Hi Aspirants.. As informed you in our previous post, Life Insurance Corporation of India (LIC) has already released the notification of its Assistant Administrative Officer (AAO) Exam for the Vacancies in 2016. There are around 700 Vacancies this time and exam is scheduled on 05th,06th , 13th March 2016. Let's have a look at the Selection Procedure, Exam Pattern and Syllabus.
Selection will be made on the basis of performance in the on-line Examination followed by a personal interview of short listed candidates and subsequent Pre-Recruitment Medical Examination.
On-line examination will be of objective type, multiple choices of 120 minutes (2 hrs) duration comprising of the following:
a. Reasoning Ability
b. Quantitative Aptitude
c. General Knowledge, Current Affairs
d. Computer Knowledge
e. English Language with Special emphasis on Grammar, Vocabulary and Comprehension.
Penalty for Wrong Answers
There will be a penalty for wrong answers marked in the Objective Tests. For each question for which a wrong answer has been given by the candidate, one fourth (1/4) of the marks assigned to that question will be deducted as penalty to arrive at corrected score. If a question is left blank, i.e. no answer is marked by the candidate; there will be no penalty for that question. The marks obtained by the candidate in each Section and in the aggregate shall be arrived at after deduction of the marks for wrong answers.
Note: 1) Candidate MUST pass in each Section separately and should also obtain minimum marks in the aggregate to qualify for the interview.
2) The minimum marks to be obtained in each Section and in the aggregate shall be decided by LIC. English Language test is of qualifying nature and the marks in English Language will not be counted for ranking.
The Scores of Online Examination are obtained by adopting the following procedure:
(i) Number of questions answered correctly by a candidate in each objective test is considered for arriving at the Corrected Score after applying penalty for wrong answers.
(ii) The Corrected Scores so obtained by a candidate are made equivalent to take care of the minor difference in difficulty level, if any, in each of the objective tests held in different sessions to arrive at the Equated Scores*
* Scores obtained by candidates on any test are equated to the base form by considering the distribution of scores of all the forms.
(iii) Test wise scores and scores on total is reported with decimal point upto two digits.
Note: Cutoffs are applied in two stages:
i. on scores in individual tests
ii. on Total Score