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NIACL AO Mains Admit Card Out – Download Phase II Call Letter Here

NIACL AO Mains Admit Card 2016 | Phase II Call letter

The New India Assurance Co. Ltd , a Mumbai based company, is the largest general insurance company in India. It was founded by Sir Dorbji Tata in the year 1919. The nationalization of The New India Assurance Co. Ltd was taken place in the year 1973. New India Assurance Co. Ltd was a subsidiary of General Insurance Corporation of India and later became a re-insurance company according to IRDA Act, 1999. Recently, it has collaborated with the leading public sector bank of India like State Bank of India, Central Bank of India, Corporation Bank and finally the United Western Bank.

NIACL Administrative Officer Mains Admit Card 2016:

NIACL has invited applications for the recruitment of Administrative Officers (AO).There exist a total of 300 vacancies. The phase I or the preliminary exam was conducted on 17th December 2016. The result of the prelims was published recently on 23rd December. Those who have qualified in the prelims exam will now attend the mains exam. The NIACL AO mains exam will be held on 10th January 2017.

The admit card/ call letter has been released and is available for download.

Important Dates for NIACL AO Mains Admit card download:

  • Start date for call letter download : 26 December 2016
  • Last date for call letter download: 10 January 2017

Click to Download NIACL AO Mains(Phase-1) Admit Card

How to Download NIACL AO Mains Admit Card :

  • Click on the above link.
  • Enter your Registration number/Roll number, Date of Birth/ Password details in the provided fields.
  • Click on submit button.
  • The admit card will appear on the screen.
  • Download and take a printout for further reference.

NIACL AO Mains Exam Pattern:

  • The Mains Examination is of totdal 230 marks.
  • The online test will be both Objective and Descriptive Type.
  • Time Duration of the Objective Type Exam is 120 minutes.
  • The Duration of Descriptive Type Exam is 30 minutes.


 

NIACL AO Mains Objective test pattern:

Subjects

Marks

English Language

50

Reasoning Ability

50

Quantitative Aptitude

50

General Awareness

50

NIACL AO Mains Descriptive test pattern:

Subjects

Marks

English Letter Writing

10

English Essay Writing

20

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NIACL AO Prelims Exam Result 2016 Published - Check Here!

NIACL AO Prelims Exam Result 2016 Published - Check Here!

NIACL, which stands for ‘New India Assurance Company LTD’, is one of the prominent names associated with banking sector. The NIACL has released notifications for results for ‘NIACL AO Prelims 2016 exam”. This was one of the most awaited days in the case of students. The NIACL AO Prelims 2016 examination was conducted on 17th December 2016. The roll numbers of shortlisted candidates have been displayed on the official PDF document on the official website.

Click here to view the list of qualified candidates of NIACL AO Prelims

The dates and venue of the phase II examination of NIACL AO Prelims 2016 will be intimated to the candidates via official notification.

Note: The Score card will be released after the result declaration. As of now, the qualified candidates can view their score.

NIACL AO Prelims 2016: Total Number of Vacancies

The total number of vacancies for Generalist (Scale- 1) - 300 vacancies

  • General – 158
  • OBC – 84
  • SC –  43
  • ST –  15

Stay tuned for more updates. We wish you Good Luck!

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NIACL AO Prelims Exam Analysis – 17th December 2016 (Slot 2 / Shift 2)

Exam Analysis NIACL AO Prelims:17th December 2016, Slot2/Shift 2

NIACL AO Prelims has get done with the 2nd slot of recruitment of candidates for “Associate Officer (Scale I) post. This analysis is highly essential for students to get familiar with the pattern and questions asked. In this article, we bring you the analysis of NIACL AO Prelims Exam Analysis- 17th December 2016 (Slot 2/ Shift 2)

NIACL AO Prelims Exam Analysis: 17th December 2016 (Slot 2/ Shift 2)- Level of Difficulty

  • Reasoning: The difficulty level of reasoning section is Easy-Moderate level

  • Quantitative Aptitude: The difficulty level of quantitative aptitude section is Easy-Moderate level

  • English Language: The difficulty level of quantitative aptitude section is Moderate-Difficult level

Click here for NIACL AO Prelims Exam Analysis: 17th Dec 2016 - (Slot 1 / Shift 1)

NIACL AO Prelims Exam Analysis: 17th December 2016 (Slot 2/ Shift 2)- Good Attempts

  • Reasoning: An attempt of 22-24 number of questions can be considered as a safe attempt to clear cut- off marks.

