NABARD Grade A, B exam 2021 is scheduled to be held on September 17 and September 18, 2021, respectively. The examination is going to be conducted in multiple shifts across different test centres pan India. With only 3 days left for the exam, candidates must follow a revision guide that helps them in cracking the exam easily.
The NABARD Grade A, B admit card for aspirants was already made available on the official website, nabard.org, on September 1, 2021. Candidates can look at it to find out where the test will be held and what time.
NABARD Grade A, B preliminary exams will be conducted online for 120 minutes and it is the same for both posts. The 200 questions in the exam will be based on a total of eight subjects viz. test of reasoning, English language, quantitative aptitude, decision making, computer knowledge, general awareness, Eco & Soc. issues (with focus on rural India), and agriculture & rural development with emphasis on rural India. Each correct answer will fetch 1 mark and there will be a deduction of 0.25 marks for each wrong answer. The first five subjects are qualifying in nature and only the marks of the remaining subjects will be considered for preparing the merit list.
Revision guide for NABARD Grade A, B 2021 exam
The candidates aspiring to work as Grade A or B officers in NABARD can inculcate the following revision tips just before the exam:
#1 Follow the NABARD syllabus and prepare for each topic and subject accordingly. The candidates should give more importance to the general awareness, Eco & Soc. issues (with focus on rural India), and agriculture & rural development section. The reason being marks scored in these subjects will be used to prepared the merit list.
#2 Practice questions of the quantitative aptitude section on a regular basis. Try to practice all the formulas relevant for the examination. Pay more attention to the data interpretation section as maximum questions are asked from this section only.
#3 Take up the previous year’s papers of NABARD Grade A, B and mark important puzzles and seating arrangement topics. The reasoning is one of the trickiest sections and more emphasis should be given to logical and critical reasoning.
#4 Study with short notes made during the preparation days to tackle the last moment revision for the theoretical subjects. As mentioned earlier, the marks scored in these subjects will be considered for final selection. Hence, candidates need to revise these subjects very carefully.
#5 Follow a well-drafted strategy while attempting the NABARD Grade A, B mock test. There is no pre-determined sectional order hence, candidates must follow their own order. They must begin with the easy section first and then move on to the tougher sections.