SBI PO recruitment 2021 exam syllabus download online: Get Prelims, Mains patterns
BI PO recruitment 2021 exam syllabus download: How to get Prelims and Mains patterns online.
The State Bank of India (SBI) has started its recruitment process for Probationary Officers (PO) for 2021 and has also released the SBI PO syllabus 2021 for candidates to download. The SBI has released a notification for 2,056 vacancies, which includes 324 Scheduled Caste (SC), 162 Scheduled Tribe (ST), 560 Other Backward Classes (OBC), 200 Economically Weaker Section (EWS) and 810 General Category.
The SBI PO recruitment 2021 prelims exams will happen in November 2021 whereas the Main exams will take place in December 2021. Ahead of these exams, SBI has released the SBI PO syllabus 2021, which candidates can download. The syllabus is available in the PDF format, which you can download from here. You can check out the SBI official website for more details https://sbi.co.in/web/careers/home.
SBI PO recruitment 2021 exam syllabus download online:
If you want to download the SBI PO syllabus 2021, here are some of the easiest steps to do so. Have a look.
-Visit the SBI official website from the link shared above.
- Head to the careers section.
- Next step involves clicking in the SBI PO Syllabus & Exam pattern link.
- This will open the PDF file in a different tab with all the entails.
- If you want to download it on PC, simply click the download icon and save it in the folder fo your choice.
- If you are downloading it on your Android phone, you use the Chrome browser to automatically download it, or click the menu to save it if it does not download automatically.
- iPhone users can download on safari by clicking on the “share” option and clicking on save file.
- Do note that the PDF file should only be downloaded from the SBI official website. Do not download it from any other website or source in order to maintain your data privacy and security.
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