Friends..as you are aware RBI is going to conduct the exam for Recruitment of Officers in Grade ‘B’ - (General) Phase I on 03 August 2014. Here is the pattern of exam.
This Recruitment Examination will be held in two Phases [Phase-I ON-LINE Examination (Objective Type) and Phase-II Written Examination (Descriptive Type)].
PHASE I (Will be conducted Online - Objective Type)
Questions will be asked from
General Awareness (80 questions & 80 marks)
English Language ( 30 questions and 30 marks)
Quantitative Aptitude ( 30 questions and 30 marks)
Reasoning ( 60 questions and 60 marks)
Composite time of 130 minutes for all tests together will be given.
The Objective type Exam for Phase- I ON-LINE will be held on August 3, 2014 as indicated in the Admission Letter. Candidates have to secure minimum marks separately for each test as well as aggregate, as prescribed by the Board. Candidates, who secure minimum marks separately for each Test, as prescribed, will be shortlisted for Phase-II of the Examination (which will be tentatively conducted in September 2014) based on the aggregate marks obtained in the Objective Test. The minimum aggregate cut off marks for being shortlisted for Phase-II of the Examination will be decided by the Board in relation to the number of vacancies. Roll No. of the candidates shortlisted in Phase-I of the On Line Examination will be published on RBI website and a brief notice thereof in leading newspapers in August 2014.
Phase - I: OBJECTIVE TYPE TEST (ONLINE EXAMINATION)
The time for the test is 130 minutes; however you may have to be at the venue for approximately 180 minutes including the time required for logging in, collection of the Admission Letters, giving of instructions etc. The tests will be provided in English and Hindi. You can attempt any question from 1 to 200 at any point of time within these 130 minutes. All the questions will have multiple choices. Out of the five answers to a question only one will be the correct answer. You have to select the most appropriate answer and ‘mouse click’ that alternative which you feel is appropriate/ correct. The alternative/ option that you have clicked on will be highlighted and will be treated as your answer to that question. There will be penalty for wrong answers marked by you. For every wrong answer marked by you, 1/4th of the marks assigned to that question will be deducted as penalty.
For more details see Information Handout issued by RBI: Click Here