RBI Grade B Exam Pattern 2020: Check Phase I and Phase II Pattern

The preparation of RBI Grade B 2020 is incomplete without the knowledge of RBI Grade B 2020 Exam Pattern. To give you an insight into the same, let’s first start the discussion with the different segments in which RBI Grade B 2020 will be conducted. RBI is the organization that offers one of the most prestigious jobs in the country, due to which a huge competition is observed. Thus, aspirants needs to know all the aspects under the exam, one of which is exam pattern. The Recruitment Process of the exam will be conducted in three different steps:

  • Phase I
  • Phase II
  • Interview

RBI Grade B Exam Pattern

Exam Marks Duration
Phase I 200 2 hours
Phase II 300 90 minutes for
each sections
Interview 50 No time limit

Now Let’s have a look at the exam pattern for all these stages of RBI Grade B exam one by one.

RBI Grade B Exam Pattern: Phase I

The Prelims Exam of RBI Grade B will comprise of 4 sections namely English Language, Reasoning, General Awareness & Quantitative Aptitude.

  • The entire section needs to be completed in a time span of 120 minutes or 2 hours.
  • The Questions asked will be bilingual (asked in both English & Hindi) except for English Language Section.
  • A total of 200 questions will be asked which will carry 1 marks each. Thus, the total score of the entire Phase-I Exam will be around 200 Marks.
  • There is also Negative Marking for the first round of the selection process of RBI Grade B exam.
  • 0.25 marks will be deducted for every question attempted wrong.
  • There will be no deduction in marks if candidates leave any question unanswered or unattended.

RBI Grade B Preliminary Examination

Subject No. Of Questions Marks
General Awareness 80 80
Quantitative Aptitude 30 30
English Language 30 30
Reasoning 60 60
Total 200 200

RBI Grade B Exam Pattern Phase II (Mains)

Candidates who successfully qualify the Preliminary Round will be eligible for RBI Grade B Phase II Exam.

  • The Phase II Exam will three papers will be conducted namely Economic & Social Sciences, English, Finance & Management.
  • The Phase-II Exam will constitute of Both Subjective & Objective Type of questions.
  • Except the English Section, all the questions asked will be bilingual (available in both English & Hindi).
  • Individually all the sections need to be completed in 1 hour 30 minutes or 90 minutes each.
  • Marks allotted for each paper is around 100.
  • Thus the cumulative score of the entire Mains Exam is 300 marks.
  • Just like Prelims Exam, there will be negative marking in this phase of examination as well.
  • 0.25 marks will be deducted for every question attempted wrong against 1 mark awarded to candidates for attempting a question right.
  • No marks will be deducted for leaving a question blank (unattended).

RBI Grade B Phase II Examination

Name of the Paper Type of the Paper Time (Mins) Marks
Paper I Economic & Social Issues Objective Type 90 100
Paper II English (Writing Skills) Descriptive (to be typed with the help of keyboard) 90 100
Paper III Finance & Management Objective Type 90 100

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RBI Grade B Exam Pattern 2020 Interview Process

The final stage of RBI Grade B 2020 Recruitment Process is the Interview Process. Candidates who successfully clear the Mains Round are called for the Interview Process. Interview round carries 50 marks. Final merit list will be formulated after the conclusion of the RBI interview round. Candidates can choose either Hindi or English language for the interview round. Selected candidates Roll number will be uploaded on the official website. Invitation Letter will be sent on the email ID of the selected candidates.
The Board will consider the following factors to prepare the final merit list:

  • Number of Vacancies
  • Number of Candidates qualified

Candidates are required to keep visiting this website to know the change in exam pattern, if any. Candidates are requested to check RBI Grade B Syllabus also.

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