RBI GRADE B SYLLABUS

Important Books for RBI Grade-B DEPR

  • Mathematical Economics: A C Chiang
  • Econometrics: Damodar Gujrati
  • Macroeconomics: Richard Froyen, H L Ahuja
  • Growth & Development: A P Thirwal, Michael Todaro
  • International Economics: Dominick Salvatore
  • Microeconomics: Hal Varian
  • Statistics : SC Gupta

RBI GRADE B SYLLABUS 2022:

The applicants must be clear about the syllabus of the RBI Grade-B examination so that they can prepare well for the RBI Grade B Phase-I Exam.

RBI Grade B Phase-I Syllabus:

Subjects

Topics

English

Grammar

Vocabulary

Error Spotting

Comprehension

Passage Making

Jumble words

Fill in the blanks

Sentence Framing

Quantitative Aptitude

Mensuration

Time and Work

Average, Ratio, Percentages

Speed, Distance and Time

Mixture and Allegations

Permutation and Combination

Data Interpretation

Probability

Reasoning

Puzzles

Seating Arrangement

Directions and Distance

Data Sufficiency

Blood Relations

Syllogism

Coding-Decoding

Inequality

General Awareness

Banking & Financial Awareness

Monetary Policies

Economic Terms

Current Affairs

Financial & Economics News

Static GK

Government Schemes, Agreement & Deals

Banking terms, rates, processes

RBI Grade B Phase-II Exam Syllabus:

 

Paper-I: Economic and Social Issues

Growth and Development

Measurement of growth: National Income and per capita income

Sustainable Development and Environmental issues

Poverty Alleviation and Employment Generation in India

Economic Reforms in India

Industrial and Labour Policy

Monetary and Fiscal Policy

IMF and World Bank

WTO

Regional Economic Cooperation

Social Structure in India

Multiculturalism

Demographic Trends

Urbanization and Migration

Gender Issues

Privatization

Role of Economic Planning

Globalization

Balance of Payments

Export-Import Policy

Opening up of the Indian Economy

International Economic Institutions

Social Justice:

Positive Discrimination in favor of the underprivileged

Social Sectors in India

Social Movements

Indian Political System

Human Development

Health, and Education.

Paper-II: English (Writing Skills)

This paper assesses the writing skill that includes the capability of expressing and understanding the topic

Paper-III: Finance and Management

Finance:

Financial System

Regulators of Banks and Financial Institutions

Banking System in India

Financial Institutions – SIDBI, EXIM, NABARD, NHB, etc.,

Financial Markets Primary and Secondary Markets

Risk Management in Banking Sector

Reserve Bank of India- functions, and conduct monetary policy

Basics of Derivatives:

Forward, Futures, and Swap

Changing Landscape of Banking sector

Recent Developments in the Financial Sector

Portfolio Investment

Public Sector Reforms

Role of e-governance in addressing the issues of corruption and inefficiency in the government sector

The Union Budget

Direct and Indirect taxes

Non-tax sources of Revenue

GST

Thirteenth Finance Commission and GST

Finance Commission

Fiscal Policy

Fiscal Responsibility and Budget Management Act (FRBM)

Disinvestments

Financial Inclusion- use of technology

Alternate source of finance

Private and social cost-benefit

Public-Private Partnership Corporate Governance in Banking Sector

Inflation:

Definition

Trends, estimates, consequences, and remedies (control): WPI, CPI – components, and trends.

Management: its nature and scope:

The Management Processes; Planning, Organization, Staffing, Directing, and Controlling

The Role of a Manager in an Organization Leadership: The Tasks of a Leader; Leadership Styles

Goals of HRD

Performance Appraisal, Potential appraisal, Leadership Theories

A successful Leader versus an effective Leader

Human Resource Development

Concept of HRD and development

Feedback and Performance Counselling

Career Planning

Training and Development

Rewards

Employee Welfare.

Motivation, Morale, and Incentives:

Theories of Motivation

How Managers Motivate

Concept of Morale

Factors determining morale

Role of Incentives in Building up Morale.

Communication:

Steps in the Communication Process

Communication Channels

Oral versus Written Communication

Barriers to Communication

Role of Information Technology

Verbal versus non-verbal Communication

upward, downward and lateral communication.

Corporate Governance:

Mechanisms of Corporate Governance

Factors affecting Corporate Governance.