SBI PO 2021 Recruitment: All you need to know

SBI PO 2021 Recruitment
SBI PO 2021 Recruitment

Notification for State Bank of India Probationary Officer, SBI PO 2021 has been issued. The bank has advertised 2056 positions and the application procedure will begin on October 5, 2021.

Candidates interested in appearing for the SBI PO 2021 exam can find additional information about the qualifying requirements, selection procedure, and available positions below.

Candidates will be selected in three stages, including Prelims, Mains, and Interview. The exam will be held in two languages, Hindi and English, and will take place in November/December 2021, with the exact date to be disclosed later.

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All Details: Important Dates, Vacancies, Link to apply

Name of the eventDetails
Important Dates
Notification releasedOctober 4, 2021
Online Registration and editing of applicationsOctober 5 to 25, 2021
Payment of Application feeOctober 5 to 25, 2021
Release of admit card for Preliminary Exam1st/2nd week of November 2021
Phase I Online Preliminary ExamNovember/December, 2021
Result of Preliminary ExamDecember, 2021
Release of admit card for Main Exam2nd/3rd week of December, 2021
Result of Main examJanuary, 2022
Release of Admit Card for Phase III1st/2nd week of February, 2022
Phase III Interview2nd/3rd week of February, 2022
Declaration of Final ResultFebruary/March 2022
Scheduled Caste (SC)324
Scheduled Tribe (ST)162
Official Notification
Exam NotificationSBI PO 2021 (Official Notification)
Where to Apply
Official website link to

Candidates must submit an application fee in order to sit for the exam. The application cost for general candidates is Rs. 750, while it is waived for SC/ST/PwD candidates.

Throughout the SBI PO recruiting process, candidates are advised to maintain a valid and active email id and contact number. Only online applications will be accepted. Candidates must continue to check the official website for updated information on the SBI PO 2021 test.

Eligibility Criteria

  • Candidates applying for this exam should be between the ages of 21 and 30.
  • Candidates must be an Indian citizen or a Nepalese or Bhutanese subject.
  • Candidates must hold a bachelor’s degree in any field from a recognised university.


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