The admit card for the State Bank of India (SBI) Probationary Officer (PO) exam 2018 is to be released today, June 18, 2018 on sbi.co.in.
SBI, a government owned public sector bank is scheduled to hold its Probationary Officer (PO) exam in the month of July. The exams will be conducted on July 1, 7 and 8 and the admit card for the same will be released today.
The PO examination will be held to fill 2,000 probationary officers vacancies for the year 2018 across its various branches. The SBI PO recruitment exam is the most wide known public-sector bank exams in India and candidates from all streams appear in it and try to crack the exam to get recruited.
The candidates are required to carry the admit card to the examination centre on the day of the exam along with one photo identity proof such as passport/ Adhar/PAN card/Driving Licence/Voter’s card/Bank passbook with duly attested photograph/Identity card issued by school or college/gazetted officer. The identity proof should be submitted at the time of examination.
The SBI will also release a booklet named ‘Acquaint yourself’ with the release of admit cards. The booklet will have detailed information about the various aspects of the online exam and will also describe the kind of test that will be given in the examination. The selection process for the PO exams will be judged on three basis namely – Preliminary Examination, Main Examination and GD/Interview.
Steps to download the admit card:
Step 1: Go to the official website sbi.co.in and login.
Step 2: Once on the website the candidates can go to the career tab or directly open https://sbi.co.in/careers.
Step 3: Once on the page look at the right side of the page and you will find PO Admit Card/Hall Ticket.
Step 4: After the page opens Enter your roll number/registration number and date of birth in DD/MM/YYYY format, along with any other details asked.
Step 5: After filling the details click on Submit.
Step 6: After the submission the admit card page will be open. You can download the admit card in pdf format or you can take a printout of the following for future references.