List of LIC Exams 2022

LIC Exams 2022: LIC is currently is an Indian state-owned Insurance Group and Investment Company. It is India’s largest Insurance Company in India established in 1956. With thousands of workers, it has various departments playing an important role in building the economy of the country. LIC examinations are conducted for the recruitment of numerous posts in insurance services (such as LIC Officers, LIC Assistants, LIC AAO, etc) across India. If you want to work for LIC, we are providing a list of LIC Exams 2022 in which you can appear. Read below the details about LIC Exams conducted for various posts.

LIC Exams

List of LIC Exams 2022

Development Officer’s Exams (LIC ADO)
Assistant Administration Officer Exams (LIC AAO)
Assistant (LIC Assistant)

LIC Exams 2022: Important Dates (Tentative)

For ADO

Online registration starts from 2nd week of May
Ending of Online registration 2nd week of June
Preliminary Exam Date 2nd week of July
Mains Exam Date 2nd week of August

For AAO

Online registration starts from 1st week of March
Ending of Online registration last week of March
Preliminary Exam Date 1st week of May
Mains Exam Date last week of June

For Assistant

Online registration starts from 2nd week of September
Ending of Online registration 1st week of October
Preliminary Exam Date last week of October
Mains Exam Date 3rd week of December

Post/Region

For ADO

Central Zonal Office (Bhopal) Western Zonal Office (Mumbai)
Eastern Zonal Office (Kolkata) Northern Zonal Office (New Delhi)
East Central Zonal Office (Patna) North Central Zonal Office (Kanpur)
Southern Zonal Office (Chennai) South Central Zonal Office (Hyderabad)

For AAO

  • GENERALIST
  • IT
  • CA
  • ACTUARIAL
  • RAJBHASHA

For Assistant

Northern Zone Central Zone
North Central Zone South Central Zone
East Central Zone Southern Zone
Eastern Zone Western Zone

Eligibility Criteria

For ADO

  • Employee Category: Not less than 3 years of service after confirmation in Class III post
  • Agents Category: Not less than 5 years (4 years for Recruitment in Rural Area) as an agent or other than agent (such as DSE/FSE) and has brought a net First Year Premium Income of not less than ₹ 5,00,000/- during the immediately preceding 5 financial years and a net First Year Premium Income of not less than ₹ 1,00,000/- on 50 lives in each of any 3 of these financial years
  • Other: Preference would be given to candidates who have at least 2 years of experience in the life insurance industry.

For AAO

  • Candidate must be a citizen of India.
  • A Bachelor’s/Master’s degree from a recognized university or institute is required.
  • The age of the candidate must not be less than 21 years and must not exceed 30 years.

For Assistant

  • A Bachelor’s/Master’s degree from a recognized university or institute is required.
  • The age of the candidate must not be less than 18 years and must not exceed 30 years.

Application Fee

  • ADO: UR/OBC category candidates have to pay an application fee of Rs. 600/-. For SC/ST/PwD category, the application fee of Rs. 50/-.
  • AAO: Candidates belonging to UR/OBC category have to pay an application fee of Rs. 600/-. For SC/ST/PwD category candidates the application fee will be Rs. 100/-
  • For Assistant: Candidates of UR/OBC category will pay Rs. 510 + GST + Transaction Charges as an application fee. While the candidates belonging to SC/ST/PwD category have to pay Rs. 85 + GST + Transaction Charges.

Examination Pattern

For ADO

Prelims Exam

Sections Number of Questions Total Marks Duration
Reasoning 35 35 20 minutes
Numerical Ability 35 35 20 minutes
English Language (qualifying nature) 30 30 20 minutes
Total 100 70 60 minutes

Mains Exam

Sections Number of Questions Total Marks Duration
Reasoning Ability & Numerical Ability 50 50 120 minutes
General Knowledge, Current Affairs and English Language with Special Emphasis on Grammar and vocabulary 50 50
Insurance and Financial Marketing Awareness with special emphasis on knowledge of Life Insurance and Financial Sector 50 50
Total 150 150

