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SBI Clerk 2020 Result’s First Waiting List Declared: Check Details Here

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Mar 23, 2021

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The State Bank of India has released the first waiting list of SBI Clerk 2020 against non-joining and resignation of candidates. All the candidates who had appeared for the Mains exam can check it on sbi.co.in.

The SBI Clerk 2020 Mains was conducted on October 31, 2020 November 07, 2020. This recruitment drive is being conducted to recruit candidates for the posts of Jr Assistant (Customer Support and Sales). 8000 vacancies have been announced by the bank for the post out of which 7870 are regular and 130 vacancies are under Special Recruitment Drive.

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The waiting list contains the roll numbers of the candidates who are provisionally selected. They will be offered the job on a quarterly basis in the event of someone resigning or not joining in the first place. They also have to qualify the local language test in order to be considered for final selection. 

The SBI Clerk waiting list has a validity of an year from the date of its declaration.

How to Check the SBI Clerk 2020 Result First Waiting List?

  1. Visit the official website of SBI at www.sbi.co.in.
  2. Click on the ‘Careers’ tab on the homepage.
  3. Click on the ‘Join SBI’ tab and choose ‘Current Openings’ section under it.
  4. Find the advertisement link ‘Recruitment of Junior Associate (Customer Support and Sale)’ and click on it.
  5. From the menu opened, select ‘Candidates selected provisionally from the first wait list’ result.
  6. The PDF with the candidates roll numbers will open. 
  7. Scroll through the PDF to find your roll number.
  8. Download the PDF and take a printout for future references.

For more information about the SBI recruitment exam, visit its official website on sbi.co.in and go to ‘Careers’ tab.

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*The article might have information for the previous academic years, please refer the official website of the exam.

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