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Nabard Development Assistant Previous Year Cut off


Nabard Development Assistant Previous year Cut off

Being familiar with the exam pattern is important for appearing in any exam. Equally important is knowing overall cut-offs of previous year, to plan preparation strategy for the current year.

See details of previous year cut-offs for Nabard Development Assistant

State/Union Territory

SC

ST

OBC

UR

PWD

EXs

Andaman & Nicobar

-

-

-

132.25

 

-

Andhra Pradesh - Telangana

123.00

 

128.75

131.25

 

128.50

Arunachal Pradesh

   

 

127.25

 

 

Bihar

130.50

 

131.00

138.00

 

110.75

Chhattisgarh

 

126.50

 

138.50

 

120.50

 Gujarat

   

 

129.50

 

%

Head Office Mumbai

125.50

112.75

130.75

132.00

125.25

118.00

Himanchal Pradesh

   

 

130.50

 

 

Jammu & Kashmir

   

 

138.00

 

 

Jharkhand

 

117.50

 

130.50

 

116.50

Karnataka  

121.50

 

121.25

126.25

121.00

97.00

Madhya Pradesh

126.00

115.75

 

136.00

 

118.50

Manipur

   

 

134.75

 

 

Meghalaya

   

 

116.50

 

 

Mizoram

   

 

122.50

 

 

Nagaland

   

 

133.50

 

 

New Delhi

118.25

 

 

136.00

 

 

Odisha

120.00

107.25

 

133.50

 

119.00

Rajasthan

116.00

 

134.25

137.00

 

120.00

Tamil Nadu

   

129.75

131.00

 

103.50

Tripura

   

 

117.50

 

 

Uttarakhand

   

 

143.00

 

 

Uttar Pradesh

126.75

 

128.75

144.75

 

109.50

 

Category-Wise NABARD Development Assistant Cut offs – Mains 2016

Category

Reasoning

General Awareness

Computer Awareness

Quantitative Aptitude

General

23.75

13.25

21

18.75

SC, ST, OBC, PWD, EXS

21.75

10.5

18.5

16.25



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