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SBI clerk mains Results 2016 JA JAA declared soon at sbi.co.in check cut off and merit list.

SBI Clerk Mains Results 2016

State Bank of India is going to declare the SBI Clerk Mains Results 2016 at the official website Sbi.co.in for JA and JAA vacancies.

Candidates wrote SBI Clerk Mains exam for the posts of Junior Assistants (JA) and Junior Agricultural Assistants (JAA) on 25 & 26 June 2023 are waiting for the result.

The official website has previously mentioned that they will be releasing the SBI JA JAA results 2016 on August 16th, 2016. As per the information, the authorities have given the result.

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The examination is held in two phases Preliminary, Mains online examinations. The preliminary exam was conducted on 22nd, 28th and 29th May and 04th and 05th June 2016. About 20 thousand candidates cleared prelims exam and took SBI clerks mains.

The Mains exam duration is 2 hours 40 min and is MCQ type exam. The area of questions include General/ Financial Awareness, General English, Quantitative Aptitude and Reasoning Ability & Computer Aptitude

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The candidates can also get the SBI JA JAA cut off marks and download score card. The score card mentions the section wise and category wise cut off marks. Candidates who cleared the mains examination will be called for next round. The next phase of selection will be out soon at the official website.

SBI released notification to fill 17168 posts of Junior Assistants (JA) and Junior Agricultural Assistants (JAA) in clerical cadre. Lakhs of applicants submitted the forms to take the examination that was held in June 2016.

To check SBI Clerk Mains Results 2016, candidates need to log on to the official website sbi.co.in and provide your credentials like roll number password registration number and date of birth, etc. you will see a page displaying your score. Download these SBI Clerk mains score card for further reference.

You can also get the SBI Clerk mains score card from the website @sbi.co.in

Bank employees’ One Day Strike on July 29 Across the Nation

Banking services are affected on Friday as around 10 lakh bankers of 40 public sectors, and state-run banks joined the strike called by the United Forum of Banks Unions (UFBU). According to a union leader, the protest is against the merger of the State Bank of India and its associated banks. As IANS reported, on Tuesday the UFBU held a meeting with the Indian Banks Association regarding the issue, but it was of no use.

So, the union opposes the governments’ decision to merge five SBI associate banks with SBI. The Associated Banks of SBI are State Bank of Bikaner and Jaipur (SBBJ), State Bank of Travancore (SBT), State Bank of Patiala (SBP), State Bank of Mysore (SBM) and State Bank of Hyderabad (SBH), bankers called for a one-day strike across the nation on Friday.

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C.H. Venkatachalam, General Secretary of the All India Bank Employees Association (AIBEA) said the protest is also against the decision of privatisation of IDBI Bank.  This strike affects the banking operations such as deposits, withdrawals and cheque clearance.

“The All India State Bank Officers’ Federation and the All India State Bank of India Staff Federation are members of UFBU. Thus, it is likely that the bank will also be impacted to some extent by the said strike calls,” says a statement released by SBI.

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“The strike is on. We are not aware of any case filed by the banks or the Indian Banks Association (IBA) to restrain the nine unions of UFBU (United Forum of Bank Unions) from striking,” told C.H. Venkatachalam to IANS.

“The strike will involve employees and officers of public sector banks, old generation private banks and foreign banks with a total of more than 80,000 branches,” he added. Earlier this month, Bank unions have called for a two-day strike on July 12 and 13 following a constraint order from Delhi HC.

Venkatachalam was mainly concerned about the bad loans and told that the RBI is not taking serious measures to recover the bad loans. “Even the defaulters’ names are not being published,’ he added.