Eligibility Criteria for RBI Grade B


Dear RBI GRADE B Aspirants

This year RBI changed the eligibility criteria for Grade B recruitment exams, plunging candidates in confusion and has left them surrounded with misinformation. We have received countless queries from candidates inquiring about various conditions in eligibility criteria for RBI Grade B 2015, prompting us to write this article focusing on different eligibility criteria for RBI Grade B examination.

The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has invited applications for filling up 134 Grade B officers posts for the year 2015. It is worth noting that RBI Grade B officers are paid highest salary in the category. (Checkout latest salary of all bank exams). This coupled with the prestige of working with one of the best central banks in the world has catapulted this recruitment exam to the top in the list of most coveted jobs in government/banking. Owing to this, every serious banking aspirant is eager to appear for this exam and make his/her dreams come true.

But the recent changes in the eligibility criteria of RBI Grade B has led to crashed dreams for many candidates. We will do a breakdown each eligibility criteria to answer all the queries we have received so far.

RBI Grade B Eligibility criteria #1: Origin

Applicants should be Indian citizen, citizen of Nepal/ subjects of Bhutan, persons of Indian origin who have migrated from Myanmar and Sri Lanka with the intention of permanently settling in India and in whose favour Eligibility Certificates have been issued by Government of India.

This means that if you are a person of indian origin from any country other than Myanmar and Sri Lanka, you are not eligible for RBI grade B. In certain special cases, people who have received Eligibility Certificates from Government of India are allowed to sit for the exam.

RBI Grade B Eligibility criteria #2: Age (as on 01/10/2015)

Candidates must be between 21 and 30 years of age for being eligible to appear for RBI Grade B Criteria. This means that the candidate must have been born not earlier than 02/10/1985 (30 years age) and not later than 01/10/1994 (21 years age).

Age Relaxation

a) For candidates possessing higher educational degrees like M.Phil. and Ph.D. qualification. The upper age limit for candidates possessing M.Phil.  will be 32 years and that for candidates holding a Ph.D. degree will be 34 years.

b) For candidates having experience as officers in Public Sector Commercial Banks/Financial Institutions and Reserve Bank of India, the relaxation would depend on the number of years of experience, subject to maximum of three years. What it means is, if a candidate has 1 year of work experience in RBI or any other public sector bank/financial institution, the upper age limit will be 31 years. Similarly for a candidate having 2 years of work experience the age limit would be 32 years and 33 years for a candidate with work experience of 3 years. Any candidate with more than 3 years of work ex, the upper age limit would be 33 years only. Probationary period will not be counted as experience.  

c) For OBC candidates the upper age relaxation is three years.

d) For SC/ST candidates the upper age relaxation is five years.

e) For Ex-employees of banking institutions whose services had to be terminated for reasons of economy or as a result of bank going into liquidation and personnel retrenched from Government Offices after at least one year’s service and currently registered with Employment Exchange the age limit is extended by five years. i.e. 35 years is the upper age limit

f) For Ex-servicemen (including Emergency Commissioned Officers/Short Service Commissioned Officers) provided applicants have rendered at least five years continuous Military Service and have been released on completion of assignment (including those whose assignment is due to be completed within one year). These ex-servicemen should not have been dismissed or discharged on account of misconduct or inefficiency or on account of physical disability or have been released on account of physical disability attributable to Military Service or on invalidment the upper age limit relaxation is again five years.

g) For Emergency Commissioned Officers/Short Service Commissioned Officers who have completed their initial period of assignment of five years of Military Service but whose assignment has been extended beyond five years and in whose case the Ministry of Defence issues certificates that they would be released on selection within three months from the date of receipt of offer of appointment the age limit relaxation is five years.

h) Candidates who had ordinarily been domiciled in Kashmir Division of the State of Jammu and Kashmir between 1st January, 1980 and 31st December, 1989 will get an upper limit age extension by five years.

i) For person with physical difficulty the upper age limit relaxation is 10 years for PWD(GEN); 13 years for PWD(OBC) and 15 years for PWD(SC/ST) candidates.

