RBI Grade B Exam Pattern & Syllabus (Phase 1 & Phase 2)
Are you wondering why the RBI Grade B syllabus is so different than all the government exams out there?
Well, you can easily understand it by going through the various perks and job profile provided by the Reserve Bank of India.
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It is not a public bank. It is the central bank of the country and studying more for a job like this shouldn’t be the problem.
You will be able to handle the whole banking system of the country. Make different policies to help the country grow exponentially and what not.
So let us start with the selection procedure of the exam and after that, we will move to the syllabus of the RBI Grade B Exam.
RBI Grade B Stages
Let’s come to the exam pattern of the exam. We covered RBI Grade B Online application details and RBI Grade B eligibility criteria till now.
This section will give you an idea about the different stages of the RBI Grade B Exam.
You must be wondering about the time you get for the exam and the number of questions you get from each section. This is an important thing to analyze.
Many students who are strong in one section tend to skip that section and focus more on the other sections.
But this is not a good strategy as RBI Grade B examination has a sectional cut off too.
Let’s start with the stages of the RBI Grade B Exam.
The whole exam is divided into 3 stages. I have mentioned the stages below:
Before moving forward, I would like to tell all my students that studying hard is important but there is one thing even more important than that and that is studying smart.
RBI is not looking for a donkey but they are looking for an ant. A smart worker, as well as a hard worker. This can also be seen from the way they structured the exam.
Prelims is a qualifying stage so don’t give a lot of time to this stage. You don’t want to score the highest in this stage as it doesn’t matter.
Start preparing more for Mains. Scoring high in Mains will make sure that you clear the final cut off easily.
Both Mains and Interview marks are counted in the final selection.
RBI Grade B Phase 1 Subjects, Questions & Marks
Let us start with the division of each stage. Prelims also called Phase 1 has 4 subjects mentioned below:
|Sr. No.||Name of the Tests (Objective)||No. of Questions||Maximum Marks||Total Duration|
|1.||English Language||30||30||Composite Time of 2 hours.|