RBI Grade B 2022 Prelims Admit Card Released @opportunities.rbi.org.in for Grade B General Post; Exam on May 28
RBI Grade B admit card 2022 for phase 1 exam has been released on May 13. The last date to download the admit card is May 28. Check below the steps to download the admit card.
RBI Grade B Phase 1 Admit Card 2022 released
Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has released RBI Grade B 2022 prelims admit card for Grade B General post. The admit card has been released on the official firstname.lastname@example.org. However, the direct RBI Grade B admit card download link is provided on this page. Candidates can download their admit cards till May 28. The hard copy of the admit card has not been sent to candidates by post. Candidates need to carry the printed copy of the admit card along with one photo-identity proof to the exam centre.
How to Download RBI Grade B Admit Card 2022?
The steps to download RBI Grade B admit card 2022 for prelims exam are given below:
- Visit the official website of RBI
- On the home page, select the 'Recruitment Related Advertisement link
- The career page opens in a new tab
- Click on the link ‘Admission Letters, other guidelines and information handouts for Direct Recruitment for the post of Officer in Grade 'B' (General) - Panel Year 2022’
- On the login page, candidates need to enter the required credentials
- RBI Grade B hall ticket is displayed on the screen
- Download the admit card and take its printout
Download here RBI Grade B Admit Card 2022-https://ibpsonline.ibps.in/rbiofeb22/cloea_may22/login.php?appid=5a8cc97968779db90e5a896ec1e234a4
RBI Grade B Exam Pattern 2022
RBI Grade B exam pattern 2022 for Phase 1 comprises four sections- General Awareness, English Language, Quantitative Aptitude, and Reasoning. The total marks allotted to the exam are 200. Candidates are given 120 minutes to solve all the questions. The language of the question paper except English is in Hindi and English. For every wrong answer marked by candidates, 1/4th of the marks assigned to that question are deducted as a penalty.
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