SEBI Grade A Syllabus 2021: The Securities & Exchange Board Of India (SEBI) has released a recruitment notification to appoint suitable candidates for the post of Assistant Manager in the following categories

  • General, Legal, IT, Civil & Electrical Engg, Research & Official Language.

As per SEBI Grade A Notification, 147 vacancies has been released.

The most important thing to do first gets to know the complete syllabus for SEBI Grade A Officer Exam 2021. The SEBI Syllabus and Exam Pattern is quite different from other exams. Hence, it becomes all the more important to understand it first.

SEBI Grade A 2021 Syllabus

The syllabus for SEBI Grade A is quite different from the rest of the Govt. Exams. SEBI Grade A Officer Exam comprises of three phases.  

  • Phase I: On-line screening examination consisting of two papers of 100 marks each
  • Phase II: On-line examination consisting of two papers of 100 marks each
  • Phase III: Interview

Paper I and Paper II of General Stream will be common to all the candidates. All the questions in every phase will be Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ’s) with an exception to the language subject.  All question papers (in both the Phases, except the test of English) will be set bilingually in Hindi and English.

The sequence for SEBI Grade A Syllabus is given in the following manner:

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SEBI Grade A Exam Pattern For Phase I

SEBI Grade A Phase I Exam will have two papers: Paper I and Paper II. Both the papers will have Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ’s). Paper 1 will be common for all the streams whereas the exam pattern of Paper 2 will vary according to various disciplines. Both the papers will be of 100 marks.

Paper Stream/Subjects Maximum Marks Duration Cut-Off
Paper 1 All Streams: General Awareness, English Language,
Quantitative Aptitude and Test of Reasoning.
100 60 minutes 30%
Paper 2 General Stream: Commerce, Accountancy, Management,
Finance, Costing, Companies Act and Economics
100 40 minutes 40%
Legal, Information Technology, Engineering
Stream (Civil & Electrical), Official Language
stream
100 40 minutes 40%
Research Stream: Economics, Econometrics, Statistics,
Finance and Commerce.
Aggregate Cut off 40%

SEBI Grade A Phase I Marking Scheme

  • There shall be negative marking of 1/4th of marks assigned to the question for every incorrect answer.
  •  There shall be a cut-off of minimum 30% for Paper 1 (no sectional cut-off shall be there)
  • Candidates would need to secure separate cut-off in each paper as mentioned above as well as an aggregate cut-off marks of 40% in Phase I exam to be shortlisted for Phase II
  • Candidates have to secure separate cut-off in each paper as mentioned above as well as aggregate cut-off marks of 40% in Phase I exam to be shortlisted for Phase II.

SEBI Grade A Online Test Series

SEBI Grade A Exam Pattern For Phase II

Candidates who secure the cut off will be eligible to appear for the SEBI Grade A Phase II Exam. SEBI Grade A Phase 2 will have two Papers: Paper I and Paper II of 100 marks each. Paper I and General Stream will be common to all. Candidates need to secure more marks in this phase as this would be taken into account for the final selection.

Paper Stream/Subjects Maximum Marks Duration Cut-Off
Paper I All streams: English (Descriptive Test) to
test the drafting skills
100 60 minutes 30%
Paper II General Stream: MCQ’s on
Commerce, Accountancy,
Management, Finance, Costing, Companies
Act & Economics
100 40 minutes 40%
Legal, Engineering Stream (Civil &
Electrical) and Official Language stream:
MCQ’s on Specialized
subject related to stream.
100 40 minutes 40%
Research Stream: MCQ’s on Economics, Econometrics,
Statistics, Finance and Commerce.
Aggregate Cut off 40%

Candidates who have applied in multiple streams, Paper II will be conducted in various shifts, the timings of which will be intimated in the Hall Ticket.

Marking Scheme For SEBI Grade A Phase II

  • There shall be negative marking of 1/4th of marks assigned to the question for Paper 2 in Phase II
    (except IT stream for which details shall be informed in due course).
  • There shall be a cut-off of minimum 30% for Paper 1 and a cut-off of minimum 40% for Paper 2 in
    Phase II.
  •  Candidates would need to secure separate cut-off in each paper as mentioned above as well as
    aggregate cut-off marks of 40% in Phase II exam (weightage of 1/3rd for Paper 1 and 2/3rd for Paper 2)
    to be shortlisted for Phase III.

Download SEBI Grade A Exam Pattern

SEBI Grade A Syllabus For Phase I: Paper I

SEBI Grade A Syllabus Phase I For Paper I will be common for all the candidates. This will have MCQ’s of 100 marks. Paper I will have four sections:

  • English Language
  • Reasoning Ability
  • Quantitative Aptitude
  • General Awareness (including Financial Awareness)

English Language

  • Error Spotting
  • Column based Fillers and Sentence Connectors
  • Paragraph Completion
  • Sentence Rearrangement
  • Comprehension
  • Fill in the Blanks
  • Passages
  • Synonyms and Antonyms
  • Active and Passive Voice
  • Direct and Indirect Speech
  • Idioms & Phrases etc.

Reasoning Ability

  • Puzzles
  • Seating Arrangements
  • Direction Sense
  • Blood Relations
  • Syllogisms
  • Inequalities
  • Order and Ranking
  • Coding-Decoding
  • Machine Input-Output
  • Alpha-Numeric-Symbol Series
  • Data Sufficiency
  • Number System and Conversions
  • Logical Reasoning etc.

Quantitative Aptitude

  • Data Interpretation
  • Inequalities
  • Number Series
  • Approximation and Simplification
  • Data Sufficiency
  • HCF and LCM
  • Inequality (Quadratic & Quantity based)
  • Profit and Loss
  • Time and work & Pipe and cistern
  • Permutation, Combination & Probability
  • Problem on Ages
  • Work and Time
  • Speed Distance and Time
  • Mensuration
  • Average, Ratio and Proportion etc.

General Awareness:

The GA section will consist of contemporary events of national & international importance. The general awareness section of SEBI Grade A will revolve around the following aspects.

  • Current Affairs
  • Financial Awareness
  • Current Affairs – National & International
  • Budget
  • Awards and Honours
  • Important Financial & Economic News
  • Important Days
  • International & National Organizations
  • Sports
  • Books and Authors
  • Science – Inventions & Discoveries
  • Countries & Capitals etc

SEBI Grade A Syllabus For Phase I & II: General Stream

SEBI Grade A Syllabus for Paper 2 will be common for Phase I & Phase II. The questions will be MCQ’s type of 100 marks  for General Stream. The topics for SEBI Grade A Paper II Syllabus for General stream is given below.

  1. Commerce & Accountancy
  2. Management
  3. Finance: Financial System, Financial Markets, General Topics
  4. Costing
  5. Companies Act
  6. Economic

SEBI Grade A Syllabus For Phase I & II: Stream Wise

The syllabus for Phase I and Phase II for SEBI Grade A Officer will be common. This Paper will be of 100 marks. There will be aggregate cut-off as well as paper wise cut off. The syllabus will be based on the  Specialized Subject chosen by the candidate. The subjects for the specialized is given below. i.e.

  1. Legal
  2. Information Technology
  3. Engineering: Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering
  4. Research Streams
  5. Official Language Stream

The syllabus for each of the specialized streams is given below.

SEBI Grade A Syllabus for Legal Stream

Phase I Phase II
  1. Constitution of India
  2. Law of Contracts
  3. Criminal Law
  4. Law of Evidence
  5. Code of Civil Procedure
  6. Administrative Law and Principles of Natural Justice
  7. Jurisprudence and Interpretation of Statutes
  8. Important Latin terms and maxims
  9. Law of Torts and Consumer Protection Act
  10. Arbitration and Conciliation Act
  11. Transfer of Property Act
  12.  Companies Act, 2013
  13. Securities Laws – SEBI Act
  1. Constitution of India
  2. Law of Contracts
  3. Criminal Law
  4. Law of Evidence
  5. Code of Civil Procedure
  6. Administrative Law and Principles of Natural Justice
  7. Jurisprudence and Interpretation of Statutes
  8. Important Latin terms and maxims
  9. Law of Torts and Consumer Protection Act
  10. Arbitration and Conciliation Act
  11. Transfer of Property Act
  12.  Companies Act, 2013
  13. Securities Laws – SEBI Act
  14. Taxation

Syllabus for Information Technology: Phase I

  1. Database Concepts
  2. SQL Queries
  3. Programming Concepts (Java/C C++ )
  4. Data Analytics Languages (Python / R)
  5. Algorithms for problem-solving
  6. Networking Concepts
  7. Information & Cyber Security Concepts
  8. Data warehousing
  9. Shell Programming

Syllabus for Civil Engineering 

  1. Building Materials
  2. Solid Mechanics
  3. Structural Analysis
  4. Design of Steel Structures
  5. Design of Concrete and Masonry structures
  6. Construction Practice, Planning and Management
  7. Flow of Fluids, Hydraulic Machines and Hydro Power: Fluid Mechanics, Open Channel Flow, Pipe Flow, Hydraulic Machines and Hydro power
  8. Hydrology and Water Resources Engineering:
  9. Environmental Engineering: Water Supply, Waste Water, ) Solid Waste Management, Air, Noise pollution and Ecology
  10. Geo-technical Engineering and Foundation Engineering: Geo-technical Engineering, Foundation Engineering
  11. Surveying and Geology: Surveying, Geology
  12. Transportation Engineering: Highway, Tunneling, Railways Systems, Harbours

Syllabus for Electrical Engineering

  1. Electrical Materials
  2.  Electric Circuits and Fields
  3. Electrical and Electronic Measurements
  4.  Computer Fundamentals
  5.  Basic Electronics Engineering
  6. Analog and Digital Electronics
  7. Systems and Signal Processing
  8. Control Systems
  9. Electrical Machines
  10.  Power Systems
  11. Power Electronics and Drives

Syllabus for Research Stream

  1. Economics
  2. Public Economics
  3.  Statistics and Econometrics
  4.  International Economics
  5. Financial Markets

Syllabus for Official Language 

  1. भारत सरकार की राजभाषा नीतत (Official Language Policy of the Govt. of India) से संबंतित प्रश्न
  2. तिन्दी से अंग्रेजी अनुवाद [शब्द / वाक्ांश / वाक् / Terms / Phrases / Sentences]
  3. अंग्रेजी से तिन्दी अनुवाद [शब्द / वाक्ांश / वाक् / Terms / Phrases / Sentences]
  4. तिन्दी से अंग्रेजी – तवतिक शब्दावली (Legal Terminology)
  5. अंग्रेजी से तिन्दी – तवतिक शब्दावली (Legal Terminology)
  6. तिन्दी से अंग्रेजी – प्रशासतनक / बैंतकंग / प ंजी बाजार संबंिी शब्दावली (Administrative / Banking / Capital Market Terminology)
  7. अंग्रेजी से तिन्दी – प्रशासतनक / बैंतकंग / प ंजी बाजार संबंिी शब्दावली (Administrative / Banking / Capital Market Terminology)

SEBI Grade A Syllabus For Phase II: Paper I

This is common for all the candidates appearing for SEBI Grade A Phase II Exam. This is the English Descriptive Test to test the drafting skills of the candidates. This test will be of 100 marks of 60 minutes.

