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New Delhi, Nov 18: The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has released a notification for recruitment to Office Attendant post. A total of 526 vacancies have been released by the RBI for vacant posts in various offices of the bank. The applicants should have the required degree of from the concerned State/ UT coming under the Regional Jurisdiction of the Recruiting Office to which he/ she is applying.
The candidates will be selected on the basis of an online exam and interview. The online test will have questions from reasoning, general English, general awareness and numerical ability. “The online Test could be conducted on weekdays or weekend. RBI reserves the right to modify the number of days and dates of the test depending on the number of applicants,” said the official notification.
Here are the details of the posts:
Submission of application form: November 17
Last date for submission of application form: December 7
Total No.of Posts: 526
- Ahmedabad: 39
- Bengaluru: 58
- Bhopal: 45
- Chandigarh & Shimla: 47
- Chennai: 10
- Guwahati: 10
- Hyderabad: 27
- Jammu: 19
- Lucknow: 13
- Kolkata: 10
- Mumbai, Navi Mumbai and Panaji: 165
- Nagpur: 09
- New Delhi: 27
- Thiruvananthapuram: 47
10th Pass or equivalent from a recognised institute.
The age limit has been set between 18 to 25 years. Relaxation has been given to the applicants from reserved categories.
SC/ST Candidates: 5 years
OBC Candidates: 3 years
Ex-Service Men: As per the government rules
Pay Scale: Rs 10,940 – Rs 23,700
However, the applicants will be offered a pay scale according to the post they have been recruited in.
General/OBC Candidates Application Fee: Rs 450
ST/SC/Ex-s/PWD Application Fee: Rs 50
HERE’S HOW YOU CAN APPLY
Go to the official website of RBI – www.rbi.org.in
Click on the job notification
Fill all your details as per the instructions
The applicants need to attach self-attested copies of all relevant documents
Make the payment
Take a print out of RBI Recruitment 2017 application form.