NABARD GRADE B EXAM ANALYSIS 6TH AUGUST 2017 – HOW WAS YOUR EXAM?
NABARD Grade B Exam Analysis 6th August 2017 – How was your exam? – Share your feedback about the exam
NABARD Grade B Exam Analysis 6th August 2017 – How was your exam?
NABARD will conduct Grade B prelims exam on 6th August 2017. The exam will be held in a single shift at various centres. There are total 17 openings in Grade B.
Let us look at the overview of NABARD Grade B Officers exam 2017 :
The selection Process consist of Preliminary exam and Mains exam followed by Interview.
Phase 1 or Preliminary Exam Pattern:
Mode of Exam: MCQ (Multiple Choice Questions) carrying 200 marks.
Duration: 120 Minutes Composite Time
- Test of Reasoning – 20 marks
- English Language – 40 marks
- Computer Knowledge –20 marks
- General Awareness – 20 marks
- Quantitative Aptitude – 20 marks
- Economic & Social Issues (with focus on Rural India) – 40 marks
- Agriculture & Rural Development (with focus on Rural India) – 40 marks
- Total – 200 marks
Marking Scheme for NABARD Grade B exam:
For each incorrect response, 1/4th of the marks assigned to that question will be deducted as penalty in Phase I and Phase II, both. Cut-offs in Phase I and Phase II may be applied in two stages :
(i) On scores in individual tests
(ii) On Total Score
NABARD Grade B 2017 Eligibility:
Education : UG or PG degree with at least 60% aggregate marks in general stream or in agriculture or agriculture science, horticulture, animal Husbandry, forestry, dairy technology, fisheries and other related disciplines.
Age Limit : 21 to- 35 years of age as on June 1, 2017
- +3yrs for OBC,
- +5yrs for OBC,
- +10yrs for PWD
NABARD Grade B Exam Analysis : How was your Exam?
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