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RBI Grade B Mains Result 2018 Out – Check Phase 2 Result

Check your RBI Grade B Result for Phase 2 is out! Check here Find the direct link to see RBI Grade B Result and List of selected candidates.

RBI Grade B Result 2018 – Phase 2

RBI has released the RBI Grade B Results for second phase. The Exam was conducted on 15th September 2018. All those who were waiting for the results can check your result from the official website. The RBI Grade B Exam aims to fill 166 posts for the position of Grade B officer in its various branches all across the country. As Reserve Bank of India offers an excellent pay scale and reputed job profile, it lures thousands of candidates every year to take this examination.

RBI has just released the Phase-II results of RBI Grade B 2018 recruitment process. The result displays the Roll Numbers of Finally Selected Candidates for Appointment in the Bank. Read along to find the full details.

How to check RBI Grade B Result 2018:

Direct Link to Check RBI Grade B Phase-II Result 2018

  • Log in to the official website of RBI.
  • Click on the ‘Current Vacancies’ and then ‘Result’ tab from the top menu
  • Select RBI Grade B exam
  • Click on the Result link to view the list of shortlisted candidates.
  • You can download the result PDF for future reference.

Congratulations to all the selected Candidates!

What After RBI Grade B Second Phase Result 2018?

Those who qualified  Phase – II exam, will get a chance to sit for the interview process. The interview process is likely to carry from last week of October 2018 to till January 2019 end. Accordingly, the interview call letters shall be received by candidates in their registered mail ids.

RBI Grade B Cut off

The cut off for RBI Grade B exam will be released after the declaration of results. You might be wondering how to calculate the cut off well in advance then? In this case, previous years’ cut off is useful as you can go through them to get an estimate of the RBI Grade B cut off for the present year. You can get the past years’ cut off from the link given below.

We have mentioned all the eminent information of RBI Grade B Result 2018. We are sure that you are working hard to clear the RBI Grade B Examination, and hence, we are confident that your efforts will be rewarded. Just keep going!

Congratulations to qualifiers again and those who couldn’t should not loose hope and get yourself prepared for all other upcoming bank exams.

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Highlights of RBI Bi Monthly Monetary Policy

RBI Bi Monthly Monetary Policy 2018-19 – Check the Highlights of Fourth RBI Bi Monthly Monetary Policy

RBI Bi Monthly Monetary Policy

Reserve Bank has recently launched its fourth Bi-Monthly Monetary Policy Rates for the year 2018-19 on 5th October 2018 in Mumbai. The Reserve Bank of India’s monetary policy committee (MPC) has decided not to increase the repo rate this time. Although RBI has not increased the lending rates for public, any bank can change their policy. Read this article to know more about Fourth RBI BI MOnthly Monetary Policy.

Current Policy Rates and Reserve Ratios – RBI Bi-Monthly Monetary Policy

 Policy Rate
 Policy Repo Rate  6.50%
 Reverse Repo Rate  6.25%
 Marginal Standing Facility Rate  6.75%
Bank Rate  6.75%
CRR  4%
SLR  19.5%

Important Highlights of RBI Bi Monthly Policy 2018-19

  • RBI has not raised the key repo rate from 6.50%.
  • Although RBI has kept rates unchanged, now it is up to the banks on whether they will keep interest rates where they are or raise them.
  • Many banks have been increasing their interest rates even before the RBI hiked repo rate for the first time in June.
  • The country’s largest lender ‘State Bank of India’ raised its MCLR by 5 basis points.
  • Mortgage lender, HDFC has raised its retail prime lending rate by 10 basis points.
  • If you are planning to take a home loan, you should not wait any longer.
  • The reverse repo rate remained the same at 6.25%.
  • Projects retail inflation to rise from 3.8-4.5 Pc and will effect from October – March.
  • Geopolitical risks, global financial market volatility and the threat of trade protectionism are sure to impact domestic growth.
  • Crude oil prices and uncertain global financial markets development risk to the inflation outlook.

Know About Repo Rate and Reverse Repo Rate

Repo Rate – It is the rate at which RBI lends the money to commercial banks in the event of the scarcity of funds.

