This time, a scheme of selection has been adopted by the RBI. This time, the examination will be conducted in two phases and will be computer-based. The questions will be objective type with multiple choices. Following the examination, an interview round will be conducted.
Candidates seeking to qualify for the posts must have a Bachelor’s degree in a relevant discipline with 60 percent marks.
The candidates must be between 21 to 30 years of age.
The phase one examination will consist of objective type questions with multiple choices – subjects to be covered include General Awareness, English Language, Quantitative Aptitude and Reasoning.
In Phase II exam, there will be three papers – English (writing skills), Economic & Social Issues, and Finance & Management/Economics/Statistics.
The final selection will be done based on the merit list.