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Reserve Bank of India Grade B Exam 2024 ( RBI Grade B Exam )

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Updated on May 20, 2024 14:48 IST

RBI Grade B Notification 2024: Reserve Bank of India (RBI) will release RBI Grade B Notification 2024 in May 2024. RBI Grade B application form will be released after the notification is published. The notification will be released on the official website in PDF form. The notification of RBI Grade B includes the number of vacancies, eligibility criteria, important dates, application form, exam pattern, calculation of scores for different stages, provisional allotment, etc. For more details on RBI Grade B notification, candidates can read this article below.

Also Read: RBI Grade B dates

Download here RBI Grade B Previous Year's Notification PDF

Q:   How many times RBI Grade B exam is conducted?

A:
The exam is conducted once a year. RBI Grade B vacancies depend on the requirement of the various branches of RBI. The exam is conducted to select Officers in Grade B (General), Department of Economic and Policy Research and Department of Statistics and Information Management.
 

Q:   How tough is RBI Grade B exam?

A:
RBI Grade B is considered to be a challenging exam and it tests candidates knowledge of economic, finance, and management. The exam is conducted in three phases-Phase 1, 2 and Interview. The Paper 1 exam is held for 200 marks while Phase 3 carries 300 marks. The interview carries 75 marks. The difficulty level of each phase varies, with Phase II being generally considered the toughest. However, with proper preparation and practice, candidates can certainly crack the exam. The tips and tricks to crack the exam are given below: Candidates should first go through the exam pattern and syllabus inorder to understand the structure of the exam After going through the syllabus, candidates should make notes of the chapter-wise topics. After completing each chapters, they should revise these topics Candidates should attempt mock tests inorder to improve their speed and accuracy Candidates must analyse their performance after every mock tests and work on their weak areas Candidates should should stay calm and focused They should prepare a proper study routine and follow that diligently
 

Q:   What is the difference between an RBI grade B and an RBI assistant?

A:
The difference between an RBI grade B and an RBI assistant: RBI Grade B: 1- Age limit: 21 to 30 years. 2- Qualification: Graduation with 60 percent marks. Class 12th with 60 percent marks and class 10th with 60 percent marks for the general category and for the SC, ST, and PWD categories 50 percent is required. 3- Salary: Basic pay: INR 35150 per month 4- Perks: 1- Conveyance allowance: 200 liter- Mumbai 180 liter- New Delhi, Chennai, Hyderabad, Kolkata, Bangalore. 150 liter- Other cities. 2- Furnishing of Residence for Officer- INR 1,60,000 (once in 5 years) FRO Maintenance (8%) 3- Leave Fare Concession (Every 2 years) The LFC amount is INR 1,12,000 per month. Maximum 4 persons 112000*4=4,48,000 5- Job Profile: There is no Public Dealing or Handling of the Public. Managing All the Government Accounts and Central Bank Account. Issuing and Maintaining the Circulation of currency and coin issued by RBI. Checking and Maintaining Financial Stability. Controlling The money supply in the system. 6- Posting in only Urban area. RBI doesn't have branches in Urban area. 7- Promotions: Manager (Grade B) Assistant GM Dupty GM Cheif GM Executive Director Governor You can reach up to Deupty Governor 8- Selection Process: Pre, Mains, Interview RBI assistant: 1- Age limit: 20 to 28 years. 2- Educational qualification: Graduation with 50 percent marks. For the SC, ST, and PWD categories passing the marks are required. 3- Salary: Basic pay: INR 146500 per month 4- Perks: 1- Conveyance allowance: 75 liter- Mumbai 65 liter- New Delhi, Chennai, Hyderabad, Kolkata, Bangalore. 55 liter- Other cities. 2- Furnishing of Residence for Employees- INR 50,000 (once in 6 years) FRO Maintenance INR 4000 per annum. 3- Leave Fare Concession (Every 2 years) The LFC amount is INR 11,832 per month. Maximum 4 people are allowed self and 2 spouses + 2 children Maximum 4 persons 11832*4 = 47,328 5- Job Profile: There is no Public Dealing or Handling of the Public. Managing All the Government Accounts and Central Bank Account. Remitting Fresh Currency in Your state. In financial Inclusion- Assisting The team while visiting. Various Districts in your state to Increase Financial Literacy. Banking Document Verification File work Data Entry Replying to Mails. 6- Posting in only Urban area. RBI does not have branches in Urban area. 7- Promotions: Assistant Manager (Grade A) Manager Assistant GM Dupty GM Cheif GM 8- Selection Process: Pre, Mains, Interview.
 

