NIACL AO Result 2017
How did your exam go aspirants? Looking forward to seeing you all at the well-deserved seat, here are NIACL AO Result 2017 Mains Exam updates. The online preliminary examination was already conducted by The New India Assurance Company Limited on 17th December 2016. now they recently organized the Phase II Examination on 10th January 2017 for all such candidates who shortlisted in the Phase I Examination. This test was successfully accomplished by the authority and the final stage or selected candidates list to be announced shortly. Check more related updates in relation to the NIACL AO Phase II Results Cut off 2017.
As already known by all the participants, there was an official notice that got issued regarding the 300 vacant posts of Assistant Officer. These posts are to be filled at a national level for the under-governed departments. Those, who were interested in applying, gave their online submissions. They all attended the online test and are now await the latest Result Notification from the authority’s end.
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NIACL Administrative Officer Result 2017
As the sources suggest, these informative details are being rendered at your end. Kindly read the given updates and check the status of NIACL AO Mains Cut off Marks 2017. For an ease of use, participants need to follow the official link that is mentioned below and log on to check their NIACL AO Mains Result 2017.
Please Note: NIACL AO Selection List & Exact cut offs for the Phase-II examination will be displayed on NIACL website soon.
- Announcement About: NIACL AO Result 2017
- Organizing Body: New India Assurance Company Limited
- Name of Post: Assistant Officer
- Total Posts: 300
- Examination Date: 10-02-2017
- Scores Status: Declared Now
NIACL AO Mains Exam Cut Off Expected
Here are some further details for the test that got held recently. There would be a three-phase assessment for the current openings. These are namely the preliminary, the main test, and the final interview. As the further notice regarding is yet to get public, candidates are hereby advised to stay connected to this web page to receive regular updates for NIACL AO Selection list 2017.
Expected New India Assurance AO Cutoff 2017
Factors Affecting NIACL AO Cutoff
- Total Number of Positions
- Total Ratio of aspirants attempting NIACL AO Mains Exam
- Past two year Cut off Trends
NIACL AO Interview Details
All such candidates who will be qualified for the 3rd stage of the Interview and will feature in the final merit list or Selection List of NIACL AO Result will be appointed as fresh NIACL Administrative Officers (AO).
As far as the contestants’ analysis go, this test was an easy level. After the examination review, it is easily derived that the cut off for the mains exam is about to go tough on many of participants. It is to inform all the candidates, that there will be a main exam that will carry 230 marks holding 200 marks for Objective type and 30 marks for subjective type questions. After clearing the written examinations, the final stage to clear will be the interview.
This interview is to be conducted at the selected venues only. The total proportion of online exams to Interview is 80:20. After qualifying through all the rounds, selected applicants will be assigned a job location as per their preferences. It is most likely that the joining letters would be sent to the applicants via an email or post.
Steps to get NIACL AO Phase II Result 2017
- Participants are recommended to visit the official web portal which is, “www.newindia.co.in”
- Check the career-related notification and navigate towards it from the homepage.
- Find an updated link and follow it to reach the login page.
- Enter your login details and hit the submit button.
- Check your marks and get the sheet printed.
Visit this official link New India Assurance AO Mains Score card, Marksheet, Cut off given here: www.newindia.co.in