Reserve Bank of India RBI conducts RBI Grade B every year. It conducts the exam to select and deploy eligible candidates in its various branches across the country.
Since the job offers an excellent pay and prestige, most of the capable aspirants rush towards the exam and apply for it.
This is very important to prepare for the exam effectively. RBI Grade B officer’s selection is done through the nationwide in three phases. Preliminary, Mains and interview.
RBI released its recruitment notification for RBI Grade officer on 3/7/2018 and the phase one examination is scheduled on 16/8/2018, Phase Two is scheduled on 7/9/2018.The candidates who are selected after Phase 2 will be called out for Interview.
RBI Grade B online application registration started on 3/7/2018 and closed on 23/7/2018.
RBI announced 166 vacancies for RBI Grade 2018. The tentative vacancies are:
- Officers in Grade ‘B’(DR)- General – 127
- Officers in Grade ‘B’(DR)- DEPR- 22
- Officers in Grade ‘B’(DR)- DSIM- 17
RBI Grade B Exam Pattern Prelims
- General Awareness- 80 questions-80 Marks
- Quantitative Aptitude-30 questions-30 Marks
- English Language- 30 questions-30 Marks
- Reasoning-60 questions- 60 Marks
RBI Grade B Exam Pattern Mains
Economics and Social Issues
Paper type- Objective
Marks – 100
Paper II English (Writing Skills)
Descriptive (to be typed with the help of keyboard)
Paper III Finance & Management
Paper type- Objective Type
Paper III Finance & Management
Paper type-Objective Type
RBI Grade B Officer Interview Process:
Based on the aggregate Marks obtained in all the papers the candidates will be shortlisted for interview. The interview process carries 50 Marks.
RBI Grade B 2018 Exam Syllabus
RBI Grade B syllabus is similar to other bank exams. Reasoning, quantitative aptitude, General awareness, English are considered to be main subjects and questions are asked from these subjects. English written skill is also tested for the candidate in the main exam.
Application fees for RBI Grade B exam.
General and OBC category candidates shall pay Rs. 850 whereas SC/ST/PWD candidates have to pay only 100/-
RBI will release the admit card separately for both Phase one and Phase two exams. Candidate s who have qualified in Phase 1 will be issued with Phase 2
The RBI Grade B Admit Card 2018 will be released separately for both Phase-I and Phase-II exam. The admit card for Phase-II Exam will be issued to candidates who have qualified in there Phase-I exam of RBI Grade B.
After the completion of each phase of the exam RBI will announce the result of each phase. A candidate should get through both phases to meet out the interview process.
Once the interview process is completed the merit list is prepared in the descending order of the Marks obtained by the candidate. However, the final selection is based on the interview.
To score high marks. It is important to prepare according to the latest exam pattern.
The candidates should prepare through both off line and on-line.
When we speak about online mode there are number of sites providing RBI grade B Mock test. These play as real time test and help the candidates in confidence level before appearing for real time exam. Do prepare RBI grade B Mock Test as much as possible.