LIC AAO 2018: LIC refutes reports about AAO notification

LIC AAO 2018: LIC refutes reports about AAO notification
Bachan Thakur | Aug 8, 2018 - 4:39 p.m. IST
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New Delhi, July 19: The Life Insurance Corporation of India (LIC) has released a clarification mentioning that it has not released any notification for the recruitment of Assistant Administrative Officer (AAO) posts. Careers360 contacted the Corporate Communications (CC) Department of LIC Headquarters in Mumbai and the concerned person on the condition of anonymity confirmed that the reports carried out by various newspapers and online portals are fake and that LIC has not released any notification for AAO 2018. However, the LIC official refused to comment anything on whether the exam would be held this year.

The clarification from LIC comes after newspapers like Amar Ujala and others carried reports that LIC AAO 2018 notification has been released with specific dates of application form and the number of vacancies. However, now LIC has issued clarification that any such report was fake.

Listen what LIC Officials told Careers360 on conducting LIC AAO 2018

Not only this, LIC has even made an announcement in this regard on its Twitter account. Check the snapshot of LIC’s Twitter account below.

LIC’s Tweet

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LIC conducts LIC AAO recruitment exam in two phases – Written Exam and Interview. The written exam has sections like Numerical Ability, G.K, Reasoning, Computer Knowledge and English which carry 300 marks. Candidates are given 2 hours to complete the written exam wherein candidates have to answer the objective type questions.

Candidates who are able to secure the qualifying marks in the written exam can appear in the Interview. Final selection of the candidates is determined by the marks secured by the candidates in the written examination and the personal interview.

After their selection in the interview, the candidates have to go through a pre-recruitment medical examination. Post the pre-recruitment medical examination, LIC issues the Letter of appointment to the candidates.


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