Reserve Bank of India (RBI) conducts RBI Assistant exam for the recruitment of candidates for the post of Assistant. The exam of RBI Assistant is conducted in three phases - preliminary, and mains exam which is followed by a Language Proficiency Test (LPT). Candidates who are between 20 to 28 years of age and hold a graduation degree with at least 50% marks can fill the application form of RBI Assistant in online mode. The RBI Assistant exam is conducted in various shifts at different locations across India. All those candidates who qualify in the prelims can only appear for the next stage which is the mains examination. Candidates who are selected provisionally in the mains exam have to further appear for the Language Proficiency Test (LPT). The final selection is done based on the marks obtained by the candidates in the mains examination and the LPT.
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Candidates must meet certain eligibility criteria in order to appear for the RBI Assistant exam. The eligibility criteria are thus determined by RBI taking into consideration the age and educational qualification of the candidates. Candidates must meet the eligibility criteria of RBI Assistant so that they do not face any rejection in the later stage of the selection process.
RBI Assistant Eligibility Criteria – Age
Candidates must not be less than 20 years and more than 28 years of age.
However, there are age relaxations given to the candidates who belongs from reserved categories.
RBI Assistant Eligibility Criteria – Age Relaxation
Candidates domiciled in the state of Jammu and Kashmir between January 1, 1980 to December 31, 1989.
RBI Assistant Eligibility Criteria – Educational Qualification
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RBI releases the RBI Assistant application in online mode. The candidate who meets the eligibility criteria can fill the application form of RBI Assistant along with the payment of application fees within the dates mentioned in the exam brochure. Candidates can also make corrections/modifications in the details filled in the application form in case of any error before final submission. Candidates must also take a printout of the application form and application fee receipt generated by the system and keep it with themselves for future references.
Candidates must pay the application fees in online mode using different payment gateways like Net Banking, Debit Cards (Visa/RuPay/MasterCard/Maestro), Internet Banking, Credit Cards, IMPS, Cash Cards/Mobile Wallets.
RBI Assistant Application Fees
RBI Assistant Exam Pattern
The exam of RBI Assistant is conducted in three phases – preliminary, mains and language proficiency test. Candidates who qualify in the preliminary exam will be eligible for appearing in the mains examination. Candidates who qualify the mains exam of RBI Assistant will be eligible to appear for Language Proficiency Test.
RBI Assistant Exam Pattern – Preliminary Exam
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RBI Assistant Exam Pattern – Main Exam
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RBI Assistant Exam Pattern – Language Proficiency Test
The LPT for RBI Assistant is conducted in the Official/Local language of the state concerned.
Candidates who do not qualify the LPT is disqualified.
Reserve Bank of India (RBI) issues separate admit cards for both the phases – prelims and mains. Candidates can download their admit card of RBI Assistant 2018 by filling in the details like roll number/registration number and DOB/Password. Candidates must get the admit card printed and bring it to the exam centre on the day of RBI Assistant examination.
The RBI Assistant admit card contains details like:
Photo and signature of the candidate
Date, day and time of the RBI Assistant 2018 Exam
RBI Assistant admit card for preliminary exam is issued to only those candidates who have successfully filled the application form. The admit card of RBI Assistant for the prelims exam is issued in online mode and candidates can download it by using their registration/roll number and date of birth/password. The admit card of RBI Assistant will contain the details like candidates’ name, date of birth, date of examination, exam centre name and address etc. Candidates must take a print out of the admit card and carry it along with themselves at the exam centre on the day of examination. It is important that candidates must also carry one of their identity proofs along with the admit card of prelims exam of RBI Assistant. No candidate will be allowed in the examination hall without the admit card of RBI Assistant.
RBI Assistant Mains admit card will be issued to only those candidates who have qualified in the preliminary examination of the RBI Assistant. To download the admit card of mains examination of RBI Assistant, candidates must visit the official website, click on the admit card link and fill in the details like registration/roll number and date of birth/password. The admit card will appear on the screen in PDF format. Candidates can download the PDF and take the print out of the RBI Assistant admit card for mains examination. Candidates need to carry the admit card of RBI Assistant mains exam at the mains exam centre along with the required document of identification which includes anyone of the ID proofs. Candidates will not be able to enter the examination hall if they fail to bring the admit card of RBI Assistant mains examination at the exam centre on the day of examination.
The result of RBI Assistant is declared in three phases – Prelims, Mains and Language Proficiency test in online mode. Candidates can check their results by clicking on the official website of the exam conducting authority and entering their respective roll number/registration number and password/date of birth. For each session, the marks scored by the candidates in both prelims and mains exam will be normalized and the result will be declared based on this normalized score. In both the prelims and the mains examination candidates need to secure both overall and sectional qualifying marks as per their category. All those candidates who qualify the mains examination will be called for Language Proficiency test. The final merit list will be prepared on the basis of candidates performance in both mains exam and Language Proficiency test.
RBI Assistant cut off is released by RBI along with the declaration of the result. Cut off of RBI Assistant is the minimum marks that a candidate must score to be eligible for next round of selection process. In order to qualify candidates must secure region-wise/category-wise and sectional cutoff in each stage of the RBI Assistant selection process. The final result will be declared on the basis of the cut off score of each stage of RBI Assistant exam
For RBI Assistant Exam, you need to be between 20 to 28 years of age pls should be a graduate in any discipline with 50% marks. For reserved categories (SC/ST/PWD candidates), they just need to pass graduation in any discipline. Knowledge of word processing on PC is required too.
Candidates applying for post in a particular recruiting office should be proficient in the language (to read, write, speak and understand the language) of the state/ any of the states falling under the recruiting office.
Hope this helps!
Candidates who are appearing for the post of Assistants in RBI conducted every year. Candidates must have a effective preparation strategy.
Prepare a time table
First go through the exam pattern
Segregate topics from the syllabus
As the test is online candidates take mock tests
Prepare from practice papers and sample papers
Refer to some of the important books. Some of the Books and Study Material to follow are:
English →Objective English by Hari Mohan Prasad, Verbal Ability and RC by Arun Sharma and SP Bakshi, English Grammar by Lucent.
Quant → R. S Agarwal , K Kundan DI, Quicker Math
Reasoning → R.S Agarwal and M.k.Pandey . Subscribe my YouTube channel BANK4SUCCESS and join my WhatsApp Group to get study material.
New Pattern Topics Available on Internet.
Current Affairs → BSC Magazine, Monthly capsules, Daily Updates.
Banking Current Affairs(5–10 Ques) → BANK4SUCCESS
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Make notes and do revision work regularly after completely each unit.
Time management: In prelim exam your target is to get more marks in less time as the questions are comparatively easy. If you are good at English you can score more in less time.
Balance speed and acccuracy- Reasoning is a very scoring section in which you get the best balance of speed and accuracy.
Practice for the exam: build on on your basics and fundamentals. Analyse your performance and work on your ‘improvement area’ to score more by taking a lot of mock tests.
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On average total of 5.5lakh candidates appear for RBI Assistant examination however this will vary for all states as som emight have more and some might have fewer students.
Approximately 600+position are filled at RBI as per last yeardata.
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