RBI Grade B Syllabus pdf 2022

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RBI Grade B 2022 syllabus and Exam Pattern
RBI Grade B 2022 syllabus and Exam Pattern

RBI Grade B 2022 syllabus and Exam Pattern

Here is the detailed syllabus and exam pattern of the upcoming RBI Grade B exam. The Paper I of RBI Grade B exam is similar to other banking exams, but the syllabus for the mains exam is quite different.

A candidate needs to read the RBI Grade B syllabus 2022 so that they get in-depth knowledge of all the topics which they are needed to prepare in order to clear this exam.

It is a 3 phase exam consisting of prelims, mains, and interviews. Here, we incorporate the detailed syllabus and exam pattern for RBI Grade B prelims and mains exam.

RBI Grade B Exam Pattern 2022 Prelims

• Total questions- 200
• Total marks- 200
• Total time- 120 Minutes
• Negative marking – 0.25 Marks for each wrong question

• There are 4 sections of RBI grade B prelims, each section has a sectional cut offs. So, to enter the next stage, the candidates must clear the sectional cut off as well as the overall cut off.
• Marks obtained by candidates in RBI Grade B prelims exam will not be assessed in the final merit list.

RBI Grade B Prelims Exam Pattern 2022

Section No. Of Questions Marks Duration
English Language303025 Minutes
General Awareness808025 Minutes
Quantitative Aptitude303025 Minutes
Reasoning606045 Minutes
Total200200120 Minutes

RBI Grade B Mains Exam Pattern 2022

Candidates, who ensure minimum marks individually for each Test, as specified, will be shortlisted for
Phase-II of the examination based on the combined marks obtained in Phase-I

RBI Grade B Mains Exam Pattern

Paper Name Type Of Paper Duration No. Of Questions Marks
Paper-I: Economic and Social Issues 50% Objective 30 Minutes 30 Objective Questions 50
50% Descriptive 90 Minutes 4 Descriptive Questions 50
    Total= 120 Minutes   Total=100
Paper-II: English (Writing Skills) Descriptive, answers to be typed with the help of the keyboard 90 Minutes 3 100
Paper-III: Finance and Management 50% Objective 30 Minutes 30 Objective Questions 50
50% Descriptive 90 Minutes 4 Descriptive Questions 50
    Total= 120 Minutes   Total=100

RBI Grade B Syllabus 2022: Prelims (Phase 1)

Phase 1 of the RBI Grade B 2022 is an objective type test consisting of four subjects:

◘ General Awareness
◘ English Language
◘ Quantitative Aptitude
◘ Reasoning Ability

RBI Grade B Syllabus For General Awareness

◘ Current Affairs
◘ Banking Awareness
◘ Financial Awareness
◘ Govt. Schemes and Policies
◘ Static Awareness

RBI Grade B Syllabus For English Language

◘ Reading Comprehension
◘ Cloze Test
◘ Fillers
◘ Sentence Errors
◘ Vocabulary based questions
◘ Sentence Improvement
◘ Jumbled Paragraph

◘ Paragraph Based Questions
• Paragraph Fillers
• Paragraph Conclusion
• Paragraph /Sentences Restatement

RBI Grade B Syllabus For Reasoning Ability

◘ Puzzles
◘ Seating Arrangements
◘ Direction Sense
◘ Blood Relation
◘ Syllogism
◘ Order and Ranking
◘ Coding-Decoding
◘ Machine Input-Output
◘ Inequalities
◘ Alpha-Numeric-Symbol Series
◘ Data Sufficiency

◘ Logical Reasoning
• Passage Inference
• Statement and Assumption
• Conclusion
• Argument

RBI Grade B Syllabus For Quantitative Aptitude

◘ Data Interpretation
• Pie Chart
• Line Chart
• Tabular Chart
• Caselet
• Radar/Web
• Bar Graph

◘ Inequalities (Quadratic Equations)

◘ Number Series
◘ Approximation and Simplification
◘ Data Sufficiency

◘ Miscellaneous Arithmetic Problems
• HCF and LCM
• Profit and Loss
• Simple Interst & Compound Interest
• Problem on Ages
• Work and Time
• Speed Distance and Time
• Probability
• Mensuration
• Permutation and Combination
• Average
• Ratio and Proportion
• Partnership
• Problems on Boats and Stream
• Problems on Trains
• Mixture and Allegation
• Pipes and Cisterns

RRB Grade B Syllabus for Phase-II

RRB Grade B Phase-II, Paper I Syllabus

Subject matter of RRB Grade B Paper I is “Economic and Social Issues (ESI)”.
It has 4 segments.
◘ Growth and Development
◘ Indian Economy
◘ Globalization
◘ Social Structure in India

◘ Growth and Development
• Measurement of growth
• National Income and per capita income
• Poverty Alleviation
• Employment Generation in India
• Sustainable Development
• Environmental issues.

◘ 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.

◘ Globalization
• Opening up of the Indian Economy
• Balance of Payments
• Export-Import Policy

• International Economic Institutions [ IMF, World Bank, WTO]

• Regional Economic Cooperation
• International Economic Issues

◘ Social Structure in India
• Multiculturalism
• Demographic Trends
• Urbanisation and Migration
• Gender Issues
• Social Justice

• Positive Discrimination in favour of the under privileged

• Social Movements
• Indian Political System
• Human Development
• Social Sectors in India, Health and Education.

RRB Grade B Phase-II, Paper II Syllabus

• Paper-II -English (Writing Skills)

• The paper on English shall be framed in a manner to assess the writing skills, including expression and understanding of the topic.

RRB Grade B Phase-II Paper III Syllabus

• Subject matter of Paper-III is “Finance and Management”.
• It has 4 segments.

  1. Financial System
  2. Financial Markets
  3. General Topics
  4. Management

▲ 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
• EXIM Bank
• NHB, etc

◘ Changing landscape of banking sector.

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

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

▲ 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

▲ Management

◘ Fundamentals of Management & Organizational Behaviour
• Introduction to management
• Evolution of management thought

• Scientific, Administrative, Human Relations and 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).

◘ Ethics at the Workplace and Corporate Governance:
• Meaning of ethics
• why ethical problems occur in 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

◘ Moral issues in business
• Ethics in Compliance, Finance, Human Resources, Marketing, etc.

◘ Ethical Principles in Business
• Introduction
• Organization Structure and Ethics
• Role of Board of Directors
• Best Practices in Ethics Programme
• Code of Ethics
• Code of Conduct, etc.

◘ Corporate Governance
•Factors affecting Corporate Governance
• Mechanisms of Corporate Governance

◘ Communication
• Steps in the Communication Process
• Communication Channels
• Oral versus Written Communication
• Verbal versus non-verbal Communication
• upward, downward and lateral communication
• Barriers to Communication
• Role of Information Technology.

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