NIACL AO Phase-I 2019 Study Plan: 7 Weeks

The New India Assurance Company Limited has freshly announced 312 vacancies for the posts of Officers (Generalist & Specialist) in Scale-I Cadre. The vacancies come as a great opportunity for the candidates who are getting themselves ready to enter the insurance industry through any of these posts. The Preliminary Examination is scheduled to be held on 30th January 2019 and you have hardly got 7weeks to give the finishing touches to your preparations.  And in the last 7 weeks, if you travail all day & night following a strict study plan, nobody can stop you from getting through this NIACL Recruitment 2018 Phase-I Examination.

Quantitative Aptitude

All that you need to do to score well in the quantitative aptitude section is practice. Master yourself at the basic concepts and follow them well, as for banking exams basic concepts will come in handy rather than tricks. Choose the questions wisely and try not to get stuck on a particular question or topic for too long. Try focussing on attempting the maximum number of questions keeping in mind the accuracy with which you attempt the paper.

Reasoning can be a difficult section for most of the aspirants and it is important to solve the questions and at the same time, keep a watch on the time that is passing by. We’ve seen in the recent Banking Exams that this section was quite challenging and time taking for students. Continuous practice will help you deal with this section too as the solution hits the mind quickly. To ace the grades in this section, all you need to do is to practice and only practice. After all, practice makes a man perfect.

English Language

If you are good at vocab and reading then try to make your grip stronger on the reading comprehension and Cloze Test and then do the other miscellaneous topics like Error Detection, Para Jumbles, Phrase Replacement, Double Fillers, etc. But if you are good at grammar, do the miscellaneous topics first and Reading Comprehension in the end. The important topics for cloze test are subject-verb agreement, preposition, and verbs. These topics may help you some other questions too that will be based on grammar. So make sure that you have these topics on your fingertips when you are to attempt the examination.

Following is the plan for NIACL Phase-I 2019 Exam and it is to be followed from 12th of December onwards:

7 Weeks Study Plan For NIACL AO Phase-I 2019

12th-16th Dec
Syllogism, Linear Puzzle, Inequality, Floor based Puzzle,  Square/Rectangular Puzzle Pie Chart DI, Simplification, Time and Distance, Percentage, Problems on Trains Reading Comprehension, Cloze Test, Error Detection, Vocabulary
17th- 23rd Dec
Day/ Date/ Time-based Puzzle, Coding-Decoding, Month/Year-based Puzzle, Mixed Questions Approximation, Time and Work, Profit and Loss, Line Graph, Discount Reading Comprehension, Inferences based questions, Sentence Improvement, Vocabulary
24th-30th Dec
Circular Puzzle, Data Sufficiency, Blood Relation, Floor-Flat-based Puzzle,  Puzzle with Blood Relation Quadratic Equations, Bar Graph, SI and CI, Ratio and Proportion, Permutation and Combination Reading Comprehension, Sentence Completion, Vocabulary, Fillers
31st Dec-6th Jan
Box-based Puzzle, Direction, Short Puzzles, New Pattern, Coding-Decoding Missing Number Series, Tabular DI, Problems on Ages, Probability, Pipes and Cisterns Reading Comprehension, Vocabulary, Idioms & Phrases, Sentence Rearrangement
7th-13th Jan
Raking and Order, Input-Output, Miscellaneous Puzzle, Coded Direction, Comparison-based Puzzle Data Sufficiency, Wrong Number Series, Average, Radar Graph, 3D Mensuration, Partnership Reading Comprehension, Vocabulary, Sentence Improvement, Odd One Out
14th-20th Jan
Puzzle with undefined number of persons, Coded Blood Relation, Coded Inequality, Designation-based Puzzle Quantity Comparison, Mixture and Allegation, Caselet based DI, 2-D Mensuration Reading Comprehension, Vocabulary, Sentence Completion, Sentence Connectors
21st-27th Jan
Practice Week Practice Week Practice Week

Best of luck!!