LIC AAO Exam Scheme and Syllabus

Selection Procedure (AAO Generalists)
(i) A Competitive examination will be held at 37 centers in India. Applicants will have to appear for the written examination on 27th February, 2011 (tentatively) at the City chosen by them/ allotted to them at their own expenses. The Corporation, however , reserves the right to change the examination date/Centre . Candidates will be informed accordingly in case of any change in the date /centre of examination.

(ii) Candidates will have to appear and qualify in the Written Test and Interview . Final selection will be based on the overall performance in the written test and interview . Selected candidates will have to undergo a successful Pre-Recruitment Medical Examination .

(iii) Written Test:

Candidates shall be ranked according to their performance in Paper I. Paper II is of qualifying nature and the marks obtained in this paper will not be counted for ranking. However, Paper II of only those candidates who obtain such minimum qualifying marks in each part of Paper I (as the Corporation may fix at its discretion at the appropriate stage ) will be assessed.
(iv) Depending on the number of vacancies, only those candidates who have secured the minimum qualifying marks in the written test and rank sufficiently high in the order of merit shall be called for a Personal Interview in the ratio of 1:3 or as decided by the Corporation at the appropriate stage . Appearing in the written examination or mere pass in the written examination shall not vest any right in a candidate to be called for Personal Interview.
(v) Interview
The number of candidates to be called for interview will be about three times the number of vacancies to be filled in subject to availability of successful candidates in the written test and will be purely as per the ranking list (Total marks obtained in Paper I). Candidates will have to obtain the minimum marks as will be decided by the Corporation in the interview . Candidates who do not obtain the minimum qualifying marks as decided shall be excluded from the selection process.
(vi) The Corporation reserves the right to fix the minimum eligibility standards in order to restrict the candidates to be called for interview, commensurate with number of vacancies and also the minimum qualifying marks to qualify in the interview. The decision of the Corporation in this regard shall be final and binding on the candidates and no correspondence will has been tertained in this regard.
(vii) Issue of Call Letters for written examination for AAO Generalists. Written test will be tentatively held on Sunday the 27th February, 2011 at the Examination cities given below. Full address of the examination centre shall be given in the Call Letter. Call Letters of all eligible candidates for the post of AAO Generalists will be posted on the website http://jobs.licindia.co.in on 7th February, 2011. Candidates will have to visit the website for downloading call letters for written examination from 7th February, 2011 onwards by clicking “My Call Letter “ . Information of important dates/change of dates, if any, regarding written examination, uploading of the call letters etc. shall be made available on the Notice Board on the above mentioned website. Candidates should bring two copies of the Call Letter to the Examination Centre. Candidates are required to affix their recent recognizable photographs on both the copies of the call letters, get it attested by a Gazetted Officer or Officer of a Public Sector Undertaking . The invigilator at the examination centre shall sign on both the copies of the call letter. One copy of the call letter shall be collected by the invigilator while the second copy will be retained by the candidate for future reference. The candidate will have to bring the copy of the call letter retained by him at the time of interview, if shortlisted for interview.

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