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Attention! IBPS RRB 2016 Admit Cards Out – Download Now

IBPS RRB Prelims Admit Card 2016

Attention all IBPS RRB aspirants! The Institute of Banking Personnel (IBPS) has released notifications for admit cards download for CWE RRB- V Officers Scale I and Office Assistant (Multipurpose) preliminary exam. The Officer Scale I examination is scheduled on 5th and 6th November 2016 and the preliminary examination for posts of Office Assistant posts is scheduled on 12th, 13th and 19th November 2016. The admit cards for Officer Scale I examination will be available till 6th November and for Office Assistant (Multipurpose) posts they will be available till 19th November. The first and foremost thing you need to do to download admit cards is to enter their registration no/ roll no and password/ date of birth. There will be no provision of posts and all the candidates will have to download their admit cards online.

The admit card would contain the following details:

  • Candidate’s roll number
  • Name of the Candidate
  • Examination Dates
  • Venue of the examination
  • Slots of the examination
  • Address of test venue
  • Candidate’s registration number
  • General exam oriented instructions
  • Name of the post which you had applied for

What are the details required for downloading the admit card? Well, there are a very few details required. All you have to do is just enter the registration number and date of birth/ password in the admit card login page.

IBPS RRB 2016 Admit Card: Points to remember :

  • Please make sure you attach a photocopy of your govt. id such as license, ration card, voter id, passport etc.
  • Please write your name, registration number, roll number and put your initials on the photo copy of the ID Proof.
  • An original photo ID proof such as passport/Adhar/PAN Card/Driving Licence/ Voter’s Card/Bank Passbook with duly attested Photograph/Identity Card issued by School or College/Gazetted Officer in the official letterhead in original as well as a self-attested Photocopy thereof should be carried by the candidate.
  • Please make sure you carry a recent passport sized photograph which should be identical to the one provided during registration.
  • Please attach the passport sized photograph in the designated place. Do not paste the photograph in any random place. Don’t staple the photograph.
  • Carry a photocopy of the admit card and staple it to the printout of the admit card. If possible, carry extra photocopies as well to be on the safe side.
  • Please submit a photocopy of Identity proof along with call letter to the invigilators in the examination hall. If you fail doing it, you will be disqualified for the test.
  • IBPS will not send you hard copies of the admit cards. You will only receive the soft copies of the admit card.

IBPS RRB 2016 Admit Card: Steps to download

Please follow the procedure given below to download the admit cards for IBPS RRB 2016 examination:

  • This page will provide you the direct links for downloading the admit card of IBPS RRB.
  • Two separate links for CWE RRB Office Assistant and for Officers(Scale- I, II and III)
  • Click on the respective links for which ever posts you have applied.
  • A login window will appear on your screen. Enter credentials such as registration no and date of birth or password.
  • Click on the submit button after entering all the details
  • Your IBPS RRB admit card will be displayed on the screen of your computer. Verify the details in the admit card before downloading it.
  • Download the admit card and keep it safely with you. Please make sure you positively carry it with you on the day of the examination.

Click here to Download Admit Card - IBPS  RRB  V Officer Scale-I Exam  (Prelims 2016)

Click here to Download Admit Card - IBPS  RRB  V Office Assistants (Multipurpose) Exam (Prelims 2016)

We hope that this article is helpful for you. Stay tuned for more updates. Good luck!


 

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IBPS RRB Assistant multipurpose, Officer Scale-I & II Study Plans & Strategy

IBPS has recently called the aspirant candidates for the recruitment of RRB assistant multipurpose for the post of officer for scale 1 and scale 2. The recruitments are done to post the deserving and qualified candidates in the public sector banks and the government financial institutes across the country. There are total 1650 posts available under different categories.

ibps rrb 2016

Before we jump to the plans and strategy to prepare for these exams, it is important to know the eligibility criteria.