  • Quantitative Aptitude: An attempt of 21-23 number of questions can be considered as a safe attempt to clear cut- off marks.

  • English Language: An attempt of 17-19 number of questions can be considered as a safe attempt to clear cut- off marks.

NIACL AO Prelims Exam Analysis: 17th December 2016 (Slot 2/ Shift 2)- Good Scores of each section

  • Reasoning: 24 can be categorized as a good score for this section.

  • Quantitative Aptitude: 23 can be categorized as a good score for this section.

  • English Language: 19 can be categorized as a good score for this section.

NIACL AO Prelims Exam Analysis: 17th December 2016 (Slot 2/ Shift 2)- Questions Asked

It’s time for getting an idea of the questions asked in NIACL AO Prelims 2016. Here we go:

QUANTITATIVE APTITUDE (Easy-Moderate):

Topic , Number of Questions Asked and Difficulty Level:

Topic

No. of Questions

Level

Number Series

5

Moderate

Approximation

5

Easy

Quadratic Equation

5

Easy

Data Interpretation

10

Moderate

Miscellaneous

10

Moderate

 Total

35

Easy to Moderate

ENGLISH LANGUAGE (Moderate - Difficult)

Topic , Number of Questions Asked and Difficulty Level:

Topic

No. of Questions

Level

Reading Comprehension

10

Moderate to Difficult

Close Test

10

Easy to Moderate

Errors Detection

10

Moderate

 Total

30

Moderate to Difficult

ENGLISH LANGUAGE (Moderate - Difficult)

Topic wise No. of Questions and Difficulty level:

Topic

No. of Question

Level

Coding & Decoding

5

Easy

Syllogism

5

Moderate

Puzzles & Seating Arrangement

15

Moderate

Inequalities

5

Moderate

Direction Sense

3

Moderate to Difficult

Blood Relation

2

Moderate

Total

35

Moderate to Difficult

We hope that this analysis would be helpful. Stay tuned for job updates and notifications.Till then, good luck!

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NAICL AO Prelims Exam Analysis: 17th December 2016 (Slot 1/ Shift 1)

Exam Analysis (NIACL AO Prelims) :17th December 2016 1st slot - morning shift

NIACL, which stands for New India Assurance Company, is back with prelims examination for recruitment of candidates in “Associate Officer (Scale I) post. The Prelims is the first stage in recruitment process whereas the mains exam is the final stage. We are here with analysis of the first slot of NIACL AO Prelims 2016.

Section

Number of questions

Max. Marks

Reasoning

35

35

Quantitative Aptitude

35

35

English Language

30

30

Total

100

100

Click here for NIACL AO Prelims Exam Analysis: 17th Dec 2016 - (Slot 2 / Shift 2)

           

NIACL AO Prelims Exam Analysis: 17th December 2016 (Slot 1/ Shift 1)- Level of Difficulty

  • Reasoning: Reasoning was of Easy - Moderate level

  • Quantitative Aptitude: Quantitative Aptitude was of Easy-Moderate level

  • English Language: English Language was of Moderate - Difficult level

NIACL AO Prelims Exam Analysis: 17th December 2016 (Slot 1/ Shift 1)- Good Attempts

  • Reasoning: A decent attempt of 20-23 questions can make you clear the cut- off marks.

  • Quantitative Aptitude: A decent attempt of 17-23 questions can make you clear the cut- off marks.

  • English Language: A decent attempt of 15-18 questions can make you clear the cut- off marks.

NIACL AO Prelims Exam Analysis: 17th December 2016 (Slot 1/ Shift 1)- Good Scores of each section

  • Reasoning: 32 can be a pretty good score.

  • Quantitative Aptitude: 30 can be a pretty good score.

  • English Language: 25 can be a pretty good score.

NIACL AO Prelims Exam Analysis: 17th December 2016 (Slot 1/ Shift 1)- Questions Asked

QUANTITATIVE APTITUDE (Easy-Moderate)

Topic wise No. of Questions and Difficulty level:

Topic

No. of Question

Level

Number Series

5

Moderate

Approximation

5

Easy

Quadratic Equation

5

Easy

Data Interpretation (Tabular/Pie Graph)

10

Moderate

Miscellaneous (SI,CI, Speed &Time, Profit and Loss, Time and Work, Averages, Ages, Ratio etc.)

