NABARD Grade A Exam Pattern 2021 for Prelims & Mains Exam
NABARD Grade A exam pattern 2021 - The National Bank For Agriculture And Rural Development (NABARD) prescribed the NABARD Grade A exam pattern 2021 for all the phases of the NABARD 2021 exam. The NABARD Grade A 2021 exam is conducted for Assistant Manager Grade A post across the country. The NABARD Grade A exam pattern and difficulty level varies for different stages of the exam as mentioned in the NABARD Grade A notification 2021.
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As per the official notification the NABARD Grade A exam has three phases - prelims, mains and interview. The NABARD Grade A 2021 exam pattern makes the applicant aware of the mode of examination, marking scheme of each phase, number of questions asked and more. Every phase of the NABARD Grade A exam is conducted in online mode. To know more about the NABARD Grade A exam pattern 2021 go through the article below.
NABARD Grade A Exam Pattern 2021 - Stages of NABARD Grade A exam as per posts
The NABARD Grade A 2021 exam is conducted for the Assistant Manager post. The NABARD Grade A exam pattern is a three tier selection process. As per the official NABARD Grade A notification 2021 aspirants can check the NABARD Grade A exam pattern here:
NABARD Grade A exam pattern
NABARD Grade A exam pattern 2021
NABARD Grade A exam pattern 2021 - For prelims phase
As per the NABARD notification 2021 the Grade A exam has three phases - prelims, mains and interview. Both the written exams of NABARD Grade A phase 1 and 2, are conducted in online mode. The NABARD Grade A phase 1 exam has seven sections. The NABARD Grade A prelims exam is of 200 marks with 200 questions. Subjects asked in the NABARD prelims exam are english, general awareness, reasoning, computer knowledge and more. The duration of the exam is 2 hours. Check the table below for more information on the NABARD Grade A exam pattern 2021 for prelims exam.
NABARD Grade A prelims exam pattern
Phase I: Preliminary examination (online)
No. of questions
1/4th mark for every wrong answer marked
Economics and Social Issues with focus on rural India
Agriculture and Rural Development with focus on rural india
NABARD Grade A prelims marking scheme
Marks for correct answer
Marks for incorrect answer
Marks for unanswered questions
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NABARD Grade A exam pattern 2021 - For mains phase
The NABARD Grade A mains exam is also conducted in online mode too having two papers - one MCQ type and other descriptive in nature. Each paper is of 100 marks, which has to be completed in 1 hour 30 minutes. Check the table below for more details on the NABARD Grade A 2021 exam pattern for mains exam.
NABARD Grade A mains exam pattern
Phase II: Main examination (Online: MCQ + descriptive)
Essay, Précis writing, Comprehension and Business/ Office Correspondence
1 hour 30 mins
Specialised as per posts applied for
1 hour 30 mins
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NABARD Grade A exam pattern 2021 - For Personality Test
Applicants qualifying the the NABARD Grade A mains exam are called for the NABARD Grade A interview phase. The NABARD Grade A interview is held in offline mode. It is of 25 marks. The marks of NABARD interview are taken into consideration for preparing the final merit list for the NABARD Grade A result 2021. The interview is to evaluate the overall personality of the candidate.
NABARD Grade A 2021 marking scheme
NABARD Grade A exam pattern phases
Total marks allotted per phase
Prelims - phase 1
Mains - phase 2
Interview - phase 3
NABARD Grade A Syllabus 2021
The National Bank For Agriculture And Rural Development prescribes the NABARD Grade A syllabus for all the phases of the exam along with the NABARD Grade A exam pattern. The latest NABARD Grade A syllabus 2021 is mentioned in the NABARD Grade A 2021 notification. The syllabus for each NABARD Grade A post is different. The NABARD syllabus and exam pattern helps applicants to improve their overall preparation level for the NABARD Grade A examination. For more information on the NABARD Grade A syllabus 2021 for each post check the official notification.
How to prepare for NABARD Grade A 2021?
To prepare for the NABARD Grade A exam aspirants need to focus on all aspects of the NABARD Grade A exam. Few tips on how to prepare for the NABARD Grade A exam given here.
Go through the NABARD Grade A exam pattern and syllabus before starting the preparation for the same.
Study all the topics mentioned in the NABARD syllabus.
Pay extra attention to NABARD Grade A important topics.
Solve previous year NABARD Grade A question papers or sample papers to know your preparation level.
Do not pick up anything new to study a few days before the exam.
Stay calm and focused throughout the NABARD Grade A selection process and more.
Frequently Asked Question (FAQs) - NABARD Grade A Exam Pattern 2021 for Prelims & Mains Exam
Question: Is the NABARD Grade A exam conducted online or offline?
The NABARD Grade A 2021 exam is conducted in online mode for prelims and mains.
Question: For what post is the NABARD Grade A exam conducted?
The NABARD Grade A exam is held for recruitment of eligible and qualified candidates for the post of Assistant Manager Grade A.
Question: Is there negative marking in the NABARD Grade A exam?
Yes, there is negative marking in the NABARD Grade A phase 1 and 2 of the exam for incorrect answers.
Question: Is there an interview round in the NABARD Grade A selection process?
Yes, there is an interview round in the NABARD Grade A 2021 selection process.
Question: What is the NABARD Grade A 2021 application fee?
The fee for NABARD Grade A 2021 application form is Rs 800 for General/ OBC candidates and Rs 150 for others.
Question: When is the NABARD Grade A 2021 prelims exam scheduled to be held?
The NABARD Grade A and B 2021 prelims exam was conducted on September 17 and 18, 2021.
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Questions related to NABARD Grade A
when can I apply for this exam ? what is duration of preparation of the exam
As you have used NABARD Grade A hashtag, so I shall assume you are asking the question with reference to NABARD Grade A Examination.
Examination Dates ->
As of now, no notification has been released that shows the Application Date and the Exam Date. In 2021, the Application date was released on 17th July, 2021 and the Exam (Prelims) was conducted on 18th September, 2021. So this year in 2022, you can expect the exam happening around those dates. So you are suggested to visit its official website - www.nabard.org on a frequent basis for the latest updates regarding NABARD. The duration of the Prelims exam is 2 hours (120 minutes).
Regarding exam preparation, 1 year is sufficient for a thorough preparation.
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how to prepare for ESI and ARD section of NABARD
NABARD Grade A examination is held in three phases like Phase 1,2,3.So to prepare for phase 1 go through Historical Basis of Indian Economy,Social Issue,current affairs,Monthly Magazines like Banking Services Chronicles etc.However for ARD Past and Present Schemes related to Agriculture and Rural Development are important and also prepare current affairs based on agricultural field.Stay focussed and motivated.The third round is all about personal interview.
Hope it helps!!!
please provide nabard grade A sample papers ??
NABARD conducts a common NABARD Grade-A Recruitment Exam to recruit Assistant Managers in the Rural Development Banking Service of NABARD. The candidates who are appointed as an Assistant Manager in the esteemed organization will get a good salary with other benefits. Candidates will have questions related to English, Reasoning, Quantitative Aptitude, General Awareness, Computer, Economic and social issues, and Agriculture and rural development.
You can download the sample papers on the following link:
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How to prepare for NABARD Grade A mock test?
Hello dear student !
In order to prepare for any examination, you have to study in a smart way. The NABARD Grade A exam asks direct questions and difficulty level is averagely difficult and the seats are quite less.
First you need to study regularly and don't skip even a single day.
For the first 5 sections , the preparation is almost same as for Bank PO, etc. For GA refer to -
Any standard static GA booklet (such as Bankers Adda's )
Affaircloud 100 Questions monthly pocket booklet
GKtoday 250 Questions monthly pdf
Now, for 2 most important sections which are there in mains also,
You can refer to Edutap for this section.
you can refer to Edutap ESI static module, Union budget, Economic survey Vol. I , etc.
For English Descriptive Paper in Mains, you need to practice all the sections.
For interview, just read a national paper on Daily basis and be aware of your surrounding and all the developments amd changes.
Practice with online mock tests and practice ror every section as much as possible. Eat healthy and sleep properly.
Hope this will help you !
All the best