Age Limit Raised to 30 Year For RRB Officers Scale-I Posts
ensure fair selection process in regional rural banks ( RRB), the government
today said the Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS) will handle all
direct recruitments for these banks.
The government also raised the age limit by two years to 30 for candidates
applying for officers scale-I posts.
The government was receiving various queries from candidates, RRBs and NABARD
regarding some shortcomings in the recruitment process, the Finance Ministry
said in a statement.
In this regard, the government has made "improvements" for making the
recruitment process smooth.
"IBPS will now handle all direct recruitments for RRBs in different posts /
scales including the conduct of interviews and issue of final result.
"So as to ensure fair selection process, the interview Boards have now been
made independent of the bank management and would be decided by IBPS in
consultation with NABARD," it added.
The Common Written Examination for recruitment of Office Assistants
(Multipurpose), Officers Scale-I, II and III in RRBs is being conducted by IBPS.
The release further said the candidates will now indicate their choices for
the RRBs and the local language proficiency would be checked at the time of
"The upper age limit for Officers Scale-I has now been raised
from 28 years to 30 years to make it in consonance with that for Public Sector
Banks...The candidates between the age group of 28 and 30 years will now be able
to apply for the post of Officer Scale-I in RRBs," the Ministry said.
Courtesy: The Economic Times