LIC says it has not released any recruitment notification for Assistant Administrative Officers
Several newspapers and online portals had carried advertisements for the AAO 2018 cadre. LIC said that these are fake and have not generated by it
July 18, 2018 / 02:07 PM IST
1995-96 || Manmohan Singh’s last full budget announced a major financial sector reform plan, which set the stage for opening up a sector that was dominated by public sector companies. What reform is this? Ans: Singh proposed to establish an independent Regulatory Authority for the insurance industry that eventually led to the setting up of the Insurance Regulatory Development Authority (IRDA) of India.
(Image source: Reuters)
Life Insurance Corporation of India (LIC) on Wednesday clarified that it has not put out any recruitment notification for the post of Assistant Administrative Officer (AAO) for 2018.
Several newspapers and online portals had carried advertisements for the AAO 2018 cadre. LIC said that these are fake and have not generated by it.
The life insurer also highlighted that any advertisements for recruitment published by LIC in newspapers are invariably displayed on LIC's official website
in its careers section.