NIACL AO Admit Card 2021: The Admit Card for the Administrative Officers (Generalists) – Scale-I recruitment examination 2021 has been announced by the New India Assurance Company Ltd (NIACL). Candidates who have applied for the NIACL AO Phase-I examination can get their admit cards online at https://www.newindia.co.in/.
On October 16, 2021, the NIACL Phase-I online objective test for AO (Generalist) (Scale-I) recruitment-Exercise 2021 will be held. In the recruitment part of the official website – www.newindia.co.in – call letters with reporting time and venue, as well as other essential instructions, are now accessible for download.
The following objective type multiple choice tasks will be included in the online examination: NIACL AO Admit Card 2021
|Serial Number||Test Name||Number of Questions||Highest Marks||Time Scale|
|01||Language of English||30 Questions||30 Marks||20 Minutes|
|02||Reasoning Capability||35 Questions||35 Marks||20 Minutes|
|03||Quantitative Aptitude||35 Questions||35 Marks||20 Minutes|
The test lasts 60 minutes in total; however, you may need to spend about 120 minutes at the venue, including time for signing in, collecting call letters, reading the instructions, and so on. All tests, with the exception of the English Language test, will be given in English and Hindi. Each test is timed separately.
Candidates can only attempt questions in a certain test during the time given for that particular test. There will be numerous options for each question. Only one of the five possible responses to a question will be correct. You must choose the most acceptable response and ‘mouse click’ the option that you believe is appropriate/correct.
The alternative/option you choose will be considered your response to that question. You will be penalised if you mark incorrect answers. Each time you mark a bad response, a quarter of the marks assigned to that question will be deducted as a penalty.
The following technique will be used to acquire the results of the online examination: NIACL AO Admit Card 2021
- After applying a penalty for incorrect responses, the Corrected Score is calculated using the number of questions answered properly by a candidate in each objective test.
- To arrive at the Equated Scores, the Corrected Scores received by a candidate are rendered comparable to account for any minor differences in difficulty level, if any, in each of the objective exams taken in various sessions (Scores obtained by candidates on any test are equated to the base form by considering the distribution of scores of all the forms).
- Scores on individual tests and in total are presented with decimal points up to two digits. Please keep in mind that the types of questions presented in this handout are merely examples and not exhaustive. You will discover questions of a higher difficulty level on any or all of these categories, as well as questions on types not stated here, on the actual exam.