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RBI Recruitment for Security Guard 2021: 241 vacancies

By Priyanka Verma 
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RBI Recruitment for Security Guard 2021: 241 vacancies

The Reserve Bank of India has released a notification to fill 241 vacancies for the post of security guards in various offices of the bank. RBI has opened the online application window for the same till 12 February 2021.

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The online application window has been opened. Before filling the online application form candidates must check the eligibility criteria and other important information regarding this recruitment. Interested candidates can fill the online application form before 12 February 2021 by visiting the official website of RBI.

.Application Fees:

Candidates have to pay an Application Fee to successfully submit their application form. Candidates applying for this recruitment shall pay this application fee before 12th February 2021.

.Intimation charges (Non- Refundable)- Rs. 50/-
.For Staff candidates- No Application Fee

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.Eligibility Criteria:

Interested candidates must check the eligibility criteria before filling the online application form. If the candidate does not meet any aspect of the criteria mentioned, then his candidature will get canceled.

.Age Criteria:

Minimum Age Limit
General – 25 Years
SC/ST- 30 Years
OBC- 28 Years

Maximum Age Limit
The upper age limit of 45 years is uniformly applicable to candidates belonging to all categories inclusive of reserved candidates.

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Educational Qualification:

.The candidate should have passed the 10th standard from a recognized state education board or equivalent.
.The candidate should be an undergraduate graduate as of 1 January 2021.
.The qualifications that will be claimed by the candidate must have been entered in the soldier’s discharge book and supported by valid documents.

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