|Post name||Recruitment of Assistant|
|Number of vacancies||926 (Announced in 2020)|
|Recruitment stages||Preliminary and Mains exam followed by a Language Proficiency Test (LPT)|
|Mode of exam||Online|
|Exam Duration||Prelims: 60 minutes (20 minutes allotted to each section)
Mains: 135 minutes (With sectional timings)
|Age Limit||The age of candidates should be between 20 and 28 years|
|Educational Qualification||Candidates must have a bachelor’s degree in any discipline with a minimum of 50 per cent|
RBI Selection Process
The RBI recruitment process varies as per different exams. However, given below is the general RBI recruitment process followed for all the exams.
Step 1: Registration
RBI exam application form is released online on the official website. The application fee which can be paid online is Rs 850 for General/OBC and Rs 100 for SC/ST/PwBD. The steps to fill RBI recruitment application form are given below.
- Visit the official website of RBI
- Click the apply online link
- Register for the exam by entering the required details
- Fill the detailed application form
- Preview the application form
- Pay the application fee
- Submit and take its printoutStep 2: RBI Admit CardThe admit card is released phase-wise separately for various exams. Candidates need to download RBI admit card online by logging with registration number or roll number and date of birth or password.
Step 3: RBI Exam
RBI exam is conducted across various cities in the country in various phases. For example, RBI Grade B exam is conducted in three phases: Prelims, Mains and Interview. RBI Assistant exam comprises Prelims exam, Mains exam followed by Language Proficiency Test (LPT).
Step 4: RBI Result
RBI result is declared on the official website after completion of each phase of exam. The result is released in PDF format. The result displays the roll numbers of qualified candidates. The scorecard along with the cutoff is released a few days after the declaration of the result.