Reverse Repo Rate – Vice Versa! The rate at which RBI borrows money from commercial banks.

Bank Rate – It is the rate of interest implemented by RBI while lending money to any public sector bank on a long-term basis. The period may range from 90 days to 1 year.

Cash Reserve Ratio – The fund amount that the banks need to keep with the RBI. The current CRR is 4%

Statutory Liquidity Ratio (SLR) – It is the minimum percentage of deposits the bank has to maintain in the form of gold, cash or other approved securities.

We hope that you have gathered all the necessary information from our article on Fourth RBI Bi Monthly Monetary Policy. In case you have any query, you can comment anytime in the comments box below. We would be more than happy to help you.

Stay tuned for more updates!

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RBI Bi Monthly Monetary Policy

RBI Bi Monthly Monetary Policy

Reserve Bank has recently launched its second Bi-Monthly Monetary Policy Rates for the year 2018-19 on 2nd August 2018 in Mumbai. The Reserve Bank of India’s monetary policy committee (MPC) has decided to increase the repo rate this time. With an unbelievable increase in the key repo rate by 0.25% to 6.50%, the analysts seemed to be quite surprised with the decision taken by the MPC.

Current Policy Rates and Reserve Ratios – RBI Bi-Monthly Monetary Policy

 Policy Rate
 Policy Repo Rate  6.50%
 Reverse Repo Rate  6.25%
 Marginal Standing Facility Rate  6.75%
Bank Rate  6.75%
CRR  4%
SLR  19.5%

Important Highlights of RBI Bi Monthly Policy 2018-19

  • RBI has raised the key repo rate by 25 basis points to 6.50%
  • Concurrently, the reverse repo rate adjusted to 6.25%, whereas the marginal standing facility (MSF) rate and the Bank Rate to 6.75 %
  • Projects retail inflation is noted at 4.8-4.9% for April-September, 4.8% in H2
  • The projection for GDP growth for 2018-19 was maintained at 7.4%. GDP growth is projected in the range of 7.5-7.6% in the first half and 7.3-7.4% in the second half.
  • Geopolitical risks, global financial market volatility and the threat of trade protectionism is surely to impact domestic growth
  • Crude oil prices and uncertain global financial markets development risk to inflation outlook. The prices have been increased by 12 percent

Know About Repo Rate and Reverse Repo Rate

Repo Rate – It is the rate at which RBI lends the money to commercial banks in the event of the scarcity of funds.

Reverse Repo Rate – Vice Versa! The rate at which RBI borrows money from commercial banks.

Bank Rate – It is the rate of interest implemented by RBI while lending money to any public sector bank on a long-term basis. The period may range from 90 days to 1 year.

Cash Reserve Ratio – The fund amount that the banks need to keep with the RBI. The current CRR is 4%

Statutory Liquidity Ratio (SLR) – It is the minimum percentage of deposits the bank has to maintain in the form of gold. cash or other approved securities.

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RBI Grade B Cutoff 2017 – Phase 1 & 2 Cut Off

RBI Grade B Cutoff 2017 – Phase 1 & 2 Cut Off

The official advertisement for recruitment of RBI Grade B Officers was released recently. A total number of 166 vacancies were announced via this notice. The preliminary exam will be held on 16th August 2018. There is around 1 and a half months left to prepare for the exam. We advise you to set your target score well before starting the exam preparation. Going through the cut off scores of previous years will help you set the target. You should always aim to score at least 20 to 30 marks above the cut off score to be on the safer side.

RBI Grade B Cutoff 2017 – Major Highlights

The RBI Grade B recruitment is based on 3 phases i.e. – Phase I, Phase II & Interview. In order to sit for Phase II round, you need to surpass the cutoff marks which will be applied to two stages-

  1. Sectional Cutoff – In phase 1, you need to clear the cut off of every section. If you fail to clear the cutoff marks, you won’t be able to clear the exam.
  2. Overall Cutoff – Overall cutoff mark is equally important. If you fail to clear the overall cutoff – even if you clear the sectional cutoff – you will not be able to clear the exam.

