National insurance Company Limited (NICL) Assistant in scale III cadre posts selection is being done by written test for which the candidates need to prepare well. NICL Assistant paper is a high level competitive paper in which the preparations have to be done at the best possible level. Below are the full details for the exam, which can be followed to score good in paper.
NICL Assistant Exam Pattern & Syllabus-
NICL Assistant Exam Pattern- The written test is an objective type paper for which total time allotted is 2 Hours. The subjects included are-
- General Awareness
- Numerical Ability
- Computer Knowledge
Each section of the exam will contain 40 questions of total 50 marks. So, total questions in exam are 200 for which 250 minutes are allotted.
NOTE: There is negative marking in the exam (0.25 marks are deducted)
Followed by written exam, is an interview of 15 marks
NICL Assistant Syllabus: The section wise details of the written paper are-
Numerical Ability: Questions will be asked from numerical section including- Number System (HCF & LCM) Simple & Compound Interest, Time & Speed, Investment, Simplification, Average, Percentage, Time & Work, Area, profit & Loss, Problem On Ages , Graphs & Charts (Bar Graph, Pictorial Graph, Pie Chart)
Reasoning: Both verbal & non- verbal type questions are covered in exam- coding and decoding, statement conclusion, Analogies, similarities and differences, spatial visualization, spatial orientation, problem solving, decision making, relationship, verbal and figure classification, visual memory, discrimination, observation
Computer Knowledge : Text formatting of the paragraphs, tables, E-mail, use of pen drive, Word Processing (MS-Word), files, file transfer, browsing and downloading, Spread Sheet (MS-Excel), Presentation Knowledge (MS-Power Point), MS Access and Networking Concepts
English language: The questions are based on to test the knowledge in English language which includes- subject verb agreement, Error Correction, Verb, preposition, adverb, tenses, sentences rearrangement, comprehension, unseen passage, vocabulary based questions.
General Awareness: Questions are asked from current events, matters of every day observation and experience, history, culture, geography, economics, general polity, scientific research. All questions are asked in general sense for which the applicants knowledge will be considered.