RBI Assistant Prelims 2020: The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) Assistant prelims 2020 exam has begun and will be conducted through February 14 and February 15. The exam will be conducted for the recruitment of a total of 926 candidates for Assistant posts.

The exam, which will be conducted online, has three stages – the preliminary test, main exam and language proficiency test. Those who clear the prelims will have to appear for the RBI Assistant Mains 2020 which is scheduled to be conducted next month, in March.

Here’s what to keep in mind:

-The RBI Assistant Prelims 2020 will be conducted through online mode at respective exam centres.

-It is mandatory for candidates to carry their admit cards to the exam centre, without which they will not be allowed to enter the exam hall.

-Questions would be available in both English and Hindi. There is 1/4th or 0.25 marks negative marking for each wrong answer.

-The RBI Assistant Prelims consists of 100 objective type questions of 100 marks in total. Candidates will be allotted 60 minutes in total. The questions are divided into three sections: reasoning, numerical ability, and English language.

-Shortlisted candidates will then appear for the main examination of 200 marks (200 objective type questions) under a time limit of 135 minutes.