English Writing Skill Syllabus

The paper on English shall be framed in a manner to assess the writing skills including expression and
understanding of the topic including precis writing/ essay writing/ comprehension.

Interview

The candidates who will be successful in Phase I and Phase II of SEBI Grade A Officer Recruitment will be called to appear for the Interview. Candidates equaling 3 times the number of vacancies shall be shortlisted, in order of merit, for Phase III i.e. the Interview.

The shortlisted candidate may opt for the interview either in Hindi or English. Weightage of marks obtained in Phase II will be 85%, while marks obtained in the interview shall be given a weightage of 15%.

Thus, the selection will be made on the marks secured in Phase II and Interview for the final selection for the candidates as a SEBI Grade A Officer.

SEBI Grade A Syllabus: FAQ’s

Q 1. What is the process of selection into SEBI Grade A Officer Recruitment?
Ans. SEBI Grade A Officer Exam comprises of three phases.

  • Phase I: On-line screening examination consisting of two papers of 100 marks each
  • Phase II: On-line examination consisting of two papers of 100 marks each
  • Phase III: Interview

Marks of Phase II and III will be used for final selection.

Q 2. What is the exam pattern of SEBI Grade A Officer Exam?
Ans. There will be two papers each for Phase I and Phase II. All the questions will be MCQ’s except that of language paper. The exam will be of 100 marks for each paper.

Q 3. Which papers will be common for all the candidates?
Ans. Paper I of Phase I & Phase II, and General paper of Phase I & Phase II will be common to all the candidates.

Q 4. Is there negative marking?
Ans. Yes, there is a negative marking of 1/4 for every incorrect answer in the objective questions.

Q 5. What is the selection process for SEBI Grade A Officer Recruitment?
Ans. The selection will be made on the marks secured in Phase II and Interview for the final selection for the candidates as a SEBI Grade A Officer.

SSC MTS Syllabus 2021: The Staff Selection Commission is the body responsible for conducting the Multi-Tasking Staff (Non-Technical) Recruitment. The candidates who are interested in this recruitment should begin with their preparation for the upcoming examinations. In this article, we have provided with SSC MTS Syllabus for the Exam going to conduct in 2021 in order to help you for a better start. SSC MTS Registration 2021 is expected to begin on 02nd February 2021. Stay tuned with us for every latest update for SSC MTS Syllabus 2021.

The SSC MTS Syllabus consists of the following two papers

  • SSC MTS Paper I: Objective Type test
  • SSC MTS Paper-II: Descriptive test

This article includes the SSC MTS Syllabus as well as Exam Pattern along with the number of questions expected from each topic, the weightage of these questions, and how to approach them.

SSC MTS Syllabus 2021: Selection Process

To get a fair idea about SSC MTS 2021 Syllabus, it is necessary to know the exam pattern for the same. SSC Multi Tasking Staff Exam is conducted for two papers – Paper I and Paper-II. Paper I consists of objective type multiple choice questions while Paper II has descriptive questions.    

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The candidates will have to clear the cut-off for SSC MTS Paper I to appear for Paper-II. SSC MTS Paper I is crucial from the point of selection as an MTS.

Paper-II is only qualifying in nature. However, marks scored by the candidates in Paper-II will be used to decide merit in case more than one candidate score equal normalized marks in Paper-I.

SSC MTS Syllabus 2021: Exam Pattern For Paper I

SSC MTS 2021 Notification will be out in February 2021 (tentatively). The notification was supposed to be out on June 2nd but it has been delayed.

  • The SSC MTS Paper I will be bilingual i.e. both English and Hindi language, except the English section.
  • There are 100 questions in Paper I of 1 mark each.
  • There will be a negative marking of 0.25 marks for each wrong attempt by the candidate. No marks will be deducted for unanswered questions.
  • The total duration of SSC MTS Paper I is 90 minutes for the general candidates while 120 Minutes for PwD candidates.
Sections Subjects No. of Questions Marks Duration
I General English 25 25 General- 90 MinutesPwD- 120 Minutes
II General Intelligence & reasoning 25 25
III Numerical Aptitude 25 25
IV General Awareness 25 25
Total 100 Questions 100 Marks

SSC MTS Syllabus 2021: Exam Pattern For Paper II

The candidates who will clear SSC MTS Paper I will be called to appear for Paper-II.

  • The SSC MTS Paper-II will be qualifying in nature.
  • However, marks scored by the candidates in Paper-II will be used to decide merit in case more than one candidate score equal normalized marks in Paper-I.
  • SSC MTS Paper-II will be pen and paper mode paper which will be descriptive in nature.
  • The Paper will be set in Hindi, English, and in other languages mentioned in the VIIIth Schedule of the Constitution.
  • The maximum mark are 50 marks.
  • The duration of SSC MTS Paper-II is 30 minutes for the General Category and 40 minutes for the PwD Category of candidates
Subject Max. Marks Duration of Exam
One short essay/letter in English
or any other language included in the 8thschedule of the constitution
50 marks 30 Minutes

How To Score Good Marks In SSC MTS Letter Writing?

SSC MTS Syllabus 2021

The syllabus for SS MTS 2021 is given below for Paper I, the first stage of the Examination. SSC MTS Paper I will have for sections: || General English General Intelligence and Reasoning Numerical Aptitude General Awareness ||

Syllabus for General Intelligence and Reasoning

  • Similarities and Differences
  • Space Visualization
  • Problem Solving
  • Analysis
  • Judgment
  • Decision Making
  • Visual Memory
  • Observation
  • Relationship Concepts
  • Figure Classification
  • Arithmetical Number Series
  • Non-Verbal Series
  • Arithmetical Computation
  • Analytical Functions, etc.

Syllabus For Numerical Aptitude

  • Number Systems
  • Number System
  • HCF/LCM
  • Computation of Whole Numbers
  • Decimals and Fractions
  • Relationship between Numbers
  • Fundamental Arithmetical Operations
  • Percentages
  • Ratio and Proportion
  • Averages
  • Interest
  • Profit and Loss
  • Discount
  • Use Of Tables and Graphs
  • Mensuration
  • Time And Distance
  • Ratio and Time
  • Time and Work

Syllabus For General Awareness

Current events and India’s recent economic and social policies. Candidates should also keep themselves updated on India’s relations/agreements with the neighboring countries. Apart from that, candidates should cover the following topics:

  • Indian Constitution
  • Award-Winning Books
  • History, Culture
  • Awards and Honors
  • Economy and Polity
  • Current Affairs, Science – Inventions & Discoveries
  • Important Financial

Syllabus For the English Language

Comprehension, Active/Passive Voice, Direct/Indirect Speech, Vocabulary, Grammar, Sentence structure, Synonyms, Antonyms, and its correct usage, Phrases, and Idioms.

SSC MTS Syllabus Preparation related links

Static GK Current Affairs Daily News

SSC MTS Syllabus 2021: FAQ’s

Q. When will SSC MTS Exam 2021 be conducted?
Ans. SSC MTS Exam 2021 will be conducted for two Papers. Paper, I will be held from July 07 to 20 2021 while Paper-II dates are yet to be announced.

Q. Is there any negative marking in SSC MTS Paper?
Ans. Yes, there will be a negative marking of 0.25 in Paper I for an incorrect answers. Paper-II will be qualifying in nature only.

Q. What is the syllabus for SSC MTS Paper I?
Ans. SSC MTS Paper I will have four sections: General English, General Intelligence and Reasoning, Numerical Aptitude, and General Awareness.

Q. What is the syllabus for SSC MTS Paper-II?
Ans. A short essay is to be written or letter in English or any language included in the VIII Schedule of the Constitution.

Q. Is SSC MTS conducted online or offline?
Ans. SSC MTS Exam is conducted in two parts: Paper 1 and Paper 2. Paper 1 is MCQ-based and will be conducted online while Paper 2 will be the descriptive test and will be conducted in pen and paper mode.

CTET Exam Pattern 2021 forms an important part of the study plan, where candidates can get all information for the test. Central Teachers Eligibility Test(CTET) is a national level exam conducted to appoint candidates for school level teachers. This exam is qualifying in nature, that provides certification for teaching across all schools in India. CTET Exam consists of two papers as per intent and class level of teaching.

