NABARD Assistant Manager Exam Review & Analysis
NABARD Assistant Manager Exam Review & Analysis (Prelims) Grade A, B with Cutoff Marks. NABARD Asst Manager Exam Topics Review & Question Paper Analysis NABARD Official Website www.nabard.org.
NABARD Assistant Manager Prelims Review & Analysis
National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development (NABARD) successfully conducted Preliminary Online Examination for the recruitment of Assistant Manager in Grade `A’ (RDBS) and Manager in Grade `B’ (RDBS) posts on 15th May 2016 at various prearranged examination centre. A Huge number of Aspirants applied for the Posts and appeared in the Written Exam of Assistant Manager post GRADE “A”, “B”. Now All Candidates who had attend the exam are eagerly looking for the NABARD Assistant Manager Exam Review & Analysis with Cutoff Marks. Read Full Article for Complete Information
NABARD Assistant Manager Exam Review 2016
Name of the Organization: NABARD (National Bank for Agricultural and Rural Development)
Name of the Exam: Grade A & B Assistant Manager
Category: NABARD Assistant Manager Exam Review
Location: All over India
Schedule of Examination: 15th May 2016
Important Links: nabard.org
|The Preliminary Online Examination for the post of Assistant Manager (RDBS) in Grade A and Manager (RDBS) in Grade B as referred to in our Advt. No. 6/Grade A & B/2015-16 will be held on 15th May 2016 (Sunday) in the afternoon session.|
This Recruitment Examination will be held in three phases [Phase-I Preliminary Examination (Objective), Phase-II Main Examination (Descriptive and Objective) and Phase-III – Personal Interview]. Preliminary examination is only qualifying in nature and is meant to serve as a screening test. The candidates who qualify and rank sufficiently high as decided by the bank, shall be called for appearing in the Main Examination. Applicants qualifying in Phase-II Examination and securing sufficiently high rank in merit shall be shortlisted for Personal Interview.
Phase I – Preliminary Examination (on-line exam)
|Sr. No.||Name of the Test||No of Ques||Marks||Time|
|1||Economic & Social Issues||25||25||Composite
for all tests
|2||Agriculture & Rural Development||25||25|
There will be penalty for wrong answers marked by you. For every wrong answer marked by you, 1/4th of the marks assigned to that question will be deducted as penalty.
Here we have provided the sectional wise review of reasoning, English Language, Computer Knowledge, General Awareness, Quantitative aptitude, Economics and Social issues, Agriculture & Rural development with expected cutoff marks.
NABARD Assistant Manager & Manager Review & Analysis:
The examination has two parts. Part I is of 150 marks and Part II is for 50 marks. The following is the exam pattern.
Reasoning: 40 Marks
English Language: 40 Marks
Computer Knowledge: 20 Marks
General Awareness: 20 Marks
Quantitative aptitude: 30 Marks
Economics and Social issues: 25 Marks
Agriculture & Rural development: 25 Marks
NABARD Cutoff Marks 2016:
The cutoff marks for the NABARD prelims examination varies category wise and also depends on the total number of candidates appeared for the exam, difficulty level of the paper etc. Meanwhile, candidates can check the previous year cutoff marks here.
NABARD Prelims 2015 Cutoff Marks:
Assistant Manager Grade A:
Manager Grade A:
NABARD Assistant Manager & Manager Prelims Overall Analysis:
The overall NABARD review and analysis is moderate-difficult. Candidates who score above 110 can be qualified for the mains (Expected)
|Test of Reasoning||40||Moderate|
|Eco. & Social Issues||25||Moderate|
|Agriculture & Rural Dev||25||Easy to Moderate|
NABARD Sectional Wise Review:
The reasoning section is moderate to difficult and the aspirants can attempt the 20-25 questions in this section.
This section is little bit hard. Candidates who are preparing for the bank exams can attempt the maximum question. Overall candidate can attempt 10-15 questions.
This section is little bit easy. Aspirants can attempt 24-28 questions. This is the scoring section.
This is a moderate section. Overall candidate can attempt 10-12 questions.
The reasoning section is quite easy. Candidates can attempt more number of questions i.e; about 13-15.
Economic and Social Issues:
In this aspirants can attempt about 15-18 questions and is moderate.
Agriculture and rural Development:
This section is easy to moderate and the aspirant can attempt 18-20 questions.