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Reserve Bank of India Assistant 2023 ( RBI Assistant )

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Updated on Jul 11, 2024 17:37 IST

RBI Assistant Exam Pattern 2024: Reserve Bank of India (RBI) prescribes RBI Assistant exam pattern so that candidates can understand the overall structure of the exam. RBI Assistant 2024 recruitment process will be carried out as per the exam pattern. RBI Assistant exam pattern is divided into prelims exam, mains exam and Language Proficiency Test. The prelims exam of RBI Assistant carries questions from English, Numerical Ability and Reasoning Ability. A total of 100 marks are allotted for prelims exam. The prelims exam is qualifying in nature.

The mains exam of RBI Assistant carries questions from Test of Reasoning, Test of English Language, Test of Numerical Ability, Test of General Awareness and Test of Computer Knowledge. The total mark allotted to this paper is 200. The marks scored by candidates in the mains exam are counted for the final merit list. There are also negative markings for wrong answers in both prelims and mains exams. Besides the exam pattern, candidates must be thorough with the RBI Assistant syllabus. Read below for more details on RBI Assistant exam pattern. 

Q:   How many times is RBI Assistant exam conducted?

A:

RBI Assistant exam is conducted every year by the Reserve Bank of India. RBI Assistant exam is conducted to select candidates for the post of Assistants in RBI. The age of candidates applying for the exam should be between 20 and 28 years. Relaxation in the upper age limit is given to candidates belonging to the reserved categories. Any graduate candidates with 50 per cent can apply for RBI Assistant exam. Candidates should be proficient in the local language of the state they are applying. The selection process of RBI Assistant comprises prelims exam, Mains exam and local language test.

 

Q:   How many questions are asked in the RBI Assistant exam?

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In the prelims exam of RBI Assistant a total of 100 questions are asked while there will be a total of 200 questions in the Mains exam. All the questions asked in the prelims and Mains exams are objective-type multiple-choice questions. The language of the question paper will be in English and Hindi. Questions in the prelims exam are asked from English Language, Numerical Ability and Reasoning Ability. Questions in the Mains exam are asked from Test of Reasoning, Test of English Language, Test of Numerical Ability, Test of General Awareness and Test of Computer Knowledge. The level of questions asked in the exam is of graduation level. To ace the exam, candidates should practice previous years' questions, mock tests, etc.
 

Q:   What is your strategy for the RBI Assistant exam preparation?

A:

The tips and tricks to crack RBI Assistant 2024 exam are given below: Prelims Check previous year papers Complete whole syllabus Clear basics for the Quant section To score good marks in the Reasoning section, practice different types of questions Read newspapers to ace the English section. Be thorough with the vocabs and grammar rules Aim for 100% attempt in the exam Mains Candidates must make atleast two subjects strong so that they can get maximum marks in these subjects Solve previous year papers of RBI Assistant Mains Candidates must practice as much questions as they can from different topics Revise as much as you can before exam. Revision is the important part of preparation. Revision helps in remembering the topics learned in the exam Candidates must attempt mock test to know the types of questions asked in the exam. Moreover, solving mock tests help candidates to learn effective time management skills

 

Highlights of RBI Assistant Exam Pattern 2024

Candidates can check below the highlights of RBI Assistant exam.

Parameters Details

Stages of exam

Preliminary, mains and LPT

Mode of exam

Online

Type of questions

Objective type multiple choice questions

Number or options

Four

Duration of the test

Preliminary exam: 60 minutes

Mains exam: 135 minutes

Language of question papers

English and Hindi

Negative marking

1/4

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Q:   What is RBI Assistant exam pattern?

A:
RBI Assistant exam pattern for prelims is divided into three sections: English Language, Numerical Ability and Reasoning Ability. The total marks allotted to the test are 100. The Mains exam carries sections on Test of Reasoning, Test of English Language, Test of Numerical Ability, Test of General Awareness and Test of Computer Knowledge. The total marks allotted to the test are 200. RBI Assistant exam is conducted online. The duration of the prelims exam is 60 minutes. Candidates will get 20 minutes to solve the questions. The duration of the mains exam is 135 minutes. The duration of the test of Reasoning is 30 minutes, Test of English Language is 30 minutes, Test of Numerical Ability is 30 minutes, Test of General Awareness is 25 minutes and Test of Computer Knowledge is 20 minutes.
 

