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LIC AE, AAO 2020, August 28, Know Test Patterns

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LIC India will conduct the 2020 Qualifying Exams for Assistant Engineers (AEs) and Assistant Administrative Officers (AAOs) on August 28th. Check here for test patterns.

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  • Last updated:August 7, 2021 13:30 IST
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Life Insurance Corporation of India has announced a revised schedule for Assistant Engineer (AE) and Assistant Administrative Officer (AAO) Prelims 2020 exam dates. The exam, which was scheduled to take place on April 4, last year, will take place on August 28, 2021. The trial has been postponed due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

LIC will soon upload the admin card to the official website. Recruitment is underway to fill a total of 218 posts. Online applications were accepted from February 25th to March 15th.

Candidate selection is a three-step process: preliminary exams, main exams, written exams, and subsequent pre-employment health exams. Preliminary exams are conducted in an online mode consisting of multiple-choice questions (MCQ) from reasoning ability, grammar, vocabulary, English with a particular focus on comprehension, and quantitative aptitude. The exam time is 1 hour, the number of questions is 100, and the maximum score is 70.

Those who qualify for the LIC AE / AAO Qualifying Exam 2020 will be called in for the main exam. There are two treatises — Treatise 1 with objective questions from reasoning skills, general knowledge, current situation, expertise, insurance and financial markets.

Paper 2 has an explanation paper about English. Paper 1 has 300 questions for a total of 120 questions, and Paper 2 has 25 questions for AAO (legal) letter writing and essay writing / statutory drafting. Descriptive tests in English are of a qualified nature and their scores do not count towards ranking.

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