CTET Exam Pattern

CTET Exam Pattern, being conducted in two shifts for each paper 1 and 2 is discussed. A brief idea about the exam pattern is necessary to start with comfortable ways of preparation. Where one may start with the most asked topic or with the most important topic, any which way, the pattern is to be known. Let us start with a summary to know broadly about each paper.

CTET Paper 1 Exam Pattern

The given tables mention the subject/section of each paper and how many questions will be asked in that section. Also, the total marks for each section are mentioned. So, each broad topic from Paper 1 will have the same number of questions.

Subject Total Number of Questions Total Number of Marks
Child Development and Pedagogy 30 30
Language I (compulsory) 30 30
Language II (compulsory) 30 30
Mathematics 30 30
Environmental Studies 30 30
Total 150 150

CTET Paper 2 Exam Pattern

In CTET Paper 2, Social Studies/ Social Science has the maximum number of questions as compared to others.

Subject Total Number of Questions Total Number of Marks
Child Development and Pedagogy 30 30
Language I (compulsory) 30 30
Language II (compulsory) 30 30
A. Mathematics & Science ORB. Social Studies & Social Science 60 60
Total 150 150

Now that we know about the number of questions, let us check what the marking scheme would be in CTET Exam to clarify “Is there any negative marking in CTET?”

CTET Marking Scheme- Negative Marking or not?

Now, a teacher’s eligibility test generally does not have any negative marking. Likewise, CTET does not have any negative marking. Thus, there will be no deduction of marks for any incorrect answer marked in the exam.

Marking Scheme-

All questions carry equal marks. That is 1 mark for each question that has been assigned.

For each correct answer, a candidate gets a +1 mark.

There will not be any minus marks for wrong answers. Use the same for calculation of your marks in the ctet answer key

Nature and Standard of Questions in CTET

  1. Child Development and Pedagogy will focus on educational psychology of teaching and learning relevant to the age group of 6-11 years (in case of paper 1) and 11-14 years(in case of Paper 2). This covers the understanding of learners through interaction.
  2. Language 1 focuses on the medium of instruction, that is how much hold a candidate has on the medium.
  3. Language 2 focuses on the comprehension of the language and its extent by the facilitator
  4. Language 2 is different than 1, which is specified on the confirmation page of the form
  5. Opt two languages out of the ones mentioned in the table:

English (01) | Hindi (02) | Assamese (03) | Bengali(04) | Garo (05) | Gujarati (06) | Kannada (07) | Khasi (08) | Malayalam (09) | Manipuri (10) | Marathi (11) | Mizo (12)| Nepali (13)| Oriya (14) | Punjabi (15) | Sanskrit (16) | Tamil (17) | Telugu (18) | Tibetan (19) | Urdu(20)

CTET Exam Pattern: Minimum Qualifying Marks

Minimum qualifying marks as per CTET Exam Pattern includes the passing marks, which is different for each candidate, based on his/her category.

As per NCTE notification No. 76-4/2010/NCTE/Acad dated 11.02.2011: A person who scores 60% or more in the TET exam will be considered as CTET pass.

School managements (Government, local bodies, government-aided and unaided) may consider giving concessions to persons belonging to SC/ST, OBC, differently-abled persons, etc., following their extant reservation policy.

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CTET is a wonderful opportunity, that too, a national level one, which lets you opt for a career, where you can apply for a teaching job anywhere across the country. Hence, you need to buckle up yourselves for the upcoming July session and work hard for it. All the Best!
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Good knowledge of the CTET Syllabus is an important help to the candidates, who are appearing for the exam. The topics in Syllabus are designed to test the understanding of the candidate and hold on to their specialized topics. CTET refers to Central Teacher Eligibility Test, a national-level examination for recruiting teachers for Elementary and Primary Classes in schools across the country. For ease of candidates, the detailed information on the syllabus in Hindi as well as in English is provided below, which will be a complete help.

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CTET Syllabus (सिलेबस)

CTET Syllabus covers subject knowledge, awareness of concepts/subjects with their criteria of marks. CTET Exam is conducted in two stages, Primary Stage or Paper 1 and Elementary stage. One can appear in both Paper 1 and 2 if you have selected the option in the CTET Online Form. The qualification of both papers will make the candidate eligible for the elementary class teaching, that is V to VIII. The syllabus for Paper 1 and 2 is given separately and topic-wise. Go through the same from the subsequent paragraphs.

CTET Syllabus for Paper 1 & 2

The following table depicts a brief of the CTET Syllabus for Paper 1 and Paper 2:

Paper 1 Syllabus Paper 2 Syllabus
Child Development and Pedagogy Child Development and Pedagogy
Language 1 Language 1
Language 2 Language 2
Mathematics Mathematics and Science
Environmental Science Social Science

CTET Syllabus Paper 1

(CTET सिलेबस 2021 Hindi & English)

CTET Syllabus Paper 1 covers the general topics under the subjects of Class I to V. These are more or less the primary stage subjects with topics of basic mathematics, science, child development, and theoretical concepts.

CTET Paper I Syllabus Topics

I. Child Development and Pedagogy

a) Child Development (Primary School Child)- 10 Questions (क)बाल विकास प्राथमिक विद्यालय के शिक्षक के लिए
Concept of development and its relationship with learning विकास की अवधारणा तथा अधिगम के साथ उसका सम्बन्ध।
Principles of the development of children बालक विकास के सिद्धांत।
Influence of Heredity & Environment आनुवांशिकता और पर्यावरण का बालक पर प्रभाव।
Socialization processes: Social world & children (Teacher, Parents, Peers) सामाजीकरण की प्रक्रिया- विश्व समाज और बालक (शिक्षक, अभिभावक एवं समाज के अन्य सदस्यगण)।
Piaget, Kohlberg and Vygotsky: constructs and critical perspectives पियाजे, कोहल्बर्ग और वायगोइस्की के सिद्धांत।
Concepts of child-centred and progressive education बाल-केन्द्रित और परगामी शिक्षा की अवधारना।
Critical perspective of the construct of Intelligence बौद्धिकता निर्माण संबंधी विवेचित संदर्श।
Multi-Dimensional Intelligence भाषा और चिंतन।
Language & Thought समाज निर्माण के रूप में लिंगः लैंगिक भूमिकाएं, पूर्वाग्रह और शैक्षणिक व्यवहार संबंधी प्रश्न।
Gender as a social construct; gender roles, gender-bias and educational practice शिक्षार्थियों के बीच व्यक्तिगत विभेद, भाषा, जाति, लिंग, समुदाय और धर्म विषय पर विभेदों का मनन।
Individual differences among learners, understanding differences based on diversity of language, caste, gender, community, religion etc. अधिगम के लिए मूल्यांकन और अधिगम का मूल्यांकन के बीच अंतरः विद्यालय आधारित मूल्यांकन
The distinction between Assessment for learning and assessment of learning; School-Based Assessment, Continuous & Comprehensive Evaluation: perspective and practice शिक्षार्थियों की तैयारीः कक्षा में शिक्षण और विवेचित चिंतन तथा शिक्षार्थी की उपलब्धि के लिए उपयुक्त प्रश्न पत्र की तैयारी।
Formulating appropriate questions for assessing readiness levels of learners; for enhancing learning and critical thinking in the classroom and for assessing learner achievement

b) Concept of Inclusive education and understanding children with special needs(5 Questions) (ख) समावेशी शिक्षा की अवधारणा तथा विशेष आवशकयता वाले बालकों को समझना (5 प्रश्न)
Addressing learners from diverse backgrounds including disadvantaged and deprived गैर-लाभप्रद और अवसर से वंचित शिक्षार्थियों सहित विभिन्न प्रष्ठभूमि से आए शिक्षार्थी की आवशकताओं को समझना।
Addressing the needs of children with learning difficulties, ‘impairment’ etc. अधिगम सम्बन्धी समस्याएं, कठिनाई वाले बालकों की आवश्यकताओं को समझना।
Addressing the Talented, Creative, Specially-abled Learners मेधावी, सृजनशील, विशिष्ट प्रतिभावान शिक्षार्थी की आवशयकताओं को समझना।

c) Learning and Pedagogy 10 Questions

c) Learning and Pedagogy (ग) सिखाना एवं अध्यापन (10 प्रश्न)
How children think and learn; how and why children ‘fail’ to achieve success in school performance. बालक किस प्रकार सीखते और सोचते है? बालक विद्यालय प्रदर्शन में सफलता प्राप्त करने में कैसे और क्यों असफल होते है?
Basic processes of teaching and learning; children’s strategies of learning; learning as a social activity; social context of learning. अधिगम और अध्यापन की बुनियादी प्रक्रियाएं, बालकों की अधिगम कार्य नीतियां, सामाजिक क्रिया कलाप के रूप में अधिगम, अधिगम में सामाजिक सन्दर्भ।
Child as a problem solver and a ‘scientific investigator’ एक समस्या समाधानकर्ता और एक वैज्ञानिक अन्वेषक के रूप में बालक।
Alternative conceptions of learning in children, understanding children’s ‘errors’ as significant steps in the learning process. बोध एवं संवेदनाएं।
Cognition & Emotions प्रेरणा एवं अधिगम।
Motivation and learning बालकों में अधिगम की वैकल्पिक संकल्पना, अधिगम प्रक्रिया में महत्वपूर्ण चरणों के रूप में बालक की त्रुटियों को समझना।
Factors contributing to learning – personal & environmental

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II. Language I- 30 Questions

a) Language Comprehension – 15 Questions (क) भाषा बोधगम्यता (15 प्रश्न)
Reading unseen passages – two passages one prose or drama and one poem with questions on comprehension अनदेखे अनुच्छेदों को पढ़ना- दो अनुच्छेदों, एक गद्य अथवा नाटक और एक कविता, जिसमें बोधगम्यता, निष्कर्ष, व्याकरण और मौखिक योग्यता से सम्बंधित प्रशन पूछे जाते हैं।
inference शिक्षण पर आधारित भाषा विकास।
grammar and verbal ability (Prose passage may be literary, scientific, narrative or discursive) सीखना और ज्ञान अर्जित करना।
विवरणात्मक भाषा शिक्षण।
सुनने और बोलने की भूमिका : भाषा का कार्य तथा बालक इसे किस प्रकार उपयोग में लेते है?

