The NABARD Grade A exam is a highly competitive exam that is used to recruit officers for NABARD. One of the most important components of the exam is the essay writing section. This section is worth 100 marks, and it is used to assess the candidate’s writing skills, analytical ability, and knowledge of rural development.
This post lists 30 important/most probable essay writing topics that could be asked in the NABARD Grade A exam. These topics cover a wide range of issues related to rural development, such as the role of NABARD, the challenges faced by the agricultural sector, the importance of financial inclusion, and the impact of climate change.
By being familiar with these topics, you can increase your chances of success in the essay writing section of the NABARD Grade A exam.
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Bank whizz has introduced “Descriptive English Mock” concept in India after identifying the need of improving writing skill to score better in descriptive English section. Bank whizz has following tools for it –
As you know that the Descriptive English Paper of NABARD Assistant Manager Exam will carry 100 marks and you’re required to submit your answers in one hour. There are four sections
Bring out the chief features of monetary policy as it prevailed before 1990? (15 Marks Questions | Limit: 600 Words) *
Write down you perception of monetary transmission mechanism and intermediate targets. (15 Marks Questions | Limit: 600 Words) *
Give reasons for your answer. What are Special Drawing Rights (SRs)? Why is it being suggested that SDRs should have a greater role to play in a reformed international financial system? (15 Marks Questions | Limit: 600 Words) *
Bring out the developments in India’s balance of payments (BOPs) since around the year 2010. Would you consider the current BOPs position in India to be sustainable? (15 Marks Questions | Limit: 600 Words) *
What are the factors responsible for the emergence of a balance-of-payments/currency/financial crisis? Analyze with the help of some historical examples. Distinguish between head-count ratio and poverty-gap ratio as measures of poverty. What is the extent of poverty in India? (15 Marks Questions | Limit: 600 Words) *
Show that an economy cannot simultaneously have fixed exchange rates, perfect capital mobility and autonomous monetary policy. Bring out, in this context, the effects of increased capital inflows/outflows in an economy like India. (15 Marks Questions | Limit: 600 Words) *