Who is an RBI assistant?
An RBI assistant is a clerk whose duty is to serve regional offices and various departments of RBI. They usually assist officers by maintaining records, ensuring financial stability, replying to emails, etc.
An RBI assistant can achieve a considerable career depending on his/her skills and ability to clear exams and tests.
There are various tests conducted by RBI which helps them to become an RBI officer.
A person will be eligible to appear for these tests only if he/she has completed 2 years of service as an RBI assistant.
Opportunities for promotion are provided every 2 years where an assistant can grab the opportunity and become a Grade-A Officer.
RBI assistants need to clear a written exam first. After clearing the test, RBI will also consider their seniority, reputation, and experience before promoting them.
A candidate can also pass the CAIIB or JAIIB test organized by IIBF (Indian Institute of Banking &Finance) to become a Grade-A Officer. However, to be eligible for this exam, the person must have either a postgraduate or a graduate degree.
This is the career growth that a candidate can achieve while serving as an RBI assistant: