LIC AAO 2019 | Interview Date Announced | Mains Exam Result 2019 Out

LIC AAO

Life Insurance Corporation (LIC) has disclosed the notification of vacancies for the post of Assistant Administrative Officers (AAO). Candidates willing to join can apply online for LIC – AAO. Aspirants willing to work in Insurance sector can prepare for this exam. Candidates always seek for these kinds of job and wonder whether if these Insurance jobs are good for Banking Sector or not.

There are very candidates familiar about these Insurance exams and their available jobs. This is because other bank related exams occur more frequently with a larger no. of seats.

LIC – AAO includes posts like Generalist, IT, Chartered Accountant, Actuarial, Rajbhasha. Candidates must be aware about it before filling the LIC – AAO exam form.

Posts & Job Profile of LIC AAO

Various departments of LICs’ according to which duties and responsibilities of AAO may vary as per department. These departments can be listed as follows:

  1. Actuarial
  2. Claims
  3. Generalist
  4. Finance/ Accounts
  5. Information Technology
  6. Inspection
  7. Marketing/ Sales
  8. Chartered Accountant
  9. New Business
  10. Policy Servicing
  11. Rajbhasha

LIC – AAO primarily involves Administrative work. Functional Areas at the post of LIC – AAO are:

  • Inspecting and analyzing currently running policies.
  • Communicating with other department.
  • Planning new schemes/ policies.
  • Inspecting and regulating old policies.
  • Interacting with clients and solving with their queries.
  • Claim Processing.
  • To negotiate with Agents/Development Officers
  • Performing other duties, time – to – time, as specified by your office – in – charge.
  • Creating and maintaining databases.
  • Since it is an administrative job, AAOs are not expected to procure more business to the corporation because that is the job of agents.

Eligibility Criteria for LIC – AAO

There is a set of eligibility criteria which candidate has to clear to appear in LIC – AAO exam.

  1. Age Limit
  • Minimum Age Limit: 21 years
  • Maximum Age Limit: 30 years

Age Relaxation

  • SC/ ST: 5 years
  • OBC: 3 years
  • Physically Disabled: 10 years
  • Physically Disabled + OBC: 13 years
  • Physically Disabled + SC/ ST: 15 years
  1. Educational Qualification

For all the posts of LIC – AAO, it is required to have a Bachelors’/ Masters’ degree from a recognized Indian University/ Institution.

 

AAO (Information Technology)

Graduation degree in Engineering in Computer Science, IT or Electronics, or an MCA, or M. Sc. (Computer Science) from a recognized University/ Institution.

 

AAO (Chartered Accountant)

The candidate should have a Bachelor’s Degree from a recognized Indian University/Institution and the candidate should have passed Final Examination of Institute of Chartered Accountants of India and completion of Articles as presented by Institute of Chartered Accountants of India.

 

AAO (Rajbhasha)

Post Graduate Master’s Degree in Hindi/Hindi translation with English as one of the subjects at Bachelor’s Degree level.

LIC – AAO Syllabus & Exam Pattern

LIC recruitment board will conduct the recruitment drive in 4 phases. They are

  • LIC – AAO Paper – 1/ Prelims Exam is an Objective Type Multiple Choice Questions Based Online Mode Exam. Paper – 1 is divided into 3 sections, containing 100 questions for 100 marks as a whole. Time duration for this paper is of 2 hours.
  • LIC – AAO Paper – 2/ Mains Exam is also an Objective Based Multiple Choice Questions Based Online Mode Exam. Paper – 2 is divided into 4 sections, each containing 30 questions, among which two sections are of 90 marks and two are of 60 marks. Paper – 2 also contains a separate section of English Language which carries 2 questions for 25 marks. The total time duration of Paper – 2 is 150 minutes.
  • Personal Interview
  • Pre-Medical Examination

LIC – AAO Paper – 1/ Prelims Exam

LIC – AAO Paper – 1/ Prelims Exam is an Objective Type Multiple Choice Questions Based Online Mode Exam. Paper – 1 is divided into 3 sections, containing 100 questions for 100 marks as a whole. Time duration for this paper is of 2 hours.

SECTION

No. of Questions

Max Marks

Exam Duration

Quantitative Aptitude

35

35

20 minutes

Reasoning Ability

35

35

20 minutes

English Language with special emphasis on grammar, vocabulary and comprehension

30

30

20 minutes

TOTAL

100

100

60 minutes


LIC – AAO Paper – 2/ Mains Exam

LIC – AAO Paper – 2/ Mains Exam is also an Objective Based Multiple Choice Questions Based Online Mode Exam. Paper – 2 is divided into 4 sections, each containing 30 questions, among which two sections are of 90 marks and two are of 60 marks. Paper – 2 also contains a separate section of English Language which carries 2 questions for 25 marks. The total time duration of Paper – 2 is 150 minutes.

SECTION

No. of Questions

Max Marks

Exam Duration

Reasoning Ability

30

90

40 minutes

Professional Knowledge

30

90

40 minutes

General Knowledge

30

60

20 minutes

Insurance and Financial Market Awareness

30

60

20 minutes

TOTAL

120

300

2 Hours

English Language (Letter Writing & Essays)

2

25

30 minutes

Personal Interview

Candidates those who qualify the Mains exam will be called for the Personal Interview. The minimum qualifying marks will be fixed by the LIC recruitment panel. The Candidates will be called for the interview on 3:1 ratio format.

Pre – Medical Test

Shortlisting candidates will be allowed for the pre-medical examination phase. They will be provisionally allocated only after found as a medically fit.

LIC – AAO Exam Dates

Tentative dates for LIC – AAO exams are as follows:

ACTIVITY

DATES

Online Registration Starts From

2 March, 2019

Last Date for Online Registration

22 March, 2019

Paper - 1 Admit Card

22 April to 30 April, 2019

Paper - 1 Online Exam

4 & 5 May, 2019

Paper – 1 Result Announced

5 June, 2019

Paper - 2 Online Exam

28 June, 2019

Paper - 2 Result Date

29 July, 2019

Interview Date

7 August, 2019