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RBI Grade B Result 2017

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Reserve Bank of India has released the Result of Direct Recruitment of Officers in Grade “B” (General) of 2016-17. Check the below official link  in order to check the RBI Grade B result 2016-17.


Click on the below RBI Grade B Official website link to view the RBI Grade B result 2016-17 and list of Roll Numbers of candidates recommended for selection to the post of Officers in RBI Grade “B”.

Click here to view the Result of RBI Grade B 2016-17


NOTE: The individual marks and category wise final cut – off marks for the above recruitment will be displayed on Bank’s website within a fortnight.

Stay tuned for more updates on RBI Grade B 2016-17, Good Luck!

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RBI Assistant Recruitment Out: 2016/17 – Apply Now for 610 Posts

RBI Assistant Recruitment 2016

Reserve Bank of India(RBI) 2016 has released notification for the recruitment of 610 Assistant.  Online registration of application starts from 07th November(Monday) 2016. Eligible and Interested candidates may apply online before  28th November 2016.

Job Details:


Name of the Post  - Assistant Officers   


Number of Posts - 610   

Online Examination Dates: 

Prelims Exam - December 23 & 24, 2016.

Mains Exam-  January 2017(Tentatively)

Interview - January/February 2017(Tentatively)

 
 

Eligible Criteria:

Minimum Educational Qualification: Graduation in any discipline with 50% aggregate marks from a recognized university.

Age Limit(As on 28th November): 20 to 28 years

Application Fee(Non Refundable): 

• General & OBC : Rs. 450(Examination Fees + Intimation Charges)

• SC/ST/PWD/EXS: Rs. 50(Only Intimation Charges)

Selection Process: Prelims + Mains + Interview

Salary(Per Month) - Rs.14,650(Basic Pay) + Other Allowances

Job Location:  All India


 Important Timelines: 

• Opening Date of Online Registration of Application: 07th November 2016

• Closing Date of Online Registration of Application : 28th November 2016

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RBI GRADE B PHASE II 2016: RESULTS PUBLISHED TODAY - CHECK HERE

Attention all the RRB Grade B aspirants!! Cross your fingers and get ready to be taken by surprise. The Reserve Bank of India or RRB has released the results of RBI Grade B Phase II examination. This is the day you have been waiting for so long after attempting the examination. You will get the rewards of your hard work and dedication.

You can check the roll numbers of the candidates who are shortlisted here: List of candidates

Note- Worthy Details:

  • The call letters for interview with the dates and venue of the interview will be sent separately to the shortlisted candidates to their respective email address. Please keep an eye on your inbox and also check the spam and junk box regularly.
  • Please take a hard copy of the call letters and carry it with you on the day of interview with original documents.
  • The candidates who are shortlisted are advised to send the photocopy of the documents (one set of copies) in support of their Date of Birth, Academic Qualifications (From Matriculation/ SSC Exam) onwards - Mark sheets of all years/semesters and Passing/ Degree certificates, Caste certificate (if SC/ST/OBC), Disability certificate (if Persons with Disability-PWD).
  • With respect to academic qualification, if instead of percentage of marks, Aggregate Grade Points (i.e. CGPA/OGPA/CPI, etc.) are allotted, then the candidate must forward the criteria for conversion as defined by the Board/University/Institute. The conversion criterion must be printed on the mark-sheet or the candidate must obtain a certified copy from competent authority of the Board/University/Institute and forward the same to us. If they fail to do so, then the conversion criteria as mentioned at para 2 (b) of the recruitment advertisement no. 1A/2016-17 will be applied.
  • The candidates must submit the relevant certificate if he/ she has taken any privilege of age relaxation.
  • The Staff candidates those who are shortlisted should submit their documents through the HRMD/Staff section of respective Regional Office/COD.
  • The candidates who are shortlisted are also requested to take print out (hard copies) of the relevant proforma as mentioned below, fill them with the necessary details and send after completion along with copy of above mentioned certificates to “The General Manager, Reserve Bank of India Services Board, Reserve Bank of India Building, Third floor, Opposite Mumbai Central Railway Station, Byculla, Mumbai 400008” by Courier/Speed Post. Please make sure that it reaches the Board office within seven days of the date of result declaration on the official website.
  • All Candidates – All candidates need to submit:
    • 5 copies of ATTESTATION FORM (all in original) 
    • 7 copies of BIO DATA with prescribed sized, signed photographs affixed.
  • OBC candidates – The candidates belonging to this category need to submit:
  • SC/ST candidates – The candidates belonging to this category need to submit
  • PWD candidates – In addition to (i) [and (ii)/(iii)-if applicable] above, disability certificate in the prescribed format issued by the Competent Authority. The Candidates who have availed the facility of a scribe (other than the Visually Impaired candidates) will have to produce a medical certificate from an authorised Govt. of India/State Govt. Department/Hospital, to the effect that the candidate has physical limitation to write including that of speed. This certificate will be required in addition to his/her disability certificate. The medical certificate about physical limitation to write, including that of speed, should be dated prior to the date of on-line/written exam/test.

