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

Students:

10th
10+2
Graduate
Post Graduate
Management students
* Any one having interest in
Financial Services

Employee of:

Stock broker
Sub broker
Insurance Companies
Mutual Funds houses
Bank
NBFC Companies

Academician:

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

Scope

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

Certification

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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