RRB Officer Scale 1: Candidates who have degree from the recognized university and proficiency in any local language along with computer awareness can enroll for the scale 1 job. However the preference is given to those candidates who have degree in agriculture, horticulture, animal husbandry, engineering, management, law, economics and accountancy etc.

RRB Officer Scale 2:The recruitment authority has different eligibly criteria for officer scale 2 (general banking officer) as it seeks for the candidates having 50% of aggregate marks in graduation and the preference is given to those who have degree in banking, finance, agriculture, marketing, animal husbandry etc. For the Scale 2 (specialist officer), the candidate should have degree in electronics / communication / computer science / information technology and minimum 50% aggregate and one year experience. The candidate will have to thoroughly prepare for the professional paper.

Understanding the Exam Pattern and Topics Distribution

The candidates need to understand the exam pattern first for these recruitments. It will help them to understand how to allot time for different sections according to their score weightage. Let us undergo the basic sections of the pre level of assistant multipurpose, Officer Scale 1 and scale 2 (general banking officer) and find out the topic distribution in each section. We can understand the importance of topics in different sections which we find pervasive in all the three exams at pre level.

Reasoning Ability: This section comprise of the topics like seating arrangement, puzzle, coding decoding, coded inequalities, blood relations, syllogism, input output, alpha numeric series, data sufficiency, tabulation etc.

1. Scoring Topics: Puzzle, seating arrangement, syllogism, coding decoding are such topics that are highly scoring. The candidate may find them difficult but the best part is that these questions come with 4-5 sub questions based on one. You can invest your time in solving the puzzle by writing down in tables and similarly you can draw proper sequence of seating arrangement with right approach and fetch good marks.

2. Difficult Topics: The topics which have high difficulty level include input output, puzzle, coding decoding. You need to practice on these topics thoroughly before you go for exam. These topics need extensive exercise of brain on different types of questions as you cannot solve them with the blind stroke.

3. Practice Basic: Arithmetic Operations: Learning the multiplication tables, squares, cubes and tricks to do arithmetic operations fast will help you to solve the questions based on numeric series, coded inequalities and tabulation.

Quantitative Aptitude: This section comprise of the topics like data interpretation, permutation and combination, probability, ratio and proportion, mixture and allegation, profit and loss, percentage, discount, number system, sequence and series, time and work, time and distance, simple interest, compound interest, surds and indices etc.

1. Highest Scoring: The topics that can enable you to fetch highest marks include data interpretation, permutation and combinations, sequence and series, number system and simplification. The candidates must focus on the data interpretation as it alone contains 15 marks of questions.

2. Difficult Topics: Mixture and Allegation, Sequence and Series and Simplification are bit of difficult level and can take some time to solve. However regular practice and understanding of the concepts would help you to solve these questions on time.

3. Learn percentage table and arithmetic tricks: To tackle the quantitative aptitude the candidate should have strong hold over basic calculations. You can learn tricks of doing basic arithmetic operations in less time. And it is advisable that learning the percentage table, multiplication table would help the candidate to solve the high scoring data interpretation topic in least time.

English: This section includes topics like comprehensions, grammar topics like verb, noun, pronoun, preposition, vocabulary check through one word substitution, synonyms, antonyms, cloze test etc.

1. Highest Scoring: Reading Comprehensions and Cloze Test are the highest scoring topics and the candidate need to develop regular reading habit and work upon the grammar topics to fetch marks from this area.

2. Working upon Vocabulary: Learning the words from word bank that includes the type of difficult words asked in general competitive exams would help the candidate.

General Awareness: The section of general awareness includes the current affairs dealing with the economy of the nation, developmental policies, banking awareness, Indian constitution, budget, banking schemes. The thrust is mainly on the fiscal policies, banking sector and economy in this section.

1. Reading Newspaper: The candidate should read newspaper regularly and mainly focus on the business and economy section. Make sure you know the latest appointments made in the banking sector and finance ministry and other crucial ministries. Keep yourself abreast of the latest fiscal and national developmental policies introduced by the government.

