RBI Assistant

RBI Assistant

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Summary

The Reserve Bank of India, or RBI, is the country's central bank. Every year, the organization holds recruitment exams to fill various positions. The exam is held to direct recruit RBI Assistant in various rbi offices. For the RBI Assistant exam, candidates must be between the ages of 20 and 28 years. RBI Assistant 2019 exam has a three-phase selection process and candidates have must clear the preliminary exam, mains examination and LPT (Language Proficiency Test). Candidates who pass all these selection procedures will be considered for the RBI Assistant positions in its various branches all across the country. The preliminary examination syllabus of the RBI Assistant contains English, Numerical Ability and Reasoning Ability. The mains examination syllabus of the RBI Assistant includes Reasoning, Computer Knowledge, English, General Awareness and Numerical Ability. Candidates who match the eligibility criteria can apply online using the official website for the RBI Assistant post. To apply for the RBI Assistant 2019 test, candidates must pay Rs. 450 for Gen/OBC/ EWS candidates and Rs. 50 for SC/ST/PWD candidates. In the below section you will get more information on the RBI Assistant 2019 exam syllabus, total number of vacancies, eligibility criteria, important links and dates, how to apply for rbi assistant, exam pattern, and other details.

Exam Pattern

Total Marks : 100
Total Time : 60 Min
-ve marking : 0.25 (For each wrong answer)
Subject Qns. Marks
Numerical Ability 35 35
Reasoning Ability 35 35
English Language 30 30
Total 100 100

Eligibility Criteria

Essential Educational Qualifications (as on 01-12-2019): 

(I) A Bachelor's Degree (Graduation) in any field with at least 50 percent marks (pass class for SC/ST/PWD applicants) in the aggregate and understanding of word processing on a Personal Computer (PC).

(II) A candidate in the Ex-servicemen category (excluding dependents of ex-servicemen) must be a graduate of a recognised university or have passed the Armed Forces' matriculation or equivalent examinations and have served for at least 15 years in defence service.

(III) Candidates applying for positions in a particular recruiting office should be fluent in the language of the state/states covered by the recruiting office (i.e., be able to write, speak, read and understand the language).

 

Age limit (as on 01-12-2019):

The candidate's age must be between 20 years to 28 years.

* Applicants must have been born between the 02 December 1991 and the 02 of December 2000. (both dates inclusive)*

 

The following are the permissible upper age limit relaxations as follows:

 

S.No.

Category

Age relaxation allowed over the age limit given above

01

SC/ ST

5 years

02

OBC

3 years

03

PWD (Gen/ EWS)

10 years

04

PWD (SC/ ST)

15 years

05

PWD (OBC)

13 years

06

Ex-Servicemen

An additional period of 3 years, subject to a maximum of 50 years, to the extent of service rendered by them in the Armed Forces.

07

Widows / Divorced women / Judicially separated women that have not remarried

10 years

08

Candidates who have resided in the State of Jammu and Kashmir of India during the period from 1st January 1980 to 31st December 1989.

5 years

09

Candidates having work experience in the  Reserve Bank of India

To the extent of number of years of such experience, subject to a maximum of 3 years

Exam Pattern

Scheme of RBI Assistant Selection Procedure:

The recruitment process will be divided into three phases:

• Preliminary Exam

• Mains Exam

• Language Proficiency Test (LPT)

 

Scheme of RBI Assistant Preliminary Examinations:

Part

Name of Tests

Number of Questions

Maximum Marks

Time allotted for each test (Separately timed)

I

English Language

30

30

20 minutes

II

Numerical Ability

35

35

20 minutes

III

Reasoning Ability

35

35

20 minutes

Total

100

100

60 minutes

Important Note:

I. The question papers will be of the multiple option type.

II. One mark has been allotted for each question.

III. The questions will be written in both Hindi and English.

IV. Each test will be given its separate time slot.

V. There will be a 1/4 marks deduction for each incorrect answer.

 

