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RBI Assistant 2020 Mains Exam Today i.e 22 November, Saturday: Get Last Minute Tips to score high in Exam; Check Exam Rules

Reserve Bank of India (RBI) will be conducting the RBI Assistant 2020 Mains exam tiday i.e on 22nd November 2020 Sunday, to fill a total of 926 vacancies to the post of Assistant-2019. Candidates who have been declared passed in the RBI Assistant Prelims 2019-2020 exam will be appearing for the Mains examination to get shortlisted for the Language Proficiency Test. Qualifying the RBI Assistant 2020 Mains exam could be a bit challenging for candidates, considering the high competition level. For the ease of candidates, we have provided here some best last minute tips that will help candidates in brushing up their preparations to score high in the exam. Also, have a look at the exam instructions and rules to be followed on the day of examination amid the COVID-19 pandemic. The RBI Assistant Mains exam will be conducted online, comprising a total of 200 questions from five sections – Reasoning, English Language, Numerical Ability, General Awareness and Computer Knowledge. Each section carries 40 marks and there is separate sectional timing for each. Candidates should be well prepared to appear for the Mains examination. So, go through the last minute preparation tips given below and revise accordingly for the exam. Candidates should be well aware of the latest exam pattern for the RBI Assistant Mains 2020 exam. We have listed below the detailed structure of the exam below. Candidates should be well aware of the latest exam pattern for the RBI Assistant Mains 2020 exam. We have listed below the detailed structure of the exam below:

Section

Total Questions

Marks

Time Allotted

Reasoning

40

40

30 minutes

English Language

40

40

30 minutes

Numerical Ability

40

40

30 minutes

General Awareness

40

40

25 minutes

Computer Knowledge

40

40

20 minutes

Total

200

200

135 minutes.

The exam will contain objective multiple choice questions (MCQs)

-Questions will be set bilingually in English & Hindi languages, except for the English Language section

-There will be a sectional timing for each section, as mentioned above

-Candidates need to score cut off marks in each section individually as well as overall cut-off

– There will be sectional timing of each test or subject

– There is a negative marking of 1/4th marks for a wrong answer. We have listed down the important topics of RBI Assistant mains examination of all sections – Reasoning, English Language, Numerical Ability, General Awareness and Computer Knowledge. Have a look:

ReasoningPuzzlesInference-basedAlphabetical SeriesFigure SeriesWord FormationVenn DiagramAnalogyCoding-DecodingDirection and DistanceBlood RelationsVerbal reasoningNon-Verbal ReasoningSyllogism
English LanguageReading ComprehensionPunctuationPhrases and IdiomsFill in the BlanksSpelling ErrorOne word SubstitutionSentence CorrectionRearrangement of SentencesError DetectionSynonyms & Antonyms
Numerical AbilityData InterpretationNumber SeriesAlgebraApproximationSimplificationPercentageSI & CISpeed, Distance and TimeAveragesRatio and ProportionProfit & LossTime and WorkProblem on AgesMensurationTrigonometryGeometry
General AwarenessStatic General KnowledgeCurrent AffairsGeneral ScienceHistoryGeographyEconomyPolitySportsImportant SchemesPeople in NewsAwardsBanking AwarenessBanking termsFinancial Institutions
Computer KnowledgeInternet & WebMS OfficeNetworkingDatabase ManagementSecurityOperating System
The RBI has notified a few exam rules to be followed by all candidates mandatorily on the day of examination, i.e., 22nd November 2020. These exam rules and instructions are the preventive measures against the COVID-19 pandemic. Have a look:
– Reach the exam centre as per the reporting time mentioned on your admit card. Entry to the exam centre will be provided on the basis of this time slot only to ensure social distancing.
– Candidates should carry all these items to the examination centre:

Candidates should carry all these items to the examination centre:

  • Face Mask; candidates compulsorily need to wear a mask
  • Gloves
  • Personal water bottle (transparent)
  • Personal hand sanitizer (50 ml)
  • A ball point pen and ink stamp pad

– Candidates will not be allowed to share their personal belonging with anyone

– Maintain safe social distance among each other at the centre

– It is must for every candidate to install AarogyaSetu App on their mobile phones. Candidates need to display AarogyaSetu status at the entry point. Best Of Luck From The Tripura Post

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