2. Basic General Knowledge Magazines: The candidates can go through the general knowledge magazines for competitive exam and can learn the latest developments and appointments in the government and crucial institutions.

Computer Knowledge: In today’s digital world, it has become imperative for the government employees to connect with masses and perform regular functions through computer technology. And such skill is tested in the RRB exams by the recruiters.

1. Basic Computer Knowledge: Candidate must be aware of the hardware, software, basic computer programmes, and security tools and should also have decent knowledge of the computer such as history of computer, inventions in development of computer etc.

2. Latest Technology: The candidate should be aware of the latest developments in computer technology and new inventions being introduced such as new software, window programmes.

Smart Strategy to Crack IBPS RRB Exams

  • Practice Mock Tests Daily: It is important for the candidate to go through the mock tests regularly as it will enhance speed and will give strong control over solving the questions. The candidate should set the timer and solve each question within limited time however make sure you do this time bound practice only when you have strong grip over topics and you just need to pace up the speed.

  • Keep yourself Updated about Government Policies: The government schemes, especially in the banking and finance sector should be checked regularly. The policies introduced by the government also need to be checked.

  • Keep Updated about the banking rates: The candidate should know the latest rates as set by the RBI, like Cash reserve ratio, banking rate, repo rate, SLR, teaser rates.

Achieving Goal through Wise Study Plan

1. Refer to Previous Year Papers: It is basic to refer the previous year papers so that you can understand which topic has what weightage. It helps you to grow confidence and understand you own level of performance.

2. Check the Changed Trend in Other Exams: Being in present and analyzing the latest trend is the smart strategy. You must check if the government recruiters have brought any change in the pattern they ask questions in other exams, you can refer to present year question papers of other IBPS exams.

3. Precise Study: You must know what your goal is and accordingly you should hit on the mark. There is no point of understanding deep concepts and multiple theories if that is not required in exam. For instance, in quantitative aptitude you should know that most of the questions are asked on data interpretation and mainly from arithmetic section so you should not waste time on the advanced mathematics section and learning the formulae.

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IBPS RRB Officer Scale I Call Letters Out - Download Now

IBPS RRB Call letter out

Attention all IBPS RRB aspirants! The Institute of Banking Personnel has released the admit cards for Officer Scale I examination. The admit cards are available on the official website of IBPS.The candidates can login into the official website using credentials like registration number, Date of Birth or password to download their call letters.

The Admit card contains the following details:

  • Candidate’s name
  • Roll number
  • Examination timing
  • Venue of the examination

Please make sure that the information contained in the admit card is correct and relevant before carrying it to the examination.

IBPS RRB Officer Scale I: Significant Dates:

Important Events

Dates

Commencement of Call letter Download

18 - 10 - 2016

Closure of Call letter Download

06 - 11 - 2016

Preliminary exam for Officer Scale I

5 and 6 Nov 2016

Mains exam for Officer Scale I

11 Dec 2016

Date of interviews for Officers Scale I, II, and III January 2017

January 2017

IBPS RRB Officer Scale I: Procedure to download the call letter

Important points:

  • Please do carry the call letter, original and photocopy of photo identity proof on the day of exam.
  • On the day of exam or interview, if the candidate fails to have IBPS RRB Admit Card 2016 with him/ her, he / she will not be allowed to appear in the test or interview.
  • Photo identity proof must bear the same name as it appears in online application form and call letter.

Stay connected for more updates. Good luck!

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Call Letter for Pre-exam training of IBPS CWE RRB V Officer Scale-I released: Download Now

IBPS(Institute of BankingPersonnel Selection) Common Written Examination(CWE) Rural Regional Bank(RRB) V Officer Scale-I has released call letter for Pre-Exam Training for its Online Examination which are being to be conducted in December 2016.


Important Timelines:

Opening Date of Call letter Download:10th October 2016

Closing Date of Call letter Download:17th October 2016     

       

Questions To Be Asked:


1. How to download call letter?


Go through the link- Call Letter for Pre-exam Training . At login page, type the

Registration Number and Password / Date of Birth at the required places to download the Call Letter.