b) Pedagogy of Language Development- 15 Questions

b) Pedagogy of Language Development- 15 Questions (ग) भाषा विकास का अध्यापन (15 प्रश्न)
Learning and acquisition अधिगम और अर्जन।
Principles of language Teaching भाषा अध्यापन के सिद्धांत.
Role of listening and speaking; function of language and how children use it as a tool सुनने और बोलने की भूमिकाः भाषा का कार्य तथा बालक इसे किस प्रकार एक उपकरण के रूप में प्रयोग करते हैं?
Critical perspective on the role of grammar in learning a language for communicating ideas verbally and in written form मौखिक और लिखित रूप में विचारों के संप्रेषण के लिए किसी भाषा के अधिगम में व्याकरण की भूमिका पर निर्णायक संदर्श।
Challenges of teaching language in a diverse classroom; language difficulties, errors and disorders एक भिन्न कक्षा में भाषा पढ़ाने की चुनौतियां- भाषा की कठिनाइयां, त्रुटियां और विकार।
Language Skills भाषा कौशल।
भाषा बोधगम्यता और प्रवीणता का मूल्यांकन करनाः बोलन, सुनना, पढ़ना और लिखना।
अध्यापन- अधिगम सामग्रियां- पाठ्यपु स्तक, मल्टी मीडिया सामग्री, कक्षा का बहुभाषायी संसाधन।
उपचारात्मक अध्यापन


III. Language – II 30 Questions

a) Comprehension- 15 Questions

Two unseen prose passages (discursive or literary or narrative or scientific) with the question on comprehension, grammar and verbal ability

(क)  बोध्यगम्यता (15 प्रश्न)

दो अनोखे गद्य अनुच्छेद (तर्क मूलक अथवा साहित्यिक अथवा वर्णनात्मक अथवा वैज्ञानिक) जिनमें बोध्यगम्यता, निष्कर्ष, व्याकरण और मौखिक योग्यता से संबंधित प्रश्न पूछे जाते हैं।

b) Pedagogy of Language Development- 15 Questions (ख) भाषा विकास का अध्यापन (15 प्रश्न)
Learning and acquisition अधिगम और अर्जन।
Principles of language Teaching भाषा अध्यापन के सिद्धांत.
Role of listening and speaking; function of language and how children use it as a tool सुनने और बोलने की भूमिकाः भाषा का कार्य तथा बालक इसे किस प्रकार एक उपकरण के रूप में प्रयोग करते हैं?
Critical perspective on the role of grammar in learning a language for communicating ideas verbally and in written form; मौखिक और लिखित रूप में विचारों के संप्रेषण के लिए किसी भाषा के अधिगम में व्याकरण की भूमिका पर निर्णायक संदर्श।
Challenges of teaching language in a diverse classroom; language difficulties, errors and disorders एक भिन्न कक्षा में भाषा पढ़ाने की चुनौतियां- भाषा की कठिनाइयां, त्रुटियां और विकार।
Language Skills भाषा कौशल।
Evaluating language comprehension and proficiency: speaking, listening, reading and writing भाषा बोधगम्यता और प्रवीणता का मूल्यांकन करनाः बोलन, सुनना, पढ़ना और लिखना।
Teaching – learning materials: Textbook, multi-media materials, multilingual resource of the classroom अध्यापन- अधिगम सामग्रियां- पाठ्यपु स्तक, मल्टी मीडिया सामग्री, कक्षा का बहुभाषायी संसाधन।
Remedial Teaching उपचारात्मक अध्यापन

a) Content 15 Questions गणित (30 प्रश्न)

  • Solids around Us, Numbers, Addition and Subtraction, Multiplication, Division, Measurement, Weight, Time, Volume, Data Handling, Patterns, Money
  • Geometry (क) विषय-वस्तु (15 प्रश्न)
    Shapes & Spatial Understanding ज्यामिति, आकार और स्थानिक समझ, हमारे चारों ओर विद्यमान ठोस पदार्थ, संख्याएं, जोड़ना और घटाना, गुणा करना, विभाजन, मापन, भार, समय, परिमाण, आंकड़ा प्रबंधन, पैटर्न, राशि।

IV. Mathematics 30 Questions

b) Pedagogical issues 15 Questions (ख) अध्यापन संबंधी मुद्दे (15 प्रश्न)
Nature of Mathematics/Logical thinking; understanding children’s thinking and reasoning patterns and strategies of making meaning and learning गणितीय/तार्किक चिंतन की प्रकृतिः बालक के चिंतन एवं तर्कशक्ति पैटर्नों तथा अर्थ निकालने और अधिगम की कार्यनीतियों को समझना।
Place of Mathematics in Curriculum पाठ्यचर्या में गणित का स्थान।
Language of Mathematics गणित की भाषा।
Community Mathematics सामुदायिक गणित।
Evaluation through formal and informal methods औपचारिक एवं अनौपचारिक पद्धतियोंके माध्यम से मूल्यांकन।
Problems of Teaching शिक्षण की समस्याएं।
Error analysis and related aspects of learning and teaching त्रुटि विश्लेषण तथा अधिगम एवं अध्यापन के प्रांसगिक पहलू।
Diagnostic and Remedial Teaching नैदानिक एवं उपचारात्मक शिक्षण।

V. Environmental Studies 30 Questions

a) Content 15 Questions

  • Family and Friends: Relationships; Work and Play; Animals; Plants
  • Food
  • Shelter
  • Water
  • Travel
  • Things We Make and Do

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(क) विषय वस्तु (15 प्रश्न)

परिवार और मित्र, संबंध, कार्य और खेल, पशु, पौधे, भोजन, आश्रय, पानी, भ्रमण, वे चीजें जो हम बनाते और करते हैं।

b) Pedagogical Issues 15 Questions (ग) अध्यापन संबंधी मुद्दे (15 प्रश्न)
Concept and scope of EVS ई.वी.एस. की अवधारणा और व्याप्ति
Significance of EVS, integrated EVS ई.वी.एस. का महत्व, एकीकृत ई.वी.एस.
Environmental Studies & Environmental Education पर्यावरणीय अध्ययन एवं पर्यावरणीय शिक्षा
Learning Principles अधिगम सिद्धांत
Scope & relation to Science & Social Science विज्ञा और सामाजिक विज्ञान की व्याप्ति और संबंध
Approaches of presenting concepts अवधारणा प्रस्तुत करने के दृष्टिकोण
Activities क्रियाकलाप
Experimentation/Practical Work प्रयोग/व्यवहारिक कार्य
Discussion चर्चा
CCE सी.सी.ई.
Teaching material/Aids शिक्षण सामग्री/उपकरण
Problems समस्याएं

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CTET Syllabus Paper II

CTET Syllabus Paper 2 covers a higher level of topics, where candidates will be tested based on their learning ability, their evaluation ability, and the specialized subject. Given are the topics for the second paper of CTET.

CTET Paper 2 Syllabus Topics

I. Child Development and Pedagogy- 30 Questions

a) Child Development (Elementary School Child) 15 Questions

  • Concept of development and its relationship with learning
  • Principles of the development of children
  • Influence of Heredity & Environment
  • Socialization processes: Social world & children (Teacher, Parents, Peers)
  • Piaget, Kohlberg, and Vygotsky: constructs and critical perspectives
  • Concepts of child-centered and progressive education
  • Critical perspective of the construct of Intelligence
  • Multi-Dimensional Intelligence
  • Language & Thought
  • Gender as a social construct; gender roles, gender-bias and educational practice
  • Individual differences among learners, understanding differences based on diversity of language, caste, gender, community, religion, etc.
  • The distinction between Assessment for learning and assessment of learning; School-Based Assessment, Continuous & Comprehensive Evaluation: perspective and practice
  • Formulating appropriate questions for assessing readiness levels of learners; for enhancing learning and critical thinking in the classroom and for assessing learner achievement.

b) Concept of Inclusive education and understanding children with special needs 5 Questions

  • Addressing learners from diverse backgrounds including disadvantaged and deprived
  • Addressing the needs of children with learning difficulties, ‘impairment’ etc.
  • Addressing the Talented, Creative, Specially abled Learners

c) Learning and Pedagogy 10 Questions

  • How children think and learn; how and why children ‘fail’ to achieve success in school performance.
  • Basic processes of teaching and learning; children’s strategies of learning; learning as a social activity; social context of learning.
  • Child as a problem solver and a ‘scientific investigator’
  • Alternative conceptions of learning in children, understanding children’s ‘errors’ as significant steps in the learning process.
  • Cognition & Emotions
  • Motivation and learning
  • Factors contributing to learning – personal & environmental

II. Language I 30 Questions

a) Language Comprehension 15 Questions

Reading unseen passages – two passages one prose or drama and one poem with questions on comprehension, inference, grammar, and verbal ability (Prose passage may be literary, scientific, narrative, or discursive)

b) Pedagogy of Language Development 15 Questions

  • Learning and acquisition
  • Principles of language Teaching
  • Role of listening and speaking; function of language and how children use it as a tool
  • A critical perspective on the role of grammar in learning a language for communicating ideas verbally and in written form
  • Challenges of teaching language in a diverse classroom; language difficulties, errors and disorders
  • Language Skills
  • Evaluating language comprehension and proficiency: speaking, listening, reading, and writing
  • Teaching-learning materials: Textbook, multi-media materials, multilingual resource of the classroom
  • Remedial Teaching

