Life Insurance Corporation of India has released the recruitment notification for the post of Assistant. It is a golden chance for all government job seekers who have opportunity to grab these jobs. More than 7000+ vacancies are available across India under LIC Assistant Notification 2019.
Candidates should note that LIC Assistant Recruitment will be done to fill up vacancies in the various Divisional Offices of LIC under Central, Eastern, East-Central, Northern, Northern Central, Southern, South Central, and Western Zones.
Candidate are advised to visit this page time to time for LIC Assistant Latest Updates, They can apply online for these posts and below they can get all the details including Direct Link to Apply Online and District-wise Notification Link.
Also, a link has been generated ‘licindia.in/Bottom-Links/Careers/Recruitment-of-Assistants-2019’ where all the information regarding the LIC Assistant Post will be available shortly
As per media reports, LIC Assistant/Clerk Recruitment will be done online from 17 September 2019. The last date for LIC Assistant Registration is 01 October 2019.
LIC Assistant selection will be done on the basis of Online Examination (Preliminary) and Online Examination (Main). LIC Assistant Exam is expected to be conducted on 21 October and 22 October 2019.
Candidates seeking to apply for the LIC Clerk Recruitment should have Bachelor’s Degree from a recognized university.
More Details on LIC 8000 Assistant Vacancy 2019 is given below in this article.
Starting Date of Application - 17 September 2019
Last Date of submitting Online Application - 01 October 2019
Last Date of Submitting Print-Out of Application - 22 October 2019
LIC Assistant/Clerk Vacancy Details
Assistant – 7871Posts
Northern Zone - 1544
North Central Zone - 1242
East Central Zone - 1497
Eastern Zone - 980
Central Zone - 472
South Central Zone - 632
Southern Zone - 400
Western Zone - 1104
Selection Procedure for LIC Assistant/Clerk) Posts
LIC Assistant selection will be done on the basis of two phase examination i.e. Preliminary Examination and Main Examination followed by Interview. Marks obtained in the Main Examination only will be considered for shortlisting for interview and marks obtained in Main Examination + marks obtained in Interview will be considered for final merit listing of candidates.