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July 04, 2019

Confirmed : IBPS RRB Bank Exams to be held in 13 Local Languages

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Friends, now it is confirmed. Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman, today, announced that from now onwards,  the Banking recruitment examination for Regional Rural Banks (RRBs), which is conducted by Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS), will be held in 13 regional languages other than English and Hindi.

The IBPS and Other Banking examinations will now be conducted in the following local languages :
  1. Assamese
  2. Bengali
  3. Gujarati
  4. Kannada
  5. Konkani
  6. Malayalam
  7. Manipuri
  8. Marathi
  9. Odia
  10. Punjabi
  11. Tamil
  12. Telugu 
  13. Urdu

The proposal for conducting bank exams in local languages was raised by G C Chandrasekhar of the Congress through a Zero Hour mention last week. He said that all kinds of banking exams like the Indian Banking Service examination and other recruitment tests should be held in local languages like Kannada language alongside English and Hindi for the convenience of local aspirants.

Voicing the opinion about 'Conducting Bank Exams in Local Languages' a hashtag  '#ResolveIBPS' is also being on trend in twitter. 

Responding to him, Sitaraman said that the matter is of serious concern and she will look into the matter soon. With in one week, she confirmed that the government has decided to conduct banking exams in local languages too.

"With a veiw to provide a level playing field & to expand employment possibilities for local youths, it has been decided that examination for direct recruitment of officers (Scale-I)& Office Assistant in RRBs will be conducted in 13 regional languages in addition to English & Hindi," she said in Loksabha.

This change shall be implemented from from IBPS CWE RRB VIII 2019 onwards.

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Check below video to watch Nirmala Sitarama's Announcement about conducting IBPS Bank Exams in 13 Local Languages.

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