SBI PO Admit Card for Mains 2018 to be released
SBI PO Admit Card 2018 for Mains exam is expected be released on 20th July 2018, according to the official notice.
SBI PO Admit Card for Mains 2018
State Bank of India had recently released the SBI PO Result for Prelims 2018. The Prelims exam was conducted on 1st, 7th and 8th July 2018. They will release the SBI PO Admit Card for Mains exam on 20th July 2018, according to the official notice. The Mains exam will be held on 4th August 2018. This year, SBI will fill 2000 vacancies for the PO post. You can also go through the SBI PO Official Notification here. Scroll down and download your SBI PO Call Letter and know your exam date, exam venue & shift timing.
How to Download SBI PO Admit Card 2018
Direct Link to Download SBI PO Admit Card for Mains
- Click on the link given above.
- Enter your Registration number and Date of birth, Captcha code.
- Download and take a print out of the SBI PO Mains Admit card.
- Or log on to the official website of SBI.
- Click on the Current Opening sections under Join SBI.
- Under the Recruitment of Probationary Officer in State Bank of India, click on the link that says Download Mains Examination Call Letter.
- A new window will open.
- Enter the required credentials and click on submit.
- Download your SBI PO Mains Admit Card 2018.
Details Mentioned in SBI PO Mains Admit Card
- Candidate’s Name
- Father’s Name
- Roll Number and Registration ID
- Photograph and Signature
- Exam Date
- Exam Timing
- Exam Venue
- Important Exam Instructions for the exam
- Check your name and details on the admit card carefully.
- If you find any issues, contact the concerned team immediately.
- Don’t miss to read any instruction given on the admit card
- You need to report one hour before the exam time.
Check SBI PO Prelims Result 2018 here.
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