Stay connected for more updates. We wish all the very best!

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RBI Grade B Phase I Results: Declared today!

Your life is your message to the world. Make sure it is an inspiring one

One of the scariest times of one’s life are the dates of “Result declaration’. This is the day when your family’s and your friends’ expectations from you go sky- high. Nightmares haunt you about your poor performance and your parents getting disappointed because of your lower scores. But, you can make those days transform into days of appreciation! How? Well, the answer is by your hard work which will give you confidence to perform well.

The RBI or Reserve Bank of India has declared the Grade B exam results which was conducted on 4th September 2016. You can check for the list of selected candidates by clicking here: List of Selected Candidates

You can find the individual Mark Sheet and Cut- off Marks (individual) on the official website within two weeks.

Phase II examination: Note- worthy updates

  • It will be conducted on September 19, 2016.
  • The candidates shortlisted based on the Phase I results can only appear for the Phase II
  • There will be two shifts of this examination
  • The aspirants need to appear in both of the shifts as it is mandatory.

Stay tuned for more updates. We convey you the best of wishes and may success touch your feet!

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RBI Grade B 2016: Exam Analysis and Expected Cut- Off

“Every day do something which will inch you closer to a better tomorrow.”

The most happening examination in the banking sector i.e. RBI Grade B 2016 examination has successfully received a remarkable response from the banking aspirants. All the aspirants must be curious about the pattern of the questions asked in the examination and the Cut- off marks for shortlisting. We have the perfect solution for your curiosity in this article.

RBI Grade B Exam Analysis, Questions Asked, expected cut off, review

Whenever we talk of analysis of an examination, does it sound like some kind of Rocket Science job? It might be but trust us, it is very simple and beneficial to analyse an examination with respect to the pattern and types of questions asked. It is more of a systematic representation of data and information by breaking it into components based on their interdependence.

Before going on the analysis, let us take a look at the pattern of RBI Grade B examination pattern:

RBI Grade B: Pattern

Section

No. of Questions

Marks

Duration

General Awareness

80

80

English Language

30

30

Quantitative Aptitude

30

30

Reasoning

60

60

200

200

120 minutes

All total of 200 questions will be asked in the examination comprising of questions from all he four sections.

Now let us take a look at the section wise analysis:

RBI Grade B: Analysis (Section wise)

This analysis has been designed on the basis of the review given by different candidates across the country:

Quantitative Aptitude:

Topic

No of Questions

Level

DI

10

Tough

Quadratic Equation

5

Moderate

Series

5

Moderate

Arithmetic

10

Tough

Total

30

Tough

Reasoning:

Topic

No of Questions

Level

Syllogism

5

Easy

Seating Arrangement

5

Tough

Puzzle

10

Tough

Data Sufficiency

5

Easy-Moderate

Input/ Output

5

Easy-Moderate

Coding Decoding

5

Easy-Moderate

Inequality

5

Easy-Moderate

Miscellaneous

20

Moderate

Total

60

Moderate

English Language:

Topic

No of Questions

Level

Cloze Test

10

Moderate

Error Detection

5

Easy-Moderate

Fillers

5

Easy- Moderate

Comprehension

10

Moderate

Total

25

Moderate

General Awareness:

The section of “General Awareness” had all total of 80 questions and the questions were of ‘moderate’ level. Given below are a few questions asked in the examination:

  • Andy Murray is related to? – tennis
  • Hopman cup related to tennis.
  • Courage and commitment author
  • Who changed my interest rates author
  • Capital complex heritage site- state
  • Maitree exercise b/w
  • NDTL full form

RRB Grade B 2016: Decent Attempts:

The decent attempt for the RBI Grade B examination will be 115- 120 as per our assumptions.

RBI Grade B 2016: Expected Cut- off marks:

General:

95-105 Out of 200.

OBC :

90- 95 Out of 100.

SC/ST:

80- 90 Out of 100

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We hope that this article helps you in the RBI Grade B exam analysis. Stay connected for more updates. We wish you good luck!

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RBI Grade B Examination: Pattern, Cut- off marks and Last Minute Preparation Tips

“Our greatest weakness lies in giving up. The most certain way to succeed is to try just one more time.”- Thomas A. Edison.

While preparing for exams, it often comes to our minds that it would have been a lot easier to ace any examination if some kind of magic spell like “Abra ka Dabra” would have helped us answer all the questions in the examination. In case of the RBI Grade B examination, this can happen when the magic spell is “Effective preparation”.

