#Virukipolicy | T&C*
LIC's Amulya Jeevan II Plan is a pure term protection plan that offers financial protection to the family of the policyholder in the event of his/her unfortunate death. The plan offers higher value life cover at an affordable premium.
This plan doesn't provide any maturity or survival benefit at any time during the policy tenure or after the culmination of the policy since it is designed to provide life cover only i.e. the plan only offers death cover or death benefits. If the policyholder meets with death at any time during which the policy is in force then LIC will give the Sum Assured on death amount to the nominee(s) of the policyholders.
The Amulya Jeevan II pure term plan is a non-participating and non-linked plan i.e. the policy does not participate in the profits of LIC and is not linked with units of any financial measurements. It is a pure life cover plan for the applicants who want to secure the future of their family and dependents in their absence due to unfortunate death.
The Amulya Jeevan II plan is an offline plan which subscribers need to purchase through any of the agents or outlets.
Pure Term plan, offers death benefit only and no maturity benefit.
Offers high Sum Assured to meet the financial needs and flexibility to increase the cover.
Long-term policy tenure range upto 35 years can be chosen.
Various options of premium paying modes that can be annual or bi-annual.
To make the premium payments on time, a whole one month grace period is provided to the insured person.
High Sum Assured starts from a minimum of Rs. 25 lakhs can be chosen making it appropriate for the policyholder to increase the cover anytime.
Premium discounts are available for annual mode.
Flexibility of choosing policy tenure ranges between 5 and 35 years.
Non-participative, non-linked plan, can only be purchased offline.
Provisions for policy revival.
Death Benefit, payable to the beneficiary(s) is provided by the policy to ensure the well-being of the insured’s family in the event of his/her demise during the policy term.
Amulya Jeevan-II Plan investments are liable to tax benefits. Tax-free claims as per Section 10 (10D) of the Income Tax Act, 1961 and tax benefits on premiums paid under Section 80C of the Income Tax Act, 1961.
|Minimum age limit||18 years (completed)|
|Maximum age limit||60 years (nearest birthday)|
|Maximum cover ceasing age||70 years (nearest birthday)|
|Minimum Sum Assured||Rs. 25 lakhs|
|Maximum Sum Assured||No limit|
|Minimum policy term||5 years|
|Maximum policy term||35 years|
|Minimum premium||Based on the policy term, premium payment mode and the Sum Assured chosen by the customer.|
|Maximum premium||Based on the policy term, premium payment mode and the Sum Assured chosen by the customer.|
The annualized premium rates for every Rs. 1000 Sum Assured of Amulya Jeevan-II Plan is illustrated in the below sample table:
|Policy term (in years)||Age of Policyholder (in years)|
|Annual Premium Rates on Rs. 1000 Sum Assured (Rs.)|
Greater the Sum Assured higher the premium amount. How much life cover should a person opt for? Going by the rule of thumb it should be what can be availed for at least 1% yearly payment of a person’s annual income. So if a person earns an income of Rs. 3.6 lakhs yearly, then he can opt for a minimum life cover of Rs. 25 lakhs at an annual premium of around Rs. 3600.
Greater the policy holder’s age more the premium amount. Hence LIS advises people to get insured as early as possible so as to avail benefits of maximum life cover at minimum premiums.
Surrender Value benefit is not available in Amulya Jeevan-II plan. If the policyholder surrender before the end of the tenure, he/she will not receive any surrender benefit.
On purchase of Amulya Jeevan-II plan, LIC offers a free look or cooling period of 15 days. This period can be utilized by policyholders to read through the policy document thoroughly, ask queries and get clarifications regarding any doubts that they may have about the policy. If they are not satisfied with any clause and decide to return the policy, it will be cancelled. LIC will return the first premium that has been paid, post applicable deductions like the proportionate risk premium for the cover period, stamp duty charges, medical examination expenses and other reports if provided.
The policy is not subject to a paid-up value.
There are no add-on riders and loan facilities available for this plan.
The policy can be dated back to the same financial year.
Amulya Jeevan-II Plan provides assignment and nominations facility.
If the policyholder commits suicide within 12 months from the date of purchase, only 80% of the premiums paid by the policyholder till the death date will be returned to the nominee(s) if the policy is in force.
The essential documents required for Amulya Jeevan II Plan are proof of your age, address, identity, address, health and income proofs:
Certificate of Birth
Electricity and Gas Bills
Blood and urine test reports, and
1. How can I revive my policy?
Policy can be revived anytime after 2 consecutive years of the first unpaid premium before the policy reaches its expiry date.
2. How much service tax applies to this policy?
12% of service tax is applicable in this policy.
3. Is there any concession in the payment of claims?
No concession for claims and an extended claim is offered by the plan.
4. Is it possible to pay the premium on a monthly basis?
No, it is not possible. Only yearly and half-yearly premium payment modes are allowed under the plan.
Last updated on 2-07-2019