Lots of candidates who have the relevant qualification and saw the recruitment notification which was issued on 12th June 2015 decided to apply for the RBI Assistant post. As per the notification, the online submission of application form will be concluded on 3rd July 2015. Selection of the RBI Assistant post will be made through not only by the written exam and also by the Personal Interview. As the qualification asked for the RBI assistant post is degree, the syllabus follows that level only. The written exam will be conducted in the CBT format ie computer Based Test. The examination date is not yet declared however as per the information the date may be scheduled in the month of August 2015.
There are 504 vacant positions in RBI Assistant post.
RBI Assistant (Sahayak) Recruitment 2015 List of District wise Vacancies:
- Ahmedabad 30
- Bangalore 40
- Bhopal 10
- Bhubaneswar 20
- Chandigarh 35
- Chennai 31
- Guwahati 10
- Hyderabad 30
- Jaipur 30
- Jammu 10
- Kanpur &Lucknow 40
- Kolkata 30
- Mumbai 81
- Nagpur 25
- New Delhi 27
- Patna 25
- Thiruvananthapuram and Kochi 30
RBI Assistant recruitment exam 2015 Syllabus & Paper Structure:
Whenever you prepare for a RBI Assistant recruitment exam 2015, first you notify the syllabus which is declared by that recruitment board. Because the question paper should have questions related with the syllabus only. You should prepare well each and every topic to compete this central government job The name of the topics are Reasoning, numerical ability, English, general awareness and computer knowledge. The number of questions will be asked from each topics is 40. Thus the total number of questions of the RBI exam paper is 200. Each multiple choice question will carry one mark, thus the total marks allotted for the RBI Assistant exam paper is 200. Questions will be in both English and Hindi language for candidates’ convenience. Candidates are informed here that time duration for the exam will be only two hours.
You should do so many self test to manage time at that time of exam. Don’t forget you should get required minimum marks in each topics as well as the aggregate marks to qualify the RBI Assistant exam.
Candidates can also download previous sample question papers for their preparation to be updated soon here and official portals.