NABARD Grade A Exam is one of the most prestigious exams in India. Its preparation requires a lot of labour, perseverance and a keen insight into various events going on in and around the country in all spheres of life.
Bankwhizz issues highly important Letter Topics for all regulatory body exams including SBI PO, IBPS PO, ECGC PO, GIC and the other for better preparation for the Descriptive English Paper Exam. Our perfect guess eases the preparation of the aspirants. Hence, throw yourself into preparing for this paper right from now on the given topics so as to fix one seat for yourself. Please, don’t take this paper for granted as it keeps a lot of weightage in your final selection.
If we analyse the Descriptive English Paper of the second phase of NABARD Grade A exam which was held previously, four sections were there: Essay, Precis, Reading Comprehension and Letter. Please, look at the following:
- Essay of about 400 words (However, word limit may differ) – 40 marks
- Précis of about 150 words (20 marks)
- Letter 250 words (20 marks)
- Comprehension – 5 questions (20 marks)
- Time – 90 Minutes
- Full Marks – 100
Now, being a sincere aspirant, please, note down the essay topics which are most likely to be asked in the exam NABARD Grade A Phase II exam. We have brought to you the Letter topics :
Here are some important letter writing topics:
- Request letter to the District Magistrate for opening a new branch of your bank in the area.
- Letter to the local Panchayat for construction of roads and bridges in the rural area.
- Complaint letter to the electricity department regarding the frequent power cuts in the area.
- Letter to the Agriculture department for providing subsidies to farmers for purchasing farming equipment.
- Letter to the Chief Executive Officer of a company, seeking funds for a social project in the area.
- Letter to the District Collector for providing assistance during a natural calamity.
- Letter to the District Education Officer for arranging skill development programs for the youth in the area.
- Letter to the local police station for increasing security in the area.
- Letter to the Municipal Commissioner for the construction of a public park in the area.
- Letter to the State Bank of India for opening a new account with your branch.
Remember, the key to writing an effective letter is to address the issue at hand, provide relevant details and suggestions, and make a persuasive argument to achieve the desired outcome.