RBI Grade B officers new syllabus and exam pattern 2017.Reserve bank of India has recently released a notification in which it has discussed the new syllabus for the group b officers. Each year the bank recruits the candidates for the post of group B officers and a lot of candidates apply and appear for this. All those candidates who are going to appear for the recruitment process should now ensure your eligibility and the eligibility criteria and the pattern for the examination as been changed by the reserve d bank of India.
RBI Grade B officer syllabus 2017
The details are available on the official website for the RBI and also the link has been given below. All those candidates who are preparing for the RBI grade B officers must check the details from below and ensure your new eligibility for the examination. Now the candidates will need to have secured at least 60% marks in class 10 and class 12 and up to graduation to be eligible to apply for the RBI grade B officers and they have to apply online for the post when the vacancy will be released. Candidates should understand the below syllabus and pattern from below.
RBI Grade B officers new pattern 2016 of exam
The exam will be conducted online for the tier I. and mains examination will be conducted online and candidates will have to appear for this. Only those candidates will be called for the tier II examination who will pass tier I examination with the cutoff marks required in their category. The pattern of tier I examination will be the same as what it used to be earlier.
Phase I examination:
- Objective Type Multiple Choice Questions.
- Duration : 2 Hours
- Max Marks : 200
Consists the following sections in the online exam
- General Awareness
- English Language
- Quantitative Aptitude
Phase II exam pattern:
- Paper I – English – Computer Based Descriptive (Compulsory),
- Paper II – Economic and Social Issues (Compulsory) and
- Paper III – Finance & Management / Economics / Statistics (you can choose any one of these three)
Candidates who are going to apply must have Minimum of 60% marks (50% in case of SC/ST/PWD) or equivalent in Bachelor’s Degree as well as in 12th and 10th standard examinations is compulsory.
The maximum permissible number of attempts only for General category is now 6 times which was earlier limited to 4.