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Reserve Bank of India (RBI) Recruitment 2021: 241 Posts of Security Guards

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Reserve Bank of India (RBI) Recruitment 2021: 241 Posts of Security Guards.




The Reserve Bank of India has published a notification regarding filling of the post of security guards in various offices of the bank. Read full news here.


Vacancies:


Total 241 vacancies announced.


Eligibility:


(a) The candidate should have passed 10th Standard (S.S.C./Matriculation) from recognized State Education Board or equivalent. Ex-servicemen who have passed the qualifying examination from outside the recruitment zone either before or after leaving the military service are also eligible.


(b) In addition to the above, the candidate should be a resident of the State/UT coming under the Regional Jurisdiction of the Recruitment Office to which he is applying (Refer Annexure III).


(c) The candidate should be an undergraduate as on 01 Jan 21. Graduates and candidates possessing higher qualification are not eligible to apply.


(d) Although matriculate Ex-servicemen with 15 years of experience are considered as “Graduates” they are eligible to apply.


(e) The qualification as claimed by the candidate must have been entered in Soldier’s Discharge Book and supported by valid documents. (f) Bank reserves the right to call for documents in support of residential status of the candidate.


Age:


Between 25-45 Years (Relaxation as Per Government Rules).


Important Dates:


Starting Date of Online Application - 22 Jan 21.


Closing Date of Online Application - 12 Feb 21.


How to Apply?


1. Candidates are requested to read full notification before applying for the post. Official website as mentioned below:


rbi.org.in


2. Register online as per steps given in official notification.


3. Keep one copy of online application form for future reference.

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