Reserve Bank of India (RBI) is the complete control and responsibility of policy making in Banking sector in India. Today, RBI officially announced its recruitment for the Legal Officer Grade B and Assistant Archivist Grade A job openings. According to the official announcement by RBI, only Indian Nationals are eligible to apply for this recruitment.
RBI Legal Officer and Assistant Archivist will be selected based on the candidates combined performance with the Written Test followed by Personality Test indeed.
The official announcement states that, the written test will be held in between June/July 2016.
Let’s have the detailed scheme of Examination for the RBI Legal Officer Recruitment 2016 in the following lines.
RBI Legal Officer Written Test Scheme of Examination:
It consist of two papers and the marks segment are as follows
Paper I – General Knowledge of Law
Objective Type à Maximum Marks 30
Descriptive Type àMaximum Marks 120
Total marks is 150 and total duration for paper I is 3 hours.
Paper II –English
Total marks 100 and total examination duration is 3 hours.
Hence, the grand total for the RBI Legal Officer Jobs written test is about 350.
Question Paper I (General Knowledge of Law) will be set in Hindi and English. Answers may bewritten either in Hindi or in English. Candidates may answer the Interview in Hindi or English attheir option.
RBI Legal Officer Written Test Updated Syllabus:
Paper I - General Knowledge of Law (Objective and Descriptive Type):
(i) Constitutional Law
(ii) Administrative Law
(iii) Principles of Statutory Interpretation
(iv) Law of Evidence
(v) Contract Act, 1872
(vi) Transfer of Property Act, 1882
(vii) Negotiable Instruments Act,1881
(viii) Registration Act, 1908
(ix) Code of Civil Procedure,1908
(x) Legal Drafting, etc.
The above syllabus is only indicative and not exhaustive.
Paper II - (English):
Essay, Precis writing, Comprehension and Business/OfficeCorrespondence.
Make the most of the above mentioned RBI Legal Officer Examination Syllabus and scheme of examination to fare well in the upcoming exams.