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LIC AAO 2019 Syllabus and Exam Pattern for Generalists, IT, CA, Actuarial and Rajbhasha Officers

Mar 6, 2019 09:22 IST
    LIC AAO 2019 Exam Pattern and Syllabus
    LIC AAO 2019 Exam Pattern and Syllabus

    The Life Insurance Corporation of India (LIC) has issued notification for the recruitment of 590 Assistant Administrative Officer. The posts that are notified are: Generalists, IT, CA, Actuarial and Rajbhasha.

    The online application started from 2 March 2019 and the process will end on 22 March 2019. The tentative date of the Prelims Exam is 4 and 5 May 2019 while that of the Mains Exam is 28 June 2019.

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    LIC AAO 2019 Syllabus

    The LIC has not provided any specific syllabus for the AAO exam but on the basis of the analysis of previous exams, some important topics are as below:

    Syllabus of Quantitative Aptitude

    • Data Interpretation (Pie charts, Table chart, Bar Graphs, Line charts)

    • Number System

    • Approximation

    • HCF and LCM

    • Problems based on Age

    • Number Series

    • Quadratic Equations

    • Percentage

    • Ratio and Proportion

    • Average

    • Mixture and Allegations

    • Time and Work

    • Pipe and Cistern

    • Speed, Distance and Time

    • Partnership

    • Simple and Compound Interest

    • Permutation and Combination

    • Profit, Loss and Discount

    • Mensuration

    • Data Sufficiency

    Syllabus of Reasoning Ability

    • Seating Arrangement

    • Data Sufficiency

    • Alphanumeric Series

    • Puzzle

    • Coding-Decoding

    • Inequalities

    • Input - Output

    • Blood Relation

    • Ranking

    • Direction and Sense

    • Series

    Syllabus of English Language

    • Reading Comprehension (including questions on vocabulary)

    • Cloze Test

    • Sentence Improvement

    • Para Jumbles/ Sentence rearrangements

    • Spotting Errors

    • Double Fillers (Sentence Completion)

    • Phrase Replacement

    • Picking out Irrelevant Statements

    • Theme of the Passage

    Syllabus of General Knowledge and Current Affairs

    • Current Affairs (last 6 months)

    • Banking Awareness Topics (Banking in India, Banking Terminology, Bank Headquarters, Slogans of Banks)

    • Books & Authors

    • Important Places

    • Awards & Honours

    • Headquarters of Important Organisations

    • Schemes of Government

    • Important Days

    • Countries, their Capitals and Currencies

    • Airports around the World

    • Ports in India

    • Superlatives in India and the World

    • Abbreviations and Economic Terminologies

    LIC AAO 2019 Exam Pattern

    The LIC AAO Exam has three stages:

    1. Prelims Exam

    2. Mains Exam

    3. Interview

    All the candidates have to appear separately in these stages to get qualified finally.

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    LIC AAO Prelims Exam Pattern 2019

    There is a major change in the LIC AAO 2019 Exam Pattern. LIC has introduced the new concept of Sectional Timings in the Prelims Exam as done by the IBPS & SBI. The Prelims Exam is of Objective Type. It will be conducted online and total marks will be 70 though the number of questions will be 100. The English Language section is qualifying in nature and the marks will not be considered for the ranking. The duration of this test will be of 1hour and there will be three sections which are as follows:

    Section

    Questions

    Marks

    Minimum Qualifying Marks

    Time

     

     

     

    SC/ST

    Others

     

    Quantitative Aptitude

    35

    35

    16

    18

    20 min

    Reasoning Ability

    35

    35

    16

    18

    20 min

    English Language

    30

    ----

    9

    10

    20 min

    Total

    100

    70

    41

    46

    1 Hour

    Note:

    • The questions will be in bilingual except English Language.
    • 20 minutes is allowed for each section.
    • The candidates have to secure passing marks in each section.
    • Prelims Exam is qualifying in nature.

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    LIC AAO Mains Exam Pattern 2019

    Main examination will consist of objective tests for 300 marks and descriptive test for 25 marks. Both the objective and descriptive tests will be online. The objective test will have separate timing for every section. Candidates will have to answer descriptive test by typing on the computer. Descriptive test will be administered immediately after the completion of the objective test. Here is the pattern of the exams:

    Mains Exam Objective Test (for Generalists):

    The duration of the Objective Test is 2 hours. There will be 4 sections. Total marks will be 300.

