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NICL 1000 Assistant Recruitment 2015 Notification


National Insurance Company Ltd. invites applications from eligible Indian Citizens for the recruitment of Assistants in Class III cadre from open market. There are 1000 posts in total. All the eligible candidates can apply online from 12th January 2015 to 31st January 2015. The selection will be based on Online Examination, which will be held in the month of April 2015. All the details regarding NICL Recruitment of Assistants 2015 like Eligibility criteria, Age limit, Educational Qualification, Examination fee, Important Dates, Selection process are given below. You can also visit official website for more details of NICL Recruitment of Assistants 2015.

National Insurance Company Ltd (NICL) Recruitment of Assistants 2015 Details:
National Insurance Company Limited (NICL) is a fully central government owned general insurance company based in India. The company headquartered at Kolkata was established in 1906 and nationalised in 1972. NIC signed an agreement with Nainital Bank for distribution of its general insurance products through the bank’s branches in Uttarakhand, Haryana and New Delhi. Now the company has released recruitment notification for Assistants for the year 2015. The details of recruitment are given below.
Name of the Organization : National Insurance Company Ltd (NICL)
Name of the Post : Assistants
Total Posts :1000 (you can check the state wise and category wise vacancy details in Page No. 6 of the Recruitment Notification)
Age Limit (as on 30.11.2014) : 
◦Minimum Age : 18 years
◦Maximum Age : 28 years
Application Fees for NICL Assistant Recruitment 2015:

Category
Application Fees
SC/ST/PWD/EX-SER
Rs. 50/- (Intimation Charges only)
Other than SC/ST/PWD/EX-SER
Rs.500/- (Aplication fee including Intimation Charges)

Education Qualification for NICL Assistant Recruitment 2015:
·   Graduate from a recognized University OR
·  Pass in HSC/Equivalent (XII pass) examination with 60% marks (50% for Ex-servicemen, SC/ST and Persons with Disabilities); and the candidate should have passed in English as one of the subjects at SSC/ HSC/ Intermediate/ Graduation level; and Knowledge of Regional Language i.e. Language of the State of Recruitment is essential.
All eligible candidates should apply online before the last date for registration of application. All the candidates will have to appear for the online examination, thereafter; candidates will be shortlisted and will be called for Interview and Computer Proficiency Test. Final selection wil be made on the basis of performance in the Online examination, Interview and Computer Proficiency Test taken together. Merely satisfying the eligibilty norms do not entile a candidate to be caled for Online examination/Computer Proficiency Test/Interview.

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