Every year RBI Assistant 2017 Exam is conducted by Reserve Bank of India to select candidates for the post of Assistant. The selected candidates are posted in the multiple branches of RBI through RBI Assistant 2017 Exam all across the country. It is a national level selection process and thus applications from all sections of India are welcomed.
Candidates can apply for the post of RBI Assistant by registering for the exam through the link provided on the official page of Reserve Bank of India. The notification has been released. The post of RBI Assistant is the most sought after position in India and every year lakhs of students take this exam in order to join this prestigious position. In order to stand tall among all the candidates, it’s really necessary for candidates to gear up their preparation from now. Listed below is a detailed description of RBI Assistant 2017 Exam.
The Admit card for RBI Assistant 2017 Preliminary Exam has been released. All those candidates who registered for RBI Assistant 2017 exam can now download their call letter to appear for the prelims scheduled on 27th & 28th November 2017. The last date to download RBI Assistant Admit Card is 28th November. Below is the official website link from where candidates can download the admit card:
The notification for RBI Assistant 2017 exam has been released by RBI. The Reserve Bank of India invites applications from eligible candidates for 623 posts of “Assistant” in various offices of the Bank. Candidates can now download the official notification and do the online registration through the links mentioned below.
• Online Application & Payment of Examination Fees (Online): 18th October to 10th November 2017
• Online Preliminary Test (Tentative): 27th and 28th November 2017
• Online Mains Test (Tentative): 20th December 2017
As the exam for RBI Assistant 2017 is conducted online at various centres across the country, candidates are given the liberty to choose centre of their choice. Candidates are allotted centres based on their selection. Though RBI has the authority to allot you a centre other than the one you chose due to unavailability of seat in the preferred location.
RBI Assistant 2017 Exam is conducted in three phases: preliminary examination, mains examination and interview. Candidates are required to clear all the three phases in order to make it to the merit list declared by RBI.
Let’s have a look at the Exam Pattern for RBI Assistant Preliminary Exam
|Sections||No. of Questions||Maximum Marks|
|English Language||30||30||A composite time of 1 hour is provided to the candidate|
The Exam Pattern for RBI Assistant Mains 2017 is:
|Sections||No. of Questions||Maximum Marks|
|English Language||40||40||A composite time of 2 hours is allotted to candidate|
The major sections one should focus upon to clear both preliminary and mains exam for RBI Assistant 2017 Exam are English Language, General Awareness, Numerical Aptitude, Computer Knowledge and Reasoning.
To be eligible for RBI Assistant 2017 Exam, a candidate is required to hold a bachelor’s degree in any discipline with an aggregate of 50% and above from a recognized university. He/She must fall into the age limit as stated by RBI in its notification. A candidate must also have supreme knowledge of computers and must be well versed in the official language of the concerned state or Union Territory.
A total of Rs. 450/- is to be paid by candidates belonging to General and OBC category as their application fee. The same amount is squeezed to Rs. 50/- for candidates belonging to SC/ST/PWD category. No application fee is to be paid by RBI staff.
The results for RBI Assistant 2017 Exam will be released after the completion of each phase of the exam. The main thing to notice here is that a cumulative score of the preliminary exam, mains exam and the interview is considered to prepare the final merit list of selected students. The merit list is prepared in the descending order of the marks obtained by candidates. Candidates who make it to the merit list will be given the appointment letter by RBI.
The cut off for RBI Assistant 2017 Exam will be released after each phase of examination is completed. The cut off for the preliminary exam will be released first followed by cut off for mains exam. Candidates can evaluate their selection chances by matching their score with the cut off list released by RBI.
To get a clear picture of RBI Assistant 2017 Cut-Off, let’s have a look at the previous year cut off of this exam.
To score high in RBI Assistant 2017 Exam, it is really necessary for each and every candidate to look into the latest exam pattern and the change in syllabus so that preparation can be done accordingly. Candidates have the option to opt for Offline Coaching Program offered by Career Power to enhance their skills. They can also solve RBI Assistant Mock Test Papers to self-analyse themselves and prepare judiciously for this upcoming exam.