VI. Candidates must pass each of the three tests with cut-off marks determined by J&K Bank.

 

Scheme of RBI Assistant Mains Examinations:

Part

Name of Tests

Number of Questions

Maximum Marks

Time allotted for each test (Separately timed)

I

Reasoning Ability

40

40

30 minutes

II

English Language

40

40

30 minutes

III

Numerical Ability

40

40

30 minutes

IV

General Awareness

40

40

25 minutes

V

Computer knowledge

40

40

20 minutes

Total

200

200

135 minutes

Important Note:

I. The question papers will be of the multiple option type.

II. One mark has been allotted for each question.

III. The questions will be written in both Hindi and English.

IV. Each test will be given its separate time slot.

V. There will be a 1/4 marks deduction for each incorrect answer.

 

VI. Candidates must pass each of the three tests with cut-off marks determined by J&K Bank..

 

Language Proficiency Test (LPT):

Candidates who are provisionally selected from the main online examination will be required to take a language proficiency test (LPT). The language proficiency test will be given in the official/ local language of the state in question (as specified below.

 

The Office wise Domestic language/s is/are as follows:

• Ahmedabad – Gujarati

• Bengaluru – Kannada

• Bhopal – Hindi

• Bhubaneswar - Oriya

• Chandigarh – Punjabi / Hindi

• Chennai – Tamil

• Guwahati – Assamese / Bengali / Khasi / Manipuri / Bodo / Mizo

• Hyderabad – Telugu

• Jaipur – Hindi

• Jammu – Urdu / Hindi / Kashmiri

• Kanpur & Lucknow – Hindi

• Kolkata – Bengali / Nepali

• Mumbai – Marathi / Konkani

• Nagpur – Marathi / Hindi

• New Delhi – Hindi

• Patna – Hindi / Maithili

• Thiruvananthapuram – Malayalam

**LPT is required. No candidate shall be granted any kind of exemption from taking the LPT, which will be held in the Bank's respective offices.**

Vacancy Details

Details of the Posts:

Followings are the likely posts that will be filled up through this Examination:

 

Office

GEN

EWS

OBC

SC

ST

Total

Ahmedabad

11

01

04

01

02

19

Bengaluru

12

02

06

--

01

21

Bhopal

22

04

04

04

08

42

Bhubaneswar

15

02

02

5(2)*

04

28

Chandigarh

19

03

07

06

--

35

Chennai

35

06

15

11

--

67

Guwahati

27

05

07

4(2)*

12(1)*

55

Hyderabad

14

02

05

03

01

25

Jaipur

20

03

06

05

03

37

Jammu

08

01

03

00

01

13

Kanpur & Lucknow

32

06

14

11

--

63

Kolkata

08

01

--

02

--

11

Mumbai

199

39

101(2)*

34(1)*

46(17)*

419

Nagpur

09

01

--

01

02

13

New Delhi

18

03

07

6(1)

--

34

Patna

13

02

06

03

--

24

Thiruvananthapuram & Kochi

11

02

05

02

--

20

Total

473

83

192

98

80

926

** (Bhopal comprises 1 vacancy for Raipur

Chandigarh includes 1 vacancy for Shimla

Guwahati comprises 1 vacancy for Agartala, 1 for Aizwal, 1 for Shillong, and 1 for Imphal

Kanpur & Lucknow includes 38 vacancies for Lucknow and 4 for Dehradun

Kolkata comprises 1 for Gangtok

Mumbai comprises 3 vacancies for Pune and 1 vacancy for Panaji and 23 vacancies for Belapur

Patna comprises 1 vacancy for Ranchi.**

Syllabus

Syllabus for RBI Assistant: Preliminary Examinations

(A) English

• Reading Comprehension

• Cloze Test

• Fill in the Blanks

• Para Jumbles

• Spotting Errors

• Antonyms/Synonyms

• Miscellaneous

• Paragraph Completion

• Vocabulary

• Sentence Improvement

• Tenses Rules

 

