RBI Grade B Officer Syllabus 2018

RBI Grade b SyllabusRBI attracts thousands of applicants to sit through the exam because of the influence it has on all the people nation-wide. The exam demands intense preparation because not all out of the thousands of applicants are able to make their way through the prelims. The online application for recruitment of RBI Grade B officer started from 3rd July, 2018 and the last date for application is 23rd July, 2018. RBI grade B preliminary exam is scheduled to be on 16th August, 2018 and Mains exam will take place on 7th September, 2018 which would be then followed by an interview.

The detailed syllabus that the candidates should refer to in order to prepare for the exam is as follows-

RBI Grade B Preliminary exam syllabus

The preliminary exam will consist of the following sections-

  1. Quantitative Aptitude
  2. Reasoning
  3. English Language
  4. General Awareness
Sections Topics

Quantitative aptitude

Simplification, Profit and less, Simple Interest and Compound Interest, Surds and Indices, Time & Distance, Work & Time, Mixtures and Allegations, Data Interpretation, Number System, Mensuration (cylinder, cone, sphere), Sequence & Series, Permutation, Combination & Probability.


Logical Reasoning, Alphanumeric Series, Data Sufficiency, Coded Inequalities, Seating arrangements, Puzzle, Tabulation, Syllogism, Blood Relations, Input Output, Coding decoding, Ranking/ Direction/ Alphabet Test

English Language

Reading Comprehension, Cloze Test, Miscellaneous, Fill in the blanks, Multiple Meaning/ Error Spotting, Paragraph Completion, Para Jumbles.
General Awareness Current affairs, Indian Financial Systems, Indian Banking Systems, Monetary Plans, National Institutions, banking terms.

RBI Grade B Mains Syllabus:

The mains examination includes 3 sections:

    1. Economic & Social Issues
    2. Management
    3. Finance
Economic and Social Issues Management Finance
·        Growth & development

·        Globalization

·        Social Structure in India

·        Economic Reforms in India

·        Role of Manager

·        Communication

·        Motivation, Morale & Incentives

·        Corporate Governance

·        Human Resource Development

·        Financial System

·        Basics of Derivatives

·        Development in Financial Sector

·        Union Budget

·        Inflation

·        Financial markets

*The preliminary and mains examination will be followed by an interview round. The final score card will be based on the cumulative score obtained by the candidates in their mains exam and interview process*

All the best!

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