RBI Grade B Eligibility criteria #3: Educational Qualification (as on 01/10/2015)

Perhaps the most confusing criteria of all is the educational qualification. Starting from year 2015, only those candidates who have scored minimum of 60% marks or an equivalent grade in Bachelor’s degree as well as in 12th and 10th standard examinations will be allowed to sit for RBI Grade B recruitment examination. The minimum qualifying percentage or an equivalent grade for the Bachelor’s Degree will be in aggregate for all semesters/years. This means if in a three year course, the candidate scored 55, 60, 65 for first, second and third year respectively, the average marks for Bachelor’s degree come out to be 60%. The average would be considered only for semesters/years of Bachelor’s degree and not for 10th, 12th and Bachelor’s combined. Let us explain this point in depth below:

1) A candidate who has scored more than 60% in 10th, 12th and less than 60% in graduation is not eligible for RBI GRade B . We have to understand that RBI has specified clearly that you should have scored more than 60% in all three results (10th, 12th and bachelor’s degree). The higher percentage (more than 60% )awarded in any of three exams wouldn’t compensate for lower percentage(less than 60%) in other exam.

2) Similarly,candidates who scored more than 60% in graduation but less than 60% in 10th and/or 12th will not be eligible.

3) Candidates who are currently pursuing final year of graduation, are not eligible for sitting for RBI Grade B. You need to be a graduate on or before 1st October 2015.

4) Candidates with borderline scores such as 59.4 or 59.7 or even 59.9% in any of exam will not be eligible. Candidates need to have 60% or more marks for being eligible.

For Universities/Institutes/Boards which do not follow the percent system and instead award Aggregate Grade Points (e.g. CGPA/OGPA/CPI), they can either provide criteria for conversion of aggregate grade points into percentage of marks or follow the conversion stated below

Equivalent CGPA/OGPA/CPI or similar Aggregate Percentage terminologies allotted on a 10 point scale of Marks Aggregate percentage of marks
6.75 60%
5.75 50%


RBI Grade B Eligibility criteria #4: Number of attempts:

Last but not the least, the eligibility depends on number of attempts for RBI Grade B.

A candidate belonging general category, who have already appeared six times for RBI Grade B Phase-I Examination are not eligible to apply. However for candidates belonging to SC/ST/OBC/PWD, this criteria is not applied. That is they can give the exams unlimited times.

We hope the article solved your doubts regarding eligibility criteria for RBI Grade B recruitment examination. We understand we might have been unable to address all your queries, so please feel free to comment your questions in the comments section below and we will be more than happy to answer them.

  • ram

    Dear concern

    for rbi grade b officer

    I have secured 49.6% marks in high school with the total of six subjects hindi english sanskrit science maths and sst but when I excluded sanskrit my exact percentage is 50 so tell me I m eligible for that or not sanskrit was an additional subject

    • Vaibhav

      Hi Ram

      The percentage on the marksheet is the final percentage. You may be getting 50% after excluding sanskrit but it’ll not matter since on your marksheet the aggregate percentage is written which is less than 50%

  • Neetu bhojal

    Is the candidate eligible with 48 % in graduation belonging to sc.
    Please clearify it.

    • Vaibhav

      Hi Neetu

      For SC category the relaxation in RBI GRADE B is 50%. I’m sorry you are not eligible

      • Anuj


        • Vaibhav

          Hi Anuj
          As we have mentioned in the above article, relaxation for SC is 50%. So yes you are eligible

  • moni banerjee

    Cant I take best of 5 subjects from class 12 exam and apply ??.Please reply?

    • Vaibhav

      Hi Moni
      The final score of all the subjects that you appeared for in the 12th standard will be the one taken into consideration by RBI for your eligibility.

      • moni banerjee

        soo no chance.my class 10th percentage is 70.Btech 67%.but in 12 taking best of 5 60.40% and considering all subjects its 54%.Okay.thank u

        • Vaibhav

          Hi Moni

          There is no concept of best of 5. The final result on your marksheet of 12th standard will be taken into consideration for eligibility of RBI Grade B

          • moni banerjee


          • moni banerjee

            This concept of taking best of 5 subjects is not applicable anywhere or what??

          • moni banerjee

            Are you sure I am not eligible to apply for this post??

          • Vaibhav

            As per the information we have regarding RBI grade B, the marks in your final marksheet will count. You can check with RBI for clarification on best of five subjects.

