II. Security Guard: Pay Scale: Security Guards will draw a starting basic pay of 10940/- per month on the scale of 10940-380 (4)-12460- 440(3) -13780-520(3)-15340-690 (2)-16720- 860(4) – 20160 – 1180 (3)- 23700 (20 years) and other allowances, viz: Dearness Allowance, House Rent Allowance, Local Compensatory Allowance, Transport Allowance, Personal Fixed Allowance, Shift Allowance, Special Functional Allowance, Special Allowance (I), Grade Allowance, Washing Allowance, etc. as admissible from time to time. At present, the initial monthly Gross emoluments for Security Guards are approximately ₹27,678/- including House Rent Allowance @ of 15%.
II. Security Guard: Candidates are required to apply only online using the website www.rbi.org.in from January 22, 2021 – February 12, 2021.
2. No other means/mode of application will be accepted. Detailed instructions for filling up online applications are available which is available on the Bank’s website www.rbi.org.in.
3. The applicants are advised to submit only a single application; however, if due to any unavoidable situation, if the candidate submits another/multiple applications, then the candidate must ensure that the application with the higher Registration ID (RID) is complete in all respects like applicants’ details, examination center, photograph and signature, fee, etc.
4. The applicants who are submitting multiple applications should note that only the last completed applications with higher RID shall be entertained by the Bank and the fee paid against one RID shall not be adjusted against any other RID.
5. Full text of the advertisement is available on the Banks’ website https://www.rbi.org.in/ and is also being published in the Employment News/ Rozgar Samachar. The application can only be submitted online through the Bank’s website www.rbi.org.in. No other mode of submission of application is available or acceptable.
2. Applications that do not contain the full particulars/incomplete applications are liable to be rejected.
3. Attested copies of certificates regarding educational qualifications, Identification details, age, work-experience, Medical Council registration, caste, etc. should be enclosed with the application form.
4. If the candidate is working as a Medical Officer for any institution, the details thereof and working hours therein should also be indicated. Terms and Conditions of Contract 1. To attend to the Bank’s dispensary as per the prescribed duty hours (or for a longer period as may be necessary) excluding Bank holidays except days declared as holidays for purposes of half-yearly closing and annual closing subject to the condition that the dispensary will not be kept closed for two successive days. The Bank may use the services of the BMC beyond the duty hours as mentioned above, depending on the necessity. The Bank reserves the right to use the services of BMC at its other dispensaries. 2. To give advice, prescribe medicines and administer injections free of charge to the members of staff including touring/ training/ trainee staff of the Bank, their family members including dependent parents, and also to the retired employee members/their spouses who are members of the Medical Assistance Fund Scheme (MAFS) referred to as visitors who present themselves during the prescribed time (the timings and/or duration may be changed as and when considered necessary by the Bank). a) The BMC shall be available for consultation at his/her private clinic in urgent cases in respect of employees of the Bank at any time and charge as per Bank’s Schedule of charges. This Schedule of Charges which is applicable to the Staff/Officers of the Bank would be made available to the BMC on request. 3. To provide the facilities referred to in paragraph (2) above to the relatives of employees who have been permitted to reside with them in the Staff/Officers Quarters and facilitate recovery of charges (as per Bank’s prescribed rate) from the concerned employees for credit to the Bank’s account. 4. To perform duties similar to those of a General Medical Practitioner irrespective of whatever post-graduate or other medical qualifications he/ she may possess/acquire in future. It shall be the BMC’s responsibility to ensure that the qualifications he/she holds or acquires in future do not restrict him/her in any manner from rendering the services required of a General Medical Practitioner. a) However if as per any stipulation of the Indian Medical Association, the qualifications that are held/ acquired by the BMC, as the case may be, come into a conflict with the Bank’s requirement to work as a General Practitioner, he/she shall be required to ensure that no liability or responsibility on this account devolves on the Bank under any circumstances and the BMC shall indemnify and keep indemnified the Bank at all times against the same. Under such circumstances, the liabilities of the BMC will be that of an independent contractor and not that of an agent of the Bank. 5. In addition to the above, duties at the dispensary includes the following: (i) Treatment of minor and major illness for which the employees and their dependents may call upon the BMC. (ii) Treatment of emergency cases brought to the dispensary or in the Departments or in the Bank’s premises or outside the Bank’s premises and refer to appropriate Hospitals whenever called upon to attend, even when such necessity arises outside normal working hours. (iii) Administration of all types of injections – The responsibility for administering all types of injections rests with the BMC for any untoward reaction. As a rule, administration of injections by the Pharmacists in BMC’s absence is discouraged. The BMC will be required to train the Pharmacists to administer the routine and simple type of injections when work is heavy. (iv) Important dressings and minor surgeries are to be handled only by the BMC. If he/she is convinced that the Pharmacists have the requisite competence, routine dressings may be handled by them. (v) In case of Cardiovascular or other major emergencies and accidents, the BMC should accompany the patient to the hospital, if he/ she is available at the location.
