RBI Grade B 2023 Complete Information
Topics Covered: RBI Grade B Officer Exam 2023, Job Profile, Salary, Eligibility Criteria, Selection Procedure, Recruitment, Vacancy, Application Form (including Fees), Exam Pattern, Syllabus, Preparation Tips, Mock Tests, Best Books for Preparation, Admit Card, Previous Year Papers, Exam Analysis, Cut Off, and Result
Getting to be an RBI Grade B officer is a dream that thousands of students all across India hold bear, and considering that you have come here on this page to read the blog, I guess you hold the same vision.
RBI Grade B 2023 exam can be an overwhelming experience. About 2 lakh students apply each year. As they say, “if it scares you, the journey is worth it.”
Similarly, the hardships of the RBI Grade B 2023 will be worth it once you go through each and every aspect diligently and appear for it with all your might.
So, tie your laces, as we get on this journey to crack one of the premier exams of this country.
You see, having been an aspirant myself, I do understand why so many aspire to become an RBI Grade B Officer.
The answer is not just the salary and the perks that come complimentary with the job (that is always there) but the fact that you get to work in the nation’s apex banking entity makes one go weak in the knees.
However, I would also like to add that harboring dreams about a nice life is necessary and backing those dreams up with appropriate action and hard work is a requisite.
With the requisite in mind, let me quickly jump to the talk of the town and what can be perceived as the most exciting information regarding RBI Grade B recruitment.
On March 21st 2022, the Reserve Bank of India issued the notification of recruitment of RBI Grade B officers. A total of 294 vacancies are advertised this time, for different category of posts.
In due course both the written phases of the exam took place, and as of now the RBI Grade B 2022 recruitment process is partially over with only the interview stage and final results left in the queue.
If you are one of the aspirants and have missed the opportunity in 2022, then gear up for the 2023 cycle. The notification will come soon, but you would require time to settle in your stride.
So, make the most of this time and pre-empt the situation. All the best!
In this blog, you shall find everything essential that you’d ever want to know about the RBI Grade B exam.
I would recommend that you read through this blog in its entirety and with utmost sincerity. That way you’d be able to gather all the necessary information to help you clear the upcoming RBI Grade B recruitment process.
Table of Content – RBI Grade B Complete Information
2. About Exam
3. Job Profile
8.1 Application Fees
9. Exam Pattern
11. Preparation Tips
12. Mocks & Books
13. Admit Card
15. Exam Analysis
16. Cut Off
|RBI Grade B Exam Basic Information|
|Exam Name||RBI Grade B|
|Post||Grade B (DR) for General, DEPR, DSIM Streams|
|Organisation Name||Reserve Bank of India (RBI)|
|Exam Types||Online Examination|
|Application Fees||General/ OBC/ EWS - Rs. 850/-
SC/ST/PWD - Rs 100/-
|Selection Process||Phase 1: Prelims
Phase 2: Mains
Phase 3: Interview
RBI Grade B Exam
RBI Grade B is one of the most significant banking exams conducted across the country.
The Grade B officer recruitment exam is the only entry-level officers’ exam that is conducted by the RBI, and a great way to enter the prestigious organization of the RBI. Lakhs of aspirants appear for these exams every year.
This makes the RBI Grade B exams one of the toughest and the most competitive government job entrance exams in the nation.
Therefore, clearing the exam would take a lot of hard work, perseverance, and determination on the part of the aspirant.
The exam is essentially divided into 3 Phases.
The first two phases are written exams, whereas the third phase comprises a personal interview round. I have explained more about the same in the sections on the RBI selection procedure and exam pattern given below.
So, basically, the RBI Grade B Officers are mandated with the task of keeping the nation’s economy stable by creating policies and regulations for Indian Banks, as well as maintaining market prices.
Now saying that the post of an RBI Grade B Officer is a prestigious one will be an understatement.
Well, obviously the glory of the post is immeasurable but the pay scale and additional bonuses are also pretty handsome too, might I add.
Another thing to know is that the RBI Grade B openings are published for a variety of posts including- Officers in Grade ‘B’ (DR) – (General), Officers in Grade ‘B’ (DR) – DEPR, and Officers in Grade ‘B’ (DR) – DSIM.
Now with a job that appealing, who’d be crazy enough to not fight for it? But it wouldn’t be the easiest of fights out there, actually scrap that, it wouldn’t be easy at all.
RBI Grade B Officer Job Profile 2023
You might be wondering what the job profile of a ‘Grade B’ officer entails.
As a layman, most people know that the RBI is the premier bank of India, and the money-minting master. Therefore, it’s certainly an imperative institution in our economy.
Let’s get into more details so you get a good picture of what goes on in backend.
Well, an RBI Grade B officer inspects the credit appraisal system of banks, KYC AML guidelines, cash vaults, functioning and the overall security of the branch, and a host of other things.
That said, getting posted as a Grade B officer is a matter of great prestige. It gives the person an opportunity to work as a dedicated, on-ground operative for the apex bank of India.
The officer’s job profile also often involves the task of making sure that banks under his jurisdiction function as per the banking regulations act 1949. This is a great responsibility, as it involves protecting public money and safeguarding the interests of depositors.
Furthermore, depending on your hard work, there’d also be scope for growth within the framework of the organization.
Also, the Job profile would involve a tenure of up to four years during a period of post-trial supervision. Persons are randomly assigned to departments. For example officers with experience in banking might be inducted into HRD or vice-versa.
Moreover, frequent transfers from one division to another are the part and parcel of this job profile.
A segment of Grade B officers might be involved in the policymaking process.
Also, RBI, being the central bank of India, has most of its offices in urban and regional centers instead of the rural ones.
You can read more details about the RBI Grade B Officer Job Profile here.
RBI Grade B Salary 2023
The RBI Grade B Salary 2023 may seem glittery but there is more to this job than its fancy salary.
RBI as an institution has quite a superior reputation. So, the students that apply each year don’t merely get inspired by the renumeration, it’s all the other perks you get along.
Not to forget the pride and excitement for the job.
Since this section is dedicated to the RBI Grade B Salary, I’ll walk you through it.
Every year more than 1 lakh people compete for around 150-200 posts in a three-stage process, and there’s a reason for that.
It’s because the RBI is very liberal in paying Perks and Emoluments for even the smallest of expenses. (I feel like I’m telling you all this repeatedly but gotta do something to motivate you, right?)
RBI Grade B is a lucrative job with a salary that can be compared with that of a top official in the corporate sector. Moreover, it is an ever-changing factor and hence it keeps on increasing in due course.
Till 2021, the total cost to company (CTC) of an RBI Grade B officer used to be around 13 lacs in metro cities like Mumbai, Delhi, etc. But in the 2022 notification, RBI informed about the further increase in salary.
The basic pay is now basic pay of ₹ 55,200/-p.m, and the initial monthly gross emoluments stand at 1,08,404/- (approximately).
Click Here to know about the break up of RBI Grade B Salary. (I’m so damn sure, that most of you would rather check the salary break-up than the syllabus).
RBI Grade B Eligibility Criteria 2023
Eligibility is a crucial aspect of an examination process; thus, we should get a good picture of the criteria for a green light.
Although the RBI Grade B eligibility criteria 2023 has not be released yet, the eligibility remains unvarying, so let’s look at the prior year’s eligibility criteria to get a good picture.
Take a careful gaze at the RBI Grade B eligibility criteria 2022, and ascertain whether you meet the requirements prescribed in the notification, to apply for the exam.
Here’s the detailed eligibility criteria of RBI Grade B 2022:
1) Age Eligibility
You must be above the age of 21 years but must not have touched the 30th year of your life. As of January 1, 2022, you must have been born not earlier than January 02, 1992 and not later than January 01, 2001.
If you have an M.Phil. or a Ph.D. degree, the upper age limits are 32 and 34 years respectively.
If you belong to the SC/ST category, there is a provision for relaxation of the upper age limit up to 5 years.
2) RBI Grade B Officers (General) Educational Qualification Requirements
|Post||Minimum Education Qualification|
|General||You should have 60% marks in Graduation (50% for SC/ST/PwBD applicants) or Post Graduation with a minimum of 55% marks(pass marks for
SC/ST/PwBD applicants) in aggregate of all semesters/years. Many students ask if 60% marks in graduation should be in each semester or average. Well, relax, it’s an average of all semesters.
For more details, read the full Eligibility Criteria for DEPR, and DSIM separately.
There are certain nationality requirements as well you may also read about them on the blog linked above.
Now, I’ve said this before, I’ll say it again. No good thing comes without terms and conditions, and the terms are pretty steep in this case given that the eligibility Criteria are just a nice little time bomb wrapped in very sweet packaging.