RBI Grade B Eligibility Criteria 2024

The eligibility criteria of RBI Grade B is given below.

Post Eligibility Criteria

Age Limit

Maximum age limit: 30 years

Minimum age limit: 21 years

Educational qualification

For Grade B General Post, candidates have a Bachelor’s degree with 60 per cent marks and 50 per cent in case of SC/ST/PwBD.

Master's Degree with 55 per cent and 50 per cent for SC, ST, and PwBD candidates are required for DEPR & DSIM posts.

Also Read: RBI Grade B Eligibility Criteria 2024

RBI Grade B Exam Dates 2024

Take a look at the table below for the complete schedule of RBI Grade B Exam 2024 exam

DatesUpcoming Exam Dates

May '24

RBI Grade B Application Form 2024

TENTATIVE

May '24

RBI Grade B Notification 2024

TENTATIVE
DatesPast Exam Dates

02 Sep '23

RBI Grade B Phase 2 exam date 2023 for DEPR

19 Aug '23

RBI Grade B Phase 2 exam date for DSIM

30 Jul '23

RBI Grade B Phase 2 exam date for General post

How to Apply for RBI Grade B?

RBI Grade B application form is released online. The application can be paid online only. It is INR 850 for General/OBC and INR 100 for SC/ST/PwBD. The steps to fill the application form are given below:

  • Visit the official website
  • Click the registration link
  • Enter the basic details
  • Registration number and password will be generated
  • Upload the scanned documents
  • Fill the detailed application form
  • Preview the application form
  • Click the ‘Submit’ button
  • Pay the application fees
  • Take the printout of the application form and fee-receipt

Q:   How can candidates apply for RBI Grade B?

A:
Candidates need to fill the application form online through the official website. The application process comprises different steps that candidates need to complete successfully. The application process comprises registration, uploading of scanned photograph and signature, filling the detailed application form, previewing the application, uploading of left thumb impression & handwritten declaration and fee payment.
 

Q:   How can I fill RBI Grade B application form?

A:

RBI Grade B application form needs to be filled online only. Candidates should not submit RBI Grade B application form offline. Candidates are not required to submit the hard copy of the application form. The application process comprises various steps such as registration, uploading the scanned photograph and signature, filling the detailed online form, previewing the application form, uploading the scanned left thumb impression and handwritten declaration, paying the application fees and take printout of the application form. The steps to fill RBI Grade B application form are given below:

  •  Visit the official website of RBI
  • Click on the RBI Grade B registration link to register for the exam
  • Candidates need to enter the required details in the registration form
  •  After successful registration, registration ID and password are generated
  • In the detailed application form, candidates need to enter basic details, personal details, educational qualification, communication details, choose exam centres, etc.
  •  After entering the details, candidates should preview the application form and submit it
  • Candidates should upload the handwritten declaration and left thumb impression
  • They should pay the application fees and submit it
  • ·       Take the printout of the transaction receipt
 

Q:   Do I need to send the printout of the RBI Grade B application form and e-receipt?

A:

No, candidates should not send the printout of the RBI Grade B application form and e-receipt. However, candidates must keep the printout of the application form and fee receipt for future reference. They should keep the printout of the application form and fee receipt till the completion of recruitment process. Candidates need to fill the application form of RBI Grade B online. The application fee for the exam is INR 850 for General/OBC and INR 100 for SC/ST/PwBD, can be paid online only. The application process of RBI Grade B comprises registration, uploading the scanned photograph and signature, filling the detailed application form, uploading left thumb impression and handwritten declaration, previewing the application form, paying the application fees and final submission.

 

RBI Grade B Exam Pattern 2024

RBI Grade B exam pattern is divided into Phase I, II, and Interview. Phase I of RBI Grade B for General Post comprises four sections. All the questions in the exam will be objective type. The total marks for the test are 200. Phase II comprises both objective-type and descriptive-type questions. The test comprises three papers. The total marks for the test are 300. The Interview for General Post carries a total of 50 marks. 

