Wednesday, October 14, 2020

RBI Recruitment 2020 : Apply for 926 Vacancies

 RBI Assistant 2020 Notification & Apply Online Application form – RBI Assistant 2020 recruitment notification released for 926 vacancies. RBI Assistant 2020 Apply online link available from December 23, 2019, to January 16, 2020,https://www.rbi.org.in/

RBI is the main authority that conducts the national level exam for RBI assistant 2020 and the applicants who want to secure a job in RBI, they must apply online from December 23, 2019, to January 16, 2020. The RBI Assistant 2020 application form for the same is available through the online process.


I) INTRODUCTION TO RBI ASSISTANT EXAM.

  • 926 vacancies have announced through the RBI Assistant 2020 recruitment exam.
  • RBI Assistant 2020 application form last date is January 16, 2020.
  • RBI assistant 2020 exam date for prelims and mains announced. The prelims exam will be conducted on February 14, 2020, and February 15, 2020.
  • The candidates are required to clear the RBI assistant prelims exam to go to the main exam. The mains exam will be conducted in March 2020.
  • The age of candidates should be between 20 and 28 years to apply for this exam.
  • The RBI Assistant basic pay is Rs. 14650/- per month (i.e. Rs. 13150/- plus two advance increments admissible to Graduates) in the scale of 13150-750 (3)-15400- 900(4) -19000-1200(6)-26200-1300 (2)-28800- 1480(3) – 33240 – 1750 (1)- 34990 (20 years).

II)Here are all the Important dates of the RBI Assistant 2020 exam:

RBI Assistant Registration Starts FromDecember 23, 2019
Last Date to Apply Online for RBI AssistantJanuary 16, 2020
Last date for making online fee paymentJanuary 16, 2020
Last date to print filled applicationJanuary 31, 2020
RBI Assistant 2020 Prelims ExamFebruary 14 & 15, 2020
RBI Assistant 2020 Mains ExamMarch 2020

RBI Assistant 2020 registration has started on December 23, 2019. The last date to apply online for RBI Assistant 2020 will be January 16, 2020. Make sure to pay the exam fee before the last date i.e. January 16, 2020, and take a print of the filled application till January 31, 2020.

RBI Assistant 2020 prelims exam will be conducted on February 14 & 15, 2020 While the mains exam will be held in March 2020. Candidates can edit their application details by login using registration number and password till January 16, 2020.

RBI Assistant 2020 apply online link-https://ibpsonline.ibps.in/rbiasstnov19/


  1. III) PROCESS TO APPLY ONLINE RBI ASSISTANT 2020

  2. 1. Go to https://ibpsonline.ibps.in/rbiasstnov19/
  3. 2. Click on NEW REGISTRATION button to start filling the application form.
  4. 3. Enter your basic details such as name, contact number, email id, address, etc. and click on      save and next button.
  5. 4. Now, upload scanned photograph and signature as per the given dimension and format.
  6. 5. Further, provide your academic details and Click on save and next button.
  7. 6. Then proceed to fill other details of the RBI Assistant 2020 Application Form.
  8. 7. Click on the preview tab to view and verify the filled application form.
  9. 8. Now click on the final submit button to complete application process.
  10. 9. Click on the payment tab to pay the exam fees through available online Payment Options       such as Credit Card/Debit Card/Net Banking.
  11. 10. Finally, take a print of your filled RBI Assistant application form.
The last date for RBI assistant registration is January 16, 2020. It is advisable to fill the RBI assistant online application form carefully as no changes will be allowed once you submit the application form. If you have entered the wrong details in the application form, register once again using new email ID.

IV) RBI ASSISTANT EXAM FEE 2020


The RBI Assistant application fee is ₹450 for General and OBC candidates, while ₹50 for SC/ST/PWD/EXS candidates.

  • ₹450 for OBC/General/EWS candidates.
  • ₹50 for SC/ST/PWD/EXS candidates.

