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NABARD Grade A Exam 2018

About NABARD

NABARD was established on 12 July 1982 for the implementation of National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development Act 1981. It replaced the Agricultural Credit Department (ACD) and Rural Planning and Credit Cell (RPCC) of Reserve Bank of India, and Agricultural Refinance and Development Corporation (ARDC).

NABARD Grade A Notification

The official notification for NABARD Grade A released for 95 assistant manager posts. As the application process for the ongoing recruitment is over now, Applicants can check other examination details such as Vacancy, Exam Date, Application form and Exam pattern in this page.

NABARD Grade A Vacancy

NABARD Grade A vacancy for the year 2018 promises a total of 92 Assistant Manager posts for various categories. To know further details, you can read the official notification.

NABARD Grade A Exam Date:

Events Important Dates
Online Registration And Payment Of Online Fees 13th March To 2nd April 2018
Last Date For Submission Of Online Applications 4th April 2018 (Time 23.59 hours)
Download Of Phase I (Prelims Exam) Admit Card 27th April 2018 Onwards
Date Of Online Phase I (Prelims) Exam 19th May 2018
Date Of Online Phase II (Main) Exam 17th June 2018

NABARD Grade A Application Form:

NOTE– The online registration of NABARD Grade A for current recruitment has been closed.

Application process mentioned below is as per previous year's guideline.

Step to Apply for NABARD Recruitment 2018:

  • Visit the career page of NABARD.
  • Click on the direct link to apply for NABARD Grade A recruitment.
  • Enter all personal details, biodata and educational qualifications.

  • Upload scanned photograph and signature.

  • Make an online payment of fees.
  • Take print out of online application form.

NABARD Grade A Application Fee:

Category Application Fee
Gen/OBC Rs. 800
SC/ST/PWD Rs. 150

NABARD Grade A Selection Process:

The selection will be in three phases as mentioned below:

Phase I: Prelims Exam in Online Mode

Phase II: Mains Exam in Online Mode

Phase III: Interview

NABARD Grade A Exam pattern:

Phase I – Preliminary Examination (Online Exam) consist of objective type question having a total weightage of 200 marks with a time duration of 120 minutes.

Sections Marks Time
English 40 120 Minutes
Reasoning 20
Quantitative Aptitude 20
General Awareness 20
Computer 20
Economic And Social Issues 40
Agriculture And Rural Development 40
Total 200

Phase II - Mains examination consists of Paper 1 and Paper 2. Paper 1 will be English descriptive writing test and Paper 2 will be a test of paper in related discipline with both the papers will have a weightage of 100 marks for time duration of 90 minutes.

Phase III - Third and the final phase of the recruitment process will be an interview and it will have a weightage of 25 marks.

NOTE:- The final merit list will be prepared after the completion of interview.

NABARD Grade A Syllabus :

Knowledge of the syllabus makes the preparation effective and efficient as it shows a definite direction to march on. To know detailed phase wise syllabus and exam pattern, Read article on NABARD Grade A syllabus and exam pattern.

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