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National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development or NABARD is giving a golden opportunity to candidates who want to be a part of it! It has offered a total of 153 pots for Grade-A Officer or Assistant Manager (RDBS) and Rural Development & Banking Service, and Rajbhasha Service. Plus, 7 vacancies for the Grade-B Managerial position for Rural development Banking Services.

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Interestingly, this year, NABARD has also introduced some changes in the eligibility criteria and the exam pattern. It has introducing descriptive questions in the Phase-2 Exam. A 10-Mark Decision-making section has been added from this year onwards, plus the marking of English language has reduced from 40 to 30. The examination is tentatively scheduled to be conducted in the last week of August 2021, or the first week of September 2021.

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NABARD Grade-B 2021-A Few Important Changes!

The new notification from NABARD introduced some changes in this year’s selection process also. Therefore, you need to make sure you know all the following points to avoid any sort of confusion.

1.      Change in Exam Pattern

In 2019, there were only in the NABARD Grade-B Prelims Exam, whereas the latest 2021 notification has introduced a new section on ‘Decision Making.’ There will be a total of 8 sections now.

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2.      Change in Interview

In 2019, the interview was worth 40 marks, whereas now it will be worth 50 Marks (RDBS/Rajbhasha).

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3.      Change in Age Eligibility

In 2019, the candidate must be between 21 and 35 years of age to be eligible for the post, whereas now, he must be between 25 and 32 years of age.

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5.      Change in Educational Requirements

In 2019, a candidate needed to have a bachelor’s degree in any discipline to be eligible to appear in the NABARD Grade-B Exam, but now he must possess a PG (postgraduate) degree in any discipline with 3 years of experience in related sectors.

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Changes in the Number of Seats

NABARD 2021 Vacancies

Given under are the details of post-wise vacancies s per the latest NABARD Notification 2021:

PostNumber of Vacancies
Assistant Manager (Grade-A)
Rural development Banking Services
148
Assistant Manager (Grade-A)
Rajbhasha Services
5
Assistant Manager (Grade-B)
Rural development Banking Services
7

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Will the Exam be Delayed Again?

The Phase-1 Exam is expected to be held at the end of August, or in the 1st week of September. But if you are following the daily news, you might be knowing that WHO’s update claims that there are signs that India might be hit by the 3rd wave of Covid-19, before the festival of Diwali, by the end of August. In that scenario, if we will witness rising cases of Covid-19, NABARD might have to delay the Exam. So, prepare well! But also be ready for the delay as we are living in uncertain times. We must not lose hope. You need to do the preparation assuming that the Exam is going to be held in the month of August. You must buckle up with a positive mental frame of mind because the Exams can also be conducted by either the end of August or September.

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Hence, you need to complete the preparation and revision before this. On the other hand, you should also be ready to hear the bad news of delay because of the 3rd Covid-wave, if it comes. Just like SEBI Exams have been witnessing postponements for the past 6 months. So, both Phase-1 and Phase-2 Exams can be postponed by NABARD as well.

Who has got the advantage after Exam Postponement?

Some candidates will get the benefit of the Exam postponement and will have an advantage, over the candidates who have been preparing for the Exam for the past 5 or 6 months. These are those candidates who:

  1. Never or not yet prepared for NABARD ever before but are interested in it.
  2. Haven’t yet completed the syllabus

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Read on to know the changes in the eligibility criteria and the NABARD syllabus in detail!

Eligibility Criteria-NABARD Grade A 2021

1. Rural Development Banking Service

Age limit for Rural Development Banking Service

  • Minimum Age: 21 years
  • Maximum Age: 30 years

As per the NABARD Grade-A Notification 2021, you must be between 21 and 30 years of age as of 01-07-2021, i.e., the candidate must have been born not earlier than 02-07-1991 and not later than 01-07-2000.

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Education Criteria for Rural Development Banking Service

You need to be a Graduate with a bachelor’s degree in a particular discipline, which means that you must have studied that discipline as the main subject in the respective degree course and it must be mentioned in the Degree Certificate issued by the University/Institute. However, the eligibility details of different posts have been given below:

General Post

  • Bachelor’s Degree in any subject from a recognized University with a minimum of 60% marks (SC/ST/PWBD applicants – 55%) in aggregate.

or

  • Post Graduate degree, MBA/PGDM with a minimum of 55% marks (SC/ST/PWBD applicants – 50%) in aggregate.

or

  • CA/ CS/ICWA OR Ph.D. from Institutions recognized by GOI/UGC.

