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RBI Grade B 2022 - Suggested Books and Its Important Chapters

RBI Grade B 2022 - Suggested Books and Its Important Chapters. Important Books and Study Materials for RBI Grade B 2022. This Article provide you insights on important books needed for RBI Grade B Preparation. We have also provided you important chapters of recommended books as all the chapters of recommended books are not in our RBI Grade B Exam Syllabus.

RBI Grade B 2022 - Suggested Books and Its Important Chapters

RBI Grade B 2022 : Recommended Books 

If you are complete beginner and have no prior knowledge of Economics and Finance then i would recommend you to start with NCERT and spend some time to learn the basic.

NCERT Class - 10. Understanding Economic Development

NCERT Class - 11. Indian Economic Development

NCERT Class - 12. Introductory Macroeconomics

NCERT Class - 11. Business Studies (Ch. 8 - 11)

NCERT Class - 12. Business Studies Part - II (9,10)

Once done with NCERT you can move to some reference book for better understanding or those who have prior understanding of Economics and Finance can use below books.

Economics - Vivek Singh/ Ramesh Singh

Finance - Bharti Pathak or Indian Financial System by M Y Khan (Don't buy Financial Management by M Y Khan)

Management - L M Prasad

Ethics and Corporate Governance -  A C Fernando or B N Ghosh

*"* Not all chapters are important in the Above Books, Follow syllabus given in last Recruitment Notification by RBI.

Quantitative Aptitude - Sarvesh Verma for Arithmetic and DI Book by Adda247 (Based on this year's level you should opt for any CAT Level Book for DI), For beginners start from Adda247 DI Book.

Reasoning Ability - Puzzle Book by Adda247, Puzzle PDFs of Affairs Cloud, Exam Pundit Pdfs etc, Reasoning Ability Ace Book Adda247 (for beginners) for advanced level solve mock test

English Language - Reading anything in English will help and solve online Quizzes.

Current Affairs - Follow Affairs Cloud daily and PIB Programs and Policies. You can also read few sections from Vision IAS Monthly Magazine.

Indian Economy by Vivek Singh

1. Fundamental of Macroeconomy

2. Money and Banking (Finance Syllabus)

3. Money and Banking Part - II (Finance Syllabus)

4. Government Budgeting (Union Budget)

6. Indian Economy (1947-91) - Few Topics like Economics reforms need to be covered

11. Inclusive Growth and Issues

12. International Organization

13. Infrastructure and Investment Model (Finance)

15. Terminology

Chapter Important for NABARD Grade A

7. Subsidies

8. Agriculture Part - I 

9. Agriculture Part - II

10. Supply Chain and Food Processing Industry

Principles and Practices of Management (L M Prasad)

1. Introduction to management

4. Social Responsibility and Ethics

5. Fundamentals of Planning (not in complete details)

6. Organizational Plans (not in complete details)

8. Fundamentals of Organizing (not in complete details)

9. Power and Authority

10. Conflict and Coordination (not in complete details)

11. Organizational Change

12 Fundamental of staffing

13. Employee Development and Performance Appraisal

14 Fundamentals of Directing (in complete details)

15. Motivation (in complete details)

16. Leadership

17. Communication

Indian Economy – Ramesh Singh 

1. Introduction

2. Growth Development and happiness

6. Economic Reforms

7. Inflation and business cycle

11. Indian Financial Market

12. Banking in India (very important)

14. Securities market in India

15. External Sector in India

16. International Economic Organizations (only general understanding)

17. Tax Structure (only direct tax and indirect tax)

18. Public Finance in India

19. Sustainability and climate change

20 Human Development in India

21. Burning Socio Economic issues

25. Economic Survey (study the concepts, data of the latest report is useful)

26. Union Budget (study the concepts, data of the latest report is useful)

The India Financial System – Bharati V Pathak

1. The Financial System: An Introduction

3. Reforms in Financial System

4. The Money Market

5. The Capital Market

6. The Primary Market (Do not go to the every details and procedures, understand terms and


8. The Secondary Market (Do not go to the every details and procedures, understand terms

and concepts)

9. The Derivative Market (Understand 4 types of derivatives, do not go into details)

13. Banking and Non-Banking Institutions

14. Management of NPAs by banks

15. Mutual Funds (page 537-540)

19. Credit Rating (Introduction only)

24. Financial Regulation

Chapter of B N Ghosh and A C Fernando will be Updated Soon..

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