RBI Grade B Cutoff 2017 – Factors affecting cutoff

The factors which affect the cut off are –

  • Number of candidates who are appearing for the exam
  • Difficulty level of the paper
  • Vacancies
  • Previous year cut off marks

RBI Grade B Previous Year Cut Off Marks

RBI Grade B final cutoff 2016 for phase 2.

RBI Grade B Category
Stages of Recruitment Gen OBC SC ST
Aggregate cutoff in paper 1, paper 2 and paper 3 to shortlist for interview 176.75 161.75 155.75 155.75
Aggregate cutoff in written exam and interview 225.50 211.50 204.25 210.25

RBI Grade B Cutoff 2016

Given below is the cutoff of RBI Grade B Officer cutoff 2016 in phase 1.

Sections UR OBC SC ST PWD

(OH/HI/VH)

General Awareness (Max marks- 80) 20 16.00 14.25 14.25 14.25
Reasoning (Max marks- 60) 15 12 10.75 10.75 10.75
English (Max marks- 30) 7.5 6 5.25 5.25 5.25
Quantitative Aptitude (Max marks- 30) 7.5 6 5.25 5.25 5.25

RBI Grade B Cutoff 2015

Given below is the cutoff of RBI Grade B Officer cutoff 2015 for phase 1.

Section UR OBC SC ST PWD

(OH/HI/VH)

General Awareness (Max marks- 80) 20 16.00 14.25 14.25 14.25
Reasoning (Max marks- 60) 15 12 10.75 10.75 10.75
English (Max marks- 30) 7.5 6 5.25 5.25 5.25
Quantitative Aptitude (Max marks- 30) 7.5 6 5.25 5.25 5.25

Let us take a look at the RBI Grade B phase 2 cut off.

Phase II paper

Marks

General

OBC

SC

ST

Paper – I, II and III

300

197

182

176

176

Now, let us see the RBI Grade B phase 3 cut off.

Phase III Section

Maximum Marks

General

OBC

SC

ST

Written Phase II only and Interview

350

244

234.50

238.25

216.25

RBI Grade B Cut Off 2017

Let us take a look at the RBI Grade B Cut Off 2017 for phase 1.

Section/ Category

General Awareness
(Max. Marks: 80)

Reasoning Ability
(Max. Marks: 60)

English Language
(Max. Marks: 30)

Quantitative Aptitude
(Max. Marks: 30)

Total Score
(Max. Marks: 200)

UR

16.50

11.00

6.75

4.00

78.00

OBC

12.50

8.00

5.25

2.50

68.00

SC

11.00

6.75

4.75

2.00

64.00

ST

11.00

6.75

4.75

2.00

64.00

PWD (OH/ HI/ VH)

11.00

6.75

4.75

2.00

64.00

Now, let us see the phase 2 RBI Grade B cut off 2017.

Recruitment Process General OBC SC ST
Aggregate Cut off marks in Paper I, II, and III for shortlisting the candidates for Interview 196.75 181.75 175.75 175.75
Aggregate Cut off marks in written examination (Paper-I, II & III) and Interview taken together 245.75 228.00 220.50 211.25

RBI Grade B Expected Cutoff 2018

Given below is the expected cutoff of RBI Officer Grade B 2018 phase 1.

Section UR OBC SC ST PWD

(OH/HI/VH)

General Awareness (Max marks- 80) 23-25 18-20 16-18 16-18 16-18
Reasoning (Max marks- 60) 16-18 13-15 12-14 10.75 10.75
English (Max marks- 30) 9-12 8-10 6-8 6-8 6-8
Quantitative Aptitude (Max marks- 30) 8-10 7-9 6-8 6-8 6-8

Note – The predictions for RBI Grade B officer 2018 expected cutoff is based on the RBI Grade B previous year cut- off. The cutoff marks may vary as per the difficulty level of the paper and number of candidates appearing for the RBI Grade B exam.