RBI Grade B examination: Pattern

The RBI or Reserve Bank of India is one of the prominent names in the banking sector. The phase 1 of the RBI Grade B examination will be conducted on 4th September 2016 and the paper of Phase 1 will consist of the following sections:

  • General Awareness
  • English Language
  • Quantitative Aptitude
  • Reasoning
  • The entire paper of the phase 1

The entire paper will be of 200 marks. The candidates those who will successfully complete the Phase 1 examination will be eligible for the Phase II of RBI Grade B examination. The phase II examination will comprise of questions worth 300 marks and it will be an online examination. The entire examination will consist all total of three papers i.e. paper 1, paper 2 and paper 3. After this, the candidates will be shortlisted based on the aggregate of marks scored in all three papers of phase 2. The last round will be an interview round which will have questions worth 50 marks.

Pattern of Phase I:

Name of the section

Number of questions asked

Marks allotted for the section

General Awareness

80

80

English Language

30

30

Quantitative Aptitude

30

30

Reasoning

60

60

Total

200 questions

200 Marks

Pattern of Phase II:

Name of the Paper

Type of the Paper

Time allotted for each Paper

Marks allotted for each Paper

Paper 1

Economic and Social Issues

Objective Type questions

90 minutes

100 marks

Paper 2

English (Writing Skills)

Descriptive, to be typed with the help of the keyboard

90 minutes

100 marks

Paper 3

Optional subject

Objective Type questions

90 minutes

100 marks

Total

270 minutes

300 marks

Note- worthy updates of RBI Grade B examination:

  • The examination will be conducted in online mode.
  • The phase 1 examination will be of objective type and the phase 2 will consist of some questions which will be descriptive in nature.
  • The negative marking will be equal to 1/4th of the marks allotted to each response which is correct. There will be no deductions for questions which are not attempted.

RBI Grade B: Cut- Off Marks

The expected Cut- Off of the RBI Grade B examination are as follows:

Section Wise And Total Cut Off Expected Marks – RBI Officer Grade B Phase I 2016

Sr. No.

Section

Category

General

OBC

SC

ST

PwD (OH/HI/VH)

 1

General Awareness (Maximum Marks = 80)

35-40

30-35

29-35

30-35

30-35

 2

English (Maximum Marks = 30)

15-20

12-18

10-15

10-15

10-15

 3

Quantitative Aptitude (Maximum Marks = 30

15-20

12-18

10-15

10-15

10-15

 4

Reasoning (Maximum Marks = 60)

30-35

22-28

20-25

20-25

20-25

 5

Total Marks (Maximum Marks = 200)

115-120

100- 105

90-95

70-75

70-75

Some of the factors which can probably affect the RBI Grade B Cut- Off are:

  • The Number of candidates appearing in the Examination
  • Number of vacancies released by RBI
  • Difficulty level of the question paper
  • Previous year cut off marks

RBI Grade B: Last Minute Preparation Tips

(i) An ounce of practice is worth more than tons of teaching.  So, practice the questions of the important topics instead of practising questions from all the sections.

(ii) Take a stop watch and practice sample tests. It will give you a sense of your accuracy and speed and help you improve accordingly.

(iii) Prefer studying in group at times. It will give some quality time to discuss concepts with your friends and you will be able to grasp the concepts well.

 (iv) The main weapon to crack RBI Grade B Officers exam is the proper Time Management. Try to manage time properly as it is one of those inevitable factors which will determine your performance.

(iii) Don’t get stuck on a single as you will end up wasting a lot of time which will, in turn, degrade your performance  You are not under a compulsion to answer all the questions at any cost. Answer only those questions which you are sure about instead of answering all the questions and ending up with negative marking due to some incorrect answers.

(iv) Last but not the least, Keep calm and believe in yourself. Confidence matters!

We hope that this article will help you get a flying start. Stay tuned for more updates. We wish you good luck!

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RBI Grade B Phase 1 2016 Exam : Preparation Strategy and Tips

Reserve Bank of India has invited application for the post of Grade B officer 2016-17. There ae total 163 vacancies. RBI Grade B post is one of the highly reputed exam.

RBI Grade B Phase 1 Exam preparation strategy and tips

RBI is the Apex Banking Institution which controls the monetary policy of the India and issues currency note. It came into existence on 1st April 1935 with the provisions of the Reserve Bank of India Act, 1934 and is headquartered at Mumbai.

The educational qualification of candidates must be Bachelor Degree with minimum aggregate of 60% as well in 12th and 10th standards. Coming to age limit details, candidates should attain the age limit of minimum 21 years and a maximum of 30 years.Age relaxation is applicable for the candidates as per the government rules. You can apply online for the exam. This is a wonderful opportunity for banking aspirants.

