NABARD Assistant Manager Admit Card 2017
NABARD Assistant Manager Admit Card 2017: National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development is currently issuing the NABARD Assistant Manager Admit Card to candidates who have previously applied for the 115 vacancies of Assistant Managers (Grade ‘A’) and Managers (Grade ‘B’). Candidates are required to check the official website of NABARD Assistant Manager and download the Hall Ticket/admit card for the examination.
Candidates, who wish to take the Preliminary Examination, to be on 15th May 2017, are instructed to get their NABARD Call Letter now. Applicants may go through the official page to get complete details. The scheme of examination as arrived by the executive committee has been delineated.
Procedure to download the NABARD admit card 2017:
- Candidates should go to official site of National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development that is www.nabard.org or http://ibps.sifyitest.com/nabardammar16/cloea_may16/login.php?appid=dcecb63e5c9a3b6a4b29469f6a92c5ff
- Click the ‘career’ tab that is shown on top menu bar.
- Choose given link and a new page will open, which would ask for the password, and date of birth of the candidate.
- Password is generated generated at the time of registration and displayed on the screen. These are also sent to the candidate immediately upon successful registration, by way of auto generated email acknowledgement, at the email address registered by him.
- Candidates are required to check their email for their passwords.
- Internet based Call letter download depends on various factors like Internet Speed, large number of Applicants trying to download the Call Letter at the same time etc. Therefore, if you are not able to download the Call Letter immediately, please retry after a gap of 5 minutes or during off-peak hours during the night.
- Candidates must maintain the password and other instructions mailed to them during the application process.
- Candidates are required to wait for some time, if the server is busy for downloading the admit card and can proceed to the examination centres on the stipulated date.
Scheme of Preliminary Examination:
|Part||Paper (MCQ (Multiple Choice)||Marks||Duration|
|Part I||Test of Reasoning||40||120 Minutes|
|Part II||Eco. & Social issues||25|
|Agri. & Rural Dev||25|
The duration of the examination is 120 minutes; however the individual is expected to be present at the venue 180 minutes including the time required for logging in, collection of the Call Letters, and providing instruction to candidates.
The language of test will be in English or Hindi. Any questions can be attempted within the stipulated time of 120 minutes.
All the questions will have multiple choices. Out of the five answers to a question only one will be the correct answer. You have to select the most appropriate answer and ‘mouse click’ that alternative which you feel is appropriate/ correct. The alternative/ option that you have clicked on will be treated as your answer to that question.
A penalty for wrong answers marked. For every wrong answer marked by you, 1/4th of the marks assigned to that question will be deducted as penalty.
The Scores of Online Examination will be obtained by adopting the following procedure : (i) the questions answered correctly by a candidate in each objective test is considered for arriving at the Corrected Score after applying penalty for wrong answers.
Cut off scores are reported in total in the form of decimal points and the scores are rounded to zero on lower ends.
Note: Cutoffs may be applied in two stages : (i) On scores in individual tests (ii) On Total Score. In the actual examination you will find questions of a higher difficulty level on some or all of these types and also questions on the types not mentioned here.
- Candidates are required to apply separately for multiple application to be
- The candidates must logout and login multiple times and leave a gap of 15 minutes before a fresh application is logged in.
Fees for applications as are to be paid separately and the challans are to be retained separately.
- The qualification for Grade `B’ position is notified as a First Class Bachelor’s degree carrying 60% in aggregate. As Universities award first class above 60%, the requirement for application is 60% and all the candidates having 60% marks in aggregate or all semesters / years or above will be able to apply for the post.
- The educational qualifications should be as indicated in our advertisement from a recognized University detailed as under.
All educational qualifications should have been obtained from Universities / institutions incorporated by an Act of Central or State legislature in India or other educational institutions established by an Act of Parliament or declared to be deemed as a University under Section – 3 of UGC Act 1956 or possess an equivalent qualification.
- In the advertisement, the qualification mentioned is Bachelor’s degree in different disciplines. The disciplines given like Agriculture, Commerce, Science, Arts are to be indicated. The degree can be in any of the disciplines from a recognized university as stated in the application form.
- The candidates should possess the prescribed qualification as on 31 January 2016. The candidates who are likely to get their degrees or other qualifications after the above cut-off date are not eligible.
- As regards experience, the same has been withdrawn for the Grade `B’ post, for Grade `A Post, it is not essential and makes the candidate eligible for a certain relaxation in age. 8. The Preliminary Exam for the Grade `A’ and `B’ posts is common and will be conducted on the same date to be intimated separately. All of the above clarifications are subject to the detailed provisions in our Advertisement No.6/Grade A&B/2016-17 and corrigendum dated 06 April 2017.