LIC - The Largest Insurance Company and Its Recruitment Process 2013

Everyone knows that The Life Insurance Corporation of India (LIC) is most trusted & beneficial life insurance company of India. It carries recruitment for Assistant Administrative Officers (AAO) every year because it is increasing business day by day in this country. So it has the requirement of AAO or Assistant Administrative Officers every year. Like other government recruitment exams, the competitive exam of LIC follows a tough pattern of questions. It is a biggest Life Insurance organization in India which gives the best policies to its customers. LIC has more than 200 million policy holders, this count is highest than other insurance providers companies/ organizations in India.

The many job aspirants want such a career which gives many benefits. They want a good salary package and career growth from the organization side. After their completion of education, they find lots of options in front of them, but these dual benefits provider organization cannot be found. LIC or Life Insurance Corporation of India is only organization which cares the job seekers thinking. It gives a good salary package and instead career growth. Job seekers can get the dual benefits from the side of LIC & a graduate job seeker may apply for the post of AAO for good & bright career in India.
LIC of India came in 1956 to insure the life of people. The cheap policies & beneficial policies are attracted people to add with LIC. These policies relate to the mutual funds, investments, pensions, and housing finances. To handle their customers of these policies, a big man power is necessary to the Life Insurance Corporation. LIC knows that a better functioning cannot reach to its customers without recruiting man power. To give better functions, it arise the recruitment for various positions in India. The work profile AAO has been published in the LIC recruitment 2013.

The selection of the candidates for the positions of AAO (Chartered Accountant, Actuarially qualified, Generalist) is done after taking a written exam and an interview, but no need is require written exam for AAO chartered accountant and actuarially qualified. Interview and written exam both are for the AAO generalist. Written exam consists of two papers of objective and descriptive. Paper 2 is only for checking the interest of candidates & policies. Selection of the candidates has been done after the result of the first paper. The objective type question paper is based on aptitude, reasoning, English, current affairs. LIC can make the bright career of the candidates, if they clear this written exam and an interview. publishes the other job of other organizations in India. LIC is one of them & we have published the notifications of LIC., LIC Admit Card 2013

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