Phase 1 RBI Grade B Exam Pattern 

Structure of Phase I exam

Sections

Number of questions

Marks

General Awareness

80

80

Reasoning

60

60

English Language

30

30

Quantitative Aptitude

30

30

Total

200

200

Phase 2 RBI Grade B Exam Pattern

Structure of Phase II exam
Name of the Paper Type of Paper Duration Marks
Paper-I: Economic and Social Issues 50 per cent Objective Type 50 per cent Descriptive, answers to be typed with the help of the keyboard 120 Minutes

Objective: 30

Descriptive: 90

Total: 100 Marks

Objective: 50

Descriptive: 50

Paper-II: English (Writing Skills) Descriptive answers to be typed with the help of the keyboard. Candidates opting to type the answers in Hindi may do so with the help of either Inscript or Remington (GAIL) keyboards layout. 90 Minutes 100
Paper-III: Finance and Management 50 per cent Objective Type and 50 per cent Descriptive, answers to be typed with the help of the keyboard. Candidates opting to type the answers in Hindi may do so with the help of either Inscript or Remington (GAIL) keyboards layout. 120 minutes

Objective: 30

Descriptive: 90

Total: 100 Marks

Objective: 50

Descriptive: 50

Q:   What is AFCAT Exam Pattern?

A:
AFCAT exam pattern highlights the overall structure of the exam such as number of sections, weightage of topics, time duration, total marks, marking scheme, etc. AFCAT exam is divided into online test and AFSB interview. Besides AFCAT candidates who applies for the technical branch are required to appear for the Engineering Knowledge Test (EKT). AFCAT test comprises different sections such as General Awareness, Verbal Ability in English . Numerical Ability, Military Reasoning, and Aptitude test. EKT carries questions from Mechanical, Computer Science, and Electrical & Electronics. AFCAT carries a total of 100 questions whereas, EKT carries 50 questions. The total marks allotted to AFCAT are 300 whereas, EKT carries 150 marks. The duration of AFCAT exam is two hours whereas EKT is held for 45 minutes. Both AFCAT and EKT is held in online mode and the language of the question paper is English.
 

Q:   What is AFCAT marking scheme?

A:
AFCAT marking scheme is prescribed by the examination authority. The marking scheme highlights the marks that candidates score for correct answers and marks deducted for wrong answers. The total marks allotted to AFCAT exam are 300. AFCAT marking scheme is given below: For correct answers, candidates score three marks. For example: Reasoning section carries 35 questions and candidates have answered 20 questions correctly. They will score 60 marks For every wrong answer, one mark will be deducted. For example: Candidates have attempted 18 questions, out of which, 15 questions are correct and three questions are incorrect. The score of candidates will be 15x3-3=42. The examination authority does not deduct marks for unattempted questions.
 

Q:   How difficult is AFCAT exam?

A:
It is not that difficult to crack AFCAT if candidates follow the right strategy for preparation. Before beginning with the preparation, candidates must go through the AFCAT syllabus because it will help them to know the topics to be covered for the exam. After completing the syllabus, candidates must attempt the mock tests to analyse the level of their preparation. The tips and tricks to prepare for the exam are given below: Gain complete knowledge about the syllabus and exam pattern Candidates need to solve the previous years' question papers to know the types of questions asked in the exam Candidates should be thorough with the Current Affairs Candidates should attempt mock tests Candidates must make a proper strategy for the exam based on the topics given in the syllabus
 

RBI Grade B Syllabus 2024

RBI Grade B syllabus is prescribed by the Reserve Bank of India. It highlights the topics that candidates need to prepare for the exam. The syllabus for Phase I for General Post comprises topics from General Awareness, English Language, Quantitative Aptitude, and Reasoning. RBI Grade B syllabus for Phase II comprises topics from Economic and Social Issues, English (Writing Skills), and Finance and Management. RBI Grade B syllabus is given below for Phase 1 exam.

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

 

Tabulation

Data Interpretation

 

Syllogism

Ratio & Proportion, Percentage

Blood Relations

Number Systems

Input Output

Sequence & Series

Coding Decoding

Permutation, Combination &Probability

Q:   How do I complete the RBI Grade B syllabus?