Q:   Is the RBI exam taken online or offline?

A:

RBI Assistant exam is conducted in CBT online mode by the Reserve Bank of India. The candidates must prepare for the exam in the CBT mode. The tips for preparing the RBI exam has been given below for the candidates: a) Go through the syllabus and exam pattern of RBI exam b) Make a timetable to cover all the sections in the syllabus c) Solve previous years question papers d) Take mock tests in exam condition to get habitual of the exam condition. RBI Assistant exam pattern for prelims is divided into three sections- English Language, Numerical Ability and Reasoning Ability. The test paper carries a total of 100 questions. The total marks allotted to the prelims exam are 100. Candidates need to answer 100 questions within 60 minutes. RBI Assistant mains exam comprises five sections-Test of Reasoning, Test of English Language, Test of Numerical Ability, Test of General Awareness and Test of Computer Knowledge. There are a total of 200 questions and the total marks of the test are 200. Candidates need to complete the paper within 135 minutes.

 

RBI Assistant Exam Pattern 2024

RBI Assistant exam pattern for prelims and mains is given below.

RBI Assistant Prelims Exam Pattern 2024

RBI Assistant exam pattern for preliminary exam is divided into three sections: English Language, Numerical Ability and Reasoning Ability. The question paper of the preliminary exam contains a total of 100 questions. The maximum mark allotted to the test is 100. The total duration of the preliminary exam is 60 minutes. The structure of RBI Assistant prelims exam is given below.

RBI Assistant Paper Pattern
Name of Tests (Objective) No of Questions Maximum Marks Total Time

English Language

30

30

20 minutes

Numerical Ability

35

35

20 minutes

Reasoning Ability

35

35

20 minutes

Total

100

100

60 minutes

RBI Assistant Mains Exam Pattern 2024

The mains exam of RBI Assistant is divided into five sections: Test of Reasoning, Test of English Language, Test of Numerical Ability, Test of General Awareness and Test of Computer Knowledge. There are a total of 200 questions and the total marks of the test are 200. Candidates need to complete the paper within 135 minutes. There are sectional timings for the exam. The structure of the mains exam is given below.

RBI Assistant Paper Pattern
Name of Test No of Questions Maximum Marks Duration

Test of Reasoning

40

40

30 minutes

Test of English Language

40

40

30 minutes

Test of Numerical Ability

40

40

30 minutes

Test of General Awareness

40

40

25 minutes

Test of Computer Knowledge

40

40

20 minutes

Total

200

200

135 minutes

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Language Proficiency Test

Candidates provisionally shortlisted from the mains exam have to undergo the LPT. The test is conducted in the Official/Local Language of the state. Candidates who are not proficient in the local language are disqualified. The office-wise local languages are given below:

  • Ahmedabad-Gujarati
  • Bengaluru-Kannada
  • Bhopal-Hindi
  • Bhubaneswar-Oriya
  • Chandigarh-Punjabi / Hindi
  • Chennai-Tamil
  • Guwahati-Assamese / Bengali / Khasi / Manipuri / Bodo / Mizo
  • Hyderabad-Telugu
  • Jaipur-Hindi
  • Jammu-Urdu / Hindi / Kashmiri
  • Kanpur & Lucknow -Hindi
  • Kolkata-Bengali / Nepali
  • Mumbai-Marathi / Konkani
  • Nagpur-Marathi / Hindi
  • New Delhi-Hindi
  • Patna-Hindi / Maithili
  • Thiruvananthapuram-Malayalam

LPT is mandatory and no exemption of any sort is given to any candidate from appearing in the test. It is conducted at the respective offices of the bank.

What is RBI Assistant Local Language Test?

RBI Assistant Language Proficiency Test evaluates a candidate's proficiency in the local language. The language proficiency test is a qualifying examination that assesses a candidate's proficiency in reading, writing, and speaking the official language of the state for which they are applying. The test is conducted in the official language of the state and comprises two components: written and spoken.

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Q:   What is RBI Assistant prelims exam pattern?

