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South Indian Bank PO Admit Card 2019 Released: Download SIB PO Hall Ticket @ southindianbank.com

South Indian Bank PO Admit Card 2019 Released: Download SIB PO Hall Ticket @ southindianbank.com: You all should know that the South Indian Bank Limited has released the admit card for the South Indian Bank PO 2018 on 21st December, 2018. Some of you might know that the candidates can download the admit card from the official website. All you need to do is go down on the official website which is www.southindianbank.com and you all can click on the Admit card link after that. If you are having trouble in getting the result then we could solve that problem for you here.

South Indian Bank PO Admit Card 2019 Released

At first you need to go down the official website because result can be downloaded from that website only.  Also, the last date of the downloading the result is December 29, 2018. As you all may know that the online exam will be conducted on 29 December, 2018. Some of you might know that the candidates should come along with the admit card while coming for the exam. Even it is required to come up with a prescribed photo ID proof like Aadhar card, voter ID card, PAN card, passport, driving license, employee ID card, and college/university ID card.


How to download South Indian Bank PO Admit Card-
Reports are coming that the candidates are quite excited and they can really download their admit card. Also, the candidates will not be allowed to enter the examination hall without the admit card and prescribed photo ID proof (make sure that you don’t forget it).

  • First of all, you need to visit the official website which is given here.
  • After that you need to look for the South Indian Bank PO Admit card.
  • Even, then you can download the South Indian Bank PO admit card.
  • Download the PO admit card by filling the normal instructions.
  • South Indian Bank PO Exam Pattern/Syllabus-

You all should know that the South Indian Bank PO Exam Pattern and Syllabus is related to the normal exam. Some of you might know that the candidates will be asked 160 questions from four sections – reasoning and computer aptitude, general/ economy/banking awareness, English language, and data analysis and interpretation.