Qualification/Educational Criteria :
Candidates who wish to apply for this post must posess the following
skill and criteria: Qualified Graduation Degree in any subject from a
recognized University or College.
No of Post : 100
Age Limit(in yrs) : Interested candidates who are appearing for this post should have the age of 21 to 35 Years.
Pay Scale/Salary(in Rs.) : Selected candidates would be eligible to get the pay scale of around Rs.7,400 to 16,965/- Per Month.
Application Fee : Candidates have to pay Rs.500/- for all candidates.
Mode of Selection : Selection will be based on Online Test & Interview.
Insurance Corporation of India popularly known as LIC is an Indian
state-owned insurance group and investment company headquartered in
Mumbai. It is the largest insurance company in India with an estimated
asset value of INR1560481.84 crore. As of 2013 it had total life fund of
Rs.1433103.14 crore with total value of policies sold of 367.82 lakh
that year. The company was founded in 1956 when the Parliament of India
passed the Life Insurance of India Act that nationalised the private
insurance industry in India. Over 245 insurance companies and provident
societies were merged to create the state owned Life Insurance
Ingeniously designed – the Activa is made for you to go miles, to do
things and to go places. With your loved ones. Developed on Honda's
globally tested engineering technology, it comes with a host of new
features. The seats maximizes riding comfort. Thus offering you a smooth
ride. Perfect in design and technology, the Activa is more than just a
scooter. With an increased mileage of 15%*, it allows you to enjoy your
rides, no matter how long they are. So now you can enjoy life without
stopping. Step onto your Activa, spread the joy with your loved ones,
and go on and on.
The new family two-wheeler looks
stunning in new design and upgraded style. Now comes in 110cc
displacement. This automatic gear scooter now features revamped clear
rectangular headlamp. Front face has flowing lines with sexy curves.
Aerodynamic style is another change that catches the eyes. Overall, the
body of the Honda Activa
is compact. This compact machine allows the rider to handle it with
Honda first wooed
enthusiasts by displaying its CBR150R at the Delhi Auto Expo in January
2012. Honda launched the world-class economy sport bike at Rs
1,17,385 ex-showroom, Delhi.
Honda has launched
the smaller CBR 150R in the Indian auto market at Rs 1,16,385
(ex-showroom, Delhi) for the Standard and Rs. 1,17,385 (ex-showroom,
Delhi) for the Deluxe variant.
The CBR 150R has a light and compact DOHC 150cc engine which produces a
peak power of 17.6PS at 10,500rpm and a peak torque of 12.66Nm at
8,500rpm, which is ideal for city riding conditions. The CBR’s engine,
mated to a six-speed gearbox, will be liquid-cooled and fuel-injected
with their patented PGM-FI technology. Front & rear disc brakes will
be standard on the bike, it will also have mono-suspension and wide
front and rear tubeless tyres offering better stability while cornering. Engine
The Honda CBR150R is based on a 149cc 4-stroke
carburetted single cylinder 4 valve DOHC engine with 11.0:1 compression
Most important thing about the change is, there are no mechanical changes done. All improvements are done on visual or aesthetic side.
Hero Honda India has given another minor face-lift to its popular bike,
CBZ X-treme, which now gets host of new comfort and safety features.
Technically, there is no major change and it is powered by the same
engine. New CBZ Xtreme has all the Hero Honda hallmarks - engine
refinement, slick-shifting smooth gearbox, top-of-the-class vibration
isolation, low engine noise and quality components.
Hero Honda is now Hero MotoCorp and the company revealed its new identity at a mega event in London, UK.
What's new in 2011 Hero Honda CBZ X-treme
- Digital plus analogue instrument cluster - Shutter for the ignition key - New anti-drag fuel tank - Rear disc brake - New design for alloy wheels - New LED tail lamp - New rear shock absorbers - New exhaust heat shield - New graphics for the fairing