I say that because the criterion of educational qualification is as I said a steep one as far as the RBI Grade B exams are concerned. It’s steeper than that of most other Indian government entrance exams, even steeper than ones prescribed for the UPSC exam.
RBI Grade B Recruitment Process
The Reserve Bank of India issued the official notification of RBI Grade B 2022 recruitment on March 28th 2022.
The Recruitment/Selection Process for RBI Grade B (General), consists of the following 3 Phases:
- Preliminary Exam (Phase 1)
- Mains Exam (Phase 2)
- Interview (Phase 3)
One needs to clear all three Phases to be selected for the post of Grade ‘B’ Officer.
So, to elaborate the Prelims exam is basically an elimination round. Out of the lakhs of candidates that appear for this exam, only a few thousands are selected to appear for the next phase or the Mains.
The Mains exam is conducted roughly a few weeks after the Prelims. Now the Mains exam is one of the phases meant for the selection of the top-scoring candidates. In this exam, every candidate that scores above the cut-off marks is allocated a score.
Those with the highest scores in the Mains are then selected for the final phase or the Interview round. This phase too, like with the Mains, is meant for the selection of the highest-scoring candidates.
Here too the candidates are scored according to their respective performances.
After the interview round is over, the final list of the selected RBI Grade B candidates is prepared considering the combined scores of those with the highest marks in both, the Mains, and the Interview round.
The candidates that find their names on the final list are eventually the ones that are recruited and get to train as RBI Grade B officers.
RBI Grade B Vacancy 2023
An intimidating number of students apply for the RBI Grade B exam every year. While most students are unable to make it in the final list, this consequently builds a lot of tension and competition.
However, do not fret. As your utmost responsibility is to prepare yourself and hone your skills. As every year, more than 200 vacancies are declared.
On the bright side, this year the RBI Grade B 2023 exam is said to declare about 300+ vacancies, as per my observations. These are the number of vacancies that are declared every year.
The Reserve Bank of India declared a total of 294 vacancies in the RBI Grade B 2022 notification. The vacancies are divided under three heads.
- General (DR) 238 Vacancies
- DEPR (DR)- 31 Vacancies
- DSIM (DR)- 25 Vacancies
In the current recruitment drive, Officer Grade ‘B’-General is designated with the most i.e., 238 vacancies. Followed by, Officer in Grade ‘B’-DEPR, which would fill 31 spots, whereas, Officer Grade ‘B’-DSIM sees 25 posts in total.
Considering Genral category as the major head, the total vacancies are 238 and a further break-down of these vacancies is exhibited in the official RBI Grade B notification. The vacancies were divided into categories (GEN, OBC, SC, ST & EWS).
The break-down is as follows:
- Unreserved (Gen/Ur)- 109
- Scheduled Castes (SC)- 32
- Scheduled Tribes (ST)- 15
- Other Backward Castes (OBC)- 59
- EWS (@)- 23
However, to give you a clearer view, I’ve designed a pie chart that will give you an understanding of how the vacancies were divided category-wise in 2021.
Here are the details of Vacancies for the RBI Grade B (DR) General post of the year 2022:
^ Out of 270 vacancies for Grade ‘B’ (DR)-General, 13 vacancies are reserved for Persons with Benchmark Disability (PwBD) Category, viz. 3 vacancies for candidates of blindness and low vision; 4 vacancies for deaf and hard of hearing out of which 1 is backlog vacancy; 3 vacancies for locomotor disability including cerebral palsy, leprosy cured, dwarfism, acid attack victims and muscular dystrophy out of which 1 is backlog vacancy; and 3 vacancies for multiple disabilities from amongst persons, as detailed below in para 1 of Note for PwBD candidates, out of which 1 is backlog vacancy.
|Post||Number of vacancies|
|General / UR||SC||ST||OBC$||EWS@||Total|
|Officers in Grade ‘B’ (DR) - DEPR||11||4||5||8||3||31^^|
|Officers in Grade ‘B’ (DR) - DSIM||7||7(4)||5(4)#||4||2||26^^^|
Symbol Key for the Table:
() Includes backlog vacancies
$ If you are a Candidate belonging to the OBC category but coming in the ‘Creamy Layer’. You are not entitled to an OBC reservation. You should indicate your category as ‘General (GEN)’.
@ Reservations for Economically Weaker Sections (EWSs) in the recruitment for RBI Grade B Officer is governed by Office Memorandum No.36039/1/2019-Estt(Res) dated 31.01.2019 of Department of Personnel & Training, Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances & Pensions, Government of India. The EWS candidates should note that in case they are not in possession of the “Income & Assets Certificate” as per the extant DoPT guidelines on or before the closure of the online application date, such EWS candidates should apply under the ‘General (GEN)’ category only.
