SBI Clerk Mains Exam 2019 Deferred in Belgaum, Kolhapur, Kerala, Srinagar, Jammu and Samba
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State Bank of India (SBI)’s Clerk Mains Exam 2019 is being held across the country on 10th August 2019 except for the regions which have been affected by rains. Approximately 90,000 candidates are expected to have qualified the SBI clerk exam, 10 times more than the announce vacancies – 8653 posts. But the regions which are worst affected by rains like Belgaum, Kolhapur, Kerala, the Mains exam has been called off for all the centres.
Also, “due to certain unavoidable circumstances, the Main Examination scheduled to be held on 10.08.2019 at Srinagar, Jammu and Samba has been deferred,” reads another notice released on the exam.
The Admit Card for Junior Associates (Customer Support and Sales) in clerical cadre, was available for download from 24th July. The Mains written exam will constitute 190 questions of 200 Marks and is computer-based. The total time allocated is 2 hours and 40 minutes. The categories from which questions will be asked are General/Financial Awareness, General English, Quantitative Aptitude and Reasoning Ability and Computer Aptitude. To qualify for the next round of Interview, a candidate has to secure at least the specified minimum qualifying marks in aggregate in the Mains exam. Nothing such was mandated for Prelims round.
For the exams in Belgaum, Kolhapur, Kerala, Srinagar, Jammu and Samba, candidates are requested to keep visiting the site.
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