It can be easily paid using debit card or credit card.

V)PRE-Requisites of RBI Assistant Online Exam

Some of the must-have documents that required before filling the RBI Assistant application form online are:

i. Scanned Photograph and Signature:

Candidates must have scanned Photograph and Signature in the following formats before applying for RBI Assistant 2020 exam.

  • The photograph should be latest and should not be blurred
  • The dimensions of the photograph should be 200X230 pixels for the photograph.
  • The size of the photograph should be in the range of 20KB to 50KB.
  • Preferable dimensions for the signature is 140X 60 pixels
  • The size of file should be in the range of 10KB to 20KB.

ii. Workable Email-ID:

Candidates should have valid Email ID to receive login credentials and get application approval confirmation. It can also be used to recover your login details.

iii. Documents for information:

Keep all necessary documents such as certificates, marks memo and address proof, which can be used to enter information while filling online application form.

iv. To make Payment:

Candidates can use Credit Card or Debit Card or Net Banking at the time of online payment of the exam fee.

VI) FAQ

What is the age limit to apply for RBI Assistant 2020?

Age of the candidate should be between 20 and 28 years. However, there will be further relaxation of 5 years for SC/ST and 3 years for OBC provided.

Where to register for RBI Assistant 2020?

The direct link of RBI Assistant registration 2020 is https://ibpsonline.ibps.in/rbiasstnov19/

What is the last date to apply online for RBI Assistant 2020?

The last date to apply online for RBI Assistant 2020 is January 16, 2020. Application fee can be paid from December 23, 2019 to January 16, 2020.

I have applied with the wrong details, can I register again?

Yes, you can apply but use new email address to register again.

How can i pay RBI assistant application fee?

Use debit card or credit card or net banking to pay application fees for RBI assistant exam.

Is RBI assistant application fee refundable?

The RBI assistant application fee is neither refundable nor transferable. Once fee paid through online payment gateway, there is no way to refund/cancel the fee.


VII)RBI EXAM PATTERN 2020

Before the commencement of the exam, the candidate should check the exam pattern of RBI Assistant Prelims and mains tests. One should check the RBI assistant 2020 exam pattern of the exam separately for the respective exam preliminary, main and interview of the exam.

S.NName of TestsNo. of QuestionsMaximum MarksTotal Time
1English Language303020 minutes
2Numerical Ability353520 minutes
3Reasoning Ability353520 minutes
Total10010060 minutes

Following is the exam pattern of the preliminary exam:

  • RBI Assistant 2020 is an online objective exam and has 100 questions for 100 marks.
  • RBI Assistant 2020 prelims exam has negative marking for wrong answers, for every incorrect answer about 0.25 mark to be deducted from the final score.
  • The duration of the test is 60 minute and each section has 20 minutes of fixed time.
  • It is a qualifying exam, the candidate will be allowed to sit to the main exam based on the performance in preliminary exam.

The preliminary exam has three important sections in the exam with the below specified marks and number of questions:

  • Reasoning ability: This section has 35 questions with a total of 35 marks
  • Numerical ability: This section also contains 35 questions and a total of 35 marks
  • English language: This section has 30 questions with a total of 30 marks.

Thus there are a total of 100 marks. For each correct answer the candidate will get 1 mark while for the wrong answer 1/4 marks will be deducted. All the questions in the prelim Mary exam will be objective type and the time duration for the exam will be 60 minutes.

The candidates clearing the preliminary exam will be shortlisted for the main exam.

Following are the different sections in the main exam.

SectionsQuestionsMarksTime
English Language404030 min
Quantitative Aptitude404020 min
Reasoning Ability404030 min
Computer Knowledge404030 min
General Awareness404025 min
Total200200135 min

Thus, overall in the main exam, there are an overall 200 questions for 200 marks. For every correct answer the candidate will get 1 marks while for every negative answer 1/4 marks will be deducted.

