LIC ADO Syllabus & Exam Pattern plus much moreADVERTISEMENT
About LIC ADO: LIC ADO stands for Life Insurance Corporation Apprentice Development Officers. Life Insurance Corporation of India wishes to make a common man’s life easier and happier. Thousands of vacancies appear for candidates in the Life Insurance Corporation of India every year. Jobs are available in different Divisional Offices of different States of India every year. LIC ADO Recruitment 2013 was announced in this year, in this article we will talk about LIC ADO Exam syllabus and exam pattern for this and next year also.
Eligibility for LIC ADO Exam 2013 – 2014
People from all over India can apply for positions with LIC.
A person who is 21 years of age can sit for this exam. Maximum age is 30 years. People belonging to reserved category get relaxation in terms of years.
A person applying for a post with LIC ADO should at least hold a graduation degree which should be from a recognized university.
Number of Posts & pay scale
Around five thousand five hundred and seventy eight vacancies are available for Life Insurance Corporation Apprentice Development Officers.
Officers who sit on the seat become eligible for a stipend of one thousand two hundred and forty two rupees along with Rs.7440-18560.
The exam consists of objective type question papers of 2 hours duration. Every question have multiple choices and candidates need to mark only correct answer each time to secure good marks and position. Minimum qualifying marks will be decided by LIC at time of preparing shortlisted candidates list. Marks of written exam and interview will be deciding factor in selection of candidates.
LIC ADO Exam Syllabus
Syllabus of LIC ADO Recruitment Examination for both the papers will cover following topics
- In first paper, candidates will have to face Reasoning and Numerical Ability test of objective questions.
- However, second paper will consist of questions from English Language, General Knowledge and Current affairs.
Online applications can be submitted for this post. The forms can be filled on the LIC website http://licindia.in.
A written exam needs to be cleared for sitting on the LIC officer’s seat. The test is conducted online. An interview takes place after clearing the written part.
The written exam comes with objective type questions. There are multiple choice questions which stretch along a two hour time limit. First paper is based on reasoning questions and there are questions to test the numerical ability of a candidate. English language, general knowledge and current affairs are meant for the second paper. Stress is laid on English Grammar and word power. Decision of LIC is final in each exam. A wrong answer comes with the threat of negative marking.
Candidates who reach the interview stage still face the threat of being rejected. One cannot do anything if Life Insurance Corporation administration decides to fail the candidate.
Those who wish to clear the exam for them it is essential to get all kind of information regarding current affairs not only of India but of the whole world. Today a candidate has all kinds of facilities to pass any such kind of competitive exam. Many private coaching centres have come up all over the country to guide the desiring candidates. Private tuitions are available at all times. At times the fee towards such coaching is beyond one’s imagination. General knowledge can be gained from different sources. Internet plays a great role in imparting the same. Many good books are available at book stores. Libraries too cater to the students by keeping latest books on different exams. Solved and unsolved papers can be seen online. Practice tests can be taken offline at different coaching centres. Solved question papers make learning easier. Reasoning exercises can be done online and offline as well. Numerical ability strengthens a person’s mind power. Books on this are available in every good book store.