Note: If the University/Institute defines criteria for conversion of Aggregate Grade Point into Class and/or percentage of marks, the same will be accepted. However, where the University/Institute does not define criteria for conversion of Aggregate Grade Point into Class and/or percentage of marks, the undefined parameter(s) would be worked out as under:

Equivalent CGPA/OGPA/CPI or similar terminologies allotted on a 10-point scaleClass/DivisionAggregate % of Marks
6.75I (First)60%
6.25II (Second)55%
5.75II (Second)50%
5.25II (Second)45%

Note: Aggregate Grade Point or percentage of marks where awarded would mean aggregate over the entire duration of the course.

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General Agriculture

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Agriculture with 60% marks (SC/ST/PWBD applicants – 55%) in aggregate.

or

  • PG (Postgraduate) degree in Agriculture / Agriculture (Soil Science/ Agronomy) with a minimum of 55% marks (SC/ST/PWBD applicants – 50%) in aggregate from a recognized University / Institution.

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Agriculture Engineering

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Agriculture Engineering with 60% marks (SC/PWBD applicants – 55%) in aggregate.

or

  • PG (Postgraduate) degree in Agriculture Engineering with a minimum of 55% marks (SC/PWBD applicants – 50%) in aggregate from a recognised University / Institution.

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Animal Husbandry

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Veterinary Sciences / Animal Husbandry from any recognized University with a minimum of 60% marks (SC/PWBD applicants – 55%) in aggregate.

and/or

  • PG (Post Graduate) degree in Veterinary Sciences / Animal Husbandry with a minimum of 55% marks (SC/PWBD applicants – 50%) in aggregate.

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Land Development – Soil Science

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Agriculture / Agriculture (Soil Science/Agronomy) with 60% marks (PWBD applicants – 55%) in aggregate.

or

  • PG (Postgraduate) degree in Agriculture / Agriculture (Soil Science/Agronomy) with a minimum of 55% marks (PWBD applicants – 50%) in aggregate from a recognized University / Institution.

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Fisheries

Bachelor’s degree in Fisheries Science from a recognized University/Institution with 60% marks (SC/PWBD applicants 55%) in aggregate

or

PG (Postgraduate) degree in Fisheries Science with 55% marks (SC/PWBD applicants 50%) in aggregate.

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Forestry

Bachelor’s degree in Forestry from a recognized University/Institution with 60% marks (SC/PWBD applicants – 55%) in aggregate

or

PG (Postgraduate) degree in Forestry with 55% marks (SC/PWBD applicants – 50%) in aggregate.

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Plantation/Horticulture

Bachelor’s Degree in Horticulture from any recognized University with a minimum of 60% marks (SC/PWBD applicants – 55%) in aggregate

or

Post Graduate degree in Horticulture with a minimum of 55% marks (SC/PWBD applicants – 50%) in aggregate.

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Water Resources

Bachelor’s degree in Hydrology/Applied Hydrology or Geology/Applied Geology with

Hydrogeology/Irrigation/Water Supply & sanitation as one of the subjects with 60% marks (PWBD applicants 55%) in aggregate

or

Post Graduate degree in Hydrology/Applied Hydrology or Geology/Applied Geology with Hydrogeology/Irrigation/Water Supply & sanitation as one of the subjects with 55% marks in aggregate (PWBD applicants 50%) from a recognized University.

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Finance

BBA (Finance/Banking) / BMS (Finance/Banking) with 60% marks (SC/ST/PWBD applicants – 55%)

or

Two years full-time P.G. Diploma in Management (Finance) / Full-time MBA (Finance) degree with 55% (SC/ST/PWBD applicants – 50%) from Institutions/ Universities recognized by GoI /UGC with bachelor’s degree in any discipline. Candidates will be required to submit a certificate from Institution/University regarding specialization in finance

or

Bachelor of Financial and Investment Analysis with 60% marks (SC/ST/PWBD applicants – 55%)

or

Bachelor’s degree in any discipline from a recognized University/Institution with Membership of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India (ICAI). The Membership of ICAI must have been obtained on or before 01-07-2021 OR CFA.

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Computer & Information Technology

Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science/ Computer Technology/ Computer Applications/Information Technology with 60% marks (SC/PWBD applicants 55%) in aggregate

or

A post-graduate degree in Computer Science/ Computer Technology/ Computer Applications/Information Technology with 55% marks (SC/PWBD applicants 50%) in aggregate from a recognized university.