    Section

    Questions

    Marks

    Minimum Qualifying Marks

    Time

     

     

     

    SC/ST

    Others

     

    Reasoning Ability

    30

    90

    40

    45

    40 min

    GK and Current Affairs

    30

    60

    27

    30

    20 min

    Data Analysis and Interpretation

    30

    90

    40

    45

    40 min

    Insurance and Financial Market Awareness

    30

    60

    27

    30

    20 min

    Total

    120

    300

    134

    150

    2 Hours

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    Mains Exam Objective Test (for Specialists posts of IT, CA and Actuarial):

    The duration of the Objective Test is 2 hours. There will be 4 sections. Total marks will be 300.

    Section

    Questions

    Marks

    Minimum Qualifying Marks

    Time

     

     

     

    SC/ST

    Others

     

    Reasoning Ability

    30

    90

    40

    45

    40 min

    GK and Current Affairs

    30

    60

    27

    30

    20 min

    Professional Knowledge

    30

    90

    40

    45

    40 min

    Insurance and Financial Market Awareness

    30

    60

    27

    30

    20 min

    Total

    120

    300

    134

    150

    2 Hours

    Mains Exam Objective Test (for Specialists posts of Rajbhasha):

    The duration of the Objective Test is 2 hours. There will be 4 sections. Total marks will be 300.

    Section

    Questions

    Marks

    Minimum Qualifying Marks

    Time

     

     

     

    SC/ST

    Others

     

    Reasoning Ability

    30

    90

    40

    45

    40 min

    GK and Current Affairs

    30

    60

    27

    30

    20 min

    Professional Knowledge

    30

    90

    40

    45

    40 min

    Insurance and Financial Market Awareness

    30

    60

    27

    30

    20 min

    Total

    120

    300

    134

    150

    2 Hours

    NIACL AO Mains Exam Pattern and Syllabus

    Note:

    • The mode of question paper will be bilingual except English language.
    • The candidates need to qualify in each section to get shortlisted for the Interview and to get their Descriptive test evaluated.

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    Mains Exam Descriptive Test (for Generalist, IT, CA, Actuarial and Rajbhasha):

    The descriptive test will be conducted just after the completion of the objective test. The time for the descriptive test will be 30 minutes and total marks will be 25. There will be 2 questions in the descriptive test. The test will be in online mode.

    The candidates need to qualify the descriptive test for all the posts; but the marks in the descriptive test will not be considered for ranking. For the posts of Generalists, IT, CA and Actuarial, the descriptive test will be in English Language. For the post of AAO Rajbhasha, the descriptive test will be of Knowledge of Language. The candidates belonging to ST/SC need to score a minimum of 9 marks in the descriptive test while the candidates of other category need to score a minimum of 10 marks in the descriptive test.

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    How Scores are obtained?

    The scores obtained by each of the candidates in different sessions will be normalised using equi-percentile equating method.

    The Scores of Examination are obtained by adopting the following procedure:

    • Number of questions answered correctly by a candidate in each objective test is considered for arriving at the Score.
    • The score so obtained by a candidate are made equivalent to take care of the minor difference in difficulty level, if any, in each of the objective tests held in different sessions to arrive at the Equated Scores.
    • Test wise scores and scores on total is reported with decimal point up to two digits.

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    LIC AAO Interview

    Marks obtained in the Mains Exam only will be considered for shortlisting for interview and marks obtained in Mains Exam + marks obtained in Interview will be considered for final merit listing of candidates.

    I. Commensurate to the number of vacancies, LIC reserves the right to fix the eligibility standards in order to restrict the candidates to be called for interview and also fix the minimum marks to qualify in the interview. Maximum Interview marks are 60 and qualifying marks for EWS, Unreserved, OBC and PwBD candidates are 30. Qualifying marks for SC/ST candidates are 27. Candidates who obtain less than 8 qualifying marks in interview shall not be considered for further process of recruitment.

    II. The number of candidates to be called for interview will be about three times the number of vacancies to be filled in subject to availability of successful candidates in the Mains Exam and will be as per their ranking in their respective category.

    III. In case of similar marks of two or more candidates, the merit order of such group of candidates shall be as per the aggregate marks in Mains Exam and interview and further as per their additional post graduation qualification (i.e. the person with higher educational qualification will be placed higher in the merit order) and in case of further similarity in educational qualification merit order will be decided on the basis of age, (i.e. senior in age will be placed higher in merit order).

    IV. Outstation candidates called for interview shall be entitled for re-imbursement of Second Class Ordinary to and fro Railway/Bus Fare by the shortest route from the place of residence to the place of interview to be restricted to the fare by Railway Second Class Sleeper including the Reservation charges.

    V. There will be no waiting list for candidates not declared successful in the main list.

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    Considering the exam pattern and syllabus, the candidates should start preparing for the exam. The syllabus is exhaustive and should be studied well so that the chance of success becomes more in the exam.

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