When will the notification of IBPS RRB 2022 be released?

IBPS RRB will issue a recruitment notification in June 2022 for Group “A” Officers (Scale-I, II, and III) and Group “B” Office Assistants (Multipurpose) in numerous Regional Rural Banks. The online registration for IBPS RRB will most likely begin in July. Interested and qualified applicants should apply by the deadline. Both Office Assistant (Multipurpose) and Officer positions are open to applicants. They are only eligible to apply for one position in the officer’s cadre. If applying for both positions, the individual must complete a separate application form which is also available on the official website.

 

IBPS RRB 2022 Important Dates

It is possible to complete the online registration process or make changes to the application form. July 2022
Payment of the application cost over the internet July 2022
For Officer Scale-I Pre-Exam Training, call letters can be obtained. August 2022
Dates for Officer Scale-I Pre-Exam Training August 2022
For Office Assistant Pre-Exam Training, call letters can be obtained. August 2022
Exam date for Office Assistant Pre-Exam Training Aug to Sept 2022
For the online exam, call letters can be downloaded. August 2022
Online Examination date September 2022
The result will be declared on October 2022
Call letters for interviews will be available to download. November 2022
The interview process tentative conduction date Nov/Dec 2022
Allotment (in Provisional mode) January 2022

The difficulty level for the IBPS RRB exam normally ranges from basic to moderate. In order to prepare the best for the IBPS RRB 2022, aspirants should refer to the preparation methodologies and syllabus for the exam.

Eligibility Criteria

  • Nationality: Candidates are required to be citizens of the following nations: Nepal, Bhutan, India, or neighbouring Pakistani countries. The candidate could Tobe a Tibetan immigrant.

Office Assistant

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Any Stream with Applied State’s Local Language

Officer Scale I

  • Assistant Manager: Bachelor’s Degree in Any Stream with Applied State’s Local Language

Officer Scale-II Manager

  • General Banking Officer: Bachelor’s degree in any field with a minimum of 50% marks and two years of work experience.
  • IT Officer: With 1 year of experience, a bachelor’s degree in electronics, communication, computer science, or information technology is required.
  • CA: 1-year experience as a Certified Associate (CA) from the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India.
  • Law Officer: A Bachelor’s Degree in Law with at least 50% Marks and a 2-Year Advocate Practice.
  • Treasury Manager: CA or MBA in Finance with 1-Year of Experience
  • Marketing Officer: MBA in Marketing with 1-Year of Experience.
  • Agriculture Officer: Degree in Agriculture, Horticulture, Dairy, Animal Husbandry, Forestry, Veterinary Science, Agricultural Engineering, or Pisciculture with a minimum of 50% marks and two years of experience is required.

Officer Scale-III

  • Senior Manager: Bachelor’s degree in any field with a minimum of 50% marks and five years of work experience.

Age Criteria

Post Age Limit
Office Assistant 18-28 Years
Officer Scale I
Assistant Manager 18-30 Years
Officer Scale-II Manager
General Banking Officer 21-32 Years
IT Officer 21-32 Years
CA 21-32 Years
Law Officer 21-32 Years
Treasury Manager 21-32 Years
Marketing Officer 21-32 Years
Agriculture Officer 21-32 Years
Officer Scale III
Senior Manager 21-40 Years

Age Relaxation

Category of Candidates Age Relaxation
OBC Up to 3 years
SC/ST Up to 5 years
Ex-servicemen (Both abled and disabled) 5 years
Disabled Persons Up to 10 years
Women (Divorced/ Widow) Up to 9 years

Application Fee

Post General/UR category SC/ST/PWD category
For Office Assistant (Multipurpose) Rs 600/- Rs 100/-
For Officer (Scale I, II & III) Rs 600/- Rs 100/-

Selection Process

Step 1: Preliminary Examination

  • Candidates for the jobs of Officers Scale I and Office Assistants (Multipurpose) must take the Preliminary Examination.
  • Candidates must additionally pass both tests by achieving the minimum cut-off marks.
  • Depending on the requirements, candidates in each category will be shortlisted for the Online Main Examination.

Step 2: Main Examination

  • Only those applicants who passed the preliminary examination will be eligible to take the Mains Exam.
  • The Officers and Office Assistant (Multipurpose) Mains Exam will be worth 200 points.
  • Only those who apply for the position of Office Assistant will be given a provisional allotment (Multipurpose).
  • For the position of Officers Scale I, candidates who pass the Mains Examination will be invited to an interview.

Online Examination

  • Those applying for Scale-II (Generalists and Specialists) and Scale III will take a single online examination.
  • Candidates who were shortlisted in the single examination will be invited to a Common Interview.

Step 3: Interview (for officer post only)

  • For general candidates, the minimum qualifying marks in the interview will be 40%, while for SC/ST/OBC/PWD class candidates, it will be 35%.

Conclusion

Candidates must wait until at least June 2022 for the formal announcement. However, they can refer to the details from 2021 because we don’t expect much to change in the 2022 announcement. 

By Arslan Shah

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