UIIC Exam Syllabus

This page is containing all the information related to the UIIC (United India Insurance Company). By reading this page you will get an idea to how you can start the preparation to this examination. And here we have deep exam pattern details for you that will give you a brief idea about the exam pattern.

UIIC Limited (United India Insurance Company) – Assistants Syllabus Exam, Pattern & Eligibility Criteria

Pattern of the Examination

One Question Paper & Computer Proficiency Test

Minimum Education Qualification

Graduate

Age Limit

18 to 28 years

All Question Types

Objective Type Multiple Choice

Main Question Topics

English Language

Reasoning

General Knowledge

Computer Knowledge

Numerical Ability

UIIC (United India Insurance Company) limited is always conduct a written examination for the recruitment of approximately 684 assistant post for their office all over in India. In this article we are going to cover all related student confusion and students question related to the United India Insurance Company limited Assistant exam pattern, syllabus and Eligibility Criteria. Also, discus about some extra point that will also matter for the student who is doing preparation for this examination.

Question Paper Overview

Type of Questions

Objective

Maximum Marks

250

No. of Questions

200 Question

Duration

2 Hours (120 Minute)

Assistants Exam Pattern: This UIIC (United India Insurance Company) exam has the one paper which is appeared online exam. And this online exam will consist the objective questions. And this exam is coming in two language Hindi as well as in English language. So, if you are belonging to the Hindi medium then you don’t have to worry about it. You can do preparation in Hindi except the English section. Some part of Computer Proficiency is also including in this examination.

Exam contain these section

Reasoning

Maximum Marks

50 Marks

No. of Questions

40 Question

English Language

Maximum Marks

50 Marks

No. of Questions

40 Question

Numerical Ability

Maximum Marks

50 Marks

No. of Questions

40 Question

General Awareness

Maximum Marks

50 Marks

No. of Questions

40 Question

Computer Knowledge

Maximum Marks

50 Marks

No. of Questions

40 Question

NOTE: – Negative Marking is there of 0.25 Marks deducted for Wrong answer.

Reasoning:

The exam first section will be start from the Logical Reasoning. Reasoning is all about the process of the forming of the judgement and the conclusion form premises or some fact. And there will be two types of the reasoning consist the exam verbal and non-verbal.

Verbal Reasoning:

    • Number series
    • Letter & symbol series
    • Statement and argument
    • Logical problems
    • Verbal reasoning
    • Blood relations
    • Coding-decoding
    • Number ranking
  • Making judgments etc.

 Non-verbal Reasoning:

    • Series completion
    • Finding any missing figure
  • Classification

English Language:

Second section is consisting the English language question. It is the most useful and the most popular language around the world. English is just a global language. So, this time every exam contains the English language section. So, this is important to be give you 100% in English to crack any exam. So, if you want to be selected in this exam you English understanding should be good as well as English speaking also be good. Following topic are the topic which exam is contain.

    • Synonyms
    • Antonyms
    • Verb
    • Error Correction
    • Tenses
    • Sentence Rearrangement
    • Fill in the Blanks with Modals, Articles etc.
    • Comprehension
    • Unseen Passages
  • Vocabulary etc.

Numerical Ability:

The fourth section is busy with the Quantitative Aptitude question. And these types of the question contain the five multiple-choice answers. And we can divide this quantitative aptitude in two part for better understanding and for making easy to doing deep preparation of this post.

Data Interpretation means:

    • Bar graphs
    • Pie charts,
    • Line graphs
  • Tabulation.

Arithmetic means:

    • Number System
    • HCF, LCM
    • Ratio and Proportions
    • Percentage
    • Time and Distance
    • Profit and Loss
    • Average
    • Simple and Compound Interest
    • Geometry
    • Arithmetic
    • Trigonometry
    • Statistics
  • Mensuration etc.

General Awareness:

Third section is General Awareness. These questions are not based on any specific study but related to current affairs (with special reference to Banking Industry).

    • Current Affairs around the world
    • Books and Authors
    • Awards and Honors
    • Banking
    • Science Inventions and Discoveries
    • Abbreviations
    • Economic News
    • Budget & Plans
    • Sports
    • Culture
    • Geography
    • Indian Economy
    • Finance
  • Important Days & Dates etc.

Computer Knowledge:

This section is containing the basic knowledge of the computer on the basis of software and some hardware. Because in this era computer is also become so useful for the office uses. So, that is why you may also have some basic knowledge of the computer to crack this exam for the post of the Assistant in NICL.

    • Basic Hardware and Software
    • Uses of Computer
    • Generations of Computer
    • Basic Computer Operations / Shortcut Keys
  • MS Office (Word, Excel, Power point)

The candidate must be graduate from the recognize university or pass in HSC or any Equivalent (XII pass) examination with the minimum mark obtained 60% (50% for the ex-serviceman, the persons with Disabilities and for SC/ST. And the candidate should pass in English exam as one of the subjects at SSC/HSC/Intermediate/graduation level.

Age Limit:

Minimum: 18 years

Maximum: 28 years