Syllabus for the NIACL Assistant 2021 NIACL Assistant Detailed Exam Pattern

NICL Assistant Syllabus 2021 NIAC Assistant Exam Syllabus 2021 New India Assurance Assistant Exam Pattern Scheme 2021 NIACL Asst. Class III Selection Process 2021 NIACL Exam Pattern Syllabus NIACL Assistant Exam Pattern NIACL Asst.

NIACL Syllabus 2021

About Recruitment :

The New India Assurance Company Limited, wholly owned by the Government of India will conduct an open market written exam for recruitment of assistant posts in Class III cadre. The October 3rd week to the November 21st was the deadline for candidates to submit their application. The following link will provide details about the recruitment process.

Examine the NIACL Assistant:

The application forms were submitted successfully by all candidates. Now they can begin preparing for the exam. The Exam will be conducted in two phases. Tier I – Pre Exam & Tier II – Main Exam. Tier I – Pre Exam will be conducted soon.

NICAL Stage 1 (Pre-Exam), Date: December 2021

As time passes quickly, the standard of competition is increasing. Candidates should be aware of what they need to do in order to perform well in the examination. Candidates who will be taking this exam are not familiar with the syllabus and scheme. Here is the latest NIACL Assistant Syllabus & Exam Pattern.

Selection Process:

Stage 1 Pre-Examination
Stage 2 Mains Exam
Stage 3 Test of Regional Language

NIACL Assistant Exam Model:

The Assistant Exam Pattern is as follows:

For Tier I Examination

  • Objective type exam.
  • Questions will be presented in the form MCQs.
  • This exam will have 100 questions.
  • The maximum marks allowed for this exam are 100 marks.
  • Each question will have 1 mark.
  • The Test Duration is 01:00 An Hour (60 minutes).
  • Hindi and English will be the exam languages.
  • Each test will require candidates to pass in order to be considered by the Company.
  • The Tier II-Main Examination will be conducted by a shortlist of qualified candidates, according to the Company’s criteria.
Subject Questions Marks
English Language 30 30
Reasoning 35 35
Numerical Ability 35 35
TOTAL 100 100

For Tier II Examination

  • Objective type exam.
  • Questions will be presented in the form MCQs.
  • This exam had 200 questions.
  • The maximum marks allowed for this exam were 250 points
  • The Test Duration is 02:00 hours (120 minutes).
  • Hindi and English will be the exam languages.
  • Each candidate must obtain a minimum score in the main exam (as determined by the Company).
  • Candidates who pass the Online Main Examination will then be shortlisted for Regional Language Test.
  • Regional Language Test will not be given separate marks. This test is only qualifying in nature
Subject Questions Marks
Reasoning 40 50
English Language 40 50
General Awareness 40 50
Numerical Ability 40 50
Computer Knowledge 40 50
TOTAL 200 250

> The total marks achieved as above shall be reduced proportionately to a base level of 35 marks.

Note: Penalty for Wrong answers (Applicable to both the Preliminary examination and the Main examination) A penalty will be applied for incorrect answers in Online Objective Tests. One-fourth of marks will be deducted for each incorrect answer. This penalty will allow you to get the corrected score. Unattempted questions will not be penalized.

Test of Regional Language:

The Company will call the candidates who have been shortlisted for the Main online examination to schedule a Regional Language Test at one of its centers. Shortlisted candidates will be notified via our website of the name, address, and date of the test centre.

Only a qualifying version of the Regional Language Test will be available. The same will not be scored.

Candidates will be ranked based on their scores in the Online Main Examination. To be shortlisted for the next recruitment process, the candidate must be sufficiently high on the merit list.


These documents must be submitted in original and self-attested photocopies to support the candidate’s eligibility. Failure to do so will result in the candidate being denied the opportunity to take part in the Regional Language Test.

