RBI Grade B Syllabus
RBI Grade B syllabus is similar to that of any other bank exam. There are four major sections that a candidate needs to prepare to ace the preliminary exam. These are Reasoning, Quantitative Aptitude and English Language and General Awareness. The sections have a wide range of topics on which questions are based. It is recommended that candidates must have a look at the previous year papers and know about the weightage of each topic.
RBI Grade B Preliminary Exam syllabus:
The preliminary examination of RBI Grade B exam 2018 will comprise of Reasoning Ability, Quantitative Aptitude, English Language and General Awareness. Here is the detailed syllabus:
|Reasoning||Quantitative Ability||English Language||General Awareness|
|Logical Reasoning||Simplification||Reading Comprehension||Current Affairs|
|Alphanumeric Series||Profit & Loss||Cloze Test||Indian Financial Systems|
|Ranking/Direction/Alphabet Test||Mixtures &Alligations||Para jumbles||Indian Banking Systems|
|Data Sufficiency||Simple Interest & Compound Interest & Surds & Indices||Miscellaneous||Monetary Plans|
|Coded Inequalities||Work & Time||Fill in the blanks||National Institutions|
|Seating Arrangement||Time & Distance||Multiple Meaning /Error Spotting||Banking Terms|
|Puzzle||Mensuration – Cylinder, Cone, Sphere||Paragraph Completion|
|Syllogism||Ratio & Proportion, Percentage|
|Blood Relations||Number Systems|
|Input Output||Sequence & Series|
|Coding Decoding||Permutation, Combination &Probability|
RBI Grade B Mains syllabus:
The Mains Examination of RBI Grade B exam 2018 will constitute of 3 sections: Economic & Social Issues, Finance and Management. The complete syllabus is discussed below:
|Economic & Social Issues||Growth and Development
Economic Reforms in India
Social Structure in India
Basics of Derivatives
Development in Financial Sector
|Managemnet||Role of Manager
Human Resource Development
Motivation, Morale and Incentives
Besides the preliminary exam and the mains exam, an interview process is also conducted for candidates who qualify the first two phases of RBI Grade B exam.
The final merit list is made on the basis of marks obtained by a candidate in his/ her mains exam and interview process.
Frequently Asked Questions:
When does the course start and finish?
The course starts now and never ends! It is a completely self-paced online course - you decide when you start and when you finish.
How long do I have access to the course?
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