I'ma house wife and willing to work in any insurance company as i've a rich family background and a good cirlcle. can i work independently ?

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    Gautam Joshi | Contributor-Level 9

    2011-09-09 12:46:17
    Yes, of course you can work. To enter into insurance sector and work independently a very general mode is entering it as an ADVISOR or AGENT. To be an insurance advisor in any insurance company you'll have to apply for an online test IC-33 and this test is conducted by IRDA i.e. Insurance Regulatory Development Authority. You'll have to pay a nominal fee for it. For registration you'll have to contact the office of any insurance company. The SM or BM or the concerned authorities would guide you for the same. You'll have to appear in an online training program for the same.Get 50% and you'd be qualified. Then further there are promotional crit... view more
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    Bhupesh | Contributor-Level 9

    2011-09-09 12:49:22
    There are Exams You need to Clear to work Independently The exams starts with the licentiate exam followed by Associate and Fellowship Exams .
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    Neeraj Kumar | Guide-Level 12

    2011-09-09 12:46:08
    yes you can work for this you have to qualify IRDA test

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