Which is better SEBI Grade A or RBI Grade B or NABARD Grade A?

Aspirants are often keen on comparing the nitty-gritty of the coveted job profiles of RBI Grade B, SEBI Grade A and NABARD Grade A.

These are managerial level posts that open up a vast array of opportunities and provides exposure to various facets of the Indian economy, financial markets, agricultural markets etc.

Let us go on and compare certain important aspects and details related to exams as well as the job profile of the above-given posts so that you can decide which one best suit your interest.

SEBI Grade A vs RBI Grade B vs NABARD Grade A

Parameters of Comparison SEBI Grade A RBI Grade B NABARD Grade A
Post Offered Assistant Manager Manager Assistant Manager
Organization Securities & Exchange Board of India Reserve Bank of India National Bank for Rural & Agriculture Development
Mode of Examination Online Online Online
Selection Procedure Three-stage process
I. Phase 1 – Paper 1 & Paper 2
II. Phase 2 – Paper 1 & Paper 2
III. Interview
Three-stage process
I. Phase 1
II. Phase 2 – Paper 1, Paper 2 & Paper 3
III. Interview
Three-stage process
I. Phase 1
II. Phase 2 – Paper 1 & Paper 2
III. Interview
Eligibility Criteria Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering or a master’s degree in any discipline. Bachelor’s Degree in any discipline with at least 60% marks. Bachelor’s Degree in any subject from a recognized University with a minimum of 50% marks.
Salary Offered Gross monthly salary of Rs 1,07,000 per month without accommodation
Or
Rs 73,000 per month with accommodation
Gross monthly emoluments Rs 77,208/- approximately. Initial Monthly Gross Salary is Rs. 62,600/-.
Probation Period After joining, an officer will be on the probation period of 2 years. There is probation for 2 years from the time of joining. There is probation for 2 years from the time of joining.
Job Responsibilities 1. Approval of stock exchanges by-laws.

2. Amendment of by-laws of Stock Exchanges.

3. Inspection of Accounts of Stock Exchanges and various players.

4. Identify and Investigate any malpractices within Securities Markets.

5. Taking steps for increasing Investors knowledge on Securities Markets.

6. Suspension of Security Trading of a Stock Exchange.

7. Granting and Withdrawing Recognition of a Stock Exchange.

1. RBI has offices across the country with the central office located in Mumbai and others being regional offices.

2. Grade B officers are posted across various departments and the work profile varies as per the department they are posted in.

1. Work on various policies and programs mandated by Central/State Governments related to Agricultural & Rural Development.
Career Prospects The career progression is as follows:

Asst. Manager

Manager

Asst. General Manager

Deputy Manager

General Manager

Chief General Manager

Executive Head

The career progression is as follows:

Manager

Asst. General Manager

Deputy General Manager

Chief General Manager

Principal Chief Manager

Executive Director

Deputy Governor

The career progression is as follows:
Assistant Manager

Manager

Assistant General manager

Deputy General Manager

General Manager

Chief General Manager

Executive Director

Director
Place of Posting 1. SEBI has its headquarters in Mumbai and hence chances of posting of the Grade A officers in Mumbai are quite high.

2. Except for that, being an organization dealing in finances and securities, the organization has most of the operational offices in metro cities only and one can expect to be posted only in the same throughout their career.

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1. The RBI Central office/headquarter is located in Mumbai. Besides, there are 31 Regional offices of RBI all across the country.

2. RBI Officers usually get postings in any of these cities.

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1. NABARD has its head office in Mumbai and regional offices in all the state capitals. One is expected to be posted in these offices.

2. After a good amount of experience as a manager, an officer gets a district-level posting as a DDM (District Development Manager).

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SEBI Grade A Preparation 2020

Are you preparing for SEBI 2020 Exam? Worried about the Paper 2 Subjects ( Commerce & Accounting, Companies Act, Finance & Management & Economics)?

Need not worry. We have prepared complete notes for the above-given subjects at Oliveboard, keeping in view the entire syllabus notified in the notification. Check the SEBI Grade A Paper 2 Notes Here.

NABARD Grade A Phase 2 Preparation 2020

  1. Take up a Free NABARD Grade A Phase 2 Mock Test Here.
  2. NABARD Phase 2 Memory Based Paper 2019
  3. ARD & ESI Complete Notes 

Some Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

1. Which is better SEBI Grade A or RBI Grade B?

SEBI Grade A is an Assistant Manager Post in Securities & Exchange Board of India while RBI Grade B is Managerial position with diverse job roles, responsibilities, postings with more or less salaries not varying much. Both posts require extensive knowledge and interest in Finance, Economics, Companies Act and much more. It would depend upon your interest and the opportunities at your disposal. While to be precise, if you have an affinity towards Securities market and their regulation, share markets etc then SEBI is the job for you. 

2. What is the in-hand salary of SEBI Grade A officer?

Gross monthly salary of SEBI Grade A officer is Rs 1,07,000 per month without accommodation and Rs 73,000 per month with accommodation. 

3. Which is better RBI Grade A or Nabard Grade A?

It would again depend upon on your interest. If you are interested in working for development finance (Agriculture & Rural Development) and want to be an expert of that, NABARD may be a better place for you, but be also ready for posting in district HQ as Lead District Manager. However, if you want the authority and experience of a Central Banker, RBI Grade B is the job.

4. What is the salary of NABARD Grade A officer?

The initial monthly gross salary for the NABARD Grade A Officer is Rs. 62,600/-

5. Which is easier to crack, the RBI Grade B or the NABARD Grade A?

The only difference between the subjects asked in NABARD Grade A exam are Agriculture and Rural Development while Finance & Management being asked in RBI Grade B exam. The subjects of Economics & Social Issues are common in RBI Grade B and NABARD Grade-A Exam.

Also Check:

  1. NABARD Grade A Study Plan 2020 for Phase 1
  2. NABARD Grade A 2020 Preparation Strategy for Phase 2

  3. SEBI Grade A Preparation 2020 – Study Plan for Phase 1 [Paper 1 & 2]

  4. RBI Grade B 2019 Preparation – Complete Phase 1 & Phase 2

1 thought on “Which is better SEBI Grade A or RBI Grade B or NABARD Grade A?”

  1. is the syllabus of rbi grade b and Sebi grade the same?
    is it possible that if we prepare of rbi grade b, with the same preparation we can crack Sebi grade a?

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