(B) Numerical Ability

• Number System

• Number Series

• Simplification (Approximation)

• Average

• Ratio/Proportion

• Percentage

• Time /Work

• Time/Distance

• Simple/Compound Interest

• Profit /Loss

• Sequences and Series

• Age problem

• Data Interpretation

• Partnership

• Permutation/Combination

• Miscellaneous

• Mensuration 2D

 

(C) Reasoning Ability

• Logical Reasoning

• Alphanumeric Series

• Alphabet Test

• Data Sufficiency

• Coded Inequalities

• Seating Arrangement

• Puzzle

• Tabulation

• Syllogism

• Blood Relations

• Input Output

• Ranking & Order

• Directions

 

Syllabus for RBI Assistant: Mains Examination

(A) Reasoning

• Analogy

• Classification

• Word formation

• Statement and conclusions

• Statement and assumptions

• Syllogism

• Passage and conclusions

• Coding Decoding

• Blood Relations

• Input/output, Assertion and reasoning

• Series Test

• Alphabet test

• Number, Ranking and time sequence

• Direction sense Test

• Decision making test

• Figure series

• Sitting Arrangement

• Series test

• Analogy

• Odd figure out

• Miscellaneous

 

(B) English

• Reading Comprehension

• Cloze Test

• Fill in the Blanks

• Para Jumbles

• Spotting Errors

• Antonyms/Synonyms

• Miscellaneous

• Paragraph Completion

• Vocabulary

• Sentence Improvement

• Tenses Rules

 

(C) Numerical Ability

• Number System

• Number Series

• Simplification (Approximation)

• Average

• Ratio/Proportion

• Percentage

• Time /Work

• Time/Distance

• Simple/Compound Interest

• Profit /Loss

• Sequences and Series

• Age problem

• Data Interpretation

• Partnership

• Permutation/Combination

• Miscellaneous

• Mensuration 2D

 

(D) General Awareness

• Current Affairs

• Important Places

• Books and Authors

• Awards

• National & International Events

• Headquarters

• Static Awareness

• Banking Terminologies Knowledge and Banking Awareness

• RBI Terms

• Emoluments and Other Benefits

• Laws and Acts (Reserve Bank of India)

 

(E) Computer Knowledge

• Windows operating system basics

• Basics of Hardware and software

• Internet terms and services

• Basic Functionalities of MS-Office

• Networking and communication

• Database basics

• Basics of Hacking, Security Tools, and Viruses

• History of computers

Application Fee

Fee Payable by Candidates for RBI Assistant Exam:

GEN/ EWS/ OBC candidates: Rs. 450/-

SC/ ST/ PWBD candidates: Rs. 50/-

*Staff candidates are exempted from payment of examination fee and intimation charges.*

 

Mode of Payment:

The payment can be made by using Debit Cards (RuPay/ Visa/ MasterCard/ Maestro), Credit Cards, Internet Banking, IMPS, Cash Cards/ Mobile Wallets by providing information as asked on the screen. Bank Transaction charges for Online Payment of application fees/ intimation charges will have to be borne by the candidate.

How to Apply

The following is a step-by-step instruction to completing the RBI Assistant online application form:

• Visit the RBI's official website, rbi.org.in.

• At the top of the page, select the Opportunities area.

• Click on the current vacancies section to open a new tab.

• Select "RBI Assistant Recruitment" from the given link.

• Now, select "Application Form" from the given link.

• A new tab will appear, requesting your registration.

• Select New Registration from the given link.

• Complete the form with the right information from your official documents.

• Save the file and then submit a scanned photo and signature image.

• Before pressing the submit button, double-check all of your information.

• Finally, pay the application cost that corresponds to your category.

• Paying the application fee online with a debit/credit card, mobile wallet, or net banking.

• Once the transaction has been completed successfully, an e-receipt will be generated.

• Make an e-print of the receipt for future reference.

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