LIC India Recruitment 2016-2017 for 500 Advisor Posts

LIC India Recruitment 2016-2017 for 500 Advisor Posts. LIC India has been released a notification for 500 jobs or Vacancies. Interested and eligible candidates may apply online on or before 30th August 2016 .Please read the below provided information such as educational qualification, application fees, selection procedure etc. carefully before applying for this job.

LIC India Recruitment 2016-2017 Details:

Company Name LIC India
Qualification Graduation,HSC
Job Location –
Number of Vacancies 500 posts
Name of the Post Advisor
Salary Not Declared
Last Date To Walk-in 30-08-2016

Name of the Post:


Age Limit:

Candidates age should be 18-50 years as on 13-07-1980

Educational Qualification for LIC India Recruitment 2016-2017:

  • Candidates should be complete Graduation and Marketing-salesmanship and Salesman.
  • Candidates should be complete HSC passed out and should be a Insurance Agent with OTH(Other), Insurance Representative.

How to Apply for LIC India Recruitment 2016-2017:

Interested and Eligible candidates may send their application with relevant documents on or before 30-08-2016.

About LIC India:

Life Insurance Corporation of India (LIC) is an Indian state-owned insurance group and investment company headquartered in Mumbai. It is the largest insurance company in India with an estimated asset value of ?1,560,482 crore (US$230 billion).[2] As of 2013 it had total life fund of Rs.1433103.14 crore with total value of policies sold of 367.82 lakh that year.The Life Insurance Corporation of India was founded in 1956 when the Parliament of India passed the Life Insurance of India Act that nationalised the private insurance industry in India. Over 245 insurance companies and provident societies were merged to create the state owned Life Insurance Corporation.

The Oriental Life Insurance Company, the first company in India offering life insurance coverage, was established in Calcutta in 1818 by Anita Bhavsar and others. Its primary target market was the Europeans based in India, and it charged Indians heftier premiums.[3] Surendranath Tagore (son of Satyendranath Tagore) had founded Hindusthan Insurance Society, which later became Life Insurance Corporation