October 21, 2020: The revised dates for Phase I and Phase 11 SEBI Grade A examination are now released by the Securities and Exchange Board of India. As per the schedule, the Phase I examination is scheduled to be held on January 17, 2021.
The SEBI Grade A Phase-II examination will be conducted on February 27, 2021. Vacancies are reserved for PwBD category candidates i/e, Autism, intellectual disability, specific learning disability, mental illness, or multiple disabilities category candidates.
SEBI Grade A Recruitment 2020 is conducted by the Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI). The SEBI Grade A Recruitment Application Process was started on March 7, 2020.
There are a total of 147 vacancies available for different posts out of which only 22 are open for the Information Technology stream. To know more about SEBI Grade A Recruitment 2020, check the highlights table below:
SEBI Grade A Recruitment 2020 Highlights
SEBI Grade A Phase II Examination Syllabus: Topics Covered, Marks Distribution and Syllabus
Paper 2 of Phase II SEBI Grade A Examination for Information Technology Stream candidates will include topics such as algorithm, Data Structure, and String Manipulations. C++, Java, and Python languages will be used to test the ability of Information Technology Stream candidates.
Algorithm and Data Structure will cover a maximum of 40 marks each in the question paper, while String Manipulation will hold 20 marks in the exam.
Check the Syllabus for SEBI Grade A Phase II Examination from the highlights table below:
Read More Here: SEBI Grade A: Detailed Syllabus and Recommended Books
Topics Covered: The Algorithm section of the exam will cover the concepts of Sorting, Searching, Greedy Algorithms, Dynamic Programming, Backtracking, Divide and Conquer, and Pattern Searching topics. While Data Structure will have topics from languages like C++ and Java i.e, Array, Linked List, Stack, Queue, Binary Tree, Indexing, Binary Search Tree, and Heap. The string section will have questions covering the Length, Substring, Regex, and Search topics for Information Technology stream candidates.
*The article might have information for the previous academic years, please refer the official website of the exam.