Tuesday, July 17, 2018

Complete RBI Grade B Exam Pattern 2018


The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has recently released a notification for the recruitment of Officers in Grade 'B' (General) Direct Recruitment - (DR). There are 166 vacancies to be filled. The RBI Exam date for Grade 'B' Prelims will be conducted on 16th August 2018. The RBI recruitment process will take place in 3 stages that is; Prelims, Mains & Interview. Read this post to get a comprehensive idea about the exam and the latest RBI Grade B exam pattern.
But first, let us take a look at the Important Dates for the RBI Grade B exam!

RBI Grade 'B' Exam Dates for 2018 
Exam Events
Important Dates
Online Application Start Date
3rd July 2018
Online Application End Date
23rd July 2018
Prelims Exam Date
16th August 2018
Mains Exam Date (General)
7th September 2018
Mains Exam Date (DEPR & DSIM)
6th/7th September 2018
RBI Grade B Exam Pattern
  • The RBI Grade B Exam Pattern consists of the 3 Phases - Prelims, Mains and Interview.
  • You will have to clear each stage to be eligible for another.
  • Read below for Complete details about each stage.




Various Parts of the RBI Grade B Exam
Exam Pattern for RBI Grade B Prelim - Phase I:
Read the table carefully to know about the Subjects, Marks Allotment and Duration for Phase I (Prelims Examination):
RBI Grade B Exam Pattern - Phase I
Subjects
No. of Qs
Max. Marks
Duration
General Awareness
80
80
2 hours
English Language
30
30
Quantitative Aptitude
30
30
Reasoning
60
60
Total
200
200

  • The RBI Grade B Prelims Exam consists of 4 modules (subjects) as mentioned above.
  • The exam will be Online MCQ (Objective Type) Exam.
  • You will have to clear this Phase to be eligible for next.
  • This exam carries 200 marks.

Exam Pattern for RBI Grade B Mains - Phase II:
Read the given table carefully to find details about Subjects, type of Papers, Duration, Marks, etc about Phase II of RBI Grade B Exam:
RBI Grade B Exam Pattern – Phase II
Name of Paper
Type of Paper
Time (Minutes)
Marks
Paper-I: Economic & Social Issues
Objective Type
90
100
Paper II: English (Writing Skills)
Descriptive (typing)
90
100
Paper-III: (Finance & Management)
Objective type
90
100
  • You will appear for Phase II of RBI Grade B exam only after you clear the Phase I or the Prelims exams.
  • The Phase II or Mains exam will be carried out in either 1 or 2 days.

  • *The Optional Subjects for RBI Grade B Exam will be as follows:
    1. Finance & Management
    2. Economics
    3. Statistics
  • You will have to select any 1 subject out of the 3, as per post preference and eligibility.
  • This exam will also be taken Online.
Exam Pattern for RBI Grade B Interview - Phase III:
  • After you clear the Phase II of the RBI Grade B Exam, you will then be called for an Interview.
  • The Interview will carry 50 marks.
  • The details regarding your Interview, i.e. Date, Time & Location will be provided to you in your Call-letter.




Wednesday, June 6, 2018

Staff Selection Commission - Know Exam Conducted by SSC in 2018

Hola! Dear readers! You may be a student - who just appeared for board exams, or may be a working professional - who is sick and tired of your daily routine job, or may be a housewife who is willing to start a career, or an aspirant who always trumpets about the Government job, or any other aspirant who is willing to join a Government organization.

There's a slight possibility that you may be one of the above-mentioned avatars (or simply any other aspirant), who is willing to accelerate his/her own ambitions to work for our very-own Indian Government body.

In this era of Internet, there are ample of edu-tech companies who have swooped in the education sectors to help aspirants to easily crack the competitive exams for Government job vacancies.
Some of you may have heard of SSC CGL, SSC CHSL or simply SSC. Some of you may only know that SSC stands only for "Secondary School Certificate" and not anything beyond that. No hard feelings for them!

True that SSC is a Secondary School Certificate board examination. But there's more to this abbreviation, which I would elaborate more on.
What is SSC?

SSC is an abbreviation for "Staff Selection Commision". Earlier in 1975, Indian Government formed a commision named "Subordinate Service Commision" which is now called as "Staff Selection Commision", which came in to effect from 1st June, 1999.

Long story short. SSC is an Indian Government body which conducts entrance exams annually and recruit the shortlisted candidates for various posts in various Ministries and Departments.
Where are the headquarters located?

Some of you may have already guessed it right! Yes, the SSC headquarters are located at our capital - New Delhi.

SSC has six Regional offices geographically spanning multiple provinces. Also, it as two Sub-Regional offices which are listed below.

Regional offices -
1. Allahabad- Central Region
2. Mumbai- Western Region
3. Kolkata- Eastern Region
4. Guwahati- North East Region
5. Chennai- Southern Region
6. Bangalore- Karnataka Kerala Region

Sub-Regional offices -
1. Raipur- MP Region
2. Chandigarh- North West Region
What are the types of exams conducted by SSC?

