RBI, being the Central Banking Institution of India, looks for overall development strategy of the Government of India. Therefore, it is responsible for the authenticity and functioning of all the process. To ensure the quality of the employees of RBI, The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) is planning to conduct a common recruitment process for all core functions to strengthen itself in the changing economic scenario.
The RBI today has approximately 17000 employees.
There are various levels for staff in RBI for different core and non-core functions. It recruit through various examinations. The RBI will hold an online examination on September 16, 2014 to recruit 506 ‘Assistants’. RBI had earlier also invited applications from candidates belonging to the age bracket of 18 to 28 years and with a Bachelor’s degree for recruitment.
The various important skills like economics and statistics will be judged. Along with that topics such as risk management, financial markets trading, accounting, legal, human resources management and counselling will also be assessed.
Through online test the Computer knowledge of the candidate will also be assessed. Online test for the ‘Assistant’ exam will comprise test of English Language, General knowledge, Computer Knowledge.
The officers that are recruited will have a common seniority. In effect, it will be like the common cadre under the All India Services of the Union Public Service Commission.
The entire recruitment cycle for recruitment to Reserve Bank Services Board will be completed within three to four months.