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RBI Assistant exam pattern for preliminary exam is divided into three sections: English Language, Numerical Ability and Reasoning Ability. The question paper of the preliminary exam contains a total of 100 questions. The maximum marks allotted to the test is 100. The total duration of the preliminary exam is 60 minutes. Each section of the prelims exam is conducted for 20 minutes. The preliminary exam is conducted to screen candidates for the Mains exam. The marks secured in the prelims exam are not counted for the final merit list.
 

Q:   What is RBI Assistant Mains exam pattern?

A:
RBI Assistant Mains exam pattern is divided into five sections: Test of Reasoning, Test of English Language, Test of Numerical Ability, Test of General Awareness, and Test of Computer Knowledge. There are a total of 200 questions and the total marks of the test are 200. Candidates need to complete the paper within 135 minutes. The duration of the test of Reasoning is 30 minutes, Test of English Language is 30 minutes, Test of Numerical Ability is 30 minutes, Test of General Awareness is 25 minutes and Test of Computer Knowledge is 20 minutes. The marks obtained in the Mains exam are counted for the final merit list. Candidates qualifying the Mains exam are called for language proficiency test. Final selection of candidates is done based on the Mains exam provided they qualify the language proficiency test.
 

Q:   What is RBI Local Language Test (LPT)?

A:
Candidates provisionally shortlisted from the Mains exam have to undergo the LPT. The test is conducted in the Official/Local Language of the state. Candidates who are not proficient in the local language are disqualified. RBI Assistant Language Proficiency Test assesses a candidate's proficiency in reading, writing and speaking the official language of the state for which they are applying. RBI Assistant Local Language Test is conducted in the official language of the state and comprises two components-written and spoken. The written component evaluates a candidate's knowledge of the grammar, vocabulary and comprehension. While, the spoken component evaluates their fluency and pronunciation of the local language test.
 

RBI Assistant Exam Duration

RBI Assistant exam duration for prelims exam is 60 minutes whereas it is 135 minutes for the mains exam. There are also sectional timings in the both prelims and mains exam. RBI Assistant exam duration for prelims and mains exams is given below.

Prelims Exam

Subjects

RBI Assistant Exam Duration

English Language

20 minutes

Numerical Ability

20 minutes

Reasoning Ability

20 minutes

Total

60 minutes

Mains Exam

Name of Test Duration

Test of Reasoning

30 minutes

Test of English Language

30 minutes

Test of Numerical Ability

30 minutes

Test of General Awareness

25 minutes

Test of Computer Knowledge

20 minutes

Total

135 minutes

Q:   Is there any sectional timings in the RBI Assistant exam?

A:
The total duration of the preliminary exam is 60 minutes. Each section of the prelims exam is conducted for 20 minutes. Candidates need to complete the paper within 135 minutes. The duration of the test of Reasoning is 30 minutes, Test of English Language is 30 minutes, Test of Numerical Ability is 30 minutes, Test of General Awareness is 25 minutes and Test of Computer Knowledge is 20 minutes. The section-wise RBI Assistant exam timings are given below. Prelims Exam English Language-20 minutes Quantitative Aptitude-20 minutes Reasoning Ability-20 minutes Mains Exam Test of Reasoning-30 minutes Test of English Language-30 minutes Test of Numerical Ability-30 minutes Test of General Awareness-25 minutes Test of Computer Knowledge-20 minutes.
 

Q:   In how many shifts RBI Assistant prelims and Mains exams are conducted?

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RBI Assistant prelims exam is conducted in four shifts while the Mains exam is held in two shifts. The shift 1 of prelims exam is held from 09:00 am-10:00 am while shift 2 is held from 11:30 am-12:30 pm. The Shift 3 exam is held from 02:00 pm-03:00 pm while Shift 4 is held from 04:30 pm-05:30 pm. The shift 1 of Mains exam is held from 10:00 am to 12:15 pm while shift 2 is held from 2:30 pm-4:45 pm. The shift-wise exam timings for RBI Assistant prelims and mains exams are given below.