Important Dates of RBI Grade B Phase 1 Exam:

S.NO.

Event

Tentative Dates

1

Online Application Process Starts

18 July 2016

2

Online Application Process Ends

9 August 2016

3

Last Date for Fee Payment

9 August 2016

4

Phase -1 Exam

4 September 2016

5

Phase - 2 Exam

19 September 2016

6

Phase 1 Exam Results

10 September 2016

7

Phase 2 Exam Results

25 September 2016

8

Phase 1 Exam Admit Card Download

26 August 2016

9

Phase 2 Exam Admit Card Download

12 September 2016

The exam will be conducted in different phases:

Reserve Bank Of India (RBI) Officer Grade B 2016 Exam Pattern of Phase-I :
 

S. No

Subject

No. of Questions

Marks

1

Reasoning

60

60

2

English Language

30

30

3

General Awareness

80

80

4

Quantitative Aptitude

30

30

Total

200

200



Reserve Bank Of India (RBI) Officer Grade B 2016 Exam Pattern of Phase-II :

Paper No.

Paper

Type of the Exam

Marks

Time Duration

Paper - 1

Economic and Social Issues

MCQ

100

90 Minutes

Paper - 2

English (Writing Skills)

MCQ

100

Paper - 3

Optional Subject

MCQ

100

Total

300


Strategy and Study plan : RBI Grade B Phase 1 Exam

Here we are giving detailed preparation tips and strategy for each section separately.


Reasoning: This section is of high difficulty level. You will get 60 questions of 60 marks. The trick is to approach these kind of questions with an open and clear mind. Attempting reasoning questions at first always works good as your mind will not be cluttered.

Priority Areas of Logical Reasoning:

Following topics are important, because usually atleast 4 questions come from each of these.

  • 1.Blood relations

  • 2.Sitting Arrangement

  • 3.Coding and decoding

  • 4.Input output

  • 5.Inequality (x>y and y<z)

  • 6.Data sufficiency

  • 7.Number series- find the next number

  • 8.Assumption and inferences

  • 9.Syllogism

Solve each type of question. This will give you enough confidence to attempt every section.

Quantitative Aptitude: In this section there are 30 questions of 30 marks. The questions are usually of moderate difficulty level. The questions are direct (in most cases) but would require sufficient practise and focused mind.

Read the questions carefully before attempting. Often in hurry we get down to solving questions with just half reading the question only to figure out later that there might have been a shorter way of solving or may be a totally different question is asked.

Practice trigonometry, Geometry and algebra questions as these topics are not common for other banking exams.

Priority areas in Quantitative aptitude (QA)

  • 1.Operation on brackets

  • 2.Linear equations

  • 3.Average + alligiation

  • 4.Ratios

  • 5.Profit, Loss, %, SI and CI : all can be solved if you’ve clear concept of % calculation.

  • 6.Arithmetic and Geography progression.

  • 7.TSDW (Time speed distance and Work)

  • 8.Permutation, Combination, Probability


 

General Awareness: There will be 80 questions of 80 marks in this section. The main focus of this section will be on Economy related questions. You can expect nearly 75-80% questions focused on the economy. The remaining will be from current affairs and GK.

A major share of questions will come from Economic survey, Union Budget of the current year, RBI policies, any major economic policies launched by the government etc. Also familiarise with Goods and Services Tax in India.

You should know the basic economic terms and their implications. It would always help to know the trade relations between India and other important nations or organizations, recent international pacts, Major financial organizations, RBI dealing with other nations, RBI control over Indian economy, banking system, financial / money market dealings and operations how RBI handles and controls these etc.

English Language test: This would be comparatively simpler section if you have a good hold over the language and the grammar. This section has 30 questions of 30 marks.

Expect questions from vocabulary, antonym synonyms fill in the blanks correct the wrong part of the sentence, comprehensions, word substitution etc. For English you need to read as much as you can. It is recommended to keep an oxford dictionary in hand while reading.

Improve your reading speed and understanding what you are reading.You can refer news papers, editorials, magazines etc. Brush up your grammar from school grammar books.

Priority areas in English

  • 1.Vocabulary

  • 2.Grammar

  • 3.Sentence correction

  • 4.Reading Comprehension


General tips:

  • (a)Take Practice Mock test papers.
  • (b)Take at least 4-5 practice papers daily. You can score high in Reasoning and Quant section with daily practice.
  • (c)While practising mock tests, keep an eye on time as time management and selection of questions will definitely fetch you good score.
  • (d)Concentrate on speed and accuracy. If you solve less questions but with accurate result then it is better than solving more questions inaccurately. Also, you should attempt sufficient questions to clear the cut offs.
  • (e)Be self confident and maintain a healthy schedule.

Wishing you All the Best !!

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