As mentioned earlier, SSC is an independent body which conducts competitive exams for various posts. Listed are some of them:

1. SSC CGL Exam- Staff Selection Commision - Combined Graduate Level Exam

Conducted for recruitment of the below posts:
Assistant Audit Officer
Inspector Examiner (CBEC)
Preventive Officer Inspector (CBEC)
Assistant (MEA)
Central Excise Inspector (CBEC)
Income Tax Inspector (CBDT)
Assistant Enforcement Officer (AEO)
Assistant (Central Vigilance Commission)
Assistant (Ministry of Railway)
Assistant (Intelligence Bureau)
Sub Inspectors (CBI)
Inspector (Narcotics)
Sub Inspectors (NIA)
Inspector (Dept. of Post)
Senior Secretariat Assistant
Compiler (Registrar General of India)

2. SSC CHSL Exam - Staff Selection Commision - Combined Higher Secondary Level Exam

This exam is conducted for the below posts:
Postal Assistants (PAs)
Sorting Assistants (SAs)
Lower Divisional Clerk (LDC)
Data Entry Operator (DEO)

3. SSC JE Exam - Staff Selection Commision - Junior Engineer Exam

This exam is conducted to recruit engineers in three streams - Civil, Mechanical and Electrical.
Junior Engineer (Civil)
Junior Engineer (Mechanical)
Junior Engineer (Electrical)
Junior Engineer(Electrical and Mechanical)
Junior Engineer (Quantity Surveying & Contract)

4. Hindi Translator

This exam is conducted for the below posts:
Junior Hindi Translators (JHT) (Group 'B' Non-Technical) in various Central Government Ministries/ Departments / Offices
Junior Translator (Group 'B' Non-Gazetted) in Ministry of Defence
Senior Hindi Translator (Group 'B' Non-Gazetted) in Ministry of Defence
Hindi Pradhyapak (Group 'B' Non-Gazetted) in Central Hindi Training Institute (D/o Official Language) located all over India

5. SSC GD Constable Exam

Conducted for recruitment of the below posts:
BSF - Border Security force
CISF - Central Industrial Security Force
CRPF - Central Reserve Police Force
SSB - Service Selection Board
ITBP - Indo-Tibetan Border Police
NIA - National Investigation Agency

6. SSC Multitasking (MTS)

7. SSC IMD - Staff Selection Commision - Scientific Assistant (IMD - Indian Meteorological Department) Exam

8. Selection Post Exam

Every year SSC CGL releases regional vacancies for Group B and Group C Selection Posts.
Recruitment is being conducted for the below regions:
SSC Eastern Region
SSC Western Region
SSC Northern Region
SSC North Western Region
SSC Southern Region
SSC Madhya Pradesh Region
SSC Central Region.

9. SSC CPO - Staff Selection Commision - Central Police Organization

SSC conducts recruitment for the below posts:
SI (Sub Inspector) in Delhi Police
SI (Sub Inspector) in CAPFs (Central Armed Police Forces)
ASI (Assistant Sub Inspector) in CISF (Central Industrial Security Force)

10. Stenographer

SSC conducts this exam for Group ‘C’ and Group ‘D’ stenographers.
Now that you're aware about the various SSC exams, all you need is select the desired stream of your choice and boost up your preparation.

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Monday, April 3, 2017

Summer Slippers to Look Chilled Out and Stylish

For sweaty summer days, a chilled out footwear is the obvious preference for men. Nothing is better than a pair of slippers in that case. Men love to wear them while they are off duty and the good part is that they are not only comfy but they are also quite stylish. There is a range of fashionable pairs that are available this season.

If you want to catch the coolest and the most fashionable pair of slippers, you should totally log and explore from a wide range available on online shopping hubs. The collection is full of the summery prints, patterns, shades and styles. Here are some suggestions that you can consider before buying your pair:
  • ·         There is a range of vibrant coloured slippers online that match with your light hued shirts and cargo look. They will add an instant pop to the whole attire. You will find bright shades like yellow, cyan blue, bottle green, piping red and more.
  • ·         There is also a collection of the classiest printed slippers for men who want to add a touch of peppiness for their summer looks. They are best to be worn with your pool party or beach ensembles.
  • ·         To go with almost all your chilled out looks, buy slippers online in basic and versatile colours.


There is also a range of other fashionable shoes for men to shop from. There is a variety of classy casual shoes in a range of eccentric shades and styles of the season. Along with that, there is also a wide collection of the classiest loafers online for men to wear for a casual day or for a semi-formal event. Along with that, you can buy a range of summery sandals in a variety of the most fashionable colours of the season. There is a variety of the classiest formal shoes online as well. If you want to save on the best footwear of the season, there are some super amazing offers that you can avail.