The elaborate notification about NABARD Development Assistant Recruitment 2022 group-B posts and application form is expected on September 15.
A information for the recruitment of 177 development assistant and development assistant (Hindi) posts has been shared by the National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development (NABARD). Detailed notification about these group-B posts and application forms is expected on September 15. The deadline to complete and submit the applications is October 10 at nabard.org.
Out of the total, 173 vacancies are to be reserved for development assistant posts which include 80 for UR, 21 for SC, 11 for ST, 46 for OBC, 15 for EWS, and 4 for development assistant (Hindi) that includes 3 for UR, and 1 for ST. The selection process for the 177 posts will be notified on September 15, reads the official notice.
Development Assistant – To stand eligible for this post, candidates must have completed their graduation from a recognized university in any discipline with a minimum of 50 percent marks in aggregate.
Development Assistant (Hindi) – Candidates should possess a bachelor’s degree in Hindi or English as a compulsory or elective subject from a recognized university with a minimum of 50 percent marks in the aggregate.
Age limit: Applicants’ age should range between 21 and 35 years as of September 1.
Step 1. Go to NABARD’s official website
Step 2. On the home page, go to the recruitment link
Step 3. Register yourself
Step 4. Fill in the form
Step 5: Pay fees, submit
According to the latest notice, to successfully submit the application form, candidates belonging to the general, OBC and EWS need to pay a fee of Rs 450. Whereas SC, ST, PwD, EWS, ex-servicemen candidates have to pay just Rs 50 for the fee.
Candidates selected for the posts of assistant will get a salary ranging from Rs 13150 to Rs 34990.
Meanwhile, on September 7, NABARD conducted the preliminary recruitment exam for the Assistant Manager post. Through that, it will shortlist candidates for 170 vacancies in three departments including Rural Development Banking Service (RDBS), Rajbhasha Service (RS), and Protocol and Security service (PSS). Those who get selected in the prelims will then have to appear in the main exam, followed by an interview round.