SBI PO Admit Card 2023: Mains Exam Call Letter (Out)
SBI PO Admit Card 2023: The State Bank of India (SBI) released the SBI PO call letter 2023 on November 22, 2023, for the Mains Online Test scheduled for December 5, 2023. Candidates who submitted the online application form before the deadline can only download the SBI PO prelims exam admit card from the official website of SBI. The last date to download the SBI PO prelims call letter is the exam date. Continue reading to learn more about the interview and the next round of SBI PO recruitment.
Candidates must provide their login credentials, such as their registration number, date of birth, and the captcha code, to download the call letter. Moreover, the direct link to download the hall ticket is provided on this page. Read this article for complete details on SBI Probationary Officer 2023 hall ticket.
Latest Updates: — The SBI issued the Probationary Officer (PO) Mains admit card on its portal, sbi.co.in, on November 22, 2023. SBI PO Mains 2023 exam is scheduled for December 5, 2023.
SBI PO Admit Card 2023 Dates
The conducting body has released the dates of important events under SBI PO recruitment 2023-34. Candidates must go through the table given below to learn more about the SBI PO schedule:
Release of Prelims Admit Card
October 23, 2023
SBI PO Prelims Exam Date
November 1, 4, and 6, 2023
Release of Mains Admit Card
November 22, 2023
SBI PO Mains Exam Date
December 5, 2023
How to Download SBI PO Prelims Admit Card 2023?
Check the stepwise process to download the SBI PO Hall Ticket 2023 as mentioned below:
Know the steps to take the free SBI PO mock test series below:
1st Step: Visit Embibe’s official website, i.e., embibe.com.
2nd Step: Use the mobile number/email to log in.
3rd Step: Click on the menu bar “Getting a Government Job”.
4th Step: Select the Goal “Banking” from the dropdown and click “Next”.
5th Step: Search and select “SBI PO Prelims or Mains” on the search bar and click “Next”.
6th Step: Select the preferred language and click “Done”.
7th Step: Click “Test” from the header Section.
8th Step: Scroll down to the “Subjects” section.
9th Step: Click on any SBI PO subjects.
10th Step: Scroll down to click on the chapters from the selected subject to begin the test.
Details Mentioned on SBI PO Call Letter 2023
Candidates must go through the details mentioned on the SBI PO Admit Card 2023 and ensure that all the details are correct. In case of any discrepancy, report to the authorities for rectification to avoid any last-minute complications. The details mentioned on the hall ticket are as follows:
Name of the candidate
Roll No./ Registration No.
Date of Birth
Specified space for thumb impression and signature
Date & Time of the exam
Name & Address of the exam centre
Specified space for invigilator’s signature
SBI PO Contact Details 2023
If candidates cannot download the SBI PO Call Letter 2023 or in case of any discrepancy in the admit card, candidates will have to contact the official authority. The contact details are given below:
Candidates should carry the hard copy of the SBI PO Hall Ticket 2023 to the exam hall. Besides this, they should carry a valid photo ID proof for verification. Check the following important documents required during the examination.
Hardcopy of the SBI PO Admit Card 2023
Valid Photo ID Card
A recent passport-size photo affixed on your SBI PO hall ticket
Caste/ PwD Certificate for Reservation Claim, if required
Bank’s Passbook (with the duly attested photograph)
Valid Photo Identity Card Issued by School/ College
Barred Items in SBI PO Exam Hall
Check the list of barred items, i.e., things not permitted at the exam centre mentioned below. Candidates should make sure that these items are not carried out on the day of the exam:
Food items — opened or packed.
Pencil box, geometry box, writing pads, logbooks, etc.
Any printed material apart from the SBI call letter and the Photo ID card.
Digital wristwatches and analogue watches.
Electronic devices, including mobile phones, calculators, scanning devices, cameras, Bluetooth devices, etc.
SBI PO Admit Card Stages 2023
The SBI Probationary Officer Recruitment 2023 admit card will be released separately for each stage. Check the stage-wise call letter details below:
SBI PO Pre-Exam Training Admit Card: The Pre-Exam Training admit card is issued to the SC/ST/Religious Minority Community candidates. Candidates must opt for the Pre-Exam Training during online registration to get the admit card.
Phase 1 Admit Card: The call letter for the online Preliminary exam issued to all the candidates who have successfully applied for the SBI PO 2023 exam.
Phase 2 Admit Card: State Bank of India issued the Mains exam call letter to candidates qualifying in the Prelims exam as per the cutoff set by the officials.
Phase 3 Admit Card: Candidates who pass the mains test with the required cutoff marks will be issued an admit card for the Psychometric Test, Interview and Group Exercises.
SBI PO Exam-day Guidelines
Candidates appearing for the exam should note the important guidelines regarding SBI PO Call Letter 2023-24 as mentioned below:
Candidates should report to the exam centre at least 15 minutes before the time mentioned on the admit card.
To be able to reach the venue on the reporting time, the candidates are advised to check out the venue a day before the exam to familiarize themselves with the route.
Candidates must carry a hand sanitiser of 50 ml.
They must have the Arogya Setu App downloaded on their phone.
It is compulsory to carry a hard copy of admit card along with a valid photo ID proof (in original).
After downloading the admit card, go through all the details mentioned on it. In case of any discrepancy, report to the official authority at the earliest.
Name, photo, date of birth, and other essential details mentioned on the admit card should match the photo ID proof.
The photo and other details on the e-admit card printout and the ID proof must be clear and legible.
Candidates must report to the exam centre as per the reporting time. Candidates who report late will not be allowed to take the exam.
Biometric verification of the candidate can be captured at the exam centres. Thus, candidates are advised not to apply anything like ink, chemical, etc., on their hands.