LIC Assistant Admit Card: Admit card can be released today

LIC Assistant Admit Card

LIC Assistant Admit Card

LIC Assistant Admit Card

LIC Assistant Admit Card: The admit card for LIC Assistant Recruitment Examination can be released today, October 15. Candidates who have applied can download the admit card from the official website of Life Insurance Corporation (LIC) (www.licindia.in). LIC had already announced the exam date. According to the notification, the LIC Pre Exam will be held on 30, 31 October in different examination centers. On 17 September, LIC had sought applications for assistant recruitment in different divisions.

LIC is conducting this examination for the recruitment of 7871 Assistant Posts. This examination was earlier to be held on 21 and 22 October. However, LIC issued a notification saying that apart from the exam date, other things of recruitment will remain the same.

Interview after the written test

Let us tell you that in the month of September, LIC had vacated a total of 7871 posts in eight zones on the posts of an assistant. Recruitment of qualified candidates will be on the basis of preliminary and written examination. Both exams will be online. The candidates who succeed in these will be called for the regional language test. The maximum recruitment in 1544 posts has been released in North Zone.

Written exam pattern

  1. This exam will be of 100 marks and 100 questions will be asked. Each question will carry one mark. The question paper will be divided into three parts.
  2. There will be 30 questions in Hindi and English language in the first part. 35 questions of numerical ability will be asked in the second part and 35 questions of reasoning in the third part.
  3. All questions will be optional. 60 minutes will be given to solve this. That is, you will get 20 minutes for each part.
  4. Negative marking will also be done in the exam. .25 marks will be deducted for each wrong answer.
  5. It is necessary to get minimum qualifying marks in each part. The successful candidates in the preliminary examination will be called for the main examination.

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