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2. Rajbhasha Service

Age Limit:

Minimum Age: 21 years

Maximum Age: 30 years

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Educational Requirements

  • Bachelor’s Degree from a recognized university in English or Hindi medium with Hindi and English as a compulsory or elective subject with a minimum of 60% marks (SC/ST/PWBD applicants – 55%) or equivalent in aggregate and
  • PG Diploma in Translation (minimum one year) in Hindi to English and vice-versa from any recognized University.

Candidates must have studied English and Hindi as subjects in at least 02 years of bachelor’s degree course.

or

Master’s Degree in HINDI with a minimum of 60% marks in aggregate (SC/ST/PWBD applicants – 55%). Candidates must have studied English as a mainelective subject in at least 02 years of bachelor’s degree course.

or

Master’s Degree in ENGLISH with a minimum of 60% marks in aggregate (SC/ST/PWBD applicants – 55%). Candidates must have studied Hindi as a main/elective subject in at least 02 years of bachelor’s degree course.

Candidates must be able to translate from English to Hindi and vice/versa.

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NABARD Grade A 2021 Selection Procedure

The selection process for NABARD Grade-A Officers (RDBS/Rajbhasha) is divided into 3 phases that are as under:

1. Phase-I: Preliminary Examination (Online Exam) of 200 Marks.

2. Phase-II: Main Examination will be online and will be a mix of MCQ and descriptive patterns of 200 Marks.

3. Phase-III: Interview of 50 marks.

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Post/Discipline-wise Number of Vacancies


POST/DISCIPLINE

UR

SC

ST

OBC

EWS

TOTAL
   
AM (RDBS) 
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
General   
   
31   
   
10   
   
05   
   
22   
   
06   
   
74   
   
Agriculture   
   
05   
   
02   
   
01   
   
04   
   
01   
   
13   
   
Agriculture Engineering   
   
01   
   
01   
   
–   
   
01   
   
–   
   
03   
   
Animal Husbandry   
   
01   
   
01   
   
–   
   
01   
   
01   
   
04   
   
Fisheries   
   
03   
   
01   
   
–   
   
02   
   
–   
   
06   
   
Forestry   
   
01   
   
01   
   
–   
   
–   
   
–   
   
02   
   
Plantation/Horticulture   
   
02   
   
01   
   
–   
   
02   
   
01   
   
06   
   
Land Development/Soil Science   
   
01   
   
–   
   
–   
   
01   
   
–   
   
02   
   
Water Resources   
   
01   
   
–   
   
–   
   
01   
   
–   
   
02   
   
Finance   
   
08   
   
03   
   
01   
   
06   
   
03   
   
21   
   
Computer/Information Technology   
   
06   
   
03   
   
–   
   
04   
   
02   
   
15   
   
AM (RDBS) – Total   
   
60   
   
23   
   
07   
   
44   
   
14   
   
148   
   
AM( Rajbhasha)   
   
02   
   
01   
   
01   
   
–   
   
01   
   
05   

Education Qualification Cut-off

It has been set as 1 July 2021. By this date, your results should have been out, whether you have got the degree in your hands or not. The results should have been officially declared by this date to be eligible for the Exam.

NABARD Grade A 2021 Exam Pattern
The Exam patterns for NABARD Grade-A Officer 2021 Exam is as follows -:

1. NABARD Grade A 2021 Phase 1 Exam Pattern

   
Name of the Test   

No. of Qs.

Max. Marks
   
Test of Reasoning   
   
20   
   
20   
   
English Language   
   
30   
   
30   
   
Computer Knowledge   
   
20   
   
20   
   
Quantitative Aptitude   
   
20   
   
20   
   
Decision Making   
   
10   
   
10   
   
General Awareness   
   
20   
   
20   

Economic & Social Issues (with focus on Rural India)
   
40   
   
40   

Agriculture & Rural Development (with emphasis on Rural India)
   
40   
   
40   

Total
   
200   
   
200   
Time: Composite time of 120 Minutes for all the tests together

Important Pointers to note for Phase 1 Exam.

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

NABARD Grade-A 2021-Syllabus

NABARD Grade-A Syllabus 2021- Phase 1 (Prelims)

Given under is the latest syllabus of the NABARD Phase-1 Exam, including every topic you need to prepare for.