        • pushpalata patnaik

          when I add pass percentage and hons percentage it comes to 59% where as only hons percentage is 61%

        • siddharth

          hi my graduation hons percentage is 65 but after adding pass papers total and hons papers total it comes to 59 % tell me if I am eligible or not

          • Vaibhav

            Percentage should be greater than 60 on the final marksheet

  • rakkesh bagha

    I want to know I scored 65% in tenth 67% in 12th and bcom hons papers with 61% can I apply for Rbi grade b

    • Vaibhav

      Yes you can apply for RBI grade B. You are eligible

  • Pratik

    I have 65% in last year engg. But aggregate is not more than 60%. My degree certificate shows first class. Can I apply?

    • Vaibhav

      It is clearly mentioned that score of graduation would be average of scores in all years/semesters. RBI won’t consider what is written on your degree but the aggregate of your score throughout engineering. If it is less than 60% you are not eligible for RBI Grade B

  • Rajesh V

    Is this exam tougher than IBPS PO?

  • harpreet

    I scored 62% in tenth 69% in 12th and I have a doubt about graduation please clarify my bcom hons papers are 61% but when I add pass percentage and hons percentage it comes to 59% and in my certificate written first class with distinction can I apply for Rbi grade b if yes how please explain

  • harpreet

    I scored 62% in tenth 69% in 12th and I have a doubt about graduation please clarify my bcom hons papers are 61% butwhen I add pass percentage and hons percentage it comes to 59% and in my certificatewritten first class with distinction can I apply forRbi grade b if yes how please explain

  • Nitesh

    I Scored 56.8% in 10th 59.6 in 12Th 59.9 in graduation and 66.62 in MBA and also from ST category I am eligible for RBI grade B

    • harpreet

      mba has nothing to do with Rbi exam grade b if you graduation is 55% or more u can apply

  • anand sharma

    I Have less than 60% in bcom. But,soon gonna a cost accountant(icwa course). Will I b eligible after being a cost accountant

    • Vaibhav

      Hi Anand

      You need 60% in graduation. ICWA is a diploma. It doesn’t counts in eligibility criteria for RBI Grade B exam

    • pushpalata patnaik

      I scored 62% in tenth 69% in 12th and I have a doubt about graduation please clarify my bcom hons papers are 61% butwhen I add pass percentage and hons percentage it comes to 59% and in my certificatewritten first class with distinction can I apply forRbi grade b if yes how please explain

      • Vaibhav

        What is the aggregate of all papers in bcom?

  • Shiv

    Plz clear as I have scored 52% in tenth, 62% in twelth and 68% in graduation. Can I apply?

    • Vaibhav

      Hi Shiv
      I’m sorry you cant apply for RBI grade B

  • Narinder

    Bhai doubts he ni Khtm hote logo k.. Jyada he seriously le liya hai kuch… :p

  • Tilak

    Hi there,
    Aftet the Bachelor in Scienc(B.Sc with 57%) i did one year Bachelor in Library science degree with 60 % marks, and my B.Lib marksheet says First Division.Can i apply for RBI Grade B???!

    • Vaibhav

      B.Sc marks will be counted. I’m afraid you are not eligible for RBI Grade B

      • Tilak

        R u sure? becoz my Bachelor in library science’s degree says” passed Bachelor in Library Science Degree Examination with First Class” plz confirm?

        • Vaibhav

          You said that its a one year degree. For bachelors degree the three years B.Sc. degree will be counted.

  • Tilak

    iHi Vaibhav ,R u sure? becoz my Bachelor in library science’s degree says” passed Bachelor in Library Science Degree Examination with First Class” plz confirm?

  • Varun Deep Shrivastava

    I have 53% in 12 class and 66 in 10% and b.e in 67%

    I am eligible for the exam or not ?

  • Rakesh

    I hv scored 48% in 10th
    56% in 12th
    and 56 in B.A
    and also belong to sc.
    can I apply.

    • Vaibhav

      Hi Rakesh
      You cant apply as your 10th percentage is less than 50%.

      • Pramod Mehra

        Nice work vaibhav __/\__

        • Vaibhav

          Hi Pramod

          Thank you. Keep checking out our bulletin for more updates.

  • Rakesh

    I hv scored 48 % in 10th
    56 % in 12th
    56 % in B.A
    also belong to sc
    can I apply..

