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    I scored only 57% in Graduation (Chemistry Hons). Am I eligible for SBI PO exam or only SBI Clerical exam?

    i have 57% in graduation with chemistry hons. . i want to know that am i eligible for sbi po exam which will be held in 2013? or am i eligible for sbi clerk which will be held in 2013. somebody says that sbi po 2013-2014 required above 60% in graduation. is that correct or not?





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    payalmittal
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    Re: I scored only 57% in Graduation (Chemistry Hons). Am I eligible for SBI PO exam or only SBI Clerical exam?

    Yes communique dated oct 2012 issues instructions in accordance with which 60% score is must but still there seems no following to it and you can apply for SBI po exam where eligibility criteria is graduation with 55% and for clerk post graduation is ok.




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    Re: I scored only 57% in Graduation (Chemistry Hons). Am I eligible for SBI PO exam or only SBI Clerical exam?

    You have completed graduation degree with above 57% marks so you are applicable for SBI PO and Clerk both exams.

    If you have completed 10+2 with any stream from recognized board with above 60% marks or you have graduation degree then you are applicable for SBI Clerk Exam.

    Your age should be in between 18 to 28 years old.Age relaxation is provide for SC/ST/OBC candidate.

    Those candidate have completed their graduation degree from any recognized university are eligible for SBI PO exam.They are not require any kind of percentage marks in graduation for this time.

    But your age must be in between 21 to 30 years.Age relaxation is provide only for SC/ST/OBC candidate .For Sc/ST candidate have age relaxation is 5 years and for OBC candidate it is 3 years.

    SBI PO exam consist of two steps 1) Written test 2)Personal Interview

    For more details about SBI Clerk Recruitment you can visit to www.statebankofindia.com/
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