RBI Assistant Prelims Shift Timings

ShiftTimings

Shift 1

09:00 am – 10:00 am

Shift 2

11:30 am – 12:30 pm

Shift 3

02:00 pm – 03:00 pm

Shift 4

04:30 pm – 05:30 pm

RBI Assistant Mains Shift Timings

Shift

Timings

Shift 1

10:00 am to 12:15 pm

Shift 2

2:30 pm – 4:45 pm

 

Q:   What is the duration of RBI Assistant exam?

A:

RBI Assistant prelims exam is held for one hour while the Mains exam is held for 135 minutes. Each section of the prelims exam is held for 20 minutes. In the Mains exam, Test of Reasoning, Test of English Language and Test of Numerical Ability are held for 30 minutes. The sectional timing for Test of General Awareness is 25 minutes. The sectional timing for Test of Computer Knowledge is 20 minutes. The section-wise exam timings for RBI Assistant prelims and mains exam are given below.

RBI Assistant Prelims Exam

Name of Tests (Objective)

Total Time

English Language

20 minutes

Numerical Ability

20 minutes

Reasoning Ability

20 minutes

Total

60 minutes

RBI Assistant Mains Exam

Name of Test

Duration

Test of Reasoning

30 minutes

Test of English Language

30 minutes

Test of Numerical Ability

30 minutes

Test of General Awareness

25 minutes

Test of Computer Knowledge

20 minutes

Total

135 minutes

 

RBI Assistant Marking Scheme

RBI Assistant marking scheme for prelims and mains exams is given below:

  • For every correct answer, candidates score one mark
  • There are also RBI Assistant negative marking for incorrect answers, 0.25 marks are deducted
  • There is no weightage for LPT. Candidates must be able to speak, write and understand the local language of the state they have applied for. Candidates need to qualify the LPT or else they are not considered for the recruitment exam

RBI Assistant Negative Marking 

The scores obtained by candidates in the RBI Assistant exam are calculated after deducting the penalty for wrong answers. According to RBI Assistant negative marking, 1/4 marks are deducted for wrong answers in the exam. Therefore, candidates are advised to mark the answers carefully to avoid getting negative marks.

Q:   Are the marks of RBI Assistant preliminary exam taken into consideration for final selection of candidates?

A:
The final selection of candidates for RBI Assistant is done based on the marks of the Mains exam provided they qualify Language Proficiency Test (LPT), medical fitness test, document verification, and biometric data. The final selection of candidates is done based on the marks obtained in the Mains exam. The marks of the prelims exam are not counted for the merit list. Candidates should also qualify the language proficiency test.
 

Q:   Is there any negative marking in RBI Assistant Exam?

A:
The RBI Assistant has negative marking scheme. 1/4 marks will be deducted for each incorrect answer in prelims and Mains exam. The exam pattern has been given below for the candidates: Number of Questions: 100 Total marks: 100 Marks for correct answer: +1 Deduction for incorrect answer: 0.25 Marks for unanswered question: 0 The marks of candidates are calculated based on the marking scheme. The scores are calculated based on the number of correct and incorrect answers. Normalisation of marks is done to adjust the difficulty level of the question paper held across various shifts. RBI Assistant result is announced based on the normalised marks. Candidates should score good marks in the exam to crack the exam.
 

Q:   Is normalisation procedure applied for the calculation of RBI Assistant scores?

A:
Yes. Normalisation procedure is applied for the calculation of RBI Assistant scores. The normalisation of scores is done because the exam is conducted in multiple shifts. This is done to adjust the difficulty level of the question papers held across various sessions. The result is announced based on the normalised marks. Normalisation is very common in all the banking exams that are conducted online and in multiple shifts. RBI employs this process to evaluate the candidates' performance based on difficulty level and parameters of the entrance exam. RBI conducts the exam in multiple slots. The topics, questions and cut off vary for each shift. Despite all hard work and preparation, the question in one slot may be comparatively difficult from another. To carry out fair and transparent evaluation process, RBI normalizes the scores obtained by candidates.
 

RBI Assistant Syllabus 2024

RBI Assistant syllabus outlines the topics that candidates need to study for prelims and mains exam. Before beginning the preparation, candidates must check the RBI Assistant syllabus inoder to know the topics from which questions are asked in the exam. RBI Assistant prelims syllabus comprises questions from Numerical Ability, Reasoning Ability & English Language. RBI Assistant prelims syllabus comprises topics from Test of Reasoning, Test of English Language, Test of Numerical Ability, Test of General Awareness and Test of Computer Knowledge. Candidates can check the RBI Assistant syllabus below.

