NABARD Recruitment 2019 Prelims | Last Minute Preparation Tips

Dear Aspirants,


NABARD the prestigious government organization stands for National bank for agriculture and rural development. The name itself has the attraction and the students from agriculture, as well as basic science students, wait for it eagerly. This year also NABARD as released the vacancies for the Assistant Manager Grade A & Manager Grade B in the Rural Development Banking Services (RDBS). 

There are 2 posts in NABARD recruitment 2019:
Assistant Manager in Grade ‘A’
Manager in Grade ‘B’ (General)
A total of 87 posts are released in NABARD recruitment 2019. There are 79 vacancies of Assistant Manager Grade – A and only 8 vacancies for Manager Grade – B
The selection for both the posts of NABARD 2019 will be done through a three-tiered process that will include:
Phase I – Preliminary Examination (Objective)
Phase II – Main Examination (Objective + Descriptive)
Phase III – Interview

 Phase I that is prelims of Grade A Assistant Manager will be on 15/16 of June and the Manager Grade – B is due for 16th June. We all expect a great deal from all the aspirants because we know you are doing your best and will not stop until you succeed.
In order to boost and encourage this dedication of yours, we are providing you with some last minute tips. We hope that you follow them precisely and score the best. Starting with the subjects:
i) Test of Reasoning –  20 marks
Reasoning remains the same for every examination. The subject that will either help you to score well enough or will make you sweat. But everything is achievable with good practice. 
ii) English Language – 40 marks. 
This language subject is nerve-wracking for some students. We would suggest you follow the study plan that will be provided by bankersadda and keep your focus on the vocabulary.
iii) Computer Knowledge – 20 marks
The computer is a subject that is not very much familiar among students. You will have to focus on each of the topics very carefully, as it is of 20 marks which can decide the fate of the aspirants.
iv) General Awareness – 20 marks
General awareness depends on each student caliber how much he or she is up to date about the current scenario of the world around us. Go through the current affairs quiz which is provided daily on bankersadda.
v) Quantitative Aptitude – 20 marks
Quantitative Aptitude is in your hands. Practice each day and do not skip any topic, even if it gives you chills. This subject already takes your time and tests your patience so do not show your back to it and face it like a warrior as you have to clear this exam.
vi) Economic & Social Issues (with focus on Rural India) –40 marks
This subject is particular for NABARD students. This might sound frightening but don’t worry we will be providing you with notes for last minute preparation material soon, with all the important data and topics.
vii) Agriculture & Rural Development (with focus on Rural India) – 40 marks
As the name already includes the word rural, this job is set for the development of rural areas and people connected to the rural areas. We can never ignore this sector and this institution is dedicated to the upliftment of the rural areas. So you need to emphasize on this subject with great dedication.
Duration of complete examination will be of 120 Minutes and the composite time will be of total 200 marks.

So keep your focus on the goal and be constant on revision. We wish you all the very best.