LIC AAO Exam Pattern 2014 Preparing for Assistant Administrative Officer Posts
The Life Insurance Corporation of India conducts the recruitment exam for the Assistant Administrative Officers (AAO) every year. The candidates who have applied for the concerned entrance exam should go through the details of exam from the information as given here below. The LIC Assistant Administrative Officer exam is an online test conducted at different examination centres all over India as specified for this purpose.
Name of Exam: Assistant Administrative Officer
Conducting Authority: Life Insurance Corporation
The candidates should appear and qualify in the objective type online test having multiple choice based questions on the following:
Reasoning Ability: 30 Questions (90 Marks)
Numerical Ability: 30 Questions (90 Marks)
General Knowledge, Current Affairs: 30 Questions (60 Marks)
Computer Knowledge: 30 Questions (60 Marks)
English Language with special emphasis on Grammar, Vocabulary and Comprehension: 40 Questions (100 Marks)
Total Number of Questions: 160
Total Marks Allotted: 400
The candidates will be penalized in the form of one-fourth marks deducted for every wrong answers attempted by them. The questions that remain un-attempted by the candidates shall not be awarded any marks. The candidates should obtain the minimum qualifying marks in the entrance exam as specified by LIC for this purpose. Mere passing in the exam will not be the eligibility to selection in the concerned post.
Eligibility for LIC AAO:
The candidates should be having a Bachelors/ Masters degree with a minimum of 55% marks of any recognized universities/ colleges in India.
Syllabus for LIC AAO:
The candidates appearing for the LIC AAO Recruitment exams should prepare as per the syllabus given below.
Mathematics: Number Theory; HCF & LCM; Fractions & Decimals; Number System; Ratio & Proportion; Square Roots and Cube Roots; Chain Rule etc
Reasoning: Mental Ability and Aptitude
English: Language based questions; Vocabulary; Grammar and Comprehension
General Knowledge and Current Affairs: History; Geography; Environmental Studies; General Science; Culture and Current Affairs
Basic Knowledge on Computers including types of computer; software hardware and internet etc.
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