III. Language-II 30 Questions

a) Comprehension 15 Questions

Two unseen prose passages (discursive or literary or narrative or scientific) with the question on
comprehension, grammar, and verbal ability

b) Pedagogy of Language Development 15 Questions

      • Learning and acquisition
      • Principles of language Teaching
      • Role of listening and speaking; function of language and how children use it as a too
      • A critical perspective on the role of grammar in learning a language for communicating ideas verbally and in written form;
      • Challenges of teaching language in a diverse classroom; language difficulties, errors and disorders
      • Language Skills
      • Evaluating language comprehension and proficiency: speaking, listening, reading, and writing
      • Teaching-learning materials: Textbook, multi-media materials, multilingual resource of the classroom
      • Remedial Teaching

IV. Mathematics and Science 60 Questions

(i) Mathematics 30 Questions

a) Content 20 Questions

      • Number System
      • Knowing our Numbers
      • Playing with Numbers
      • Whole Numbers
      • Negative Numbers and Integers
      • Fractions
      • Algebra
      • Introduction to Algebra
      • Ratio and Proportion
      • Geometry
      • Basic geometrical ideas (2-D)
      • Understanding Elementary Shapes (2-D and 3-D)
      • Symmetry: (reflection)
      • Construction (using Straight edge Scale, protractor, compasses)
      • Mensuration
      • Data handling

b) Pedagogical issues 10 Questions

      • Nature of Mathematics/Logical thinking
      • Place of Mathematics in Curriculum
      • Language of Mathematics
      • Community Mathematics
      • Evaluation
      • Remedial Teaching
      • Problem of Teaching

ii) Science 30 Questions

a) Content 20 Questions

Food

      • Sources of food
      • Components of food
      • Cleaning food

Materials

      • Materials of daily use

The World of the Living

Moving Things People and Ideas

How things work

      • Electric current and circuits
      • Magnets

Natural Phenomena

Natural Resources

b) Pedagogical issues 10 Questions

      • Nature & Structure of Sciences
      • Natural Science/Aims & objectives
      • Understanding & Appreciating Science
      • Approaches/Integrated Approach
      • Observation/Experiment/Discovery (Method of Science)
      • Innovation
      • Text Material/Aids
      • Evaluation – cognitive/psychomotor/affective
      • Problems
      • Remedial Teaching

Social Studies/Social Sciences 60 Questions

a)Content 40 Questions

History

      • When, Where, and How
      • The Earliest Societies
      • The First Farmers and Herders
      • The First Cities
      • Early States
      • New Ideas
      • The First Empire
      • Contacts with Distant lands
      • Political Developments
      • Culture and Science
      • New Kings and Kingdoms
      • Sultans of Delhi
      • Architecture
      • Creation of an Empire
      • Social Change
      • Regional Cultures
      • The Establishment of Company Power
      • Rural Life and Society
      • Colonialism and Tribal Societies
      • The Revolt of 1857-58
      • Women and reform
      • Challenging the Caste System
      • The Nationalist Movement
      • India After Independence

Geography

      • Geography as a social study and as a science
      • Planet: Earth in the solar system
      • Globe
      • Environment in its totality: natural and human environment
      • Air
      • Water
      • Human Environment: settlement, transport, and communication
      • Resources: Types-Natural and Human
      • Agriculture

Social and Political Life

      • Diversity
      • Government
      • Local Government
      • Making a Living
      • Democracy
      • State Government
      • Understanding Media
      • Unpacking Gender
      • The Constitution
      • Parliamentary Government
      • The Judiciary
      • Social Justice and the Marginalised

b) Pedagogical issues 20 Questions

      • Concept & Nature of Social Science/Social Studies
      • Class Room Processes, activities, and discourse
      • Developing Critical thinking
      • Inquiry/Empirical Evidence
      • Problems of teaching Social Science/Social Studies
      • Sources – Primary & Secondary
      • Projects Work
      • Evaluation

CTET Negative Marking or Not?

      • All questions in CTET will be Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) with four alternatives provided. One correct answer is to be chosen.
      • Each correct answer carries one mark and there will be no negative marking in CTET
      • This marking scheme will be helpful to calculate/predict scores while the CTET answer key is available.

CTET Qualifying Marks

Candidates appearing for CTET are considered CTET qualified only when they clear paper 1 OR both paper 1 and 2. A minimum score is needed for CTET Qualification.

The qualifying score is 60% for General category candidates, while it is relaxed for the reserved category.

CTET Qualifying Marks for SC/ ST category is 55%.

The official notification clearly mentions:

“Relaxation up to 5% in the qualifying marks in the minimum Educational Qualification for eligibility shall be allowed to the candidates belonging to reserved categories, such as
SC/ST/OBC/Differently abled”

Note: Candidates who qualify for Paper 1 despite appearing for both paper 1 and paper 2 will also be considered CTET qualified.

Also, as per CTET Rules,

      • School managements (Government, local bodies, government-aided and unaided) may consider giving concessions to persons belonging to SC/ST, OBC, differently-abled persons, etc., following their extant reservation policy.
      • Should give weightage to the CTET scores in the recruitment process, however, qualifying the CTET would not confer a right on any person for recruitment/employment as it is only one of the eligibility criteria for appointment

CTET Validity

The Validity Period of the CTET qualifying certificate for appointment will be seven years from the date of declaration of its result for all categories

How many attempts are there in CTET Exam?

A candidate may appear n number of times for the CTET Exam. There is no limit to the number of attempts. A candidate may keep appearing in the exam to improve their score/ performance.

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REET Syllabus 2021: Rajasthan Eligibility Examination for Teacher (REET) is been conducted by Board of Secondary Education, Rajasthan to select the eligible candidate for the post of Grade III teachers. There has been an increase in the number of vacancies. Earlier 31000 vacancies were released for the recruitment which has now increased to 32000.  The online registration for REET 2021 exam has already started from 11th January 2021. REET follows a particular exam pattern every year for level I and level II. While level I is for Primary teachers for classes 1st to 5th, and Level II is for upper primary teachers for classes 6th to 8th. Candidates who are planning to appear in the REET 2021 must go with the exam pattern in details, read the article till the end to understand the complete pattern and syllabus, to begin with, your preparation very well. Every candidate should prepare according to the syllabus and for your help, we have provided detailed syllabus pdfs.

REET Syllabus 2021: Overview

Name of the Board Board of Secondary Education, Rajasthan
Name of the posts Third Grade Teacher
Examination Name REET Exam 2021
Examination Date 25th April 2021
No of Vacancies 32000
Apply Mode Online
Job Location Rajasthan
Category Syllabus
Official Website www.rajeduboard.rajasthan.gov.in

REET Exam 2021: Exam Pattern

This exam consists of two papers. i.e., Paper I and Paper-II. The number of questions for REET exam is 150 and the marks are also 150. The time duration to complete the exam is Two and Half Hours.

  • There are no negative markings in REET Exam 2021
  • Total No. of Questions / Marks are 150
  • Duration of examination will be 2 hours & 30 minutes
  • Level 1 examination conducted for teachers of class 1st to 5th
  • Level 2 examination conducted for teachers of class 6th to 8th

REET Level 1 Exam Pattern

Section No. Of Questions Marks Time Duration
Child Development & Pedagogy 30 30 150 Minutes
Mathematics 30 30
Language-1 30 30
Language-2 30 30
Environmental Science 30 30
Total 150 150

REET Level 2 Exam Pattern

Section No. Of Questions Marks Time Duration
Child Development & Pedagogy 30 30 150 Minutes
Language I (Hindi, Sindhi, English, Sanskrit, Urdu, Punjabi & Gujarati) 30 30
Language II (Hindi, English, Sanskrit, Urdu, Sindhi, Punjabi & Gujarati) 30 30
Mathematics & Science (For Maths & Science Teacher) Social Science for Social Science Teachers 60 60
Total 150 100

REET Syllabus 2021

The candidates who want to qualify the REET Exam, then they must follow the syllabus for the exam. For your convenience, we have provided you with the detailed syllabus for REET 2021. Do make a study plan for your preparations with the help of the below-mentioned syllabus. You can also download the section-wise REET Syllabus 2021 PDF from the direct links provided.

REET Syllabus 2021 for Child Development & Pedagogy

  • Teaching-learning process
  • Learning Difficulties
  • Theories of learning and its implication
  • Action Research
  • Child Development
  • How Children learn and think
  • Individual Differences
  • Factors Affecting Learning
  • Meaning & Concept of learning and its processes
  • The right to Education Act 2009
  • Meaning and purposes of Assessment
  • Understanding diverse learners
  • Motivation and Implications for Learning
  • The Role of Heredity and environment

REET Syllabus 2021 for Environmental Studies

  • Our Culture and Civilization
  • Matter and Energy
  • Public places and Institutions
  • Living Beings
  • Personal Hygiene
  • Family
  • Discussion
  • Experimentation/Practical Work
  • Profession
  • Transport and Communication
  • The significance of Integrated & Environment Studies
  • Approaches to presenting concepts
  • Comprehensive and Continuous Evaluation
  • Clothes and Habitats
  • Teaching material/Aids
  • Problems of Teaching
  • Concept &scope of Environment Studies
  • Environmental Studies and Environmental Education Learning Principles
  • Scope and Relation to Science & Social Science
  • Activities

REET Syllabus 2021 for Mathematics and Science

  • Indices
  • Algebraic expressions
  • Factors
  • Percentage
  • Living Being
  • Human body and health
  • Animal Reproduction and Adolescence
  • Force and Motion
  • Heat
  • Light & Sound
  • Solar System
  • Chemical Substances
  • Plane Figures
  • Equations
  • Interest
  • Ratio and Proportion
  • Lines and Angles
  • Surface Area and Volume
  • Area of Plane figures
  • Statistics
  • Graph
  • Micro-organisms

