RBI Bank Recruitment 2020: Apply Online for 926 Assistant Posts before 24th January 2020!! Reserve Bank of India has just released its notification through which it is inviting interested candidates to fill up 926 vacancies across India. These vacancies are for the post of Assistant. Eligible candidates can start applying for the same from 23rd December 2019. The last date to apply for RBI Recruitment is
16th January 2020 24th January 2020.
www.rbi.org.in Recruitment 2020 for Assistant
Candidates interested in RBI jobs can make good use of this opportunity. Eligibility details are given below. Once candidates ensure that they are eligible, they can go ahead and read all the other details regarding RBI Recruitment 2020. A link to the official website is also given for candidates to know more about Reserve Bank of India. RBI Recruitment Apply Online link is given below for easy application by the candidates. Apply now for bank jobs in India. For more central government jobs, click here.
RBI Recruitment 2020 Notification for 926 Vacancies
|Name of the Bank||Reserve Bank of India (RBI)|
|Name of the Post||Assistant|
|No of Vacancies||926|
|Application Starting Date||23rd December 2019|
|Last Date to fill the Application|
|Application Mode||Apply Online|
|Job Category||Bank Jobs|
|Job Location||All Over India|
RBI Bank Recruitment 2020 – RBI Assistant Job Vacancy 2019 Details
|Name of the Office||SC||ST||OBC||Gen||EWS||Vacancies|
|Kanpur & Lucknow||11||0||14||32||6||63|
|Thiruvananthapuram & Kochi||2||0||5||11||2||20|
Eligibility Criteria for Reserve Bank of India RBI Recruitment 2020
Eligibility Criteria for RBI Recruitment Vacancies 2020 is as follows,
Educational Qualification required for RBI Recruitment 2020
- Passed Bachelors Degree
Age Limit for RBI Assistant Jobs 2020
Age Limit for RBI Recruitment 2020 for
- Minimum Age – 20 Years
- Maximum Age – 28 Years
Age relaxation will be as per rules
Selection Process for RBI Vacancy 2020
- Online Preliminary Exam
- Online Main Exam
- Language Proficiency Test (LPT)
RBI Recruitment 2020 Assistant Salary
- Rs. 14, 650/- starting salary
RBI Online Application Fee Details
Applicants need to pay the application fee through Online mode Only.
- General/OBC Candidates – Rs.450/-
- SC/ST/PWD Candidates & Ex-Servicemen – Rs.50/-
RBI Recruitment 2020 – Important Documents Required
Candidate should have below provided documents.
- Valid email ID (Kept Active till the end of RBI Recruitment 2020)
- 10th & 12rh Marks Card
- Address Proof
- Signature Copy (Scanned Copy)
RBI Official Notification PDF – Download Here
Reserve Bank of India RBI Recruitment 2020 Apply Online Steps
Before applying online, candidates should scan their photograph and signature ensuring that both the photograph and signature with required specifications as given in the Official Notification PDF.
- Firstly, Visit RBI website www.rbi.org.in
- Now, On Home Page, click on the option “Recruitment for the post of Assistant)” to open the On-Line Application Form.
- Then, click on the “Click here for New Registration” link to register their application by entering their basic information in the RBI Online application form.
- Enter all the details asked in the RBI Online Application Form.
- After that, the provisional registration number and password will be generated by the system and displayed on the screen.
- The candidate should note down the Provisional registration number and password.
- An email & SMS indicating the Provisional Registration number and Password will also be sent.
- Candidates can reopen the saved data using the Provisional registration number and password and edit the particulars if needed.
- Now, applicants are required to upload their photograph and signature.
- Make sure you fill all the details carefully.
- After your fill, cross-check and press ‘ FINAL SUBMIT’
NOTE: No change is permitted after you click on FINAL SUBMIT Button.
Important Dates for Assistant Jobs in RBI Recruitment 2020
|Notification Release Date||23rd December 2019|
|Application Starting Date||23rd December 2019|
|Application Last Date|
|Last Date For Payment of Examination Fee (Online)|
|Schedule of Online Preliminary Test (Tentative)||14th February 2020 & 15th February 2020|
|Schedule of Online Main Test (Tentative)||March 2020|
RBI Jobs 2020 for – Important Links
|Notification Pdf||Download Here|
|Application Form||Click Here|
|Official Website||Click Here|
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About Reserve Bank of India (RBI)
The Reserve Bank of India was established on April 1, 1935, under the provisions of the Reserve Bank of India Act of 1934. The central office of the reserve bank was established in Calcutta but was definitively transferred to Mumbai in 1937. The central office is the seat of the governor and politicians. Although it is privately owned since the nationalization in 1949, the Reserve Bank is wholly owned by the Government of India. The Reserve Bank of India performs this function under the direction of the Board for Financial Supervision (BFS). The Board of Directors was formed in November 1994 as a committee of the Central Board of the Reserve Bank of India.
The specific characteristics of the Indian economy, including its socioeconomic characteristics, force the Reserve Bank to operate with multiple objectives. The regulation, supervision and development of the financial system remain within the legitimate framework of monetary policy widely interpreted in India. The role of communication policy is, therefore, to articulate the hierarchy of objectives in a given context in a transparent manner, emphasizing a consultative approach, as well as the autonomy of political operations and harmony with other elements of macroeconomic policies.
Objectives of RBI:
The Reserve Bank of India Law of 1934 establishes the objectives of the Reserve Bank:
“Regulate the issuance of banknotes and the preservation of reserves to guarantee monetary stability in India and, in general, exploiting the country’s monetary and credit system to its benefit, having a modern monetary policy framework to face the challenge of an increasingly complex economy, to maintain price stability considering the growth objective. ” The formulation, framework and institutional architecture of monetary policy in India have evolved around these objectives: maintaining price stability, ensuring an adequate flow of credit to support growth dynamics and guarantee financial stability. The responsibility to ensure financial stability has involved the acquisition of extended powers and operational objectives of the Reserve Bank for the regulation and supervision of the financial system and its components, the money, debt and equity segments.
Exchange of financial markets and settlement system. The Reserve Bank has worked to build a solid, efficient and diversified financial system to anchor financial stability and facilitate the effective transmission of monetary policy. Besides, the Reserve Bank pursues operational objectives as part of its main function of issuing banknotes and currency management, as well as representation functions, such as the management of bank accounts (government/centre) and the management of public debt; Banker of the banking system, including the regulation of bank reserves and the lender of last resort.