Dear Banking Aspirant,

The exam which is hard to crack is here and the mains exam is still few days away and you have to prepare for that hard to crack the exam because the competition is higher and the number of candidates attending the mains exam for each state is less when compared to the prelims Examination.

This is one of the important exams and this will be the start for the IBPS CLERICAL MAINS EXAM which will happen in the new year. So start your preparations now with the RBI ASSISTANT Mains Planner and prepare for the exams. The Clerical Exam will be over and after that you still have to start your preparations for the RBI ASSISTANT mains exam so start from now on. You will be able to attend the questions if there is constant preparations are there.

We have planned this planner in such a way that this will cover all the current affairs from the month of September to November and the last two days will have quizzes from the month of December till 15th. So we have got the whole topics covered and this will be your key to crack the exam, because current affairs, banking awareness and Computer awareness equals to a total of 80 marks in the mains examination. As you all know the exams are getting tougher and we have to be prepared for any scenarios , so prepare hard for this RBI ASSISTANT MAINS EXAMINATION 2017 and crack the exam with your constant preparations.



Time : 15 Minutes


  • Kamlesh Chandra Committee – to examine the wage structure, service conditions of the Gramin Dak Sevaks (GDS) in the Department of Posts (DoP).
  • Adam Lewis Panel – to safeguard integrity in International tennis.
  • Shyam Benegal Committee – to look into revamp the film certification nuances by Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC).
  • RM Lodha Committee – on the IPL betting scandal.
  • Dr T K Viswanathan Committee – on Bankruptcy Law Reforms
  • A P Shah committee – to look into the dispute between Oil and Natural Gas Corporation Limited (ONGC) and Reliance Industries Limited (RIL) on Krishna Godavari (KG) gas fields.
  • A P Shah committee – on applicability of Minimum Alternate Tax (MAT) to Foreign Institutional Investors (FIIs) and Foreign Portfolio Investors (FPIs).
  • L Narasimha Reddy Committee – to look into the implementation of One Rank One Pension (OROP) scheme for the ex-servicemen.
  • Arvind Subramanian Committee – on Possible Tax rates under Goods and Services Tax (GST)
  • MB Shah Committee – on illegal mining, its trade, transportation and export in Goa.
  • RV Easwar Committee – to simplify the provisions of the Income Tax Act, 1961.
  • T Haque committee – NITI Aayog constituted T Haque Expert Group on Land Leasing
  • R Gandhi committee – recommended conversion of Urban Cooperative Banks (UCBs) with business size of 20,000 crore rupees or more into regular banks.
  • Deepak Mohanty committee – to frame Medium-termPath on Financial Inclusion.
  • Vijay Kelkar committee – on Revisiting and Revitalizing the Public Private Partnership (PPP) Model of Infrastructure Development.
  • AK Bhargava committee – to look into the issues of “Net neutrality”.
  • Aravind Subramanian Committee – to tackle the shortage of pulses in India.
  • Partha MukhopadhayCommittee – Working group on Migrationrecommended necessary legal and policy framework to protect the interests of the migrants in the country.
  • Meena Hemchandra committee – on cyber security to review the threats in the existing and emerging technology.
  • Kadiyam Srihari Committee – a sub-committee of Central Advisory Board of Education (CABE) to look into issues of girl’s education.
  • Eight members Task Force Committee – for preparing action plan for next three Olympic games 2020, 2024 and 2028.
  • Members of Task Force – Pulella Gopichand, Abinav Bindra, Rajesh Kalra, Sandeep Pradhan, Om Pathak, Viren Rasquinha, S. Baldey Singh, G L Khanna.
  • K.Singh Committee – on revising the FRBM (Fiscal Responsibility and Budget Management)
  • Injeti Srinivas Committee – to frame comprehensive National Sports Development Code across sports disciplines.
  • N.Srikrishna Committee – to review institutionalization of arbitration mechanism in India. And to deliberate on a data protection framework for the country.
  • Nripendra Mishra Committee – task force to look into all the strategic aspects of Indus Water Treaty (IWT) with Pakistan.
  • Ratan P.Watal Committee – on Digital Payments.
  • Six members committee – to study the ways to improve India’s Haj policy.

Convenor of committee – Afzal Amanullah

  • Aarvind Pangariya Committee – To classify the caste Names returned in the Socio Economic & Caste Census (SECC) 2011.
  • Gail LNG shipe tender float
  • Examine the issue of poor regulation of medical eduction by MCL and Proposed replacing MCL with NMC.
  • Pam Rajput Committee – High level committee on status of Women, as well to empower them.
  • Bibek Debroy committee – on or mobilization of resources for major railway projects and the restructuring of Indian Railways.
  • Aravind Subramanian – Universal Basic Income to allow people to go above poverty line.
  • Sachin Tendulkar, Sourav Ganguly and VVS Laxman – BCCI’s newly-constituted cricket advisory committee.
  • Monetary Policy Committee – for setting interest rates and ending the Reserve Bank of India governor’s role as sole arbiter.

Its first policy review is scheduled for October 4.

Six members:

Three members from RBI

  1. Urjit Patel (Chairperson) – RBI governor – having a casting vote
  2. Viral V Acharya- Deputy Governor of RBI in charge of Monetary Policy
  3. Michael Patra – Executive Director of RBI

Three members appointed by Central Government

  1. Chetan Ghate – Professor of Indian Statistical Institute (ISI)
  2. Pami Dua – Director of Delhi School of Economics (DSE)
  3. Ravindra H Dholakia – Professor of IIM, Ahmedabad

To know more about the official languages of the regions , please read the following link to check the languages list.

RBI Assistant 2017 Notification Released

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