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I have a query about IRDA Certification. I am not associated with any Insurance company but I still want to do an IRDA certification. Can I do IRDA certification without being involved with any insurance company? The way one can do NCFM Certification by paying the fee and appearing in an online examination, Is this possible for IRDA Certification also??

Asked by MOHD KHAN, 03 Jun '09 05:38 pm
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How to get IRDA (Insurance Regulatory Development Authority- financial advisor) certificate?

Just submit following documents and appear in online exam for an hour.
Exam will completely be based on a book which will be provided to you.

1. PAN card (1 photocopy)
2. Address proof (voter id card or latest mobile bill or passport) (1 photocopy)
3. 8 photos
4. Cancelled cheque of your bank account.
5. education proof (photocopy of graduation / post graduation marksheet) ...more
Answered by konika chawla, 24 Jul '09 09:22 pm

 
  
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NO. You have to do IRDA Certification only through an Insurance Company. You have to undergo 50 Hours of practical training. If you are interested in getting more details then please visit irda-exam.modelexam.in.
They have provided the details. Also you can attend mock test in their site.
Source: Google
Answered by Srini, 17 Aug '12 11:55 pm

 
  
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Answered by Rajesh S Yalasangi, 07 Feb '10 02:33 pm

 
  
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Yes its possible provided you get a sponsor(an insurance company) through which you can apply by fulfilling the necessary documentations.
Answered by JAIDEEP BHAUMIK, 07 Oct '09 08:12 pm

 
  
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