Thursday, June 19, 2014

Are You Eligible For SBI PO Recruitment 2014 ?

A few days ago SBI announced their Probationary Officer (PO) recruitment for the year 2014. Different from the previous PO recruitment eligibility criteria, SBI allows the final year and final semester students to apply for PO recruitment 2014. That raised some confusions in the eligibility criteria of latest SBI recruitment 2014. We are getting a lot of queries asking whether they are eligible or not, here in this post we will make it clear.

Before heading to the eligibility details, we notify you that the last date to apply for SBI Probationary Officer recruitment 2014 is 25th of April, so if you are not yet applied, here is the complete details with online application link. SBI PO Recruitment 2014

Am I Eligible For SBI PO Recruitment 2014 ?

  • Currently i’m in the final semester of my graduation, but my date of birth is 10/6/1994. Can i apply for SBI PO exam 2014 ?.
No, you are not eligible to apply for SBI PO recruitment 2014 since the age should be between 21 – 30 as on 01-04-2014. That means the aspirants will be eligible only if they should have been born not earlier that 02-04-1984 and not later than 01-04-1993. And that is the reason why the year 1994 is not showing in the options list.
  • I have one back paper and i’m in the final year of my degree course, am i eligible to apply for this latest SBI recruitment ?.
There is no problems to apply, but if you are selected for the interview, you should submit the proof which shows you have successfully passed your degree course on or before 10-08-2014.
  • I have got 54% aggregate in my graduation, will it make me disqualified ?.
You can apply, there is no minimum percentage for SBI PO 2014. If you are a graduate and within the specified age limit, you are eligible.
  • My degree is by distance education, is that enough to apply for SBI recruitment 2014 ?.
Yes, that is enough. But you need to make sure that whether you have taken your degree from a UGC approved university.

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