10

Moderate

ENGLISH LANGUAGE (Moderate - Difficult)

Topic wise No. of Questions and Difficulty level:

Topic

No. of Question

Level

Reading Comprehension

(Chile Tourism)

10

Moderate to Difficult

Close Test

(Insurance policy related to hacking)

10

Easy to Moderate

Errors Detection

10

Moderate

Total

30

Moderate to Difficult

ENGLISH LANGUAGE (Moderate - Difficult)

Topic wise No. of Questions and Difficulty level:

Topic

No. of Question

Level

Coding & Decoding

5

Easy

Syllogism

5

Moderate

Puzzles & Seating Arrangement

15

Moderate

Inequalities

5

Moderate

Direction Sense

3

Moderate to Difficult

Blood Relation

2

Moderate

Total

35

Moderate to Difficult

Let us have a sneak peak at the questions asked in NIACL AO Prelims Exam Analysis: 17th December 2016 (Slot 1/ Shift 1):

We hope that this analysis would be helpful. Stay tuned for upcoming slots. Till then, good luck!

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NIACL AO Prelims 2016: Last Minute Preparation Tips

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NIACL AO examination is one of the most prestigious exams of all times. NIACL, which starts for New India Assurance Company conducts examinations every year to recruit appropriate candidates for the post of “Administrative Officers”. The NIACL Prelims 2016 is the first stage of the entire recruitment process which is scheduled on 17th December 2016. The NIACL Mains 2016 is the final stage of recruitment which is scheduled in the month of January 2016 (tentative).

Please note that NIACL has come up with a change in the exam pattern this year. In the previous years, there used to be only one objective test. But as per the revised pattern, there will be two phases of written exam followed by an interview.

Click here for NIACL AO Prelims Exam mock test-series

NIACL AO Prelims 2016: Exam Pattern

Now, let us take a glance at the pattern of NIACL AO Prelims 2016 exam:

The NIACL AO exam will consist of three papers: English Language, Reasoning Ability and Quantitative Aptitude.

Name of sections

Allotted Marks

Time Duration

English Language

30

1 hour

Reasoning Ability

35

Quantitative Aptitude

35

Total

100

The second phase will be NIACL AO Phase II Mains 2016 which will be:

  1. An Objective paper of 200 marks
  2. A Descriptive paper of 30 marks

The third phase will be an interview session which will comprise of group discussion and personal interview.

NIACL AO Prelims 2016: Last Minute Preparation Tips for NIACL AO Prelims

  • Revise all the topics studied. Allot fixed hours for every section so that you would not end up skipping any of them.
  • Prepare a schedule of revision of all topics. Try to strictly adhere to the schedule while revising.
  • List down the formulae and short- cut tricks and have a glance periodically. This will make you remember them easily.
  • During practice, try to allot genuine time durations to each section. Don’t stick to a particular section for long.
  • Try to allot a time limit of 1 min to solve every question.

We hope that this article will help you to prepare well and score high. We wish you good luck!

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NIACL AO Prelims 2016 Exam Dates and Shift Timings

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NIACL, which stands for ‘New India Assurance Company Limited’, conducts recruitment process for the post of “Administrative Officers (Scale I)”. It is one of the most popular exams of all times. The available vacancies for SC candidates are 43, for ST candidates are 15, for OBC candidates are 84 and for general candidates are 158. The last date of online registration was 1st November 2016.

NIACL AO Prelims 2016: Exam Pattern

The NIACL AO Prelims will be the first phase of the recruitment process whereas Mains will be the secondary phase of the process. Let us look at the NIACL AO Prelims 2016 exam pattern:

Sections

Marks

Time Duration

English Language

30

1 Hour

Reasoning Ability

35

Quantitative Aptitude

35

The candidates need to qualify the sectional cut- off marks to be shortlisted for the upcoming phases.

