This Course is available for free only for practice.
You get some selected questions for ESI.
You won't expect answers from our side.
Any preparation starts with the thorough study of the syllabus and if you have understood the syllabus then you have completed one part of your journey. The prescribed syllabus gives you the basic knowledge of what you actually need to follow.
Friend, as you know that there is conspicuous change in the syllabus of the second phase of RBI Grade B exam-2021. The weightage of Subjective Type Knowledge is more. In this second phase, you are required to write Descriptive English Questions along with the questions based on Economic and Social Issues and Finance and Management.
Previously, the papers for ESI and FM were based on objective type questions; but now, these two papers will comprise Subjective questions along with Objective Questions.
Time allotted- 120 Minutes; Marks- 100
Objective- 30mn; 50 marks
Descriptive- 90mn; 50 marks
ESI tests the static knowledge of students about economic & social concepts.
Syllabus of Economics –
Growth & Development- Measurement of Growth-National Income, Per capita Income, Poverty Alleviation and Employment generation in India, Sustainable development and environmental issues.
Indian Economy – Economic History of India; Changes in Industrial and Labour Policy, Monetary & Fiscal Policy since reforms of 1991; Priorities and recommendations of economic survey and Union Budget; Indian Money & Financial Markets- Linkages with the economy; Role of Indian banks and Reserve Bank in the development process; Public finance; Political Economy; Industrial developments in India-Indian agriculture; Services sector in India.
Globalization - Opening up of the Indian Economy; Balance of Payments & Export-Import Policy; International Economic Institutions; IMF and World Bank; WTO; Regional Economic Cooperation; International Economic Issues.
Social Structure in India –Multiculturalism; Demographic Trends; Urbanization and Migration; Gender Issues; Social Justice- Positive Discrimination in favour of the underprivileged; Social Movements; Indian Political System; Human Development; Social Sectors in India ,Health and Education.
The remarkable point is that you need to have sound knowledge of Subjective Paper and good writing skills. Bankwhizz provides you with an exclusive interface for practice on ESI and FM Papers. Many important Questions have already been set for better preparation. So why go anywhere else. Keep your practice on. All the best!
Course offerings: (Free course)
60 Mocks on ESI Descriptive Questions (New Pattern)
Practice on Actual Interface
Familiarity with the questions likely to be asked in the exam