LIC AAO Eligibility : Qualification for LIC AAO

LIC AAO Eligibility : Qualification for LIC AAO

T    he full form of LIC AAO( LIC AAO Eligibility ) is Life Insurance Corporation Assistant Administrative Officer. It is a national level examination for the recruitment of officers to various posts. It is conducted once a year to recruit aspiring candidates to various posts.

The examination is conducted in two languages English and Hindi. The recruitment process has three stages. The first stage is Prelims which will have objective type multiple-choice based questions. The second stage is Mains which will have Descriptive type questions. Third and final stage is the personal interview. 

There are certain criteria set by the conducting authority ( LIC AAO Eligibility ) for the candidates to appear for the LIC AAO exam. If the candidates do not satisfy or qualify these mentioned criteria, then they will not be eligible for the LIC AAO exam.

LIC AAO Eligibility

The eligibility criteria are set on the basis of educational qualification, age limit, nationality and other factors as discussed below. It is important for all the candidates to go through the criteria before registering for the LIC AAO  Application Form.

LIC AAO Nationality 

  • The applicant should be a citizen of India.

Age Limit

  • Candidate’s age must be between 21 years and 30 years as on March 1, 2020.
  • There will be relaxation for the candidates who belong to the reserved category.

LIC AAO Upper Age Relaxation

CategoryAge Relaxation
SC/ST5 Years
OBC3 Years
Physically Handicapped (General)10 Years
Physically Handicapped (SC/ST)15 Years
Physically Handicapped (OBC)13 Years
ECO/SSCO (General)5 Years
ECO/SSCO (SC/ST)10 Years
LIC Employees(Confirmed)Additional 5 Years

Educational Qualification

  • Candidates must have a bachelor degree’s or a master’s degree in any discipline from a University/ Institute recognized by the Parliament or State Legislature.
  • For the post of AAO in different fields such as AAO(IT), AAO (Legal), AAO (CA), AAO (Actuarial) and AAO (Rajbhasha), candidates must have the degree in that specialization
  • A Master’s degree or higher is not a mandatory qualification to apply, except for the post of AAO Rajbhasha.