The State Bank of India (SBI) has released the admit card to appear for the examination of the Pharmacist post in the clerical cadre. The exam for the same will be held in a computer-based test mode on 13 September, 2021.
According to the official website of SBI, the commencement date to download the admit card is 02 September, 2021, while the closing date is 13 September, 2021.
To download the admit card for the exam, candidates can visit the official website of SBI – sbi.co.in.
In order to download the SBI Pharmacist admit card, refer to the following steps:
1. Go to the website – ibpsonline.ibps.in/sbiphccmar21/cloea_may21/login.php?appid=ebfac518e38c4cb007008fdb29519c6d
2. On the far right of the page, you will see a column titled, “Login Credential”. Here, enter your Registration Number / Roll Number in the marked space.
3. Then, just below the Registration Number / Roll Number box is another box marked “Password / DOB(DD-MM-YY)”. Here, enter both your password and your date of birth, respectively.
4. Below this box is the captcha box. Here, enter the text captcha as displayed.
5. Now, click on “login” and on the next page, you will be able to download your admit card.
6. Take a print out of your admit card to carry along with you to the exam venue.
As per the official SBI booklet related to the examination, the candidate has to report at the exam venue 15 minutes before the reporting time. As for the exact time of reporting at the venue, it will be sent to the candidate via both email and SMS a day before the exam. This step has been taken in order to avoid overcrowding at the venue, which might compromise social distancing norms.
In case you do not receive the email or SMS, just follow the reporting time mentioned in the admit card. Please note that the candidates, who arrive at the venue after the reporting time, will not be allowed to sit for the exam.
The total time allocated for the exam is 2 hours. The objective test will have 150 questions for a total of 200 marks. The exam will consist of 5 sections – General Awareness (25 questions for 25 marks), General English (25 questions for 25 marks), Quantitative Aptitude (25 questions for 25 marks), Reasoning Ability (25 questions for 25 marks), and Professional Knowledge (50 questions for 100 marks).
Based on performance in the online written test, selected candidates will be called for an interview.