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    How to prepare for LIC and AAO entrance exam? What are the reference books for the same?

    How to prepare for LIC agent & AAO exam, is there any different book gor insurance sector exams??

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    Re: How to prepare for LIC and AAO entrance exam? What are the reference books for the same?

    To get a good score in LIC AAO exam, you have to read different types of books like monthly magazines and book published particularly for that examination.
    In LIC AAO examination there will be questions on numerical ability, reasoning, english language and general awareness.

    There isnt any special book for such insurance sector but you can get a particular book for this LIC examination.

    Few books are mentioned below:

    1. Objective Arithmetic by R. S. Agarwal
    2. Quicker Maths by M. Tyra
    3. English Grammar by Wren & Martin
    4. Pratiyogita Darpan published by Kiran Publication
    5. LIC AAO Examination Book published by Upakar publication.

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    Re: How to prepare for LIC and AAO entrance exam? What are the reference books for the same?

    To prepare for LIC you should have passed graduation with 55% or above & age between 21 years to 30 years.
    Entrance exam will contain 4 papers namely
    1.Reasoning-60 question
    2.Aptitude(Maths)-30 question
    3.English-30 question
    4.General knowledge-20 question.
    After the objective paper of 2 hours,you will get descriptive paper of 1 hour.It contains Letter writing,Essay & Comprehension.
    And you have to qualify in each of the paper.Qualifying marks wold be 40%.There are lots of books to refer its up to you which book you seems ideal for you.According to me just check out UPKAR'S books for Competitive exams.

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    Re: How to prepare for LIC and AAO entrance exam? What are the reference books for the same?

    You should have passed graduation with 55% or above & age between 21 years to 30 years.
    The exam papers contain:-
    Reasoning-60 question, Aptitude(Maths)-30 question, English-30 question, General knowledge-20 question

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    Re: How to prepare for LIC and AAO entrance exam? What are the reference books for the same?

    solve last year question papers and there are books available in market for specially preapartion for entrance u can use that if u want to score good marks

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    Re: How to prepare for LIC and AAO entrance exam? What are the reference books for the same?

    The LIC Assistant Administrator Officer exam have the following exam structure:

    Written Exam Syllabus:

    1. Reasoning Ability (Reference R.S. Aggarwal)
    2. Numerical Ability (Reference R.S. Aggarwal)
    3. General Knowledge & Current Affairs (Any G.K.Book)
    4.
    English Language with special emphasis on grammar and vocabulary (Any Book)


    Descriptive paper: It includes essay test and comprehension test and it carries 50 marks. The test should be completed within 1 hour.

    Interview:[FONT=Verdana, Arial, sans-serif] The applicant will be called for an interview only if he/she had secured high marks. It also depends on the number of vacancies.[/FONT]

    [FONT=Verdana, Arial, sans-serif]With the above books also prefer some other books and try to solve most of the questions because these types of test are not hard but lengthy exam. Also test yourself by mock papers.

    Eligibility for the LIC AAO exam:

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    AAO(Generalist) : Bachelor/Master’s Degree from a recognized Indian University (under UGC) with a minimum of 55% marks in the aggregate in either of the Degrees which is relaxable to 45% in case of SC/ST candidates.

    AAO (Chartered Accountant): An Associate Member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India (ICAI)

    AAO(Company Secretary) : A Member of the Institute of Company Secretaries of India (ICSI)

    AAO (Legal): LL.B. with a minimum of 50% marks in the aggregate and minimum three years experience at the Bar
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    Re: How to prepare for LIC and AAO entrance exam? What are the reference books for the same?

    Selection Criteria of this examination :- Written examination and Personal Interview

    Written examination can be divided into Objective paper and Descriptive paper.

    Objective papers :- 2 hrs for 140 Marks.

    -Reasoning ability
    -Numerical ability
    -General Knowledge
    -Current affairs
    -English(Grammar & Vocabulary)

    Descriptive paper :- 1 hrs for 50 marks.

    -Essay writing
    -Precis writing
    -Comprehension

    LIC AAO Officer divided into four examination :-

    -Generalists
    -Legal
    -Chartered Account
    -Company Secretary

    The age should be between 21 years and 30 years and relaxation is applicable for reserved categories.

    AAO(Generalist) :-

    The candidate should have passed graduate degree/master degree of a recognized University or equivalent qualification and the candidate must secure at least 55% aggregate marks and 45% aggregate marks for SC/ST candidates.They preference for this examination is CFA/CS/FIIRM/MBA from a recognized University or equivalent qualification.

    AAO(Charted Accountant) :-

    The candidate must be an Associate Member of the Institute of Charted Account of India.

    AAO(Legal) :-

    The candidate need to completed graduation in LLB from a recognized University or equivalent qualification and the candidate must secure at least 55% aggregate marks in their examination and minimum three years experience in this profession.

    AAO(Company Secretary) :-

    The candidate must be an Associate Member of the Institute of Company Secretary of India.

    Books for this examination :-



    Populer Master Guide: LIC AAO Examination
    by R. Gupta's
    Publisher: Ramesh Publishing House
    ISBN: 8178123932



    LIC AAO Examination Guide
    by Editorialrph Board
    Publisher: Ramesh Publishing House
    ISBN: 8178125102



    Study Guide LIC AAO Assistant Administrative Officer Recruit. Exam.
    by Gk
    Publisher: G. K. Publications
    ISBN: 8183552579



    LIC Assistant Administrative Officer's Exam Guide
    by Dr. R.P.Datason, Dr.B.P.Sadana, S.L.Gulati
    Publisher: New Light Publishers
    ISBN: 8186332197

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    Re: How to prepare for LIC and AAO entrance exam? What are the reference books for the same?

