates should not be less than 20 years and not more than 28 years.

Application fee for SBI Clerk Recruitment 2021

For general candidates, the application fee will have to be paid as Rs 750 whereas for SC / ST / OBC / PWD category candidates, no application fee of any kind will be levied.

Selection Process

The first will be the online preliminary examination. The pass candidates will be called for the online main examination. The candidate who has passed the main examination will have to pass the local language test.

The preliminary examination will be for 1 hour with a total of 100 objective questions related to English language, numerical ability and reasoning ability. 100 marks will be prescribed for the preliminary examination. The fourth mark will be deducted for each wrong answer in the preliminary examination.