For Agents Category

Sections Number of Questions Total Marks Duration
Reasoning Ability & Numerical Ability 25 25 120 minutes
General Knowledge, Current Affairs and English Language with Special Emphasis on Grammar and vocabulary 25 25
Practice and Principle of Insurance Marketing 50 100
Total 150 150

For Employee Category

Sections Number of Questions Total Marks Duration
Reasoning Ability & Numerical Ability 25 10 120 minutes
General Knowledge, Current Affairs and English Language with Special Emphasis on Grammar and vocabulary 25 15
Elements of Insurance and Marketing of Insurance. 50 125
Total 150 150

Interview Process

  • The maximum Interview marks are 37.
  • Marks obtained in Main Examination + marks obtained in the Interview will be considered for the final merit listing of candidates.

For AAO

Prelims Exam

Sections Number of Questions Total Marks Duration
Reasoning 35 35 20 minutes
Quantitative Aptitude 35 35 20 minutes
English Language 30 30 20 minutes
Total 100 70 60 minutes

Mains Exam

Sections Number of Questions Total Marks Duration
Reasoning 30 90 40 minutes
General Knowledge, Current Affairs 30 40 20 minutes
Data Analysis & Interpretation 30 90 40 minutes
Insurance and Financial Market Awareness 30 60 20 minutes
Total 120 300 120 minutes
English Language (Letter Writing & Essay) 2 25 30 minutes

Mains for AAO ( IT/ Chartered Accountant / Actuarial)

Sections Number of Questions Total Marks Duration
Reasoning 30 90 40 minutes
General Knowledge, Current Affairs 30 60 20 minutes
Professional knowledge 30 90 40 minutes
Insurance and Financial Market Awareness 30 60 20 minutes
Total 120 300 120 minutes
Computer Knowledge 2 25 30 minute

Mains for AAO (Rajbhasha)

Sections Number of Questions Total Marks Duration
Reasoning 30 90 40 minutes
General Knowledge, Current Affairs 30 60 20 minutes
Professional knowledge 30 90 40 minutes
Insurance and Financial Market Awareness 30 60 20 minutes
Total 120 300 120 minutes
Computer Knowledge 2 25 30 minute

Interview Process

  • There will be an interview process after the mains exam.
  • Candidates will be judged on the basis of their past experiences and their knowledge in the subject of matter.

LIC Assistant

Prelims Exam

Sections Number of Questions Total Marks Duration
Reasoning Ability 35 35 20 minutes
Numerical Ability 35 35 20 minutes
English Language / Hindi Language 30 30 20 minutes
Total 100 60 minutes

Mains Exam

Sections Number of Questions Total Marks Duration
Reasoning Ability & Computer Aptitude 40 40 30 minutes
General/ Financial Awareness 40 40 30 minutes
Quantitative Aptitude 40 40 40 minutes
English Language 40 40 30 minutes
Hindi Language 40 40 30 minutes
Total 200 200 150 minutes

Salary Structure of LIC Exams

ADO

  • The selected candidate will be paid a fixed amount as a stipend of 34,503 per month.

AAO

  • The basic pay of an Assistant Administrative Officer is Rs. 17,240/-
  • The total amount/gross salary of a LIC AAO with HRA, TA, DA ranges to Rs. 32,640/-

LIC Assistant

  • The basic pay of a LIC Assistant (Clerk) is Rs. 14435/- per month in the scale of Rs. 14435-840(1)-15275-915(2)-17105-1030(5)-22255-1195 (2)-24645-1455(3)-29010-1510(2)-32030-1610(5)-40080.
  • The total amount/gross salary of a LIC Assistant with HRA, TA, DA ranges to Rs 30,000/- per month.

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Disclaimer: This not the official page of LIC Recruitment, all the information is referenced from the previous years examinations. As the official notification is released we will update details on this page. For more information, you are requested to visit the official website.


15 thoughts on “List of LIC Exams 2022”

  1. Good morning sir, please inform and give information about lic and any insurance exam notifications dates to apply

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  2. Hi sir
    I’m a final year banking & finance student
    I will be completing my graduation on April 2018
    When can I apply for lic exam

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