NABARD Assistant Manager Exam Analysis, Review 2018: 19th May- Shift 2

NABARD Assistant Manager Exam Analysis, Review 2018: 19th May- Shift 1

NABARD Assistant Manager Exam Analysis 2018:

NABARD Assistant Manager Prelims Exam has conducted its online examination today, and the second shift is over now. This Computer Based Test was conducted by NABARD  to select candidates for the post of Assistant Manager. After NABARD Assistant Manager Prelims 2018 Shift-II is over, aspirants must be eager to know about the Examination's level, types of questions asked.

This article will give you the opportunity to analyze the NABARD Assistant Manager 2018 exam and question asked in the Test of Reasoning, English Language, Computer Knowledge, General Awareness, Quantitative Aptitude, Economic & Social Issues (with focus on Rural India), Agriculture &  Rural Development (with focus on Rural India).  After critical analysis and review given by candidates who have appeared for the second shift, we would say that this year's NABARD Assistant Manager Prelims Shift-2 examination was of an Easy to Moderate level.  There were no changes in Quantitative Aptitude, Reasoning Ability and English Language as are expected in many banking exams. 

NABARD Assistant Manager Prelims Exam Analysis: Overall 

The Online Examination constituted of an objective test which had seven sections namely Test of Reasoning, English Language, Computer Knowledge, General Awareness, Quantitative Aptitude, Economic & Social Issues (with focus on Rural India), Agriculture &  Rural Development (with focus on Rural India). The objective test had a composite time of 120 minutes for all seven sections. 


Subjects Good Attempts
Test of Reasoning 13-16
English Language 28-32
Computer Knowledge 15-17
General Awareness 12-15
 Quantitative Aptitude 12-15
Economic & Social Issues (with focus on Rural India) 22-25
Agriculture & Rural Development (with focus on Rural India) 13-18
Overall 122-135

Reasoning ( Easy)

There were 2 sets of puzzles and Seating Arrangement which are given below:-
  • Parallel Seating Arrangement 
  • Month and Dates based puzzles

Topic No. of Questions Level
Puzzle and Seating Arrangement 11 Easy-Moderate
Alphabets Rearrangement 1 Easy
Direction and Distance 2 Easy
Syllogism 4 Easy
Inequalities 2 Easy
Total 20 Easy

Quantitative Aptitude ( Easy-Moderate)

There was 1 set of Tabular Data Interpretation.

Topic No. of Questions Level
Data Interpretation 5 Easy-Moderate
Simplification  5 Easy-Moderate
Quantity1 Quantity 2 3 Easy-Moderate
Data Sufficiency  5Moderate
Ratio and Proportion 2 Moderate
Total 20 Easy-Moderate

English Language ( Moderate)

The level of this section was moderate in comparison with the rest of the examination. There was 1 set of Reading Comprehension based on Mental Health Illness. 

Topic No. of Questions Level
Reading Comprehension 10 Moderate
Cloze Test 10 Moderate
Error Detection  5 Moderate  
Double Fillers 5 Moderate  
Sentence Improvement 5 Easy-Moderate  
Parajumbles 5 Easy-Moderate  
Total 40 Moderate

Computer Knowledge 
The questions asked in Computer Knowledge were easy. The questions were based on basics of computer, i.e, DBMS, MS Office, Internet, Network etc.  

General Awareness
Overall the section was easy. there were questions from current affairs, static awareness.  Overall, the section was of easy to moderate level.

Economic & Social Issues
Overall the section was of moderate level. there were questions from schemes, abbreviations, etc. 


Agriculture & Rural Development
Candidates had to struggle with this section as it was bit difficult compared to other sections. There were questions from crops, soils, Cultivation, weather, Rainfall and Schemes for Rural Development.

All the best for the results!!

      
    

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