LIC Recruitment 2022: Applications invited for CTO, CDO, CISO posts

LIC Recruitment 2022: The Life Insurance Corporation (LIC) of India has issued an announcement on the hiring of a chief information security officer, chief digital officer, and chief technical officer for the central office in Mumbai. Prospective candidates can view the notification on LIC's official website–

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The same's application period began on September 10 and ends on October 10. The applications will be submitted only via online mode. Applicants must pay a Rs. 1,000 application fee for unreserved categories and Rs 100 for SC/ST/PwBD candidates. The fees will be non-refundable.


LIC Recruitment 2022: How to register

Step 1: Go to LIC official website–

Step 2: Navigate to the careers section and choose “SpecializedpositionsinIT

Step 3: Click on the ‘Apply Online’ option


Step 4: Select "New Registration" and provide your information. The system will generate a temporary registration number and password, which will show up on the screen.

Step 5: Take note of the password and temporary registration number.

Step 6: Candidates will receive an email and SMS regarding the same


Step 7: Fill the application form and complete the registration

Step 8: Upload required documents

Step 9: Examine the application, then click "Complete Registration" one more time.

Step 10: Click on payment option and make the payment

LIC Recruitment 2022: Documents required by the candidates for registration

Scanned passport size photographs

Scanned signature with black ink

Scanned brief résumé

Signature in small letters

Necessary documents for making online payment of the required application fee

Valid personal email if and phone number

There is an opening for one position in each category. All applicants should be less than the age of 58 years and there will be a three-year engagement. All candidates are required to have 15 years of minimum experience in their respective domains.