  • Rakesh

    I hv scored 48 % in 10th
    56 % in 12th
    56 % in B.A
    and also belong to SC category
    can I apply

    • Vaibhav

      Hi Rakesh
      No you can’t apply for RBI Grade B since your 10th percentage is less than 50%.

  • malay dwivedi

    my percentage in graduation is less than 60 percent. but my percentage in PG are 60 percent.

    can i apply ??

    • Vaibhav

      Your graduation score is less than 60%, you are not eligible for RBI Grade B, same way a candidate with less than 60% in 12th/10th but 60+ in graduation is not eligible.


    Educational Qualification

    Candidate must have a Bachelor’s degree with at least aggregate of 60% or equivalent CGPA OR

    Second class Master’s Degree with minimum aggregate 55% marks or equivalent CGPA OR

    A Doctorate Degree with minimum aggregate 50% marks or equivalent CGPA OR

    Chartered/Cost Accountant/Company Secretary (ACS) with a Bachelor’s Degree OR

    A Post Graduate Diploma in Management or Masters in Business Administration qualification from a recognized institute with Graduation.

    • Vaibhav

      Hi Rahul

      Since your bcom percent is less than 60 and assuming you belong to general category you are not eligible for RBI Grade B.

  • Nitesh Rathore

    I Scored 56.8% in 10th 59.6 in 12Th 59.9 in graduation and 66.62 in MBA and also from ST category I am eligible for RBI grade B plzzz tell me

    • Vaibhav

      Yes Nitesh

      You are eligible for RBI Grade B as the eligibility is 50% for SC/ST candidates

  • ambujac

    sir i belonging to category(1).so it will be consider as under which group.

    is in sc/st (or)
    obc (or)
    in general group.
    plz reply me as soon as possible.


    • Vaibhav

      Category 1 as in? Please specify

  • Bharath

    Sir, my cgpa is 8.8 and my institute doesn’t have any system for conversion of 10 point scale to percentage. While applying should i write my ℅ as 88℅ or the calculation that RBI has given in the table I.e 8.8*60/6.75. Please clarify. Treat this as urgent.

    • Vaibhav

      Please use the calculation from the RBI guidelines. i.e. 8.8*60/6.75 for RBI Grade B

      • Bharath

        Thanks a lot for the info

        • Vaibhav

          your welcome

  • Dipti

    I am pursuing P.hd, I got first class in 10,12, b.sc, MBA. Only M.Sc. with 59.2 percentage marks
    , my age is 30 year’s 10 months. Am I still eligible for RBI grade B exam?

  • Saptarshee Baske

    Sir I have got 53% in class x in icse board. Am I eligible? And I belongs to ST.

    • Vaibhav

      Yes you are eligible for RBI GRADE B

  • nivetha

    hi sir..my 10th percentage is 57.09 and 12th is 62.1 and my ug % is 71.4.belongs to ob category.am i eligible sir ??

    • Vaibhav

      if you belong to OBC category, then you are eligible.

  • nishant

    I have 58 % in 12th and belongs to OBC category……….is there any relaxation in marks like SC/ST for OBC??
    am i eligible?

    • Vaibhav

      Yes Nishant for SC/ ST / OBC relaxation is till 50% for RBI GRade B

  • Neha

    sir…what is eligiblity criteria for jains…in rbi grabe b???
    does they comes under any relaxation?

    • Vaibhav

      No Neha there is no relaxation for Jain minority in RBI grade b

  • Neha

    okay…..thanks for the reply….

  • Rvnit

    sir tell me abt the syllabus for it…..
    I hv scored 90% in 10th
    92% in cbse 12 commerce
    83% in b.com general

  • suraj sharma

    I have a cgpa of 6.75 until 3rd year and in 7th sem sgpa was 7 but the final sem result is still awaited in b.tech
    can I sit in the exam???

  • suraj sharma

    I have 6.78 cgpa up to 6 seems and 7 in 7th semi and result of last sem is awaited can I give the exam

    • Vaibhav

      If result is awaited for last sem you can not apply for RBI grade B.

  • Mohit

    Hi I am a chartered accountant with more than 60% marks, however I am not a graduate. Am I eligible for grade B

  • mohit

    hi, i am a chartered accountant with more than 60% marks in aggregate. however i am not a graduate. am i eligible for RBI grade B

    • Vaibhav

      You can’t be CA without having a graduate degree. What was your percentage in undergrad

      • Amit Kiron Bhowmick

        One can complete CA after completion of 12th Vaibhav. Graduation is not required.

