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In the official notice of, the board has declared the total of ___ assistant vacancies, including category-based reservations. All the applicants should check out the chart of vacancies before appearing for the RBI Assistant examination.
Category-wise vacancy details are given below:
RBI Assistant selection process comprises three phases. A candidate must qualify each to proceed to the next phase.
RBI Preliminary Exam (Phase I)
RBI Mains Exam (Phase II)
Language Proficiency Test(LPT) (Phase III)
RBI Assistant Preliminary Examination - Computer Based Examination - Objective paper
The Section-wise details are given below:
|Section||No. of MCQs/Questions||Maximum Marks||Medium of Exam||Time allotted for each test|
|English Language||30||30||English||20 minutes|
|Quantitative Aptitude||35||35||English and Hindi||20 minutes|
|Reasoning Ability||35||35||English and Hindi||20 minutes|
Note: Negative marking of 0.25 for every wrong answer
Candidates must clear the overall cutoff in all three sections to qualify for RBI Assistant Main Exam.
RBI does not fix the cut-off marks. Instead, it decides depending on the question paper. The adequate number of candidates in each category are shortlisted for the Mains examination depending upon requirements.
Prelims exam is only qualifying, which means marks obtained in the Prelims exam will not be added anywhere else.
RBI Assistant Main Examination - Computer Based Examination - Objective paper
|Section||No. of MCQs/Questions||Total Marks Allotted||Medium of Exam||Time allotted for each test|
|Quantitative Aptitude||40||40||English and Hindi||30 minutes|
|Reasoning Ability||40||40||English and Hindi||30 minutes|
|English Language||40||40||English||30 minutes|
|General Awareness||40||40||English and Hindi||25 minutes|
|Computer Aptitude||40||40||English and Hindi||20 minutes |
Note: Negative marking of 0.25 for every wrong answer
FINAL ROUND: In view of the social distancing and safety measures necessitated due to COVID-19 pandemic, the 3rd phase may comprise of
The RBI Assistant Prelims is an objective type paper. The syllabus for Prelims consists of three subjects:
|English Language||Quantitative Aptitude||Reasoning|
|Reading Comprehension||Simplification, Approximation||Logical Reasoning|
|Cloze Test||Profit and Loss||Alphanumeric Series|
|Para Jumbles||Mixtures and Alligations||Ranking/Direction/Alphabet Test|
|Miscellaneous||SI and CI||Data Sufficiency|
|Fill in the blanks||Surds and Indices||Coded inequalities|
|Multiple meaning/Error spotting||Work and Time||Seating arrangement|
|Paragraph Completion||Time and Distance||Puzzle|
|Idioms and Phrases||Mensuration-Cylinder, Cone and Sphere and Cuboid||Tabulation|
|Ratio and Proportion, Percentage||Blood Relations|
|Sequence and Series||Coding-Decoding|
|Permutation, Combination, and Probability|
Assertion and Reason,
The statement, Argument, and Assumption
RBI Assistant Mains Syllabus
The syllabus of RBI Assistant Mains Exam is as follows:
|Computer Aptitude||General/Economy/Banking Awareness||English Language||Quantitative Aptitude|
|Verbal and Non Verbal Reasoning||Internet||Banking Awareness||Reading Comprehension||Simplification|
|Syllogism||Memory||Financial Knowledge||Vocabulary||Average and Mixture and Alligation|
|Seating Arrangements(Circular and Linear )||Keyboard Shortcuts||Basic Economics||Grammar||Percentage|
|Double and Triple Lineups||Computer Abbreviation||Current Affairs- Current Events of National and International Importance with focus on financial news||Letter Writing||Ratio and Proportion|
Static GK :
General Knowledge on various topics of importance to financial institutions
|Essay Writing||Data Interpretation and Data Sufficiency|
|Input/output||Computer Hardware||Verbal Ability||Geometry and Mensuration|
|Blood Relations||Computer Software||Permutation, combination, and Probability|
|Ordering and Ranking||Operating System||Linear Equation and Quadratic Equation|
|Coding and Decoding||Networking||Simple and Compound Interest|
|Sufficiency of Arguments and Data||Computer Fundamentals/Terminologies||Problem of Ages|
|Directions and Displacement||Profit and Loss, Discount|
|Code Inequalities||Number System and Number Series|
|Alphanumeric Series||Speed, Time, and Distance|
|Time and Work|
The candidate must have a graduation degree in any stream from the Government of India recognized University or any equivalent qualification from a Central Government recognized institution. The candidate must possess a valid Mark-sheet / Degree Certificate stating that he/ she is a graduate on the day he/she registers for the RBI Assistant exam. The candidate has to also provide the percentage of marks obtained in graduation while registering online
Any Candidate who is applying for the RBI Assistant examination should not be less than 20 years and not more than 28 years at the time of registration. However, there is an age relaxation applicable to category-wise candidates.
Relaxation of Upper Age Limit
|OBC(Non –creamy Layer)||3 years|
The candidates appearing in the RBI Assistant exam must qualify under any one of the following:
Candidates belonging to categories 2, 3, 4 must have a certificate of eligibility issued by the Government of India in their favor.
Part-I: RBI Assistant Registrations
In the first step, the candidates need to register themselves on the official website of the Commission. For this, the candidates must follow the steps mentioned below:
Part-II: RBI Assistant application form
Next, candidates can login to their registered accounts using their registration number and password and complete the remaining steps of the application process.
The candidates have to upload a scanned copy of the following documents, to complete their application process:
|Left thumb Impression||240x240||20-50||jpg/jpeg|
|Hand Written Declaration||800x400||50-100||jpg/jpeg|
Part-III: Fee Structure
Candidates should make the payment of requisite fees/ intimation charges through ONLINE mode only, that is by Debit/Credit Card, Net Banking, IMPS, Cash Card, and Mobile Wallets (like Paytm, GPay). Once the fees are paid, the candidate cannot claim for refund. At the end of the payment procedure, the candidate should make sure to take a print copy for future use.
The application fee is given below:
|Category||Application Fee (in Rs)|
|General and others||450|
On successful completion of the transaction, an e-receipt will be generated. Candidates can take a printout of the e-receipt and online RBI Assistant application form.
Q. Can I appear for RBI Assistant with a 50% graduation score?
Ans. Yes, you can appear for RBI Assistance with a 50% graduation score.
Q. What is the selection process for RBI Assistant?
Ans. RBI Assistant is held in three stages: Prelims, Mains and LPT. The candidate will have to clear each stage for the final selection.
Q. When will the online applications start?
Ans. RBI Assistant notification will be released in the first week of ____.
Q. What is the cut-off for RBI Assistant recruitment?
Ans. There is no fixed cut-off. It depends on the performance of the candidates each year.
Q. Is RBI Assistant a bilingual exam?
Ans. Yes, the RBI Assistant exam is conducted in English and Hindi language. However, the English language section is in English only.
Q. What is the application fee?
Ans. The application fee for SC/ ST/ PWD candidates is Rs 50/-. All others have to pay ₹ 450/-
Q. Are there fixed timings allocated for different sections?
Ans. Yes, both in Prelims and Mains