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NABARD Grade A Finance Notification

The NABARD Grade A Finance Notification 2023 was released on the official website on 2nd September 2023. Out of a total of 150 vacancies, 15 vacancies were out for the Finance discipline. In this blog post, we intend to provide all the necessary information on NABARD Grade A Finance Notification, so read out the complete blog.

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NABARD Grade A Finance Notification 2023

The notification was released on the official website on 2nd September 2023 and the application link was made active. 15 vacancies were out for Finance Officers. The apply online dates were from 2nd September 2023 to 23rd September 2023. Download NABARD Grade A Finance Notification 2023 below.

NABARD Grade A Finance Officer 2023 – Important Dates

The schedule for the NABARD Grade A Finance officer exam is provided below :

EventsFor 2023
NABARD Grade A Finance Officer Notification Release Date2nd September 2023
NABARD Grade Finance Officer Application Start Date2nd September 2023
NABARD Grade A Finance Officer Application End Date23rd September 2023
NABARD Grade A Finance Officer (RDBS) – Phase 1 Prelims Exam Date16th October 2023 (Tentative)
NABARD Grade A Finance Officer – Phase 2 (Mains) Exam DateTo be Notified

NABARD Grade A Finance Vacancies 2023

The vacancies for NABARD Grade ‘A’ AM (RDBS) – Finance are provided below.

Category2023 Vacancies
Total 15

NABARD Grade A Finance Notification 2023 – Direct Link to Apply

The application window remained open till 23rd September 2023. Use the direct link given below to apply for NABARD Grade A Finance Officer.

NABARD Grade A Finance Notification – Eligibility Criteria

The candidates will have to meet all the eligibility criteria as mentioned in the subsections.

NABARD Grade A Finance Eligibility – Age Limit

The candidate must be between 21 and 30 years of age which means that the candidate must have been born not earlier than 02-09-1993 and not later than 01-09-2002 as of 1st September 2023.

Upper Age Limit Relaxation

Check out the below table to know the age relaxation provided to different category candidates:

Category Age Relaxation
OBC 3 years
1. SC/ST
2. Ex-servicemen
3. Emergency Commissioned Officers/Short Service Commissioned
4. Children/family members of victims died in the 1984 riots
5 years
1. General
2. OBC
3. SC/ST

10 years
13 years
15 years

NABARD Grade A Finance Eligibility – Educational Qualification

  • BBA (Finance/Banking) / BMS (Finance/Banking) with 60% marks (SC/ST/PWBD applicants – 55%) in aggregate from Universities / Institutions recognized by GoI /UGC OR
  • Two years full-time P.G. Diploma in Management (Finance) / Full-time MBA (Finance) /MMS (Finance) degree with 55% marks (SC/ST/PWBD applicants – 50%) in aggregate from Universities/ Institutions recognized by GoI /UGC with a Bachelor’s Degree in any discipline. Candidates will be required to submit a certificate from a University/ Institution regarding specialization in finance OR
  • Bachelor of Financial and Investment Analysis with 60% marks (SC/ST/PWBD applicants -55%) in aggregate from University/ Institution recognized by GoI /UGC OR
  • Bachelor’s degree in any discipline from a recognized University/Institution with Membership of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India (ICAI) OR CFA Institute. The Membership of ICAI must have been obtained on or before 01-09-2023 OR
  • Bachelor’s degree in any discipline from a recognized University/Institution with Membership of the Institute of Cost Accountants of India (ACMA/FCMA) & ICWA. The Membership of ICAI must have been obtained on or before 01-09-2023.
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NABARD Grade A Finance Notification 2023 – Exam Pattern

The selection will be in three Phases as furnished below:

  • Phase 1 (Preliminary Examination) – 200 Marks
  • Phase 2 (Mains Examination) – 200 Marks
  • Phase 3 (Interview) – 50 marks

NABARD Grade A Finance Prelims Exam Pattern 2023

The Prelims Exam Pattern of NABARD Grade ‘A’ Assistant Manager – Finance is given below :

Name of the TestNo. of
Test of Reasoning2020
English Language3030
Computer Knowledge2020
Quantitative Aptitude2020
Decision Making1010
General Awareness2020
Eco & Soc. Issues (with focus on Rural India)4040
Agriculture & Rural Development with an Emphasis on Rural India4040

Important Notes for the Phase 1 Exam (Prelims)

  • Qualifying Section – Test of Reasoning, English Language, Computer Knowledge, Quantitative Aptitude, Decision Making.
  • Merit Section – General Awareness, Eco & Soc. Issues (with focus on Rural India), Agriculture & Rural Development with Emphasis on Rural India.
  • Shortlisting of the candidates for the Main exam will be based on marks scored in the Merit section only.

