NABARD Grade A Officer Exam Analysis 2020- Check Now

NABARD Grade A Officer Exam Analysis 2020
NABARD Grade A Officer Exam Analysis 2020

NABARD Grade-A Exam Analysis 2020 – Prelims Paper Pattern

Before moving ahead with the exam analysis, let us have a look at the exam pattern for the NABARD Grade A prelims phase.

SectionMarksTime
Test of Reasoning20120 minutes
English Language40
Computer Knowledge20
General Awareness20
Quantitative Aptitude20
Economic & Social Issues40
Agriculture & Rural Development40
Total200

NABARD Exam Analysis 2020: The online examination of NABARD Exam 2020 is over now. This article will provide you insights about the level of exam and types of questions asked in all the sections of NABARD Grade A Prelims 2020 like 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).

 

According to the expert analysis and review given by the students who have appeared for the examination, the overall level of the exam was Easy to Moderate.

NABARD Grade-A Exam Analysis 2020 Prelims 2020: Overall Attempts

SubjectsGood Attempts
Test of Reasoning14-16
English Language29-33
Computer Knowledge17-19
General Awareness10-13
Quantitative Aptitude15-18
Economic & Social Issues (with focus on Rural India)19-24
Agriculture & Rural Development (with focus on Rural India)18-22
Overall119-128


Reasoning Ability (Easy to Moderate)

 The overall level of the Reasoning Ability section was Easy to Moderate. There were 2 sets of Puzzles and Seating Arrangement which are given below:-

  • Circular Seating Arrangement- with cities and people
  • Linear Seating Arrangement – 8 people and colors

Data Sufficiency questions were based on Floor and Box based puzzles

TopicNo. of QuestionsLevel
Puzzle and Seating Arrangement08Easy-Moderate
Data Sufficiency02Easy-Moderate
Coding-Decoding05Easy-Moderate
Inequalities02Easy
Blood Relation03Easy
Total20Easy-Moderate


Quantitative Aptitude (Easy-Moderate)

 

The Quantitative Aptitude section was Easy to Moderate in nature. There was only 1 set of Data Interpretation having 6 questions- Tabular DI

TopicNo. of QuestionsLevel
Data Interpretation06Moderate
Missing Number Series04Easy
Quadratic Equation03Easy-Moderate
Mensuration01Easy-Moderate
Partnership01Easy
Time and Work01Easy
Profit and Loss01Easy-Moderate
Mixture and Allegation01Easy-Moderate
Miscellaneous02Easy-Moderate
Total20Easy-Moderate
 

English Language ( Moderate)
 
The level of the questions asked in the English Language section was also Easy to Moderate. In this exam, there were two sets of reading comprehension, where one RC was based on the theme of after retirement life of people and why they prefer to settle in suburban or rural areas post-retirement- 8 questions. And the other RC was based on an article on economy and business. The level of the economy-related RC was moderate when compared to the previous one which students reported was relatively easy.
 
Topic No. of Questions Level
Reading Comprehension 15 Moderate
Word Replacement 05 Easy
Fillers ( 3 Blank, 1 word) 05 Easy-Moderate
Sentence Rearrangement 05 Easy- Moderate
Error Detection 05 Easy- Moderate
Miscellaneous 05 Easy- Moderate
Total 40 Easy – Moderate
 
 
Computer Knowledge (Easy)
 
The level of the questions asked in this section was Easy. Candidates who have appeared for the examination have reported that those who have studied the basics of computer knowledge could easy attempt the questions as most of the questions were from direct definitions and examples. The following are some topics wich were covered in the computer section of NABARD Grade A 2020 Exam:
 
  • Example of Hardware
  • WAN
  • Internet
  • Input Output Device
  • LAN
  • Virus
  • SPAM and Email
  • Application Software

General Awareness, Economic & Social Issues, Agriculture & Rural Development

 

These were 3 separate sections in the NABARD Grade A Officer Exam and the level of GA was Easy and do-able whereas the level of Economic & Social Issues, Agriculture & Rural Development sections was moderate.

Students who have appeared in the examination have reported that in the General Awareness section most of the questions were from current affairs of recent months- Dec, Jan, and Feb.

Agricultural and Rural Development section had questions focusing on recently launched schemes or those in the news and a major focus was on rural India. The Economic and Social Issues section too had many questions focusing on the rural India as well as there were questions from GDP and Budget 2020.

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