The Life Insurance Corporation of India has announced the LIC AE & AAO Exam 2020 very recently. There are Three levels to clear LIC assistant post; Preliminary, Main and Interview. The LIC conducts these exams to recruit the fitted candidates for AE & AAO posts to work within LIC. Only the eligible candidates who are having BE/ CA/ UG/ PG degree can able to participate in this recruitment program. Those candidates who can score minimum cut off ng marks in the preliminary level can appear for the Main exam. Whatever the organization initiated the online registration form 25th Feb for the for LIC AE & AAO exams. Also going to conduct the usual yearly exam pattern, the online process will start from 25th February 2020 with the prelim exam taking place on 4th April 2020.
Events LIC AE & AAO Exam
LIC Assistant Notification Release Date — 25th February 2020on-line registration Starts From — 25th February 2020Closing date of on-line registration — 3rd March 2020LIC Assistant Pre Call Letter Download — From 27th March 2020Preliminary Exam — 4th April 20203
Who Can Take Up The Exam?
A LIC aspirant must meet the eligibility criteria:
Age: An applicant must be in between 21 to 30 years of age. The final age parameters for will be shortly announced through the official notification.
Education: An applicant BE/UG/ PG/ CA in relevant discipline can apply for AE & AAO exam conducted by the LIC.An applicant belonging to the reserved category would be provided age relaxation. For more details check the LIC AAO Notification PDF Selection Procedure
Phase-I: Preliminary Examination
Phase II: Main Examination
Phase-III: InterviewPre-Recruitment Medical Examination
Passport size photograph — (4.5cm × 3.5cm)
Signature (using black ink)
Left thumb impression (on white paper with black or blue ink)
Handwritten declaration (on a white paper with black ink)
To assist your ability aspirants must take LIC AAO Mock Tests. So many valuable resources are conducting mock tests for competitive exams. A Mock test is an examination that serves practice for future exams. Or you can take the Mock test by yourself. Never take these tests lightly. One should be practice a minimum of two to three tests daily.