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NABARD Development Assistant Pre Result, Mains Admit card 2018
On 10th October 2018, National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development or NABARD released the admit card and pre-exam result for the Development Assistant for mains examination, on its official website nabard.org.NABARD Development Assistant Mains Exam will be on 21st October, 2018. The total time of mains examination will be 90 minutes for objective tests and 30 minutes for the descriptive test. The mains examination will have objective type questions carrying 200 marks - 150 questions i.e 30 questions from Reasoning, 30 Questions from Aptitude, 50 questions from General Awareness, 40 questions from computer knowledge.
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NABARD Admit Card 2018 for Development Assistant Prelims Released:On 19th September 2018, National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development or NABARD has released the admit card or call letter for the Development Assistant prelims examination, on its official website nabard.org. NABARD Development Assistant Prelims Examination will be held in Online mode on September 29, 2018. The total time for the test is 60 minutes. The preliminary examination will have 100 objective type questions carrying 100 marks - 40 questions from English Language, 30 from reasoning and 30 from numerical ability. Online registration for NABARD Development Assistant 2018 recruitment was open till September 12, 2018, for 62 vacancies across India. Candidates who are successfully submitted their online application form for NABARD Development Assistant 2018 prelims Exam can now download their Call letter from the direct official link provided below:
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NABARD 2018 Admit Card For Grade A Prelims Exam Released:NABARD Grade A 2018 Prelims Exam Admit Cards have been released on the official website of the bank. Prelims examination for the recruitment to the post of Assistant Manager in Grade 'A' (RDBs) 2018 will be held on May 19, 2018. The last date for downloading the NABARD Grade A 2018 Prelims Exam Admit Card is 19 - 05 - 2018. Candidates can download the NABARD Grade A 2018 Prelims Exam from the direct official link provided below:
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NABARD Admit Card for Grade A and B Mains Exam released:On August 18, 2017, National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development (NABARD) has released the Mains Exam Admit Card for the posts of Assistant Manager in ‘Grade ‘A’ (General & Specialised Disciplines) and Manager in Grade ‘B’ (General & Agriculture) in the Rural Development Banking Service (RDBS). Candidates those who qualified in NABARD Grade A and B Prelims Exam can download their call letter for Mains Exam in online mode only. Check your NABARD Result for Grade A and B Prelims Phase now.
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Download NABARD Grade B Mains Exam Admit Card.
NABARD Grade B Mains Exam will be conducted in two sessions ie., Morning and Afternoon on August 30, 2017. Two papers will be held in Morning Session and the third paper will be held in Afternoon Session. Candidates have to download separate call letters for each session.
Details required for downloading NABARD Admit Card:For Downloading NABARD Admit Card, Candidates need to enter the following details in the appropriate boxes in the given link:
- Choose the Language either English or Hindi.
- Your Registration number given during application form submission (or) Roll Number given for Prelims Examination
- Password (or) your Date of Birth as entered during online application stage.
Documents to be submitted at the time of NABARD Exam along with NABARD Admit Card:First the Candidate have to paste the self-attested photograph on the appropriate space provided in the NABARD Admit Card. Along with the NABARD Admit Card, Candidate must carry two passport size photographs along with any one of the following photo identity proof (in original as well as photocopy) such as
- Adhar card
- PAN card
- Driving Licence
- Voter’s card
- Identity card issued by school or college/gazetted officer
NABARD Admit Card for Grade A and B Prelims Exam:On 18th July 2017, National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development (NABARD) has released the Prelims Exam Admit Card for the posts of Assistant Manager in ‘Grade ‘A’ (General & Specialised Disciplines) and Manager in Grade ‘B’ (General & Agriculture) in the Rural Development Banking Service (RDBS). Candidates can download their call letter for Prelims Exam in online mode only. The NABARD Grade A and B Online Prelims Exam will be conducted on 05th and 06th August 2017 respectively.
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NABARD Grade A and B Vacancies:The Vacancies under NABARD Grade A post ie., RURAL DEVELOPMENT BANKING SERVICE (RDBS) - Assistant Managers in Grade ‘A’ is granted in the below table:
|Name of the Discipline||No. of
|Plantation and Horticulture||4|
|Water Resource Development & Management||4|
|TOTAL - -RDBS||91|
The Vacancies for the post of Manager in Grade ‘B’ in the Rural Development Banking Service (RDBS) in National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development (NABARD) is granted in the below table:
|S.NO||Post||Number of Vacancies||@ PWD|
NABARD Selection Procedure:NABARD Grade A and B Vacancies are filled through three stages of Selection process namely,
- Prelims Exam
- Mains Exam
NABARD Grade A and B Preliminary Exam Pattern:NABARD Grade A and B Prelims exam is conducted in online mode only. NABARD Prelims exam comprises of 200 multiple choice questions under 7 main subject Tests. Total marks allotted for NABARD Prelims exam is 200 marks and Total Duration of NABARD Prelims exam is 120 mins (2 hours).
|S.No||Name of the Test||Number of Questions||Marks||Duration|
for all tests
|5||Economic & Social Issues||40||40|
|6||Agriculture & Rural Development||40||40|
NABARD Grade A and B Main Exam Pattern:NABARD Grade A and B Mains Examination will be online and will be a mix of MCQ and descriptive pattern. For Grade A posts, Mains Exam is conducted in two papers with total of 200 marks. For Grade B posts, Mains Exam is conducted in three papers with total of 300 marks.
NABARD Grade A Mains Exam Pattern:
|Paper||Type of Questions||Posts||Subjects||Marks||Duration|
|Paper I||Descriptive||Common to all posts||General English||100||1 hour 30 minutes|
|Economic & Social Issues
and Agriculture & Rural Development
(with focus on Rural India)
|100||1 hour 30 minutes|
|For all other posts||Paper on related discipline||100||1 hour 30 minutes|
NABARD Grade B Mains Exam Pattern:
|Paper||Type of Questions||Subjects||Marks||Duration|
|Paper I||Descriptive||General English||100||1 hour 30 minutes|
|Paper II||MCQ||Economic and Social Issues and Agri. and
Rural Development (with focus on Rural India)
for General Posts and
Agriculture for candidates applying for Manager (RDBS) Agriculture Post
|100||1 hour 30 minutes|
|Paper III||MCQ||Development Economics, Statistics, Finance & Management||100||1 hour 30 minutes|
Interview marks for NABARD Grade A posts are 25 Marks and that for NABARD Grade B posts are 40 Marks.
NABARD Final Selection for Grade A and B posts:
NABARD Grade A and B Prelims Exam marks are not considered for final selection of candidates, however it is only qualifying nature for attending Mains exam. Only Mains Exam marks and Interview marks will be considered for final merit listing. Candidates should secure high score in the both Mains Exam and interview, so that they will be shortlisted for subsequent provisional allotment process.