NABARD Grade A & Grade B 2021: Dates & NABARD Interview Questions

by Pacific Business P. Commercial Property in Ghaziabad

NABARD Grade A & Grade B 2021: Dates & NABARD Interview Questions

Now, when it comes to the NABARD test dates for 2021, we know that the Grade A and Grade B Prelims exams were held on September 18th and 17th, respectively.

Following that, the NABARD Grade A and Grade B Phase 2 tests were held on November 16th and 17th, 2021.

After that, the NABARD Grade A and B Phase 2 results were announced on December 31, 2021, and it was announced that the interviews will be held in Video Conferencing mode at NABARD offices starting in the third or fourth week of January 2022.

I recommend that you check the table below for modifications on a regular basis.

The important events and their schedule dates are:

NABARD Grade A & B 2021 Notification17th July 2021
NABARD Grade A & B 2021 - Online Application Dates17th July to 07th August 2021
NABARD Grade A & B 2021 Prelims Admit Card01st September 2021
NABARD Grade A 2021 Prelims (Phase 1) Exam Date18th September 2021
NABARD Grade B 2021 Prelims (Phase 1) Exam Date17th September 2021
NABARD Grade A & B 2021 Prelims Result14th October 2021
NABARD Grade A & B 2021 Mains Admit Card2nd November 2021
NABARD Grade A & B 2021 Mains Result31st December 2021
NABARD Grade A 2021 Mains Exam Date16th November 2021
NABARD Grade B 2021 Mains Exam Date17th November 2021
NABARD Grade A & B 2021 Interview DateTo be held from 3rd/4th week of January 2022
NABARD Grade A & B 2021 Final ResultTo be Announced Soon

That said, the NABARD Grade A 2021 Mains Result has been announced on 31st December 2021.

Results of the Grade A Final Examination are released within a month after the interviews (Phase 3) are over. So, we can expect the same to happen for the 2021 NABARD Grade A recruitments as well.

Having said that, you can check the latest NABARD Grade A Result by following the linked blog.

NABARD Grade A & Grade B Interview Question 2021

The interview questions are something that every applicant studying for a government exam searches for. The interviewing panel can ask you whatever question they like, however most of them stick to questions from your biodata form and a few general ones.

The questions that are asked from the biodata form vary from candidate to candidate since they are based on the information that the candidate has provided in the form. As a result, one must thoroughly prepare his biodata form

Then there are the generic questions that practically every candidate is asked. The candidate can prepare for these questions ahead of time. I’ve also included a list of generic questions below.

Q1. What motivates you to work with NABARD?

Q2. Which NABARD department would you like to work in?

Q3: Do you have any questions about the gap years in your resume?

Q4: Tell me about your last work.

Q5. Is it important to have a bachelor’s or master’s degree to get a position at NABARD? (especially in the case of non-commerce fields)

Q6. What is the most recent NABARD news or action?

Q7. What was your favourite topic in high school and college, and why?

Q8. Miscellaneous biodata-related questions

Q9. How are your skills listed in the profile relevant to NABARD?

Q10. You have an excellent pay and position at your current employment, so why NABARD?

Q11. Your profile has no indication of an interest in or experience with agricultural banking, so why should we accept you?

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These were the few generic questions that a candidate should prepare before appearing in front of the interviewing panel, because I am confident that any applicant who appears for the NABARD Interview will be confronted with at least a few of the above-mentioned NABARD Interview Questions.

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