NABARD Grade A Exam Analysis 2022: Questions Asked, Difficulty Level, Good Attempts

NABARD Grade A Exam Analysis 2022: Questions Asked, Difficulty Level, Good Attempts

ByAkash Mishra  |  Updated on: Nov 16, 2021
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NABARD Grade A Exam Analysis 2021

NABARD Grade A Exam Analysis 2021: The subject-matter experts of Byju's Exam Prep have shared the Nabard Grade A 2021 mains exam analysis after the exam is conducted successfully at all test centers. The NABARD Grade A mains exam analysis is shared on the basis of the feedback received by the candidates who will appear for the examination.

NABARD Grade A 2021 mains exam is scheduled to be conducted on 16th September 2021 in two different shifts all across the country. Thus, students who are going to appear for the examination can have a look at the previous year's NABARD Grade A 2021 exam analysis to understand the strategy of the exam.

NABARD Grade A previous year exam analysis will help you discover the difficulty level of the exam along with the types of questions asked and the weightage of each topic. With the help of NABARD Grade A previous year exam analysis, you can easily get a clear picture of the examination and build a smart strategy in order to score more marks in the NABARD Grade A mains 2021 exam. Stay tuned for more updates.

NABARD Grade A Exam Analysis 2021: Key Highlights

NABARD Grade A 2021 exam highlights have been shared by the subject matter experts after the completion of the examination. As we mentioned in the NABARD Grade-A Exam analysis, the exam did not throw any major surprises. The level of the overall exam was moderate. Check below the major points for the NABARD Grade A mains exam -

Section-Wise Highlights -

  • Paper 1 - Essay and precise writing topics were of easy to moderate level.
  • Economic & Social Issues - The level of this section falls under the category of difficulty. This was proved to be the toughest of all.
  • Agriculture & Rural Development - This section was moderate for the students.

Level of the sections -

  • Tough - Economic & Social Issues
  • Easy to Moderate - Essay and precise writing, Agriculture & Rural Development

NABARD Grade A Mains Exam Analysis 2021

Check here the section-wise NABARD Grade A mains exam analysis to understand the questions asked in the mains exam.

1. NABARD Grade A Mains Exam Review 2021: Descriptive English

  • The overall difficulty level was easy to moderate.
  • Essay, letter, and precise writings were asked.

Essay topics asked( word limit: 300 words)

  • Dropouts in schools: Causes and prevention
  • Workplace diversity and how to promote it
  • Role of social media platforms for farmers' benefit
  • Contribution of tourism to the Indian economy

Precise writing topics asked( word limit: 120 words)

  • Relationship between uncertainty and distress

Letter writing topics asked( No word limit)

  • Write a letter to your Block Officer regarding the pitiful situation in your area.
  • Write a letter to change the address for credit card delivery.
  • Write a letter to your local newspaper about the development of sports infrastructure in the country for future Olympians.

2. NABARD Grade A Mains Exam Review 2021: Economics & Social Issue

  • Will be updated soon.

3. NABARD Grade A Mains Exam Review 2021: Agriculture & Rural Development

  • Will be updated soon.

NABARD Grade A Prelims Exam Review 2021 (Section-wise)

1. NABARD Grade-A Prelims 1st Shift Review: Reasoning Ability

  • The overall difficulty level was easy to moderate level.

Name of the topic

Topic Details

Puzzles & Seating Arrangements

  • Circular - 1
  • Dual row - 4
  • Floor - 1
  • Scheduling - 4
  • Single row - 5

Inequality

  2Q

Direction sense

 2Q

Syllogism

  2-3Q

2. NABARD Grade-A Prelim 1st Shift Review: Quantitative Aptitude

  • The overall level of the section was easy to moderate level.

Topic Name

Topic Details and no of questions

Wrong Number Series

  • Number of Questions: 3

Arithmetic Questions

  • Number of Questions: 6-7(SI-CI, boat & stream, mensuration, average, age

Simplification-approximation

  • Number of questions: 5-6

DI

Tabular with 5 questions

3. NABARD Grade-A Shift 1 Review 2021: English Language

The overall difficulty level of the English section was easy to moderate level with questions from reading comprehension, error spotting.

4. NABARD Grade-A Shift 1 Review 2021: General Awareness (Merit section)

The level of General Awareness was easy to moderate. 4-5 questions were asked from the static part and most of the questions were from the last 6 months current affairs Some of the questions asked in this section are presented below:

  • Kyoto, Paris agreement
  • Tourism day
  • Mission domination book author
  • Bharat series
  • Renounced personality
  • Indo-Nepal remittance 

5. NABARD Grade-A Shift 1 Review 2021: Computer Awareness

The Computer Awareness level was easy. There were questions from computer generation, Internet, RAM/ROM, file extension, full form, etc.

6. NABARD Grade-A Shift 1 Review 2021: Economic & Social Issue(Merit section)

The economic and Social Issue section was of moderate level. Most of the questions were asked from current affairs, Budget, economic survey, Govt. reports, and schemes. Some of the questions are given below:

  • MFI committee
  • Seed movement
  • 15th finance commission sub-committee report
  • Child marriage act
  • Women SHG
  • KUSUM Yojana
  • Beti-Bachao Beti padhao

7. NABARD Grade-A Shift 1 Review 2021: Agriculture & Rural Development(Merit section)

The level of Agriculture & Rural Development section was of moderate level. Questions were asked from the soil, irrigation, current affairs, recent Govt. schemes, and reports.

  • Soil moisture
  • Organic farming
  • Mix cropping
  • Medium irrigation
  • Fish processing

8. NABARD Grade-A Shift 1 Review 2021: Decision Making

10 questions were asked with easy to moderate levels.

NABARD Grade A Exam 2021: Number of Good Attempts

Good attempts are the number of questions attempted by the maximum number of students. Below you can have a look at the Nabard Grade A 2021 exam good attempts to understand the level of competition and have a clear picture of the cut off.

Section

Good attempts

Quantitative aptitude

 10-12

Logical Reasoning

 9-11

English Language

 17-20

Decision Making

 5-6

General Awareness

 13-14

Computer Awareness

 14-15

Economic & Social Issue

 23-28

Agriculture & Rural Development

 22-26

 

NABARD Grade A Expected Cut Off 2021

Name of the Section

Expected Cutoff

Quantitative Aptitude

-

Reasoning Ability

-

English Language

-

Computer Knowledge

-
General Awareness-
Economic and Social Issues-
Agriculture and Rural Development Section-
Total-

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