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Mumbai candidates..1st July Ko DV. Mail received today.

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akshaykadam01
@akshaykadam01  ·  413 karma

I have been called on 2nd!

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Guys I bought the edutap 2019 course of RBI grade b complete course for phase1+2, 10days ago. It has complete videos, pdfs, summary sheets, to boost your concept chapter wise mcqs, excellent coverage of ESI and FM. This course also include complete SEBI GRADE A combo course. Bought for rs21k Will be sharing at rs4300 Wh Atsap or call - 6/2/0/1/5/3/9/8/4/2 Only serious aspirants

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Anyone leaving Insurance AO for RBI assistant?

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akshaykadam01
@akshaykadam01  ·  413 karma

Yes there are few including me

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Joining kab tak aa sakti hai koi update mila kya kisiko?

   
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amrit681
@amrit681  ·  76 karma

July first week aayega appointment letter

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djl0321
@djl0321  ·  40 karma

Pehle phir se pre joining formalities hogi, Uske baad btayenge woh ki kab join krna hain

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Anyone not joining from kan/lko region?

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Yeh Bond Amount Bharna Jaruri hain kya? Can't we breach the bond.

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mounikalapati
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I quit the software company in 2015. I breach the bond and I have epf number there. Is this will be a problem if I join in govt sector.

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mounikalapati
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Koi esic sso chod rha h kya rbi assistant ke liye ????

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Tryums
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@4satendra From 2012 till date 3795 assistants have been recruited. Out of them less than 1000 assistants have been promoted to Gr.A. From this you can easily calculate the promotion rate. Again around 2600 assistants are waiting to be Gr. A before you join as assistant. And another thing, Does RBI require 4000 Gr.A Officers ? From this you can infer your chance of quick promotion. The guy telling about saturation is right. RBI is speedily moving towards saturation.

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Atulkrishan
@Atulkrishan  ·  216 karma

Lol bhia apne man ki kro... God knows log kyu btane lgte ye kro wo nii data ar utha ke le aate...,....

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Few months back court gave verdict. Few weeks back anil agarwal said notification will be released soon. By the way he said it, I thought it might be released very next day.. He was so much excited about that.. But where the hell is notification ! Waiting for notification just like a farmer waiting for monsoon. No hope.. What's going on ? What's holding them to release notification ? Still how many months do they require ?

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Hazaarbaar
@Hazaarbaar  ·  522 karma

@Kendasampige Joining ke baad hi aa sakti hai warna nhi. Abhi cases chak rhe hain.

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Sanjayjr25
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anil agarwal also said that lic would recruit 8000 clerks within month , it has been 1 month now nothing is happening , he probably guessed it without any proof whatssoever

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Will there be any reserved list for RBI assistant??

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born2bbst
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There usually is

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 Purchasing Power Parity (PPP)
It states that the exchange rate of a currency with another (currency) is in equilibrium when their domestic purchasing power are equivalent at that exchange rate.
It means that a good should cost same in India and USA after considering the exchange rate of Indian Rupee (INR) and US Dollar (USD).
Suppose, the current exchange rate of Indian rupee to US Dollar is Rs. 60 perUSD (i.e., 1 USD = Rs. 60). Now suppose a laptop costs Rs. 60,000 in India.
According to the PPP theory, the laptop should cost USD (60,000 / 60) = USD 1,000 (considering the current exchange rate of these two currencies) to maintain parity in purchasing power of these two currencies.
But, it may happen that the actual market price of the laptop in USA is USD 800 (say) (equivalent to Rs. 48,000 in India). Therefore, there is an advantage of buying the laptop in USA at much less price than India (Rs. 12,000 less) (it means that the purchasing power is not in parity between these two currencies)
Indian consumers will go to the exchange office and sell their INR and buy USD, and then buy the laptop from USA. It will cause the Indian currency less valuablethan the US dollar.
The demand of laptop sold in India will decrease (since high price), and the priceof laptop will go down. In contrast, the demand of laptop in USA will increase, and the price will rise accordingly.
These factors will cause the exchange rate (of the currencies) and the prices (of laptops) to change such that there is purchasing power parity in both the currencies.
PPP theory tells us that the price differences between countries are not sustainable in the long run, as market forces will equalize prices between the countries and change the exchange rates accordingly.
(Relate the above example with companies that can buy goods in much less price from foreign countries and sell in much less price in India than its counterparts. For this reason, there are several laws or restrictions on imports and a provision of levying customs duty, etc.) 

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