RBI Recruitment 2015: The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) which invited applications for filling the Grade-B Posts recently introduced a new scheme in selection process. According to the new scheme the selection of candidates is computer based and it comprises of two phases. Phase-1 and Phase 2 and is followed by the personal Interview. Check out the complete details about the changes here.
Education Qualification: The aspirants should acquire a bachelor’s degree and should have 60% from the recognized university or board
Age Limit: The aspirants should have age between 21 to 30 years
RBI Recruitment 2015 Exam Pattern
Examination pattern: The examination comprises o two phases that is phase 1 and phase 2.
Phase 1: The examination consists of objective type questions and the questions will appear on the concepts of General Awareness, English language, Quantitative Aptitude and Reasoning
Phase-2: The examination comprises of three papers namely paper-1 English (Writing Skills), Paper 2 Economic & Social Issues and Paper 3-Finance & Management/Economics/Statistics (optional subjects)
Candidates with clear phase 2 will be called for the interview and the final selection of candidates will be done based on the merit list. This will be prepared by adding marks secured by the candidate in phase-2 and the personal interview. Phase 1 examination is conducted for 200 marks, Phase 2 for 300 marks and phase 3 examination is for 50 marks respectively.