In India, insurance exams are conducted by the Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority of India (IRDAI). The exams are required for individuals who wish to become insurance agents or brokers. The exams are usually held in the form of a computer-based test and cover topics such as insurance regulations, products, and laws. Candidates must pass the exam and meet other qualifications to be licensed to sell insurance in India.
The Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority of India (IRDA) is a regulatory body established in 1999 by the Indian government to oversee the insurance industry in India. Its main responsibilities include issuing licenses to insurance companies, regulating and supervising their operations, protecting policyholders’ interests, and promoting the development of the insurance sector in India. The IRDA also conducts insurance exams for individuals who wish to become insurance agents or brokers and sets standards for the insurance products offered in the country. The IRDAI is the new name for the IRDA from 2017.
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Companies giving life insurance offer coverage to the life of the individuals, whereas the non-life insurance companies offer coverage to our daily living like travel, health, our car and bikes, and home insurance.
The article will discuss the insurance exams conducted by the following insurance companies in India: