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About OICL AO

OICL AO is a wonderful opportunity to work in the insurance sector as an Administrative Officer. OICL is a leading Insurance company in India owned by the government. Oriental Insurance Company Limited or OICL annually conducts the exam for Administrative Officer. Oriental Insurance Company Limited releases the Notification for Administrative Officer every year. It is a prestigious exam in the insurance industry and lakhs of people take the exam for OICL.

OICL AO Notification

OICL AO recruitment notification is yet to be announced. It contains all important details like eligibility, vacancies, exam date, application process, etc The AO is expected to do a variety of work like claim settlements,Underwriting, Risk assessment. Work includes dealing with both work and non-life insurance.

OICL AO Vacancy

Vacancy is not yet known for OICL as notification is yet to be announced. In OICL 2017, there were 300 vacancies for AO posts.

OICL AO Exam Date

Please find the important dates for the previous year below.

Exam Dates
Preliminary Exam 22nd October 2017
Mains Exam 18th November 2017

How to apply for OICL AO Examination

The online application link is not active now. Application process mentioned below is as per previous year's guideline.

  1. Register yourself.
  2. Enter all personal details, academic details, experience details.
  3. Upload necessary documents, photograph and signature.
  4. Submit application form.
  5. Proceed to pay application fee.
  6. Take printout of application form.

OICL AO Application Fee

Category Application Fees
Gen/UR/ OBC Rs. 500
SC/ST/ PWD Rs. 50

OICL AO Selection process

OICL AO Selection process comprises of the following:
  1. Phase I - Preliminary Examination
  2. Phase II – Mains Examination
  3. Interview

OICL AO Exam Pattern:

Paper Pattern for OICL AO Phase-I: Preliminary Examination

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

S.No Name of the Test (not in sequence) Type of test Max. Marks Duration Version
1 English language Objective 30 1 Hour English
2 Reasoning Ability Objective 35 English / Hindi
3 Quantitative Aptitude Objective 35 English / Hindi
4 Total 100
Phase-II: Main Examination

Main Examination will consist of Objective Test for 200 marks and Descriptive Test for 30 marks. Both the Objective and Descriptive Tests will be conducted online.

Objective Test: The Objective Test of 2 hours duration consists of 4 sections for Generalists Post and 5 sections for Specialist Post for total 200 marks.

For Generalists Post: Objective Type
Name of the Test Max. Marks
Reasoning Ability 50
English Language 50
General Awareness 50
Quantitative Aptitude 50
Total 200
For Specialists Post: Objective Type
Name of the Test Max. Marks
Reasoning Ability 40
English Language 40
General Awareness 40
Quantitative Aptitude 40
Professional Knowledge 40
Total 200

Descriptive Test: The Descriptive Test is of 30 minutes duration for 30 marks will be a Test of English Language (Letter Writing and Essay). The descriptive test will be conducted online.

Phase – III: Interview

Candidates who have been shortlisted at the end of Phase-II will be called for an Interview.

OICL AO Syllabus

OICL Syllabus for Numerical Ability:

Time & work,Time & separation, Rate, Benefit & loss, Mixture,Stocks & shares, Partnership,Clocks, Volume, Surface area, Tables,Pie – Charts, Bar Graphs, Data Analysis, Line Graphs, Caselets, Combined data sets,Probability/ Series, Roots, Average,Ratio

Syllabus for Reasoning:

Analogies (meaning based and logical), Seating Arrangement, Rectangular seating Arrangement Quiz, Circular seating Arrangement Quiz, Puzzle, Data sufficiency, Blood Relational, Sequential output tracing, Visual reasoning, Directions and arrangements (circular arrangements) Codes (sentence coding), Critical reasoning, Syllogism

Syllabus for the English Language:

Grammar, Reading Comprehension, Vocabulary, Brief writing, Sentence structure, Series completion, Sentence Completion, Grammar, Idioms and Phrases, Passage Completion, Deriving Conclusions

Syllabus for General Awareness:

Static GK, Banking and Finance, Current Affairs.

Please go through our blog on OICL AO Syllabus in detail to kickstart your preparation now.

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