Update: SBI Clerk Mains Results 2016- JA, JAA exam results delayed

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Once again, The State Bank Of India has delayed the SBI Clerk Mains JA And JAA results. Also, no new dates has been finalized. So, it is our advised to candidates to keep checking the official site. We are mentioning the simple steps to check your results easily.

Why the delay?

Report suggests that, The SBI officials are still not clear on the interview process. We would also like to inform you that most of the exams conducted under the govt. of India has already scrapped the interview process. So, it is most likely that SBI Clerk JA and JAA Mains Results will be final stage, and candidates will be shortlisted based on the Mains exam results.

SBI Clerk Mains Results 2016- JA, JAA exam results delayed

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Earlier, it was expected that, the SBI will declare the results on 31st August, but now it has been delayed and no new dates has been announced. The candidates will be selected against 17, 000 posts of JA & JAA.

About SBI
State Bank of India (SBI) is an Indian multinational, public sector banking and financial services company. It is a government-owned corporation with its headquarters in Mumbai, Maharashtra. As of 2014-15, it had assets of ₹20.480 trillion (US$300 billion) and more than 14,000 branches, including 191 foreign offices spread across 36 countries, making it the largest banking and financial services company in India by assets.

How to check SBI Clerk JA And JAA Mains Result 2016?

• Visit the official website sbi.co.in
• Click on the Careers tab
• Click on the relevant result link
• Enter the essential details to access the results
• Save the result for further reference.

Certain number of candidates SBI Clerk JA And JAA Mains Result 2016 will be called for interview round depending on the number of SBI Clerk vacancies. As per the announcement of Central Government in the year 2015, interview stages for Group B, C and D non-gazetted recruitment processes have been scrapped from January 1, 2016. A formal communication regarding the scrapping of interview stage is still awaited from the bank.