RBI Grade B Now or Never Dedicated Group 2017-18

 please suggest...only MANAGEMENT kaha se padi ja skti h....??? 

Where can I get the solutions for Questions of Prasanna Chandra ?

 Please join this group for discussion regarding Central Bank of India credit officer and Risk Manager 2016-17 exam.

Someone please guide about the books we need to follow for Phase 2 ...Your guidance would be really helpful..TIA :)

Please guide - Is phase 1 qualifying in nature? or are these marks added to calculate the final merit? 

Some ppl are suggesting Risk Management CAIIB for F&M. How relevant is it? What part of it is relevant?

can someone pls share the link where all the pdfs of economics (mrunal) are available? 

About Insider Trading -  SEBI imposes fine of Rs. 6 lakh on Piramal Enterprises over insider-trading .Insider trading is the practice of using information that has not been made public to execute trading decisions. It gives traders an unfair advantage over others. For example, an executive of a company who purchases shares of the company, based on a pending merger announcement is engaging in illegal insider trading. What happened in the case of Piramal enterprises ? The SEBI recently penalised Piramal Enterprises, its Chairman, Vice-Chairperson and three others for failing to handle the price-sensitive information related to the sale of its domestic health care business to Abbott. According to SEBI, price sensitive information of the company should be disclosed only to those within the company who need the information to discharge their duty, and whose possession of such information will not give rise to misuse of the information. Besides, it failed to implement the model code of conduct by not announcing the closure of the trading window during the time the price-sensitive information was unpublished. Who all can be involved in Insider trading? Members of an organization: Employees or members of publicly traded companies are in key positions to access information that would not otherwise be available to the general public. Professionals who do business with the corporation: Bankers, lawyers, paralegals, and brokers are but a few of the consultants who have access to confidential documents of their corporate clients. They may choose to abuse this privilege as an opportunity to make a quick buck through insider trading. Friends, family, and acquaintances of employees: Corporate employees often share information within their own circles that is not shared with Wall Street and the general public. Sometimes these disclosures are made innocently, but other times they are made with the intention of allowing their friends to trade securities with an advantage that other investors would not have. Government officials: Officials of different government agencies can gain access to confidential information through the execution of their duties. They may conduct insider trading with this information. 

 Public Interest, redefined! The Central Information Commission has admonished an RTI applicant who was allegedly seeking massive information from the income tax department to spot tax evasion by assessees. The appellant Rakesh Gupta is an "informer" who earns money at the rate of 10% of the tax amount recovered from the taxpayers, because of the information given. He was using the RTI route to collect information, verify whether the assessee has suppressed income, and provide that information to the I-T office to earn rewards. What is Mr. Gupta’s take on this? Mr. Gupta contended that since the incentive to reveal such income-related information helps the state to enhance income, it is in public interest. What is the Commission’s stance on the same? If the CBDT information could be analysed and used for enhancing recovery by an individual, why can’t the department itself do that job? The Commission concludes that Rakesh Kumar Gupta could not prove any public interest, and being a professional 'informer', he might have been interested in increasing his income, by giving Tax Evasion information.  Rakesh Kumar Gupta cannot be encouraged to misuse RTI.  

 Govt to manage borrowings through PDMA in 2 years The finance ministry has said that it will take away from the RBI the powers to manage public debt or government borrowings in about two years and has set up a cell for an interim period to smoothen the transition so that markets do not witness disruptions. Management of public debt comes in conflict with RBI's mandate to control inflation. The Public Debt Management Cell (PDMC), to be housed at RBI's Delhi office, will be upgraded to a statutory Public Debt Management Agency (PDMA) in about two years. PDMC has been tasked with planning government borrowings, including market and other borrowings, like sovereign gold bond issuance. Other functions of PDMC are managing government's liabilities, monitoring cash balances, improving cash forecasting, fostering liquid and efficient market for government securities. This seems to be in conformance to global practices. The US Treasury is separate from the Fed and so on. But, RBI is definitely getting diluted over time. 

 Subsidised liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) cylinders will now be available only those who have with Aadhaar cards. Those who do not have the unique identity number will be required to enroll for it in order to continue availing the subsidy. The ministry’s notification says in case beneficiaries are unable to enroll for Aadhaar at the earmarked centres in their area, the Oil Marketing Companies will be required to create enrolment facilities at convenient locations.  With the coverage of Aadhaar, using it universally, like the PAN earlier, is a good option. 

 The gold import bill in the first half of 2016-17 is estimated at $7.2 billion, a 10-year low, because of high import duties, stricter disclosure requirements for jewellery purchases, a strike by jewellers and government efforts to unearth black money. 

This is good news, and with oil prices also low, India has actually managed a current account surplus, which is fantastic 

 In its maiden review, the monetary policy committee (MPC) decided to cut policy rate by 25 basis points as the recent fall in inflation seemed more durable than just an outcome of positive base effect. All six members of the committee, including newly appointed RBI Governor Urjit Patel, met and deliberated for two days before unanimously voting in favour of a cut in repo rate, which now stands at 6.25 per cent. Repo rate - 6.25% (reduced by 25 basis points) Reverse repo rate - 5.75% (reduced by 25 basis points) CRR - 4% (unchanged) SLR - 20.75% (reduced by 25 basis points) 

Not surprising, but a 6-0 verdict is amazing. The market is going overboard, expecting a lot more rate cuts, but that I feel is not likely to happen. 

Can someone share the study strategy for phase 2? I mean from where to start keeping in mind the time available for 2017 exam. Currently I m studying for phase 1.... TIA.

Hey everyone. I want to prepare for Grade B exam 2017. I'm presently working and I believe I can take 3-4 hours daily of my schedule to prepare for it. I have tried looking for material online and so far I've found Anuj Jindal's material (on his blog, youtube videos and facebook) which I feel seems pretty decent. I was wondering would that alone be sufficient or should I substantiate that with other books?

Can someone paste the link for Anuj jindal's RBI blog ? Thanks in advance

When will be rbi grade b exam in 2017 ?

Is bharti pathak Indian finance system good for FM section in RBI grade ??

Which book is best for finance section for rbithis grade b officer?

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Will there be any recruitment of RBI Grade B 2017? If so, When shall we expect the notification to be out?