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August 15, 2017

IRDAI Recruitment of Assistant Managers 2017


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Friends, the Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority of India (IRDAI), an autonomous, statuary agency tasked with regulating and promoting the insurance and re-insurance industries in India, is inviting online applications from eligible Indian citizens for filling up the post of Assistant Manager for the year 2017. There are 30 Posts in total. The selection will be based on a country-wide competitive Phase - I “On-line Preliminary Examination” followed by Phase – II “Descriptive Examination” at select centres and Interview. You can apply online from 15th August 2017 to 5th September 2017. Check complete details below. All the Best :)

Name of the Organization : Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority of India (IRDAI)

Name of the Post : Assistant Manager

Vacancy Details :
  • Unreserved - 16 Posts
  • OBC - 7 Posts
  • SC - 4 Posts
  • ST - 3 Posts
    • Total - 30 Posts 
Important Dates :
  • Starting Date of Online Registration : 15th August 2017
  • Last Date of Online Registration : 5th September 2017
  • Conduct of Phase I Online Preliminary Exam (Objective Type) : 4th October 2017
Eligibility criteria

Age (as on 5th September 2017) :

  • Minimum : 21 Years
  • Maximum : 30 Years
Educational Qualifications :
S. No
Number of Posts
Qualification Required
20 Posts
Graduation from a recognised University with minimum 60% marks.
4 Posts
Graduation from a recognized University with minimum 60% marks, and
Pass in Nine (9) Papers of the Institute of Actuaries of India (IAI) Examination.
4 Posts
Graduation from a recognized University with minimum 60% marks, and
2 Posts
Graduation from a recognized University with minimum 60% marks, and
LL.B with 60% marks
Application Fee :
  • SC / ST / PWD / Ex-Servicemen - Rs. 100/-
  • Others - Rs. 650/- 
Check detailed notification of IRDAI Assistant Managers Recruitment 2017 from HERE

Apply Online from HERE

Thanks to Venu Sharma and Biswaraj Bandhu Bhattacharyaa for the update

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  1. why sc and st 100 and general and obc 600 rupees

  2. This is India and that's the reason Indian industries are far behind when compared to global competitors

  3. why no main exam center in other regions than mentioned. How working people will attend exam ? my father is working for daily wage . I belong to general cat. how can i pay 650 rupees

  4. dude differences in cost is because they are from backward classes still under the dominance of caste system.they are given chance to prove themselves as most of the backward classes dont have basic amenities with them.u may say that we are facing same problem but,the majority of the backward are having income problems while minority of general are having income problem.
    you are questioning now whether it is right or wrong?what happened when they were treated as slaves,hunted for fun and tormented to death till their last brath.u may say it is 21st century,but still many villages are suffering from this differences.go to a hostel and see the differences.go to a govt office and see the way they are treated then come and ask.
    well if the cost would have been 650 for all only the rich in backward would apply and settle whereas others continue in their misery...everything was done after a detailed analysis,so understand the system,dont see one side of the coin and raise voice.


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