RBI Assistant Exam Pattern, Syllabus 2022

The RBI Assistant exam is a nationwide recruitment test. Every year, the RBI offers an online test. Candidates who want to work as an assistant in the RBI must pass the exam. For selection, candidates must pass both the preliminary and main exams, as well as a language competence test.

RBI Assistant Overview

  • Exam Name - RBI Assistant 

  • Conducting Body - Reserve Bank of India

  • Mode of Exam - Online

  • Exam Fees - Gen/ OBC - Rs. 450, SC/ST/PWD/EWS - Rs. 50

  • Exam Stages - Prelims, Mains & Language Proficiency Test (LPT)

  • No. of Papers - Prelims, Mains

  • Total Questions - Prelims : 100, Mains: 200

  • Type of questions - Objective type multiple choice questions (MCQs)

  • Negative Marking - 0.25 marks deducted for every wrong answer

  • Language of Exam - English and Hindi

  • Eligibility - Graduation

  • Salary - ₹14,650 - ₹34,990

RBI Assistant Exam Pattern 2022

RBI Assistant Preliminary Exam (Stage I)

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RBI Assistant Mains Exam Pattern

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RBI Assistant Syllabus 2022

Candidates interested in becoming RBI assistants should be aware with the RBI assistant syllabus. RBI Assistant is a dream career for many people; nevertheless, in order to be hired as an RBI Assistant, candidates must be familiar with the exam's syllabus. Three phases of the selection process must be completed by the candidate. The preliminary examination, the main examination, and the Language Proficiency Test are all required (LPT). The authorities will hire the candidates who have passed all of the phases. Candidates should also be aware of the examination's marking methodology. This article will provide you with the syllabus for the mains and preliminary examinations, as well as information on the examination marking scheme, the language competency test, and much more.

RBI Assistant Syllabus for Preliminary Exam

Reasoning

  • Analogies

  • Similarities and Differences

  • Relationship concepts

  • Arithmetical Reasoning

  • figure classification

  • Number Series

  • Non-verbal series

  • Coding and Decoding

  • Statement conclusion

  • Syllogistic reasoning

  • Problem Solving

  • Embedded Figures

  • Venn Diagrams

  • Figural pattern-Folding and Completion

  • Date and city matching

  • Small and Capital letters

  • Decoding and Classification

  • Seating Arrangement

  • Circular Arrangement

Numerical Ability

  • Number System

  • Fractions and Decimals

  • Percentage

  • Ratio & Proportion

  • Profit and Loss

  • Discount

  • Interest

  • Square roots

  • Averages

  • Mixture and Alligation

  • Time and distance

  • Time & Work

  • Algebra

  • Linear Equations

  • Bar Graph

  • Pie chart

  • Caselet

  • Trigonometry

  • Geometry

  • Mensuration

  • Polygons

  • Prism

  • Circular Cone, Circular Cylinder

English Language

  • Synonyms, Antonyms

  • Fillers

  • One Word Substitution

  • Sentence Rearrangement & Completion

  • Spotting Error

  • Idioms & Phrases

  • Spell Check

  • Reading comprehension

  • Grammar-based questions

RBI Assistant Syllabus for Mains Exam

Quantitative Aptitude 

  • Simple & Compound interest

  • Time & Distance

  • Time & Work

  • LCM, HCF

  • Train and boat

  • Average

  • Allegations, Comparison

  • Probability

  • Permutation & Combination

  • Pipes & cisterns

  • Profit and Loss

  • Quadratic Equation

  • Data Interpretation

  • Algebra

  • Mensuration 2D

  • Number Series

  • Trigonometry

  • Geometry

  • Speed, Distance and Time

Reasoning 

  • Number Series

  • Analogy

  • Blood Relations

  • Odd one out

  • Number Series

  • Coding-decoding

  • Directions based concept

  • Seating arrangement

  • Symbols

  • Statement

  • Puzzles

  • Word Formation

  • Verbal Reasoning

  • Syllogism

  • Venn Diagram

General Awareness

  • Human Right issues

  • Book and Authors

  • History, Geography of India

  • Indian Economy

  • Current Affairs 

  • State, countries, institutions

  • Politics in India

  • Socio-economic policy development

  • Science

  • Static General Knowledge

  • Sports

  • Important Schemes 

  • Banking Awareness

English Language

  • Word Meanings

  • Sentence Correction

  • Reading Comprehension

  • Synonyms and Antonyms

  • Cloze Test

  • Sentence Rearrangement

  • Tenses

  • Direct and Indirect Speech

  • Fill in the Blanks

  • One word Substitutions

  • Error Detection

  • Spelling Error

Computer Knowledge

  • MS Office

  • Internet 

  • Web System

  • Networking

  • Database Management

  • Security and Operating Management

RBI Assistant LPT

Candidates provisionally shortlisted for the main exam have to undergo the LPT. The test is conducted in the official or local language of the state. Candidates who do not speak the local language fluently will be disqualified. The local languages for each location are listed below.

 

  • New Delhi - Hindi

  • Patna - Hindi / Maithili

  • Thiruvananthapuram - Malayalam

  • Ahmedabad - Gujarati

  • Bengaluru - Kannada

  • Bhopal - Hindi

  • Bhubaneswar - Oriya

  • Chandigarh - Punjabi / Hindi

  • Chennai - Tamil

  • Guwahati - Assamese / Bengali / Khasi / Manipuri / Bodo / Mizo

  • Hyderabad - Telugu

  • Jaipur - Hindi

  • Jammu - Urdu / Hindi / Kashmiri

  • Kanpur & Lucknow - Hindi

  • Kolkata - Bengali / Nepali

  • Mumbai - Marathi / Konkani

  • Nagpur - Marathi / Hindi