6. To visit any member of the Bank’s Staff staying in the Bank’s Quarters/ leased accommodation whenever required to do so by the Bank and submit a report on their health. For such visits, a visit fee will be paid as per the Bank’s schedule of charges.
7. To issue certificate in support of leave availed by the employees of the Bank on the medical ground wherever necessary and countersign the certificates produced by the employees from other qualified medical practitioners, after satisfying about the genuineness of the case.
8. To attend to the officers and members of their family at their residence when required by them and will be entitled to charge them a visit fee or consultation fee, as fixed by the Bank having regard to the local conditions. Such visit fee/consultation fee, so fixed, will be inclusive of charges for administration of injections, etc. No other charges shall be levied by BMC for such visits.
9. If and when required to do so, the BMC will certify in such forms as may be prescribed by the Bank from time to time as to state about the health and/or fitness for service of any employee or any prospective employee who may be selected for appointment at any Office of the Bank.
10. To issue order forms (prescribed) on the approved chemists of the Bank for the supply of special/costly drugs or injections required for curative purposes to the Bank’s staff and forward copies thereof to the Bank for payment of the relative bills.
11. To use the BMC’s good offices/contacts for securing hospital facilities in case any employee of the Bank or their family (for indoor Hospitalization under Direct Settlement Facility) requires it.
12. To inspect the office premises/Quarters once a month and report whether they are kept in a sanitary and hygienic condition.
13. To do prophylactic inoculations for typhoid, etc., and vaccination for small-pox whenever necessary. 14. To submit an annual report as of the 30th June in the prescribed form on the general health of the Bank’s staff.
15. To ensure proper storage of medicines and their distribution as well as maintenance of all necessary records for the purpose.
16. To advise on drug indents, and to counter-check the drug stock-balance and consumption.
17. To give professional opinion including the reasonableness of the cost of treatment pertaining to the various items of medical claims as and when they referred to the BMC.
18. To assist the Establishment Section/ HRMD in scrutinizing the medical claims to arrive at their admissibility.
19. To decide the reasonableness of the period of stay of the employees in ICU / prolonged hospitalization. 20. To consult with the employees after Annual Health Check-Up.
21. To interact with the Specialists of multi fields attached to various hospitals.
22. To monitor the patients intending to take treatment from any other center by way of a direct settlement facility.
23. The BMC shall be authorized to call for a meeting of other BMOs/MCs for any operational/administrative purpose.
24. To attend to any other work assigned by the Bank from time to time relating to the administration of Bank’s Medical Facilities Scheme and Medical Assistance Fund Scheme including dispensary facility as are generally performed/required to be performed by a General Medical Practitioner.
25. For the services rendered by Bank’s Medical Consultant, the remuneration is fixed at ₹1000/- per hour for the three years of the contract. The fixed remuneration is payable on a monthly basis and out of the total monthly remuneration so payable, a sum of ₹1000/- per month will be treated as conveyance expenses. Further, reimbursement of Mobile Charges at the rate of ₹1,000/- per month will be provided. The Bank’s Medical Consultant will not be eligible for any superannuation benefits viz. Pension, Provident Fund or Gratuity, etc. No leave, perquisites/facilities would be admissible. If required to attend to the Dispensary on any public holiday, compensation @ ₹1,000/- per hour shall be paid. Taxes on the income would be deducted at source as per extant rates and Government notifications. No other facilities/perks will be payable to BMC.
