SBI PO Admit Card 2014-15:
State Bank of India has published SBI PO Admit Card 2014-15 for the recruitment written exam of Probationary officer (PO) in its associate banks, which will held in Nov/Dec 2014.
All those candidates who applied successfully for SBI PO Recruitment 2014 online application form can download SBI PO Call Letter / Admit card 2014 from here. State Bank of India has published SBI Associate Bank PO Call Letter online 2014 on 25th October 2014 through its official site @ sbi.co.in.
SBI Exam Hall Ticket 2014 is available on the official website of the bank, so competitors should download it online. Remaining all details about SBI PO Call Letter 2014 has supplied in below module.
SBI Associate Bank PO Call Letter/Hall Ticket Download Details
Organization Name: State Bank of India (SBI)
Announcement Type: SBI Associate Bank PO Admit Card 2014
Post Name: Probationary Officer
Exam Date: Nov/ Dec 2014 (on different Dates)
Call Letter Published Date: 25th October 2014
State bank of India is a multinational bank provides financial services to us. SBI provides a range of banking products and has five associates’ banks. SBI also conducts written examination for the selection of eligible aspirants and give chance to those who are curious to make their career in banking sector.
How to Download SBI PO Call Letter 2014
Candidates just need to open “www.sbi.co.in” where job searchers will find a “career with us” link. Aspirants need to follow the link then they will able to see a link for "PO Admit Card", where contenders need to provided the registration number and press on submit button. Finally, their admit card will in front of them.
Dear all candidate we are provide the direct link of SBI Associate Bank PO exams Admit Card 2014 on this page. So you can get download your hall ticket through following the available link on this page. Keep connected with us for regularly updates.
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