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RBI Grade B Recruitment 2018

RBI Grade B Recruitment 2018

Reserve Bank of India has announced for the recruitment of 166 Grade B posts today i.e. on 3rd July 2018.  The application would be accepted in online mode only. The online registration has started from 3rd July 2018. The last date to apply for Grade B Officer is 23rd July 2018. The Phase I exam will take place on 16th August 2018. This is a good opportunity to work for the central banking institute. So, go ahead and start applying now.

Vacancies for RBI Grade B Recruitment 2018

Post Vacancy
RBI Grade B for General 127
DEPR RBI Grade B 22
RBI Grade B for DSIM 17
Total 166

Important Dates for RBI Grade B Recruitment 2018

Event Date
Online Application starts 3rd July 2018
Last date to apply 23rd July 2018
RBI Grade B Phase I Exam 16th August 2018
RBI Grade B Phase II Exam 7th September 2018

Eligibility Criteria for RBI Grade B Officer Exam 2018

Age Limit as on 1st July 2018

  • Minimum – 21 years
  • Maximum – 30 years

Educational Qualification

  • General – You must have secured minimum 60% marks in aggregate in Bachelor’s degree, 12th Standard exam, and 10th Standard exam from a recognized institute.
  • DEPR – You must have a Master’s degree in Economics / Econometrics / Quantitative Economics / Mathematical Economics / Integrated Economics / Finance with minimum 55% marks from a recognized University.
  • DSIM – You must have a Master’s degree in Statistics / Mathematical Statistics / Mathematical Economics / Econometrics / Statistics & Informatics / Applied Statistics & Informatics or Mathematics and one year post graduate diploma in Statistics or M. Stat degree in Indian Statistical Institute or Post Graduate Diploma in Business Analytics with minimum 55 marks in aggregate from a reputed institute like IIT.

Number of Attempts

You can attempt the exam maximum 6 times. However, there is no limit for SC, ST, PwD, and OBC category.

RBI Grade B Selection Process

The Grade B selection Process consist of 3 phases:

  • Phase I – Objective type Questionnaire for 200 marks.
  • Phase II – Descriptive Test for 300 marks.
  • Interview – Comprises of 50 marks.

How to Apply for RBI Grade B Exam 2018

Direct Link to Apply

  1. First of all, visit the official website.
  2. Then, go to Opportunities section.
  3. After that, go to Current Vacancies and find the application form along with Official Advertisement for the RBI Officer Grade B Exam 2018.
  4. Next, register yourself.
  5. Then, enter your personal, academic, and experience details.
  6. After that, upload the scanned copies of your photograph, signature, and other relevant documents.
  7. Finally, submit the application form.

Application Fee for RBI Grade B Recruitment 2018

  • General and OBC – Rs. 850/-
  • SC, ST, and PwD – Rs. 100/-
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RBI Grade B Recruitment 2018

RBI Grade B Recruitment 2018

RBI has released notification for the recruitment of 166 Grade B posts. RBI has released an advertisement in a Hindi Newspaper giving partial details of the RBI Grade B Recruitment. According to the Hindi Newspaper cutting – The applications would be accepted in online mode only and would begin from 3rd July 2018 and go on till 23rd July 2018. All details like the release of Official notification, vacancies, Selection process, online application form, all other instructions as well as DEPR/DSIM will be available on the official website of RBI from 3rd July 2018.

RBI Vacancies 2018:

No Post Vacancies
1 RBI Grade B for General 127
2 RBI Grade B for DEPR 22
3 RBI Grade B for DSIM 17
4 Total  166

RBI Important Dates:

Important Event Dates
Online Application Dates 3rd July to 23rd July 2018
RBI Grade B Phase I Exam 16th August 2018
RBI Grade B Phase-II Exam 7th September 2018

RBI Grade B Selection Process:

Candidates must write both exams consisting of objective and descriptive type questionnaire for a total of 550 marks.

The Grade B selection takes place in three phases:

  • Phase I- Objective type Questionnaire for 200 marks
  • Phase 2: Descriptive Test for 300 marks
  • Phase 3: Personal Interview for 50 marks

RBI Grade B Exam Pattern 2018:

Phase I of Online Examination

Phase I of the Exam will be conducted online. The Exam duration is 2 hours. Negative marking is 0.25 for each wrong answer.