26. In the event of the BMC absenting from duty, he/she shall be required to make substitute arrangements of doctor/s acceptable to the Bank viz., in terms of qualification and experience at his/ her own risk and cost.
27. The BMC will be under the administrative control of the Chief General Manager, Reserve Bank of India, Belapur Office, Navi Mumbai – 400 614.
28. The BMC shall be required to adhere to the code of conduct given in Annex -III.
29. The contract will be valid for a period of three years from the date of coming into force of the contract subject to acceptance of the above terms and conditions and adherence to the code of conduct of the Bank as given in Annex-III.
30. The engagement is purely contractual and is on an hourly basis. No claim shall lie for regular employment on that basis at any stage or for pay and perks payable to regular employees of the Bank.
31. OBC category candidates should have a valid certificate that he/she do not belong to the creamy layer.
32. Engagement of OBC candidates on a contract basis is provisional and is subject to submissions of Certificate of Caste Validity claim/ Income and Asset certificate as the case may be, from the competent authority by the candidate. If the candidate fails to submit a Certificate of Caste Validity/ Income and Asset certificate or if the verification reveals that the claim to belong to Other Backward Class or not to belong to ‘creamy layer’, is false, the services of such candidate shall be terminated forthwith without assigning any further reason and the Bank reserves the right to take such legal action as it may deem fit. 33. The Bank reserves the right to review the rate of remuneration from time to time and alter the duty hours and location of the dispensary at its discretion in case it becomes expedient to suit administrative and operational requirements.
II. Security Guard: Candidates can apply for a vacancy existing in one office only, under which jurisdiction (refer Annexure III) they are resident as on the date of application and accordingly, will have to opt for the online test from a center within the states/UTs under the regional jurisdiction of that office. For example, a candidate residing in the state/UT of Gujarat/Daman and Diu can apply only for vacancies existing in the Ahmedabad office and opt for a center under the jurisdiction of the Ahmedabad office.
(ii) Candidates need not submit /send application printouts or copies of any other certificates at the time of online application to the Bank. Their candidature will be considered on the strength of the information declared in the application. If at any stage, it is found that any information furnished in the online application is false/ incorrect or if according to the Bank, the candidate does not satisfy the eligibility criteria, his candidature/ appointment is liable to be canceled/ terminated.
(iii) All educational qualifications should have been obtained from recognized Boards/ institutions in India. If grades are awarded instead of marks, candidates should clearly indicate their numerical equivalent.
(iv) Candidates should satisfy themselves about their eligibility for the post and the Bank shall not entertain requests from candidates seeking advice about their eligibility to apply.
(v) Date of birth as recorded in School Leaving Certificate/ Transfer Certificate/Certificate of Domicile/ Birth Certificate issued by Municipal Corporation will only be accepted as proof of age.
(vi) Canvassing in any form will lead to disqualification.
(vii) Candidates will have to visit Bank’s website for downloading call letters of online test and an intimation to that effect will also be sent through email/SMS. Once the candidate clicks the relevant link, he can access the window for call letter download. The candidate is required to use (a) Registration Number/Roll Number, (b) Password/Date of Birth for downloading the call letter. The candidate needs to affix a recent recognizable photograph on the call letter preferably the same which was provided during registration. The candidate must appear at the test center with (a) Call Letter (b) Photo Identity Proof as stipulated in clause (xiii) and call letter. Original Photo Identity Proof may be brought along with a photocopy.
(viii) The candidates will have to appear for the exam at their own cost.
(ix) CANDIDATES REPORTING LATE i.e. after the reporting time specified on the call letter for Test will not be permitted to take the test. The reporting time mentioned on the call letter is prior to the Start time of the test. Though the duration of the test is 80 minutes, candidates may be required to be at the venue for about 3 to 4 hours including the time required for completion of various formalities such as collection and verification of biometrics, various requisite documents, etc.
(x) Documents relating to Age/Qualification/Category etc. will have to be submitted at the time of the Physical test by the candidates called for Physical Test. Caste certificate submitted by candidate seeking reservation as SC/ST/OBC in the prescribed proforma from the competent authority should clearly indicate the candidate’s caste, the Act/Order under which the caste is recognized as SC/ST/OBC, and the village/town the candidate is originally a resident of. For submitting an income and asset certificate by the EWS candidate, the date may be treated as the closing date of receipt of applications for the post.
