Scale-I Officer – General Insurance Corporation of India

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Scale-I Officer – General Insurance Corporation of India

General Insurance Corporation of India invites applications for the post of Scale-I Officer. The last date to receive applications is 29th May 2018. Applications received after this will be rejected.

Scale I Officers

The job details are as listed below –

Name of the board – General Insurance Corporation of India

Post name – Scale I Officer

Post Code – not mentioned

Number of posts – 25

Last date to submit application form – 29/05/2018

Category – Government Jobs

Sub-Category – insurance jobs, officer jobs

Location – Mumbai

Upper Age Limit – 30 years

Eligibility – graduate in any discipline from a reputed board with 55% marks

Job URLhttps://www.gicofindia.com

Official website – https://www.gicofindia.com

Last Date of Month – May 2018

Application Fee – Rs 500 + GST by DD for general candidates and others exempted

Pay scale – Rs 32795 – 62315

More Information

For more information regarding the post and the duties and responsibilities of the personnel, please log on to the website as mentioned above. Please ensure you have all your documents in place in support of marks cards, educational qualification, DOB, caste certificate, experience letters and any other relevant documents.

The application is in the online mode and candidates are requested to check the website before applying and apply as per the prescribed format only. The last date to receive application is 29th May 2018. Applications received after this will be rejected. Incorrect applications will also be rejected. Please ensure you meet all eligibility criteria before applying. The tests are scheduled for June or July. Details can be found on the website and are currently only tentative. Application fees should be paid by 29th May as well. Selection of candidates will be based on the online test, group discussion, and the interview. The list of centers for the written test is available online as well as the type of tests conducted. Candidates should score minimum 60% in the tests to be eligible.