NABARD Grade A Finance Mains Exam Pattern 2023

The Mains exam pattern of NABARD Grade A Finance Officer (Assistant Manager Exam) is given below :

PaperSubjectType of
Number of QsMarksDurationRemarks
Paper- IGeneral
3100 90 minutesDescriptive
Answers to
be typed
Paper-IIFinanceObjective305030 minutes

You will be
required to
attempt 4
[2 of 15 marks
5090 MinutesDescriptive
Answers to
be typed
either in
English or
and Inscript

The calling ratio to qualify for the main examination and interview would be a maximum of
1:25 and 1:3, respectively.

Negative Marking

  • There will be a penalty for wrong answers marked by the candidate.
  • For every wrong answer marked, 1/4th of the marks assigned to that question will be deducted as a penalty in Phase-I and Phase-II.
  • Cut-offs in Phase-I and Phase-II may be applied in two stages:
  1. On scores in individual tests
  2. On Total Score

NABARD Grade A Finance Notification 2023 – Syllabus

NABARD Grade A Phase 1 (prelims) examination and Phase 2 (mains) examination syllabus are given below:

NABARD Grade A Finance Prelims Syllabus 2023

Check out the detailed syllabus below:

Name of SectionTopics asked
Reasoning Ability1. Puzzles & Seating arrangement
2. Syllogism
3. Data sufficiency
4. Statement-based questions (Verbal reasoning)
5. Inequality
6. Coding-Decoding
7. Input-Output
8. Blood relations
9. Miscellaneous Questions
Quantitative Aptitude1. Data Interpretation
2. Quadratic Equations
3. Number Series
4. Simplification/ Approximation
5. Data Sufficiency
6. Arithmetic Questions
7. Quantity Comparisons
8. Mathematical Inequalities
English Language1. Reading Comprehension
2. Sentence improvement
3. Cloze test
4. Spotting the errors
5. Fill in the blanks
6. Sentence rearrangement
7. Para Jumbles
8. New pattern questions
General AwarenessMajorly includes questions from current affairs – Banking, Finance, Insurance, Appointments, Awards and Honours, Sports, Schemes, and National and International Events.
Computer KnowledgeIt various topics like Networking, Input-output devices, DBMS, MS Office, Internet, History of computers & generations, and Shortcuts.

Economic and Social Issues

The ESI is one of the most important subjects to excel if you want to clear the NABARD Grade A Exam.

Name of SectionTopics asked
Nature of Indian Economy1. Structural and Institutional features
2. Economic Underdevelopment
3. Opening up the Indian Economy
4. Globalization
5. Economic Reforms in India
6. Privatization
InflationTrends in Inflation & their Impact on National Economy and Individual Income.
Poverty Alleviation and Employment Generation in IndiaRural and Urban Measurement of Poverty
Poverty Alleviation Programmes of the Government
Population TrendsPopulation Growth and Economic Development
Population Policy in India
Agriculture1. Characteristics / Status
2. Technical and Institutional changes in Indian
3. Agriculture
4. Agricultural performance
5. Issues in Food Security in India
6. Non-Institutional and Institutional Agencies in rural
Industry1. Industrial and Labour Policy
2. Industrial performance
3. Regional Imbalance in India’s Industrial
4. Public Sector Enterprises
Rural banking and financial institutions in IndiaReforms in the Banking/ Financial sector.
Globalization of Economy1. Role of International Funding Institutions
2. IMF & World Bank
3. WTO
4. Regional Economic Cooperation
Social Structure in India1. Multiculturalism
2. Demographic trends
3. Urbanization and Migration
4. Gender Issues- Joint family system
5. Social Infrastructure
6. Education
7. Health and Environment
Education1. Status & System of Education
2. Socio-Economic Problems associated with Illiteracy
3. Educational relevance and educational wastage
4. Educational Policy for India
Social JusticeProblems with scheduled castes and scheduled tribes
Socio-economic programmes for scheduled castes and scheduled tribes and other backward classes.
Positive Discrimination in favour of the underprivileged1. Social Movements
2. Indian Political Systems
3. Human Development

