NIACL AO Prelims 2019 Expected Cut off & Analysis
NIACL AO Preliminary Exam 2019 is now over and you can read here about the NIACL AO Prelims expected cut off.
The NIACL AO prelims 2019 exam was conducted on January 30, 2019. The exam was conducted by New India Assurance Co. Ltd. (NIACL) and aims to fulfill 312 vacancies for the post of Administrative Officers (Generalists and Specialists). The second phase of the exam will be conducted on March 2, 2019. Here is the expected cut-off for the exam as per the experts.
NIACL AO Prelims Phase 1 exam 2019: Check expected cut-off and question paper analysis by expert, here.
NIACL AO Prelims Cut Off: (New India Assurance Company Limited Administrative Officer exam), commonly known as NIACL AO exam, is conducted for recruitment of “Administrative Officers” (AO) in various branches of NIACL all over India. New India Assurance Co. Ltd is owned by the government of India. The NIACL AO Cut Off 2019 will be released by NIACL on its official website once the result is out.
NIACL 2019 is set to be conducted on 30th January 2019 (Phase 1) and 2nd March 2019 (Phase 2). Candidates must clear the cut off marks of each phase to be eligible to appear for the next stage. And final selection will be based on merit.
NIACL AO Cut Off 2019
Before getting into NIACL AO Cut Off, let us look at the different stages of the exam.
NIACL AO recruitment is conducted in three phases, namely:
- Phase 1: Preliminary Exam
- Phase 2: Main Exam
- Phase 3: Interview
Both in Prelims and Mains, there are two types of cutoffs – Sectional and Overall. Candidates who clear both the cutoff marks of the Preliminary exam will be eligible to appear for the Main exam. Likewise, if candidates clear both sectional and overall cutoff marks of the Main exam, they will be called for Interview.
NIACL Cutoff 2019: Factors Affecting NIACL AO Cutoff
Now let us look at the factors upon which the NIACL AO Cut Off marks depend:
- Total number of vacancies
- Previous years NIACL AO Cut Off trends
- Total number of aspirants attempting NIACL AO exam
- Performance of the candidates
Once the NIACL Cut Off marks for 2019 are declared, we will update it here. Meanwhile, you can check NIACL AO Cut Off Scores of previous years for both Prelims and Mains to get an idea.
NIACL AO Prelims Expected Cut Off 2019
|Quantitative Aptitude||9 – 11||6 – 9|
|English Language||8 – 10||5 – 8|
|Reasoning Ability||13 – 16||10 – 13|
NIACL AO Prelims Overall Cut Off 2019
|General||64 – 67|
|OBC||59 – 62|
|SC||55 – 57|
|ST||50 – 55|
NIACL AO Cut Off 2019: Check Previous Year NIACL AO Cutoff For 2017, 2016 & 2015
In this article, we have provided you with all necessary information about NIACL AO Cut Off, like factors determining the cut off, Cut off Marks of previous years (both section-wise and overall for all categories), etc. Read on to find more.
NIACL AO Cut Off 2017: Section-wise Cut off For NIACL AO Prelims
|General||Quant- 9 English- 8.75
|Other Reserved Category||Quant- 6.25 English- 6
NIACL AO Cut Off 2017: Overall Cut off For NIACL AO Prelims
|Category||Cut Off Score|
NIACL AO Cut Off 2016: Overall Cut off For NIACL AO Prelims
|Category||Cut Off Score|
NIACL AO Cut Off 2016: Section-wise Cut Off For NIACL AO Prelims
|Category||Cut off of each section(Prelims)|
|SC, ST, OBC, PWD (VI, OC)||English:7Reasoning: 12
NIACL AO Cut Off 2016: Overall Cut Off For NIACL AO Mains
|Category||Cut Off Marks|
NIACL AO Cut Off 2016: Section-Wise Cut Off For NIACL AO Mains
|Category||Cut off of each section|
|SC, ST, OBC, PWD||English: 16.75Reasoning:8.00
General Awareness: 7.25
NIACL AO Cutoff 2015: Overall Cutoff For NIACL AO Mains
NIACL AO 2019: Important Dates
The important dates for NIACL AO recruitment 2019 are tabulated below:
|Online registration starts||10th December 2018|
|Online registration ends||26th December 2018|
|Preliminary Exam||30th January 2019|
|Main Exam||2nd March 2019|
NIACL AO Recruitment 2019: An Overview
Let us have a look at the overview of NIACL AO exam 2019.
|Name of the Exam||NIACL Administrative Officer (AO) Exam 2019|
|Conducting Body||New India Assurance Company Limited (NIACL)|
|Name of the Post||Administrative Officers (AO)|
|Job Location||All Over India|
|Mode of Exam||Online|
|Number of Stages||Three – Stage 1 (Preliminary), Stage 2 (Main), Stage 3 (Interview)|
Now that you got an idea about NIACL AO Cut Off marks, prepare accordingly. Remember, clearing the NIACL AO Cut Off marks alone will not guarantee you any job in New India Assurance Company Limited. You need to score as high as possible and secure a top rank in the exam. You must prepare and practice for the exam rigorously.
NIACL AO Prelims 2019 Paper Analysis Here
New India Assurance Co. Ltd.(NIACL) conducted the prelims examination to fill a total of 312 vacancies for the post of Administrative Officer (Generalists & Specialists) on January 30, 2019 . The phase 1 exam was held in computer based mode. The phase 2 exam will be held on March 2, 2019.
Candidates who qualify in the prelims can appear in the main examination to be held on March 2. The main examination will consist of objective tests for 200 marks and descriptive test for 30 marks. Both the objective and descriptive tests will be online. Candidates will have to answer descriptive test by typing on the computer. Immediately after completion of objective test, descriptive test will be administered.
According to experts the difficulty level of exam was between easy to moderate this year.
“The English Language was the easiest of the three. The level of Quantitative Aptitude section was a little difficult and tricky as compared to the other sections. While the reasoning section was moderate,” said Sushil Joshi, SVP (Academic) at Gradeup.
According to Sanjay Jagarwal, Content Head, Madguy Labs, “In the English language, questions came from Reading Comprehension, Sentence arrangement, Error deduction, Correct uses of words, Fill in the blank and Cloze Test. It was an easy section and 18+ marks should be there to be in the safe spot of final merit list.”
“In the Quantitative Aptitude section, questions were asked from Data Interpretation (3 set, Caselet based D.I., Bar chart, Table Chart), Number Series (5 Qs), Simplification, Interest, Time and Work, Number System etc. It remained the puzzled section for many students. It is advised to solve variety of DI questions before mains as same trend can be seen. 23+ is a good score to be in, he added.
“In the reasoning part, it was heavily flooded with Puzzles & Seating Arrangement questions. Square sitting arrangement, Linear Arrangement of seven people, nine floor, Box based puzzle – 9 boxes were given and students have to arrange them according to the given statement. Other than that, coding decoding, inequality based questions and some direction sense test question were making it somewhat a moderate section. A score of 24+ will compensate for English and Quant section,” said Jagarwal.
The Marking scheme: One mark for each correct answer and negative marking of 0.25 is assigned for a wrong answer.