(xi) Candidates seeking age relaxation are required to submit copies of necessary certificate(s) at the time of the Physical Test.
(xii) A declaration is required to be submitted in the prescribed format by the candidate seeking reservation as OBC, that the candidate does not belong to the creamy layer as on date of Physical test/specified date. The OBC certificate containing the non-creamy clause should have been issued on or after 1/01/2020.
(xiii) In the test hall as well as at the time of the Physical Test, the call letter along with a photocopy of the candidate’s currently valid photo identity such as Aadhar card with a photograph /PAN Card/ Passport/ Driving Licence (only Permanent)/ Voter’s Card/ Bank Passbook with photograph/ Photo identity proof issued by a Gazetted Officer on official letterhead/ Photo identity proof issued by a People’s Representative on official letterhead/ valid recent Identity Card issued by a recognized college/ university / Employee ID/ Bar Council Identity card with photograph should be submitted to the invigilator for verification.
(xiv) The candidate’s identity will be verified with respect to his details on the call letter, in the Attendance List, requisite documents submitted, and biometric data verification (depending on feasibility). If the identity of the candidate is in doubt the candidate may not be allowed to appear for the Online Test, in Physical test, and subsequent stages of the selection process.
(xv) The Biometric data of a candidate may be verified at the time of the Physical Test or in a subsequent selection procedure to establish the identity of the candidate. In case the biometric data of the candidate do not match with the one taken at the examination center (first time), the candidate shall be disqualified and his candidature shall be treated as canceled. The Bank will not entertain any correspondence in this regard.
(xvi) The Bank would be analyzing the responses (answers) of individual candidates with those of other candidates to detect patterns of similarity of right and wrong answers. If in the analytical procedure adopted in this regard, it is inferred/ concluded that the responses have been shared and scores obtained are not genuine/ valid, The Bank reserves right to cancel the candidature of the concerned candidates and the result of such candidates (disqualified) will be withheld.
(xvii) In all correspondence with the Bank, the Registration number received on submission of application and Roll no. indicated in ‘Call Letter’ must be quoted.
(xviii) In all matters regarding eligibility, the conduct of tests, Physical test, assessment, prescribing minimum qualifying standards in online test and Physical test, in relation to a number of vacancies and communication of result, the Bank’s decision shall be final and binding on the candidates and no correspondence shall be entertained in this regard. (xix) The possibility for occurrences of some problem in the administration of the test cannot be ruled out completely which may impact test delivery and/or result from being generated. In that event, every effort will be made to rectify the problem, which may include shifting the candidates to the other centers or conducting another test if considered necessary. The decision of the Bank in this regard shall be final. Candidates not willing to accept such change shall lose their candidature for this exam.
(xx) Mobile phones, pagers, or any other communication devices are not allowed inside the premises, where the test is being conducted. Any infringement of these instructions shall entail disqualification including a ban from future tests. (xxi) Candidates are not permitted to use or be in possession of calculators on test premises.
(xxii) Candidates are advised in their own interest not to bring any of the banned items including mobile phones/ pagers to the venue of the test, as an arrangement for safekeeping cannot be assured. (xxiii) Candidates are required to follow the extant COVID-19 protocol/guidelines issued by the Government of India. The Candidates in their own safety and for the safety of others may wear a personal face mask carry their own hand sanitizer (small size) in a transparent bottle and water bottles. (xxiv) The Bank will not furnish the mark-sheet to candidates. However, the online test marks may be available on the Bank’s website after the declaration of the final result.
(xxv) The post is also open to the employees of the Bank (staff candidates) who satisfy the eligibility criteria and they will be eligible for age relaxation. Part-time employees of the Bank will not be treated as staff candidates.
(xxvi) Any legal proceedings in respect of any matter of claim or dispute arising out of this advertisement and/or an application in response thereto can be instituted only in Mumbai and courts/ tribunals/ forums at Mumbai only shall have sole and exclusive jurisdiction to try any cause/dispute.
(xxvii) The candidate’s admission to the test / Physical test/document verification/biometric verification is strictly provisional. The mere fact that the call letter/advice has been issued to the candidate to appear for these procedures does not imply that his candidature has been finally cleared by the Bank.