Subjects  Topics 
Reasoning

Puzzles, Series, Word Formation, Venn Diagram, Analogy, Coding-Decoding, Direction and Distance, Blood Relations, Verbal reasoning, Non-Verbal, Reasoning and Syllogism. 

Numerical Ability 

Data Interpretation, Number Series, Algebra, Simplification, Speed, Distance and Time, SI & CI, Averages, Percentage, Ratio and Proportion, Time and Work, Problem on Ages, Mensuration, Trigonometry and Geometry. 

General Awareness

Static General Knowledge, Current Affairs, Science, Sports, Important Schemes, People in News, Awards, History, Geography, Economy, Polity, Banking Awareness. 

English Language 

Reading Comprehension, Phrases, and Idioms, Fill in the Blanks, Spelling Error, One-word Substitution, Sentence Correction, Error Detection, Synonyms & Antonyms.

Computer Knowledge

MS Office, Internet & Web, System Networking, Database Management, Security, and Operating System. 

 

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Q:   How RBI Assistant syllabus helps in preparation?

A:

RBI Assistant syllabus helps candidates to know the topics that are important for the exam. Knowing the syllabus will help candidates to plan their preparation. It will also help candidates to know what to cover for the exam and what not to. Candidates should be well versed with the syllabus as the questions are framed based on it. A thorough knowledge of RBI Assistant syllabus also helps candidates to formulate an effective preparation strategy for the exam. RBI Assistant syllabus is given below:

  • English Language: Reading Comprehension, Synonyms, Antonyms, Sentence Correction, Word Meanings, etc.
  • General Awareness: Current Affairs, Banking Awareness, Policies Related to RBI, Monetary Policies, Fiscal Policies, Government Schemes, etc.
  • Quantitative Aptitude: Percentage, Time and Distance, Time and Work, Simple Interest and Compound Interest, Average, Profit & Loss, Data Interpretation, etc.
  • Reasoning: Number Series, Blood Relation, Puzzles, Seating Arrangement, Coding and Decoding, etc.
  • Computer Language: Languages, Basic Hardware and Software, History of Computers and Devices.
 

Q:   What is the syllabus for RBI Assistant prelims exam?

A:

The syllabus for RBI Assistant prelims exam comprises topics from Reasoning, Numerical Ability and English. RBI Assistant prelims syllabus is given below: Numerical Ability: Data Interpretation, Number Series, Simplification/ Approximation, Quadratic Equations, Arithmetic Problems Reasoning Ability: Syllogism, Coding and Decoding, Alphanumeric Series, Blood Relations, Inequality, Puzzles, and Seating Arrangement, Miscellaneous English Language: Reading Comprehension, Cloze Test, Error Spotting, Para jumbles/Sentence, Rearrangement, Sentence Improvement, Fill in the blanks. RBI Assistant prelims syllabus is given below:

Subjects

Topics

Numerical Ability

Data Interpretation, Number Series, Simplification/ Approximation, Quadratic Equations, Arithmetic Problems.

Reasoning Ability

Syllogism, Coding and Decoding, Alphanumeric Series, Blood Relations, Inequality, Puzzles, and Seating Arrangement, Miscellaneous.

English Language

Reading Comprehension, Cloze Test, Error Spotting, Para jumbles/Sentence, Rearrangement, Sentence Improvement, Fill in the blanks.

 

 

Q:   What is the syllabus for the RBI Assistant Mains exam?

A:

RBI Assistant syllabus for Mains exam comprises Reasoning, Numerical Ability, General Awareness, English Language and Computer Knowledge. Candidates should begin their preparations for the Mains exam before the announcement of the prelims exam. The total marks allotted to the mains exam are 200. Each section of RBI Assistant mains exam carries 40 marks.

