What is IRDA

Insurance Regulation Development Authority of India is regulator of Insurance market in India. Being a regulator IRDA is protecting investor, educating and giving guideline about insurance industry, what to do and don't. IRDA also licensesing authority for intermediaries in insurance market and making rules & regulation.
IRDA mandate to IC – 33 (Life Insurance), IC -34 (General Insurance) for all who want to work as insurance agent in the market. The minimum duration of training set by IRDA time to time.

Target Audience


Post Graduate
Management students
* Any one having interest in
Financial Services

Employee of:

Stock broker
Sub broker
Insurance Companies
Mutual Funds houses
NBFC Companies


Teacher, Lecture,
Professor etc
Investors, Trader
High Net worth individual


After successful obtaining the certification participant can works as on following :
• Life insurance agent
• General insurance agent


IRDA will issue certificate to all candidate with collaboration of a insurance company which one you select.

Fee Structure

Per Module : 8000
Duration : 1 Month
Classes : Weekend & Week days
Time slot : Flexible
Study Material : IRDA will provide study material after registration

Modules Covered

IC - 33

For life insurance agents and Employees also.

IC - 34

For general insurance agents and employees.

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