RBI Grade B Result 2021: Check Cut-Off and Steps to Download Result, How to Prepare for the Next Phase?

RBI Grade B Result 2021: The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has uploaded the Phase I Result for the Grade B exam 2021 at the official website. Those who appeared exam those candidates can check RBI Grade B Result 2021 from the official website i.e. rbi.org.in

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RBI Grade B Result 2021

Candidates who appeared RBI Grade B Exam 2021 which was scheduled on 06.03.2021 those candidates can check and download RBI Grade B Phase I Result 2021 for the DR | DEPR | DSIM. This shortlisted candidates for Phase 2.

Reserve Bank of India (RBI)
RBI Grade B Result 2021 Released
Adv No:- 1/2020-21

Important Dates

  • Application Begin: 28/01/2021
  • Last Date for Apply Online: 15/02/2021
  • Pay Exam Fee Last Date: 15/02/2021
  • Exam Date Paper I: 06/03/2021
  • Admit Card Available Paper I: 26/02/2021
  • Result Available Paper I: 13/03/2021
  • Paper II, III Exam Date: March / April 2021

Application Fee for RBI Grade B

  • General / OBC: 850/-
  • SC / ST / PH: 100/-
  • Pay the Exam Fee for RBI Grade B online mode only.

Age Limit as on 01/01/2021

  • Minimum Age: 21 Years.
  • Maximum Age : 30 Years.
  • Age Relaxation Extra as per Reserve Bank of India RBI Recruitment Rules
CategoryAge Relaxation
SC/ST5 Years
OBC3 Years
PwD (General)10 Years
PWD (OBC)13 years
PwD (SC/ ST)15 years
Divorced Women & Widows10 Years
Jammu and Kashmir residents (Between January 1, 1980, to December 31, 1989)5 Years
Ex-ServicemenTo the extent of service provided by them to the Armed Forces + 3 years additional (Up to 50 Years of age)

RBI Grade B Vacancy Details

RBI Grade B Vacancy Details Total: 322 Post

Post Wise Vacancies and Education Qualifications

Post NameTotalRBI Grade B Eligibility Criteria
Officer Grade B (General)270Graduation in any discipline /Equivalent technical or professional qualification with a minimum of 60% marks (50% for SC/ST/PwBD applicants) or Post-Graduation / Equivalent technical qualification with minimum 55% marks (pass marks for SC/ST/PwBD applicants) in aggregate of all semesters / years.
Note:
Any such full-time course from a recognised University / Institute that is taken after Class XIIth and is at least of 3 years’ duration/ candidates possessing professional and technical qualifications which are recognised by the Government as equivalent to professional and technical graduation will be eligible for admission to the examination.
Officer Grade B (DEPR)29Master Degree in Economics / Econometrics / Quantitative Economics / Mathematical Economics / Integrated Economics Course/ Finance with 55% Marks.SC / ST : 50% Marks
Officer Grade B (DSIM)23Master Degree in Statistics/ Mathematical Statistics/ Mathematical Economics/ Econometrics/ Statistics & Informatics with 55% Marks.SC / ST : 50% Marks

RBI Grade B Important Links

RBI Grade B EventsImportant Links
RBI Grade B Result forDR | DEPR | DSIM
Apply Online RBI Grade BLink Activate 28/01/2021
Short NotificationDownload RBI Grade B Short PDF Notification
Official WebsiteClick Here

Steps to Check RBI Grade B Result 2021

Candidates can follow the below steps to check their RBI Grade B Result 2021:

  1. Visit the official website of the Reserve Bank of India – www.rbi.org.in.
  2. Click on the “Opportunities @ RBI” section and select the “Current Vacancies” option.
  3. Click on the “Results” tab and select the RBI Grade B Exam Result 2021.
  4. Enter your registration number/roll number and date of birth/password.
  5. Click on the “Submit” button.
  6. Your result will be displayed on the screen.
  7. Download and take a printout of the result for future reference.

Overview of RBI Grade B Exam

RBI Grade B Recruitment process is in three phases – Phase-I exam, Phase -II exam and Interview. The Phase I Exam is conducted online in the multiple-choice questions (MCQs) format. The RBI Grade B Exam is conducted in three phases – Phase I, Phase II, and Interview. Phase I is an online objective type examination with questions from General Awareness, English Language, Quantitative Aptitude, and Reasoning. Phase II is also an online examination, but it is a mix of objective and descriptive type questions. The final stage is the Interview, which is conducted for candidates who clear Phase II.

Expected Cut-Off for RBI Grade B Exam 2021

The cut-off for the RBI Grade B Exam varies every year based on various factors such as the number of applicants, the difficulty level of the exam, and the number of vacancies. However, based on the previous year’s cut-off, we can estimate the expected cut-off for the RBI Grade B Exam 2021. Candidates who have scored above the cut-off marks will be eligible for the next stage of the selection process.

