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RBI Recruitment Exams Sample Papers for RO-DISM (Previous Year - 2012: ENGLISH )


R.B.I.S.B. (Officer in Grade-'B' - DISM) PY - 2012

PAPER III - ( ENGLISH )


1. Write an argumentative essay of about 500 words on any one of the following :—

(a) The disconnect between Indian higher education and social requirements.
(b) Have Malls changed urban lifestyle in India ?
(c) Corruption is a blight on democratic society.
(d) The Indian woman is extremely vulnerable today.
(e) Is the concept of India as an economic superpower in 2020 a mirage ?

2. (a) Make a précis of the following passage in your own words reducing it to about 200 words, and give it a suitable title. Use the special sheet provided for this purpose :—

The global economic slump has crimped India’s growth, but the larger constraints are within the country. It is essential that an environment be created that is conducive to investments, and for that, it is necessary to urgently remove impediments to the implementation of projects and policies in the country.

The imperatives that can propel growth are : develop infrastructure at a brisk pace, attract more FDI, develop manufacturing capacities, increase employment rapidly and improve the delivery of social sector schemes. This can only happen with enhanced investment in infrastructure and manufacturing.

Investors appear to have money for investment. Even Indian corporations have money though they appear more willing to invest abroad rather than at home. Public sector companies too have money stashed around. Investments in the new project in the country have dwindled not because there is no money to invest, but because it is difficult to get things done at the ground level.

There are numerous reasons why India’s manufacturing sector has not grown as fast as it could. These include the poor state of power and transport. infrastructures, the red-tape led business regulatory environment, inadequate flow and high cost of credit for the SME sector and the hurdles to overcome in the procurement of land

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RBI Recruitment Exams Sample Papers for RO-DISM (Previous Year - 2016: ENGLISH)


R.B.I.S.B. (Officer in Grade-'B' - DISM) PY - 2016

PAPER III - ( ENGLISH )


1. Write an argumentative essay of about 500 words on any one of the following :––

(a) Judgment delayed inordinately is judgment denied permanently.
(b) Can an involvement by the corporate sector in higher education realign it to the needs of our society ?
(c) Despite laudable individual efforts, Child labour in India, remains a national disgrace.
(d) Has the service sector contributed to the process of economic development in India ?
(e) Monetary policy is not a panacea for long term economic challenges.

2. (a) Make a Precis of the following passage in your own words reducing it to about 200 words, and give it a suitable title. Use the special sheet provided for this purpose :––

Drawing comparisons with the fall of the Berlin Wall ushering in the symbolic end of Socialism, economists read recent events as perhaps signals that ill usher in the end of the high tide of globalization.

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RBI Recruitment Exams Sample Papers for Legal Officer (Previous Year - 2009: General Knowledge of Law Paper-I)


R.B.I.S.B. (Legal Officer) PY - 2009

PAPER I - General Knowledge of Law


1. Which is the amendment which altered the property right as legal right ?

(a) 42nd Amendment
(b) 43rd Amendment
(c) 44th Amendment
(d) None of these.

2. In which case, it was held by the Supreme Court that “ Preamble is the basic feature of the Constitution ” ?

(a) In Re Golaknath
(b) In Re Maneka Gandhi
(c) In Re Swarn Singh
(d) In Re Keshavanand Bharti.

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RBI Recruitment Exams Sample Papers for Legal Officer (Previous Year - 2016: English Paper-II)


R.B.I.S.B. (Legal Officer) PY - 2016

PAPER II - English


1. Write an argumentative essay of about 500 words on any one of the following topics :

(a) Ban on all tobacco products should be total.
(b) Euthanasia should never be permitted in our country.
(c) Tourism affects environment adversely.
(d) Increase in FDI in Service Sector is not good for our economy.
(e) Media is overstepping its limits.

2. (a) Make a precis of the following passage in 200 words, and give it a suitable title. Write the precis and the title on the sheet provided for this purpose :

The longest running saga in the Indian tax history may well be at an end. After years of re-negotiations, the over three-decade-old tax treaty between India and Mauritius has finally been amended to remove the capital gains exemption, albeit in a phased manner. Ordinarily, one would have expected investors to cry foul, the markets to react violently (like it did in early years of the last decade when the availability of treaty was called into question) and the overall reaction to be very negative.

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RBI Recruitment Exams Sample Papers for Legal Officer (Previous Year - 2012: English Paper-II)


R.B.I.S.B. (Legal Officer) PY - 2012

PAPER II - English


1. Write an argumentative essay of about 500 words on any one of the following topics :—

(a) Should we tax the super-rich at a higher rate of income-tax ?
(b) Can Information Technology make banking sector safer and more effective ?
(c) How safe are women in our cities ?
(d) Foreign Direct Investment and its impact on Indian consumers.
(e) Wastage of food–a disturbing trend in India.

