SBI Clerk Mains 2021 Postponed: Check Official Announcement

The State Bank of India has officially announced the SBI Clerk mains 2021 Postponed news. The SBI Clerk 2021 notification released with a total of 5454 vacancies. Initially, the prelims exam was planned for June 2021. But due to the 2nd wave of COVID-19 pandemic, the prelims did not happen in June 2021. After the delay, now the prelims have been completed on the dates of 10, 11, 12, & 13 of July 2021. As per the notification, the mains exam was scheduled on the 31st of July 2021. So, the aspirants waited for the prelims result release. But the State Bank of India has officially released the SBI Clerk mains 2021 Postponed announcement. They will announce the SBI clerk mains exam date 2021 in the further notice anytime soon. Till then candidates prepare for the mains exam in an efficient manner. Here we have provided the screenshot of the official website denoting the SBI clerk mains exam date 2021 postponed news.

 

 

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SBI Clerk Mains 2021 Postponed:

The SBI Clerk 2021 selection process involves 2 stages such as prelims and mains. Recently, the SBI clerk prelims have been completed. Many aspirants were in a confused state whether the SBI clerk mains will happen on the 31st July or not? As very limited days are available and still the prelims have been deferred in a few centers, many thought that that the SBI clerk mains 2021 postponed announcement may release soon. As expected, the SBI has announced that the mains exam scheduled on 31st July has been deferred till the further notice.

 

 

In a few days, the SBI may release the notice on the new mains date. The aspirants will now get extra days for the preparation. You can utilize the SBI clerk mock test series on Guidely to practice in an efficient manner. We will provide the new mains date once the official announcement is released by the SBI. Till then practice and upgrade your skills to crack the SBI Clerk mains exam in a successful manner.

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