NABARD Grade-A 2021 Syllabus-Quantitative Aptitude

Data InterpretationQuadratic Equations
Number SeriesSimplification/Approximation
Profit & LossSI & CI Interest
Data SufficiencyPartnerships & Discounts
Ratio and ProportionProblems on Ages
MensurationPercentage

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NABARD Grade A 2021 Syllabus -Reasoning

Puzzles (Seating arrangement)Linear seating arrangement (floor-based)
SyllogismData sufficiency
Statement based questions (Verbal Reasoning)Inequality
Miscellaneous QuestionsInput-Output
Blood relationsCoding-Decoding
Series completionOrder and Ranking

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NABARD Grade A 2021 Syllabus-English Language

Reading comprehensionCloze test
Sentence improvementSpotting the errors
Fill in the blanksSentence rearrangement,
One word outFillers- Single/ Double
Idioms and PhrasesVocabulary-based questions

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NABARD Grade A 2021 Syllabus-General Awareness

Current Affairs (Agriculture Focused)Banking Awareness and Economy (Agriculture Focused)
Agricultural InsuranceImportant people in the news
Sports NewsAppointments

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NABARD Grade A 2021 Syllabus-Computer Knowledge

NetworkingInput-output devices
DBMSMS Office
InternetHistory of computer & generations
AbbreviationsKeyboard Shortcuts
Computer TerminologyOperating system

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NABARD Grade A 2021 Syllabus-Agriculture and Rural Development (ARD)

-Agriculture-Agronomy
-Classification of field crops-Factors affecting crop production,
-Agro-Climatic Zones,-Cropping Systems
-Problems of dryland agriculture-Seed production
-Seed processing-Seed village
-Meteorology-Soil and Water Conservation
-Water Resource-Farm and Agri Engineering,
-Plantation & Horticulture-Animal Husbandry
-Fisheries-Forestry
-Ecology and Climate Change-Present Scenario of Indian Agriculture and Allied activities,
-Rural Development-Rural population in India
-Panchayati Raj Institutions

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NABARD Grade A 2021 Syllabus – Economic and Social Issues (ESI)

-Nature of Indian Economy-Structural and Institutional features,
-Economic underdevelopment-Opening up the Indian Economy,
-Globalisation, Economic-Reforms in India– Privatisation
-Inflation-Employment Generation in India-Rural and Urban
-Measurement of Poverty-Poverty Alleviation Programmes of the Government-Population Trends- Population, Growth and Economic -Development-Population Policy in India
-Agriculture Industry-Rural banking and financial institutions in India
-Reforms in Banking/ Financial sector-Globalization of Economy
-Social Structure in India-Education
-Social Justice.

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NABARD Grade A 2021 Syllabus – Phase 2 (Mains)

NABARD Grade A 2021 Syllabus-Topics under Economic & Social Issues

-Nature of Indian Economy-Social Structure in India
-Structural and Institutional features-Multiculturalism
-Economic underdevelopment-Demographic trends
-Opening up the Indian Economy- GlobalisationUrbanization and Migration
-Economic Reforms in India- Privatisation-Gender Issues
-Inflation-Trends in Inflation & their Impact on National Economy and Individual Income-Joint family system-Social Infrastructure
-Poverty Alleviation and Employment Generation in India-Rural and Urban-Education-Health and Environment
-Measurement of Poverty-Education-Status & System of Education
-Poverty Alleviation Programmes of the Government-Socio-Economic Problems associated with Illiteracy
-Population Trends-Population Growth and Economic Development – Population Policy in India-Educational relevance and educational wastage
-Agriculture-Characteristics/Status- Technical and Institutional changes in Indian Agriculture-Educational Policy for India
– Agricultural performance-Issues in Food Security in India-Non-Institutional and Institutional Agencies in rural credit-Social Justice: Problems of scheduled castes and scheduled tribes
-Industry-Industrial and Labour Policy-Socio-economic programs for scheduled castes and scheduled tribes and other backward classes
-Industrial performance – Regional Imbalance in India’s Industrial Development -Public Sector Enterprises-Positive Discrimination in favour of the underprivileged
-Rural banking and financial institutions in India-Social Movements
-Reforms in Banking/ Financial sector-Indian Political Systems
Globalisation of Economy-Human Development
-Role of International Funding Institutions- IMF & World Bank--Current Affairs related to Economy
-WTO-Regional Economic Cooperation WTO-Regional Economic Co-operation-Current Affairs related to Social Issues

