SBI Clerk Results 2017 JA Clerical Prelims & Mains Merit List Cut Off Marks

By | September 2, 2017

SBI Clerk Results 2017 issued for State Bank of India Junior Associates Exam Result For Prelim & Main, JA JAA Merit List with Expected Cut Off Marks and Score Card at

SBI Junior Associates Result 2017: Just a couple of months ago, State Bank of India has been issued India’s biggest recruitment drive for 17168 vacancies of Junior Associates (Customer Support & Sales) and Junior Agriculture Associates in Clerical posts. As per official sources, millions of young and talented candidates apply online application form on 05th to 25th April 2016 through official web portal. Right now, Central Recruitment and Promotion Department, Corporate Centre, Mumbai has planing to release most awaited SBI JA & JAA Result along with expected cut off marks as well as merit list via online mode so dear aspirants who had appeared preliminary examination in the month of May/June 2016 they all applicable to see their exam score card very soon.

SBI is short name for State Bank of India which is Indian multinational, public sector banking and financial services company. It was established in the year of 01st July 1955 and 2nd Jun 1956 SBI bank was nationalization. This bank is a government-owned corporation with its main headquarters in Mumbai, Maharashtra. If you know that State Bank of India is one of the big four bank of India, along with Bank of Baroda (BOB), ICICI Bank and Punjab National Bank. At present, there are total 14000 branches, including 191 foreign offices spread across 36 countries.

SBI Clerk Results 2016

Just a couple of month ago, SBI start to distribution online registration form for Junior Associate and Junior Agriculture Associates in Clerical. A huge numbers of qualified aspirants applied online form who have completed for graduation in any discipline from a UGC recognized university or any equivalent qualification. This recruitment is very strict about eligibility criteria because who have not below 20 years and not above 28 years as in 01st April 2016 i.e. aspirants must have been born not later than 01st April 1996 and not earlier than 02nd Jun 1988 (both days inclusive).

SBI Clerical Mains Exam 2017 Result will be soon available on its official site so all dear prospective aspirants who had successfully appeared the Main examination are eligible to download score card, cut off and merit list. For more information please visit authority portal of SBI and also stay tuned with us for latest information.

SBI Clerk Results 2017

Name of the Organization: State Bank Of India

Job Title: Clerical Cadre

Total Number of Vacancies: 18,855 posts

  1. Junior Associate (JA)
  2. Junior Agriculture Associates (JAA)

Exam Date:

Result Date: Update soon

SBI Clerk Cut Off Marks 2017

Andhra Pradesh/Telagana 113131 143148
Kerala 91110124124
Madhya Pradesh 105131 139147
Bihar 106126146155
Delhi/Haryana 138129 136153
Rajasthan 108123140155
Tamil Nadu105119119119
Gujarat 87131 134137
Karnataka 77899898
Maharastra 70120111 132
Uttar Pradesh107122146155
Uttarakhand 97101 142150

Steps for SBI Clerk Mains Merit List 2017

  • Visit State Bank Of India official website which direct link provided below.
  • Navigate to Career section, find out the link of State Bank of India Clerk Results 2016 and click on it.
  • Enter your registration number, birthdate and other required information.
  • Verify all entered data and then submit it without wasting of time.
  • Your exam score will appear on the window screen.
  • Save PDF file and take a print out by pressing CTRL+P for future reference.

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