RBI Department of Statistics and Information Management (DSIM) Scheme of Selection and Syllabus | RBI Grade B Recruitment Selection Scheme and Syllabus

Scheme of Selection

Selection will be through Written Examinations (WE) and Interview. ‘WE’ will be held on May 8 (Saturday) and May 9 (Sunday), 2010 and will consist of the following papers.:

Duration Maximum Marks
Paper – I Objective Type on Statistics 3 hours 100
Paper – II Descriptive Type on Statistics 3 hours 100
Paper – III Descriptive Type on English 3 hours 100
Total 300


Standard of papers would be that of Master’s Degree examination of any Central University in India.

Paper I : Questions would cover probability and statistical methods including probability distribution, analysis of variance, design of experiments, estimation and testing of hypotheses.

Paper II : Questions would cover numerical analysis and computer programming logic; economic statistics and econometrics; sample surveys; stochastic processes; multi variate analysis and non-parametric analysis. There would be sufficient choice for candidates to attempt required number of questions from two or more of these five groups.

Paper III – English: Essay, Précis writing, Comprehension, Business/Office Correspondence.

F. Examination and Interview : (i) Paper II and III of only such candidates, who score sufficiently high marks as decided by the Board in order of merit in Paper I, would be assessed. (ii) Question papers for ‘WE’ will be set in Hindi and English except Paper III on English. Answers may be written either in Hindi or English except for Paper III on English. Candidates may answer the interview in Hindi or English at their option. (iii) The number of candidates to be called for interview will be decided by the Board. (iv) Final selection will be on the basis of performance in the ‘WE’ (Paper I, II and Paper III) and interview taken together.

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