Click here for NIACL AO Prelims Exam Analysis: 17th Dec 2016 - (Slot 2 / Shift 2)

Click here for NIACL AO Prelims Exam Analysis: 17th Dec 2016 - (Slot 1 / Shift 1)

NIACL AO Prelims 2016: Exam Dates and Shift Timings

The NIACL AO Prelims 2016 exam dates and shift timings are as follows:

Exam Name

Exam Date

Shift Timings

NIACL AO Prelims 2016

17/12/16 (Saturday)

8:30 AM

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NIACL AO Prelims 2016: Eligibility Criteria

The eligibility criteria of NIACL AO Prelims 2016 is:

  • The Lower age limit will be 21 years and the Upper age limit will be 30 years.
  • The age limit will be relaxed for certain groups under specific conditions.
  • The candidate should be a graduate/post graduate in any discipline from a recognised University/ any equivalent qualification recognised by the Central Government
  • He/ She should have scored at least (60% marks in either of the degree exam for General candidates) and (at least 55% marks for SC/ST/PWD candidates)

NIACL AO Prelims 2016: Important topics

We bring you the list of important topics from each section for NIACL AO 2016:

Quantitative Aptitude:

Important topics:

  • Tables
  • Pie Charts, Bar and Line Graphs
  • Stocks & Shares
  • Surds & Indices
  • Percentages & Partnership
  • Probability, Averages
  • Mixtures and Allegations
  • Ratio and Proportion
  • Time & Work
  • Mensuration
  • Height & Distance
  • Permutations & Combinations
  • Simple & Compound Interest
  • Number System
  • Simplification
  • Time & Distance
  • Rate Benefit

Reasoning Ability:

Important topics:

  • Syllogisms
  • Seating Arrangements
  • Inequalities
  • Coding – Decoding
  • Order and Ranking
  • Decision Making
  • Data Sufficiency
  • Input-Output
  • Number Series
  • Blood Relations

Reasoning Ability:

Important topics:

  • Sentence Correction
  • Reading Comprehension
  • Grammar (adverbs, articles, verb, prepositions, tenses etc.)
  • Synonyms and Antonyms
  • Idioms and Phrases

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NIACL AO Prelims Preparation Tips, Strategies, Study Plan - Crack NIACL AO 2016

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New India Assurance Company Limited is recruiting Administrative Officers (NIACL AO) for the current year. The exam has 10 days left.

Date of NIACL AO Pre-exam : 17 December 2016

Date of NIACL AO Mains exam : January 2017

We will elaborate on How To Prepare For New India Assurance AO Exam 2016. Let’s discuss the syllabus and preparation strategies for each section.

NIACL has changed the exam pattern from this year. Previously there was just one objective based examination. This time there will be two phases in the written examination followed by an interview.

(A) NIACL AO Phase-I: Preliminary Examination

Preliminary Examination will consist of objective Tests for 100 marks will be conducted online. The test duration would be of 1 hour consisting of 3 sections as follows:

Pattern of NIACL AO Prelims Examination:
Subject Marks Duration
English Language 30 1 hour
Reasoning Ability 35
Quantitative Aptitude 35
Total 100

(B) NIACL AO Phase-II: Mains Examination

Mains Examination will consist of an objective test of 200 marks and a descriptive test of 30 marks. The duration will be of 2 hours for objective paper and 30 minutes for the english descriptive paper.

(C) NIACL AO Phase-III: Interview

The Final round will be Group Discussion and Personal Interview.

Section wise study plans for NIACL AO Prelims Exam:

1. Reasoning – 35 marks

  • Difficulty Level Usually high level questions. Moderate to Difficult.
  • Syllabus The topics generally covered under this section are: Verbal Reasoning, Alphabet test, Mathematical operations, Odd man out, Classification, Blood Relations, Syllogism, Coding-decoding, Causes Effect, Analysis, Sitting Arrangements, Statement and Conclusion, Decision Making, Puzzle, Assertion and Reasoning, Word formation, Series. (Few other changes may be included from time to time.)
  • Safe Attempts 29-34

Strategy for preparation

This section needs thorough preparation but once you get enough practice of it reasoning can prove to be high scoring.

This section will test your analytical and reasoning skills.

  • Reasoning can be comparatively easy and scoring once you have adequate practice. Questions are almost of similar kind to what is asked in the other exams.
  • The level of questions asked is similar to that of the Bank PO papers.
  • Blood relations and word formations are relatively easy and scoring topics. Practice more so that you get goodaccuracy. You can expect questions based on directions e.g. which side she is facing after walking a certain distance and a certain direction. This question is on the easier side. So it’s better if you solve them correctly.
  • For Syllogism, Input-output, standing in the line: It is better if you write down the alphabets and if necessary make a rough sketch of the individuals (for standing in queue questions) and approach to solve these.
  • Circular and Linear arrangements, questions can be really tricky and if you are not thorough with practice these can take up a lot of time.
  • There is negative marking so be cautious while answering reasoning questions.