RBI Grade B Exam Pattern for Phase I
Subjects No. of Questions Maxi.
Marks
Duration
General Awareness 80 80 2 Hrs
English Language 30 30
Quantitative Aptitude 30 30
Reasoning 60 60
Total 200 200
Phase-II online Examination:

The Phase-II online Examination will be conducted on July 7, 2017, only for the candidates who are shortlisted on the basis of results of Phase I. The Phase-II examination will be in shifts and candidates have to appear for all shifts. Phase–II online examination will consist of three papers as under:

Name of Paper Type of Paper Time (Minutes) Marks
Paper-I:
Economic and Social Issues
Objective Type 90 mins 100
Paper II:
English (Writing Skills)
Descriptive, to be typed with the help of the keyboard 90 mins 100
Paper-III:
Finance and Management
Objective type 90 mins 100

Interview: Candidates who qualify in Phase 2 of the online exam will be eligible for interview round. The interview is allotted with 50 marks.

How to Apply for RBI Officer Grade B 2018

The application link will be available from 3rd July 2018 to 23rd July 2018

  1. Visit RBI official website https://www.rbi.org.in/
  2. Go to Opportunities section https://opportunities.rbi.org.in/
  3. Go to Current Vacancies and Find the application form along with Official Advertisement for the RBI Officer Grade B Exam 2018
  4. Register yourself
  5. Enter personal, academic and experience details
  6. Upload photograph, signature, and all documents
  7. Submit the application form
  8. Take Print out of application form
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Why choose RBI Grade B Officer as a Career ?

Why choose RBI Grade B Officer as a Career ?

Dear Aspirants,

Why choose RBI Grade B Officer as a Career ?

Well, Choosing a career can be a tricky task at times. With RBI recruiting as a Grade B Officer, aspirants have a great opportunity of joining RBI. In India, competition for any government competitive exam is sky-high and if you wanna join RBI as an officer, you need be an efficient student. You need to plan your study and devote time in preparing for RBI Grade B officer Examination. Well, One need to think about the reason He/She is making any particular career choice and if you have chosen RBI Grade B as your career, Here we bring for you the reasons to join RBI Grade B as an officer;

Things to understand about being a RBI Grade B officer

Salary of RBI Grade B officers:

Recruited RBI Grade B officers will earn a salary of 13 lakhs per annum. The basic pay of Rs. 21,000/-  Per month will be paid . RBI Grade B officers initially earn a monthly salary of Rs. 47,855/- per month. This will have a steady raise after every other promotion.

Training:

The Training program is conducted in two modules and it goes on for around 15 weeks covering both Foundational and Functional modules. Selected candidates will be trained in Reserve Bank Staff College, Chennai. After the training gets over, Officers will be posted to various offices across the country.In every batch, around 75 percent of Officers will be posted in Mumbai. Other officers will be posted in various regional offices across the nation, mostly being in State capitals.

Probation :

New officers shall be on probation for a period which shall not be less than one year and more than two years as may be fixed by the Governor at the time of his/her appointment.

Work culture:

To be a RBI Grade B officer, High level of efficiency and competency will be required to work for RBI. You need to work hard if you want to be a Grade B officer. RBI Grade B officer will mostly be working in cities. Work load Varies with varying departments.

Transfer policy:

After completing 3 years at one centre, Any officer can apply for transfer indicating 5 centres of his/her choice ( One can choose a maximum of 3 centres from the same zone ). An officer may spend more than 10 years in Mumbai because of the presence of Central Office. Deferment of Transfer can be requested in below mentioned cases;

Education of Wards:

  • If an Officer’s child is studying in 10th or 12th, then an extension for one year can be granted to the officer.Or
  • If an officer is in the final year of completing any course then he/she may be granted an extension of one year.

Privilege Deferment:

  • An officer may be allowed a deferment of 2 years in his/her entire career as a privilege of  working for RBI.

Extreme Hardship:

  • Bank may defer transferring up to 2 years in case of extreme hardship faced by an officer.
  • In an entire career of an officer, He/She can not use more than one deferment.
  • Only Sport Persons playing at National or International level are exempted from transfers.
  • If you want to join RBI as an officer, you need to follow the hardship because you will be transferred a minimum of 6 times in your entire career of 30-35 years.