        • Vaibhav Mehta

          Agreed. Yes you can complete CA without having an undergrad degree. But CA is considered as a qualification. Not a degree and hence mohit cannot be eligible for RBI Grade B

    • Amit Kiron Bhowmick

      You are CA with 60% marks?? 60% marks in CA final is very unique. Lot’s of private organizations will pay u lots of money. U don’t need to appare for banking exams.

  • Shiva

    I have completed MS software engineering 5 yrs integrated PG course in VIT vellore with 85%. Am I eligible for rbi grade b exam this year..?
    Thanks in advance.

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  • Anbarasan

    My Cpga is 6.37 in degree…. Wat is my percentage… Pls tell me … I did both 12th and diploma … but in 12 percentage is 59% but in diploma 76% and 10th is 84%percentage …. Pls explain in detail… My category is SC… Instead of 12th Mark shall I mention diploma Mark…. ? Plz reply to my mail Id also…..

    • Vaibhav

      If your category is SC you can mention your 12th marks as the relaxation for SC candidates is 50%

  • Anbarasan

    Instead of 12 Mark shall I mention my diploma marks? Because bigot below60%in 12th and more than 60% in diploma… Pls reply

  • nani

    I am doing BE CSE final year. Can i apply after completing my course, I am eligible or over qualified for the course

    • Vaibhav

      Hi Nani
      There is nothing like being overqualified for RBI Grade B. You can apply next year after completion of your degree and 60% aggregate.

  • Akhil singh

    Hi! Vaibhav plz let me know whether I’m eligible for RBI grade B or not…. ?
    10th percentage-86
    12th percentage-83
    B.sc. Percentage- 58
    LL.B. 3 Years percentage -64
    category- General
    can i apply on the basis of my ll.b. 3 Years degree as bachelor degree ….

    • Vaibhav

      Yes you are eligible on the basis of your LLB degree! sorry for the late reply

  • ashita

    Hello sir,
    If I apply for RBI assistant exam but don’t appear for exam.Will it consider as an attempt?

    • Vaibhav

      Yes it would be counted as attempt

  • Shashikant Tayade

    Hello sir I m shashi i have 63% in 10th but 45% in 12th and 60% in graduation and belonging to sc,
    Please clearify it eligible or not..

    • Vaibhav

      You arent eligible as your 10th percentage is less than 50(relaxation for reserved categories is 10% on 60%)

  • Akhil Singh

    Dear vaibhav you didn’t reply my query ;-(

  • Rudra

    Sir i have 78% in 10th, in diploma 83% then in b-tech 79%.so am I eligible for rbi b grade exam as I have not done +2..?

    • Vaibhav

      Yes you are eligible as your diploma percentage is greater than 60.

  • Rudra

    Please reply as i m planning to prepare for next year rbi b grade exam??

  • Anoop

    Dear friend
    My SSLC % 75
    . plus two %71
    . degree 45%
    . PG 55%
    Am I eligible for RBI grade b exam??

    • Vaibhav

      Anoop Since your degree and PG aggregate is less than 60% you aren’t eligible for RBI grade B exam. But do not worry there are plenty of other exams you can apply. Please check the list here 10 Exams you can appear for in the upcoming year.

  • shadab

    sir, can a student who got more than 60% in B.tech, but he had got back in 1 paper(later he cleared that by giving supplimentary exam back).. is eligible or not?? his 10 and 12 is more than 60%.

    • Vaibhav

      If your overall percent (aggregate) is greater than 60% then you are eligible. This percent should be on your degree or final marksheet.

  • Mia

    Hey Vaibhab, I have more than 60% marks in both 10th and 12th but have only 57% in BSc. As far as I know, there is no relaxation in educational qualification for OBC candidates. Please clarify if that is true. I belong to OBC category so am I eligible?

    • Vaibhav

      No you arent eligible

  • Rajib Uzir

    I belong to ST category. I have completed 10 th with 58.4 and did Diploma in Mechanical engineer after 10 th with 59.37 marks. Also completed Degree in Mechanical engineering with 82.6 marks.
    My question is Am I eligible for RBI grade B job as I didn’t attained 12 std but did Diploma in mechanical Engineer after 10std.