Recommended Books

  • Verbal and Non-Verbal Reasoning by R. S. Aggarwal
  • Analytical Reasoning by M. K. Pandey
  • Logical and Analytical Reasoning (English) by A. K. Gupta

2. Quantitative Aptitude – 35 marks

  • Difficulty Level- You should expect moderate to difficult questions in this section.
  • Syllabus Number system, LCM-HCF, Number series, Decimal Fractions, Partnership, Simple/compound Interest, Time, Distance and Speed, Time and Work, Profit and Loss, Percentage, Permutation & Combination, Data Interpretation.
  • Safe Attempts 27-30

Strategy for preparation

  • It is important to practice the quantitative questions in a time bound manner.
  • Do not to spend too much time on a single question. If one sum appears to be too lengthy or too time consuming do not fixate on that. There will be plenty others that you will be able to answer.
  • DI questions are comparatively easy (compared to Bank PO questions). So do not panic. But the questions are usually very lengthy so they take up a lot of your time.Practice, you will be able to improve your speed and accuracy.
  • Questions from Interest (SI and CI), Profit and Loss, Percentage, Time and work, Time and Distance and Speed will be till 10th-12th.

Recommended Books

  • NCERT Books
  • Quantitative Aptitude by R.S. Agarwal
  • Arihant’s Fast Track Objective Arithmetic

3. English – 30 marks

  • Difficulty Level- You can expect easy to moderate level of questions.
  • Syllabus –Comprehension, Jumbled sentence, Fill in the blanks, Idioms and Phrases, Synonyms & Antonyms, Spelling check, Spot the error in a sentence, One word substitution.
  • Safe Attempts 18-21

Strategy for preparation

  • Spotting the wrong in a sentence, idioms and phrases, fill in the blanks are comparatively easy and scoring.
  • Comprehension and jumbled sentences can be of comparatively high level.
  • For jumbled sentences try taking 2-3 sentences at a time and arranging. Once you have arranged them it would be easier to put all of them together.
  • Read English newspaper and magazines and especially the editorials. These will improve your command over language.
  • Learn new words from dictionary daily.

Recommended Books

  • English Grammar by Wren and Martin
  • Word Power Made Easy by Norman Lewis
  • Objective General English by S. P. Bakshi
10 days Study plan to crack NIACL AO Prelims 2016
Day 1 Pick three difficul topics from each subject english, quant and reasoning section
Day 2 Pick two difficult topics from each subject english, quant and reasoning section
Day 3 Practice quant numerical section
Day 4 Concentrate on logical reasoning questions
Day 5 Study English Comprehension and Senetence correction
Day 6 Learn to solve arrangement based and coding-decoding section in english
Day 7 Practice mock test for english , solve doubts
Day 8 Practice mock test for reasoning, solve doubts
Day 9 Practice mock test for quant., solve doubts
Day 10 Practice full length mock test , focus on speed & accuracy

We wish you All the Best for the exam!

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NIACL AO Pre-exam Admit Card 2016 : Download Now

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New India Assurance Company Limited is a best Public Sector General Insurance Company & maintained by Government of India. It was established in the year 1919 and headquartered at Mumbai. It is the largest general insurance company in India on the basis of a gross top collection of foreign operations. This organization operates both in India as well as abroad. In earlier days, organization has team up with the some of the leading public sector banks of India like SBI, Central Bank of India, and Corporation Bank to increase its network. Recently, NIACL released a notification for the posts of Administrative Officers

NIACL AO Prelims Exam date : 17 December, 2016

NIACL AO 2016 -  Vacancies available : 300

NIACL AO Selection Process: 

NIACL Conducts Administrative Officer  Exam in three phases as below :

  •  Preliminary Exam
  •  Mains Exam
  • Interview

The Admit Cards for NIACL AO exam has been released on the official website. You can find the direct link to download the admit card below.

How to Download NIACL AO Admit Card:

The following details are required by candidates while downloading NIACL AO Admit Card 2016:

  • Registration Number
  • Date of Birth (D.O.B)

Steps To Download NIACL AO Admit Card:

  • Click on the above link to go to official website.
  • Open ‘Download the Admit Card’ tab.
  • In the new page opened enter the Registration number and Date of Birth and Press ‘Submit’ button.
  • The NIACL Administrative Officer Admit card 2016 will come on the screen.
  • Click on the ‘Download’ button.
  • Take the printout of the Admit card and Keep the Admit Card of NIACL AO 2016 till the entire recruitment process.

