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Chapter 1: Introduction to Insurance
1.2 How Insurance Works
1.3.1 Can Insurance insure all kinds of risks?
1.3.2 Underwriting:
1.4 Insurance Act, 1938
1.5 Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority (IRDA)
1.5.1 Duties, Powers and Functions of IRDA
1.6 Insurance Advertisements and Disclosure Regulations, 2000
1.7 Protection of Policy holders Interest Regulations, 2002
1.7.1 Matters to be stated in life insurance policy
1.7.2 Matters to be stated in general insurance policy
1.7.3 Claims procedure in respect of a life insurance policy
1.7.4 Claim procedure in respect of a general insurance policy
1.7.5 Policyholders’ Servicing
1.8 Third Party Administrators (TPA) - Health Insurance
1.8.1 Code of conduct for TPA
Chapter 2 : Fundamentals of Risk Management
2.1.1 Subjective Risk and Acceptable Risk
2.2 Classification of Risks
2.3 Definition of Risk Management
2.4.1 Risk Identification
2.4.2 Risk measurement / evaluation
2.4.3 Risk Avoidance
2.4.4 Risk Transfer
2.4.5 Risk Financing
2.4.6 Risk Retention
2.4.7 Construction of a plan
2.4.8 Implementation of a plan
2.4.9 Monitoring the Plan
3.1 Introduction
3.2 Contract Terminology
3.3 Elements of a Valid Contract
3.3.1 Offer and Acceptance
3.3.2 Consideration
3.3.3 Capacity
3.3.4 Legal Purpose
3.4 Distinguishing Characteristics of Insurance Contracts
1. Principle of indemnity
3.4.1 Principle of indemnity
3.4.2 Insurable Interest
3.4.3 Subrogation
3.4.4 Utmost good faith (Uberrimae Fidei)
3.4.5 Aleatory contract
3.4.6 Contract of adhesion
3.4.7 Unilateral contract
3.5 Common clauses and sections in a insurance contract :
Chapter 4: General Insurance
4.3 Types of Property Insurance :
4.3.1 Fire Insurance
4.3.2 Various types of Engineering Insurance
4.3.3 Contractors All Risk Insurance
4.3.4 Marine Cargo Insurance
4.3.5 Features of motor insurance
4.3.6 Burglary Insurance
4.3.7 Money Insurance
Chapter 5: Personal and Liability Insurance
5.1 Personal Insurance
5.2 Mediclaim Policies
5.2.1 Individual Mediclaim
5.2.2 Exclusions
5.2.3 Age Limit
5.2.4 Policy conditions :
5.3 Group Mediclaim policy
5.3.1 Bonus/Malus
5.3.2 Maternity Extension
5.4 Personal Accident Insurance (PA)
5.4.1 Coverage
5.4.2 Definition of some of the terms used in PA policy
5.4.3 Types of coverage :
5.4.4 Exclusions under PA policy
5.4.5 Policy conditions
5.5 Liability Insurance
5.6 Employers Liability Insurance
5.6.1 Coverage under the policy
5.6.2 Exclusions
5.7 Public Liability Insurance
5.7.1 Compulsory Public Liability (Act Policy)
5.7.2 Policy Exclusions:
5.7.3 Conditions
5.8 Professional Indemnity Insurance
5.8.1 Coverage
5.9 Product Liability Insurance :
5.9.1 Exclusions
5.9.2 Conditions
Chapter 6: Financial Planning and Life Insurance
6.1 Financial Planning
6.1.1 Emergency funding:
6.1.2 Education Fund:
6.1.3 Unemployment :
6.1.4 Premature Death :
6.1.5 Property loss :
6.1.6 Retirement Planning :
6.2 Ratios as a tool for financial analysis
6.3 Definition of Life Insurance
6.4 Law of large numbers
6.5 Factors affecting rating under Life insurance
6.6 Principles of Insurance and Life Insurance
6.6.1 Utmost good faith :
6.6.2 Insurable Interest:
6.6.3 Indemnity
6.6.4 Subrogation
6.6.5 Contribution
Chapter 7: Types of Life Insurance Policies
7.1 Term Insurance :
7.2 Types of Term Life Insurance
7.2.1 Yearly renewable term insurance :
7.2.2 Level term life insurance :
7.5 Children’s policies
7.6 Annuities
7.6.1 Types of Annuity
7.6.2 Method of Premium payment
7.7 Group Insurance
7.7.1 Types of groups
7.7.2 Experience Rating :
7.8 Industrial Life Assurance
7.9 Life insurance premium and tax benefits
Chapter 8: Insurance Intermediaries
8.1 Introduction
8.2 Individual agent :
8.2.1 Corporate agent :
8.2.2 Code of Conduct
8.3 Broking regulations
8.3.1 Functions of a direct broker :
8.3.2 Functions of a re-insurance broker:
8.3.3 Functions of composite broker:
8.8.4 Procedure for licensing
8.3.5 Validity of licence
8.4.6 Renewal of licence
8.3.7 Remuneration
8.3.8 Professional indemnity insurance —
8.4 Indian Insurance Market
8.4.1 Life Insurance
8.4.2 Nationalisation of Life insurance in India
8.4.3 Privatisation Of Life insurance in India
8.4.4 Life Insurance Players
8.4.5 Non-Life Insurance
8.4.6 Nationalisation of general insurance In India
8.4.7 Privitisation of Non-Life Insurance :
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