2. What should I do if there is lot of delay in accessing the page?


Please refresh the link and if still its not opening please try after 5 minutes.


3. Where to get the REGISTRATION NO. & PASSWORD?


At the time of Registration of your Application, you get your Registration Number, Roll Number and  Password.


4. My DATE OF BIRTH is rejected on login screen?


Please enter the DOB which you have mentioned in your Application form. And the date of Birth should be typed in DD-MM-YY format.


5. I am unable to login / screen displays the login failed message?


Please check your entries in login screen. Make sure that the DATE OF BIRTH you have entered is same as you entered at the time of registration and printed in the application print.

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Why should you prepare for RRB bank exams?

Why should you prepare for Bank RRB jobs?

Name a factor you seek from a job you are employed in apart from the associated benefits. There can be multiple answers for this. When it comes to choose an option between Rural Bank PO and Commercial Bank PO, which one would you choose? 

Let us take a look at some of the reasons why should you for RRB bank exams:

  • If you wish to get a posting near your native which will enable you to look after your family, nothing can be better than a job in regional bank.

  • The work load in case of a regional bank is relatively less as compared to a commercial bank.

  • You can contribute to the rural developments and these areas need intense attention when it comes to advancement and development.

  • The crowd in the regional banks will be relatively less as compared to commercial banks. This will allow you to focus on a customer at one time and provide him/ her with the best of services.

  • If you are well- acquainted with the local mass of your region, the environment would be rather friendly for you.

  • To become an officer in any of the 56 RRBs spread across various Indian states, you need to apply for the IBPS RRB common exam. This test is conducted to fill officer and office assistant posts

  • As India has a sizeable rural population, regional banks becomes their first point of access for banking activities. So, if you are a part of any regional rural bank at this stage, it would definitely bring you various growth opportunities – both inside and outside the organisation. A person who joins as a Scale I officer can get promoted to Scale II and III officer through promotion.

So, on a concluding note it can be said that having a job in a regional rural bank will prove to be a major staircase which will lead you to the floor of growth. Stay connected for more updates. We wish you Good Luck!

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IBPS RRB 2016 Examination : Efficient Preparation Tips

“The more effort you put in what you want to achieve, soon you will see it come true”

Examinations come in with a lot of surprises along with them. These include the revised pattern, types of questions asked etc. Students keep their fingers crossed and prepare the best to hit a home run. But always go for ‘preparation with the right attitude” instead of going for “just preparation”. So, get started and go for an “effective preparation strategy” with full swing. In this article, we give you some of the best tips for preparation of IBPS RRB and make you ace the examination.

IBPS conducts this examination to recruit candidates for posts and vacancies on an annual basis. The level of examination has gradually cropped up because of the peak competition and increasing aspirants. So, the candidates need to pull up their socks and prepare well to see their names in the “Successful candidates” list. After completion of the written examination, the candidates who will manage to clear the written examination will be called up for an interview.

IBPS RRB: Exam Pattern:

Name of Section

Marks allotted per section

Total number of questions in the section

Reasoning

50

50

Quantitative Aptitude

50

50

General Awareness

40

40

Hindi/English

40

40

Computer Proficiency

20

20

Total

200 marks

200 questions

  • The examination will comprise of questions from all the five sections.
  • Each question will be of 1 marks
  • The entire paper will comprise of 200 marks
  • The total duration of the examination will be of 2 and half hour
  • There will be deduction of 0.25 marks for every incorrect answer

Now, let us take a look at some of the important dates associated with IBPS RRB 2016 examination
IBPS RRB: Significant dates:

Significance

Important Dates

Online registration of IBPS RRB 2016 application

September 14, 2016

Last date of applying for IBPS RRB 2016 application

September 30, 2016

Edit/Modification of IBPS RRB 2016 Application by candidates

September 14 to 30, 2016

Download of call letters for Pre- Exam Training for Officer Scale-I

After October 10, 2016

Conduct of Pre-Exam Training for Officer Scale-I

October 17 to 22.2016

Download of call letters for Pre- Exam Training for Office Assistant

October 17, 2016

Conduct of Pre-Exam Training for Office - Assistant

October 24 to 29,  2016

Download of call letters for IBPS RRB 2016 Preliminary Exam

Officer Scale-I- October 2016

Office Assistant – November 2016

IBPS RRB 2016 Preliminary Exam

Officer Scale-I – November 05 & 06, 2016

Office Assistant- November 12, 13 & 19, 2016 (if required)

Result of Online exam – Preliminary

Officer Scale-I – November 2016

Office Assistant- December 2016

Download of Call letter for Online exam – Main

Officer Scale-I – November 2016

Office Assistant- December 2016

IBPS RRB 2016 Mains Exam

Officers (I, II & III) –  December 11, 2016

Office Assistant – December 18, 2016

Declaration of Result – Main (For Officers Scale I, II and III)

December 2016

Download of call letters for interview (For Officers Scale I, II and III)

December 2016

Conduct of interview (For Officers Scale I, II and III)

January 2017

Provisional Allotment (For Officers Scale I, II and III & Office Assistants)

February 2017

IBPS RRB Study plan: A Plan to get off a flying start

When it comes to clear IBPS RRB examination with a roaring success in spite of the cut-throat competition level, the only thing which can make us do it is “Smart preparation”. We suggest you a plan for the upcoming days (45 days) for the sections of Quantitative Aptitude, English and Reasoning which will you prepare with the correct approach:

Quantitative Aptitude:

Topics

Day

Data Interpretation

Monday

Section Test

Tuesday

Data Interpretation

Wednesday

Mixed questions on miscellaneous topics

Thursday

Simplification and Number Series

Friday

Quadratic equations

Saturday

Reasoning:

Topics

Day

Sitting Arrangement and Puzzle

Monday

Input/ Output and Data Sufficiency

Tuesday

Section test

Wednesday

Syllogism and Inequality

Thursday

Coding and Decoding, Series Alphanumeric

Friday

Logical Reasoning

Saturday

English Section:

Topics

Day

Reading Comprehension

Monday

Cloze test

Tuesday

Para jumbles and Gap Fillers

Wednesday

Spotting Errors and Sentence Improvement

Thursday

Reading Comprehension

Friday

Section test

Saturday

Let us go through some tips which will enlighten your preparation for IBPS RRB 2016 examination

  • Always go for a proper planning in your preparation. Proper planning is an essential part of a strategy for success.
  • Keep yourself updated with the daily and regular events in both national and international domain. The questions are often tricky which will require you to memorize all the basic concepts. So, make a habit of noting down what you read as it will help you to memorize the concepts.
  • Focus on all the sections individually as every section is equally important. Please note that you need to clear the sectional cut- off marks to clear the examination
  • Keep the general knowledge section on priority. It is probably the only section with “utmost uncertainty” as the questions asked and the pattern asked are extremely uncertain.
  • Make sure you adhere to “Efficient time management”. Time management is extremely important as it is the only factor to make your performance out of the box.
  • Revise all the topics and questions as revision will keep you freshly updated with the topics.
  • Practice the mock tests thoroughly as mock tests will make you practice and in turn, would enhance your level of accuracy.
  • Maintain good health. Good health is extremely important for a person to succeed in his/ her efforts.

We hope this article gives you some of the most effective preparation tips for IBPS RRB examination. Stay connected for more updates. Good luck!

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Exam Pattern of IBPS RRB 2016

IBPS(Institute of Banking Personnel Selection) RRBs(Regional Rural Banks) 2016 invites applications for the Various Posts. There are total 16560 vacancies. The online examination will be conducted  tentatively in November and December 2016. Eligible Candidates may apply online only from 14th September 2016 to 30th September 2016 and  There is Offline mode to fill the application form.