RBI Grade B Application Form
The notification for RBI Grade B examination states that the application process for the same began from 28th March 2022 and continued till 18th April 2022 (Till 6 PM).
While your hard work holds the key to success, the destiny of your hard work depends on the careful filling of the application form. Fill the application form with utmost care. One small mistake can prove to be very costly.
Apply due diligence before proceeding with the submission of the application form.
To know how not to mess it up, Read here how to fill Application Form.
RBI Grade B Application Fees
Okay, this is something that gets asked a lot; the topic of application fees. so, The Payment of the RBI Grade B Exam fee is the final step in filling the online application form.
Meaning that your application is considered final only when you successfully pay the Application fee.
You can only pay the RBI Grade B 2022 application fees online via Credit/debit card/IMPS/net-banking/mobile wallets and cash cards.
On the successful payment of the Exam fee, you’d receive an e-receipt from the website stating the same.
This e-receipt would need to be saved by you along with the application form.
In case your RBI Grade B 2022 Exam fee payment is not successful, then you’d have to start the Exam fee payment process from the beginning.
|SC/ ST/ PwD||Intimation Charges only||INR 100/-|
|GEN/ OBC/ EWS||Application fee including Intimation Charges||INR 850/-|
RBI Grade B Exam Pattern 2023
I often see students getting anxious whenever they hear anything about pattern change.
As the RBI Grade B exam pattern 2023 has not be declared yet, we cannot ascertain anything. Take it with a grain of salt, the pattern remains static mostly.
However, to illustrate the RBI Grade B exam pattern 2023 better, I have compiled the prior year’s exam pattern.
In 2021, the RBI made a small modification to the existing exam pattern of RBI Grade B examination, and there were speculations that RBI could make further changes in the 2022 notification.
However, the detailed RBI Grade B notification, which the RBI issued on 28th March 2022, cleared all the doubts regarding this query and disseminated the information that there is no pattern change in the 2022 RBI Grade B examination.
you can get the idea of pattern by accessing the document I have provided below.
Read about the Exam Pattern of RBI Grade B, here.
RBI Grade B Syllabus 2023 – Phase 1 and 2
As the RBI Grade B 2023 syllabus is extensive and dynamic in nature, you ought to keep yourself on track when it comes to finishing off the portion or revision.
The syllabus per se remains unvarying, so until the official notification is out – I’d advise you to get started with the syllabus provided last year in the RBI Grade B Syllabus.
With the RBI Grade B 2022 notification in place, I advise you to get a firm grip on the syllabus. However, for your guidance, in this blog, I’ve carefully and comprehensively described the syllabus of RBI Grade B 2022 Phase 1 and Phase 2.
The 2022 syllabus for the RBI Grade B exam is going to be as vast as ever. The exam will test you in three phases, namely phase 1 or the Prelims, Phase 2 or Mains, and Phase 3, which is the interview round.
The topics that will be asked in Prelims in addition to the Mains of RBI Grade B exam will vary to a great extent.
The prelims stage will be made up of the common sections that are requested in exams, i.e., Quantitative Aptitude, Reasoning, English, and General Awareness.
Next are the Economic & Social Issues (ESI), Finance & Management (F&M), and English Descriptive papers which together constitute the RBI Grade B Phase 2.
Moreover, the RBI Grade B 2021 Prelims examination includes 4 sections, with a complete 2 hours interval. One important point to note here is that there will be sectional timing as well in the 4 sections.
You can go through RBI Grade B Phase 1 & 2 Syllabus here.
RBI Grade B Preparation Tips 2023
By this point in the blog, I think I have made it clear enough that the level of the 2023 RBI Grade B exam will be pretty tough.
Therefore, having a proper study plan before starting to prepare for this exam is probably (most definitely) the best decision you could make.
That said, preparing and going through an overall strategy and a sectional strategy for this exam will eventually help you to score better.
A good strategy goes a long way. You could be smart, you could have the best resources but if you don’t have a plan for time management, prioritizing, revision, etc., it will inevitably become a tough road for you.
Check here to read more about this approach to prepare for RBI Grade B Exam.
RBI Grade B Mock Tests & Books 2023
Right off the bat, let me tell you, that reading from the right books, and solving the various RBI Grade B mock tests can make all the difference in the world when it comes to cracking the exam.