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NABARD Grade A 2021 Syllabus-Topics under Agriculture & Rural Development (ARD)

-Agriculture: Definition, Meaning and its branches-Agronomy: Definition, Meaning, and Scope of agronomy
-Classification of field crops-Factors affecting crop production
-Cropping Systems: Definition and types of cropping systems-Agro-Climatic Zones
-Seed production, seed processing, seed village-Problems of dryland agriculture
-Precision Farming-Meteorology: Weather parameters, crop-weather advisory
-Organic farming-System of Crop Intensification

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Other Important Topics under ARD

Other Important TopicsDescriptions of the Topics
Soil and Water Conservation-Major soil types
-Soil fertility
-Fertilisers
-Soil erosion
-Soil conservation
-Watershed management
Water Resource-Irrigation Management: types of irrigation
-Sources of irrigation
-Crop-water requirement
-Command area development
-Water conservation techniques
-Micro-irrigation
-Irrigation pumps
-Major, medium, and minor irrigation
Farm and Agri- Engineering-Farm Machinery and Power
-Sources of power on the farm- human, animal, mechanical, electrical, wind, solar, and biomass.
-Biofuels
-Water harvesting structures
-Farm ponds
-Watershed management
-Agro-Processing
-Controlled and modified storage, perishable food storage, godowns, bins, and grain silos.
Plantation & Horticulture-Definition, meaning, and its branches
-Agronomic practices and production technology of various plantation and horticulture crops
-Post-harvest management
-Value and supply chain management of Plantation and Horticulture crops
Animal Husbandry-Farm animals and their role in the Indian economy
-Animal husbandry methods in India
-common terms pertaining to different species of livestock
-Utility classification of breeds of cattle
-Introduction to common feeds and fodders, their classification, and utility
-Introduction to the poultry industry in India (past, present, and future status)
-Common terms pertaining to poultry production and management
-Concept of mixed farming and its relevance to socio-economic conditions of farmers in India
-Complimentary and obligatory nature of livestock and poultry production with that of agricultural farming
Fisheries-Fisheries resources,
-Management and exploitation – freshwater, brackish water, and marine
-Aquaculture- Inland and marine
-Biotechnology
-Post-harvest technology
-Importance of fisheries in India
-Common terms pertaining to fish production
Forestry-Basic concepts of Forest and Forestry
-Principles of silviculture, forest mensuration, forest management, and forest economics
-Concepts of social forestry, agroforestry, joint forest management
-Forest policy and legislation in India, India State of Forest Report 2015
-Recent developments under the Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change
Agriculture Extensions-Its importance and role
-Methods of evaluation of extension programmes
-Role of Krishi Vigyan Kendra’s (KVK) in the dissemination of Agricultural technologies.
Ecology and Climate Change-Ecology and its relevance to man, natural resources, their sustainable management, and conservation
-Causes of climate change, GreenHouse Gases (GHG), major GHG emitting countries
-Climate analysis, distinguish between adaptation and mitigation, climate change
-Impact on agriculture and rural livelihood, carbon credit, IPCC, UNFCCC, CoP meetings, funding mechanisms for climate change projects, initiatives by Govt of India, NAPCC, SAPCC, INDC
-Ecology and its relevance to man, natural resources, their sustainable management, and conservation. Causes of climate change, GreenHouse Gases (GHG), major GHG emitting countries, climate analysis, distinguish between adaptation and mitigation, climate change impact on agriculture and rural livelihood, carbon credit, IPCC
-UNFCCC, CoP meetings, funding mechanisms for climate change projects, initiatives by Govt of India, NAPCC, SAPCC, INDC.
Present Scenario of Indian Agriculture and Allied activities-Recent trends, major challenges in agriculture measures to enhance the viability of agriculture
-Factors of Production in agriculture
-Agricultural Finance and Marketing
-Impact of Globalization on Indian Agriculture and issues of Food Security
-Concept and Types of Farm Management.

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Conclusion

As per the latest NABARD notification, the NABARD syllabus for all subjects is indicative and not exhaustive. You should not consider the syllabus the only source of information while preparing for the examination. Therefore, you have to Keep in view the nature of the examination and study all matters falling within the realm of the subject concerned, as questions can be asked on all relevant matters under the subject. You should also prepare yourself for answering questions that may be asked on the current or latest developments or Acts taking place under the subject(s), although those topics may not have been specifically included in the syllabus.

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