Exam Pattern:

Preliminary Examination (objective)*  for Office Assistant (Multipurpose):

Sr.

No.

Name of Tests

Medium of Exam

No. of Qs

Maximum Marks

Duration

1

Reasoning

Hindi/English

40

40

Composite time of 45 minutes

2

Numerical Ability

Hindi/English

40

40

Total

80

80

Preliminary Examination (objective)*  for Officer Scale-I:

Sr.

No.

Name of Tests

Medium of Exam

No. of Qs

Maximum Marks

Duration

1

Reasoning

Hindi/English

40

40

Composite time of 45 minutes

2

Quantitative Aptitude

Hindi/English

40

40

Total

80

80

  • Candidates (for both posts) have to qualify in both the tests by securing minimum cut-off marks. Adequate number of candidates in each category, depending upon requirements, will be shortlisted for Online Main Examination.

Main Examination (objective) for Office Assistant (Multipurpose):

Sr.

No.

Name of Tests

Medium of Exam

No. of Questions

Max. Marks

Total Time

1

Reasoning

Hindi/English

40

50

Composite Time of 2 hours

2

Numerical Ability

Hindi/English

40

50

3

General Awareness

Hindi/English

40

40

4 a

English Language

English

40

40

4 b

Hindi Language

Hindi

40

40

5

Computer Knowledge

Hindi/English

40

20

Total :

200

200

Main Examination (objective) for Officer Scale-I:

Sr.

No.

Name of Tests

Medium of Exam

No. of Questions

Max. Marks

Total Time

1

Reasoning

Hindi/English

40

50

Composite Time of 2 hours

2

Quantitative Aptitude

Hindi/English

40

50

3

General Awareness

Hindi/English

40

40

4 a

English Language

English

40

40

4 b

Hindi Language

Hindi

40

40

5

Computer Knowledge

Hindi/English

40

20

Total 

200

200

Single level Examination (objective) for Officer Scale-II (General Banking Officer):

Sr.

No.

Name of the Tests

Medium of Exam

No. of Qs.

Max. Marks

Time

1

Reasoning

Hindi/English

40

50

Composite Time of 2 hours

2

Quantitative Aptitude & Data Interpretation

Hindi/English

40

50

3

Financial Awareness

Hindi/English

40

40

4a•

English Language

English

40

40

4b•

Hindi Language

Hindi

40

40

5

Computer Knowledge

Hindi/English

40

20

TOTAL

200

200

Single level Examination (objective) for Officer Scale-II (Specialist Cadre):

Sr.

No.

Name of the Tests

Medium of Exam

No. of Qs.

Max. Marks

Time

1

Reasoning

Hindi/English

40

40

Composite Time of 2 hours and 30 minutes

2

Quantitative Aptitude & Data Interpretation

Hindi/English

40

40

3

Financial Awareness

Hindi/English

40

40

4a•

English Language

English

40

20

4b•

Hindi Language

Hindi

40

20

5

Computer Knowledge

Hindi/English

40

20

6

Professional Knowledge

Hindi/English

40

40

TOTAL

240

200

 Single level Examination (objective) for Officer Scale- III:

Sr.

No.

Name of the Tests

Medium of Exam

No. of Qs.

Max. Marks

Time

1

Reasoning

Hindi/English

40

50

Composite Time of 2 hours

2

Quantitative Aptitude & Data Interpretation

Hindi/English

40

50

3

Financial Awareness

Hindi/English

40

40

4a•

English Language

English

40

40

4b•

Hindi Language

Hindi

40

40

5

Computer Knowledge

Hindi/English

40

20

TOTAL

200

200

  • Candidates can opt either 4 a or 4 b.
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IBPS RRB 2016 Invites Applications for the Various Posts | Apply before 30th September 2016

IBPS(Institute of Banking Personnel Selection) RRBs(Regional Rural Banks) 2016 invites applications for the Various Posts. There are total 16560 vacancies. The online examination will be conducted  tentatively in November and December 2016. Eligible Candidates may apply online only from 14th September 2016 to 30th September 2016 and  There is Offline mode to fill the application form.