A:

Ideally, candidates need at least 8 to 10 months for RBI Grade B preparation. It also depend on how much time candidates can devote to the preparation. They need to analyse their strengths and weaknesses in the syllabus, make study plan and stick to it. Be consistent and discipline with the preparation. The tips and tricks to complete the RBI Grade B syllabus are given below: 

  • Note down all the important given in the syllabus
  • Go through all the topics given in RBI Grade B syllabus
  • Candidates can clear the concept of each and every topic given in the syllabus from the books
  • After going through the chapters given in RBI Grade B syllabus, candidates must solve previous years' question papers
  • Candidates must make monthly study plan based on the syllabus to get an idea about how much one need to cover in that particular month
  • Candidates must make weekly study plan where they need to divide the syllabus week-wise. It helps candidates to cover the syllabus effectively
  • Candidates must make daily study plan where they need to give themselves the deadline to cover a certain topic within a day

 

 

Q:   What is the level of RBI Grade B syllabus?

A:

The standard of RBI Grade B syllabus is of the Graduation and Postgraduation levels. RBI Grade B syllabus for Phase 1 comprises subjects such as General Awareness, Reasoning, English Language and Quantitative Aptitude. RBI Grade B Phase 2 syllabus comprises topics such as Paper-I: Economic and Social Issues, Paper-II: English and Paper-III: Finance and Management. Candidates qualifying the Phase 1 exam of RBI Grade B are called for Phase 2 exam. Those who qualify the Phase 2 exam are called for psychometric test and interview. The psychometric test is qualifying in nature. The marks secured in the interview are taken into consideration for the final merit list preparation.

 

Q:   What topics are covered in the RBI Grade B syllabus?

A:

RBI Grace B syllabus is divided into Phase 1 and 2. The topics covered in RBI Grade B syllabus are given below:

RBI Grade B Phase 1 Syllabus

RBI Grade B Phase 1 Syllabus for DR (General)
ReasoningQuantitative AbilityEnglish LanguageGeneral 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

 

Tabulation

Data Interpretation

 

Syllogism

Ratio & Proportion, Percentage

Blood Relations

Number Systems

Input Output

Sequence & Series

Coding Decoding

Permutation, Combination &Probability

RBI Grade B Phase 2 Syllabus

SubjectSyllabus

Paper 1- Economic & Social Issues

1. Growth and Development 

Measurement of growth- National Income and per capita income

Poverty Alleviation and Employment Generation in India

Sustainable Development

Environmental issues

2. Indian Economy 

Economic History of India

Changes in Industrial and Labour Policy

Monetary and Fiscal Policy since reforms of 1991

Priorities and recommendations of Economic Survey and Union Budget

Indian Money and Financial Markets: Linkages with the economy

Role of Indian banks and Reserve Bank in the development process

Public Finance

Political Economy

Industrial Developments in India

Indian Agriculture

Services sector in India

3. Globalization

Opening up of the Indian Economy

Balance of Payments

Export-Import Policy

International Economic Institutions

IMF and World Bank

WTO

Regional Economic Cooperation

International Economic Issues

4. Social Structure in India 

Multiculturalism

Demographic Trends

Urbanisation and Migration

Gender Issues

Social Justice: Positive Discrimination in favour of the underprivileged

Social Movements

Indian Political System

Human Development

Social Sectors in India

Health and Education

Paper 2- English

To analyse the writing skills of the candidates including expression and understanding of the topic

Paper 3 (a) Finance

1. Financial System

Regulators of Banks and Financial Institutions

Reserve Bank of India- functions and conduct of monetary policy

Banking System in India – Structure and concerns, Financial Institutions – SIDBI, EXIM Bank, NABARD, NHB, etc, Changing landscape of banking sector.

Impact of the Global Financial Crisis of 2007-08 and the Indian response

2. Financial Markets

Primary and Secondary Markets (Forex, Money, Bond, Equity, etc.), functions, instruments, recent developments.

3. General Topics

Risk Management in Banking Sector

Basics of Derivatives

Global financial markets and International Banking – broad trends and latest developments.

Financial Inclusion

Alternate source of finance, private and social cost-benefit, Public-Private Partnership

Corporate Governance in Banking Sector, role of e-governance in addressing issues of corruption and inefficiency in the government sector.