  • Reasoning ability: This sections consists of 40 questions making a total of 40 marks
  • Numerical ability: Consists of 40 questions for a total of 40 marks
  • English language: consists of 40 questions for a total of 40 marks
  • General Awareness: consists of 40 questions for a total of 40 marks
  • Computer knowledge: This section also consists of 40 questions for a total of 40 marks.

The students who qualify in the main exam will be shortlisted for the interview stage: The interview on an average will last for 35 minutes and mainly focuses on checking the general awareness, capability and confidence of the candidate


VIII) RBI SYLLABUS 2020

RBI Assistant Syllabus 2020: The Syllabus of RBI Assistant 2020 exam varies for each section. One should thoroughly check the RBI assistant syllabus so that they know any changes done regarding the syllabus.

Below is the detailed RBI Assistant Syllabus 2020() for the both preliminary and main exams.

English LanguageGeneral AwarenessQuantitative AptitudeComputer KnowledgeReasoning
Reading ComprehensionCurrent World NewsTime and DistanceLanguagesNumber Series
SynonymsCurrent India NewsTime and WorkBasic Hardware and SoftwareBlood Relations
AntonymsGeography ConceptsHCF and LCMHistory of ComputersAnalogy
Sentence CorrectionHistory ConceptsSimple and Compound InterestDevicesOdd Man Out
Word MeaningsPolitical ScienceProblems on TrainsNumber Series
AverageCoding and Decoding
Allegations and ComparisonDirections Based Concept
ProbabilityRow Arrangements
Permutation and CombinationSymbols
PipesStatement Reading, Understanding

The candidate should also identify the easy and tougher topics for himself and should prepare accordingly.

  • English language: This section includes various topics such as Reading comprehension, word meaning, sentence correction, antonyms and synonyms.
    General Awareness: This sections includes topics such as current world news, current India news, geography, history and political news.
  • Quantitative aptitude: This includes topics such as P&C, probability, Time & work, Speed-Time and distance, average, ratio proportion, charts, quadratic equations, simple and compound interest, percentage, profit and loss etc.
  • Reasoning: This includes topics like alphabetical test, coding and decoding, word formation, sitting problems, syllogism, statement and argument, puzzles, data sufficiency etc.RBI Assistant Syllabus 2020: The Syllabus of RBI Assistant 2020 exam varies for each section. One should thoroughly check the RBI assistant syllabus so that they know any changes done regarding the syllabus.

    Below is the detailed RBI Assistant Syllabus 2020 for the both preliminary and main exams.

    English LanguageGeneral AwarenessQuantitative AptitudeComputer KnowledgeReasoning
    Reading ComprehensionCurrent World NewsTime and DistanceLanguagesNumber Series
    SynonymsCurrent India NewsTime and WorkBasic Hardware and SoftwareBlood Relations
    AntonymsGeography ConceptsHCF and LCMHistory of ComputersAnalogy
    Sentence CorrectionHistory ConceptsSimple and Compound InterestDevicesOdd Man Out
    Word MeaningsPolitical ScienceProblems on TrainsNumber Series
    AverageCoding and Decoding
    Allegations and ComparisonDirections Based Concept
    ProbabilityRow Arrangements
    Permutation and CombinationSymbols
    PipesStatement Reading, Understanding

    The candidate should also identify the easy and tougher topics for himself and should prepare accordingly.

    • English language: This section includes various topics such as Reading comprehension, word meaning, sentence correction, antonyms and synonyms.
      General Awareness: This sections includes topics such as current world news, current India news, geography, history and political news.
    • Quantitative aptitude: This includes topics such as P&C, probability, Time & work, Speed-Time and distance, average, ratio proportion, charts, quadratic equations, simple and compound interest, percentage, profit and loss etc.
    • Reasoning: This includes topics like alphabetical test, coding and decoding, word formation, sitting problems, syllogism, statement and argument, puzzles, data sufficiency etc.



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