RBI Assistant Cut Off: RBI is all set to conduct RBI Assistant Prelims Exam on 14 and 15 February 2020. Cut Off is the factor that will make you able to decide your save attempts in the examination. We have come up with the RBI Assistant Prelims Previous Year’s Cut-Off to get an idea regarding the level of exam and the good attempts.
RBI Assistant Cut Off: Deciding Factor
RBI Assistant is a two stage recruitment including Prelims and Mains followed by LPT (Language Proficiency Test) which is qualifying in nature. Prelims is also qualifying in nature while the mains score will form the merit list.
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Cut off marks will be decided by the Reserve Bank Of India authority based on the marks score in prelims (Qualifying) and Mains (basis of final selection). The merit list will consist of only those aspirants who meet the required RBI Assistant cutoff 2019-2020 as per the state and the Cut Off marks in section wise and Center wise based on category (General, SC,ST,OBC). As the recruitment of candidates for the post of Assistants will be done in the form of merit, the aspirants whose names are present in the merit list will be provided an provisional appointment. Keep on reading this article to check previous year cut off to start your preparation in the right direction.
Cut off for any level whether prelims or mains is decided on certain factors that help the recruiting body to determine the cut off. Following are the factors that will help in determining the cut off for RBI Assistant exam 2019.
- Number of aspirants appearing for the exam
- Number of aspirants who cleared the exam
- Number of participating institutes.
- Number of post available
- Types of questions asked
- Difficulty level of the paper.
Number of vacancies in RBI Assistant has increased as compared to year 2017 but aspirants can expect higher competition in 2019 due to which there is a possibility that cut off might be low as compared to previous years but everything depends on the level of the exam, types of questions and number of students appearing for it. RBI Assistant previous year cut off will play a vital role in strategizing their preparation for the upcoming exam.
RBI Assistant Notification 2019 has been released now. As per the inputs shared in the official notification by RBI, a total of 926 candidates are to be recruited this time which is comparatively higher than last recruitment where only 623 aspirants were selected in various offices of RBI. Now, this is the huge opportunity for the aspirants to be grabbed. Start your preparation at the earliest possible. The selection procedure will be done through a nation wide competitive exam in two stages followed by LPT.
Check important dates for RBI Assistant exam
Commencement of on-line registration of application: 23rd December 2019
Closure of registration of application: 16th Jan 2020
Closure for editing application details: 16th Jan 2020
Last date for printing your application: 31st Jan 2020
Online Fee Payment: 23.12.2019 to 16.01.2020
RBI Assistant Previous year cut off 2017: Prelims + Mains
State wise & category wise cut off 2017 : Prelims
|Kanpur & Lucknow||72.75||69.25||78.50||86.50|
|Thiruvanantapuram & Kochi||76.00||–||84.25||87.25|
State wise & category wise cut off 2017 : Mains
|Kanpur & Lucknow||94.00||105.75||110.00||121.25|
|Thiruvanantapuram & Kochi||91.25||–||116.25||124.50|
Check RBI Assistant preliminary exam cut off for the year 2016
RBI Assistant Mains | Section wise cut off | 2016
Important Note: RBI has answered to the query of a student in which RBI has clearly mentioned that students who will not qualify LPT will not be given final appointment letter by RBI. RBI has released a notice in which it has mentioned that total of 602 candidates appeared for the LPT from Mumbai office in 2017 where as 213 candidates failed to meet the requirement in LPT round. Check the part of it attached below.
So students do not take the LPT round lightly. You have to put same efforts in the LPT round as you will in the prelims and mains. So make sure you are familiar with the language of the state you are applying from.
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