    Hope for a favourable reply.

    Thank You
    Rajib Uzir

  • sonali

    i am from ST category i got 50 % in graduation.. am i eligible ?

  • rinki

    Hi sir
    I belong to general. I have 52.2%in tenth. 70%in 12th and 65%in btech from EC branch. Am I eligible for rbi grade b exam. Plz suggest me

  • rinki

    Hi sir
    I belong to general. I have 52.2%in tenth. 70%in 12th and 65%in btech from EC branch. Am I eligible for rbi grade b exam. Plz suggest me.

  • manisha

    I am 25 year old got 51% in 10th, 48% in 12th, 63% in graduation and 69% in post graduation. but according to the RBI notification I m not eligible for the post of Grade B officer. but If I apply for the post of RBI assistant, is there any possibility to get promotion in assistant to grade B officer with such marks? plz reply. I m very worried about it and waiting for year answer.. :-/

    • Vaibhav

      Hi Manisha
      In order to get promoted to RBI GRADE B officer you will have to appear for RBI Grade B examination. Your marks aren’t eligible for the examination. So even if you work the best in RBI Assistant there is no chance to get promoted. We are sorry. !

  • manisha

    plz tell me about the possibility of promotion.

  • sachin

    last year MBA candidate with second class was allowed to appear for exam but this year nothing has been mentioned about it. Can you clarify this? and please throw some insight on next year eligibility criteria also expected date of exam?

    Thank You

  • Susmita

    It is mentioned that one has to secure at least 60% marks in graduation.But does this include only honours paper or honours paper and general papers as well?

    • Vaibhav

      All papers.

  • Susmita

    can someone be eligible for the exam if he/she secures above 60% in the honours paper but less in all the three papers together?

  • nishant

    My cgpa is 6.7, my college does not provide any conversion formula but considers cgpa of 6 as first division.
    My marksheet says “A CGPA of 6 or above is considered greater than 60% that is first division, however institute does not specify any conversion formula.”
    Am I eligible for RBI?

    • Vaibhav

      Yes you are Nishant

    • anvesa singh

      whatever your cgpa may be multiply it with 9.5

  • anvesa singh

    I have been 74% in 10,85%in 12,58%in graduation (b.sc)& pursuing m.sc (previous)&bca result awaited of final.is I ‘m eligible for any posts.is their any age bar as I ‘m not 21.

    • Vaibhav

      Your graduation % is less than 60.

  • Madhavan

    I belonged PH-Ortho Locomotive Disability 40% but not OA,OL category..am i eligible to bank exams

    • Vaibhav

      Have you filled up RRC recruitment Madhavan? It was specially for PHD category. and yes you are eligible for every bank exam under PWD category.

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  • antisquad pank

    I believe this year educational qualification for RRB b grade officers should be 60 % or above in graduation only that’s it. Let’s C for good to go .

  • Suja nair

    f I am not wrong the notification said aggregate score in bachelor’s degree should be 60% … So if someone scores 65% in aggregate but in final year is 59% he should be eligible …what say vaibhav

  • Sanu Das

    Hi Vaibhav Sir,

    Please rply…

    I have 65% in class 10th
    I have 63% in class 12th
    I have 64% in Diploma
    Bt in degree, if i have 48% in 2nd yr and 51% in 3rd yr and 51% in 4th yr , combine aggregate is 50%, am i eligible for exam, as i belong to sc category.

    • Akshay Jain

      yes you are eligible.

  • Sanu Das

    Plz rply sir……

  • Amit Kiron Bhowmick

    I am b.com graduate from Calcutta University with 61 percent marks in honors paper. Calcutta University provide percentage only on da basis of honors paper. But apart from 9 honors paper there was also 7papers additional.(officially university didn’t include such marks in the total no. Calculation). But if i add those 7 paper, my parcentage is coming 55. Am i eligible??

    • Sameer Jain

      amit bro i too face same prblm as i did my graduation in honors paper in economics so only honors marks considered not all soo in that case wat i doo as in honors total i have 65% but when taken all 1 n 2 n 3 year i have 55% only soo am i eligible can u ell me too whom i can contact regardng this plz tell

  • Baiju J Nair

    Is graduation from distance mode is eligible as i got 89%in 10 ,82% in 12 th and 60.26% in graduation via distance mode ,sir am I eligible??