REET Syllabus 2021 for Social Studies

  • Indian Civilization, Culture, and Society
  • Mauryan & Gupta Empires and Post-Gupta Period
  • Indian Constitution and Democracy
  • Pedagogical Issues – I
  • Geography and Resources of Rajasthan
  • Pedagogical Issues – II
  • Resources and Development
  • Main Components of the Earth
  • Medieval and Modern Period
  • Geography and Resources of India

REET Syllabus 2021 for English (Paper-1)

  • Unseen Prose Passage
  • Development of Language Skills, Teaching Learning Materials
  • Framing Questions Including Wh-questions
  • Teaching Learning Materials
  • Principles of Teaching English
  • Comprehensive & Continuous Evaluation

REET Syllabus 2021 English (Paper-II)

  • English
  • Basic knowledge of the English Sounds and their Phonetic Transcription
  • Modal Auxiliaries, Phrasal Verbs, and Idioms, Literary Terms
  • Unseen Poem
  • Principles of the Teaching English, Communicative Approach to English Language Teaching, Challenges of Teaching

REET Syllabus 2021: Download PDFs

You can also download the syllabus pdf from the direct link provided below;

REET Level 1 Syllabus 2021
Section Link to Download PDF
Child Development & Pedagogy
Environmental Science
Language 1
Language 2
Mathematics
REET Level 2 Syllabus 2021 
Child Development & Pedagogy
Language 1
Language 2
Mathematics & Science
Social Studies

RRB NTPC Syllabus 2021: NTPC is one of the most sought after railway exams. For RRB NTPC 2021 Exam lakhs of applications have been received against 35,277 vacancies. This in itself highlights the cut-throat competition. In order to qualify for the RRB NTPC 2021 Exam,  complete knowledge of the RRB NTPC Syllabus and Exam Pattern. The Recruitment Notification has been released for Non-Technical Popular Categories (NTPC) Posts by Railway Recruitment Board (RRB). Let’s have a look at the detailed RRB NTPC 2021 Exam Pattern & Syllabus.

RRB NTPC CBT 1 Admit Card Link

RRB NTPC Syllabus 2021: Overview

Name Of the organization Railway Recruitment Board
Name of the post(s) Non-Technical Popular Categories (Junior Clerk cum Typist,
Accounts Clerk cum Typist, Junior Time Keeper, Trains Clerk,
Commercial cum Ticket Clerk, Traffic Assistant, Goods Guard,
Senior Commercial cum Ticket Clerk, Senior Clerk cum Typist,
Junior Account Assistant cum Typist, Senior Time Keeper,
Commercial Apprentice, Station Master)
Category Government Job
Selection Process
  • 1st Stage Computer Based Test (CBT)
  • 2nd Stage Computer Based Test (CBT)
  • Typing Skill Test/ Computer-Based Aptitude Test
  • Document Verification/ Medical Examination
Official Website indianrailways.gov.in

RRB NTPC Exam Pattern

Like a large no. of Govt. Exams, the exam of RRB NTPC 2021 will be conducted in the below-mentioned steps:

  • First Stage of CBT,
  • Second Stage of CBT,
  • Typing Test (Skill Test)/ Aptitude Test,
  • Document Verification
  • Medical Examination

The candidates will have to qualify each stage in order to be eligible for an appointment at the Indian Railways.

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RRB NTPC Syllabus: CBT 1 Exam Pattern

Candidates can check the RRB NTPC CBT 1 Exam Pattern in the table given below. This is just a screening round i.e., the marks of CBT 1 will not be included in the final merit list. It is to remove the slightly non-serious candidates. The normalized score of CBT 1 shall be used for shortlisting of candidates for CBT 2 which will be around 20 times the vacancies. All the questions will be objective in nature, i.e. Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ’s).

Sl No. Sections No. of Questions Total Marks Duration
1. General Awareness 40 40
  • 90 minutes
  • 120 minutes for PWD
2. Mathematics 30 30
3. General Intelligence and Reasoning 30 30
Total 100 100

Note: There will be a negative marking of 1/3 Marks for every question wrongly attempted. No marks will be deducted for a question left unanswered.

RRB NTPC Syllabus: CBT 1 Syllabus

The complete RRB NTPC syllabus for the RRB NTPC 2021 is given below. Candidates can check the syllabus of the Mathematics, Reasoning, and General Awareness in the table given below:

RRB NTPC Mathematics Syllabus

Sections Topics to Prepare
Simplification
  • BODMAS Rule
  • Fractions
  • Approximate Value
  • Surds & Indices
Interest
  • Problems on Simple Interest
  • Problems on Compound Interest
  • Installments
Percentage
  • Calculation on Basic Percentage Problems
Ratio & Proportion
  • Problems on Simple Ratios
  • Problems on Compound Ratio
  • Direct/Indirect Proportions
Average
  • Problems on Average
  • Problems on Weight
  • Problems on Height
  • Problems on Marks
Problems on Ages
  • Basic Problems
Speed, Time & Distance
  • Problems on Average
  • Problems on Relative Speeds
  • Problems on Boats, Train, etc.
Algebra
  • Basic Linear Equation in One variable
  • Basic Linear Equation in two variable
Profit & Loss
  • Problems on Profit/Loss
  • Dishonest/Successive Dealings
  • Partnerships
Number Series
  • Complete the Series
  • Finding Missing/Wrong Term
Mensuration
  • Problems on Plane Figures: Square, Rectangle, Circle, etc.
Time & Work
  • Problems on Work Efficiency
  • Problems on Wages
  • Problems on Pipes
Mixture Problems
  • Make a mixture from two or more entries/mixtures

RRB NTPC General Intelligence & Reasoning Syllabus

Sections Topics to Prepare
Classification
  • Number
  • Letter & Meaningful Words
  • GK Based Questions
Analogy
  • Number
  • General Knowledge
  • Meaning & Letter Based Questions
Series
  • number & Alphabet Series
Coding-Decoding
  • Letter Shifting
  • Coding Letters by words
  • Coding by Analogy
  • Coding-Decoding based on Numbers
  • Operations on Place Value
  • Coding & Decoding on Fictitious Language
Blood Relations
  • family Tree Problems
  • General Blood Relation Problems
Clock & Calendar
  • Calendar Based Questions
  • Questions on Time & Clock Hands
Ordering & Ranking
  • Simple ranking Questions
Directions & Distances
  • Simple Problems on Directions
  • Formula Based Distance Questions
Word Formation
  • Arranging words in a meaningful order
Non-Verbal Reasoning
  • Complete the Pattern
  • Figure Based Analogy
  • Classification
  • Series
  • Cube-Based Questions
Others
  • Missing Number
  • Venn Diagram
  • Puzzle

RRB NTPC General Awareness Syllabus

Sections Topics to Prepare
Current Affairs/General Awareness
  • Economics
  • Current Affairs
  • Geography
  • History
  • Polity
  • Computers
  • Sports
  • Literature
  • Awards
  • Books & Authors
  • Miscellaneous
General Science
  • Environment
  • Living Organism
  • Life Processes in Organisms & Plants
  • Heredity & Evolution
  • Natural Resources
  • Atoms & Molecules
  • Chemical Reactions & Equations
  • Acid, Bases & Salts
  • Metals & Non-Metals
  • Periodic Table
  • Force & Laws of Motions
  • Work & Energy
  • Sound
  • Light
  • Electricity
  • Sources of Energy
  • Diseases, Reasons & Cure
  • Improvement in Food Resources

RRB NTPC CBT 2 Exam Pattern

Candidates can check the RRB NTPC CBT 2 Exam Pattern in the table given below. This is both a screening and scoring round i.e., the marks of CBT 2 will be included in the final merit list. It is the merit deciding round. The candidates will have to secure more marks in order to meet the required RRB NTPC Cut-Off.

The normalized score of CBT 2 shall be used for shortlisting of candidates for Skill Test/ Aptitude Test. RRB NTPC Phase-II will as well have MCQ’s.

Serial No. Sections No. of Questions Total Marks Duration
1. General Questions Awareness 50 50
  • 90 minutes
  • 120 minutes for PwD
2. Mathematics 35 35
3. General Intelligence and Reasoning 35 35
Total 120 120

Note: There will be a negative marking of 1/3 Marks for every question attempted wrong. No marks will be deducted for a question left unanswered.

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RRB NTPC Syllabus for CBT 2 Exam

Mathematics Syllabus

  • BODMAS Rule
  • Fractions
  • Approximate Value
  • Surds & Indices
  • Problems on Simple Interest
  • Problems on Compound Interest
  • Installments
  • Calculation on Basic Percentage Problems
  • Problems on Simple Ratios
  • Problems on Compound Ratio
  • Direct/Indirect Proportions
  • Problems on Average
  • Problems on Weight
  • Problems on Height
  • Problems on Marks
  • Basic Problems
  • Problems on Average
  • Problems on Relative Speeds
  • Problems on Boats, Train, etc.
  • Basic Linear Equation in One variable
  • Basic Linear Equation in two variable
  • Problems on Profit/Loss
  • Dishonest/Successive Dealings
  • Partnerships
  • Complete the Series
  • Finding Missing/Wrong Term
  • Problems on Plane Figures: Square, Rectangle, Circle, etc.
  • Problems on Work Efficiency
  • Problems on Wages
  • Problems on Pipes
  • Make a mixture from two or more entries/mixtures

