LIC Question Paper

Published: 10th September 2009
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In India, till date Insurance has been a prerogative under Government Undertaking. After the opening of Indian Market, now-a-days many of the multinational Insurance companies have come to offer more job opportunities in the insurance sector in India. But still the major Indian Government undertaking Insurance Enterprises namely LIC (Life Insurance Corporation), GIC (General Insurance Corporation) and Postal Life Insurance are always in the top place in recruiting the candidates for the placements by giving secured job to its Competitive Exams. People prefer to serve in these Establishments in large number. In the three major Insurance Companies of Indian Government i.e. Life Insurance, General Insurance and Postal Insurance, following positions are recruited every year basis:
Officer positions
Agent positions
Insurance surveyor positions
Recruitment - LIC Exams
For the recruitment of the Assistant Administrative Officers in Life Insurance Corporation (LIC), a national level Competitive Entrance Examination is held once in every year. There are two channels through which the candidates can seek entry into the Indian Insurance Companies as Assistant Administrative Officers:
Assistant Administrative Officers are recruited through Competitive Examination
Assistant Administrative Officers are appointed through a promotion from Class II and Class III levels.
Anyone recruited as a direct LIC AAO fcan hope to reach the highest level, according to the individual's performance levels. The main job responsibilities of AAOs
Administration
Registry of claims within permissible financial limit
Policy making
Filing official returns and statements to higher regional offices
Development
Marketing and procurement of business
Business promotion
Fund management and disbursal.
Important Dates - LIC Exams
The notification for the LIC Officers' examination is done by the end of April.
The examination normally is conducted in the month of June.
Scheme of the Examination - LIC Question Paper
The LIC question paper is the mainly in sync with the motive of the examination and generally comprises of the following pattern:

Examination Papers:
The Written Examination will consist of the following papers:
PAPER I (Objective)
It will consist of:
1. Reasoning Ability (Bilingual)
2. General Knowledge and Current Affairs (Bilingual)
3. Numerical Ability (Bilingual)
4. English Language with special emphasis on grammar and vocabulary.
PAPER II (Descriptive)
It will consist of:
1. Test on Essay (can be written in Hindi or English)
2. Precise and Comprehension in English
Interview: Interview is conducted with candidates who qualify in the Written Test. A list of qualified candidates is made available on the Internet and at respective offices.
Syllabus - LIC Exams
You may follow the below mentioned syllabus to solve the LIC question paper:
Test of Reasoning Ability: This test has been designed to judge you're thinking power, contains questions of various kinds. The test will be partly verbal, i.e., based on or related to words and partly non-verbal, i.e., based on or related to figures and drawings.
Test of Numerical Ability: The purpose of this test is to ascertain how quick you are in working at numerical calculations.
General Knowledge and Current Affairs: The purpose of this test is to ascertain a candidate's general awareness of environment around him and its application to society. The questions will be designed to test the candidate's knowledge of the current events and of such matters of everyday observation and experience as may be expected of an educated person, including topics on Life Sciences, Chemistry, Physics, etc.
There may also be questions on Geography of India, land and her people, History of India, her cultural heritage, freedom struggle and salient features of the Constitution of India, Economic and Social problems.
English Language: The purpose of this test is to gauge your knowledge of English. Your ability will also be tested through your choice of words, expressions and similar skills.

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