SBI PO exam 2013 selected candidates must attend for a Group Discussion(GD) and Interview for 50 marks.The State bank of India,SBI PO Selection procedure totally depends on the candidate’s performance on Exam,GD and Interview.If you reached SBI PO Cut off marks 2013,then the State bank of India will be called for Group Discussion and Interview.The candidates will have to qualify both in Written exam and GD+Interview separately.
The Marks secured by the candidates in the Written Test (out of 250 marks maximum) are converted to out of75 and marks secured in Group Discussion & Interview (out of 50 marks maximum) are converted to out of 25.The final merit list is arrived at after aggregating converted marks of Written Test and Group Discussion & Interview out of 100 for each category. The selection will be made from the top merit ranked candidates in each category.
The State bank of India Group Discussion & Interview will decide your job as a Probationary officer.SBI PO Group discussion topics 2013 will ask from the latest issues happened and happening in India. Most probably Banking related topics will play crucial role in the SBI PO GD.
Purpose of the SBI PO Group Discussion:
SBI will check the candidate’s ability in different directions(listed below) in a Group Discussion.These qualities are very crucial for every candidate.Communication skills in an attractive way and leadership qualities will decide your chance to get a job.
Taking the initiative
SBI PO Group Discussion Topics 2013:
SBI will pick the latest issues of the nation to ask in the group discussion.Foreign Direct Investment(FDI) is the current issue in the country,this will be one of the topics.
1. FDI in Retail in India
2. Use of Force by Banks to Recover Loans
3. RBI stands on the policy rates
4. European Union Debt Crisis
5. Rupee Depreciation and Impact on the country.
6. Stock Market Crash and Crisis in the United States
7. Should PSUs be divested through Strategic Sale or Public Offer?
8. Rising NPAs of the Indian Banks
9. Advertising is a Waste of Resource
10. Privatization will lead to Less Corruption