Reasoning Syllabus

Topics

Details

Alphanumeric Series

Based on Numbers, Digits, Alphabet, Words, mathematical operations

Blood Relations

Direct & Coded Type

Direction Sense

Direct & Coded Type

Data Sufficiency

Two Statements & Three Statements Type

Coding and Decoding

Letter, Number & Symbol Type

Input-Output

LSN Type, Word-number based, Operation based

Inequality

Coded, Missing, Reverse Type

Syllogism

Coded, Direct, Reverse Type

Puzzles & Seating Arrangement

Circular Seating Arrangement, Linear Seating Arrangement, Dual Row Seating Arrangement, Square Seating Arrangement, Figure based Seating Arrangement, Unknown Number of people Seating Arrangement, Floor / Wing based Puzzle Box, Shelf Based, Time/ Day/ Week/ Month/ Year based, Scheduling, Tabulation, Order and Ranking based, Direction Based Puzzles

Miscellaneous

Odd one out, Meaningful Word, Word/ number Forward and Backward.

Numerical Ability

Topics

Details

Number Series

Missing Number Series, Series based on patterns such as double step variation

Simplification/ Approximation

Based on basic BODMAS rules

Data Interpretation

Line graph, Bar graph, Pie Chart, Radar Chart, Mixed charts, Tabular charts, Caselet charts, Missing DI



Arithmetic Problems

Ratio & Proportion, Averages, Age-based problems, Percentages, Profit Loss & Discount, Mixture & Alligations, Simple & Compound Interest, Time Work & Wages, Speed Time & Distance, Boats & Streams, Probability

Data Sufficiency

Two Statements & Three Statements

Quantity-based Questions

Two Statements & Three Statements

English Language

Topic

Details

Reading Comprehension

Economy and Related Fields, AI-Based Articles, Research-Based Articles, etc.

Questions from Synonyms/ Antonyms under RC are asked in the prelims phase.

Students are advised to consult Economic Times/ The Hindu/ The Indian Express for this.

Cloze Test

Word Replacement & Fill in the blanks type.

Error Spotting

Based on Grammar Rules.

Sentence Improvement

Single Error & Multiple Error Type

Fill in the blanks

Double or Triple fill-ups based.

New Pattern Questions

Vocabulary, word usage, and grammar usage

Computer Aptitude

  • Computer Generation
  • MS Word
  • MS Excel
  • PowerPoint
  •  Internet
  • Operating System
  • Computer Hardware
  • Abbreviations related to Computer Knowledge

Banking Awareness

  • Banking in India
  • RBI and its functions
  • Current in India
  • Monetary policy of RBI
  • Functions of Indian Regulatory Bodies: SEBI, NABARD, IRDAI, EXIM, etc.
  • Nationalization of Banks in India
  • Types of Bank Accounts in India
  • Money and Financial Market
  • Basel Norms
  • Negotiable Instrument
  • Small Finance Bank
  • Payment Banks in India
  • Micro Financial Institutes
  • Basel Norms
  • Negotiable Instruments
  • ATM in India
  • Priority Sector Lending & Financial Inclusion
  • NPCI, UPI & other Payment Channels
  • NPA & SARFAESI
  • Risk in the Banking Sector

General Awareness

Topics

Details

National News

Government MoUs, Government Schemes, Various Loan and Grants, Government Committee, Policy changes, Amendments

International News

Summit and Meeting of Committee of

 

RBI Assistant Exam Pattern 2024 FAQs

Candidates can check below RBI Assistant exam pattern FAQs.

Q:   What is your strategy for the RBI Assistant exam preparation?

A:

The tips and tricks to crack RBI Assistant 2024 exam are given below: Prelims Check previous year papers Complete whole syllabus Clear basics for the Quant section To score good marks in the Reasoning section, practice different types of questions Read newspapers to ace the English section. Be thorough with the vocabs and grammar rules Aim for 100% attempt in the exam Mains Candidates must make atleast two subjects strong so that they can get maximum marks in these subjects Solve previous year papers of RBI Assistant Mains Candidates must practice as much questions as they can from different topics Revise as much as you can before exam. Revision is the important part of preparation. Revision helps in remembering the topics learned in the exam Candidates must attempt mock test to know the types of questions asked in the exam. Moreover, solving mock tests help candidates to learn effective time management skills

 

Q:   What is the in-hand salary of RBI Assistant?

