RBI Recruitment 2020 for 39 Specialist, Consultant, Analyst, and Other Posts Apply Online!

Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has informed 39 Recruitment Experts, Specialists, Analysts under RBI Recruitment 2020. All qualified and interested candidates can apply online prior to the last date, i.e. 29.04.2020. Further information As education requirements, age limits, selection process, application fees and how to apply, relevant links, RBI syllabus, admission cards, grades, previous papers are given below at www.elivejobs.com.

RBI Recruitment 2020 for 39 Specialist, Consultant, Analyst Vacancies @ rbi.org.in

Name of Organisation  Reserve Bank of India (RBI)
Name of post
Specialist, Consultant, Analyst
Number of Post 39 Post
Work Type Maharashtra Govt Jobs
Employment Location Maharashtra(Mumbai)
Date to start 09-04-2020
Last date of submission 29-04-2020
Registered Site 

The details of the RBI Recruitment 2020 Notification are provided here. Candidates can check the eligibility requirements, the relevant dates and other important information in this article.

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As per the official notification, The Bank will continue the selection process starting from 9 April to 29 April 2020.

RBI Recruitment 2020: Vacancy Details

  • Consultant – Applied Maths – 3 Posts
  • Consultant – Applied Econometrics – 3 Posts
  •  Economist – Macroeconomic Modelling – 1 Post
  • Data Analyst/MPD – 1 Post
  •  Data Analyst/ (DoS- DNBS) – 2 Posts
  • Data Analyst/ (DoR-DNBS) – 2 Posts
  • Risk Analyst/ (DoS- DNBS) – 2 Posts
  •  Risk Analyst/DEIO – 2 Posts
  • IS Auditor – 2 Posts
  • Specialist in Forensic Audit – 1 Post
  • Accounts Specialist – 1 Post
  • System Administrator – 9 Posts
  •  Project Supervisor – 5 Posts
  • System Administrator – 6 Posts

Recruitment is conducted to fill 39 vacancies for RBI Specialist, Consultant, Analyst. From which 3 job vacancies are for Specialist-Applied Mathematics, one for Economics professor-Macroeconomic Data analysis, 3 for Consultant-Applied Economics, one for Data Analyst / MPD, 2 for System Analyst/(DoS-DNBS), 1 for Information Analyst/(DNBS)for Risk Analyst/(DoS-DNBS), 2 for Data Analyst/(DoR-DBR), 2 for Risk Analyst/(DEIO), 2 for IS Auditor, one for Forensic Audit Specialist, one for Account Specialist, 9 for Accounting Consultant.

Educational Qualification

Reserve Bank of India Officials have made it clear that they are accepting applications from applicants who have completed either 
their Postgraduate degree, B.E, B.Tech, M.E, M.Tech, CA, ICWA, MBA, MCA from any recognized college or university in India, as qualifications.

Age Limit

The age of the applicants must be as per the law. See Official Notification for specifics of age relaxation.

Pay Scale Salaries

The selected applicants will receive As Per Guidelines from an organization.

Selection Process

Selection will also be done as per performance throughout the interview.

Application Fee

Please visit the official notification.

Important Dates

  • submissions of applications for RBI Recruitment 2020: 9-04-2020.
  • Last date of submission of the application form for RBI Recruitment 2020: 29 -04-2020.

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Important Links

RBI Official Notification Download Now
Online Application Link Click Now


Reserve Bank of India,
Mumbai Regional Office,
Shahid Bhagat Singh Road,
Fort, Mumbai – 400001

About Reserve Bank of India (RBI)

The Reserve Bank of India was founded on 1 April 1935 under the terms. The Branch office of the Reserve Bank was founded in Calcutta but was finally moved to Mumbai in 1937. The seat of the governor and legislators is the main office. Although it is privately owned since its nationalization in 1949, the Reserve Bank is wholly owned by the Government of India. 

The specific characteristics of the Indian economy, including its socio-economic characteristics, require the Reserve Bank to work with multiple objectives. Regulation, supervision, and growth of the financial system remain within the valid context of monetary policy that has been commonly understood in India. The role of communication policy is, therefore, to express the hierarchy of priorities in a given context in a straightforward manner, underlining the consultative approach as well as the autonomy of political operations and the alignment with other elements of macro-economic policy.

Exchange of capital markets and settlements. 
The Reserve Bank has worked to develop stable, secure and diversified financial system to improve financial stability and promote the effective transmission of monetary policy. 
The Reserve Bank also pursues operational goals as part of its key role of issuing banknotes and currency management, as well as representative roles, such as the management 
of bank accounts (government/centerand the management of public debt; the banker of the banking system, including the supervision of bank reserves and the lender of last resort.

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