RBI JE Result 2021 or RBI Jr Engineer Result 2021 at opportunities.rbi.org.in – Check RBI JE Cut Off Marks for Civil, Electrical Exam Merit List.
The Reserve Bank of India has recently conducted the online exam for Junior Engineer (JE) post. The RBI Junior Engineer Result has been made available on its official website that is opportunities.rbi.org.in. For the exam held on March 8, 2021, the RBI JE Result has been announced on July 2, 2021.
RBI Junior Engineer Results 2021
|JE Electrical||Check Here|
|JE Civil||Check Here|
RBI had advertised the recruitment of Junior Engineer (Civil) and Junior Engineer (Electrical) posts during February 2021. The registration period was from 2nd February to 15th February 2021. Basic pay of ₹21,400/- per month shall be paid to the finalized candidates.
rbi.org.in Junior Engineer (Electrical, Civil) Exam Result & RBI Cut Off 2021
|Recruiter||Reserve Bank of India|
|Selection Process||Online Exam + Language Test|
|RBI J.E Exam Date||8th March 2021|
|RBI JE Result announcement||announced on July 2, 2021|
|Official RBI Website||www.rbi.org.in|
Although the Reserve Bank hasn’t assigned any particular date for the declaration of the Jr. Engineer Exam results but seeing the history of the bank, it can be safely assumed that the RBI JE 2021 result may be announced in June month. Once the RBI Jur Engineer (Civil, Electrical) result is available, we shall provide you with a direct link for checking this.
The selection, as mentioned in the official notification, shall be purely made on an online exam & LPT basis. The RBI JE cut-off/merit list marks will vary as per the aspirant’s category. Apart from the category, there are multiple factors that affect the RBI Junior Engineer Exam cut off marks such as the number of aspirants, level of the questions, and negative marking, etc.
The candidates who clear the online examination by securing the required marks need to go through a language proficiency test (LPT). The language proficiency test shall be hosted in the Official/Local Language of the particular RBI zone. Aspirants who aren’t proficient enough in a particular language would be marked as disqualified.