The magnetic monopole is a hypothetical particle with a magnetic charge. It is an important field configuration in many Grand Unified Theories. Dirac in 1931 derived a charge quantization condition, which suggests that the existence of one magnetic monopole in the universe will explain electric charge quantization. Since then, a search of the elusive particle has begun, and yet all came with negative results. The NOνA Far Detector is able to probe some of the parameter space for the search for monopoles. To achieve this, two dedicated triggers, one for fast monopoles and the other for slow monopoles, have been developed to record signals. Results for the first 8 months of high-gain slow monopole data were obtained, and a 90% CL limit was established with no monopole observed. The analysis in this thesis is focused on new data with a higher gain, and we have explored potential improvement in efficiency and improvements in the reconstruction algorithm. We have done this analysis on Monte-Carlo generated simulated data to establish efficiencies and examined a control set of the new data to understand its differences from the old.