State Bank of India (SBI) has released the call letter for the Pharmacist in Clerical Cadre. Candidates who have registered for SBI Pharmacist Recruitment 2021 can download it from sbi.co.in. The link will remain active till May 23, 2021. Aspirants can download SBI Pharmacist admit card 2021 before the last day. The online exam for the Pharmacist post is scheduled for May 23, 2021.
In order to download SBI Pharmacist admit card 2021, candidates have to visit the official website, sbi.co.in. They have to navigate to the ‘careers’ > Join SBI > Current Opening to get the direct link for Pharmacist call letter download. Before downloading, keep the registration number/ roll number and password ready. On successful login, the SBI Pharmacist Call Letter 2021 displays on the screen.
Click here to download SBI Pharmacist Admit Card 2021
Along with the call letter, the link to download the scribe declaration form is also activated. So, those candidates who have opted for the facility of Scribe/ Reader have to carry this form to the exam centre. Both the candidates and scribe have to give a suitable undertaking in the format prescribed by SBI. Along with that they also have to attach a passport size photograph of the scribe.
Other than that, certain exam day guidelines/ “Acquaint yourself booklet” has been published online. Candidates have to make sure that they follow the social distancing norms. They have to wear an N95 face mask and gloves and carry a personal transparent water bottle and hand sanitiser. Aspirants have to reach the exam centre at least 15 minutes before the reporting time as specified in the email/SMS send by SBI. The mapping of the candidate’s roll number and lab number is also shared with them at the time of entry to the venue. Before entry, candidates also have to show the AarogyaSetu status to the security guard. Those who do not have an app have to bring a signed declaration to this effect and show it to the guard.
Candidates have to paste a recent passport size photograph in the space provided in the call letter. It should be carried to the exam centre along with the photo ID card (original and photocopy). They can also carry a simple pen, pencils, erasers and in stamp pad to the centre. Aspirants have to sign on the call letter and affix a left-hand thumb impression only in the presence of the invigilator.