The Reserve Bank of India in almost every year invites applications from eligible candidates for the posts of “Assistant” in various offices of the Bank. Selection for the post will be through a countrywide competitive On-line Examination and Interview.
Between 18 and 28 years.
(i) Scheduled Caste / Scheduled Tribe (SC / ST): By 5 years, i.e. up to 33 years
(ii) Other Backward Classes (OBC): By 3 years, i.e. up to 31 years
(iii) Persons with Disabilities (PWD): By 10 years (GEN) 13 years (OBC) & 15 years (SC/ST)
(iv) Ex-Servicemen: To the extent of service rendered by them in Armed Forces plus an additional period of 3 years subject to maximum of 50 years.
(v) Widows/divorced women/ women judicially separated who are not remarried By 10 years
i) At least a Bachelor’s Degree in any discipline with a minimum of 50% marks (pass class for SC/ST/PWD candidates) in the aggregate and the knowledge of word processing on PC.
ii) A candidate belonging to Ex-servicemen category (except dependants of ex-servicemen) should either be a graduate from a recognized University or should have passed the matriculation or its equivalent examination of the Armed Forces and rendered at least 15 years of defence service.
iii) Candidates applying for post in a particular recruiting office should be proficient in the language (i.e. know to read, write, speak and understand the language) of the state/ any of the states falling under the recruiting office.
Selection will be through Online Examination and Interview. The Online Examination will be for 200 marks.
i) The above tests except the Test of English Language will be available bilingually, i.e. English and Hindi.
ii) A candidate has to qualify in each part of the Objective test separately. There will be negative marks for wrong answers in the Objective tests. 1/4th marks will be deducted for each wrong answer. Candidates will have to pass in each of the objective tests.
iii) Only such number of candidates will be called for interview who stand sufficiently high in merit on the aggregate marks of the Objective Tests, such merit being decided by the Bank in relation to the number of vacancies to be filled in.
iv) Final selection will be on the basis of candidate's performance in the online examination and interview taken together in order of merit.
RBI has revised the process of recruitment of Officers in Grade-‘B’ from 2015 onwards. RBI declared some of the changes in the recruitment process of Grade-B officers. Under the new scheme of selection the examination will be computer based (Objective type with Multiple Choice Question pattern) and consists of two phases, viz., Phase-I and Phase-II, followed by Interview.
While Phase-I examination will continue as per existing Phase-I examination for Grade-‘B’ (DR), Phase-II examination will consist of three papers of which two will be compulsory papers and one optional paper. The compulsory papers are Paper-I on ‘English’ and Paper-II on ‘Economic and Social Issues’.
The optional Paper- Paper-III will have options of subjects, viz., ‘Finance & Management’ or ‘Economics’ or ‘Statistics’. In Phase-II the paper on ‘English’ will be descriptive type and computer based, i.e. to be typed on computer screen with the help of the keyboard.
Prospective candidates are advised that Phase-II of the examination will be conducted within two to three weeks of Phase-I of the examination.
A Minimum of 60% marks (50% in case of SC/ST/PWD) or equivalent in Bachelor’s Degree as well as in 12th and 10th standard examinations.
The maximum permissible number of attempts (which were applicable for candidates belonging to Unreserved/General Category) has been increased from 4 to 6.
Federal Bank invited applications from aspiring, young, talented and dynamic personnel for admission to the next batch of Federal Manipal School of Banking and to the first batch of its newly instituted Federal NIIT School of Banking.
Candidates selected to the Federal Manipal School of Banking (FMSB) will be offered a 1 year Post Graduate Diploma in Banking and Finance (PGDBF) course at the FMSB, Bangalore, and on successful completion of the same are absorbed as Probationary Officers in the Bank.
Candidates selected to the Federal NIIT School of Banking are offered a 1 year Post Graduate Diploma in Banking and Relationship Management at NIIT Campus, Neemrana. On successful completion of the course, the candidates will be absorbed as Probationary Officer (Personal Banking) in the Bank and will spearhead the relationship banking & sales portfolios of the Bank
Bank of Baroda with Manipal School of Banking provides 1 year Post Graduate Diploma in Banking and Finance course in Baroda Manipal School of Banking, Bangalore or in any other Institute in other part of the country, as decided by the Bank.
On successful completion of the course within the stipulated time period, the candidate would be offered appointment in the Bank as Probationary Officer in Junior Management Grade / Scale-I. Candidates shall be selected through selection process consisting of online exam followed by Group Discussion and Personal Interview.
Admission to the 1 year full-time post graduate diploma course in Banking and Finance from Manipal University or any other Institute in other part of the country, as decided by the bank comes with the assurance of a full-fledged Banking career with Bank of Baroda on successful completion of the course.
Degree (Graduation) with minimum 60% (55% for SC/ST/PWD) marks in any discipline from a recognized University OR any equivalent qualification as such recognized by Central Government. Age : Minimum 20 years- Maximum 28 years
Candidates shall be selected by BOB through a selection process consisting of an (open) online exam followed by Group Discussion AND Interview.
The selection process aims at getting applicants who are likely to succeed at various roles in the Bank. The endeavour is to select people who are bright, have good communication skills (both oral and written), are dedicated, can work effectively in teams, are passionate about their career goals and who display integrity and a positive attitude.
a) Candidates are required to obtain a minimum score in each test and also a minimum total score in the online test to be short-listed for interview. Candidates will be short-listed for interview depending on the number of vacancies, cut-off in each test and online test as decided by the Bank.
b) Wrong answers in objective test will attract negative marks (1/4th of marks assigned to that question) for the online test. Along with the call letters, information handout and a sample test shall also be uploaded on the site which candidates can take to familiarize themselves with the nature of Test & Questions.
c) Group Discussion and Personal Interview The aggregate marks of candidates qualifying in the Online Test will be arranged in descending order in each category and the candidates in the order of merit, subject to 4 times the number of intake in each category, will be called for Group Discussion and Interview. The qualifying marks in Group Discussion & Interview will be as decided by the Bank.
d) The final merit list for selection will be on the basis of performance in Online Test, Group discussion (GD) and Interview.
As all you know that RRB( Railway Recruitment Board ) notification has come out. Many of you are planning to fill up the form and some of them are still in phase of uncertainty that either I should fill it or not. Here we would like to say that ,Readers as all of you are preparing for General Competition almost has similar exam pattern with a bit variation in standard level. So, all of you should go for RRB.
(1)Common Preliminary Examination.
(2)Main (second stage) Exam followed by Verification of documents.:-
Note 1: Candidates who qualify in the Preliminary Exam will again have to apply separately for Main (second stage) Examinations.
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