General Intelligence & Reasoning Syllabus

Sections Topics to Prepare
Classification
  • Number
  • Letter & Meaningful Words
  • GK Based Questions
Analogy
  • Number
  • General Knowledge
  • Meaning & Letter Based Questions
Series
  • number & Alphabet Series
Coding-Decoding
  • Letter Shifting
  • Coding Letters by words
  • Coding by Analogy
  • Coding-Decoding based on Numbers
  • Operations on Place Value
  • Coding & Decoding on Fictitious Language
Blood Relations
  • family Tree Problems
  • General Blood Relation Problems
Clock & Calendar
  • Calendar Based Questions
  • Questions on Time & Clock Hands
Ordering & Ranking
  • Simple ranking Questions
Directions & Distances
  • Simple Problems on Directions
  • Formula Based Distance Questions
Word Formation
  • Arranging words in meaningful order
Non-Verbal Reasoning
  • Complete the Pattern
  • Figure Based Analogy
  • Classification
  • Series
  • Cube-Based Questions
Others
  • Missing Number
  • Venn Diagram
  • Puzzle

General Awareness Syllabus

Sections Topics to Prepare
Current Affairs/General Awareness
  • Economics
  • Current Affairs
  • Geography
  • History
  • Polity
  • Computers
  • Sports
  • Literature
  • Awards
  • Books & Authors
  • Miscellaneous
General Science
  • Environment
  • Living Organism
  • Life Processes in Organisms & Plants
  • Heredity & Evolution
  • Natural Resources
  • Atoms & Molecules
  • Chemical Reactions & Equations
  • Acid, Bases & Salts
  • Metals & Non-Metals
  • Periodic Table
  • Force & Laws of Motions
  • Work & Energy
  • Sound
  • Light
  • Electricity
  • Sources of Energy
  • Diseases, Reasons & Cure
  • Improvement in Food Resources

RRB NTPC Syllabus: Computer Aptitude Test (CABT)

The candidates who have opted for Traffic Assistant and Station Master will have to appear for the RRB NTPC CBT Exam. The candidates need to secure a minimum T-Score of 42 marks in each of the test batteries to qualify. This is applicable to all candidates irrespective of community or category i.e. irrespective of SC/ST /OBC-NCL /EWS /PwBD/ Ex-SM and no relaxation in the minimum T- Score is permissible

Serial no. Name of Post Level in 7th CPC 1st stage CBT 2nd stage CBT Skill Test requirement
1. Junior Clerk cum Typist 2 Common for all posts Common for all Level 2 posts Typing Skill Test
2. Accounts Clerk cum Typist 2 Typing Skill Test
3. Junior Time Keeper 2 Typing Skill Test
4. Trains Clerk 2
5. Commercial cum Ticket Clerk 3 Separate for Level 3 post
6. Traffic Assistant 4 Separate for Level 4 post Computer-Based Aptitude Test
7. Goods Guard 5 Common for all Level 5 posts
8. Senior Commercial cum Ticket Clerk 5
9. Senior Clerk cum Typist 5 Typing Skill Test
10. Junior Account Assistant cum Typist 5 Typing Skill Test
11. Senior Time Keeper 5 Typing Skill Test
12. Commercial Apprentice 6 Common for all Level 6 posts
13. Station Master 6 Computer-Based Aptitude Test

RRB NTPC Typing Skill Test (TST)

The candidates should be able to type 30 words per minute (WPM) in English or 25 WPM in Hindi on Personal Computer only without editing tools and spell check facility. Details for RRB NTPC Syllabus 2021 Typing Skill Test

RRB NTPC 2021 Typing Skill Test (TST)
Medium of Language Typing Speed
English 30 words per minute (w.p.m.)
Hindi 25 words per minute (w.p.m.)

Note:

  • The candidate should be able to type on Personal Computer only without editing tools and spell check facility.
  • For guidelines of those who appear for typing skill test in Hindi, Kruti Dev and Mangal font shall be made available for typing skill test on Personal Computer.
  • Exemption in Typing Skill Test may be extended to candidates who are permanently disabled due to Blindness/Low Vision, Cerebral Palsy & Loco Motor Disability with not less than 40% permanent disability. Such eligible PwBD candidates have to upload a scanned copy of the Typing Skill Test Exemption Certificate issued by the Competent Medical Board on the website of respective RRBs before the conduct of the typing skill test.
  • The merit will be drawn only for the candidates qualified in the TST or TST exempted PwBD candidates based on performance in 2nd Stage CBT.

RRB NTPC Document Verification/ Medical Examination

Based on the performance of candidates in 2nd Stage CBT and CBAT/TST, candidates equal to the number of vacancies will be called for Document Verification as per their merit and options. Appointment of selected candidates is subject to their passing requisite Medical Fitness Test to be conducted by the Railway Administration, final verification of educational and community certificates, and verification of antecedents/ character of the candidates.

RRB NTPC Syllabus 2021 Faqs

Q1. When was the RRB NTPC vacancy were announced.?
Ans. RRB NTPC vacancy was announced in March 2019.

Q2. How many stages are there in RRB NTPC.?
Ans. There are three stages in the RRB NTPC.

Q3. Is there a negative marking in RRB NTPC Exam.?
Ans. Yes, there will be a penalty of 1/3 marks for every incorrect answer.

Q4. How many questions will be there in RRB NTPC CBT 1.?
Ans. There will be 100 questions in RRB NTPC CBT 1.

Q5. Is there an Interview in RRB NTPC.?
Ans. No, there is no interview in RRB NTPC.

RBI Assistant Syllabus 2021 is a big query for all the aspirants of this exam. As notified, the notification has been released for the recruitment of RBI Assistant post, we have provided necessary details of the exam here while taking into account the past trends of the exam. Candidates may refer to the given topics as listed in the official syllabus.

RBI Assistant Syllabus

The pattern includes prelims and a mains stage, which will be followed by a Language Proficiency Test(LPT). RBI Assistant Syllabus for each Stage has been provided. Now the candidates need to go through the mentioned details to know everything about the Syllabus.
Like a normal Bank exam, the sections of the exam are similar. these sections are listed below:

  1. Quantitative Aptitude or Quant Syllabus covers the topics from Mathematical knowledge up to 10th standard level or Secondary school level.
  2. General Awareness or GA Syllabus includes current and previous concepts of general knowledge about India and the world covering history, polity, and geography.
  3. The English Language includes the concepts of grammar and usage of language.
  4. Reasoning Ability includes the candidate’s test to determine their rational thinking ability.

The candidates provisionally shortlisted from the main on-line examination will have to undergo a language proficiency test (LPT). The language proficiency test will be conducted in the Official / Local Language of the State concerned as detailed below). Candidates not proficient in the Official / Local Language shall be disqualified.

Important Points for RBI Assistant LPT:

  • LPT is mandatory. No exemption of any sort will be given to any candidate from appearing in LPT, which will be conducted at the respective offices of the Bank.
  • Final Selection will depend, on the performance in the online test, qualifying in LPT, Medical fitness, verification of certificates, Biometric Data, etc. to the Bank’s satisfaction. The decision of the Bank in this regard shall be final.
  • Biometric verification and LPT are qualifying in nature and the final selection will only be based on performance in the main on-line examination.

RBI Assistant Syllabus Topics

For each section/subject, the RBI Assistant Syllabus Topics have been listed. Use them for your reference.
(Please note that any additions or deletions in the topics will be updated after confirmation from the official notification)

RBI Assistant Quantitative Aptitude(Quant) Syllabus

Quantitative Aptitude Syllabus Topics
1 Time & Distance Concept
2 Time & Work
3 LCM, HCF
4 Simple & Compound interest
5 Train and boat problems
6 Average
7 Allegations, Comparision
8 Probability
9 Permutation & Combination
10 Pipes & cisterns

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RBI Assistant General Awareness Syllabus

General Awareness( GA Syllabus)
1 Current World News
2 Current India News
3 Concepts of Geography
4 Concepts of History
5 Political Science

RBI Assistant Reasoning Syllabus

Reasoning
1 Number Series
2 Blood Relations
3 Analogy
4 Odd one out
5 Number Series
6 Coding-decoding
7 Directions based concept
8 Row arrangement
9 Symbols
10 Statement, understanding

RBI Assistant English Language Syllabus

English Language
1 Reading Comprehension
2 Synonyms
3 Antonyms
4 Sentence Correction
5 Word Meanings

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RBI Assistant LPT Languages

The Office wise LPT local language/s is/are as follows:

• Ahmedabad – Gujarati
• Bengaluru – Kannada
• Bhopal – Hindi
• Bhubaneswar – Oriya
• Chandigarh – Punjabi / Hindi
• Chennai – Tamil
• Guwahati – Assamese / Bengali / Khasi / Manipuri / Bodo / Mizo
• Hyderabad – Telugu
• Jaipur – Hindi
• Jammu – Urdu / Hindi / Kashmiri
• Kanpur & Lucknow – Hindi
• Kolkata – Bengali / Nepali
• Mumbai – Marathi / Konkani
• Nagpur – Marathi / Hindi
• New Delhi – Hindi
• Patna – Hindi / Maithili
• Thiruvananthapuram – Malayalam

Important Points for RBI Assistant Syllabus 2021

  • It is for the aspirants to be through with the syllabus topics to sort their priorities during preparation.
  • The syllabus will always be a guide to the candidates while they are going through the previous year’s papers to confirm the presence of the same topics or questions in the current year’s syllabus.
  • Also, the topics listed will cover all difficulty levels possible for the exam, which can be determined as per the trend of the exam.
  • The selection process requires the candidates to be qualified in all the stages of the exam, that is the prelims, mains as well as the Language Proficiency Test/LPT.
  • Note that LPT is qualifying in nature and the final selection will be made based on Mains online exam of RBI Assistant 2021.

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The preparation of RBI Grade B 2021 is incomplete without the knowledge of the RBI Grade B 2021 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 2021 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 need to know all the aspects of the exam, one of which is the 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 section
Interview 50 No time limit

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

RBI Grade B Exam Pattern: Phase I

The Prelims Exam of RBI Grade B will comprise 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 mark 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 the 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 for 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 Both Subjective & Objective Types of questions.
  • Except for 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 the Prelims Exam, there will be negative marking in this phase of the 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 2021 Interview Process

The final stage of the RBI Grade B 2021 Recruitment Process is the Interview Process. Candidates who successfully clear the Mains Round are called for the Interview Process. The interview round carries 50 marks. The 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 numbers 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.