Agriculture and Rural Development

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Name of SectionTopics asked
Agriculture1. Definition, meaning, and its branches
2. Agronomy: Definition, meaning, and scope of
3. Classification of field crops
4. Factors affecting crop production
5. Agro Climatic Zones
6. Cropping Systems: Definition and types of cropping
7. Problems of dry land – Seed production, seed
processing, seed village
8. Meteorology: weather parameters, crop-weather
9. Precision Farming
10. System of Crop Intensification
11. Organic farming
Soil and Water Conservation1. Major soil types
2. Soil fertility
3. Fertilizers
4. Soil erosion
5. Soil conservation
6. Watershed management
Water Resource1. Irrigation Management
2. Types of irrigation
3. Sources of irrigation
4. Crop-water requirement
5. Command area development
6. Water conservation techniques
7. Micro-irrigation
8. Irrigation pumps
9. Major, medium, and minor irrigation.
Farm and Agri-Engineering1. Farm Machinery and Power
2. Sources of power on the farm- human, animal,
mechanical, electrical, wind, solar, and biomass,
3. Water harvesting structures
4. Farm Ponds
5. Agro-Processing
6. Controlled and modified storage, of perishable food
storage, godowns, bins, and grain silos
Plantation & Horticulture1. Definition, meaning, and its branches
2. Agronomic practices and production technology of
various plantation and horticulture crops
3. Post-harvest management, value, and supply chain
management of Plantation and Horticulture crops.
Animal Husbandry1. Farm animals and their role in the Indian economy
2. Animal husbandry methods in India
3. Common terms pertaining to different species of
4. Utility classification of breeds of cattle
Introduction to common feeds and fodders, their
classification, and utility
5. Introduction to the poultry industry in India (past,
present, and future status)
6. Common terms pertaining to poultry production and
7. The concept of mixed farming and its relevance to
the socio-economic conditions of farmers in India
8. Complimentary and obligatory nature of livestock
and poultry production with that of agricultural
Fisheries1. Fisheries resources Management and exploitation –
freshwater, brackish water, and marine
2. Aquaculture- Inland and marine
3. Biotechnology Post-harvest technology
4. Importance of fisheries in India
5. Common terms pertaining to fish production.
Forestry1. Basic concepts of Forest and Forestry
2. Principles of silviculture, forest mensuration, forest
management, and forest economics
3. Concepts of social forestry, agroforestry, joint forest
4. Forest policy and legislation in India, India State of
Forest Report 2015
5. Recent developments under the Ministry of
Environment, Forest, and Climate Change
Agriculture Extensions1. Its importance and role, methods of evaluation of
extension programs
2. Role of Krishi Vigyan Kendra (KVK) in the
dissemination of Agricultural technologies
Ecology and Climate Change1. Ecology and its relevance to man, natural resources,
sustainable management, and conservation
2. Causes of climate change, GreenHouse Gases (GHG),
major GHG emitting countries, climate analysis
3. Distinguish between adaptation and mitigation
4. Climate change impact on agriculture and rural
5. Carbon credit, IPCC, UNFCCC, CoP meetings
6. Funding mechanisms for climate change projects
7. Initiatives by Govt of India, NAPCC, SAPCC, and INDC.
Present Scenario of Indian Agriculture and Allied activities1. Recent trends
2. Major challenges in agriculture measures to enhance
3. Viability of agriculture
4. Factors of Production in agriculture
5. Agricultural Finance and Marketing
6. Impact of Globalization on Indian Agriculture and
issues of Food Security
7. Concept and Types of Farm Management.
Rural Development1. Concept of Rural Area
2. Structure of the Indian Rural Economy
3. Importance and role of the rural sector in India
4. Economic, Social, and Demographic Characteristics of
the Indian rural economy
5. Causes of Rural Backwardness
6. Rural population in India
7. Occupational structure
8. Farmers, Agricultural Laborers, Artisans, Handicrafts,
Traders, Forest dwellers/tribes, and others in rural
9. Trends of change in rural population and rural
10. Problems and conditions of rural labour
11. Issues and challenges in Hand-looms
12. Panchayati Raj Institutions – Functions and
MGNREGA, NRLM – Aajeevika, Rural Drinking
13. Working Programmes, Swachh Bharat,
Rural Housing, PURA, and other rural
development programs

