Regional Languages in IBPS RRB Recruitment 2018

Dear Students, 

The season for IBPS Exams has begun with the first official notification being IBPS RRB. IBPS has released the official notification for IBPS RRB Office Assistant and Officer Scale (I, II & III). This is a great opportunity for all government job aspirants and one must make the best out of these opportunities. As the competition is going to be very tough, one needs to prepare himself well enough to beat such a tough competition. 
In IBPS RRB Language Proficiency Test is an important topic in the selection process. Language Proficiency Test is the final step which is as difficult as the other stages of any recruitment. You need to be very careful while filling the form. The form for IBPS is to be filled statewise and one needs to know the language required in that area. It is very important to know about any exam before preparing for it. You need to be prepared with the complete strategy till the end phase of any exam. The Regional language proficiency test assess your local language skills because at the end, after every process and getting appointed as a Assistant in Bank you will have to converse with the local people in their own language or language pertaining to that particular state. So there is a need for you to have a good command upon the required language to complete the final leg of selection process. 
Here we are providing you with a complete table of the languages in different states as per IBPS.

Language States
Hindi Uttar Pradesh, Rajasthan, Bihar, Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Jammu and Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh, Jharkhand, Haryana, Uttarakhand
Urdu Uttar Pradesh, Jammu & Kashmir, Telangana
Sanskrit Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand
Telugu Telangana, Andhra Pradesh
English Nagaland
Bengali Assam, West Bengal, Tripura
Bodo Assam
Gujarati Gujarat,
Dogri Jammu & Kashmir
Kashmiri Jammu & Kashmir
Punjabi Jammu & Kashmir, Punjab
Gojri Jammu & Kashmir
Pahari Jammu & Kashmir
Ladakhi Jammu & Kashmir
Balti Jammu & Kashmir
Dardi Jammu & Kashmir
Kannada Karnataka
Malayalam Kerala, Puducherry
Assamese Assam
Marathi Maharashtra,
Manipuri Manipur
Khasi Meghalaya
Garo Meghalaya
Mizo Mizoram
Odia Odisha,
Tamil Tamil Nadu, Puducherry
Kokborak Tripura
If you desire to fill up the form from some other desired location, then you should be confident enough to learn the required language of that region in the 4-5 months gap provided between the mains and Language proficiency test. It is up to your learning capability that you should take the risk of filling the form from other regions. 
So ace up with your preparations and practice is the only key to succeed. Start practicing and get yourself ready for competition.

Its time to make your future now, and make your dreams tomorrow’s reality.