NABARD Asst Manager Syllabus National Bank for Agriculture & Rural Development Syllabus

NABARD Selection Process

  • Prelims
  • Mains
  • Interview

NABARD Prelims Exam Pattern

Part IExam Duration
S. NoName of SubjectMaximum Marks2 Hours (120 Minutes)
01.Quantitative Aptitude30
02.Computer Knowledge20
03.General Awareness20
04.Test of Reasoning40
05.English Language40
Part II
06.Economic & Social Issues25
07.Agriculuture & Rural Development25
Total200

NABARD Mains Exam Pattern

S. NoPaperMaximum MarksDuration
01.Paper I1001 hr 30 min.
02.Paper II1001 hr 30 min.
03.Paper III (Only for Mangers)1001 hr 30 min.

NABARD Grade A Syllabus – NABARD Asst Manager Syllabus

Section I: NABARD Economics Syllabus

  • Money and Banking.
  • Economics of Development and Planning.
  • International Economics.
  • Macro Economics.
  • Micro Economics.

Section II: National Bank for Agriculture & Rural Development Syllabi – Agriculture Economics

  • Basic principles of Farm Management.
  • Role of Agriculture in Economic Development.
  • Factor Market – Land Market, Labour Market, including wages and capital Market.
  • Agricultural Marketing, Agricultural Prices and Terms of Trade.
  • Rural Credit Structure – Formal and Informal, Capital Formation in Agriculture.
  • Development Programmes including Poverty Alleviation and Rural Employment.
  • Agricultural Policy and Planning.

Section III – NABARD 2017 Syllabus Elementry Statistics for Economics

  • Measures of central tendency and dispersion- correlation, regression, Time-series analysis and index number
  • Theory of Probability, Sampling theory, Sampling Design and its application.
  • Statistical Inference and Estimation, Statistical Tools and their Application in Economic Analysis and Input – Output Analysis.

NABARD Manager Grade B Syllabus

Paper I

NABARD English Syllabus

  • Essay.
  • Phrase writing.
  • Comprehension and Business/Office Correspondence.

Paper II

  • Section I –Economics & Social Issues Syllabus:
  • Section II – Agriculture
    • Soil and Water Conservation.
    • Water Resource.
    • Farm and Agri Engineering.
    • Plantation & Horticulture.
    • Animal Husbandry.
    • Fisheries.
    • Forestry.
    • Agricultural extensions.
    • Ecology and Climate Change.
  • Rural Development
    • The concept of Rural Area.
    • Rural population in India.
    • Panchayati Raj Institutions.
    • Rural Credit System.

Part III

  • Development Economics.
  • Statistics.
  • Finance.
  • Management.
    • Leadership.
    • Human Resource Development.
    • Communication.

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