Vacancy Details:

Sr.No.

Name of the Post

No. of  Vacancies

Essential Educational Qualification

Age Limit

01

Officer Scale- III

198

Degree

21 to 40 years

02

Officer Scale- II(General Banking Officer)

1533

Degree

21 to 32 years

03

Officer Scale- I

5539

Degree

18 to 30 years

04

Office Assistant (Multipurpose)

8824

Degree 

18 to 28 years

05

Officer Scale- II (Specialist Officers - Information Technology Officer)

130

Degree from a recognised University in Electronics / Communication / Computer Science / Information Technology or its equivalent with a minimum of 50% marks in aggregate.

Desirable:Certificate in ASP, PHP, C++, Java, VB, VC, OCP etc.

21 to 32 years

06

Officer Scale- II (Specialist Officers - Chartered Accountant)

35

Certified Associate (CA) from Institute of Chartered Accountants of India

21 to 32 years

07

Officer Scale- II (Specialist Officers - Treasury Manager)

19

Certified Associate (CA) from Institute of Chartered Accountants of India or MBA in Finance from a recognized university/ institution

21 to 32 years

08

Officer Scale- II (Specialist Officers - Marketing Officer)

75

MBA in Marketing from a recognized university

21 to 32 years

09

Officer Scale- II (Specialist Officers - Agricultural Officer )

152

Degree in Agriculture/ Horticulture/ Dairy/ Animal Husbandry/ Forestry/ Veterinary Science/ Agricultural Engineering/ Pisciculture from a recognized university or its equivalent with a minimum of 50% marks in aggregate

21 to 32 years

10

Officer Scale- II (Specialist Officers - Law Officer )

55

Degree from a recognised University in Law or its equivalent with a minimum of 50% marks in aggregate.

21 to 32 years

Total

16560 vacancies

Important Timelines:

Sr. No.

Name of the Events

Tentative Timelines

01

On-line registration including Edit/Modification of Application by candidates

14.09.2016 to 30.09.2016

02

Payment of Application Fees/Intimation Charges (Online)

14.09.2016 to 30.09.2016

03

Download of call letters for Pre- Exam Training for Officer Scale-I

After 10.10.2016

04

Conduct of Pre-Exam Training for Officer Scale-I

17.10.2016 to 22.10.2016

05

Download of call letters for Pre- Exam Training for Office Assistant

After 17.10.2016

06

Conduct of Pre-Exam Training for Office Assistant

24.10.2016 to 29.10.2016

07

Download of call letters for online examination – Preliminary

Officer Scale-I- October 2016 Office Assistant – November 2016

08

Online Examination – Preliminary

Officer Scale-I - 05 & 06.11.2016

Office Assistant- 12, 13 & 19.11.2016 (if required)

09

Result of Online exam – Preliminary

Officer Scale-I – November 2016 Office Assistant- December 2016

10

Download of Call letter for Online exam – Main

Officer Scale-I – November 2016 Office Assistant- December 2016

11

Online Examination – Main

Officers (I, II & III) – 11.12.2016

Office Assistant - 18.12.2016

12

Declaration of Result – Main (For Officers Scale I, II and III)

December 2016

13

Download of call letters for interview (For Officers Scale I, II and III)

December 2016

14

Conduct of interview (For Officers Scale I, II and III)

January 2017

15

Provisional Allotment (For Officers Scale I, II and III & Office Assistants)

February 2017

Application Fees:

(a) For Officer (Scale I, II & III):

-              Rs. 100/- for SC/ST/PWD candidates.

-              Rs. 600/- for all others

(b) For Office Assistant (Multipurpose):

-              Rs. 100/- for SC/ST/PWD/EXSM candidates.

-              Rs. 600/- for all others

How to Apply: Click me

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