The RBI Assistant Scorecard 2020 is one of the primary documents to be carried by the candidates for the next round. The scorecard is generally made available within two weeks of the release of the exam results for the candidates' reference.
It contains individual scores obtained in each subject followed by an overall scores. It also gives an idea about the cut-off, allowing students to know where they stand in the competition. As the RBI plays a vital role in the Development Strategy of the Government of India, obtaining a job opportunity to work for RBI would be an exceptional honor.
However, RBI has rolled out the RBI Assistant Mains scorecard 2020. Candidates who appeared for the RBI Assistant Mains 2020 exam, can now check their marks through the direct link provided below.
The RBI exams are conducted in four phases – Phase 1 Exam, Phase 2 Exam, The Language proficiency test, and finally the Interview. The scorecard is a very important document, and the candidates are advised to keep them safely until the selection process is completed. The RBI Assistant Score Card 2020 Important Dates are mentioned below:
RBI Assistant Online Examination – Prelims
February 14th 2020
February 15th 2020
RBI Assistant Prelims Result 2020
March 3rd 2020
RBI Assistant Phase 1 Scorecard 2020
March 14th 2020
Last date to download the scorecard
June 13th 2020
RBI Assistant Online Examination – Mains
November 22nd, 2020
RBI Assistant Phase 2 Scorecard 2020
June 01st, 2021
Last date to download the scorecard
November 30th, 2021
The following details are printed on the scorecard.
The following are the steps to download the RBI Assistant Score Card 2020
Make sure you check the scorecard for any discrepancies. Download the same and take at least two copies for further references.
For those who have successfully scored the minimum qualified marks in the RBI Assistant Clerks exams, will receive their RBI Assistant Phase 2 Call Letter. Once the candidates finish their Phase 2 exams, within a few days, they will be expected to take up the Language Proficiency Test. Once Phase 2 and the Language Proficiency Test results are announced, the qualifying candidates would then be called for the Interview. The Phase 1 Exam, as well as the Phase 2 Exam Scorecard, will have all the above-mentioned details. It can also be downloaded by following the above-mentioned steps.
The Reserve Bank of India has released the RBI Assistant Reserve List 2020. The posts are released for the position of RBI Assistant. RBI Assistant Reservation List specifies the complete details of job posts that are announced for the reserved category applicants such as Other Backward Class (OBC), Scheduled Tribes (ST), Scheduled Castes (SC) and Economically weaker sections (EWS). The Reserve Bank of India has also released the RBI Assistant Reserve List 2020 post wise and category wise. Reserved category candidates must submit supporting documents that prove their candidature under the chosen reserved category. Such candidates will be subject to separate eligibility and relaxation age limit as per the Reserve Bank rules.
The Reserve Bank of India has declared the definite number of posts for various roles. Altogether, there are a total of 926 vacancies for RBI Assistant Post.
Below table points to the total number of posts announced category wise by the Reserve Bank of India for the Reserved Categories.
Category-Wise RBI Assistant Reserve List 2020
RBI Assistant Reserved Vacancies
The table below will give the applicants all data about the age relaxation for the applicants who belong to the RBI Assistant Reserve List 2020. The candidates must check the age relaxation limit applicable to them before applying for the RBI Assistant Examination.
RBI Assistant Age Relaxations for Reserved Categories
Scheduled Tribe (ST)/ Scheduled Caste (SC)
Other Backward Classes (OBC)
Persons with Disabilities (PWD)
13 years (OBC), 10 years (GEN/ EWS) and 15 years (SC/ST)
Disabled Ex-Servicemen/ Ex-Servicemen/
The original period of service furnished in the defence forces +3 years ( it is 8 years for Ex-Servicemen Disabled and belonging to ST/ SC) governed to the highest age limit of 50 years
Divorced Women/ Widows
Somebody with Domicile of Jammu & Kashmir during the period of 1-1-1980 to 31-12-1989
Persons afflicted over 1984 riots
Applicants having work experience in the Reserve Bank of India
The Reserve bank of India has not put any restriction on the number of attempts for the exam; they do not have any specific number of attempts till now. But, the candidates of the reserved category have to meet the other terms which are mentioned above.
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Ans: The RBI Assistant exams are conducted in shifts. This will lead to a variation in the levels of difficulty of the exam. Therefore the RBI follows a concept of normalisation of marks. According to this, based on the level of the exam, marks scored by each candidate in each and every section are standardised so as to normalise the marks for all. This allows all the candidates to have a fair chance to compete for the vacancy.
Yes. The RBI Assistant exam scorecard shows sectional cut off.
If a candidate scores well in Phase 2 but does not score the minimum needed in the Language Proficiency Test, then the candidate's candidature is cancelled, and he/she shall not be called for the Interview.
Although there is no rule that the scorecard should be presented in the Interview, it is advisable to save them till all the selection process is completed.
You can find the direct link to download the RBI Assistant Phase 1 Scorecard 2020 on our website.
The table below makes you understand about the cut off marks for the previous year.
72 – 77
60 – 69
55 – 65
The candidate who belongs to the reservation category should score a minimum of 50% in his/ her bachelor’s degree.
Candidates who belong to OBC have to pay Rs 450/- and candidates who fall under ST/ SC/ PWD/ EXS category have to pay Rs 50/-.
Yes, the Paper remains the same for all the candidates. The difference will be only in cut off marks and other disciples.
No, the RBI Assistant vacancies differ for every category and for every post.