2. (a) Make a precis of the following passage reducing it to about 200 words, and give it a suitable title. Write the precis on a sheet provided for this purpose :—

Public interest law movement which came to be known as public interest litigation (PIL) in India and England is perhaps the most striking innovation in Indian judiciary. It emerged as a part of the
legal aid movement directed towards the protection of the rights of minorities, women, children, the downtrodden and weaker sections of the society. The legal system had failed to protect their interests because of lack of access to justice, lack of standing or economic and other disablilities. The traditional legal or constitutional system could not provide quick relief in cases where interest of a large number of people was at stake. This led to the emergence of PIL. Judiciary came forward to provide quick remedy to suffering masses by relaxing the rule of ‘ locus standi ’. It means a right of appearance in a court of justice or before a legislative body on a given question. Such steps have led to the emergence of PIL and Judicial Activism.

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RBI Recruitment Exams Sample Papers for Legal Officer (Previous Year - 2012: General Knowledge of Law Paper-I)


R.B.I.S.B. (Legal Officer) PY - 2012

PAPER I - General Knowledge of Law


1. In 2006, Reserve Bank of India had set up a panel to recommend the legislation related to regulation of which of the following ?

(a) Capital markets
(b) Money lending
(c) Financial inclusion
(d) None of the above.

2. Which among the following correctly defines Hundi ?

(a) They are slips on paper presented to the customer while purchasing goods.
(b) They are accounts of unorganized sector in India.
(c) They are key instruments of credit in the unorganized money market in India.
(d) None of the above.

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(Notification) IBPS PO/MT-VIII - 2018

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(Notification) IBPS PO/MT-VIII - 2018


The online examination (Preliminary and Main) for the next Common Recruitment Process for selection of personnel for Probationary Officer/ Management Trainee posts in the Participating Organisations is tentatively scheduled in October / November 2018.

PARTICIPATING ORGANISATIONS

  1. Allahabad Bank

  2. Canara Bank

  3. Indian Bank

  4. Syndicate Bank

  5. Andhra Bank

  6. Central Bank of India

  7. Indian Overseas Bank

  8. UCO Bank

  9. Bank of Baroda

  10. Corporation Bank

  11. Oriental Bank of Commerce

  12. Union Bank of India

  13. Bank of India

  14. Dena Bank

  15. Punjab National Bank

  16. United Bank of India

  17. Bank of Maharashtra

  18. IDBI Bank

  19. Punjab & Sind Bank

  20. Vijaya Bank

Important Dates:

The tentative schedule of events is as follows:

Activity Tentative Dates
On-line registration including Edit/Modification of Application by candidates 14.08.2018 to 04.09.2018
Payment of Application Fees/Intimation Charges (Online) 14.08.2018 to 04.09.2018
Download of call letters for Pre- Exam Training September 2018
Conduct of Pre-Exam Training 01.10.2018 to 07.10.2018
Download of call letters for Online examination – Preliminary October 2018
Online Examination – Preliminary 13.10.2018, 14.10.2018, 20.10.2018 and 21.10.2018
Result of Online exam – Preliminary October/ November 2018
Download of Call letter for Online exam – Main November 2018
Online Examination – Main 18.11.2018
Declaration of Result – Main December 2018
Download of call letters for interview January 2019
Conduct of interview January /February 2019
Provisional Allotment April 2019

Candidates are advised to regularly keep in touch with the authorised IBPS website www.ibps.in for details and updates.

ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA

Candidates, intending to apply for CRP-PO/MT-VIII should ensure that they fulfil the minimum eligibility criteria specified by IBPS in this advertisement:

Please note that the eligibility criteria specified herein are the basic criteria for applying for the post. Candidates must necessarily produce the relevant documents in original and a photocopy in support of their identity and eligibility -pertaining to category, nationality, age, educational qualifications etc. as indicated in the online application form at the time of interview and any subsequent stage of the recruitment process as required by IBPS/ Participating Organisations. Please note that no change of category will be permitted at any stage after registration of the online application and the result will be processed considering the category which has been indicated in the online application, subject to guidelines of the Government of India in this regard. Merely applying for CRP/ appearing for and being shortlisted in the online examination (Preliminary and Main) and/or in the subsequent interview and/ subsequent processes does not imply that a candidate will necessarily be offered employment in any of the Participating Organisations. No request for considering the candidature under any category other than the one in which one has applied will be entertained.