    • Akshay Jain

      Yes you are eligible

  • Akshay Jain

    what is your category

    • Amit Kiron Bhowmick


  • Biprodip Misra

    Hey, Amit even I have the same problem as I hv 61% marks in grad(honurs) but 54% in pass….so I called up Mr. Abhishek Sinha AGM of hr dept. RBI,Guwahati. He told me that u have to get 60% in your subject of graduation i.e. I did my honours in botany so I have to get 60% in botany, aggregate of all semesters. I hope it clears the confusion because this I received from the rbi hr dept.itself. best of luck

    • Amit Kiron Bhowmick

      Thanks a lot 🙂

    • Suvendu polley

      thanks for this information

    • Sameer Jain

      biprodip bro i face same prblm i have 65% in grad hons in eco but when considered all 1 n 2 n 3 year i have 55% only so am i eligible for grade b exam and plz tell too whom i should contact regaRDNG this plzhelp bhai soon

      • Biprodip Misra

        Yes sameer if u have honours then only honours marks will be considered

        • Sameer Jain

          dude can i get urr cell number orr urr email id plz share here i wanna talk abt u relating tob this if u dnt mind

          • Biprodip Misra

            Whatsapp nmbr…09126342432

        • Sameer Jain

          u can share urr email id here if u dnt mind bhai

        • Sameer Jain

          biprodip broo plz share urr email id here orr urr numberif u dnt mind its urgent broo

        • Sameer Jain

          biprodip bhai honrs marks kaunse i didnt get u

  • Jumi

    i have scored 60% in Post Graduation, 10th and 12th but graduation only 52%, Am I Eligible to apply??

    • Akshay Jain

      There should be at least 55% for sc st and 60% for UR

  • praveen

    Sir, i scored 64.9 GPA second class in engg am i eligible

  • Debashish Padhee

    sir i scored 79% in 10th and 53.13% in 12th and 6.5 cgpa in btech am i eligible i am general


      Generally the criteria is 60%, but the notification for this year is yet year.
      Let’s wait and hope if they do any changes this year

  • Vishal

    Hi Sir….I recently applied for RBI Technical Civil Grade B……I got 59.46% aggregate of all years……My category is OBC but I applied in Open category because there is no vacancy for OBC…….M i eligible for RBI since i got 59.46%?


      As per the notification, criteria is 60 or more

      Educational Qualifications (as on 01-04-2016):

      A Bachelor’s Degree in Civil Engineering or equivalent qualification with a minimum of 60% marks or equivalent grade in aggregate of all semesters/years. Aggregate Grade Point or percentage of marks were awarded would mean aggregate over the entire duration of the course.

      Still try once and contact RBI

      • Vishal

        m here preparing for an exam…….bad luck for me….:(
        Ya i will contact them….thanks…:)


          Don’t be disheartened Vishal
          at least Contact Them once.
          There can be a chance that they might allow you as well

          • Vishal

            I left msg to them….lets see what happens….:)))

          • AMIT CHAUDHARY

            Thats good.
            But try to contact them directly on phone

          • Vishal

            Okay Sir.

  • Jose

    I have 90 % in 10th……85% in 12th but 55 % in b tech but i did b.a history from madurai kamaraj in which i secured 65% …..Am i eligible for RBI grade B exam


      Yes you are.
      In the application form fill B.A. as educational qualification

  • messi kobor

    I’m an St student, I scored more than 70 percent in class 10 and 12 but I scored only 49 percent in ba economics. I know I’m not qualified with that mark but if I get more than 50 percent in my MA economics, will I be eligible to sit for rbi entrance exam?


      that will depend upon the upcoming notification as to what they specify.
      till then just wait and watch

  • meghana

    Hi sir, i took 5 years to complete my 4 year engineering degree due to a year back.will i be eligible for rbi b grade exam if my aggregate is above 65%


      Notification is yet to come for this year. lets see it first

  • pragya

    hello sir ,
    can i appear for rbi grade B examination in my 3rd year of graduation ? (ba economics honors is the course)


      Notification is yet to come for this year

  • Deepika sawlani

    sir m from pune university and my degree has percentage more than 60% but my aggregate is not 60%..so m i eligilble?


      overall it should be 60.
      How is it possible that only final year marks are on degree.
      what about remaining 3 years

      • Deepika

        Sir the degree of pune university for engg consists of percentage of only final year..so the aggregate is not taken into consideration..only the final year percent matters…so according to the final marksheet m I eligible?


