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Am I eligible for SBI bank PO exam after scoring 51% in graduation and 65% in PG?

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RE: Am I eligible for SBI bank PO exam after scoring 51% in graduation and 65% in PG?

Prathamesh Kapote
Prathamesh Kapote
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Hello Khusbhoo,

A warm welcome to careerguide.com

Thanks for visiting us and writing us your career query.

Banking as a career is one of the most prestigious career and considered to be one of the safe career. Banking is a great career option for the Commerce Students. Banking Sector of India is one of the strongest and fastest growing sector in India. The mandate policies like Rural Banking etc. have given room for the banks to expand their business and also giving a room for the various career opportunities in the Banking Sector.

The person who aspires to make a career in the Banking Sector they can make a career either in Private and Public Banking.

There are many career opportunities in the Banking Sector where one can make a career as PO,Clerk,IT Officer,Law Officer etc.

In order to make a career as Bank PO officer one needs to meet the following eligibility criteria-

1. One should have completed a Graduation Degree from any stream except Fine Arts from a recognised university.

2. Should be an Indian.

3. Age between 20 to 30 years ; 5 years age relaxation  for SC/ST, 3 years for OBC and 10 years for Disabled Person.

A candidate who wish to make a career in the SBI Banks needs to appear for the SBI PO exams whereas IBPS PO exam is conducted for the rest of the 21 Government Banks.

As per the qualifications you get eligible to appear for the Bank PO exams of SBI but you also need to meet the other two criteria.

I hope you find this information useful and helpful.

Feel free to get in touch again.

Thank You

Warm Regards,
Prathamesh Kapote

 

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