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The Reserve Bank of India has released the official notification of release the RBI Assistant 2023. Candidates who want to secure a position in RBI as an Assistant must know the details like eligibility criteria, Exam Pattern, How to Apply for RBI Assistant 2023, etc. which we are going to cover in this Article.
The preliminary exam comprises of 100 questions carrying a total of 100 marks. Each question carries 1 mark weightage.
Note:There would be a Negative Marking of ¼ marks for every wrong answer attempted.
The pattern of the RBI Assistant Mains examination is tabulated below:
The mains exam comprises of 200 questions carrying a total of 200 marks. Each question carries 1 mark weightage. There would be a Negative Marking of ¼ marks for every wrong answer marked.
Language Proficiency Test (LPT) is one of the most important criteria which the Candidates need to undergo once they clear the Mains Exam of RBI Assistant 2021. The LPT (Language Proficiency Test) shall be conducted in the respective Local Languages of the States. Candidates failing in the Language Proficiency test shall be deemed as disqualified.
Below mentioned are the local languages of States which are included in LPT.
• Ahmedabad - Gujarati
• Bengaluru - Kannada
• Bhopal - Hindi
• Bhubaneswar -Odia
• Chandigarh -Punjabi/Hindi
• Chennai -Tamil
• Guwahati -Assamese/Bengali/Khasi/Manipuri/Bodo/Mizo
• Hyderabad -Telugu
• Jaipur -Hindi
• Jammu -Urdu/Hindi/Kashmiri
• Kanpur and Lucknow -Hindi
• Kolkata -Bengali/Nepali
• Mumbai -Marathi/Konkani
• Nagpur -Marathi/Hindi
• New Delhi -Hindi
• Patna -Hindi/Maithili
• Thiruvananthapuram -Malayalam
The Exam dates of RBI Assistant 2023 recruitment process is tabulated below:
Candidates need to follow the below steps in order to fill the RBI Assistant 2023 application form.
Step 1: Open the official website of RBI www.rbi.org.in .
Step 2: Now Click on "Recruitment for the Post of Office Attendant" link and click on ‘Click for New Registration’ link.
Step 3: Enter your personal details like Name, Contact Details, and Email Id for generating a provisional registration number and password.
Step 4: Applicants must fill all the required fields and click on ‘Save and Next’.
Step 5: Now scan your photograph and signature as per required specifications.
Step 6: Finally, cross-check the details & click on the "Final Submit" button for saving the entire draft.
Step 7: Now complete the Application Fee payment in online mode to complete the application & print the receipt for future reference.
Rs. 450/- for OBC/General/EWS candidates & Rs. 50/- for SC/ST/PWD/EXS
Note: The Staff candidates are completely exempted from payment of examination fees and intimation charges.
The guidelines for scanning and uploading documents of the RBI Assistant 2021-22 examination are tabulated below.
Reasoning:The topics for this section include: Syllogism, Seating Arrangement, Puzzle, Input-Output, Inequality, Data Sufficiency, Coding-Decoding, Miscellaneous
General English:Reading Comprehension, Spotting Error, Fill in the blank, Cloze test, Para-Jumbles, Sentence Improvement, Sentence Connectors
General Awareness:Science – Inventions & Discoveries, Geography, History, Indian Constitution, Culture, Economy, Current Affairs – National & International, Sports, Knowledge of Current Events, Countries & Capitals, General Politics etc.
Numerical Aptitude: Data Interpretation, Number Series, Quadratic Equation, Approximation/Simplification, Miscellaneous
In Language Proficiency Test, the applicants shall be tested for their proficiency in reading, writing, speaking, and understanding of the language selected by the candidates.
Cut-off is the minimum score that a candidate needs to acquire in order to proceed to the next stage of the selection process.
RBI has announced a total of 450 Posts for RBI Assistant 2023. The detailed vacancy list is tabulated below for the session 2023:
A total number of 450 vacancies have been released for RBI Assistant Recruitment 2023. Below are the category-wise and state-wise vacancy details.
*Abbreviations used in above table:
SC – Scheduled Caste; ST – Scheduled Tribe; OBC – Other Backward Classes; EWS- Economically Weaker Section; GEN – General i.e. Unreserved; PwBD – Persons with Benchmark Disabilities; VI – Visually Impaired; HI – Hearing Impaired; OH – Orthopedically Handicapped; EXS – Ex-Servicemen; EX-1 - Disabled Ex-servicemen/ Dependents of Ex-servicemen killed in action; Ex-2 - Ex-servicemen (normal); 4th category as defined under RPWD Act, 2016.
$ Candidates belonging to OBC category but coming in the ‘Creamy Layer’ are not entitled to OBC reservation.
As per the 7th pay commission, the basic salary of an RBI Assistant will be Rs.14,650 per month (i.e. Rs.13,150/- plus two advance increments admissible to the candidates) in the scale of INR 13,150-750(3)-15400-900(4)-19000-1200(6)-26200-1300(2)-28800-1480(3)-33240-1750-34990(20 years). Also, if HRA is taken into consideration, the total in-hand RBI Assistant salary becomes Rs 36091/- per month.
The different kind of allowances provided to an RBI Assistant are,Dearness allowance, House rental allowance, Transport Allowance, City-Compensatory allowance, etc.
The job profile of an RBI Assistant includes:
• Performing data entry work, uploading/maintaining records, and tracking the records in the database as per the requirement of Bank.
• Needs to resolve/respond to various queries of customers via mail.
• To ensure proper dissemination of cash across the country.
• The RBI Assistant is responsible for taking up the Government treasury and ensuring financial stability.
• To ensure currency issuance and proper circulation.
The applicant must have passed 10th level (S.S.C./Matriculation) from the concerned State/UT which comes under the Regional Jurisdiction of the Recruiting Office under which he/she is applying. The qualification must be from a recognized board of that State/UT.
In addition to the above, the candidate should be a domicile of the State/UT coming under the Regional Jurisdiction of the Recruitment Office to which he/she is applying for.
The Applicant’s age must lie between 20 and 28 years. That means candidates must not have been born earlier than 02/02/1994 and not later than 01/02/2002 (both days inclusive). Only these candidates would be deemed eligible to apply for the post of Office Attendants in Reserve Bank of India.