Reserve Bank of India-RBI
Last Date: 2017-08-11
Officer in Grade ?B?- Communication job recruitment in Reserve Bank of India (RBI) .
Name Of Post : Officer in Grade ?B?- Communication
Number of post: One
Qualifications: Minimum Graduation with first class (Equivalent to 60%) (preferably in Economics) and a Degree or Diploma in Journalism or Mass Communication or Public Relations of minimum one year duration conducted by reputed institutes, preferably affiliated to / recognized by a reputed University.
Experience: Minimum 3 years? experience in Journalism / Media preferably in economic / financial reporting OR in Public Relations preferably with banks, financial institutions, financial sector regulators.
Age (As on 01/07/2017): Between 26 and 35 years. No relaxation to any category.
Selection Procedure: Selection will be through interview only. A preliminary screening of the applications will be carried out by the Screening Committee, if necessary, for making a short-list of eligible candidates to be called for the interview/s.
Application Fee And Intimation Charges:
1.SC/ST/PWD - Intimation Charges only - Rs.100/-
2.GEN/OBC - Application fee including intimation charges - Rs.600/-
3.STAFF@ - Nil - Nil
Fee/Intimation charges waiver is only for those employees of RBI (Staff Candidates) who satisfy the eligibility criteria separately stipulated by the Bank vide its circular CO. HRMD. No. G-75/ 5599/ 05.01.01/ 2013-2014 dated December 20, 2013. Their status as staff candidate will be verified at the time of interview. In case they are not eligible to be treated as staff candidates (in terms of above referred HRMD circular), they are advised to indicate themselves as non-staff candidates and pay fees/ intimation charges as applicable to non-staff candidates.
Hiring Process : Written-test
Job Role : HR / Admin
The Reserve Bank of India was established on April 1, 1935 in accordance with the provisions of the Reserve Bank of India Act, 1934.The Central Office of the Reserve Bank was initially established in Calcutta but was permanently moved to Mumbai in 1937. The Central Office is where the Governor sits and where policies are formulated.Though originally privately owned, since nationalisation in 1949, the Reserve Bank is fully owned by the Government of India.