NABARD Grade A Finance Mains Syllabus 2023

Paper-I – English Topics
Essay, Précis writing, Comprehension, and Business/Office Correspondence
Paper-II – Syllabus
1.1 Meaning; Objectives; Basic Accounting; Principles, Concepts, and Conventions; Limitations of Financial Accounting
1.2 Preparation of Financial Statements – Nature of Financial Statements; Capital and Revenue Expenditure; Trading Account; Profit and Loss Appropriation Account and Balance Sheet; Limitation of Financial Statements
1.3 Analysis and Interpretation of Financial Statements – Tools of Financials Statements analysis; Ratio Analysis – different types of ratios; Advantages and Limitations of ratio analysis.
1.4 Depreciation: Reserves and Provisions – Meaning; Need to provide Depreciation; Methods of providing depreciation; Provisions and Reserves; Choice of Methods; Objectives of Depreciation Policy.
1.5 Inventory Valuation: Nature and Importance of Inventory Valuation; Types of Inventory Systems; Methods of Inventory valuation; choice of Method.
1.6 Developments in Accounting – Interim Reporting – Segment Reporting – Value-added statement – Corporate Social Reporting – Human Resource Accounting – Accounting for Intangible Assets – Accounting for Financial Instruments – Environmental Accounting – Inflation Accounting.
1.7 Statement of Sources and Application of Funds – Meaning of Funds, The distinction between Funds and Cash; Preparation of Fund Flow Statement; Analysis of flow of funds; Utility of Fund Flow Statement; Preparation of cash flow statement; Utility of cash Flow Statement.
1.8 Preparation of Final Accounts of Banking, Insurance Companies – Basel III & Prudential Norms like Capital Adequacy Ratio, Non-Performing Assets – Provisions therefore for Banks and Financial Institutions.

2.1 Meaning and scope of Management Accounting; Financial Accounting vs. Management Accounting; Role of Management Accounting; Function and Position of Controller.
2.2 Variable Costing – Fixed costs and Variable Costs; Distinctions between variable costing and absorption costing; application of variables costing as a technique; Differential costing and decision making.
2.3 Marginal costing – Cost volume profit analysis, Profit Planning, Break-even analysis, Break-even Point, and Break-even chart.
2.4 Methods of costing – job costing – Contract costing – Batch Costing – Process costing – Unit costing – Operation costing and Operating costing.
2.5 Cost of capital – Cost of different sources of finance –Weighted average cost of capital – Marginal cost of capital – Concepts of operating and financial leverage – Capital Structure patterns – Designing optimum capital structure – Different sources of finance -Long, medium, and short-term finance.
2.6 Money market and their operations
2.7 Business valuations – Mergers, Acquisitions, and corporate restructuring
2.8 Budgetary control – Meaning and objectives; operation of Budgeting system; types of Budgets; Preparation of Sales Budget; Production Budget, Cash Budget, Master Budget; Flexible Budgeting; Zero Budgeting.
2.9 Standard Costing –Meaning of Standard costing; the distinction between Standard Costing and Budgeting Control; Advantages of Standard costing; Setting up of Standards; Variance Analysis – Material, labour, and Overheads.
2.10 Management Control System: distinction between strategic planning, Operational Control and Management control System; Responsibility Accounting; Transfer Pricing; Tools of Control – Residual Income and Return on Investment; Performance Budgeting; Economic Value added.
2.11 Appraisal of firms – Objectives, Uniform costing; Ratio Based Comparison; Credit Rating; Risk Assessment.
2.12 Appraisal of Projects – Methods of appraisal – preparation of project report –Economic, Technical, Financial Feasibility – Techniques for evaluation of projects like Pay Back Method, Discounted Cash Flow, Net Present Value, Internal Rate of Return, etc. – Sensitivity analysis in capital budgeting – Impact of inflation in capital budgeting – Risk analysis in capital budgeting – Social cost-benefit analysis – Simulation and decision tree analysis.
2.13 Working Capital Management: Factors affecting working Capital requirements; Assessment of Working Capital; Inventory Management; Receivable Management; Cash Management; Method of Financing working capital; different forms of bank credit; working capital and Banking Policy

