RBI Grade B Phase II Exam Analysis- September 19, 2016
RBI Grade B Phase II Exam Analysis
Reserve Bank of India (RBI ) conducted its Grade- B Phase II examination on September 19, 2016. The Mode of the exam was Online. Candidates who were shortlisted in the phase I examination were called for the Phase II exam on September 19, 2016. This time RBI introduced new pattern of the phase II exam and therefore it becomes important to go through the analysis of exam.
|Paper||Subject||Nature of paper||Maximum marks||Duration|
|I||Economic and social issues||Objective||100||1 1/2 hrs|
|II||English||Descriptive||100||1 1/2 hrs|
(Finance and management)/Statistics
|Objective||100||1 1/2 hrs|
RBI Grade B Phase II Exam Analysis 2016- Paper I
Paper I was of ” Economic and Social Issues”. The syllabus for this section is given below :
1. Growth and Development.
2. National Income and Per Capita income.
3. Poverty Alleviation in India.
4. Sustainable Development.
5. Economic Reforms in India.
6. Industrial and Labour Policy.
7. Monetary and Fiscal Policy.
8. Role of Economic Planning.
10. Export-Import Policy.
11. International Economic Institutions
12. IMF and World Bank
14. Social Structure in India.
15. Urbanization and Migration.
16. Positive Discrimination.
17. Indian Political System.
18. Human Development etc.
The nature of exam was objective.The paper was balanced and questions were asked from almost each and every section. Emphasis was laid on the Core economic topics . There were no 5 marks questions this time as compared to year 2015. The difficulty level ranges from average to above average. Four options were available and the questions asked were not direct , In fact statement based questions had more frequency. There were 3 Sections of this paper A, B and C. As per the candidates of a reputed coaching in Noida the topics like Data Interpretation and data based Questions were also asked.
RBI Grade B Phase II Exam Analysis 2016- Paper II
This paper comprised of English Subject. The nature of the exam was Descriptive. Candidates were allowed the usage of keyboard to type their answers.The Section contained questions from Reading Comprehension, Precis writing, Letter Writing and essay.
Candidates need to write an essay of about 400 words within the stipulated period of time. Furthermore , there some restrictions to typing usage also. The difficulty level was of easy to average, but proficiency in typing was a key point. Overall the candidates with comprehension skills will fing no difficulty in clearing the section.
Best of Luck to candidates for results!!