With a handful of opportunities, the Central Bank of the country i.e The Reserve Bank Of India has announced recruitment for RBI Grade B Officers 2020. Following the notification, RBI has opened 199 vacancies for the recruitment of Officers in Grade B (General) DR, DSIM, and DEPR.
As per the norms, RBI Grade B Registration 2020 will start from next week i.e. on 21 September 2020. The last date for submitting the online application form is 11 October 2020.
The exam for RBI Grade B Officer is conducted Online which consists of two papers i.e Phase 1 (Preliminary) and Phase 2 (Mains). Applicants who successfully qualify both the phases with required aggregate marks are then called for the third phase i.e to appear for RBI Grade B Interview.
Candidates those who successfully clear out the interview round will be paid ‘Level 7’ wages, which is :
In this article, we will provide you complete syllabus required for RBI Grade B Officer 2020. Along with it what will be the exam pattern for both the phases and what is the required eligibility criteria for it will also be told to you.
Grade B Officer (DR) General
Grade B Officer (DR) DSIM
Grade B Officer (DR) DEPR
Rs-850/-( Intimation Charges included)
Rs-100/- (Only Intimation Charges)
(10 Lengthy Questions Based On Banking & Economy)
( 10 Questions)
Indian Financial Systems
Indian Banking System
Mixtures & Alligations
Logical / Analytical Reasoning
Work & Time
Fill In The Blanks
Time & Distance
Multiple Meaning /Error Spotting
Ratio & Proportion, Percentage
Permutation, Combination & Probability
Profit & Loss
Name of Paper
Type of Paper
English (Writing skill)
Finance and Management
The minimum age criteria allotted by the RBI for candidates to apply for Grade B Exam is 21 years and the maximum is 30 years.
Candidates who have applied for the RBI Grade B Officer exam, within a specified period will be issued with their admit card/hall ticket/call letter which can be easily downloaded from the official website.
Note: Admit cards for RBI Grade B 2020 will be issued separately for both Phase-I&II exams. Admit card for Phase-II will be provided only when an applicant can clear the Phase-I exam. We wish that the above information related to the RBI Grade B exam syllabus would have helped you to clarify your doubts regarding the exam. For more details visit the official website of www.rbi.org.in.
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