Promotions:

Those who want to take better and higher responsibilities, can take departmental examination after 5 years to get promoted to Grade C officers post. One can gradually progress as per the below hierarchy:

Hierarchy of RBI Officers:

  • Assistant Manager
  • Manager
  • Assistant General Manager
  • Deputy General Manager
  • General Manager
  • Chief General Manager
  • Principal Chief General Manager
  • Executive Director
  • Deputy Governor

All the best!

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Last Date Reminder for BOB SO and RBI Recruitment 2017

Bank of Baroda Specialist Officer and RBI Grade B Researcher Recruitment 2017 Last day to apply – Check Last Date Reminder for BOB SO and RBI Recruitment 2017

Last Date Reminder for BOB SO and RBI Recruitment 2017

Today is the last date to apply for 4 major recruitment drives! Make sure that you don’t miss this chance to get placed in a reputed job. Bank of Baroda is soon going to hold an exam to fill 427 vacancies for Specialist Officers. Similarly, Manipur PSC is recruiting  Medical Officer and Dental Surgeon to fill 311 vacancies & ISRO is recruiting technicians to fill up 68 vacancies. At the same time, RBI is recruiting Officers in Grade ‘B’ for Research Positions to fill up 6 vacancies. Use this Last Date Reminder & the ‘Direct Link to apply’ in this article to apply Online, before the day ends!

Well, if you are wondering how to apply for these important exams, then we do have a solution for you all. Given below are direct links to apply for the exams mentioned along with the steps to apply for the all the exams.

BOB SO Recruitment –Last Date Reminder for BOB SO and RBI Recruitment 2017

BOB SO- Direct Link to Apply

Steps to Apply for BOB SO Recruitment

  1. Click on the direct link given above to apply for Bank of Baroda Recruitment for Specialist Officers.
  2. First, Register yourself.
  3. Fill up the Registration Form carefully.
  4. You will then receive a Login Id & Password.
  5. Save the Login ID & Password for future reference.
  6. Log In with the Id & Password you received.
  7. Fill up the application form carefully.
  8. Proceed with the Payment of Fees
  9. Submit the Application form.
  10. Alternatively, you can visit the Bank of Baroda Official Website.
  11. Click on Careers at the end of the page.
  12. Further Click on Current Opportunities.
  13. You will find the link to the Recruitment Advertisement & Direct Link to apply.
  14. Follow Steps 2-9 carefully.

Application Fee for BOB SO

  • SC/ST/PwD candidates – Rs. 100/-

  • General candidates/OBC/Ex-Servicemen – Rs. 600/-

Last Date Reminder – How to Apply for RBI Recruitment 2017

Direct Link to Apply for RBI Grade B ResearcherRecruitment 2017

Steps to Apply for RBI Grade B researcher 

  1. Click on the direct link to apply for RBI Recruitment of Grade B Research Post.
  2. First, Click on New Registration.
  3. Then you can fill up your Registration Form carefully.
  4. You will now receive a Login Id and Password.
  5. Save the Login Id for future reference.
  6. Now you can click on the fill the application form.
  7. Proceed with Payment of Fees.
  8. Finally, Submit your Application Form.
  9. You can also follow the same procedure after going through RBI Official Website.
  10. Scroll below & click on Opportunities@RBI.
  11. Click on Current Vacancies & you will find the recruitment notifications for the same.
  12. Now follow the steps given above.

 Last Date Reminder for BOB SO and RBI Recruitment 2017 – Application Fee for RBI

Application Fee

  • General/OBC – Rs. 600/-
  • SC/ST – Rs. 100/-

Stay tuned for more updates on Last Date Reminder for BOB SO and RBI Recruitment 2017.

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RBI Office Attendant Recruitment 2017

Apply for 526 Vacancies for RBI Office Attendant Recruitment 2017

RBI Office Attendant Recruitment 2017

RBI or the Reserve Bank Of India has invited application for the post of Office Attendant throughout its offices in India. There are a total of 526 vacancies for the post of Office Attendant.

