NIACL AO Cut off marks 2016 for Phase 1,2 & Final

Name of the organization: New India Assurance Company Limited (NIACL)
Name of the posts: Administrative Officer (Generalist) scale 1 cadre

NIACL AO Cut off marks 2016

New India Assurance Company limited will conduct phase 1 and 2 written exam for Administrative Officer posts in December 2016. The test is to be held for Generalist Scale 1 cadre posts. Every candidate who wants to be selected for these posts, should have to obtain required marks as fixed by the company. Here you can check the expected cut off marks of NIACL AO Exam 2016.

NIACL AO Cut off marks 2016 (Expected & Actual)

NIACL AO Phase 1 Cut off marks

 Candidates have to qualify in each test by securing passing marks to be decided by the Company.
Here is the actual cut off marks of NIACL AO Phase 1 Pre Exam (out of 100) category wise.

 NIACL AO Phase 2 Cut off marks

 Each candidate will be required to obtain a minimum score for each section of objective test separately for short listing for the Descriptive test evaluation/Interview. Descriptive answer script would be evaluated only in respect of those candidates who qualify the objective test. Each candidate should obtain a minimum total score in the objective test (main examination) and qualify in the descriptive test for short listing for the Interview.
Below are original cut off marks for Mains.


 NIACL AO Final Cut off marks

 The final cutoffs for selection will be decided on the basis of online exam and interview. The weightage (ratio) of online Examination and Interview will be 80:20 respectively.
Online Exam: 80% weightage
Interview: 20% weightage

 Detail on NIACL AO Cut off marks

 The cutoffs will be decided by the Company according to number of vacancies. Separate cut offs will be decided each for a section or overall. The c.o. scores will be calculated on the basis of vacancies to shortlist candidates for next round.

NIACL AO Previous Years Cut off marks

NIACL had not declared the cut off marks used for its 2014-2015 recruitment and previous years.

The above given marks are just calculations to give an idea. The candidates are advised to score as higher as they can to make their chances higher of qualifying all the stages.

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