LIC AAO Mains Exam Pattern 2019 for Generalist, IT, Chartered Accountant, Actuarial, Rajbhasha Posts

LIC AAO Mains Exam Pattern 2019

LIC AAO Main Exam will be conducted online on 28th June 2019. LIC Assistant Administrative Officers (AAO) can be a lucrative job opportunity other than any banking job. LIC will make recruitment of total 590 vacancies for the posts of Assistant Administrative Officer (Generalist/ IT/ Chartered Accountant/ Actuarial/ Rajbhasha). Below is the distribution of number of vacancies announced this year by LIC for AAO Posts:

LIC AAO 2019 Vacancies

Below are important dates for LIC AAO Mains Exam 2019 Recruitment Process:

LIC AAO Mains Exam 2019

Important Dates

Admit Card Release Date

11th June 2019

Date of LIC AAO Online Main Exam

28th June 2019

Date of Main Exam Result

Not announced yet

Date of Interview

Not announced yet

So, we have compiled the latest exam pattern of LIC AAO Mains Exam 2019 which will help you in preparing for the exam in a systematic manner.

LIC AAO MAINS 2019 Exam Pattern

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.

Buy LIC AAO Mains 2019 Exam Preparation Books:

1. Insurance Awareness – 2: NIACL Assistant, NICL AO, LIC AAO, ADO & Other Banking & Insurance Exams (Competitive Exam Guide – 2017)

2. Kiran’s LIC AAO (Generalist) Online Main Exam Practice Work Book- English

1. LIC Main Examination for recruitment of AAO (Generalist):

LIC Online Mains Exam Pattern – AAO (GENERALIST)

S. No.

Sections

Number of Questions

Total Marks

Minimum Qualifying Marks

Duration

SC/ST

Others

1.

Reasoning Ability

30

90

40

45

40 minutes

2.

General Knowledge, Current Affairs

30

40

27

30

20 minutes

3.

Data Analysis & Interpretation

30

90

40

45

40 minutes

4.

Insurance and Financial Market Awareness

30

60

27

30

20 minutes

Total

120

300

120 minutes

5.

English Language (Letter writing & Essay)

2

25

9

10

30 minutes

Note: English Language test will be of qualifying nature and the marks in English Language will not be counted for ranking.

2. LIC Main Examination for recruitment of AAO (IT/ Chartered Accountant / Actuarial):

LIC Online Mains Exam Pattern – AAO (IT/ Chartered Accountant / Actuarial)

S. No.

Sections

Number of Questions

Total Marks

Minimum Qualifying Marks

Duration

SC/ST

Others

1.

Reasoning Ability

30

90

40

45

40 minutes

2.

General Knowledge, Current Affairs

30

60

27

30

20 minutes

3.

Professional knowledge

30

90

40

45

40 minutes

4.

Insurance and Financial Market Awareness

30

60

27

30

20 minutes

Total

120

300

120 minutes

5.

English Language

(Letter writing & Essay)

2

25

9

10

30 minutes

Note: English Language test will be of qualifying nature and the marks in English Language will not be counted for ranking.

3. LIC Main Examination for recruitment of AAO (Rajbhasha):

LIC Online Mains Exam Pattern – AAO (Rajbhasha)

S. No.

Sections

Number of Questions

Total Marks

Minimum Qualifying Marks

Duration

SC/ST

Others

1.

Reasoning Ability

30

90

40

45

40 minutes

2.

General Knowledge, Current Affairs

30

60

27

30

20 minutes

3.

Professional knowledge

30

90

40

45

40 minutes

4.

Insurance and Financial Market Awareness

30

60

27

30

20 minutes

Total

120

300

120 minutes

5.

Knowledge of Language Descriptive

2

25

9

10

30 minutes

Note: Knowledge of Language test will be of qualifying nature and the marks thereof will not be counted for ranking.

Candidate MUST obtain minimum qualifying marks in each Section separately and should also obtain minimum marks in the aggregate to qualify for the examinations (Preliminary and Main) and the interview. Descriptive paper of only those candidates will be evaluated who qualify in the objective part of main examination.

Marks obtained in the Main Examination only will be considered for shortlisting for interview and marks obtained in Main Examination + marks obtained in Interview will be considered for final merit listing of candidates. Pre-Recruitment Medical Examination/ Final Selection: Shortlisted candidates in final merit list will have to undergo Pre-Recruitment Medical Examination and if found medically fit, will be offered appointment.

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