The National Housing Board (NHB) has released the admit card for the written examination, which is to be conducted on February 27, 2022. Candidates can download their admit card from the official website of NHB, nhb.org.in. The exam is conducted to recruit candidates into the posts of Regional Manager, Deputy Manager and Assistant Manager into 19 vacancies.
How to download the NHB Admit card?
Step 1: Head to nhb.org.in
Step 2: Click on ‘Opportunities’ and select ‘Current Vacancies’.
Step 3: Click on ‘Recruitment of Officers in Various Scales – 2021’.
Step 4: Select the link to download e-call letter.
Step 5: Enter registration number and password.
Candidates will be able to view their admit card. It is mandatory to take a printed copy of the admit card to the exam hall. Candidates can find the exam centre details and exam time in the admit card.
Expected cut-off marks for NHB exam
Candidates can find the expected category-wise cut-off marks of the written examination here, which are based on the previous years’ exams.
NHB exam previous year question papers
Candidates can leverage the wide variety of internet resources to prepare for the exam. Many websites and YouTube channels offer sample questions, which will help the candidates prepare better for the exam. Candidates will understand the exam pattern, types of questions asked and the important questions.
NHB Sample questions can be found here!
The NHB exam result is expected to be released by April or May. Candidates who have applied for the posts of Deputy Manager and Assistant Manager will have to attempt the written exam and the interview rounds. Candidates who have applied for the post of Regional Manager will only have to appear for the Interview round.
NHB Written Exam Pattern
The exam is conducted in 5 sections which includes both objective and descriptive type questions. The total duration of the exam is 210 minutes and there are a total of 157 questions which carry 225 marks. There is a negative marking of 1/4th marks. Questions are asked from Reasoning and Computer Aptitude; General Awareness and Computer Knowledge; English language; Quantitative Aptitude; English Letter Writing and Essay writing.