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RBI Grade B 2022 Syllabus

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RBI Grade B 2022 Syllabus

The applications are required to cover all the topics that make up the RBI Grade B exam 2022 for better performance in the actual RBI Grade B exam 2022. The topics that you must cover to clear the RBI Grade B Phase-I Exam are given below:

RBI Grade B Phase-I Syllabus:


·             Grammar

·             Vocabulary

·             Error Spotting

·             Comprehension

·             Passage Making

·             Jumble words

·             Fill in the blanks

·             Sentence Framing

Quantitative Aptitude

·             Mensuration

·             Time and Work

·             Average, Ratio, Percentages

·             Speed, Distance and Time

·             Mixture and Allegations

·             Permutation and Combination

·             Data Interpretation

·       Probability


·             Puzzles

·             Seating Arrangement

·             Directions and Distance

·             Data Sufficiency

·             Blood Relations

·             Syllogism

·             Coding-Decoding

·             Inequality

General Awareness

·             Banking & Financial Awareness

·             Monetary Policies

·             Economic Terms

·             Current Affairs

·             Financial & Economics News

·             Static GK

·             Government Schemes, Agreement & Deals

·             Banking terms, rates, processes

RBI Grade B Phase-II Exam Syllabus

Given below are detailed-wise topics you need to cover for the RBI Grade B Phase II exam:

Exam PapersTopics
Paper-I: Economic and Social Issues

·             Growth and Development

·             Measurement of growth: National Income and per capita income

·             Sustainable Development and Environmental issues

·             Poverty Alleviation and Employment Generation in India

·             Economic Reforms in India

·             Industrial and Labour Policy

·             Monetary and Fiscal Policy

·             IMF and World Bank

·             WTO

·             Regional Economic Cooperation

·             Social Structure in India

·             Multiculturalism

·             Demographic Trends

·             Urbanization and Migration

·             Gender Issues

·             Privatization

·             Role of Economic Planning

·             Globalization

·             Balance of Payments

·             Export-Import Policy

·             Opening up of the Indian Economy

·             International Economic Institutions

Social Justice:

·             Positive Discrimination in favor of the underprivileged

·             Social Sectors in India

·             Social Movements

·             Indian Political System

·             Human Development

·             Health, and Education.

Paper-II: English (Writing Skills)This paper assesses the writing skill that includes the capability of expressing and understanding the topic
Paper-III: Finance and Management


·             Financial System

·             Regulators of Banks and Financial Institutions

·             Banking System in India

·             Financial Institutions – SIDBI, EXIM, NABARD, NHB, etc,

·             Financial Markets Primary and Secondary Markets

·             Risk Management in Banking Sector

·             Reserve Bank of India- functions, and conduct monetary policy

Basics of Derivatives:

·             Forward, Futures, and Swap

·             Changing Landscape of Banking sector

·             Recent Developments in the Financial Sector

·             Portfolio Investment

·             Public Sector Reforms

·             Role of e-governance in addressing the issues of corruption and inefficiency in the government sector

·             The Union Budget

·             Direct and Indirect taxes

·             Non-tax sources of Revenue

·             GST

·             Thirteenth Finance Commission and GST

·             Finance Commission

·             Fiscal Policy

·             Fiscal Responsibility and Budget Management Act (FRBM)

·             Disinvestments

·             Financial Inclusion- use of technology

·             Alternate source of finance

·             Private and social cost-benefit

·             Public-Private Partnership Corporate Governance in Banking Sector


·             Definition

·             Trends, estimates, consequences, and remedies (control): WPI, CPI – components, and trends.

Management-Its nature and scope:

·             The Management Processes; Planning, Organisation, Staffing, Directing, and Controlling

·             The Role of a Manager in an Organisation Leadership: The Tasks of a Leader; Leadership Styles

·             Goals of HRD

·             Performance Appraisal, Potential appraisal, Leadership Theories

·             A successful Leader versus an effective Leader

·             Human Resource Development

·             Concept of HRD and development

·             Feedback and Performance Counselling

·             Career Planning

·             Training and Development

·             Rewards

·             Employee Welfare.

Motivation, Morale, and Incentives:

·             Theories of Motivation

·             How Managers Motivate

·             Concept of Morale

·             Factors determining morale

·             Role of Incentives in Building up Morale.


·             Steps in the Communication Process

·             Communication Channels

·             Oral versus Written Communication

·             Barriers to Communication

·             Role of Information Technology

·             Verbal versus non-verbal Communication

·             upward, downward, and lateral communication.

·             Corporate Governance:

·             Mechanisms of Corporate Governance

·             Factors affecting Corporate Governance.

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I am in the final year of my graduation, am I eligible to apply for this recruitment?

No, you are not eligible. To apply for Officer Grade B, General a candidate must have completed his/her graduation as per the date specified by RBI.

What is the Application fee for RBI Grade B Officer recruitment? +

For general and OBC category candidates, an application fee to apply for RBI Grade B Officer recruitment 2021 is 850/- and for all other (SC/ST/PWD), it is 100/- rupees. There is no application charge for a person who is already working with RBI under any post.

How many times can I appear for this RBI Grade B Officer Exam? +

Candidates belonging to General category can appear for a maximum six times in this exam. It means if you have already given the phase 1 examination for the posts under this recruitment six times earlier, then you are not eligible to apply for this exam seventh time. There is no such limit on a number of attempts for candidates belonging to SC/ST/OBC/PWD for this exam.

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