NABARD Grade A Syllabus 2020 - National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development (NABARD) prescribes the syllabus of NABARD Grade A for all those who wish to prepare for the exam. Candidates must go through NABARD Grade A syllabus 2020 to know all the topics and chapters from where the expected questions can be asked. The syllabus of NABARD Grade A 2020 contains the topic for both prelims and mains exam. By going through NABARD Grade A Syllabus 2020, candidates will be able to figure out which topic needs more practice and which ones need less attention. NABARD Grade A syllabus contains all the topics at one place, thus saving the candidates from running here and there in search of what to study.Latest: Download NABARD Grade A 2020 Result for prelims hereCheck NABARD Cut off 2020 Here
The authority releases the syllabus of NABARD Grade A 2020 for the following two stages:
NABARD Grade A prelims syllabus
NABARD Grade A 2020 mains syllabus
The prelims exam of NABARD Grade A will contain question from four sections:
Economic & Social Issues.
Agriculture & Rural Development
Ratio & Proportion
Simple & Compound Interest
Problems on Ages
Time, Speed & Distance
Partnerships & Discounts
Time & Work
Profit & Loss
Statement Assumptions, Conclusions/Arguments
Order and Ranking
Direction based problems
Basic computer topics like Internet
Fill in The Blanks
Synonyms & Antonyms
The mains exam of NABARD Grade A consists of two papers - paper I and II. Paper I is conducted for General English (Descriptive) while paper II is multiple choice questions based on Economic & Social Issues and Agriculture & Rural Development (with a focus on rural India)
Paper I (Descriptive)
Paper II (MCQ)
Paragraph Writing & Letter Writing.
NABARD Grade A syllabus for Economics
NABARD Grade A syllabus for Social Issues
Globalisation of Economy
Education – Health and Environment
Structural and Institutional features
Education – Status & System of Education
Role of International Funding Institutions – IMF & World Bank
Nature of Indian Economy
Socio -Economic Problems associated with Illiteracy
Poverty Alleviation Programmes of the Government
Joint family system – Social Infrastructure
WTO – Regional Economic Cooperation WTO – Regional Economic Co-operation
Educational relevance and educational wastage
Reforms in Banking/ Financial sector
Educational Policy for India
Industry – Industrial and Labour Policy
Social Structure in India
Industrial performance – Regional Imbalance in India’s Industrial Development – – Public Sector Enterprises
Opening up the Indian Economy – Globalisation
Urbanisation and Migration
Population Trends – Population Growth and Economic Development – Population Policy in India
Socio-economic programmes for scheduled castes and scheduled tribes and other backward classes
Agriculture – Characteristics/Status – Technical and Institutional changes in Indian Agriculture
Agricultural performance – Issues in Food Security in India – Non-Institutional and Institutional Agencies in rural credit
Indian Political Systems
Rural banking and financial institutions in India
Current Affairs related to Social Issues
Economic Reforms in India – Privatisation
Positive Discrimination in favour of the under privileged
Inflation – Trends in Inflation & their Impact on National Economy and Individual Income
Current Affairs related to Economy
Poverty Alleviation and Employment Generation in India – Rural and Urban
Agriculture: Definition, Meaning and its branches
Agronomy: Definition, Meaning and Scope of agronomy
Classification of field crops
Factors affecting on crop production
Cropping Systems: Definition and types of cropping systems
Seed production, Seed processing, seed village
Problems of dryland agriculture
Meteorology: Weather parameters, crop-weather advisory
System of Crop Intensification
In order to get acquainted with the sections, mode of exam, duration, total number of questions etc. candidates must go through NABARD Grade A exam pattern. As per the exam pattern of NABARD Grade A, the test will be held in two phases - prelims and mains. Prelims exam will contain questions from seven sections - General Awareness, Quantitative Aptitude, Reasoning Ability, English Language, Computer Knowledge, Economic & Social Issues and Agriculture & Rural Development. The mains exam will contain two papers - paper I (General English) and paper II (Economic & Social Issues and Agriculture & Rural Development).
Name of Section
Economics & Social Issues
Paper I: General English
Paper II: General Post – Economic & Social Issues; Agriculture and Rural Development
Paper II: Other Posts
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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
NABARD Grade A exam pattern contains the following 7 sections of the following marks;-
To prepare for the exam, you should follow a proper study plan, give attention to all the sections equally, revise the topics and practice the mock papers available online. Read newspaper daily.
Hope this helps
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