The Union Budget – Concepts, approach, and broad trends

Inflation: Definition, trends, estimates, consequences, and remedies (control): WPI, CPI - components and trends; striking a balance between inflation and growth through monetary and fiscal policies.

FinTech

Paper 3 (b)- Management

1. Fundamentals of Management & Organizational Behaviour

Introduction to management

Evolution of management thought

Scientific, Administrative, Human Relations

Systems approach to management

Management functions and Managerial roles

Nudge theory

Meaning & concept of organizational behaviour

Personality: meaning, factors affecting personality, Big five model of personality

Concept of reinforcement

Perception: concept, perceptual errors

Motivation: Concept, importance

Content theories (Maslow’s need theory, Alderfers’ ERG theory, McCllelands’ theory of needs, Herzberg’s two-factor theory)

Process theories (Adams equity theory, Vrooms expectancy theory).

Leadership: Concept, Theories (Trait, Behavioural, Contingency, Charismatic, Transactional and Transformational Leadership

Emotional Intelligence: Concept, Importance, Dimensions.

Analysis of Interpersonal Relationship: Transactional Analysis, Johari Window

Conflict: Concept, Sources, Types, Management of Conflict

Organizational Change: Concept, Kurt Lewin Theory of Change

Organizational Development (OD): Organisational Change, Strategies for Change, Theories of Planned Change (Lewin’s change model, Action research model, Positive model).

2. Ethics at the Workplace and Corporate Governance

Meaning of ethics, why ethical problems occur in the business

Theories of ethics: Utilitarianism: weighing social cost and benefits, rights and duties, Justice and fairness, ethics of care, integrating utility, rights, justice and caring

An alternative to moral principles: virtue ethics, teleological theories, egoism theory, relativism theory

 

RBI Grade B Salary

The basic RBI Grade B salary is INR 55,200. The pay scale is INR 55,200-2850(9)-80,850-EB-2850 (2)-86,550-3300(4)-99,750 (16 years). The initial monthly gross emoluments are INR 1,08,404 (approx). The allowances offered to candidates are Dearness Allowance, Local Allowance, House Rent Allowance, Family Allowance, and Grade Allowance. Candidates joining as Grade B officers are promoted to the following levels:

  • Assistant Manager
  • Manager
  • Assistant General Manager
  • Deputy General Manager
  • General Manager
  • Chief General Manager
  • Executive Director
  • Deputy Governo

Q:   What perks are given to a Grade B Officer apart from the RBI Grade B Salary?

A:

RBI Grade B Officers are entitled to the following perks and allowances: Back Accommodation Medical Allowance Leave Fare Concession Furnishing of Residence Miscellaneous Allowance (Fuel, Furniture, etc. ) The gross monthly emoluments of RBI Grade B is INR 1,08,404. This is including the perks and benefits offered to candidates. The allowances of RBI Grade B that candidates are entitled to along with the salary are given below:

  • Dearness Allowance
  • Local Allowance
  • House Rent Allowance
  • Family Allowance
  • Grade Allowance

 

 

 

Q:   What is RBI Grade B salary?

A:
RBI Grade B salary is INR 55,200 per month. The pay scale is INR 55,200-2850 (9)-80,850-EB-2850 (2)-86,550-3300 (4)-99,750 (16 years). Candidates are entitled to Dearness Allowance, Local Allowance, House Rent Allowance, Family Allowance, and Grade Allowance. Initial monthly gross emoluments are INR 1,08,404 (approximately).. .
 

Q:   What is the pay scale of an RBI Grade B Officer?

A:
Selected candidates will get starting basic pay of INR 55,200 per month in the pay scale of INR 55,200-2850 (9)-80,850-EB-2850 (2) - 86,550-3300 (4)-99,750 (16 years). The initial monthly gross emoluments are INR 1,08,404. The basic pay of a Grade B Officer in RBI is INR 55,200 per month. Candidates will also receive benefits such as Dearness Allowance, Local Allowance, House Rent Allowance, Family Allowance, and Grade Allowance.
 

RBI Grade B Vacancy 2024

RBI Grade B vacancy 2024 will be released along with the notification for different categories and posts. Till then candidates can check below the category-wise vacancy break-up of previous year's. 

