NABARD Grade B Coaching in Mumbai

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About NABARD Grade B Exam:

Full exam name: National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development Exam.

NABARD Grade B Exam
NABARD Grade B

Administered by: National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development (NABARD)

The National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development (NABARD) conducts the NABARD Grade B Recruitment process once in a year. The candidate can apply for the post of Grade B Managers. The Candidates will have to undergo a proper selection process divided into three steps (stage) namely: Prelims exam, Mains exam, and a Personal Interview session.

The NABARD Grade B officers get more salary, allowances and more perks. The career growth opportunities or the chances to get the promotion to the next level are open.

There are two Grades in NABARD namely NABARD Grade A and NABARD Grade B. NABARD Grade A exam is for the post of Assistant Manager whereas NABARD Grade B exam is for the post of Manager. But Grade A and Grade B differences go far beyond just the title of the job.

NABARD Grade B Highlights:

Conducted by National Bank of Agriculture and Rural Development
Exam Name RDBS (Recruitment to the post of Officers in Grade ‘B’)
Name of the post Manager of Grade B
Exam level National
Exam Frequency Once a year
Selection process §  Preliminary exam

§  Mains exam

§  Interview

Mode of Application Online
Application fee INR 900
Official Website www.nabard.org

NABARD Grade B Eligibility:

Educational Qualifications:

  • Post graduation in any subject from any recognized university with 60 per cent (55 per cent for SC/PWBD). Candidates should have a minimum 60 per cent in Class 10, 12, Graduation and PG, MBA/PGDM at all levels or a minimum 60 per cent or equivalent in Class 10, 12, Graduation, PG, and Professional degree (CA/CS/CWA) or a minimum of 60 per cent or equivalent in Class 10, 12, graduation. PG and PhD.
  • Candidates must have experience of three years (SC/PWBD is two years) in related sectors such as Banking, Finance, Agriculture & Allied, and Rural Development.

Age limit

  • Candidates between 25 and 32 years

Age Relaxation

Category Age Relaxation
SC/ST 5 years
OBC 3 years
PWD 10 years
Persons with Disabilities (SC/ST) 15 years

NABARD Grade B Exam Pattern:

Prelims Exam Pattern:

Subjects Total Marks Duration
English language 40  

 

 

2 hours

Reasoning ability 20
Quantitative ability 20
General awareness 20
Computer 20
Economic and social affairs 40
Agriculture and rural development 40
Total 200

Mains Exam Pattern:

Paper Grade A Type of Paper No. of Questions Marks Duration
Paper I General English Online descriptive 3 100 90 Minutes
Paper II  

Economic and Social Issues & Agriculture and Rural Development (ESI & ARD)

Objective 30 50 30 Minutes
Descriptive Type 6 questions will be asked, of which candidates will be required to attempt 4 questions (2 of 15 marks each (with difficulty level) and 2 of 10 marks each] 50 90 Minutes
Total 100 120 Minutes
Paper III   Objective 30 50 30 Minutes
Development Economics, Statistics, Finance and Management Descriptive type 6 questions will be asked, of which candidates will be required to attempt 4 questions (2 of 15 marks each and 2 of 10 marks each) 50 90 Minutes
Total 100 120 Minutes