    I am bca pass from sikkim manipal university can i get job lic aao.

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    Re: How to prepare for LIC and AAO entrance exam? What are the reference books for the same?

    Quote Originally Posted by subh.85sharma View Post
    How to prepare for LIC agent & AAO exam, is there any different book gor insurance sector exams??
    hello sir.....................


    LIC's Assistant Administrative Officer (AAO) Exam gives a direct entry to the officer cadre. Anyone recruited as a direct AAO can hope to reach the highest level, provided his/her performance in the profession is very good.

    For the [COLOR=#0000FF !important]recruitment[/COLOR] of the Assistant Administrative Officers in Life Insurance Corporation (LIC), a national level Civil Services examination is held once a year. It may be noted here that Assistant Administrative Officers are recruited either through this Civil Services examination or through promotion from Class II and Class III levels.

    The tasks of the AAOs concern Administration and Development of Accounts.
    • Administration
    • Registry of claims within permissible financial limit
    • Policy making
    • Filing official returns and statements to higher regional offices
    • Development
    • [COLOR=#0000FF !important]Marketing[/COLOR] and procurement of business
    • Business promotion
    • Fund management and disbursal.
    Eligibility Criteria

    Age: 21 – 28 years in the year of examination.

    Educational Qualification: Graduate or a post graduate with a minimum of 50 % marks.

    Exam Pattern

    The examination comprises of the following two stages:
    • [COLOR=#0000FF !important]Stage[/COLOR] I: Written Examination
    • Stage II: Interview
    [COLOR=#0000FF !important]Written Test consists of Paper I which is objective in nature and Paper II which is descriptive in nature.[/COLOR]

    PAPER I is set on the following topics:
    1. Reasoning Ability (Bilingual)
    2. General Knowledge and Current Affairs (Bilingual)
    3. Numerical Ability (Bilingual)
    4. English Language with special emphasis on grammar and vocabulary.
    PAPER II (Descriptive) is a test on Essay which can be written in English or Hindi. Descriptive type test also contains a test on précis and comprehension in English.

    Syllabus

    Test of Reasoning Ability: This test has been designed to judge the candidate’s thinking power, and it contains questions of various kinds. The test will be partly verbal, i.e., based on or related [COLOR=#0000FF !important]to words[/COLOR] and partly non-verbal, i.e., based on or related to figures and drawings.

    Test of Numerical Ability: The purpose of this test is to ascertain how quick you are in working at numerical calculations.

    General Knowledge and Current Affairs: The purpose of this test is to ascertain a candidate's general awareness of environment around him and its application to society. The questions will be designed to test the candidate's knowledge of the current events and of such matters of everyday observation and experience as may be expected of an educated person, including topics on Life Sciences, Chemistry, Physics, etc.

    There may also be questions on Geography of India, History of India, cultural heritage, freedom struggle and salient features of the Constitution of India, Indian economy and Society.

    English Language: The purpose of this test is to gauge your knowledge of English. Your ability will also be tested through your choice of words, expressions and similar skills.

    [COLOR=#0000FF !important]Application Procedure[/COLOR]

    The blank [COLOR=#0000FF !important]application form[/COLOR] and other details are published in the [COLOR=#0000FF !important]Employment[/COLOR] News, generally in the second week of April, and the last date for submission of application is usually the second week of May every year.

    Tentative Dates
    • [COLOR=#0000FF !important]Notification[/COLOR]: April
    • Conduct of Exams: June.



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    Re: How to prepare for LIC and AAO entrance exam? What are the reference books for the same?

    Reference books for exam of LIC and AAO are:
    LIC AAO Exam Guide By RPH Editorial Board
    LIC AAO Exam Guide By Datason Rp
    Guide To LIC A.A.O. Assistant Adminstrative Officer Recruitment exam.by GK publishers.

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    Re: How to prepare for LIC and AAO entrance exam? What are the reference books for the same?

    dear friend,


    LIC AAO stands for LIC Assistant Administrative Officer

    Eligibility Criteria


    Age should be between
    21 – 28 years

    Educational Qualification:
    Graduate or a post graduate with a minimum of 50 % marks.

    The examination comprises of the following two stages:
    • Stage I: Written Examination
    • Stage II: Interview

    TIPS FOR PREPARATION;

    One needs to practice regularly to improve knowledge and speed.Regular practice also generates a lot of confidence in the mind of the candidate to attempt the paper.
    For subjects like GK and current affairs, one needs to start practicing early and regularly.
    ​ A good understanding, rich vocabulary and regular practice usually help a candidate to do well in Essay and Précis.


    SOME OF THE BEST REFERENCE BOOKS FOR ITS PREPARATION;













    all the best................

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    Re: How to prepare for LIC and AAO entrance exam? What are the reference books for the same?

    hii...

    In LIC AAO examination there will be questions on Numerical ability,Reasonong,English language,general awareness,so you have to prepare hard...

    Some of the Books are:

    Objective Arthematic by R.S.Agarwal

    Quick Maths by M.Tyar

    English Grammer by Wren & Martin

    Pratiyogita Darpan Published by Kiran Publication

    LIC AAO Examination Book Published by Upakar Publication.


    Good Luck

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    Re: How to prepare for LIC and AAO entrance exam? What are the reference books for the same?

    for current affairs before how many months of gk we required?

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    for current affairs before how many months of gk we required?

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