NABARD Preliminary Exam Postponed to 15th May

It is educated that the Preliminary Online Examination for the post of Assistant Manager (RDBS) in Grade An and Manager (RDBS) in Grade B in NABARD will be hung on fifteenth May rather than eighth May as alluded to in the Advt. No. 6/Grade An and B/2015-16. The online exam is planned before on eighth May (Sunday) 2016. It is realized that the Exam has been put off with regards to Staff Selection Commissions' CGL Exam on same day. The careful time, venue, and so forth will be prompted in the Call Letter at the appropriate time.
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