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NABARD 2020: Grade-A Mains Exam to be Heldin September

Pritam Kashyap
Pritam Kashyap
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National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development (NABARD) has announced the mains exam date for the post of Assistant Manager (Grade-A) on its official website. As per the NABARD Notice, the mains exam will be tentatively held in the first week of September. 

All those candidates who have qualified in the NABARD Assistant Manager Prelims 2020 Exam can appear in the mains exam.  

NABARD Grade-A Recruitment Exam: Important Dates 

Events 

Dates 

Start and end date for registration for NABARD Grade-A application form 

January 15- February 3, 2020 

NABARD Grade-A 2020 prelims exam 

February 25, 2020 

NABARD Grade-A 2020 prelims result 

March 24, 2020 

Notice for conducting NABARD Grade-A Mains Exam 

July 10, 2020 

NABARD Grade-A Mains Exam 

First week of September 2020 

However, NABARD Grade-A Mains Exam exact date is not yet announced. The bank will announce it due course. The candidates are advised to keep their eye on NABARD website nabard.org for Updates. 

NABARD Grade-A Mains Exam Pattern 

Particulars 

Details 

Paper 1 – General English 

Descriptive and of 1 ½ duration 

Paper 2- General Awareness 

MCQ and of 1 ½ duration 

Total marks 

Paper 1 – 100 

Paper 2 – 200 

The total duration of the mains exam is 3 hours. Each Paper of 100 Marks. There will be a penalty for wrong answers marked by the candidate. 1/4th  of the marks will be deducted for each wrong answer. 

The candidates who would qualify in the mains exam shall be called for the interview round. The final selection of the candidates will be done on the basis of their performance in the NABARD Phase 2 Main Examination and Interview, taken together. 

NABARD Grade-A Prelims Exam 2020 was conducted on 25 February 2020 at various exam centres. A total of 150 vacancies are available for recruitment to the post of Assistant Manager in Grade A (RDBS), Assistant Manager (Raj Bhasha) and Assistant Manager (Legal). 

Candidates who will take the mains exam are in the ratio of 1:25 while for the interview they are called in the ratio of 1:5. The exam is being held to fill at least 154 vacancies. 

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