NABARD Assistant Manager Gr A & B Syllabus & Exam Pattern 2016

By | 2016/03/02

NABARD (National Bank for Agriculture And Rural Development) has depicted a staffing notification to appoint applicant at the position of Assistant Manager (AM) Grade “A” and Grade “B”. Applicants who have completed their graduation or post-graduation in the relevant discipline have applied for the position must be looking for its syllabus and exam pattern which is going to be followed in the examination. The exam will be conducted in two phases i.e. objective type in the paper I and conventional for paper II. So, the applicant has to prepare for the exam accordingly.

NABARD Assistant Manager Gr A & B Exam Pattern:

Question paper-I comprises of Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ) carrying 200 marks. The total duration of the objective paper I will be of 130 Minutes. Brief details according to subject asked is stated below:

i) Quantitative Aptitude – 50 marks
ii) Reasoning – 50 marks
iii) English Language– 30 marks
iv) Computer Awareness – 30 marks
v) General Awareness – 40 marks

Question paper II – Main Examination (Descriptive)

  • It will be conventional type consists of General English: (Common for AM (RDBS), AM (Rajbhasha), AM (Legal) and Manager (RDBS).
  • Questions paper consists of 100 marks and total duration will be of 3 hrs.
  • The logical and drafting ability of the applicant shall be evaluated from the Descriptive English paper. It consists of essay writing, report writing, comprehension, Letter writing and paragraph writing.



Numerical Ability:

Simplification, Number System, Average, Percentages, Square and Cube Roots, Time & Work, Variations, Area, Profit & Loss, Chain Rule, Simple & Compound Interest, Time & Speed, Investment, Logarithm, Problem On Ages, Bar Graph, Pictorial Graph, Volume and surface area of solid, Pie Chart, Clock, Data Interpretation, Number Systems, Calendar, Algebra, Geometry, Area and Perimeter , Trigonometry, Statistical Charts.


Problem Solving, Analytical Reasoning, Decision Making, Visual Memory, Judgment, Problem Solving, Syllogistic Reasoning, Linear Arrangements, Visual Memory, Judgment, Complex Arrangement Test, Non-Verbal Series, Analogies, Clocks & Calendars, Data Sufficiency, Coding-Decoding, Directions on-Verbal Series, Analogies, Clocks & Calendars, Series, Alphabet Test, Statement-Assumption, Directions, Cubes and Dice, Mirror Images, Statement-Conclusion, Number Ranking, Arrangements, Blood Relations, Statement Action etc.

General Knowledge/Current Affairs

National & International Current Affairs, Books and Authors, Budget and Five Year Plans, Calendar, Important Financial & Economic News, Currencies, Sports, Awards and Honors, Fashion, Abbreviations, Important Days, Famous Places,  Science – Inventions & Discoveries, Trade Awareness, International & National Organizations, Countries & Capitals, Music, Religions etc.


Verb, Subject-Verb Agreement, One-word substitution, Sentence Rearrangement, Comprehension, Tenses, Para completion,  Grammar, Adverb, Unseen Editorial, Articles, Error spotting, Cloze Test,  Vocabulary, Fillers, Synonyms, Idioms & Phrases, Antonyms etc.

Computer Knowledge:

Computer Architect, Operating System, MS Office Package, Internet Practice, Logic Gates

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