LIC AE Recruitment 2020 applications underway, apply before March 15

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Yamini Saini
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New Delhi, Updated on Feb 25, 2020 12:50 IST

The last date to apply for the LIC AE recruitment is March 15, 2020. Read the article below to know more details about the LIC AE Recruitment.

The Life Insurance Corporation of India (LIC) has invited applications for the recruitment of Assistant Engineer post on its official website. The last date to apply for the LIC AE recruitment 2020 is March 15, 2020. The admit cards for the online examination scheduled to take place on April 4, will be released on March 27 and can be downloaded until the day of the examination.

As many as 50 vacancies have been announced for the appointment of Assistant Engineers in Civil/ Electrical/ Structural/ MEP.

LIC AE Recruitment- Related Dates

Events

Dates

Online registration begins

25-Feb-2020

Last date to apply

15-Mar-2020

Release of LIC AE Call Letter

27-Mar-2020 to 04-Apr-2020

LIC AE Examination

04-Apr-2020

LIC Assistant Engineers Recruitment 2020: Total Vacancies

Provided below are the number of vacancies released by LIC for the appointment of Assistant Engineers:

Post


Categories

 

SC

ST

OBC

EWS

UR

Total

AE (Civil)

3

0

6

2

18

29

AE (Electrical)

1

0

3

1

5

10

AE (Architect)

1

1

1

1

0

4

AE (Structural)

1

0

1

0

2

4

AE (Electrical/Mechanical MEP Engineers)

0

0

1

1

 1

3

Total

6

1

12

5

26

50

All the aspirant must note that the candidate after appointment shall be on probation for a period of one year from the date of joining. The period may be extended up to two years, as per the official notification.

Click here to check the official notification.

LIC AE Recruitment 2020: Selection Process

For the LIC Assistant Engineers post, the candidates will have to go through a three-tier selection process which includes:

  • Preliminary Examination: The examination will comprise objective type questions and will be conducted in online mode. It will have three sections namely, Reasoning Ability, English language and Quantitative Aptitude. The prelims will contain 100 questions and the candidate can score up to a maximum of 100 marks.
  • Main Examination: The main examination will consist of objective-type questions for 300 marks and descriptive test for 25 marks.
  • Interview: Marks obtained in the main examination will only be considered for shortlisting for interview.

All the shortlisted candidates in the final merit list will then have to undergo a pre-recruitment Medical Examination.

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