LIC AAO Interview 2019 : Selection Process

LIC AAO Selection Process 2019 [Interview]LIC Assistant Administrative Officer (AAO) 2019 selection process has been given in detail in the notification. With the release of notification, it is cleared that the Life Insurance Corporation of India (aka LIC) has prescribed a three-tiered selection process for appointment of eligible people to the post of Assistant Administrative Officers (Chartered Accountant / Generalist / IT / Actuarial / Rajbhasha). To secure a post of AAO, candidates will have to go through and qualify each stage / Phase of LIC AAO selection procedure. All the three stages of LIC AAO selection procedure are explained below.

Phase I – Preliminary Examination (CBT)

Candidates who will successfully submit their online application along with requisite application fee/intimation charges (whatever applicable) have to appear in Phase I (CBT) examination. Since it will be a CBT (computer based test) therefore candidates have to sit in front of a computer for the specified time duration. CBT will be divided into 3 sections having total 100 MCQs for a maximum of 70 marks.

  • English Language Test with Special emphasis on Grammar, Vocabulary and Comprehension – In this section of Phase I CBT, there will be 30 MCQs to be solved in 20 minutes. Each MCQ will be of 1 mark. MCQs will be available in English only. Marks obtained by candidates in this section will not be considered for ranking because English Language Test will be of qualifying nature. Minimum qualifying marks for SC / ST will be 9 and 10 for others.
  • Quantitative Aptitude – This test will have 35 MCQs to be solved in 20 minutes. Each MCQ will be of 1 mark. MCQs will be available in English only. MCQs will be available in both Hindi and English. Minimum qualifying marks for SC / ST will be 16 and 18 for others.
  • Reasoning Ability – This test will have 35 MCQs to be solved in 20 minutes. Each MCQ will be of 1 mark. MCQs will be available in English only. MCQs will be available in both Hindi and English. Minimum qualifying marks for SC / ST will be 16 and 18 for others.

Phase II Main Examination

Based on marks in the Phase I Preliminary examination, candidates will be shortlisted for Phase II main examination to be held on June 28, 2019 (tentative). Main examination will be held in online mode having an objective test and descriptive test. Each test will have separate timing. Post wise main examination pattern is given below

For LIC AAO (Generalist)

TestsQuestionsMax. marksMinimum qualifying marks Duration
SC / STOthers
Insurance and Financial Market Awareness3060273020 min
General Knowledge, current affairs3060273020 min
Reasoning Ability3090404540 min
Data Analysis & Interpretation3090404540 min
Total120300120 min
English Language (Letter writing & Essay)22591030 min

For LIC AAO (Rajbhasha)

TestsQuestionsMax. marksMinimum qualifying marks Duration
SC / STOthers
Insurance and Financial Market Awareness3060273020 min
General Knowledge, current affairs3060273020 min
Reasoning Ability3090404540 min
Professional Knowledge3090404540 min
Total120300120 min
Knowledge of Language (Descriptive)22591030 min

For LIC AAO (IT / Chartered Accountant / Actuarial)

TestsQuestionsMax. marksMinimum qualifying marks Duration
SC / STOthers
Insurance and Financial Market Awareness3060273020 min
General Knowledge, current affairs3060273020 min
Reasoning Ability3090404540 min
Professional Knowledge3090404540 min
Total120300120 min
English Language (Essay & Letter writing)22591030 min

Phase III – Interview

Candidates qualified in Phase II examination will be called for the interview. To qualify interview, a candidate has to score the minimum qualifying marks set by the Life Insurance Corporation of India.

LIC AAO Selection Process

Stage III : Pre-Employment Medical Examination

After conducting Stage-III interview successfully, the Life Insurance Corporation of India will prepare a list of shortlisted candidates. Such candidates should have to go through a Pre-employment medical test organized by LIC to confirm whether shortlisted candidate is medically fit or not.

Now you know the complete selection process of LIC Assistant Administrative Officer (AAO) 2019. If you want to apply for this examination then continue reading as we are going to explain how to apply for LIC Assistant Administrative Officer (AAO) 2019. LIC Assistant Administrative Officer (AAO) 2019 application process will be divided into three stages.

  • The first one will be candidate’s registration. In this stage, a candidate has to fill and submit registration form to get a ‘provisional registration number’ & ‘password’
  • After getting ‘provisional registration number’ & ‘password’, a candidate has to login into his/her account to complete online application
  • After submitting application successfully, a candidate has to pay his/her application fee/intimation charges (whatever applicable) online by using a credit/debit card or through net banking.
  • After attempting online application, candidates should take a print out of e-receipt & final submitted application

LIC AAO 2019 Important Dates

Particulars / EventsDates
LIC AAO notification releasedMarch 2, 2019
LIC AAO online registration starts fromMarch 2, 2019
LIC AAO online registration last dateMarch 22, 2019
Payment of application fee02 to 22 March, 2019
Call letter for Phase I examinationFrom 22 to 30, April 2019
Phase I (CBT)May 04 & 05, 2019 (tentative)
Phase I Result-
Call letter for Phase II examination-
Phase II (CBT)June 28, 2019 (tentative)
Phase II Result-
Call letter for Phase III Interview-
Phase III Interview will be on-
Final Result-

LIC AAO Selection Process FAQs

Q. What Will Be The Types Of Questions In LIC AAO Phase I Examination 2019?

A. LIC AAO 2019 Phase I examination will have objective type questions.

Q. How Many Questions Will Be In LIC AAO Phase II Main Examination?

A. LIC AAO main examination will have 120 MCQs for 300 marks and 2 descriptive questions for 25 marks.

Q. Is There An Interview For The Posts Of LIC AAO?

A. There will be an Interview for the posts of LIC AAO.

Last Words

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