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RBI GRADE B 2018 PATTERN & SYLLABUS

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RBI Grade B 2018 Exam Pattern

Updated On - December 7th 2017 by VIVEK BANSAL

RBI Grade B 2018 Exam Pattern will be decided by exam authority of Reserve Bank of India. Applicants are advised to go through the exam pattern carefully before preparing for the examination.

RBI Grade B Exam comprises two phases i.e. Phase I and Phase II. Canididates clearing both the phases are called for final selection round i.e. an interview. RBI Grade B exam pattern outlines details such as the number of questions, mode of examination, total marks, number of section and marking scheme etc.

In Phase I, the questions are set from four subject areas namely General Awareness, English Language, Quantitative Aptitude, and Reasoning. In Phase II questions will be asked from different subjects - Economic and Social Issues, English Language, Finance and Management/ Economics/ Statistics. Duration will vary for both the exams. Negative marking is applicable for both the papers.

RBI Grade B Phase I exam will be conducted in the 2nd week of June 2018 while Phase II exam will be commenced in the 1st week of July 2018. 

RBI Grade B 2018 Exam Pattern Highlights

The following table highlights some of the important aspects of RBI Grade B Exam Pattern 2018:

Exam ModeOnline
Number of Papers2
Number of Sections

Phase I – 4 sections (General Awareness, English Language, Quantitative Aptitude and Reasoning)

Phase II – 3 sections (Economic and Social Issues, English, optional subject)

Question Paper Type

Phase I – Objective

Phase II – Objective and Subjective

RBI Grade B 2018 Total Marks

Phase I – 200 Marks

Phase II – 300 Marks

Exam Duration

Phase I – 2 Hours

Phase II – 1.5 Hours (each Paper)

Exam LanguageEnglish

RBI Grade B 2018 Exam Pattern (Phase I)

The exam pattern for RBI Grade B Phase I consists of 200 multiple choice questions:

  • The questions shall be objective in nature
  • Total time duration to complete the exam is 2 hours
  • Sections included here are Awareness, English Language, Quantitative Aptitude and Reasoning
  • The exam will be held online for 200 marks
  • Students who scored minimum marks for each test as prescribed by the bank will only be shortlisted for Phase II examination based on the aggregate marks obtained in Phase I.

The table below indicates the division of questions and marks for RBI Grade B Phase I examination:

Sections NameTotal number of questions askedMarks allotted for the section
General Awareness8080
English Language3030
Quantitative Aptitude3030
Reasoning6060
Total200200

RBI Grade B 2018 Exam Pattern (Phase II)

The Phase II of RBI Grade B exam also consists of multiple choice questions with a duration 1 hour 30 minutes each.

  • Only successful candidates from Phase I will appear for Phase II examination.
  • In Phase II there will be three papers i.e. Economic and Social Sciences, English, Finance, and Management
  • The Phase II exam will be comprised of objective and subjective questions
  • Except English, all question papers will be set bilingually in Hindi and English
  • To complete the exam, students will be given 1 hour and 30 minutes (for each paper).

The distribution of questions and marks for RBI Grade B Phase II examination is tabulated below::

PapersName of the PaperPaper TypeTime allotted for each paperMarks allotted for each paper
Paper 1Economic and Social IssuesObjective Type90100
Paper 2EnglishDescriptive90100
Paper 3Optional SubjectObjective90100
 - -Total270 minutes300 mark

Marking Scheme

  • For every correct answer, students will be awarded 1 mark
  • 0.25 marks will be deducted for every wrong answer
  • For any Un-attempted questions, no marks will be awarded or deducted.

RBI Grade B 2018 Syllabus

RBI Grade B 2018 Syllabus is based on the graduation curriculum. Candidates can check the important topics in the tables below from each subject inlcuded in either Phase I or II.

The following table shows the topic wise syllabus of Phase I examination:

SubjectTopics
English LanguageGrammar
Vocabulary
Error Spotting
Comprehension
Passage Making
Jumble Words
Fill in the Blanks
Sentence Framing
Quantitative AptitudeRatio and Proportion
Average
Time and Work
Speed, Distance and Time
Mixture and Allegations
Stocks and Shares
Percentage
Permutation and Combination
Algebra
Trigonometry
Data Interpretation
Mensuration
Probability
Set Theory
ReasoningInequality
Coding Decoding
Syllogism
Machine Input Output
Data Sufficiency
Circular Arrangement
Linear Arrangement
Floor Puzzle
Scheduling
Verbal Reasoning
Ordering and Ranking
Arrangement and Pattern
Blood Relations
Direction and Distance
General AwarenessBanking & Financial Awareness
Economic NewsMonetary Policies
Important Guidelines
Financial & Economics News
Economics Terms
Static AwarenessHistory
Political Science
Geography
Science
Environmental Facts
Parks, Dam, Thermal Power Plants, Mountains, Temples, Stadiums, Airports etc
Current AffairsDaily News, National and International News
Books by Famous Personalities
Sports
Awards, Summits & Conferences
Government Schemes, Agreement & Deal
People & Places in News
Science & Technology
Defence

The following table shows the Phase II examination syllabus:

SubjectTopics
Economic and Social IssuesGrowth and Development
Economic Reforms in India
Globalization
Social Structure in India
FinanceFinancial System
Financial Markets
Risk Management
Basics of Derivatives
Development in Financial Sector
Union Budget
Inflation
ManagementRole of Manager
Human Resource Development
Motivation, Morale and Incentives
Communication
Corporate Governanc

RBI Grade B 2018 Recommended Books

Below listed are some useful preparation books for RBI Grade B 2018. These books will go long way in clearing out doubts and consolidating knolwedge of core fundamentals in each section.

SubjectBook NameAuthor Name
Economic and Social IssuesIndian EconomyUma Kapila
Indian EconomyMishra Puri
Growth and DevelopmentDevraj Ray
SociologyC.N. Shankar Rao
EnglishDescriptive General EnglishS P Bakshi and Richa Sharma
Finance & ManagementMonetary Theory and Public Policy Kenneth Kurihara
Economic Growth and DevelopmentMayer and Baldwin
Financial ManagementPrasanna Chandra
StatisticsAn Introduction to Numerical AnalysisAtkinson
Sampling TechniquesCochran, William G
Fundamental of Applied StatisticsGupta, SC, VK Kapoor
EnglishObjective EnglishEdgar Thorpe
Objective General EnglishR.S. Aggarwal, Vikas Aggarwal
Word Power Made EasyNorman Lewis
ReasoningTest of ReasoningEdgar Thorpe
A modern approach to verbal & non-verbal ReasoningR.S. Aggarwal
How to prepare for Logical ReasoningArun Sharma
Analytical ReasoningM.K. Pandey

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