You can easily clear the exam if you have a clear idea of the exam pattern and the approach that you should follow. Regular practice and a strong will is all it takes.
The SBI PO exam consists of following phases -
1. Preliminary Phase
2. Mains Phase
Make sure that you dedicate at least 8-10 hours every day for your preparation. As far as the aspirants who are working are concerned, try to dedicate 2-3 hours every day from your schedule and make up for the remaining time in the weekends.
To prepare for different sections of Mains Exam like
All you need to cover Current, Banking (Economy) & Static news of last 6 months. To score maximum marks in this section, make a habit of reading & revising the news on a regular basis. Just divide the topics & plan your schedule to cover all the important news.
Banking Terminology, Recent RBI News like – Monetary policies, Important guidelines, SBI Bank in News, ICICI Bank in News, Committees, etc.
National, International News, Sports News, Awards, Summits & Conferences, Schemes, Agreement & Deals, etc.
Parks, Dam, ThermalPower Plants, Mountains, Temples, Stadiums, Airports, etc.
Try to devote at least 2 hours a day for this section. Read it & make a note of important events & news. Revise it on the same day, this exercise will make you master in this section.
There are a lot of opportunities which are available for any Probationary Officer in SBI. An SBI PO can reach to great heights in his or her career.
Almost All the chairman of State Bank of India and its associate banks had started their careers as a Probationary Officer only. Even the Present Chairperson of SBI, Ms. Arundhati Bhattacharya joined SBI in 1977 as probationary officer
SBI PO career path is still one of the fastest if you compare it with other government jobs. Apart from the very fast promotion channels, there are rewards, recognition and attractive postings for performers.