A:
RBI offers a lucrative salary to its employees. As a result of which, a large number of aspirants apply for the exam. The basic salary of RBI Assistant is INR 20,700 per month. The pay scale is INR 20700-1200 (3)-24300- 1440 (4) -30060-1920 (6)-41580-2080 (2)-45740-2370 (3)-52850- 2850-55700 (20 years). Candidates are entitled to Dearness Allowance, House Rent Allowance, City Compensatory Allowance, Transport Allowance, etc., as admissible from time to time. At present, the initial monthly gross emolument for Assistants is approximately INR 45,050. The house allowance of 15 percent of pay is paid to employees.
 

Q:   What is RBI Assistant Syllabus?

A:
RBI Assistant syllabus is given below: English Language: Reading Comprehension, Synonyms, Antonyms, Sentence Correction, Word Meanings, etc. B) General Awareness: Current Affairs Banking Awareness, Policies Related to RBI Monetary Policies, Fiscal Policies, Government Schemes, etc. C) Quantitative Aptitude Percentage, Time and Distance, Time and Work, Simple Interest and Compound Interest, Average, Profit & Loss, Data Interpretation, etc. D) Reasoning: Number Series, Blood Relation, Puzzles, Seating Arrangement, Coding and Decoding, etc. E) Computer Language: Languages, Basic Hardware and Software, History of Computers and Devices. Candidates must be thorough with the RBI Assistant syllabus as the questions in the exam are framed based on it. Candidates can refer to the good books for RBI Assistant exam inorder to gain conceptual clarity of the chapters or topics given in the syllabus.
 

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Candidates who have applied for RBI Assistant exam can apply again if they satisfy the eligibility criteria. The eligibility criteria of RBI Assistant is certain parameters in terms of educational qualification, age limit and nationality. Candidates applying for the exam should be a graduate in any

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RBI Assistant notification does not mention about accepting the degree obtained through distance education. Candidates must have at least a Bachelor’s Degree in any discipline with a minimum of 50 per cent marks (pass class for SC/ST/PwBD candidates) in the aggregate and the knowledge of word proces

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There is no prior experience required for the candidate to apply for the RBI Assistant recruitment. Candidates who have completed their graduation can apply for RBI Assistant exam. The percentage required in graduation inorder to apply for RBI Assistant exam is 50 per cent. The age limit prescribed

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RBI Assistant cut off is high because the competition is very high compared to other exams. The vacancy is also low compared to the number of applicants who apply for the exam. Moreover, there is no interview in RBI Assistant exam. In order to shortlist the candidates the cut off is fixed at a maxim

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The monthly RBI Assistant salary is approximately INR 47,849 which include basic pay, perks, and allowances. The basic pay is INR 20,700 per month. The pay scale is INR 20700-1200 (3)-24300-1440 (4)-30060-1920 (6)-41580-2080 (2)-45740-2370 (3)-52850 –2850-55700. The gross salary of an RBI Assistant

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RBI Assistant 2024 notification is expected to be released in September 2024. The notification will be released on the official website in PDF form. The notification comprises details such as important dates, application process, exam pattern, eligibility criteria, exam centres, etc. Those who are a

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Any graduate candidate who are between 20 and 28 years can apply for the exam. Candidates born not earlier than 02/09/1995 and not later than 01/09/2003 (both days inclusive) are only eligible to apply. Relaxation in the upper age limit of five years will be provided to Scheduled Caste/Scheduled Tri

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Yes, an average student can crack RBI Assistant 2024 exam. To ace the exam, candidates need to prepare with the right strategy. The difficulty level of RBI is lesser than the difficulty level of the IBPS clerk exam. Candidates must analyze the previous year questions of the RBI assistant exam and at

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An attempt of 23 to 30 questions are good in RBI Assistant exam. The number of attempts depend on the difficulty level of the exam. The section-wise number of good attempts is given below.

Subject
Number of Good Attempts
English Language
23-26
Numerical Ability
24-27
Reasoning Ability
27-29

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The exam city for RBI Assistant exam can be selected while filling the application form. Candidates have the facility to choose one exam centre each for prelims and Mains exams. Candidates can only select the exam city, however, the details regarding the exam centres are mentioned on the admit card.

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Anangsha Patra

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