Click here to download NIACL AO (Prelims) Admit Card

NIACL AO(Prelims) Exam Pattern:

S.NO

Subjects

Marks

Duration

1

English Language

30

1 Hour

2

Reasoning Ability

35

3

Quantitative Aptitude

35

Total

100

We wish you All the Best for NIACL AO exam.

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NIACL AO (Scale I) Exam 2016 - Detailed Syllabus and Exam Pattern

NIACL AO Exam 2016 : Detailed Syllabus and Pattern

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NIACL or New India Assurance Company Limited has released notifications for recruiting candidates for the post of Administrative Officers (Scale – I). The recruitment will be conducted for 300 number of vacancies. The NIACL AO (Scale I) Prelims examination was held on 17th December 2016. In this article, we will give you complete details about the exam pattern and syllabus of NIACL AO (Scale I) exam.

The NIACL AO examination will be conducted in three phases:

  • Prelims Exam

  • Mains Exam

  • Interview

NIACL AO 2016 Exam: Exam Pattern

Let us take a look at the pattern of the NIACL AO Prelims and Mains exam pattern:

NIACL AO 2016 Prelims: Exam Pattern

Sl. No.

Sections

Maximum Marks

Total Time

1.

English Language

30

1 hour

2.

Reasoning Ability

35

3.

Quantitative Aptitude

35

Total

100 marks

NIACL AO 2016 Mains: Exam Pattern

Objective test

Sections

Maximum Marks

Total Time

1.

English Language

50

120 minutes

2.

Reasoning Ability

50

3.

Quantitative Aptitude

50

4.

General Awareness

50

Total

200 marks

Descriptive Test

30

30 minutes

NIACL AO 2016 Mains: Descriptive Exam

The descriptive exam would consist of:

  • Letter Writing (10 marks)

  • Essay Writing (20 marks)

NIACL AO 2016 Exam: Syllabus

We give you an expected syllabus of what all topics can be asked in the NIACL AO 2016. Let us take a look at the syllabus of NIACL AO 2016 Exam:

Quantitative Aptitude

  • Simplification or Approximation

  • Questions on Number Series

  • Questions on Data Interpretation

  • Questions on Quadratic Equations

  • Questions on Ratio & Proportion

  • Questions on Percentage & Averages

  • Questions on Profit & Loss

  • Questions on Mixtures & Allegations

  • Questions on Pipes and Cisterns

  • Questions on Boats and Streams

  • Questions on Simple Interest & Compound Interest

  • Questions on Time, Work and Wages

  • Questions on Time & Distance

  • Questions on Permutation, Combination & Probability

Reasoning Ability

  • Questions on Seating Arrangement (Circular Seating Arrangement, Linear Seating Arrangement, Square Seating Arrangement)

  • Questions on Puzzles

  • Questions on Syllogism

  • Questions on Input Output

  • Questions on Coding and Decoding

  • Questions on Blood Relations

  • Questions on Alphanumeric Series

  • Questions on Order and Ranking

  • Questions on Direction Sense

  • Questions on Data sufficiency

  • Questions on Inequalities

  • Questions on Logical Reasoning

  • Questions on Blood Relations

English language

  • Questions on Reading Comprehension

  • Questions on Cloze test

  • Questions on Gap fillers

  • Questions on Spotting of Errors

  • Questions on Correction of sentences

  • Questions on Para Jumbles

General Awareness

  • Questions on Banking, Insurance & Financial Awareness

  • Questions on Current Affairs, National and International Events

  • Questions on Static GK

NIACL AO 2016 Exam: Important Highlights

  • Negative Marking of 1/4th mark would be applicable for every incorrect response.

  • The overall as well as sectional cut- off need to be cleared by the candidate to qualify in the examination.

  • The candidates who qualify the mains exam will only be eligible for evaluation of descriptive exam. The candidates have to qualify the cut- off marks of the descriptive exam. But, the marks obtained by the students in the descriptive test will not be considered for shortlisting candidates

  • January 2017 is the tentative slot for the main phase of the NIACL AO exam 2016.

We hope that this article is helpful. Stay connected for more updates and job notifications. Till then, Happy Learning!

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