RBI Grade B 2021 Exam Center (Tentative)

  • UP: Agra, Prayagraj (Allahabad), Aligarh, Bareilly, Gorakhpur, Jhansi, Kanpur, Lucknow, Meerut, Moradabad, Muzaffarnagar, Varanasi, Gorakhpur, Kanpur Lucknow.
  • Other State: Delhi, Delhi NCR, Bihar, MP, Bihar, Chhattisgarh, and Other State in Pan India

RBI Grade B Salary

  • The final RBI Grade B Salary including the incentives and allowances may go up to Rs. 75,000 

RBI Grade B Selection Process 2021

The RBI Grade B Notification 2021 will release soon the detail about the latest Exam Pattern for all the posts. As per previous years trends, candidates need to qualify these rounds for Grade B (DR) – General post:

  1. • RBI Grade B Phase I
  2. • RBI Grade B Phase II
  3. • RBI Grade B Interview

Phase I Exam Pattern 2021

The RBI Grade B Phase I is an online examination that comprises a single Paper of 200 marks. The syllabus of Phase I would include:

SectionsNo. of QuestionsDurationTotal Mark
General Awareness802 Hours200
English Language30
Quantitative Aptitude30
Reasoning Ability60

Phase II Exam Pattern 2021

Candidates who qualify for the RBI Grade Phase-I examination those candidates will be shortlisted for Phase-II. The RBI Grade B Phase I Result is tentatively announced within a week of the Phase-I examination. The RBI Grade B Phase-II examination is held in shifts and separates admit card which is issued for each shift. The RBI Grade B Syllabus of Phase II would include:

PaperTypeTime  (Minutes)Marks
Paper-I: Economic & Social IssuesObjective90100
Paper-II: English (Writing Skills)Descriptive90100
Paper-III: Finance and ManagementObjective90100

RBI Grade B Syllabus 2021

SectionsTopics that can be asked in the exam
Banking AwarenessMICR, IFSC code, Clean Notes policy, Fake notes, ATM, NEFT, RTGS,  Kisan credit card, RBI functioning, Organizational structure of RBI, RBI intervention on currencies, RBI Committees, CBS, ECS, SWIFT, BankNET, Digital Signatures, Bank Guarantee, Letter of Credit, Bancassurance, Banking Awareness for RBI
OrganizationsBanking structure of India, RBI, NABARD, Banking Ombudsman, SIDBI, EXIM Bank, Cooperative Banks, CIBIL Planning Commission, 5-year plans, Finance Commission, CRISIL, LIC, Bretton Woods, BASEL, World Bank, IBRD, IMF, SENSEX, NIFTY, Moody, S&P, Fitch
Year bookActs, committees, legislation, Bank mergers, Information Technology Act, SARFAESI Act, FEMA & FERA, Tarapore Committee, Narsimhan Committees, FRBM Act, Budget Highlights, Tax ceilings, Deductions, Foreign Direct Investment, Policy changes
Current AffairsTo prepare for current affairs, read Pratiyogita Darpan, Chronicle, & Wizard competitive magazines, The Hindu, Economic Times & Live Mint newspapers, know about International Affairs, Indian Economy, Indian Polity
Static GKGDP, GNP, Purchasing Power Parity, Human Development Index, Inflation, Statutory Liquidity Ratio (SLR), Cash Reserve Ratio, Repo rate, Reverse Repo, Bank rate, Marginal Standing Facility (MSF), Liquidity Adjustment Facility (LAF), Priority Sector Lending, Non-Performing Assets (NPA), Capital Adequacy Ratio, Derivatives, Futures, Currency of India, VAT, Goods and Services Tax (GST)
English LanguageReading Comprehension, Sentence Completion, Sentence Correction, Double Fillers, Phrase/Words Replacement, Vocabulary, Error Spotting, Passage Making, Sentence Framing, Jumble Words
Quantitative AptitudeData Interpretation, Ratio and Proportion, Average, Time and Work, Speed, Distance and Time, Mixture and Allegations, Percentage, Permutation and Combination, Probability, Time, Speed and Distance, Mensuration, Profit, Loss and Discount, Quadratic Equation, Simple Interest & Compound Interest
Reasoning AbilityLogical Reasoning, Seating arrangement, data Sufficiency, Alphanumeric Series, Puzzle, Syllogism, Coding-decoding, Inequalities, Input – Output, Blood Relation, Ranking, Direction and Sense, Series

RBI Grade B Cut off 2021

The RBI Grade B 2021 cut off is released after each phase of the examination. Candidates can evaluate themselves by matching their scores with the cut off list released by the RBI.

