LIC Assistant Recruitment 2019: Apply for over 8000 posts on licindia.in; exam pattern similar to Bank Clerk and PO Exams
LIC Assistant Recruitment 2019: Life Insurance Corporation (LIC) of India has released notification for online applications from aspirants for over 8000 vacancies across the country for the posts of Assistant at its official website.
LIC Assistant Recruitment 2019: Life Insurance Corporation (LIC) of India has released notification for online applications from aspirants for over 8000 vacancies across the country for the posts of Assistant at its official website, licindia.in. Interested candidates should visit the website to know the details as this is a golden chance for the job seekers to grab this opportunity.
According to the notification, the LIC Assistant Recruitment is being organised to fill up vacant positions in the various Divisional Offices of LIC under Central, Eastern, East-Central, Northern, Northern Central, Southern, South Central, and Western Zones.
The examination pattern for the LIC Assistant would be similar to Bank Clerk and PO Exams. Just to facilitate the aspirants, a link has been generated--licindia.in/Bottom-Links/Careers/Recruitment-of-Assistants-2019, where all the information related to this examination would be available soon, according to the latest information.
Reports in the media say that LIC Assistant/Clerk Recruitment's last date for LIC Assistant Registration would be October 1, 2019. Interested candidates should have Bachelor’s Degree from a recognized university.
The LIC Assistant Exam is expected to be held on October 21, and October 22, 2019.
LIC Assistant/Clerk Jobs 2019: The eligible candidates can apply online only through LIC Official Website.
Candidates belonging to For SC/ST category will have to pay intimation charges of Rs 50 along with transaction charges, while others have to pay application Fees-cum-Intimation Charges of Rs 600 plus transaction charges.
Selection Procedure for LIC Assistant/Clerk) Posts: The selection for the LIC Assistant posts will be done on the basis of Online Examination (Preliminary) followed by a Mains (Online Examination) and then they have to face an Interview.
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Marks obtained in the Main Examination only will be considered for shortlisting of candidates for the interview, and marks obtained in Main Examination + marks obtained in Interview will be taken into final consideration for the merit list.