3.1 Auditing – Nature and scope – Audit Process – Objectives of audit – basic principles governing an audit – Types of audit – Relationship of auditing with other subjects – Internal Audit and External Audit – Audit & Inspection
3.2 Planning and programming of Audit – Division of work; supervision and review of audit notes and working papers; planning the flow of audit work.
3.3 Conduct of Audit – Audit Programme; Audit Note Book; Working Papers and Audit files.
3.4 Internal Control – Internal Control, Internal Check, Internal Audit and Concurrent Audit.
3.5 Vouching – General consideration vouching of payments and receipts; Vouching of payment into and out of Bank; Vouching of Goods on consignment, Sale on an approval basis, Empties, Sale under the hire-purchase system, and various types of allowances to customers.
3.6 Verification – Meaning; General principles; Verification of Cash in hand and Cash at Bank; Verification and Valuation of Investments and Inventories; Loans Bills Receivables; Freehold and Leasehold property; Debtors, Plant and Machinery; Verification of different liabilities.
3.7 Audit of Limited Company – Statutory requirements under the Companies Act 2013 – Audit of branches – Joint Audit – Concepts of true and fair materiality and audit risk in the context of audit of companies.
3.8 Dividends and divisible profits – financial, legal, and policy considerations with special reference to depreciation – Audit reports – Qualification and Notes on accounts –Special report on offer documents.
3.9 Audit under income tax and indirect taxes – Special features of audit of banks, Insurance companies, cooperative societies, and Non-banking Financial Companies – Audit of incomplete records – Special audit assignments like audit of bank borrowers – Inspection of special entities like banks, financial institutions, etc. – Investigation including due diligence.
3.10 Concept of Cost Audit, Management Audit, Operational Audit, Environmental Audit and Energy Audit.
3.11 Audit under computerized environments – Computer Auditing – Specific problems of EDP audit – need for a review of internal control especially procedure controls and facility controls – techniques of audit of EDP output – use of computers for internal and management audit purposes – test packs – computerized audit programme – involvement of the auditor at the time of setting up the computer system

4.1 Advance Technology in Banking (ATM, Internet Banking, etc.) – Auditing – Business Communication Skills – Business Ethics and Ethos – Business Laws – Banking Theory and Practice – Corporate Law – Counter Operations, Savings Bank, Current Account and Remittances
4.2 Data Base Management System – Financial Management – Fundamentals of Computers -Income Tax -International Banking – Legal Aspects of Banking – Loans (Housing, Vehicle, Consumer and Personal loans, etc) Managerial Economics – Marketing Information
4.3 System – Merchant Banking & Financial Services – Organization and Management –
Organization Theory and Behaviour – Principles & Practices of Banking – Principles and
Practices of Management – Quantitative Techniques – Research Methodology – Resource Mobilization and Marketing of Banking Services – Statistic for Management –
4.4 Strategic Credit Management – Treasury & Risk Management Topics like Basic Business Statics, Introduction to modern business, Basic business communication, Business Laws, Introduction to computers, Communication, and soft skills, microeconomics,
4.5 Organizational behavior, operation research, Basic accounting, Macroeconomics, etc

5.1 Foundation of Human Skills – Introduction of Financial Accounts – Business Law – Business Statistics – Business Communication
5.2 Principles of Management I – Introduction to Computers – Business Environment – Industrial Law – Computer Applications in Business
5.3 Managerial Economics I – Business Mathematics – Introduction of Cost Accounting –
Environmental Management -Management Accounting – Managerial Economics II – Marketing Management – Business Aspects in Banking & Insurance – Production
Management & Materials Management – Strategic Management – Productivity and Quality Management
5.4 Direct & Indirect Taxes – Export-Import Procedures & Documentation – Cooperatives &
Rural Markets – Research Methods in Business – Public Relations Management – Human Resource Management – Service Sector Management – Financial Management Elements of Logistics
5.5 Management – Business Ethics & Corporate Social Responsibility Elective I: – Special
Studies in Marketing – Special Studies in Finance – E-Commerce – Project Work – Entrepreneurship & Management of SME – Operation Research – International Finance-
5.6 Indian Management – Thoughts & Practices – International Marketing

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NABARD Grade A Finance Notification 2023 FAQs

Q1. Is NABARD Grade A Finance Notification 2023 Out?

Yes, the NABARD Grade A Finance Notification was released on 2nd September 2023.

Q2. What are the application dates according to NABARD Grade A Finance Notification 2023?

The candidates could apply from 2nd September 2023 to 23rd September 2023.

Q3. Who is eligible for NABARD Grade A Finance Officer 2023?

The candidates with Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in relevant discipline are eligible.

Q4. Is there any interview round to get selected as a Grade A Finance Officer in NABARD?

Yes, the third phase of the selection process is the Interview and you will have to clear all three phases to get finally selected.

Q5. What is the application fee for NABARD Grade A Finance Officer?

For SC/ST/PwBD, it is Rs 150 and for others, it is Rs 800.

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