RBI Grade B Vacancy 2023

Post Unreserved (Gen/UR) SC ST OBC EWSs Total

Officers in Grade ‘B’(DR)- General

109

25

17

49

22

222

Officers in Grade ‘B’(DR)- DEPR

14

4

6(4)

11

3

38

Officers in Grade ‘B’(DR)- DSIM

9

8(5)

5(5)

6

3

31

RBI Grade B Last Year Vacancy

In 2022, a total of 294 vacancies were announced. The post-wise RBI Grade B vacancy is given below.

Post Total

Officers in Grade ‘B’(DR)- General

238

Officers in Grade ‘B’(DR)- DEPR

31

Officers in Grade ‘B’(DR)- DSIM

24

Total 

294

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RBI Grade B Notification 2024 FAQs

Candidates can check below RBI Grade B notification 2024 FAQs.

Q:   What is the age limit for applying to RBI Grade B?

A:
Candidates must be between 21 and 30 years to apply for RBI Grade B exam. Relaxation in the upper age limit is given to candidates belonging to reserved categories. Yes, relaxation in the age limit is provided to candidates belonging to the reserved categories in RBI Grade B exam. The category-wise age relaxation for RBI Grade B exam is given below. SC/ST-5 OBC-3 Physically Handicapped-10 PH+OBC-13 PH+SC/ST-15.
 

Q:   How many vacancies are announced for RBI Grade B exam?

A:
RBI Grade B notification has been released to fill up a total of 291 vacancies. In 2022, a total of 294 vacancies were announced for RBI Grade B exam. The vacancy break-up is given below. Officers in Grade B (DR)- General-222 Officers in Grade B (DR)- DSIM-31 Officers in Grade B (DR)- DEPR-38
 

Q:   Is there any sectional cutoff in RBI Grade B exam?

A:
Yes, there is a sectional in RBI Grade B exam. Candidates need to secure both sectional and overall cutoff marks to qualify the exam. Candidates securing equal to or more than the cut off marks are selected for the subsequent rounds of selection.
 

Q:   How can I check RBI Grade B result?

A:

RBI Grade B result is declared online separately for prelims, Mains and final selection. The result is made available in PDF form. The scorecard is released after the declaration of the result. To download the scorecard, candidates need to enter the required credentials. The hard copy of the result is not sent to candidates by post. RBI Grade B scorecard is released few days after the declaration of the result. To download the scorecard, candidates need to enter the required credentials. The hard copy of the scorecard is not sent to candidates by post. The steps to download the RBI Grade B result are given below:

  • Visit the official website of RBI
  • Click the RBI Grade B result link on the home page
  • RBI Grade B result PDF opens on a new page
  • Search your roll number in the result list
  • Download the result PDF and save the file
 

Q:   Are the exam centres for RBI Grade B prelims and Mains exams the same?

A:
RBI Grade B exam centres are different for prelims and Mains exams. The prelims exam is conducted in more than 150 cities and Mains exam is conducted in 20 cities. The interview is conducted at some of the exam centres prescribed for the Mains exam. The interview is conducted at the regional offices of RBI at times.
 

Q:   When RBI Grade B admit card is issued?

A:
RBI Grade B admit card is released one or two weeks before the exam. Candidates can download the admit card online by entering the required login details. The hard copy of the admit card is not sent to candidates by post. RBI Grade B admit card is released separately for prelims, Mains and interview.
 

Q:   What are the important topics for RBI Grade B exam?

A:
The important topics for RBI Grade B exam are given below: English Language: The important topics are Error Spotting, Sentence Rearrangement, and Grammatical Error questions, Reading Comprehension Reasoning: Seating Arrangement, Blood Relations, Coding-Decoding, and Syllogism. Quantitative Aptitude Data Interpretation, Simplification, and Number Series.
 

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The tips and tricks to prepare for RBI Grade B exam in two months are given below:

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  • Candidates must create a study plan and

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Anangsha Patra

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The Grading System to pass a BCA course at Glocal University is not explicitly mentioned in the provided search results. However, the information indicates that the course curriculum is relevant, semester exams are held strictly, and the pass percentage is high at 90%. Additionally, the BCA programm

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