Name of Post: RBI Officer Grade B Recruitment Admit Card 2018
Post Date: 02 August 2018 | 03:11 PM
Post Re-Update: 25 August 2018 | 03:11 PM
Short Information: Reserve Bank of India (RBI) have Recently uploaded the Exam Admit Card on its official website for the Recruitment For the Post of Grade B Various Post Recruitment 2018. Those candidates who had applied for the application form they can Download their Admit Card for RBI Officer Grade B Various Post For More Details Regrading this Post Candidates can Visit the of Official Site RBI To download the admit card go through the process given below.
- Application Start: 03 July 2018
- Last Date for Apply Online: 23 July 2018
- Last Date Pay Exam Fee: 23 July 2018
- Preliminary Admit Card Available: 01 August 2018
- Date of Preliminary Examination: 16 August 2018
- Preliminary Admit Card Available: 25 August 2018 (For Kerala Students)
- Date of Preliminary Examination: 02 September 2018 (For Kerala Students)
- Mains Exam Date: 06 and 07 September 2018
- General / OBC Candidates: Rs.850/-
- SC / ST Candidates: Rs.100/-
- Pay Examination Fee Through Debit Card / Credit Card and Net Banking Fee Mode.
Age Limit as on 01 January 2018
- Minimum Age: 21 Years
- Maximum Age: 30 Years
- Age Relaxation Extra As Per Rules
Vacancy Details | Eligibility
|Grade B Officer DR (General)
||Candidates Applying for this Post Must be a Bachelor Degree with 60% Marks For SC/ST with 50% Marks.
|Grade B Officer (DEPR)
||Candidates Applying for this Post Must be a Master Degree in Economics / Quantitative Economics / Mathematical Economics / Integrated Economics / Finance with 55% Marks and For SC / ST: 50% Marks
|Grade B Officer (DSIM)
||Candidates Applying for this Post Must be a Master Degree in Statistics / Mathematical Statistics / Infomatics with 55 Marks and For SC / ST with 50 % Marks
- Selection will be based on written test.
Job Location: All India
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