ASTRAL INSTITUTE FOR COMPETITIVE EXAMINATION offers the best RBI GRADE B classes in India. With the high number of selections in the COMPETITIVE EXAMS, Astral is consistently giving the top results.

RBI GRADE B is not a difficult course, but you will need good coaching to understand the concepts better and get valuable guidance. And ASTRAL INSTITUTE FOR COMPETITIVE EXAMINATION is one such RBI GRADE B Institute that understands the needs of the exam and the students.

RBI Grade B Exam Pattern
The RBI Grade B exam consists of the following stages:

  1. Phase – I Examination
    Duration: A composite time of 120 minutes (about 2 hours) is provided to the candidate.
  2. Phase – II Examination
    Duration: 120 minutes (about 2 hours)
  3. Interview
    Duration: 120 minutes (about 2 hours)
Sections No. of Questions Marks 
Phase I   
General Awareness 80 80 
Quantitative Aptitude 30 30 
English Language 30 30 
Reasoning 60 60 
Phase II   
Paper I: Economic and Social Issues 50% Objective & 50% Descriptive 30 Objective Questions & 6 Descriptive Questions of which 4 must be answered 100 
Paper II: English (Writing Skills) 100 
Paper III   
Paper III: Finance and Management 50% Objective & 50% Descriptive 30 Objective Questions & 6 Descriptive Questions of which 4 must be answered 100 
— — 75 

 Aspirants can check the exam pattern and scheme of selection for the Officers in GR B (DR)-DSIM/DEPR 2023 given below: 

Name of the Paper Maximum Marks Duration 
Phase I   
Paper I: Objective Type on Economics 100 120 minutes (about 2 hours) 
Phase II   
Paper II: Descriptive Paper on Economics 100 180 minutes (about 3 hours) 
Paper III: English (Descriptive) 100 90 minutes (about 1 and a half hours) 
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RBI Grade B Exam Pattern – Scheme of Selection for Officers in GR B (DR)-DSIM 

Phase of the Exam Name of the Paper Maximum Marks 
Phase I Duration 120 minutes (about 2 hours)  Paper I: Objective Type on Statistics 100 
Phase II & Phase III Duration 180 minutes (about 3 hours) 90 minutes (about 1 and a half hours)  Paper II: Descriptive Paper on Statistics 100 
Paper III: English (Descriptive) 100 
Interview — 75 

BI Grade B Syllabus (Phase 1)

The RBI Grade B exam comprises four sections:

  1. General Awareness
  2. Quantitative Aptitude
  3. Reasoning Ability
  4. English Language
    The section-wise RBI Grade B syllabus for the Phase I examination is given below in detail. Aspirants can refer to the RBI Grade B Officer syllabus given below and start the preparation for the RBI Grade B exam.

RBI Grade B Syllabus for Quantitative Aptitude: 

Ratio & Proportion Mensuration 
Percentage Average 
Speed, Time, and Distance Time and Work 
Permutation and Combination Mixture and Allegation 
Data Interpretation Probability 
Stocks and Shares Simplification and Approximation 
Quadratic Equations Inequalities 
Number Series Upstream and Downstream 
Profit and Loss Simple and Compound Interest 

RBI Grade B Syllabus for Reasoning Ability: 

Puzzles Seating Arrangement 
Inequalities Direction Test 
Blood Relation Syllogism 
Input-Output Data Sufficiency 
Reasoning Analogy Coding-Decoding 
Ranking Alphanumeric series 

RBI Grade B Syllabus for English Language: 

Reading Comprehension Cloze Test 
Fill in the Blanks Sentence Rearrangement 
Jumbled Words/Sentences Error Spotting 
Sentence Framing Match the columns 
Vocabulary Grammar 
Tenses Rules Idioms & Phrases 

RBI Grade B Syllabus for General Awareness: 

Current Affairs Indian Financial System 
Indian Banking System Banking Awareness 
Banking History Monetary Plans 
Economic News National and International Institutions 
Bank Terms & Abbreviations Government Schemes 
Banking Agreements Sports News 
Awards Books and Authors 

RBI Grade B Syllabus (Phase 2) 

The RBI Grade B Syllabus will test the candidates in the following areas:  

  1. Economic and Social Sciences 
  2. English 
  3. Finance & Management 

RBI Grade B Syllabus for Economic and Social Sciences: 

Growth and Development Economic Reforms in India 
Social Structure in India Corporate Governance 
Development in the Financial Sector Export-Import Policy 
Illiteracy Balance of Payments 
Rise in Inequality Rigid Labour Law 
Human Resource Development Inflation 
Regionalism and Language Conflicts Poor Education Standards 
Globalizations Social Structure in India 
Employment Generation in India Sustainable Development 
Monetary and Fiscal Policy Social Sectors in India 
Benefits of International Trade Direct and Indirect Taxes 
Insurance and Capital Marketing Government debt 

RBI Grade B Syllabus for Finance and Management: 

Union Budget Regulation of Banks 
Risk Management in Banking Sector Technology in Finance 
Corporate Governance Human Resource Development 
Motivation and Incentives Regulators of banks and financial institutions 
Development in the Financial Sector Financial sector Regulations 
Monetary Policy Union Budget 
Inflation The Managing Process 
Career Planning Role of Incentives 
Role of Information Technology Communication Channels 
Leadership Nature and Scope of Management