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Question paper Pattern Syllabus GIC Vacancy 2021 Manager gicofindia.in recruitment 2021

General Insurance Corporation GIC of India has issued advertisement for recruitment to various posts of scale-1 officer. All such eligible persons who are eligible for this recruitment can fill their applications online from 11 March to 29 March 2021. For this, written examinations will be conducted online on 9 May 2021, for which the admit card call letter will be made available on the official website of GIC India 10 days ago. The total number of posts is 44, out of which most of the posts are to be recruited to the post of Finance Chartered Accountant, General, Legal, Insurance etc. The maximum age limit for this recruitment has been fixed at 30 years, while the age is to be determined on the basis of 1 February 2021.

 

Selection Process

Candidates will be selected on the basis of online examination, group discussion and personal interview test. Medical examination will also be conducted for the final selected candidates.

 

Question paper syllabus

The maximum mark of this recruitment test is 200. There will be stages of online Examination, Group Discussion and Interview etc. in the examination. The examination will be held in the first week of May, 2021, for which examination centers have been set up in various states.

Question paper pattern of this exam is given below, using which you can prepare for your exam very easily.

 

Negative marking is also applicable in this exam. Negative marking will be done for each wrong answer.

 

FOR SPECIALISTS

 

 

 

Max. Marks

Number of Questions

PART A (Objective)

 

Technical & Professional Knowledge Test in the relevant discipline

40

40

PART B Objective

Test of Reasoning

20

20

 

Test of English Language with special emphasis on grammar and vocabulary

25

25

 

Test of General Awareness

20

20

 

Test of Numerical Ability & Computer Literacy

15

15

Part C (Descriptive)

Test in English Language – Essay, precise and Comprehension

30

30

Total

 

150

150

 

 For General Stream

 

 

 

 

Max. Marks

Number of Questions

PART A (Objective)

 

Higher Order Reasoning Ability/Critical Thinking

40

40

PART B Objective

Test of Reasoning

20

20

 

Test of English Language with special emphasis on grammar and vocabulary

25

25

 

Test of General Awareness

20

20

 

Test of Numerical Ability & Computer Literacy

15

15

Part C (Descriptive)

Test in English Language – Essay, precise and Comprehension

30

30

Total

 

150

150

 

Minimum qualifying marks in the online test – 60% for General & OBC and 50% for SC /ST.

Minimum qualifying marks for overall selection process (online test, GD and Interview) – 60% for General & OBC and 50% for SC /ST.

 

The Part B and Part C of examination shall be common for the candidates of all the streams. There will be penalty for wrong answers marked (in objective tests) by the candidates. For each wrong answer ¼ of the marks assigned to the question will be deducted from those obtained. Tests will be bilingual i.e. English and Hindi except test of English Language. The minimum qualifying marks would be applicable on the total score of online examination.

 

The Descriptive English Test will be conducted only through online mode. Questions will be displayed on the screen of your computer. Answers are to be typed using the keyboard in English. Before start of typing answers to questions in Descriptive Paper, please check all key functions of the keyboard. Total test timing 150 minutes. 30 minutes for PART A- Objective, 60 minutes for Part B objective and 60 minutes for Part C (descriptive). Candidates will be shortlisted for Group Discussion and interview on the basis of overall marks scored in objective and descriptive section taken together against full marks of 150.

 

Recruitment of Scale I Officers – Syllabus for Insurance, Legal and CA Stream – PART A

Click here to apply online – Recruitment of Scale I Officers

Click here for detailed advertisement for Recruitment of Scale I Officers

 

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