NABARD Grade A Eligibility, Notification, Admit Card, Apply Online & Salary
Today I was thinking about all the fun times I had during my college. I did my graduation from Hindu College, University of Delhi.
Delhi University not only gives you the freedom to study different subjects and be with people from different cultures. It gives you enough freedom to explore yourself.
Most of the colleges in India are so tightly packed that you don’t get enough time to explore your hobbies.
Well, it gave me enough time to learn ukulele and explore biking as a hobby. I like biking so much that I take a trip once in a while.
I went to Leh & Spiti some years back. It was a solo trip with some people I met in Manali. We continued our journey together from there.
You must be wondering why I am telling all of this to you when you want to know about NABARD Grade A Exam.
Don’t worry. I will connect the context soon.
While I was making a booking for the Leh trip, I got to know that they had very few seats and those seats fill very fast, so it was really difficult to buy the slot.
It is not a first come first serve basis in NABARD too.
That would be so messy, right?
You get very few vacancies in comparison to the huge number of applicants.
I will be taking you through the NABARD Grade A journey and we will start with vacancies of the exam. Also, I will be covering some of the important parts of the exam.
2.2 Age Eligibility
3.3 Salary Slip
6. Apply Online
6.1 Application Fees
6.2 Important Dates
7. Admit Card
8. Exam Centres
NABARD Grade A 2020 Vacancies
NABARD has been posting vacancies from the last few years in different streams and they have been increasing the number of vacancies every year.
You will be shocked to see how organized they are in terms of vacancies. You have separate vacancies for Legal stream, agriculture stream, engineering stream, and a few other streams.
Let us talk about the NABARD Grade A 2020 vacancies right away.
|POST / DISCIPLINE||UR||SC||ST||OBC||EWS||TOTAL||PWD|
|Food/ Dairy Processing||1||-||1||1||-||3|
|Land Development - Soil Science||1||1||1||-||-||3|
|Agriculture Marketing/Agribusiness Management||1||-||-||1||-||2|
|Human Resource Management||1||-||-||1||1||3|
|Assitant Manager (RDBS) - Total||51||19||13||40||16||139||4|
Coming back to my Leh story.
After I finally got the seat on time, I came to know that I was not eligible to go for the trip as I don’t own a Royal Enfield Bullet.
So, I took one on rent and went with a local group and not with the Royal Enfield group. It was heartbreaking then but now when I look back, I see how fun that trip was.
This is the reason why I ask all my students to go through the eligibility before going through vacancies. I have seen students who start preparing for the exam and later find out that they are not eligible for the exam.
I have mentioned the NABARD Grade A education qualifications, age relaxations, and everything related to it below.
NABARD Grade A Eligibility Criteria 2020
The eligibility of NABARD Grade A is not that tough when we compare it with all the other government exams in India.
It gives you a chance to make your dreams come true without judging you on the basis of your past educational qualifications. So let’s jump right in.
NABARD Grade A Eligibility Criteria: Educational Qualifications
a) You can apply for only one discipline in NABARD Grade A (RDBS/ Rajbhasha/ Legal). In case you apply for multiple disciplines, only the last application submitted will be considered valid and fees against all other applications will be forfeited. I have mentioned all the different disciplines in the vacancy section above.
b) If your final year/semester results have been declared on or after 02 May 2019, you are not eligible to apply for the exam.
|Post||Minimum Education Qualification|
|General||You should have 50% marks in 10th, 12th and graduation. Many students ask if 50% marks in graduation should be in each semester or average. Well, relax. It’s an average of all semesters. NABARD also provides a relaxation to students from SC, ST and OBC category. Also, You need 45% marks in your graduation if you are from any of the categories above.
You should be a Chartered Accountant /Cost Accountant / Company Secretary with a Bachelor’s degree.
You should have a Two-year full-time P.G. Diploma in Management /full-time MBA degree from Institutions recognized by GOI UGC with a Bachelor’s Degree in any discipline.