RBI Assistant Mains Exam 2020: The RBI Assistant Prelims Exam 2020 was held on 14th and 15th February 2020. The Mains exam was earlier scheduled to be held on March 29, 2020 (Sunday) but due to the outbreak of Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) in our nation, the examination was postponed. RBI released the new RBI Assistant 2020 Mains exam date and scheduled it for 22nd November 2020. As the aspirants who are appearing for the exam are left with only a few days, aspirants should know what all important documents they are supposed to carry at the time of entering the exam center. Let us also first look at some important dates of the RBI Assistant 2020 Exam.
RBI Assistant 2020 Exam Important Dates
|Release of Notification||23 December 2019|
|Application Process||23 December 2019-16 January 2020|
|RBI Assistant Prelims 2020||14, 15 February 2020|
|RBI Assistant Mains 2020||22 November 2020|
RBI Assistant Mains 2020: Important Documents to Carry
Some of the important documents that candidates should make sure they have with them at the time of entering the exam centre on 22nd November 2020:
- Admit Card: This is one of the most important and mandatory things that the aspirants should carry with them. Without the hall ticket, no candidate will be allowed to appear for the exam. Candidates shall carry the RBI Assistant Mains 2020 Admit Card at any cost.
- Photo: Candidates must carry two latest colored passport-size photos to the exam center.
- ID Proof: Candidates must also carry a valid and original photo ID proof to the center. Passport, Aadhaar Card/print out of e-Aadhaar, Driving License, Service ID Card issued to employees by Central Govt./State Govt./ PSUs, voter’s Id, PAN Card, ID Card issued by university/college/school, Ex-Servicemen Discharge Book issued by the Ministry of Defence
- Personal Sanitizer: Aspirants shall carry their own small handy bottle of sanitizer along with them, for safety purposes in regards to the ongoing epidemic in the nation.
- Face Masks: Keeping the situation of the ongoing epidemic in the nation it is compulsory for the candidates to have a face mask, although, at the time of entering the exam center, candidates will be provided with 3Ply face masks.
Along with the above important documents candidates must ensure that they follow all the safety measures taken by the exam centers. Apart from the important documents mentioned above, candidates will not be allowed to carry any other personal belongings. Aspirants are advised to read their Hall tickets, especially the pages on which other important details are mentioned to make sure that they don’t miss any point related to the examination.