Reserve Bank of India (RBI) recently released a notification for Grade A & B Manager and assistant manager posts. Here we are resenting RBI Grade A & B written Examination Syllabus and pattern. Candidates who have applied for these posts must have to know the RBI Grade A/ B Syllabus to start the preparation. Candidates can also download RBI Grade B Syllabus PDF from here. RBI Grade B 2016 Syllabus and pattern for paper 1 and 2 is given below. Lacks of candidates have applied for these posts. candidates should have to do more hard work to get better marks. We will try to provide RBI Grade B officers exam study material in this article as soon as possible. Check the below for RBI Grade A & B 2016 Pattern and syllabus.
RBI Grade B Syllabus 2016:
Candidates will be selected based on the performance in written examination and personal interview. Written examination comprises two papers paper 1 and paper 2. Paper 1 is objective type question paper have 200 questions for 200 marks. Paper 1 will consist four sections they are General Awareness, English Language, Quantitative Aptitude and Reasoning. Paper 2 is descriptive type questions paper consist of three sections they are English, Economic & Social Issues and Finance & Management/ Economics/ Statistics. Each section carries 100 marks and 90 minutes time period for each section.
RBI Grade B Exam Pattern 2016:
RBI Grade B 2016 Pattern for paper 1 and paper 2 are given below. These RBI Manager and assistant manager Syllabus and pattern will help to start the preparation and to get better marks in written examination. Candidates who will get more than cut off marks are only eligible for paper 2 and personal interviews. So, check RBI Officers Syllabus and practice all topics.
Phase-I: Objective Type – 2 hours – 200 marks
Phase-II: Three Papers – 300 marks
Paper-I – online- English-(writing skills)- 1½ hours – 100 marks
Paper-II – Economic and Social Issues – 1½ hours – 100 marks
Paper-III – Optional Paper (Finance & Management/ Economics/ Statistics) –1½ hours – 100 marks
Interview: 50 marks