NIACL AO exam recruits eligible candidates for Administrative Officer posts in various cadres. Being covered under the Government of India, the Administrative Officer in NIACL is a lucrative job profile with good prospects for future growth. Aspirants of NIACL Administrative Officer exam are provided with free NIACL AO Mock Tests by BYJU’s for proper guidance for the exam preparation.

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The NIACL AO exam is conducted by the New India Assurance Company Limited. The recruitment for the Administrative Officer post is done for two categories.

- NIACL AO Generalist
- NIACL AO Specialist

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### NIACL AO Exam Pattern

New India Assurance exam pattern for Administrative Officer Post is set by the New India Assurance Company Limited.

NIACL AO is an online written examination conducted in two stages.

- NIACL AO Preliminary Exam
- NIACL AO Mains Exam

Besides these two written exams, candidates have to go through the Interview round and final Selection process to get appointed as Administrative Officer in NIACL.

NIACL AO Prelims exam is conducted online and comprises objective questions of 100 marks.

The prelims exam of NIACL AO consists of 3 sections. Details of the same are given below:

NIACL AO exam pattern Prelims |
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Sections | Number of questions | Max marks | Duration |

Quantitative aptitude | 35 | 35 | 20 minutes |

Reasoning ability | 35 | 35 | 20 minutes |

Verbal Ability | 30 | 30 | 20 minutes |

Total | 100 | 100 | 1 hour |

The Free NIACL AO Mock Tests comprises questions from Verbal Ability, Reasoning Ability and Quantitative Aptitude sections. Practising NIACL AO Mock Test series on a daily basis will help candidates with insightful information on their performance, improve their speed, accuracy & overall efficiency in the final face-off.

The pattern of NIACL AO Test Series will be the same as the one given below. Candidates can refer to the NIACL AO Mock test 1 given below.

## NIACL AO Mock Test 1

**Q.1**. On a religious day, 50 men took a dip in a water tank that was 40 m long and 20 m broad. If the average displacement of water by a man was 4 m^{3}. Then the rise in water level in the tank will be?

- 50 cm
- 35 cm
- 30 cm
- 25 cm

**Answer 4**

**Solution 1**. Total volume of water displaced = (4 x 50) m^{3} = 200 m^{3}

Therefore, rise in water level = (200 / (40 x 20))m = 0.25 m i.e. 25 cm

**Q.2.** The area of a rectangle circumscribed by a circle is 32 cm^{2} and the length of one side of the rectangle is 8 cm. What is the length of the diameter of the circle?

- 12 cm
- 16 cm
- 4√5 cm
- 5√2 cm

**Answer 3**

**Solution 2.** Area of the rectangle = 32 cm^{2 } . One side = 8 cm

Then other side will be = 32/8 = 4 cm

Therefore, the Diameter of the circle = Diagonal of a rectangle

√8^{2} + 4^{2} cm = √80 cm i.e. 4√5 cm.

**Q.3.** If the ratio between the area of two circles is 4: 1 then the ratio of their radii will be?

- 2 : 1
- 1 : 2
- 4 : 1
- 1 : 3

**Answer 1**

**Solution 3:**

_{1}

^{2}/ πR

_{2}

^{2}] = 4/1

R_{1}^{2} / R_{2}^{2} = 4/1

R_{1} /R_{2 }= 2/1 i.e 2 : 1

**Q.4.** On a sum of money, the simple interest for 2 years is ₹660, while the compound interest is ₹696.30. The rate of interest is the same in both cases. Find the rate of interest?

- 10%
- 11%
- 10.5%
- 12.5%

**Answer 2**

**Solution 4.** Difference in C.I and S.I for 2 years = 696.30 – 660 = 36.30

S.I for 1 year = ₹330

Therefore S.I on ₹330 for 1 year = ₹36.30

Therefore, the rate of interest = [(100 x 36.30) / 330] % = 11%

**Q.5.** A moneylender finds that due to fall in the annual rate of interest from 8% to 7 ¾%, his yearly income diminishes by ₹61.50. What is his capital?

- 26000
- 24600
- 23800
- 22400

**Answer 2**

**Solution 5.** Let the capital be C

Then, [(C x 8 x 1) / 100] – [( C x 3(1/4) x 1/100)] = 61.50

32C – 31C = 6150 x 4

C = 24600

**Q.6.** A train takes 9 sec to cross a pole. If the speed of the train is 48 kmph, then the length of the train is?

- 80 m
- 90 m
- 120 m
- 150 m

**Answer 3**

**Solution 6.** Time is taken by the train to cross a pole = 9 sec

Distance covered in crossing a pole = Length of the train

Speed of the train – 48 kmph

48 x 5/18 m/sec = 40.3 m/sec

Therefore, the length of train = speed x time

I.e. 40/3 x 9 = 120 m.

**Q.7.** A jogger running at 9 kmph alongside a railway track is 240 meters ahead of the engine of a 120-meter long train running at 45 kmph in the same direction. In how time will the train pass the jogger?

- 18 sec
- 3.6 sec
- 36 sec
- 72 sec

**Answer 3**

**Solution 7.** Speed of train relative to jogger = 45 -9 kmph = 36 kmph

36 x 5/18 m/sec = 10 m /sec

Distance to be covered = (240 + 120) m = 360 m

Therefore, the required time = 360/10 sec = 36 sec.

**Q.8.** The age of father today is thrice that of his son. After 12 years the age of the father will be twice that of his son. what is the present age of his son?

- 10 years
- 15 years
- 12 years
- 20 years

**Answer 3**

**Solution 8**.

let the age of son= x

father’s present age = 3x

After 12 years, 3x + 12 = 2x + 24

3x – 2x = 24 – 12

x = 12, hence age of son is 12 years.

**Directions 9-10.** Read the statement given and choose the correct answer for the conclusions to follow.

**Statements:**

Some planets are star

All stars are comets

No comet is a meteor

**Q.9. Conclusions:**

- No star is a meteor
- All meteor are planets

- Both follow
- Only I follow
- Only II follows
- None follow

**Answer 2**

**Q.10. Conclusion**

- At least some comets are planets
- Some planets being meteors is a possibility

- Only I follow
- Only II follows
- None follow
- Both follow

**Answer 4**

**Solution 9 -10 :**

**Q.11.** If TRUTH is coded as SUQSTVSUGI, then the code for FALSE will be?

- EGZBKMRTDF
- EGZBKNRDTF
- EZGBKMRTDF
- FGZBKNRTDF

**Answer 1**

**Solution 11.**

(-1)T(+1) (-1)R(+1) (-1)U(+1) (-1)T(+1) (-1)H(+1)

S U Q S T V S U G I

(-1)F (+1) (-1)A (+1) (-1)L (+1) (-1)S (+1) (-1)E (+1)

E G Z B K M R T D F

**Q.12.** If DELHI is coded as CCIDD, what will be the code for BOMBAY?

- AMJXUS
- AMJXSU
- AMJSXU
- AMJXVS

**Answer 4**

**Solution 12.**

D(-1) E(-2) L(-3) H(-4) I(-5)

C C I D D

B(-1) O(-2) M(-3) B(-4) A(-5) Y(-6)

A M J X V S

**Directions 13-14:** Read the information and answer the questions following

Aryan is the son of Babita. Chandani, Babita’s sister, has a son Dhanush and a daughter Esha. Farukh is the maternal uncle of Dhanush.

