As per IRDA’s guidelines he should be 18 years and minimum H.S.C. passed.
To become Life Insurance Agent in India a candidate should pass IRDA Pre recruitment qualification examination.
No, you need not to leave your existing job or profession.
There are different training schedules for full time agents and part time agents. For more information please contact us.
As per LIC guidelines your annual target will be 12 policy (of different person) and 1 lakh total premium.
Yes, previous experience is not a joining criteria.
Candidate should complete 25 hours of training from an IRDA approved training institution. Anyway it is not big problem as it can be done offline or online as per the candidate time & convenience.
At the time of joining you need to pay a sum of ₹ 150/- only. In addition to this you need to pay ₹ 350/- for the purpose of IRDA exam. After joining, all Training and Stationary is absolutely free.
Exam is ONLINE. No off line exam is available. Once you submit the question paper you will immediately get the result.
The Test contains 50 Multiple Choice Questions in one hour. Each question carries one mark. There is no negative marking for wrong answers. To qualify a person should get minimum 35% marks.
License is valid for a period of three years.
No. Candidates need not write exam for Certificate Renewal. They have to attend 25 hours of practical training in order to renew the certificate for another block of 3 years.
Yes, We organize mock test for IRDA examination