The Reserve Bank of India has announced that the Grade B phase 1 examination will be held on November 9, 2019 on Saturday.
Since the Ayodhya Verdict is scheduled to be announced today by the Supreme Court of India on November 9, 2019 at 10:30 am many schools and colleges are ordered to be kept shut down. Section 144 has been imposed for the whole of Uttar Pradesh and Karnataka. But the Reserve bank of India has not yet released any information regarding the examination date.
Since every schools and college are closed for today because of the verdict, the probability of the postponing of the examination seems very high.
The candidates can check the website, www.rbi.org.in to know about the updates.
Phase 1 Grade B Examination:
The phase 1 of the Grade B examination will be conducted for a total of 200 marks. The exam will be divided into 4 parts. The examination will be of multiple-choice questions. Each MCQ question will carry 1 mark each, and there will be a total of 200 questions.
The 1st part will be on General Awareness. It will consist of 80 questions. The 2nd part will be in the English language, and it will have 30 questions. The 3rd part is also for 30 marks, and the subject is Aptitude. The reasoning will be part 4 for a total of 60 marks.
The candidates who are scheduled to appear for the Grade B Phase 1 examination does not know if the examination will be conducted today or it will be postponed to a later date. So, the candidates who are scheduled to appear for the exam today are supposed to check the official website of the Reserve Bank of India for any information regarding the postponing of the examination.
You can also read, RBI Grade B 2019.