RBI Grade B Interview

Candidates who qualify both the phases with minimum aggregate cut off marks are shortlisted for the RBI Grade B Interview. The minimum aggregate cut off marks are decided by the RBI Recruitment Board considering the number of vacancies. The Interview round of the RBI Grade B exam is of 50 marks.

The shortlisted candidates get to know about their selection on the RBI website. The candidates’ names and Roll Numbers are published on the RBI website and interview call letters are sent on the registered email IDs of the candidates.

  1. RBI Grade B: Key points to note
  2.  Candidates need to qualify for sectional as well as overall cut-off in every phase of the RBI Grade B exam.
  3.  RBI Grade B Phase-I is just qualifying in nature.
  4. • There is a negative marking of 1/4th mark for every attempted wrong answer.
  5. • General category candidates can attempt the exam 6 times, while SC/ST/OBC/PWD categories can attempt innumerable times.
  6. • Candidates with a minimum age of 21 years can apply RBI Grade B exam.

Tips to clear RBI Grade B 2021 examination

  1. Read regularly: Candidates must read newspapers and magazines daily to be acquainted with the latest updates and Current Affairs.
  2. Take Mock Tests: Undertaking mock tests is the perfect way to sharpen your skills. Timed quizzes and mock tests help one to strengthen his or her knowledge. It is a better way to find learning.
  3. Revise, Rework, Recover: The best mantra to improvise and perform well is the 3Rs – Revise, rework, recover. The revision will let you know about your weak points and will motivate you to rework the same topic thoroughly, which will ultimately enable you to recover from the weak spot.
  4. Work on speed: Knowledge and learning go in vain if there is no speed. Attempting RBI Grade B 2021 examination would require intelligence hard work speed, accuracy, and knowledge. So, work on your speed!

RBI Grade B Exam max Attempt by Category

  • Gen Category: appears 6 times
  • SC, ST, OBC: Benchmark Disability with individuals and economically weaker section which they want to test many times. can give.

To be eligible for the Grade B Officer Exam of the Reserve Bank of India, the candidate will need any of the following degrees:

  • 1. Bachelor of Economics / Econometrics / Quantitative Economics / Mathematical Economics / Integrated Economics Courses / Finance
  • 2. PGDM / MBA Finance
  • 3. Master’s degree in Statistics or Mathematical Statistics or Mathematical Economics or Econometrics or Statistics and Information Science from IIT-Kharagpur.
  • 4. Applied Statistics and Informatics from IIT-Bombay
  • 5. Master’s Degree in Mathematics or M. state. Indian Statistical Institute or Post Graduate Diploma in Business Analytics (PGDBA) degree jointly by ISI Kolkata, IIT Kharagpur, and IIM Calcutta are eligible for this post
  • 6. Master’s Degree in Economics / Econometrics / Quantitative Economics / Mathematical Economics / Integrated Economics Courses / Finance

The RBI Grade B 2021 Officer Written Examination will be conducted in two phases. In Phase 1 of MCQ type exam, candidates will be asked questions from four modules including General Awareness, English Language, Quantitative Aptitude and Reasoning. For Phase 2 of the exam, there will be three papers. Paper 1 is going to be about English writing skills, Paper 2 will be MCQ based on economic and social issues and the last paper 3 will be MCQ on optional subjects.

FAQ

Q: When is the RBI Grade B Result 2021 expected to be declared?

A: The exact date for the declaration of the RBI Grade B Result 2021 is 13/03/2021.

Q: How can I check my RBI Grade B Result 2021?

A: You can check your RBI Grade B Result 2021 by visiting the official RBI website and following the steps mentioned in our article. You will need to enter your roll number/registration number and password/date of birth to access your result.

Q: What is the selection process for RBI Grade B Exam?

A: The selection process for RBI Grade B Exam comprises three phases: Phase 1, Phase 2, and Interview. Candidates who clear Phase 1 are eligible to appear for Phase 2. Those who clear Phase 2 are called for Interview. The final selection is based on the candidate’s performance in all three phases.

Q: What is the minimum qualifying marks for RBI Grade B Exam?

A: The minimum qualifying marks for RBI Grade B Exam vary for each phase. Candidates need to clear the cutoff marks for each phase to be eligible for the next phase. The final cutoff is based on the candidate’s overall performance in all three phases.

Q: Can I challenge my RBI Grade B Result 2021 if I am not satisfied with it?

A: No, there is no provision for challenging the RBI Grade B Result 2021. The result declared by the RBI is final and binding.

Q: What should I do after checking my RBI Grade B Result 2021?

A: If you have cleared all three phases of the RBI Grade B Exam, you will be eligible for the post of Grade B Officer in the RBI. You will need to complete the necessary formalities as instructed by the RBI, such as document verification and medical examination.

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