Revision and making the most out of your revision are a game changer. The attributes of a good RBI Grade B Officer are consistency and dedication.
During mock tests, you’re basically training yourself to get in the ‘exam mode’. You learn skills like time management, cancellation, prioritization, and most importantly – presence of mind.
You see when you make the effort of trying to look for the right books for your preparation you aren’t actually squandering your time and energy, rather you are saving them instead.
How, you ask?
Well, firstly, there are certain books that are so relevant from an exam point of view, that there might be chances of questions being asked in the actual exam from that very book.
Secondly, reading about topics from a single book would take a lot less time than reading the various topics from a number of books.
So, yeah reading from the right books is absolutely essential to preparing well for the RBI Grade B exam.
Now, to talk about Mock Tests, it’s imperative that you regularly test your waters by solving high-quality RBI Grade B mock tests. I often say that preparing from the books to cover the syllabus and solving mock tests go hand in hand, one after the other.
For instance, first, covering the topics of the RBI Grade B syllabus from the right books, and then practicing on mock tests to gauge your strong and weak points.
Check the recommended RBI Grade B Books for Phase 1 & Phase 2 and Access Mock Tests here.
RBI Grade B Admit Card
The RBI Grade B 2022 Phase 1 exam took place on 28th May 2022. For this the admit card was released on 13th May 2022. The Admit Card window was open till 28th May 2022.
And as far as the admit card of RBI Grade B 2022 Phase 2 is concerned, it has arrived following the result of Phase 1 exam.
The Phase 2 exam, which is scheduled for 25th June 2022, saw its admit card coming out on 13th June 2022. The call letter link will remain open till the exam date i.e., till 25th June 2022.
To know more about the RBI Grade B Admit Card and the steps to download it, check the linked blog.
RBI Grade B Previous Year Question Papers
If you want to crack the RBI Grade B exam, you’d need to solve as many previous year question papers as you can. Solving these would increase your chances of acing the exam to a great degree.
The key to acing the RBI Grade B 2023 exam is to learn several concepts from one question.
Yes, that’s a brilliant toppers’ technique. You sit down with RBI Grade B past year questions and go in-depth with each and every option given.
With that said, the best way you can prepare for the exam would be to first solve a random previous year question paper and then gauge for yourself your strengths and weaknesses.
Then According to your findings, you can begin by first preparing the topics of the RBI Grade B syllabus that you are weak at, and then go over to sharpen the portions you are already strong at.
Following this process, when you are done with the entire syllabus, you can try solving another random previous year question paper to identify the portions of the syllabus that you are still weak at. Then repeat the aforementioned process again.
Repeat the process until you attain the same level of mastery in every topic of the RBI Grade B syllabus.
Lastly, if you have the god of luck on your side, you might just come across certain questions in your RBI Grade B paper, that you had already encountered while solving the previous year question papers.
Having said that I have compiled for you a bunch of RBI Grade B previous year question papers.
RBI Grade B Exam Analysis 2022
By now you know the syllabus and other important things for RBI Grade B Examination. But merely just knowing the syllabus won’t solve the purpose.
In addition to that, you must know the type of questions that are asked from each section (such as Quant, Reasoning, English, General Awareness, Finance & Management, Economics & Social Issues).
To help your cause, I have prepared the analysis of recently culminated RBI Grade B Phase 1 2022 and RBI Grade B Phase 2 2022. In addition to that, I am giving you the provision to check the exam analysis of previous years.
Don’t worry I have covered that also (In the blog linked below) since I have promised to help you at every stage.
Explore the link to get detailed Exam Analysis of RBI Grade B 2022.
RBI Grade B Cut Off 2022
The RBI Grade B 2022 written exam cycle i.e., Phase 1 and Phase 2, has been culminated. As for results, the result of Phase 1 has been released and that of Phase 2 is awaited.
After declaring the RBI Grade B 2022 Phase 1 results, in due course on June 27th 2022, RBI announced the cut off of the concerned exam.
You can check the detailed cut off marks of RBI Grade B Phase 1 2022 in the table below.
As for the Phase 2 cut offs, the cut off marks of the 2022 RBI Grade B Phase 2 and the overall 2022 RBI Grade B cut off marks will be announced following the completion of the entire recruitment process.
I think I speak for all when I say, the release of the cut offs couldn’t be described better than the saying “eternal doomsday”.
It feels never-ending and also absolutely exhausting. Every minute their release is delayed feels like a minute I could be closer to banging my head in the wall.
