I’d like to begin this answer by saying there is no strategy as such other than doing one right thing after other. Things never go as planned and mid-way course correction is much more important than following a strategy to the T.
I must also admit at the outset that when I was preparing I did not have a strategy in mind. When the notification was released in May, I was working with SBI as Probationary Officer and expecting RBI Prelims to be held in September. Just last year, RBI had shifted its exam schedule from November to September and I didn’t think that RBI would shift it again, much less thinking that it would be in June. Continue reading “RBI Grade B Exam 2017 AIR 1-Prince Bansal- Strategy”
The pattern is as follows:
Reasoning- 60 marks
English- 30 marks
Quants- 30 marks
General Awareness- 80 marks
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Corporate Governance may be defined “as a set of systems, processes and principles which ensure that a company is governed in the best interest of all stakeholders”. It is the system by which companies are directed and controlled. It is about promoting corporate fairness, transparency and accountability. The system of rules, practices and processes by which a company is directed and controlled. Corporate governance essentially involves balancing the interests of the many stakeholders in a company – these include its shareholders, management,customers, suppliers, financiers, government and the community. Continue reading “Corporate Governance”
Phase 2 for this year is over. Now there are some aspirants who will get through this year and some old and many new aspirants will start preparing for next year.
RBI has already recommended a series of books for this examination but many aspirants who are from non-commerce non-eco background find it difficult to understand such high-level books.
As per the latest exam held, I am sharing which book you must follow for this exam. Continue reading “RBI GRADE B Phase 2 Booklist”
The central banks action comes after a series of directions from it to banks to try the big defaulters under the bankruptcy laws enacted in 2016.
Source: RBI withdraws CDR, SDR, S4A, JLF schemes to restructure defaulted loans