RBI Grade B Syllabus & Exam Pattern:
The RBI Grade B exam consists of the 3 stages:
1. Phase – I (Prelims)
2.Phase – II (Mains)
RBI Grade B . Phase – I Exam Pattern:
Prelims exam have four section with multipal choice question.
Time duration 120 minutes.
Prelims exam have 200 question with 200 marks.
Every question deducted 0.25 marks.
|1.||General Awareness||80||80||120 Minutes|
RBI Grade B Exam Syllabus :
|General Awareness||Current Affairs, Indian Financial System, Indian Banking System, Banking Awareness
Banking History, Monetary Plans, Economic, News, National and International Institutions,
Bank Terms & Abbreviations, Government Schemes, Banking Agreements, Sports News,
Awards, Books and Authors,
Static GK – General Knowledge about Dams, Sanctuaries, National Parks, Stadiums, Airports, Country, Capital & Currency, etc.
|Quantitative Aptitude||Ratio & Proportion, Mensuration, Percentage, Average, .Speed, Time and Distance, Time and Work, Permutation and Combination, Mixture and Alligation, Data Interpretation, Probability, Stocks and Shares, Simplification, Quadratic Equations, Inequalities,Number Series, Upstream and Downstream, Profit and Loss, Simple and Compound Interest|
|English Language||Reading Comprehension, Cloze Test, Fill in the Blanks, Sentence Rearrangement,
Jumbled, Words/Sentences,Error Spotting, Sentence Framing, Match the columns,
Vocabulary Grammar,Tenses Rules ,Idioms & Phrases
|Reasoning||Puzzles, Seating Arrangement,Inequalities, Direction Test, Blood Relation, Syllogism,
Input-Output ,Data Sufficiency, Coding-Decoding,Ranking, Alphanumeric series
RBI Grade B Phase – II Exam Pattern:
|1.||Economic & Social Issues||objective type||100||90 Minutes|
|2.||English (Writing Skills)||100||90 Minutes|
|3.||Finance & Management||100||90 Minutes|
RBI Grade B Phase – II Exam syllabus:
|Economic & Social Issues||English||Finance & Management|
|Growth and Development, Economic Reforms in India, Social Structure in India, Corporate Governance,
Development in the Financial Sector, Export-Import Policy, Illiteracy, Balance of Payments, Rise in Inequality, Rigid Labour Law, Human Resource Development, Inflation,Regionalism and Language Conflicts, Poor Education Standards, Globalisations, Social Structure in India, Employment Generation in India, Sustainable Development, Monetary and Fiscal Policy, Social Sectors in India,
Benefits of International Trade, Direct and Indirect Taxes, Insurance and Capital Marketing ,Government debt
|descriptive test||Union Budget , Regulation of Banks,
Risk Management in Banking Sector, Technology in Finance, Corporate Governance, Human Resource Development, Motivation and Incentives, Regulators of banks and financial institutions, Development in the Financial Sector, Financial sector Regulations, Monetary Policy ,Union Budget
Inflation The Managing Process
Career Planning Role of Incentives
Role of Information Technology Communication Channels
Leadership Nature and Scope of Manageme
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