NABARD 2020 Admit Card Released; Download Till February 4

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Anangsha Patra
Deputy Manager – Editorial
Updated on Jan 25, 2020 13:36 IST

NABARD Prelims admit card 2020 for Group C (Office Attendant) post was released on January 25. The last date to download the admit card is February 4. 

NABARD 2020 Admit Card Released; Download Till February 4

The National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development (NABARD) on January 25, 2020, has released NABARD Office Attendant (Group C) admit card. Registered candidates can download the admit card till February 4 from the official website. To download NABARD admit card, candidates need to enter registration number or roll number and date of birth or password. The hard copy of the admit card is not sent to candidates by post.

The preliminary exam of NABARD Group C is scheduled to be conducted on February 4. Candidates can follow the steps below to download the admit card.

How to download NABARD Admit Card 2020?

  • Visit the official website
  • Find the admit card link
  • Enter registration number or roll number and date of birth or password
  • NABARD Admit Card 2020 appears on the screen
  • Download the admit card and take its printout

Candidates are advised to check the following details carefully to download the admit card. In case of discrepancies, they can contact the examination authority.

  • Candidate's name 
  • Roll number 
  • Registration number 
  • Photograph & Signature 
  • Date and time of exam 
  • Reporting time 
  • Address of exam centre 

Click here to download NABARD Group C Admit Card 2020

Candidates must carry Aadhaar Card, PAN Card, Passport, Driving License, Voter’s Card, Bank Passbook and Photo Identity Proof. Ration Card and Learner's Driving License is not considered as a valid ID proof.

The prelims and mains exam comprise four sections. The test paper comprises objective type questions. The question paper of preliminary and mains exams except English/Hindi Language will be available in English and Hindi. The total marks of the test are 120.

 

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Anangsha Patra
Deputy Manager – Editorial

A mass communication and journalism post-graduate, Anangsha has worked as a reporter and sub-editor and enjoys working in the education domain.

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