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RBI GRADE B Exam Pattern

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RBI GRADE B 2023 EXAMINATION PATTERN

 

RBI Grade B 2023 Exam will be held in 3 phases:

1. Phase-I Online Examination

2. Phase-II Online Examination

3. Interview.

 

RBI GRADE B PHASE-I EXAMINATION PATTERN

 

·  Mode of Examination - Online mode.

·  Sections of the Examination – 4 (General Awareness, English Language, Reasoning, and Quantitative Aptitude)

·  Types of questions - All the questions will be objective type (MCQ).

·  Total question - 200

·  Maximum Marks - 200

·  Exam Duration – 2 hours (120 min)

·  Marks for the correct  answer - One mark will be given for the correct answer.

·  Negative Marking - 0.25 marks are deducted for each wrong answer.

 

RBI Grade B Phase 1 Exam Pattern

Sections of the Exam

Total Question

Maximum Marks

Exam Type

Exam Duration

General Awareness

200

200 Marks

Online Objective Test

2 hours (120 min)

English Language

Quantitative Aptitude

Reasoning

 

RBI GRADE B PHASE-II EXAMINATION PATTERN

 

The Phase-II Written Examination (WE) will be held only for the candidates who have been shortlisted based on the results of the RBI Grade B Officers Phase-I. The RBI Grade B Officers Phase 2 Exam will have three papers:

 

·  Paper-I:    Economic and Social Issues

·  Paper II:   English (Writing Skills)

·  Paper-III: Finance and Management

 

Name of Test

Paper Type

Maximum Marks

Time Allotted

Number of Questions

Paper I – Economic and Social Issues

Objective

50

30 Minutes

-

Descriptive

50

90 Minutes

Paper-II – English (Writing Skills)

Descriptive Test

100

90 Minutes

3

Paper III – Finance and Management

Objective

50

30 Minutes

-

Descriptive

50

90 Minutes

 

NOTE - For both Paper I and Paper III, there will be 30 questions and 50 marks for Objective questions (some questions will carry 2 marks and some will carry 1 mark). In the case of descriptive questions, 6 will be asked, of which candidates must attempt 4 (2 of 15 marks each (with difficulty level) and 2 of 10 marks each).

 

NOTE: RBI Grade B Officers Phase-I (except the test of English) and Papers I and III of Phase-II will be set bilingually in Hindi and English.

 

RBI GRADE B OFFICER INTERVIEW

 

Candidates will be shortlisted for interviews based on a combination of their Phase-II marks (Paper-I +Paper-II +Paper-III). The Board shall determine the minimal aggregate cut off marks for being shortlisted for interview based on the number of vacancies. The names of those who have been shortlisted for interviews will be published on the RBI website at the appropriate time, and interview invitations will be sent to the candidates' registered email addresses. The RBI Grade B Officers Interview will be worth 75 points. The candidate may choose to have the interview in either Hindi or English. RBI Officers in Grade B The merit list will be created by adding the marks obtained by applicants in the RBI Grade B Officers Phase-II test and interview.

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