  • Print out the Call Letter valid for the Regional Language Test
  • The online application form can be printed out using the valid system generated printout.
  • The Birth Certificate or Proof of Date of Birth issued by the Competent Municipal Authorities (or SSLCI Std. X Certificate with DaB
  • Original and photocopy of Photo Identify proof as indicated in ‘IDENTITY VERIFICATION’
  • Mark-sheets & certificates for Graduation/Equivalent Examination etc. A proper document from the University must be submitted to prove that the University has declared the result before or on the date of the application.
  • Caste Certificate issued in the prescribed format by the competent authority for SC/ST/OBC candidates.
  • Candidates from aBC categories should include a statement that the candidate is not exempted from the reservation for Other Backward Classes in civil posts & services under the Government of India. ABC caste certificates containing the Non creamy layer clause must be valid from the date of online registration. The certificate must include the Caste Name.
  • OBC candidates who are OBC but fall under the creamy layer and/or whose caste is not listed on the Central List do not qualify for OBC reservation. In the online application, they should indicate their general category.
  • For persons with disabilities, candidates must produce a Disability certificate in the prescribed format that was issued by the Authorities. The candidate who used the services a Scribe during the online examination should produce the details in the format provided on our website.
  • Candidats for Ex-Servicemen: (i) Retired Armed Forces personnel must submit a Certificate as per “Proforma A”. These Ex-servicemen candidates must produce a copy the discharge Certificate I pension order and documentation proof of rank last held (substantive and acting) at the Regional Language Test. (ii) Candidates still serving in the Armed Forces who wish to apply under the Ex-Servicemen category must submit a ‘Proforma A’ from the Competent Authority indicating his/her date for completion of specific periods of engagement (SPE), along with the declaration in Forma C. Candidates whose SPE has been completed I will be eligible to apply. These candidates must submit a release form and a self declaration form stating that they are eligible for the benefits available to Ex-Servicemen. Indian rules (iii). Candidates who have completed their initial assignment period and are currently on extended assignment must submit the certificate according to ‘Proforma D. (iv) Dependents or Servicemen who were killed in action must produce sufficient documentation to prove that they are dependents or severely disabled.
  • Candidates for Government I quasi-govt offices and Public Sector Undertakings (including Nationalised Banks and Financial Institutions), must present a “No Objection certificate” from their employer during the Regional Language Test. In the absence of this, their candidature will be withdrawn and travel expenses, if any are admissible, will be denied.

Final Selection:

Final selection will be based on performance in the online Main exam subject to qualifying for Regional Language Test. A candidate cannot be allowed to take the online Regional Language Test or examinations by simply satisfying the eligibility requirements.

The Final Merit List, state-wise and by category, shall be prepared in descending ordinal order of marks obtained in the Online Main Examination. Candidates who meet the criteria for the merit list will be considered for appointments subject to medical fitness. The Company will inform candidates via its website.

About NIACL Syllabus –

The New India Assurance Assistant Syllabus can be found below:

Reasoning:Questions from Analogies, Similarities, and Differences, Spatial Visualization, Problem-solving, Analysis, Judging, Decision Making, Visual Memory, Discrimination, Visual Memory, Decision Making, Analyze, Judging, and Decision Making, Visual Memory, Discrimination, Visual Memory, Image Recognition, Data Management, Visual Memory, Diagnosis, Relation Concepts, Arithmetic Reasoning, Verbal and Figure Classification, Code and Decoding, Statement conclusion, Syllogistic reasoning

English language: Verb/ preposition/ adverb/ subject-verb agreement. Error Correction/ Recognition. Tenses, sentences rearrangement. Fill in the gaps with articles. Comprehension. Answering questions based upon unseen passages, vocabulary, synonyms, and antonyms usage. Grammar & Proficiency in language.

General Awareness: Questions are designed to test the candidate’s awareness of the environment and how it applies to the society. Questions will be asked to assess knowledge about current events, as well as the ability to observe and apply what you know from everyday experience. Questions pertaining to India and India’s neighboring countries will be included in the test. geography, economics and general polity.

Numerical Capability –Questions from Simplification, Average Percentage Time & Work Area Profit & Loss Simple & Compound Interest Time & Speed Investment, HCFLC, Problem on Ages, HCF LCM and Problem On Ages Bar Graph, Pictorial Graphs, Pie Chart. The section that must be focused is Date Interpretation.

Computer Knowledge: To assess the candidate’s proficiency in matters such as text formatting, insertion table, print and save, file transfers, website searching, browsing, downloading, E-mail and use of pen drives and other software. Programs of accounting, among others. Computer Fundamentals, Windows (MS–Windows), MS–Office: Word Processing, MS-Word), Spread Sheet, MS-Excel, Presentation Knowledge (MS–PowerPoint), MS Access and Use of Internet Services Available on Internet, Communication Technology, Networking Concepts.