The Reserve Bank of India conducts examinations for recruitment to various posts in the RBI. The RBI was established in 1935 and nationalised in 1949. It is the apex bank in the country responsible for maintaining the Consolidated Fund of India and formulating banking policies. Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has released the detailed RBI Grade B 2023 notification pdf on 09th May 2023 for the post of Grade B Officer Exam to recruit eligible candidates at the official website.

Successful candidates are inducted into the bank as officers in the following departments:

Candidates must start their preparation accordingly to ace the Officer cadre examination.
RBI Grade B Notification And RBI Exam Date
The RBI 2023 has released the online Registration dates, Exam Date and other important dates along with the official RBI Grade B notification 2023 on 26th April 2023. The following are the important exam dates for the Grade B Officer exam:
1. RBI Grade B Notification 202326th April 2023
2. Online Application Process – 9th May 2023 to 9th June 2023
3.RBI Grade B (DR) 2023 Phase 1 – 09th July 2023
4.Officers in Grade B (DR)- Phase-2 –       Paper 1, 2 & 3 30th July 2023
5.Officers in Grade B (DR) – DEPR/DSIM – Phase 1 – Paper – 1 16th July 2023
6.Officers in Gr B (DR)- DEPR/DSIM – Phase-2 – Paper 1, 2 & 3 2nd September and 19th August 2023 respectively
7. RBI Grade B 2023 admit card download Last week of June 2023
8. RBI Grade B 2023 Phase 2 July 2023
Interview To Be Notified
RBI Grade B Syllabus
The syllabus of the RBI exam is roughly equivalent to the level of a graduate in Economics. The exam covers the following major topics:
1. English Writing Skills
2. Economic and Social Issues
3. Finance
4. Management
5. General Awareness
6. Current Affairs
7. Micro and Macro Economics
8. Indian Economy and Related Topics
A candidate must have complete knowledge of the RBI Grade B syllabus to prepare and perform well in the examination.
RBI Grade C Exam
The RBI Grade C exam is conducted periodically to recruit specialists for running day to day operations at the bank. The eligibility criteria, syllabus and educational qualifications vary based on the specialisation required by the bank. There is no fixed time of the year when the RBI Grade C notification is released. The exam pattern is based on the shortlisting of applications based on the following criteria:
Experience in the area of specialisation applied for
Education Achievement
Record of Service
Special Achievement and Awards if any
The shortlisted candidates are called for an interview. Based on the scores secured in the interview, candidates are awarded contracts by the RBI to work for them.
RBI Assistant Exam
The RBI Assistant exam is conducted to recruit candidates into the clerical and assistant cadre handling day to day operations of the bank. The RBI Assistant 2020 recruitment is complete and the 2021-22 notification is yet to be released, and candidates willing to appear for the RBI exams can fill in the application form. The following are a few details about the exam:
RBI Assistant Eligibility
RBI Assistant eligibility is a set of requirements that are stated by the conducting body for a candidate to apply for the exam. The RBI asks candidates to fulfil the following criteria for applying for RBI Assistant post
1. Age Limits: Between 21 to 28
2. Educational Qualifications: Candidates have to attain at least an undergraduate degree to be able to appear for the exam.
3.Nationality: Only Indian Nationals and subjects of Nepal and Bhutan are eligible to appear in the RBI exam. Refugees and migrants from a few countries are also allowed if they can produce a certificate of eligibility from the Government of India.
RBI Assistant admit card is issued only for those candidates who satisfy the above eligibility criteria.
To know more about bank exams, check out:
Bank Exam Preparation
RBI Admit Card
RBI Grade B Exam Dates
RBI Grade B Result
RBI Assistant Result
RBI Grade B Salary
RBI Assistant Salary
RBI Grade B Admit Card
Bank Exam Syllabus
RBI Assistant Exam Pattern And Syllabus
The RBI Assistant Exam consists of two stages, the Phase I and Phase II exams. The following is the basic pattern and syllabus of the exams:

RBI Assistant Phase I:  Paper Syllabus
RBI Assistant Preliminary Exam English Language
Numerical Ability
Reasoning Ability

RBI Assistant Phase II:  Paper Syllabus
RBI Assistant Main Exam English Language
Quantitative Aptitude
Reasoning Ability
Computer Knowledge
General Awareness
To know the detailed RBI Assistant syllabus and exam pattern, candidates can refer to the linked article and prepare themselves accordingly.
It is suggested that candidates must refer to the links given below while preparing for the various RBI exams:
RBI Grade B Mock Test
RBI Assistant Mock Test
RBI Assistant Question Paper
Current Affairs
RBI Grade B Question Paper
Static GK