RBI Grade B Selection Process 2018 – Complete Guide
RBI (Reserve Bank of India) Grade B 2018 selection procedure is one of the main features to be optimised before applying for the exam. Selection procedure makes you aware of the stages of the selection in that particular exam. Especially when it comes to this exam, you need to be aware of every aspect to get the RBI Grade B job profile. To give you a brief today, we are sharing the complete RBI Grade B selection procedure 2018 which will be based on the three major tests – Prelims, Mains & Interview.
RBI Grade B 2018 Selection Procedure stages
RBI Grade B Selection procedure is based on 3 major aspects. Those are given below:
RBI Grade B 2018 – Prelims
The First phase of RBI Grade B selection procedure is prelims exam. It is an objective type of tests which will consist of 200 questions with a time duration of 2 hour. The Prelims exam of RBI Grade B will be held on 16th August 2018, following is the table showing the complete exam pattern for RBI Grade B Prelims 2018 prelims exam.
|Sr. No.||Name of the Tests (Objective)||No. of Questions||Maximum Marks||Total Duration|
|1.||English Language||30||30||Composite Time of 2 hour.|
Candidates need to secure the marks set by RBI to clear the sectional as well as composite cut off to qualify for the next round of selection procedure i.e. Mains. Marks obtained in the Prelims will be not considered for the final selection of 2018 RBI Grade B Selection procedure.
RBI Grade B 2018 – Mains
Mains exam is the Second & the most important stage under RBI Grade B Selection Procedure. RBI Grade B Mains will be held in the month of 7th September 2018. Mains exam holds an important role in the RBI Grade B Selection Procedure. The Overall Selection is based on the marks obtained by a candidate in mains exam, so it is very important for a student to score more marks in the mains exam. As just cracking the cut off will not help you to reserve your seat as RBI Grade B Officer.
Mains exam is also an objective test consist of 200 marks with a total time duration of 2 hours. Below is the table showing detailed exam pattern for RBI Assistant Mains 2017 exam.
|Sr. No.||Name of Tests (Objective)||Maximum Marks||Time (Minutes)|
|1.||Economics & Social Issues||100||90|
|2.||Finance & Management||100||90|
RBI Grade B Officer Interview (Phase III)
- Candidates will be shortlisted for the interview, based on an aggregate of marks obtained in Phase-II (Paper-I +Paper-II +Paper-III).
- The minimum aggregate cut off marks for being shortlisted for Interview will be decided by the Board in relation to the number of vacancies.
- The interview will carry 50 marks.
- A candidate may opt for interview either in Hindi or English.
- Final Selection will be through merit list which will be prepared by adding marks secured by candidates in Phase-II examination and interview.
Some Important Points to ponder:
1) Never forget about the negative marking in these objective tests.
2) Candidate will be selected on the basis of the marks obtained in the mains examination & Interview Level.
3) So, it is very important for a student to not secure the cut off marks but also score enough marks to make it to the merit list.
UGC NET JRF 2018 – Paper II
Paper II exam is the Second stage under UGC NET JRF Selection Procedure. UGC NET JRF 2018 will be held on the same date as of Paper I. Paper II exam holds an important role in the UGC NET JRF Selection Procedure. The Overall Selection is based on the marks obtained by a candidate in both the exams, so it is very important for a student to score equally good marks in the both the exams as just cracking the cut off will not help you to achieve a certificate of UGC NET JRF .
This stage depends on the subject you want to get your certification in. It contains 100 questions. The syllabus of Paper II is the complete syllabus of Graduation & Post Graduation of that particular subject. For each right answer, a student gets +2 mark and for each incorrect answer, no negative score is given. So all the students are recommended to attempt all the questions. The score obtained in Paper – II examination is considered in the final score as well.
Exam Duration: 120 minutes.
Note: Paper I and Paper II will be set in both language English and Hindi. A candidate who is giving the exam have to secure minimum marks independently in each paper and total also.
Please have a look at Past Year RBI Grade B cut off to pass at the RBI Grade B Final result.
Some Important Points to ponder:
1) Each Candidate has to qualify in each of the tests as per the marks prescribed by the NTA (National Testing Agency).
2) Never forget to attempt all the questions as there is no negative marking.
3) Candidate will be selected on the basis of the marks obtained in Paper I exam & Paper II Exam.
4) So, it is very important for a student to not secure the cut off marks but also score enough marks to make it to the merit list.