Okay, I agree I might have done that once. I also agree that it’s not as exhausting for everybody as it is for me but God, I get angry while talking about them.
I apologize for my unnecessary rant there, let’s get back to the topic. The cut off list is provided to assess whether you are selected or not for the next stage.
You can go through the category-wise RBI Grade B Phase 1 Exam Cut Off for 2022 provided below:
|Section||Category-Wise Cut Off|
That said, if you want to know about the RBI Grade B 2022 Phase 2 Cut off and the overall RBI Grade B 2022 cut offs, you should check the RBI Grade B 2022 Cut off and the past year’s cut offs here.
RBI Grade B Result 2022
The RBI Grade B 2022 Phase 1 Result came out on 7th June 2022.
You can check the RBI Grade B 2022 Phase 1 Result Here.
Following this, the RBI Grade B Phase 2 exam (DR General Post) took place on 25th June 2022. Sequentially, the result of the Phase 2 exam came out on July 11, 2022.
You can check the RBI Grade B 2022 Phase 2 Result Here.
As for the remaining phases, I’ll let you know the result of them as and when they are announced.
If you’re one of those, who have an innate need to know and plan things for the future and work on probabilities, then this part of the blog will be helpful to you (not that the rest of the blog wouldn’t be).
I’ve tried to give an overview of everything related to the RBI Grade B Exam in this blog (with a lot of unnecessary gibberish of mine). Having said that, I hope you remember that you’re bigger than your fears and much bigger than anything that life throws at you. Also, hope you found the blog helpful!
Best of Luck!!
About Anuj Jindal
Anuj Jindal, the founder, is an ex-manager from SBI, with an M.Com from Delhi School of Economics. He also has a JRF in Commerce & Management and NET in HRM, along with more than 5 years of experience in the field of Education.
FAQs: RBI Grade B 2023 Complete Information
What is the selection process for RBI Grade B 2022 recruitment?
If you want to be an RBI Grade B officer, knowing the process is the first step to become one. So, the Selection Process of RBI Grade B 2022 consists of three rounds, i.e., Prelims Examination, Mains Examination, and Personal Interview. If you are able to clear all three rounds, you will become entitled to receive the much-coveted letter offering you the post of an RBI Grade B officer.
What is the total number of vacancies that are released in the RBI Grade B notification 2022?
A total of 294 vacancies are released in the RBI Grade B notification 2022.
These vacancies are divided categorically:
General (DR) 238 Vacancies
DEPR (DR)- 31 Vacancies
DSIM (DR)- 25 Vacancies
Will there be an interview after the written exams?
The interview round will be held after you clear the first and subsequently the second phase of the Exam. That said, only applicants who will clear the minimum sectional cut off and the overall cut off will be called for the interview round.
What is the selection process for RBI Grade B 2022 recruitment?
Answer: The Recruitment/Selection Process for RBI Grade B (General), consists of the following 3 Phases: Preliminary Exam (Phase 1)Mains Exam (Phase 2)Interview (Phase 3)
What is the total number of vacancies that are released in the RBI Grade B notification 2022?
Answer: The Reserve Bank of India declared a total of 294 vacancies in the RBI Grade B 2022 notification. The vacancies are divided under three heads. In the current recruitment drive, Officer Grade ‘B’-General is designated with the most i.e., 238 vacancies.
What are the eligibility criteria for RBI Grade B General, DEPR, and DSIM?
Answer: The Educational Qualification for General (DR) of the candidate should be as follows:
- General – minimum aggregate of 60% marks in Graduation or 55% marks in Post-Graduation
- SC/ST/PwBD- minimum aggregate of 50% marks in Graduation or pass marks in Post-Graduation
To know the Educational Qualification for DEPR and DSIM, read the full Eligibility Criteria here.
The Age Criteria to be eligible for the exam are:
- You must be above the age of 21 years but must not have touched the 30th year of your life.
- If you have an M.Phil. or a Ph.D. degree, the upper age limits are 32 and 34 years respectively.
- If you belong to the SC/ST category, there is a provision for relaxation of the upper age limit up to 5 years.
I have scored 50% marks in Graduation. Am I eligible for RBI Grade B General, DEPR, and DSIM?
Answer: You need to have atleast 60% marks in Graduation (50% for SC/ST/PwBD applicants) or 55% marks in Post-Graduation (pass marks for SC/ST/PwBD applicants) in aggregate of all semesters/years.