RBI Grade B Exam Pattern Faqs

Q 1. What is the marking scheme of RBI Grade B?
Ans. The Phase I exam consists of 200 marks, the Phase II exam consists of 300 marks, and the interview holds 50 marks.

Q 2. What is the duration of the RBI Grade B Phase I exam?
Ans. The RBI Grade B Phase I exam is of 2 hours (120 minutes).

Q 3. What is the duration of the RBI Grade B Phase II exam?
Ans. The RBI Grade B phase II is 90 minutes for each section.

Q 4. What is the negative marking in the Phase I exam?
Ans. There will be a negative marking of 0.25 marks allotted to that question for each wrong question.

Q 5. How many sections are there in RBI Group B Phase II exam?
Ans. There are three sections in the RBI Grade B Phase II exam i.e., Economic & Social Issues, Finance & Management, and English (Writing Skills).

RBI Assistant Exam Pattern is going to help candidates to prepare well for the upcoming RBI Assistant Examination. To ace the upcoming RBI Assistant Exam, it is necessary to remain acquainted with the new RBI Assistant Exam Pattern. This article explains the RBI Assistant Exam Pattern for Prelims, Mains, and Language Proficiency elaborately. Read further to know details of the type of questions, number of questions, and other important details of the exam.

RBI Assistant Exam Pattern

RBI Assistant 2021 is going to be conducted by the Institute of Banking Personnel Selection to select eligible candidates for the post of Assistant. The notification for the same has been released shortly by RBI. The recruitment process to select Assistant through RBI Assistant 2021 is done in three phases:

  • Online Preliminary Exam,
  • Online Mains Exam and
  • Language Proficiency.

A candidate must qualify for both the preliminary exam and mains exam to proceed to the Language Proficiency round. The candidates selected after the interview round are given the appointment letter.

RBI Assistant Exam 2021 Highlights

Conducting authority Reserve Bank of India
Website www.rbi.org.in
Exam Category National Level Exam/Recruitment
Vacancies 926 assistant post
Mode Online
Stage Prelims, Main, Language Proficiency
Duration of Prelims 2 hours
Maximum marks in Prelims 100
Maximum marks in Mains 200
Negative marking -0.25

RBI Assistant Exam Pattern: Prelims

RBI Assistant Prelims Exam is a Screening exam. It is to weed out not serious candidates from the competition. There is sectional timing for each section i.e., English, Reasoning, and Mathematics. Candidates need to clear sectional cutoff as well as an overall cutoff to qualify for the RBI Assistant Prelims. Candidates can check the RBI Assistant Prelims Exam Pattern in the table below.

Name of Tests
(Objective)
No. of
Questions
Maximum
Marks
Total Time
English Language 30 30 20 minutes
Numerical Ability 35 35 20 minutes
Reasoning Ability 35 35 20 minutes
Total 100 100 60 minutes

Note:- Candidates have to qualify in each of the three tests by securing minimum cut-off marks to be decided by RBI. An adequate number of candidates in each category as decided by RBI depending upon requirements will be shortlisted for Online Main Examination.

RBI Assistant Exam Pattern: Mains

RBI Assistant Mains Exam is a Scoring as well as Merit deciding exam. There is sectional timing for each section i.e., English, Reasoning, General Awareness, Computer Knowledge, and Mathematics. Candidates need to clear sectional cutoff as well as an overall cutoff to qualify for the RBI Assistant Mains. Candidates can check the RBI Assistant Mains Exam Pattern in the table below.

Name of Tests (Objective) No of Questions Maximum Marks Duration
Test of Reasoning 40 40 30 Minutes
Test of English Language 40 40 30 Minutes
Test of Numerical Ability 40 40 30 Minutes
Test of General Awareness 40 40 25 Minutes
Test of Computer Knowledge 40 40 20 Minutes
Total 200 200 135 Minutes

Note Penalty for Wrong Answers (Applicable to both – Online Preliminary and Online Main examinations). There will be a penalty for wrong answers marked in the Objective Tests. For each question for which a wrong answer has been given by the candidate one fourth or 0.25 of the marks assigned to that question will be deducted as a penalty to arrive at a corrected score. If a question is left blank, i.e. no answer is marked by the candidate, there will be no penalty for that question.

Those who qualify for the RBI Assistant Mains Exam will be called for Language Proficiency Test. The State Wise Language Proficiency Language is given below.

RBI Assistant Exam Pattern: Language Proficiency

The candidates provisionally shortlisted from the main on-line examination will have to undergo a language proficiency test (LPT). The language proficiency test will be conducted in the Official / Local Language of the State concerned as detailed below). Candidates not proficient in the Official / Local Language shall be disqualified.

Office Language
Ahmedabad Gujarati
Bengaluru Kannada
Bhopal Hindi
Bhubaneswar Oriya
Chandigarh Punjabi / Hindi
Chennai Tamil
Hyderabad Telugu
Guwahati Assamese / Bengali / Khasi / Manipuri / Bodo / Mizo
Jaipur Hindi
Jammu Urdu / Hindi / Kashmiri
Kanpur & Lucknow Hindi
Kolkata Bengali / Nepali
Mumbai Marathi / Konkani
Nagpur Marathi / Hindi
New Delhi Hindi
Patna Hindi / Maithili
Thiruvananthapuram Malayalam

RBI Assistant Exam Pattern: Important Points

Candidates can check important points of the RBI Assistant Exam Pattern of Prelims & Mains.

  • There will be no Interview.
  • Candidates will have to pass each of the objective tests of the online examinations.
  • Both the Prelims and Mains exam will be conducted online.
  • A candidate has to qualify in Preliminary Examination for appearing in Main Examination.
  • The Mains exam will be conducted in March.
  • The question paper will be bilingual in nature i.e. available in Hindi as well as the English language.
  • The Cutoff of RBI Assistant of prelims and mains exam will be decided by RBI.

Check the detailed RBI Assistant Syllabus

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RBI Grade B Syllabus 2021: Here we have provided you with the detailed syllabus of RBI Grade B Phase I and Phase II. This is going to help you get an understanding of the syllabus before starting your preparation for the RBI Grade B 2021 exam. Before strategizing your preparation, it is advisable to go through the syllabus and exam pattern first.

RBI Grade B Syllabus 2021

The syllabus of the RBI Grade B exam is just like the other Bank Exams. The major sections from which the questions are asked are Reasoning, Quantitative Aptitude, General Awareness, and English Language. As the RBI Grade B exam has both Phase-I exam as well as Phase-II exam, the syllabus of both the levels are entirely different from each other.
Let’s have a look at the detailed syllabus of both the preliminary examination and mains examination.

RBI Grade B Syllabus 2021 Phase I

The RBI Grade B Syllabus for Phase I of four sections is given in the table below. The four sections are:

  • Reasoning,
  • Quantitative Aptitude,
  • General Awareness and
  • English Language.

Syllabus for Phase-I Examination:

Reasoning Quantitative Aptitude English Language General Awareness
  • Inequality
  • Coding-Decoding
  • Syllogism
  • Machine Input Output
  • Data Sufficiency
  • Arguments
  • Alpha-Numeric Symbol Series
  • Puzzle
  • Seating Arrangement
  • Verbal Reasoning
  • Ordering and Ranking
  • Arrangement and Pattern
  • Blood Relations
  • Direction and Distance
  • Ratio and Proportion
  • Average
  • Time and Work
  • Speed, Distance, and Time
  • Mixture and Allegations
  • Approximation & Simplification
  • Partnership
  • Problems of Boats & Streams
  • Problems on Trains
  • Pipes & Cisterns
  • Percentage
  • Permutation and Combination
  • Algebra
  • Trigonometry
  • Data Interpretation
  • Mensuration
  • Probability
  • Set Theory
  • Grammar
  • Vocabulary
  • Error Spotting
  • Comprehension
  • Passage Making
  • Jumble Words
  • Fill in the Blanks
  • Sentence Framing
  • Current Affairs
  • Indian Financial System
  • Indian Banking System
  • Monetary Plans
  • National Institution
  • Banking Terms

The RBI Grade B Syllabus for Phase I of three sections is given in the table below. The three sections are:

  • Economic and Social Issues
  • Finance and
  • Management

RBI Grade B Syllabus 2021 for Phase-II Exam:

Economic and Social Issues Finance Management
  • Growth and Development
  • Economic Reforms in India
  • Globalization
  • Social Structure in India
  • Financial System
  • Financial Markets
  • Risk Management
  • Basics of Derivatives
  • Development in the Financial Sector
  • Union Budget
  • Inflation
  • Role of Manager
  • Human Resource Development
  • Motivation, Morale, and Incentives
  • Communication
  • Corporate Governance

Apart from the above mentioned three sections in Mains Exam, an additional section of English (Written Skills) is also present through which a candidate is tested for his/her writing skills.
Candidates are required to keep visiting this website to know the change in the syllabus if any. Candidates are requested to check the RBI Grade B Exam Pattern also.

RBI Grade B Syllabus 2021 Faqs

Q 1. How many stages are there in RBI Grade B?
Ans. There are only three stages in the RBI Grade B examination process namely, Phase I, Phase II, and Interview.

Q 2. Is there a negative marking in RBI Grade B?
Ans. Yes, there is a negative marking of 1/4 of the marks assigned to that question.

Q 3. How many sections are there in RBI Grade B Phase I?
Ans. There are four sections in the RBI Grade B Phase I exam.

Q 4. How many sections are there in RBI Grade B Phase II?
Ans. There are three sections in the RBI Grade B Phase II.

Q 5. For how many RBI Grade B Interview is conducted?
Ans. RBI Grade B Interview holds 50 marks.