ARD Questions Asked in NABARD Grade-A Prelims 2021
ARD Questions Asked in NABARD Grade-A Prelims 2021
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ARD Questions Asked in NABARD Grade-A Prelims 2021

Agriculture and Rural Development (ARD) Questions Asked in NABARD Grade-A Exam. As we all know NABARD Grade-A Prelims 2021 Exam was conducted on 18th September. Here we are sharing the Agriculture and Rural Development (ARD) questions asked in NABARD Grade-A Exam. These questions can be helpful for the upcoming NABARD exams.

The level of Agriculture & Rural Development section was of moderate level. Questions were asked about the soil, irrigation, current affairs, recent Govt. schemes, and reports. The following are some of the ARD Memory based Questions Asked in the NABARD Grade-A Phase I Exam: 18th September 2021-

  • Which agroforestry system involves perennial hedges along with agriculture crop production? Alley cropping
  • quincunx system of planting is used for – fruits
  • The colour of soil is mainly due to diffusion of iron oxide rather than presence of Manganese. – Laterite soil
  • Which crop produce maximum residue- cereals
  • Portion of soil covered with air and moisture is called as – Pore space
  • ……….simply involves slowly delivering water to plants at root zone and results in saving of water. – Drip irrigation
  • The cultivable command area of Medium irrigation projects is – 2,000-10,000 hectares.
  • Haryana belongs to which agro climatic zone ? Trans gangetic plains
  • As per NAS, the share of livestock in total GVA in 2018-19 is – 19 %
  • As per 4th Handloom Survey, percentage of weavers in rural areas – 7 %
  • Which instrument is used for the measurement of Humidity? Hygrometer
  • Quincunx system of plantation includes ________________ papaya
  • Hedging and cropping in agroforestry is known as______. Alley cropping
  • Potamodromous fish is a freshwater fish. Which fish is categorized as potamodromous fish? catfish
  • What fraction of its geographical area of a country should be under forest cover_____. 1/3
  • The e-Agri network by an Indian tobacco company (ITC) is known as ____. e-Choupal
  • Which fertilizer is organic in Nature? Cow Dung
  • Wheel Hoe is used for _______. weeding and intercultural operations
  • As per Handloom Census 2019-20 how many households are located in rural areas of our countries? 87% of total household units (27.83 lakh)
  • Which state has the highest number of food processing companies? Maharashtra
  • Hens reared for eggs are called _____. layers
  • The traditional methods of processing fish by salting, drying, smoking pickling etc. are collectively known as _____. Curing
  • Maximum selling agricultural product through National Agriculture Market (eNAM) _____. Vegetables
  • Covering soils with crop residue, haw straws, etc to conserve moisture is known as _____. Mulching
  • Medium irrigation schemes include those irrigation schemes under which arable area is – more than 2,000 hectares but less than 10,000 hectares
  • The World Bank has approved of an assistance worth 6000 crores to Atal Bhujal Yojana. What is the main objective of ‘Atul Bhujal Yojana’? To tackle the country’s depleting groundwater level
  • Which instrument is used to measure humidity? hygrometer
  • According to 11th Edition of Emissions Gap Report 2020 (Annual report) released by United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), the Global Carbon Dioxide Emissions are set to fall by what per cent in 2020 owing to Pandemic? 7%
  • Which one of the following terms describes the practice of growing two or more crops simultaneously on the same piece of land? Mixed cropping
  • As per Emissions Gap Report 2020,largest emitter of GHG is – China
  • Which of the following is Indian major carp ,loved by people. – Catla
  • Potadromous fish lived their entire lifestyle in freshwater systems. Which of the following is Potadromous fish- Catfish
  • The traditional methods of processing fish by salting, drying, smoking pickling etc. are collectively known as- Curing
  • What is the minimum forest cover to be maintained as per the National Forest Policy 1988? one-third
  • Objective of Atal bhujal Yojana ?
  • As per agricultural census, Share of operational holding for small farmers is? 1 -2 ha
  • The practice of growing two or more crops together in distinct row arrangement. – Intercropping
  • State having maximum no. of FPOs is? Bihar
  • Which state has maximum no. of women run SHGs? Bihar or AP
  • Practice of covering the soil/ground with hay, farm residue etc to make more favourable conditions for plant growth, development and efficient crop production and conserve moisture is called- Mulching
  • National Rural Livelihood Mission (NRLM) earlier know as – Swarnajayanti Grameen Swarojgar Yojana
  • The objective of intervention is to protect the growers of fruits and vegetables from making distress sale due to lockdown and reduce the post -harvest losses.- Operation Greens (TOP to TOTAL)
  • Nabard project aimed for digitization of SHG.- EShakti
  • Instrument used for measuring relative humidity.- Hygrometer
  • Wheel hoe tool is used for- Weeding
  • In e-NAM, more trading is done in which commodity-
  • Hens reared for egg purpose are known as- layers
  • loans up to ₹50,000 under MUDRA yojana- shishu
  • DAY-NRLM has a provision for interest subvention, to cover the difference between the Lending Rate of the banks and 7%, on all credit from the banks/ financial institutions availed by women SHGs, for a maximum of ₹ 300,000/- per SHG. The difference between the bank lending rates and 7% for loans up to ₹300,000/- is subject to a maximum limit of- 5%
  • What is electronic trading platform of ITC? e-choupal
  • Male goat capable of breeding is called? Buck

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Importance of the ARD Memory-Based Questions:

  • Solving NABARD Grade-A ARD memory-based questions might help you gain a better knowledge of the exam format.
  • Enables you to make a good plan and strategy to start preparing for next year’s exam.
  • You may easily adapt to the exam pattern.
  • You can know the important chapters and topics to especially focus on.
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