          You have to confirm it with RBI then

        • Aishwarya Godse

          Hey Deepika, I have completed my engg from pune university and facing the same problem as yours. Did you confirm with RBI regarding same?

  • Kartikey Shukla

    i have 65% in my graduation but it is second class according to my university so as per notification first class degree is compulsory or just above 60 %…will i be eligible for this year’s exam ???


      60% is sufficient

    • Akshay Gangwal

      Hey I have the same exact question? Did you get the answer? What did you fill in the form first or second class?

  • addu addi

    I don’t have finance background I am graduating in pharmaceutical sciences(B pharm). am I eligible?



  • a K tiwari

    i have an experience of one and half year as a bank officer after excluding probation period my dob is 24081984 shall i eligible for current year vacancy?


      You may apply, Just Wait for the notification

  • Seema

    I am a qualified Chartered Account (CA) with 62 %
    Will I be eligible. Presently working in PSU Bank


      Wait for the notification Seema

  • Neha

    I am an obc candidate. I have above 60 percent in 10 and 12 but not in graduation. Do i need to have 60 in graduation for applying like the general candidates? Nothing is mentioned about obc students.

  • sowmya

    Hi. I am 31yrs old belonging to OBC category. Could you please let me know whether i am eligible for RBI Grade B? I have referred to 2015 notification, but they havent mentioned about 3yrs age relaxation for OBC. I am quite confused. Did OBC candidates claim 3yrs of age relaxation last year? Thanks in advance.


      The format is used for all the notifications. That’s why it is written this way

  • popinder

    if some one have less than 60% in graduation but more than 60% in masters degree, is he/she eligible for rbi exam

  • Sanjay Halder

    how much percentage for sc candidates in graduation is needed…????

  • Ravi Patel

    my graduation aggregate percentage is 59.67%. Am I eligible for the exam? or whether should i confirmed it with rbi??

  • Biprodip Misra

    For people who have confusion regarding eligibility let me make it clear..
    minimum 60% for general as well as obc
    minimum 50% for sc and st.
    In your ssc,hs as well as graduation seperately i.e.ssc- minimum 60%(50% for sc st)
    Hs- minimum 60%(50% for sc st)
    Grad- minimum 60%(50% for sc st)
    It cannot be average of these 3 years i.e.if u have less than 60%(50% for sc st) in any of these then you are not eligible to apply.
    Now coming to grad eligiblity
    You have to attain 60% marks in your subject of graduation only if you have honours paper. But for those who are simple graduates i.e. dont have honours they have to get minimum 60% in their grad.i.e.average of all papers in all 3 years should end up being minimum 60%.
    It applies to all for engg grad as well as those who have done distance education.
    I hope its helpful…best of luck

    • Sameer Jain

      broo how u come too know abt this rule of honrs as nthg is said abt this in notfctn at all abt honours
      i have compltd my graduation in bcom economics honours
      soo 60% i have too get in economics paper only
      means honours is of pre n final means prev n final kee hpnours kee economics paper mee only i have too get 60% aggregrate then wat abt 1 year of my bcom in that too i have eco subject soo usko count karoo yaa nai
      yaa fir sirf honours mee zho eco subject h mere sirf unko count karu plz tell that

      • Biprodip Misra

        If u have read my earlier comment then u would have known that i had a talk wid the dgm of hr dept of rbi guwahati about the eligibility criteria

  • Akshay Gangwal

    I have 64 % in engg but second class.Am i eligible?if i am what should i fill in form first or second class?

  • Santosh Kumar

    I’ve got 61.125% in my honours subject that include eight papers of my honours subject Economics in all three years. But my aggregate marks in all tree years is 58.6% that include 15 papers( 8 honour paper + 7 subsidiary and compulsory language paper. ). First class is written in my marksheet.

  • Rooney

    My marks in 12th are less than 50% but after 12th I have done diplomain electronics and secured 75%.i belong to sc category.all other criteria are satisfied by me .Is I’m eligible??