**Q.13.** How many nephews does Farukh have?

- Two
- Three
- Four
- None

**Answer 1**

**Q.14.** How is Aryan related to Dhanush and Farukh?

- Cousin
- Nephew
- Both cousin and Nephew
- Brother and son

**Answer 3**

**Solution 13-14**

(+) Male, (-) Female, (↔) Siblings, (↕) Son/daughter

B (↔) C (-) (↔) F(+)

↕ ↕

A (+) D (+)↔E (-)

**Directions 15 – 17** read the information given and answer the questions following

P,Q,R,S,T,U,V and W are Eight Friends sitting around a table facing the centre. W is not the immediate neighbour of T and S but is sitting on the immediate left of P. V is the neighbour of T and U is on the immediate right of Q. R is between T and U.

**Q.15.** What is the position of S?

- Immediate left of P
- Immediate left of Q
- Between Q and U
- Second to the right of U

**Answer 2**

**Q.16.** Which of the following statements is true?

- U is neighbor of V
- T is between U and Q
- V is between W and T
- W is between P and S

**Answer 3**

**Q.17.** position of V with respect to P?

- Third to left of P
- Immediate left of P
- Second to right of P
- Second to left of P

**Answer 4**

**Solution 15-17**

**Q.18.** Letters L,M,N,O,P,Q,R,S and T in their order are substituted by nine integers 1 to 9 in the following order. 4 is assigned to P. Difference between P and T is 5. The difference between N and T is 3. What is the integer assigned to N?

- 5
- 6
- 7
- 8

**Answer 2**

**Solution 18.**

P = 4

T – P = 5

T – 4 = 5

T = 5 + 4 = 9

T – N = 3

9 – N = 3

N = 9 – 3

N = 6

**Directions 19-21** Complete the sentences by choosing the best alternatives.

**Q.19**. In this context, the ___ of the British labour movement is particularly ___.

- Affair, weird
- Experience, significant
- Activity, moving
- Atmosphere, gloomy

**Answer 2**

**Q.20.** The Darwin who ___ is most remarkable for the way in which he ___ the attributes of the world-class thinker and head of the household.

- Emerges, combines
- Comes, figures
- Arises, adds
- Appeared, combines

**Answer 1**

**Q.21.** Indian intellectuals may boast, if they are so inclined, of being ___ to the most elitist among the intellectual ___ of the world.

- Subordinate, traditions
- Heir, traditions
- Heirs, cliques
- Ancestors, societies

**Answer 2**

**Direction 22-23.** The sentences are given below when properly sequenced form a coherent paragraph. Choose the most logical order of sentences from the given alternatives.

**Q.22.**

- However, binding the obligation to kill, members of feuding families engaged in mutual massacre will be genuinely appalled if by some mischance a bystander or outsider is killed.
- So the actual risk to outsiders, though no doubt higher than our societies, is calculable.
- The situations in which violence occurs and the nature of that violence tends to be clearly defined at least in theory, as in the proverbial Irishman’s question: “Is this a private fight or can anyone join in?”
- Probably the only uncontrolled applications of force are those of social superiors to social inferiors and even here there are probably some rules.

- 1324
- 3412
- 4231
- 1234

**Answer 1**

**Q.23.**

- Michael Hofman, a poet and translator, accepts this sorry fact without approval or complaint.
- Hofman feels passionately about his work and this is clear from his writings.
- He acknowledges too — in fact, he returns to the point often — that best translators of poetry always fail at some level.
- But thanklessness and impossibility do not daunt him.
- In terms of the gap between worth and rewards, translators come somewhere near nurses and street-cleaners.

- 51324
- 12543
- 51342
- 23514

**Answer 3**

**Directions 24-25** For each of the words in Bold letters in the sentence below. Pick the most inappropriate alternatives given for that word.

**Q.24**. When I suggested that war is a method of controlling the population, my father remarked that I was being **facetious**.

- Jovial
- Jocular
- Joking
- Jovian

**Answer 4**

**Q.25.** Some words fall into **disuse** as technology makes objects obsolete.

- Discarded
- Prevalent
- Obliterated
- Unfashionable

**Answer 2**

All the best!