SBI SO recruitment for 2020 is currently underway and cut-offs for different posts will be released by SBI along with the declaration of SBI SO result. Let’s have a look at the cut-off marks of previous year and candidates can develop their own insight based on them:
SBI SO Cut Off Marks in Written Test
|Subjects||Cutoffs for SC/ST/OBC/PWD||Cutoffs for Unreserved|
Category Wise SBI SO Cut off for Professional Knowledge
|Categories||Category wise cut off marks in professional knowledge|
SBI SO Cut off Marks for Last Selected Candidate
|Categories||Cut off marks for last selected candidate
(professional knowledge (100) +interview (25) =total out of (125))
Candidates can check previous year cut-off of SBI PO Exam by viewing the tables given below:
SBI PO Previous Year Cut Off
State Bank of India (SBI) has released the SBI PO final cut-off marks for SBI PO 2019 exam. The Mains exam for SBI PO 2019 was conducted on 20th July 2019 while the interview was held in the month of September. Here we are sharing SBI PO 2019 Prelims, Mains, Interview & Group Exercise and FInal Cut-Off.
SBI PO Mains Cut Off 2019
SBI PO 2019 Mains exam was conducted on 20th July 2019. The category wise mains cut-off marks for shortlisting Group Exercise & Interview are mentioned below:
|Category||Cut-Off Marks (Out of 250)|
|D & E||75.14|
SBI PO Cut Off for Group Exercise & Interview
The category wise qualifying marks for shortlisting Group Exercise & Interview are mentioned below:
|Category||Cut-Off Marks (Out of 50)|
|D & E||17.50|
SBI PO Final Cut-Off
|Category||Cut-Off Marks (Normalised to 100)|
|D & E||33.37|
SBI PO Cut Off 2019 Prelims
SBI PO Cut-Off 2019: The prelims exam was conducted on 8th and 9th June 2019. This year the level of exam is easy to moderate. Now, all aspirants can check Cut-Off for SBI PO 2019 Prelims exam which was released with its result. The cut-off has been released by SBI on 29th June 2019.
SBI PO Prelims Cut Off 2019
Here is the Cut-Off for SBI PO 2019 Prelims Exam:
SBI PO 2018 Final Cut Off Released
SBI has released the final cut-off for SBI PO 2018 Exam on 3rd November 2018. Candidates can check the SBI PO Final Cut-Off in the table mentioned below.
Minimum Marks to be secured to be shortlisted for GE-cum-Interview (Objective + Descriptive Test): 250
Minimum Qualifying Marks for SBI PO 2018 Exam
SBI PO Prelims Cut-Off Out
State Bank of India (SBI) has released SBI PO Cut-Off for 2018 Prelims Exam. SBI PO exam cut off is released once each phase of the examination is concluded. Let’s have a look at the cut-off for SBI PO Prelims 2018 Exam.
|SBI PO 2018 Prelims Cut||off Score (Out of 100)|
Let’s have a look at the cut-off for Previuos Year SBI PO 2017 Exam (Preliminary + Mains Exam):
SBI PO 2017 Cut Off
SBI PO exam cut off is released once each phase of the examination is concluded. Here is the tables for SBI PO 2017 Cut-Off.
Sectional Cut Off for SBI PO Prelims 2017
|Cut Off Marks (GEN)||10.25||8.75||6.50|
|Cut Off Marks (OBC/SC/
SBI PO Prelims 2017 Cut Off
SBI SO Eligibility Criteria 2020:
Before filling the application form the candidate must read all the details regarding the eligibility criteria of the candidate. The candidate fulfilling the criteria must only apply for the examination.
Nationality: The candidate should be a citizen of India only.
Age: The age limit varies from post to post. The minimum age to apply for SBI SO is 21years and the maximum age is 35 years. Relaxation is given to the candidates of reserved categories.
SBI SO 2020 Education Qualifications:
The candidate should have done graduation from any recognized university. For more about SBI PO 2020 Education Qualifications find below with Department Wise:
|Deputy General Manager (Law, Contractual)||42 years-52 years||Candidates must have a degree in Law (3 / 5 years) from a recognized University in India.||Candidates Must have Bar Council of India registered as an advocate. Candidates also have at least 17 Years experience in the Legal Department as a law officer of Asset Reconstruction Company or Scheduled Commercial Banks or Financial Institutions and have extensive experience in Rehabilitation & Recovery.|
|For Special Management Executive||30 years to 40 years||Candidates must have a PG Diploma or ICWA/ CA/ ACS/ MBA in Finance From AICTE Gov. Recognized institutes. All Courses completed through correspondence / Part time.||At least 5 years experience post qualification as an Executive in the Supervisory/ Management role: listed Financial Institution or In a Scheduled Commercial Bank/Subsidiary of a Scheduled Commercial Bank or in a Public Sector. Applicants possessing experience in the processing of credit proposals will be preferred.|
|Deputy Manager (Law)||25 years – 35 years||Must have the degree in Law (3 / 5 years) from a Recognized University in India||Candidates must have Registered as Advocates with Bar Council and also have 4 years of combined experience as practicing advocates or 4 years of experience as practicing Advocate and Law Officer in the Legal Department of Scheduled Commercial Banks.|
|Deputy General Manager (Law)||42 years to 52 years||Must have a degree in Law (3 / 5 years) from a Recognized University in India. PG degree in Law will be given preference.||Candidates Must have Bar Council of India registered as an advocate. Candidates also have at least 17 Years experience in the Legal Department as a law officer of Asset Reconstruction Company or Scheduled Commercial Banks or Financial Institutions and have extensive experience in Rehabilitation & Recovery.|
Application fees details:
The application fees can be submitted through online mode by debit card, credit card, net banking, etc.
- SC/ST/PWD:- 100
SBI SO Selection Process
There is a post-wise selection process of the SBI SO exam. The selection process of the SBI SO includes the following 3 steps:
Step 1: Online Examination
The candidates applying for SBI SO need to clear the online examination which consists of two papers:
- Paper 1
- Paper 2
Candidates who clear the online examination are allowed to proceed to the next level of the SBI SO examination.
Step 2: Shortlisting
Shortlisting is the next process and it is done only for the candidates who opt for contractual posts.
Step 3: Interview
Those candidates who applied for both regular and contractual posts and who have cleared the online examination are eligible to appear for the Interview.