LIC India Recruitment 2015 for 307 vacant seats as Life Insurance Agent cum Adviser

LIC (Life Insurance Corporation) of India has issued a public notification in order to recruit people for the position of Life Insurance Agent cum Adviser. The people who think they can add value by getting associated with Life Insurance Corporation of India should apply as soon as possible. The other details of the 307 vacant seats as Life Insurance Agent cum Adviser

The eligibility criteria

  • The people who wish to apply for the vacant position of Life Insurance Agent cum Adviser must be of minimum age 18 years.
  • The people who wish to apply for the vacant position of Life Insurance Agent cum Adviser must be of maximum age 33 years.
  • The relaxation in age will be applicable as per the rules and norms of Government of India.
  • The age of the applying people will be counted on 17th May 2015.
  • Minimum Education required: –
  • The people who wish to apply for the vacant position of Life Insurance Agent cum Adviser must have at least pass a Bachelor’s Degree from a reputed and authorized College or University or an Institute.
  • The people with higher education are also eligible to apply for the following seats.
  • The people who wish to apply for the vacant position must apply well before 31st May 2015.

Other important details

  • The people who wish to apply for the vacant position must apply well before 31st May 2015.

 

  • Name of the Vacant Position: -Life Insurance Agent cum Adviser

 

  • Total Number of Vacant Positions: -307 Vacant Positions

 

  • Nature of Work: -Part Time

 

  • Type of Work: -Permanent Profile

 

  • Work Profile: -The people selected for the vacant position will have to work mainly as marketing agents of the Insurance Policies.

 

  • Place of Work: – The people who finally get short listed for the vacant position of Life Insurance Agent cum Adviser will have to work in Aurangabad District of Maharashtra.

The selection procedure :-

Candidates must read the exam pattern before starting preparation for the exam. It is a blueprint of the exam and the question paper which tells about number, type of questions, marking scheme and exam duration. By reading the pattern, candidates can plan their attempt strategy in a better way and thus score more in lesser attempts and time.

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