SBI PO Vacancy 2018: Recruitment for 2000 Vacanices

Dear Readers,



SBI has released its official notification for the recruitment of Probationary Officers in 2018-19. This year for SBI PO 2018 recruitment there are 2000 Vacancies and it will be a neck to neck competition between lakhs of aspirants fighting in the three phases of the recruitment process to grab their 1 seat among the 2000 vacancies in SBI PO 2018.



On bankersadda and Adda247 you'll get the detailed strategy and study plan for SBI PO Phase-1 Prelims Exam soon and before you dive into registering yourself for the recruitment process we advise you to carefully go through the official notification, FAQs on SBI Recruitment and the changes in this year's Examination Pattern.

The Tentative dates for Preliminary Exams are expected to be in 1st, 7th & 8th of July 2018.
The Tentative dates for Mains Exam 04th August 2018.

Start your Preparation for 3 Phases of SBI PO 2018 Recruitment

The selection for Probationary Officers will be done through a three-tiered process:
I. Preliminary Examination
II. Mains Examination
III. Group Exercises and Personal Interview

Final Selection-
The marks obtained in the Preliminary Examination (Phase-I) will not be added for preparing the final merit list for selection. Only the marks obtained in Main Examination (Phase-II), both in Objective Test and Descriptive Test, will be added to the marks obtained in GE & Interview (Phase-III) for preparing the final merit list. The candidates will have to qualify both in Phase-II and Phase-III separately.

The changes introduced are for the Prelims Examination pattern whereas the pattern of Mains Examination, to your aid, still remains the same. This year's SBI PO Pre Examination has two major pattern changes in it, i.e., sectional timings (20 minutes for each section) for the three different sections (English, Reasoning, and Quants) and to your relief, elimination  of sectional cut off as SBI Notification clearly says, "Category wise merit list will be drawn on the basis of the aggregate marks scored in the Preliminary Examination. Candidates numbering approximately 10 times the numbers of vacancies in each category will be short listed for the Main Examination from the top of the merit list." So, this is just an overview of what SBI has newly introduced to the pattern of PO Mains Examination that we will be discussing about in this article as we proceed further.

Preliminary Exam

Mains Exam


What is the Salary that a PO in SBI will Get?

The basic salary of SBI PO mentioned in Official Notification is Rs. 23700. But the SBI Probationary Officer gets 4 advance increments of Rs 980 which will be added to the basic. Now the basic that we get in total is Rs. 27620

Earnings:

Basic Salary = Rs. 27620
Dearness Allowance = Rs. 12677
City Compensatory Allowance (CCA) = Rs. 870
Special Allowance = Rs. 2140
Total Earning Before Deductions = Rs. 43307

Deductions:

PF (10% of Basic) = Rs. 2762
NPS (10% of Basic+DA) = Rs. 4000
Income Tax = As per govt norms.

Other allowances including Newspapers, Entertainment Allowance, Conveyance etc.) = Rs. 4130
HRA = Rs. 2486

Salary In Hand = Rs 40000 Per Month (Approx.)


Will IBPS follow SBI's footsteps of Changes in Exam Pattern?

One should always keep in mind that the pattern of IBPS Examinations is always a simulacrum of SBI Examinations. Observing the pattern of IBPS 2016 as well as 2017 Examinations, we can conjecture that IBPS followed the pattern of questions asked in SBI only. So, students, it is very probable this year that the pattern of questions, too, will be similar to that of the questions asked in SBI. And students, now you have to start to work even harder for the new pattern of SBI PO Exam, not only for SBI, but for IBPS Exams as well. 


So students, practice as much as you can and success will be wrapped around your little finger. At the end of the day, you are solely responsible for your success and your failure. And the sooner you realize that, accept that, and integrate that into your work ethic, you will start being successful.



     

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