Nationality / Citizenship:

A candidate must be either -

(i) a Citizen of India or
(ii) a subject of Nepal or
(iii) a subject of Bhutan or
(iv) a Tibetan Refugee who came over to India before 1st January 1962 with the intention of permanently settling in India or
(v) a person of Indian origin who has migrated from Pakistan, Burma, Sri Lanka, East African countries of Kenya, Uganda, the United Republic of Tanzania (formerly Tanganyika and Zanzibar), Zambia,
Malawi, Zaire, Ethiopia and Vietnam with the intention of permanently settling in India, provided that a candidate belonging to categories (ii), (iii), (iv) & (v) above shall be a person in whose favour a certificate of eligibility has been issued by the Government of India.

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RBI Recruitment Exams Sample Papers for ASSISTANT MANAGER (Previous Year - 2014: ASSISTANT MANAGER Rajbhasha)


R.B.I.S.B. (ASSISTANT MANAGER – RAJBHASHA)

PY - 2014


Translate the following passage into Hindi :—

Underdeveloped countries are most susceptible to inflation. Inflation in an underdeveloped economy generally occurs when there is an abnormal increase in the effective demand exerted mainly by the huge government expenditure under the planning process. However, the maintenance of stability in the domestic price level and a fixed, realistic exchange rate are very essential pre-conditions for achieving a maximum rate of sustained economic growth. This needs equilibrium of savings and investment. In an underdeveloped country, however, since the rate of savings is very low, government is usually tempted to raise the level of investment by means of credit expansion and deficit financing. Development efforts of this nature are generally confronted by inflationary price increases. To some economists, inflation is an inevitable price to be paid for economic growth. However, a heated controversy exists as to whether any relationship exists between inflation and economic growth. Nevertheless, it is widely agreed that the policy of development through inflation in underdeveloped countries can be successful and meaningful only if inflation is effectively controlled.

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RBI Recruitment Exams Sample Papers for ASSISTANT MANAGER (Previous Year - 2012: ASSISTANT MANAGER Rajbhasha)


R.B.I.S.B. WRITTEN EXAMINATION FOR RECRUITMENT TO THE POSTS OF
ASSISTANT MANAGER (RAJBHASHA), GRADE ‘ A ’ PY - 2012


Translate the following para into Hindi :---

Credit growth of Indian commercial banks had been showing a decelerating trend from Dec., 2010 on the back of elevated inflation, interest rates and intensification of supply-side constraints. The year FY12 ended with bank credit growth of 19.3% and aggregate deposit growth of 17.4%. Even though the divergence between credit and deposit growth rates had narrowed during the first three quarters of FY12, it widened during the fourth quarter due to a sharper deceleration in deposit growth in Q4, FY12. This resulted in increased dependence of commercial banks on non-deposit sources of finance (i.e., borrowings) during Q4, FY12.While the deceleration in bank credit growth was contributed by all the sectors, i.e., agriculture, industry, services and personal loans, the RBI data showed that the deceleration was particularly sharp in agriculture, real estate, hotels and restaurants, professional services, telecommunication, power, cement, textiles, iron and steel and personal vehicle loans.

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RBI Recruitment Exams Sample Papers for ASSISTANT MANAGER (Previous Year - 2010: ASSISTANT MANAGER Rajbhasha)


R.B.I.S.B. WRITTEN EXAMINATION FOR RECRUITMENT TO THE POSTS OF
ASSISTANT MANAGER (RAJBHASHA), GRADE ‘ A ’ PY - 2010


Translate the following para into Hindi :---

The demand for non-food credit from the commercial sector started improving from November, 2009 and eventually posted a growth of 16.9% (y-o-y) by end March 2010 as against the Reserve Bank of India’s indicative target of 16.0%. In the year upto October, 2009 deceleration in non-food credit had continued and reached a low of 10.3%. With the industrial recovery getting increasingly broad-based, demand for non-food credit revived since end November, 2009 and pushed upwards the incremental credit-deposit ratio in the second half of FY 10. While, the state-owned banks played a major role in credit expansion during
FY 10, credit extended by private banks also showed some improvement in FY 10 over last year. However, as per the RBI’s report, the loan portfolio of foreign banks contracted further in FY 10.

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RBI Recruitment Exams Sample Papers for ASSISTANT MANAGER (Previous Year - 2009: ASSISTANT MANAGER Rajbhasha)


R.B.I.S.B. WRITTEN EXAMINATION FOR RECRUITMENT TO THE POSTS OF
ASSISTANT MANAGER (RAJBHASHA), GRADE ‘ A ’ PY - 2009


Translate the following para into Hindi :---

To speak about the economic environment, while Indian economy is slowly reverting to the growth track, there are strains in the form of continuing contraction in exports and the worst agricultural drought since the year 1972. On the positive side, industrial sector has healthily grown at 5.8 per cent during April-August 2009 as against 4.8 per cent during the corresponding period of the last year. There has been an upturn in the primary capital market activity and a steady revival in debt and equity capital inflows since April, 2009. The banking system also has sufficient liquidity thanks to the excellent liquidity management done by the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) amidst a huge government borrowings programme. On the negative side, inflationary concerns have been mounting from the supply side and the growth in private consumption and investment demand still remains sluggish. The banking industry’s credit growth was just 10.8 per cent (y-o-y) as of October 9, 2009 as against 29.5% (y-o-y) a year ago. The Government is expecting a decline of 2.0 to 2.5 per cent in the agricultural GDP in 2009-10 due to the widespread drought conditions.

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RBI Recruitment Exams Sample Papers for ASSISTANT MANAGER (Previous Year - 2008: ASSISTANT MANAGER Rajbhasha)


R.B.I.S.B. WRITTEN EXAMINATION FOR RECRUITMENT TO THE POSTS OF
ASSISTANT MANAGER (RAJBHASHA), GRADE ‘ A ’ PY - 2008


Translate the following para into Hindi :---

In India, the crisis has not originated in the financial sector. Much of our banking and insurance sector is state-owned. It does not have any meaningful international exposure due to capital controls and had been restrained in its financing of real estate and the capital markets. Only the NBFCs sector and the Mutual Funds were hit and the NBFCs more because of the regulatory imposed asset liability mismatch in their balance sheets. While 2009 will see an increase in NPAs and lower investment profits for insurers, India will witness nothing of the chaos that is unfolding in the west. The rapid reversal, late last year, of FII flows required to meet redemption pressures abroad led first to a liquidity crisis followed by a credit crisis in India.

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RBI Recruitment Exams Sample Papers for ASSISTANT MANAGER (Previous Year - 2006-07: ASSISTANT MANAGER Rajbhasha)


R.B.I.S.B. WRITTEN EXAMINATION FOR RECRUITMENT TO THE POSTS OF
ASSISTANT MANAGER (RAJBHASHA), GRADE ‘ A ’ PY - 2006-07


Translate the following para into Hindi :---

After four years of boasting of 9 % G.D.P. growth and talking of overtaking China, Indians are reluctant to believe that the economy is headed for a serious fall. But the stock market has crashed, an indication of the pain ahead. Western observers have been lavishing praise on India as a coming economic super-power. So, many Indians believe we have achieved 9 % growth because we are so clever and resourceful. This is a delusion of grandeur. In fact, a global tide has lifted the whole world economy and India along with all others. Given our strengths, we will not suffer as badly as some others. But suffer we will.

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RBI Recruitment Exams Sample Gr-B-DR-Gen-Paper-II (Previous Year - 2015: English (Set A))


R.B.I.S.B. (Gr-B-DR-Gen) PY - 2015

PAPER II ENGLISH (Writing Skills) Set A


Q. 1. Write an essay of about 400 words on any one of the following topics: 50 marks

a. Government’s Gold related Schemes.
b. Will China’s Downturn help India?
c. Is Progress possible without Peace?
d. India needs bold Capital Investment.
e. Climatic Catastrophes are due to Man’s wild constructions.

Q. 2. Make a précis of the following passage in about 110 words and give it 50 marks a suitable title.

The Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion (DIPP) will start working closely with banks to kick-start the government's Start-Up India initiative in both rural and urban India. Commerce and Industry Minister Nirmala Sitharaman said the government would ensure that startups don't run out of money and that their equity requirements don't go unattended. The minister was talking to the media on the sidelines of a FICCI event.

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RBI Recruitment Exams Sample Gr-B-DR-Gen-Paper-II (Previous Year - 2015: English (Set B))


R.B.I.S.B. (Gr-B-DR-Gen) PY - 2015

PAPER II ENGLISH (Writing Skills) Set B


Q. 1. Write an essay of about 400 words on any one of the following topics: 50 marks

a. How can India gain from China’s stock market crisis ?
b. India’s GDP growth will keep rising in the next five years.
c. Tolerance should be the new Religion!
d. Indian economy needs Capital Investment.
e. Man is responsible for Climatic disasters.

Q. 2. Make a précis of the following passage in about 140 words and 50 marks give it a suitable title.

A committee set up by the government to review the international competitiveness of the Indian financial sector has flagged capital controls, mistakes in financial sector regulation and taxation as primary reasons for loss to offshore markets. The finance ministry has sought comments on the first report submitted by a standing council set up by the UPA government. "The Report has recommended phasing of the reform process into short-term actions, medium-term goals and long-term goals and clearly indicates the implementing agencies for them," the finance ministry said releasing the report for public comments.

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