Important Dates RBI Office Attendant Recruitment 2017:

Website Link Open

17.11.2017 to 07.12.2017

Online Payment of Test Fees

17.11.2017 to 07.12.2017

Schedule of Online Test (Tentative)

In the month of December 2017/January 2018.


 

Number of Vacancies for RBI Office Attendant 2017:

Office

Vacancies

PWD #

EXS #

SC

ST

OBC

GEN

TOTAL

VI

HI

OH

EX-1

EX-2

Ahmedabad

0

6

6

27

39

1

0

0

2

8

Bengaluru

0

7

19

32

58

1

0

1

3

12

Bhopal

0

10

3

32

45

1

1

0

2

9

Chandigarh & Shimla

0

0

14

33

47

0

1

1

2

9

Chennai

0

0

5

5

10

1

0

0

0

2

Guwahati

0

3

2

5

10

0

0

0

0

2

Hyderabad

4

2

7

14

27

0

0

1

1

5

Jammu

0

0

9

10

19

0

0

1

1

4

Lucknow

0

0

6

7

13

1

0

0

1

3

Kolkata

3

0

2

5

10

0

1

0

0

2

Mumbai, Navi Mumbai and Panaji&

0

23

0

142

165

2

2

3

7

33

Nagpur

0

2

2

5

9

0

0

0

0

2

New Delhi

0

0

13

14

27

0

1

1

1

5

Thiruvananthapuram

0

0

12

35

47

1

0

0

2

9

Total

7

53

100

366

526

8

6

8

22

105

Eligibility Criteria:

Age : As on 1 Nov 2017, Candidate must be between 18 and 25 years. Candidates must have been born not earlier than 02/11/1992 and not later than 01/11/1999 (both days including) are only eligible to apply.


 

Educational Qualification:

  • The candidate should have cleared 10th Standard (S.S.C./ Matriculation) from their respective State or UT, under the regional jurisdiction of the regional office from which they are applying. 

  • The candidate should have the domicile of the state or the union territory from which they are applying. 

  • As on 1st November 2017, the candidate should be an undergraduate. Candidates possessing higher qualification need not apply.

Selection Process: Selection process consists of Online examination and Language Proficiency Test.

Examination Paper Pattern for Online Test:

Examination will consist of a Single Online test and Language Proficiency Test.

Online Test:

Sr. No.

Name of Tests (Objective)

No. of Questions

Maximum Marks

Composite Time

1

Reasoning

30

30

90 minutes

2

General English

30

30

3

General Awareness

30

30

4

Numerical ability

30

30

Total

120

120

Online test except the test of General English will be in bilingual, i.e. English and Hindi. ii. There will be negative marking for wrong answer in the Online Test. 1/4th mark will be deducted for each wrong answer.

Language Proficiency Test: The candidates provisionally selected from the On-line Test will have to undergo a language proficiency test (LPT). LPT will be conducted in the Official or Local Language of the State concerned. Candidate not proficient in the Official/Local Language would be disqualified.

Language proficiency Test

The Office wise local languages are as follows:

  • Ahmedabad – Gujarati

  • Bangalore – Kannada

  • Bhopal – Hindi

  • Chandigarh – Punjabi / Hindi

  • Chennai – Tamil

  • Guwahati – Assamese / Bengali / Khasi / Manipuri / Bodo / Mizo

  • Hyderabad – Telugu

  • Jammu – Urdu / Hindi

  • Lucknow – Hindi

  • Kolkata – Bengali

  • Mumbai – Marathi / Konkani

  • Nagpur – Marathi / Hindi

  • New Delhi – Hindi

  • Thiruvananthapuram – Malayalam

Pay Scale for RBI Office Attendent Recruitment 2017: Selected Candidates will draw a starting basic pay of ₹10940/- per month in the scale of 10940 - 380 (4) 12460 - 440 (3) – 13780 – 520 (3) – 15340 - 690 (2) -16720 – 860 (4) – 20160 – 1180 (3) - 23700 (20 years) and other allowances, Candidates will also be eligible for other allownaces like Special Compensatory Allowance, City Compensatory Allowance, Family Allowance, House Rent Allowance, Dearness Allowance, Grade Allowance, etc. as admissible from time to time. At present, initial monthly Gross emoluments for Office Attendants is approximately ₹ 22,339/-


 

Application Dates: Candidates can apply online only from November 17, 2017 to December 07, 2017 and no other mode of application will be accepted.

