RBI Grade-B Phase-II Exam Analysis, Review and Expected Cut Off (07-July-2017)

Dear Aspirants, 


RBI Grade-B phase-II Recruitment Exam is over, Now it's time for the much awaited RBI Grade-B phase-II Exam Analysis & Review (7th July 2017). A lot of students have appeared for this exam today and this brings them to a step closer in their journey of getting a Job in the most sought after Banking Recruitment in Reserve Bank of India. Without wasting any moment, let's get straight to the analysis for which you are all waiting for. The level of the examination was moderate.

RBI Grade-B Phase-II Exam had 3 papers: Economic and Social Issues, English (Writing Skills) and Finance and Management. The paper-I and Paper-II were objective type where each paper was for 100 marks and had a time limit of 90 minutes. The descriptive paper was also for 100 marks with a time limit of 90 minutes.

Economic and Social Issues

This section had 30 questions for 1 mark and 35 questions for 2 marks.  Following are some topics asked in this section:
1. RTI Issue related movement
2. Shyama Prasad Mukherjee Rurban Mission
3. Monetary Policy: Members, years
4. Human Development Report
5. Gender Development and sector measurement related question
6. India's rank in gender development report
7. A passage was given which stated a particular percentage for India's growth (by a Paris based org.) and they asked the candidate to calculate India's growth by 2018.

English (Writing Skills) - Descriptive Paper

The level of this section was moderate.

Essay Writing (300 words)
Candidates had to attempt only 1 among the given choices:
(a) Ransomware
(b) NPA
(c) Cyber Security
(d) Missile Related

Reading Comprehension
The level of RC was easy and there were only 5 questions. The topic was related to Company Forecasting.

Precis Writing (170 Words)
(a) Gold backed currency

Finance and Management

This section also had 30 questions for 1 mark and 35 questions for 2 marks. Following are some topics asked in this section:
1. Time Value Money
2. Bond's Present value, annuity
3. SEBI: UDAY Kotak committee's role
4. Numerical question  based on RBI's tourist weighted ratio: CRAR
5.A balance sheet was given in which they asked if it is financially acceptable or not.
6. BARS full form
7. Types of non-verbal communication
8. Management techniques
9. Transformation leaders, Autocratic leaders
10. Goal setting theory
11. Paralanguage in communication
12. Name of Eye related non verbal communication 


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