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RBI Recruitment 2018: 166 vacancies, Know details

RBI Recruitment 2018: 166 vacancies, Know details

Summary:

The Reserve Bank of India has issued a notification for Grade B 2018 recruitment. Candidates can check the details here.


The Reserve Bank of India has issued a notification for Grade B 2018 recruitment. Candidates can check exam dates and vacancy details in a newspaper advertisement.

According to the notification, the registration process for RBI Grade B 2018 recruitment will begin from July 3 2018. The recruitment exam is being held for 166 vacancies. Candidates who want to seek a government job of RBI Grade B can register for exam on or before July 23, 2018.

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RBI Recruitment 2018: Important dates

  • July 23, 2018- Last date to register for exam
  • August 16, 2018- The tentative date of RBI Grade B Prelims Exam
  • September 7, 2018- Tentative date for Mains exam.

RBI Recruitment 2018: Eligibility criteria

Educational qualification

Candidates who have qualified graduation from a recognized university.

Age Group

Candidates from the age group of 21-30 are eligible to apply.

Relaxation of age and reservation will be applicable as per existing norms.

RBI Recruitment 2018: Pay Scale

As per Business Line, a Grade B officer in RBI will get an approximate salary of Rs. 67,000 per month with other perks.

The recruitment notification has not been uploaded on the official website of RBI -- www.rbi.org.in -- yet, however, the same expected anytime soon. According to a short notice from RBI, the detailed notification regarding this recruitment will be released on the official website the bank on July 3 and also on employment news.

The registration process for RBI Grade B officers will be held on the official website at opportunities.rbi.org.in.


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