The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has announced the results of it’s Grade B Officer phase 1 examination today for the exam that was conducted on Sept 4. With RBI grade B officer result out, 3234 candidates will be proceeding further to appear for phase 2 exam.
RBI has published the results of Grade B officer recruitment exam and along with it, the roll numbers of the candidates who have been shortlisted for the Phase-II exam have been made available. Individual mark sheet & category-wise cut off for Phase-I exam would soon be made available by the authority and the candidates would be able to access it from the official website www.rbi.org.in.
RBI had notified the recruitment process for filling 163 posts of Officers in Grade ‘B’ (General) on July 18. As per the initial notification, the selection process is divided into two examinations – phase-I & phase-II, with both the examinations to be conducted through online mode. RBI had conducted the online examination (phase-I) on September 4. The exam was divided in four sections, comprising of total 200 questions.
Total 3,234 candidates have been shortlised on the basis of their performance in the phase-I exam. These candidates will now have to take the phase-II exam to be held on September 18, which will also be taken as a computer based test.
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RBI Grade B Officer Phase 2 exam
The phase-II exam would be divided into three papers – Paper-I (Economics and Social Issues); Paper-II (English – Writing Skills) and Paper-III (Finance and Management). Paper -I & Paper-III would be objective type while the paper-II would be discriptive and the candidates will have to answer the questions with the help of the keyboard. All the paper would carry weightage of 100 marks and the candidates would have 90 minutes to solve each paper.
The phase-II online exam would be conducted in two shifts (morning & afternoon) and the candidates are required to appear in both the shifts, unlike the phase-I exam where the candidates were required to appear for only one shift. RBI would upload separate admission letters for both the shifts in few days. RBI Grade B Officer exam (Phase-II) would be held in 20 cities.
The candidates, thus obtaining minimum qualifying marks in phase-II exam would be called to appear for the interview which would be of 50 marks. The final selection would be on the basis of the candidates’ performance in phase-II exam and interview taken collectively.