LIC’s Aadhaar Shila Plan (Plan No: 944) is a non-linked insurance plan, with profits and regular premium paying endowment plan. This plan is a combination plan which offers both savings as well as protection.
LIC’s Aadhaar Shila Plan is primarily for female policyholders having Aadhaar cards provided by UIDAI (Unique Identification Authority of India). This is a Loyalty Addition based plan and does not require any medical tests.
This plan also provides financial assistance to the policyholder’s family in the event of his/her miserable death even during maturity period and if the policyholder survives the policy term a fixed sum assured is paid at the time of maturity.
|Age at Entry||8 Years (Completed)|
|Maximum Age at Entry||55 (Nearest Birthday) Calculate your Age|
|Minimum Term||10 Years|
|Maximum Term||20 Years|
|Maximum Age at Maturity||70 Years (Nearest Birthday)|
|Sum Assured||Minimum Rs. 75,000 and Maximum Rs. 3,00,000|
|Premium Paying Mode||Yearly, Half Yearly, Quarterly & Monthly (SSS and NACH Only)|
|Premium Mode Rebate||Yearly-2%|
|Premium Mode Rebate||Yearly-2% |
Quarterly and monthly-Nil
On survival of year term, Maturity Amount = Basic Sum Assured+Loyalty Addition.
The Sum Assured on Maturity under a paid-up policy will be equated to such an amount called “Maturity Paid-up Sum Assured” which will be payable to Life Assured surviving till the end of the policy term.
In addition to the Maturity Paid-up Sum Assured, Loyalty Addition, if any, will also be payable on maturity.
Maturity Paid-Up Sum Assured=[(Number of Premiums Paid/Total Number of Premiums Payable)x(Sum Assured on Maturity)]
During Auto Cover Period under a paid-up policy:
Death benefit will be paid after deduction of
After the expiry of Auto Cover Period under a paid-up policy:
The Sum Assured on Death under a paid-up policy will be equated to such an amount called “ Death Paid-up Sum Assured” which will be payable to Life Assured surviving till the end of the policy term.
In addition to the Death Paid-up Sum Assured, Loyalty Addition, if any, will also be payable on maturity.
Death Paid-Up Sum Assured=[(Number of Premiums Paid/Total Number of Premiums Payable)x(Sum Assured on Death)]
*Note: It is understandable that Loyalty Addition is applicable after successful completion of 5 policy years.
If the full premium has been paid for at least 5 years and has the policy has completed 5 years, then the plan is eligible for Loyalty Addition at the time of exit during the policy term or maturity for which the policy is in force. Loyalty addition is also considered during Special Surrender Value Calculation on surrender of the policy during the term, only if the full premium has been paid for at least for 5 years.
Policyholders who are above 18 years of age have the option of availing LIC’s Accidental Benefit Rider along with this plan, which will provide the policyholder, an additional amount equal to the Basic Sum Assured in case of death caused due to an accident. The Sum Assured avialable in this rider will not exceed the amount of the Basic Sum Assured.
Under this plan, the risk will commence immediately from the date of inception of the policy. The date of commencement of risk also includes minor lives of the family i.e. children. This is an add-on perk offered by the plan that makes it more efficient and beneficial for a secure future of the family.
Premium under this policy can be paid in intervals in the form of yearly, half-yearly, quarterly and monthly, where monthly premium can only be through NACH or salary deduction during the term of the policy. A grace period of one month but not less than 30 days is allowed for payment of yearly or half-yearly or quarterly premiums and 15 days for monthly premiums.
A revival period of 2 years is given to the assured from the date of first unpaid premium but before the date of maturity. This happens when the policy gets lapsed if the premium is not paid by the end of the grace period. The policy can be revived by paying all due premium along with interest at such rate as fixed by the Corporation at the time of the payment, subject to the submission of satisfactory evidence of continued insurability.
All the benefits under the policy will cease after the expiry of the grace period and nothing will be paid if the premiums have not been paid for at least 3 years. In case of premiums fully paid for 3 years and any subsequent premium is not duly paid, then the policy won’t be ceased but continued as a paid-up policy. Although, Auto Cover Period will be applicable under the plan.
Maturity and Risk cover details have been explained below, with the help of following policy details:
|Sum Assured (Rs.)||Rs. 3,00,000|
|Policy Term (Years)||20|
|Yearly Premium (Rs.)||10,472|
So, as per the above example, policyholder needs to pay the premium of Rs. 10,472 per year for 20 years and maturity will happen after completion of 20 years.
If the policyholder completes 20 years and pays all premium successfully, then Maturity will be as under:
|Maturity Year||Age at Maturity||Total Premium Paid||Maturity Amount (Approx.)|
|2037||50||2,08,860||Rs. 3,00,000+Loyalty Addition|
Auto Cover Period
The period from the due date of first unpaid premium (FUP) is “Auto Cover Period” under a paid-up policy. The duration of Auto Cover Period will be as follows:
If the premiums have been paid for 3 subsequent years continuously then the policyholder can surrender the policy anytime. LIC will pay the Surrender Value equal to higher of Guaranteed Surrender Value and Special Surrender Value after the surrender of the policy.
The Special Surrender Value is fixed by LIC periodically based on the former approval of IRDAI.
The Guaranteed Surrender Value paid at the time of policy term is the total premiums paid multiplied by the Guaranteed Surrender Value factor effective to total premiums paid under the policy.
For Example: For a policy tenure of 10 years and if the policy is surrendered in 9th or 10th of the policy year, the Guaranteed Surrender Value factor expressed in percentage works out to be 80.00%. Similarly, for a policy tenure of 15 years and if the policy is surrendered in 14th or 15th of the policy year surrendered, the Guaranteed Surrender Value factor expressed in percentage works out to be 80.00%.
These Guaranteed Surrender Value factors expressed as percentages are solely depending on the policy term and policy year in which the policy is surrendered.
Premiums paid does not include either taxes or any type of extra charges due to rider premiums.
f the policy has a surrender value based on the terms and conditions by LIC priodically, then the loan will be provided at the time of policy term. The interest rate is decided by the Corporation only.
For the year 2016-17, the paid avail interest rate is 10% p.a. half-yearly.
Maximum loan (% of surrender value) is as under:
The latest loan amount along with interest will be restored during exit from the claims to be paid then.
Legal Taxes, will be applicable as per the laws of Government of India or Tax Authority of India and will be updated regularly if there is a change by the government.
Service Tax will be charged for the premiums paid under the policy. This tax amount paid to the government will not be calculated for the future benefits of the plan.
Free look period
Within 15 days of the issuance of the policy, if the person does not agree to the clauses of the policy then he/she can cancel the policy anytime within that period. After the cancellation process, LIC will return the amount of premium deposit, deducting the risk premium and stam duty charges.
*Note: Premiums paid does not include either taxes or any type of extra charges due to rider premiums.
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Last updated on July, 2020