Procedure To Become An Agent:

To become an agent, you are expected to follow the following steps:

1. Simple Registration Process: To become an LIC agent, you have to fill in a simple registration form available on the Contact Us page of our website. You can submit the documents mentioned at the bottom of this page later. Please also take a look at the Documents and Fees section of this page.

 

2. Online or Offline Training: Once you are through the registration process, you will have to go for Online or Offline Training of 25 hours. Upon completion of the training, you will be awarded with a training certificate. The training covers all the aspects of Life Insurance Business.

 

3. Examination: Further, you will appear a Pre-Licensing Online exam conducted by IRDA and obtain at least - 17 out of 50 Marks. The questions will be of objective type.

 

4. Appointment Letter: Upon passing the exam, you will be awarded a license by IRDA to work as an insurance agent. Then you will be appointed as an agent by our branch and now you will be a part of a team.

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What Next:

  • Attend subject-oriented training sessions conducted by the Development officer Ayush Bharadwaj every week.

  • Start with procuring business from known circle before venturing into unknown circle.

  • Focus on your core competence area- Salary saving scheme, employer-employee module, keyman, term insurance, pension plans, bima school, bima gram, MWP etc..

Eligibility:

  • Minimum Educational Qualification : (10th Pass).

  • Minimum Age: 18 Years (No Upper Age Limit).

  • Residents of Mumbai, Thane, Navi Mumbai, and Palghar.

Who can Become LIC Advisor:

  • Doctors- MBBS, Homeopaths, Ayurveda, Unani, RMPs.

  • Engineers– BE, BTECH, Diploma holders.

  • Lawyers

  • Chartered Accountants

  • Govt Employee’s spouse and children.

  • CEOs of Companies.

  • Builders, Contractors.

  • Salaried persons looking for an extra income.

  • Contract employees of govt, quasi govt, LIC HFL, anganwadi workers.

  • Teachers, Nurses.

  • Medical representatives, Salesmen, Marketting personnel.

  • Students-boys and girls.

  • Housewives

  • Stock brokers

  • Estate Agents

  • Retired/VRS employees.

  • Skilled/Semi skilled Labour, Artisans-goldsmith, blacksmith, potters, tailors etc.

  • General insurance agents, health insurance agents and Pharma distributors.

  • Other company insurance advisors.

  • Software professionals, medical transcriptionists etc willing to expand or build their social network.