Application Fees RBI Office Attendant Recruitment 2017:

Category

Fees

Gen/UR/OBC

Rs. 450/-

SC/ST/PWD/EXS

Rs. 50/


 

CLICK HERE TO APPLY FOR RBI OFFICE ATTENDENT RECRUITMENT 2017

How to apply for RBI Office Attendant Recruitment 2017?

  1. Click here to apply for RBI Office Attendant Recruitment 2017 – Click Here

  2. Register yourself by entering all personal details

  3. Upload Photograph and Signature

  4. Proceed to payment of Fees


 

Rules for Uploading Photograph: Upload the photograph and signature in the required dimensions. 
(a) Photograph: Dimensions 200 x 230 pixels (resolution) & Size of file should be between 20kb–50 kb
(b) Signature: Dimensions 140 x 60 pixels (resolution) & Size of file should be between 10kb – 20kb

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RBI Grade B Final Result 2017 Out

RBI Grade B Final Result 2017 Out – Download Final Results for RBI Grade B 2017

RBI Grade B Final Result 2017 Out: Download Results Now

RBI Grade B is one of the most prestigious posts in the Indian banking scene. RBI Grade B officer examination is sought after by lakhs of candidates every year. The exam is conducted by RBI to recruit them as Grade B officer directly instead of joining as Grade A officer. RBI has declared final result for RBI Grade B. RBI has released list of candidates selected for Grade B DR (Gen,), (DPER) and DSIM. The final results are declared after conducting personal interview of all candidates who have cleared Phase II Examination. This also brings an end to the recruitment process of RBI grade B 2017. Scroll down towards the end of the article to download RBI Grade B Final Result 2017.

Organization RBI
Vacancies 161
Date of Phase I exam June 17th 2017
Date of Phase II exam July 7th 2017
Number of attempts allowed 6
Official website www.rbi.org.in
RBI Grade B Result Will be declared soon

Vacancies for RBI grade B:

Number of Vacancies: 161

Post

Vacancies

Grade B Officer General

145

RBI Grade B Officer Economic and Planning Dept

12

RBI Grade B Statistical and Information Dept

4

Selection Process for RBI grade B: :

The Grade B selection takes place in three phases

Phase I– Objective type Questionnaire

Phase 2: Descriptive Test

Phase 3: Personal Interview

Cutoff for Phase I Examination:

Test wise and aggregate cut – off marks in Phase-I examination held on June 17, 2017,

Category  General Awareness Reasoning  English Quantitative Aptitude Total
Maximum Marks 80 60 30 30 200
GENERAL/UR  16.50  11.00  6.75  4.00  78.00 
OBC  12.50  8.00  5.25  2.50  68.00 
SC  11.00  6.75  4.75  2.00  64.00 
ST  11.00  6.75  4.75  2.00  64.00 
PWD 11.00 6.75 4.75 2.00 64.00

RBI Grade B Final Results Download:

Click on the links below to know the list of candidates selected for RBII Officer Grade B Final Selection

Roll Numbers of Candidates recommended for selection to the post of Officers in Grade B (DR) (GENERAL) PY-2017

Roll Numbers of Candidates recommended for selection to the post of Officers in Grade B (DR) (DEPR) PY-2017

Roll Numbers of Candidates recommended for selection to the post of Officers in Grade B (DR) (DSIM) PY-2017

How to Download RBI Grade B Final Result 2017?

  1. Click on the above links
  2. Download the results
  3. Press Ctrl+F and search for your roll number
  4. If your roll number is there, you are selected
  5. If your roll number is not there, you are not selected.

This is the final result for RBI Grade B DR Result 2017. Candidates who have been selected for the RBI Grade B will come to know about it here.

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