What To Study for RBI Grade B Phase I General Awareness 2017


Hello and welcome to exampunditThis weekend the Reserve Bank of India will kick off its elite recruitment process with RBI Grade B Phase I exam. Most of the aspirants are aware of what to study in Quantitative Aptitude, Reasoning & English but when it comes to General Awareness, it is always a reason to worry. So, we have decided to provide an article on What To Study for RBI Grade B Phase I General Awareness 2017?

1. Current Affairs: In the last major exam i.e. SBI PO Mains, we have seen a surge in the Current Affairs related questions. Its quite obvious for major examinations to have Current Affairs related questions in the general awareness section. Similarly, for RBI Grade B Phase I 2017, you need to prepare Current Affairs as much as banking awareness.

Important Current Affairs Topics:
a) MoU related to India and other countries (Russia, Spain, Germany etc.) between February to May, 2017.
b) Banking Products launched between February and May, 2017.
c) Various Tie Ups between Banks & other organisations from February to May 2017
d) RBI related news between February to May, 2017
e) Defence & Sports & State news from March to May, 2017
f) Appointments between March to May, 2017
g) Days between February to June, 2017

There are many expert opinions on studying current affairs for last 6 months and more. But to be very honest and from our success rate in predicting general awareness, you need max 4 months of Current Affairs for general awareness.

For RBI, one must study current affairs from February(Only financial) to May, 2017(All CA from march to may).



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2. Banking Awareness:  The examination is of Bankers' bank. RBI is all about Banking. One must know that Banking Awareness is the most important section in General Awareness for RBI Grade B Phase I.

You have to study each and every important topics from Basics to Advance Banking Awareness.

The important topics can be:
a) Banking Terms
b) Terms related to Loans, Shares
c) Sections under Negotiable Instruments Act
d) Acts related to RBI & Establishment of various banking services (Banks, payment banks etc.)
e) Banking HQs, Taglines & head persons
f) International Financial Organisations & their HQs
g) Various products of NPCI (BHIM, UPI etc)
h) RTGS, NEFT, CTS
i) NBFC, Payments Banks and other types of financial institutes
j) Types of Banks in India, their products
k) Committees & Task Forces related to Banking
l) Functions of various Financial Regulators in India
m) Stake held by Govt/RBI/NABARD/Etc. orgs in various Organisations

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3. Static GK or Stock GK: Expect least amount of static gk questions in RBI Grade B. However, as the greats would have said, prevention is better than cure. So one must at least have glance on the major topics in Static GK.

The ratio of Questions in RBI Grade B Phase General Awareness is expected to be:

40% Current Affairs + 50% Banking Awareness + 10% either stock GK or CA

All the very best.


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