Best IBPS SBI Clerk Exam Coaching in Jaipur

Looking towards working as an SBI employee? Then your dream can come true by appearing in the SBI clerk exam. The State Bank of India conducts this exam to recruit candidates for the post of clerical cadre in an array of branches in India. Get guidance from the best SBI clerk exam preparation coaching in Jaipur the "Power Mind Institute". We ensure to offer you absolute learning convenience with our one of a kind well curated learning materials and expert guidance from our top-notch faculties. Our result speaks for our success when it comes to the SBI clerk examination. We've successfully ensured 502+ selections in the bank examination. Get ready with the best to be the best. This examination is conducted in two stages: Preliminary and Main. 

Eligibility Criteria for SBI Clerk Exam:

There are certain requirements that candidates must have to appear for the SBI Clerk exam, otherwise, they are not allowed, we've mentioned the requirements in the following:

Educational Qualification: The candidates who are appearing in this examination should have completed graduation in any discipline from a recognized university or any equivalent qualification recognized by the Central Government. 

Age Limit: There is a minimum age limit determined by the SBI for candidates to be eligible for appearing in the  SBI Clerk examination which is 20 years and the maximum age that should not exceed 28 years. 

Number of Attempts: The aspirant should be able to take this exam many times within the age limit. 

Citizenship: The person should be a citizen of India for appearing in this examination. Any person from Nepal, Bhutan or Tibetan should have come over to India on 1st January 1962 to permanently settle in India. 

Language Proficiency:  The candidates must be proficient in the local language of the state in which they are applying for the SBI Clerk post.  The aspirants should have a local language as one of the subjects in their 10th standard or have studied the local language in the 10+2 or at graduation level.

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Stages of the SBI Clerk Examination

The SBI Clerk exam is conducted in two stages: preliminary and main. We've discussed both of them in a detailed manner below: 

Preliminary Exam: This examination is an objective type exam that contains 100 questions for a total of 100 marks. The duration of this examination is 1 hour which includes three sections: Numerical Ability, Reasoning Ability and English Language. The aspirants who clear this examination will become eligible to take part in the main exam. 

Main Exam: It is also an online objective type questions test that includes 190 questions for 200 marks. This exam is conducted for 2 hours 40 Mins duration and has four sections: General English, General/ Financial  Awareness, Quantitative  Aptitude and Reasoning Ability & Computer Aptitude. Each wrong answer has a negative marking of 1/4th of the marks assigned to it. 

Once the candidate qualifies the main exam will then be called for a language proficiency test (LPT). The LPT is conducted to make sure that candidates have a well-working knowledge of the local language of the state in which they are posted. The final selection call is made on the basis of the candidate's performance in both the main exam and LPT. 

Exam Pattern of the SBI Clerk Exam

We've sorted down the exam pattern of both stages of the SBI Clerk exam in the following: 

Preliminary Exam: 

  • This exam has a one-hour duration and contains three sections: Numerical Ability, Reasoning Ability and English Language
  • It is conducted online and contains 100 objective-type questions
  • The negative marks for the exam are 100 with each question carrying one mark. 
  • The negative marking of 1/4th of the marks assigned to a question that has been wrongly answered


Section Name Number of Questions Maximum Marks

English Language



Numerical Ability



Reasoning Ability




Main Exam: 

  • This examination takes place for 2 hours 40 minutes and includes four sections: Quantitative Aptitude, Reasoning Ability, General English and Computer Aptitude
  • The maximum marks for this examination are 200 in which each question carries one mark
  • The negative marking of 1/4th of the marks are given to questions for each wrong answer. 
  • It consists of 190 objective-type questions that are conducted online.  
Section Name Number of Questions Maximum Marks

General/Financial Awareness



General English



Quantitative Aptitude



Reasoning Ability & Computer Aptitude




Tips to Prepare For SBI Clerk exam 

To nail in the SBI Clerk exam you should have appropriate guidance from the experts. At Power Mind Institute we understand your needs and provide best-in-class learning material along with the guidance of some of the best faculty to get prepared for the SBI Clerk examination. Here are a few tips from our expert faculty that would be beneficial for your learning mentioned below:

  • Get to know the exam pattern and syllabus properly to be familiar with questions in each section. 
  • Create your own study plan to cover all topics from the syllabus.
  • Practice as many mock tests as possible with regular practice for improved speed and accuracy. 
  • Do Revision on a regular basis especially for important topics regularly
  • Try to improve your language and communication skills by reading newspapers, books and other materials to improve your vocabulary, grammar and comprehension skills. 
  • Always be positive and confident while preparing to crack the exam with the best possible marks.

    What is the selection process for SBI Clerk?

    The selection process for SBI Clerk consists of two stages: the preliminary examination and the main examination. Candidates who qualify in the preliminary examination are eligible to appear for the main examination. Final selection is based on the candidate's performance in the main examination.

    What is the eligibility criteria for the SBI Clerk exam?

    To be eligible for the SBI Clerk exam, a candidate must be between 20 and 28 years of age and hold a bachelor's degree in any discipline from a recognized university. Additionally, proficiency in the local language of the state or union territory is necessary

    Is there any interview for the SBI Clerk exam?

    No, there is no interview for the SBI Clerk exam. Final selection is based solely on the candidate's performance in the main examination.

    Are there any age relaxations for reserved category candidates?

    Yes, there are age relaxations for candidates belonging to reserved categories. The extent of relaxation varies based on the category and is provided in the official notification.

    Is there any sectional cutoff in the SBI Clerk exam?

    Yes, to qualify for the SBI Clerk exam, candidates must clear the sectional cutoff in each section of the preliminary and main examinations, along with achieving the overall cutoff.

    What is the exam pattern for the SBI Clerk exam?

    The exam pattern for the SBI Clerk exam is as follows:

    Preliminary Examination: It consists of three sections - English Language, Numerical Ability, and Reasoning Ability. Each section has 20 minutes allotted, and the total duration of the exam is 60 minutes.

    Main Examination: It consists of four sections - General/Financial Awareness, General English, Quantitative Aptitude, and Reasoning Ability & Computer Aptitude. Each section has a separate time limit, and the total duration of the exam is 160 minutes.

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