Features of Plan:
This plan is the most suitable for those who want to
provide regular financial security for their family.
Also suitable for people who need regular and periodical
amount without interruption New jeevan dhara -1 have
been launched with the following benefits:
On the vesting date: the notional cash option
together with reversionary bonuses and final compulsorily
converted into annuity having following options.
- 1. Annuity of life
- 2. Annuity for life with guaranteed period of 5,10,15,20
- 3. Joint life and last survivor annuity to the annuitant
and his/ her spouse under which annuity payable to
the spouse on death of the purchaser will be 50% of
that payable to the annuitant.
- 4. Life annuity with return of purchase price
- 5. Life annuity with annuities increasing at a simple
rate of 3% per annum.
During Deferment: a term rider option will be
available on the death of the policyholder who has opted
for the term assurance rider (provided the policy is
in-force), the term assurance S.A. along with all premiums
(excluding term assumulated at the rate of 5% p.a. compounding
or at such rates as decided by the corporation from
time to time will be paid to the nominee. When the policy
is not in-force, only return of premiums with interest
as stated above will be available. For those not opting
for the term assurance rider, in respect of policies
which are in-force or in a paid up condition, all premiums
accumulated at 5% p.a. compounding or at such rates
as decided, by the corporation from time to time, will
be paid to the nominee. Term rider option will be available
only on the annual premium plan.
Paid up, guaranteed and special surrender value For
annual premium plans: the guaranteed surrender value
will be equal to 90% of all premiums paid excluding
the first year premium, all term assurance premiums
and extra premium (if any). This will be allowed after
two full years have been completed from the date of
commencement. However, the policy can not be surrendered
after the annuity vests.
For single premium plan: the guaranteed surrender
value will be 90% of the single premium paid. Surrender
will be allowed 2 years after the commencement of the
Special surrender value: for annual premium policy
this will be available at least two years after the
date of commencement and during deferment period if
at least two full years' premiums have been paid.
Note: for single premium policies, this will
be available one year after the date of commencement
and during the deferment period.The special surrender
value will be quoted separately. Surrender value will
not be available for the term rider benefit.
Paid up benefit: if after at least two full years premium
are paid in respect of this policy, any subsequent premium
be not duly paid, the policy shall not be wholly void,
but the amount of notional cash option shall be reduced
to such as shall bear same ratio to the original, as
the number of premiums actually paid shall bear to the
total number of premium originally stipulated for in
the policy. The policy so reduced will thereafter be
free from all liabilities for payment of the within
mentioned premiums but shall not be entitled to participate
in future profits. The existing vested bonus addition
will attach to the reduced paid up policy and this will
determine the reduced annuity payable on vesting. The
option of commutation of 25% pension will also be available
on the vesting age. If however the annuity payable is
less then the minimum of Rs.250/- the corporation will
have the right to change the mode of payment of annuity
to yearly, half-yearly or quarterly or to pay a lump
sum subject to deduction of tax if any, at source as
the prevailing taxation rules. In the event of non-payment
of the premiums within the days of grace the life cover
Note: paid up benefit are not available for the
term rider option.
Definition (D.P.): The difference between the date of
commencement of the policy and the vesting date is called
definition period (D.P.)
The age at which the receipt of pension start in an
Annuity plan: These plan provide a pension"
(or mix of a lump sum amount and a pension) to be paid
to the policyholder or his spouse. In the event of death
of both of them during the policy period, a lump sum
amount is provided for the next of kin.
Notional cash option (NCO): On this amount annuity
/ pension is calculated and is given to the policyholder.
Commutation value (CV): The option get 25% of
final NCO + Bonus is called commutation.
Age at entry: Minimum 18 yrs. (LBD) Maximum 65 yrs (LBD)
for T- 147 Maximum 70 yrs. (LBD) For T-148
Vesting age: Minimum 50 yrs (LBD)
Maximum 79 yrs
Deferment period: Minimum 2 yrs
Maximum 35 yrs
Notional cash option (NCO): Minimum Rs.50,000 (for regular
Annual premium: Minimum 2,500
Single premium: Minimum 10,000
Mode of payment: YLY, HLY, QLY, SSS, QLY & single
Grace days for
Premium payment: 30 days for YLY/ HLY/ QLY & 15
days for MLY
Policy loan: N.A.
Revival: Allowed at10.5% interest compounded HLY
Age proof: standard
Minimum pension payment: Rs.250/-
Mode of pension payment: YLY, HLY, QLY, and MLY
Dating back @ 8%: Allowed
Maturity benefit: the notional cash option together
with bonus and FAB, if any will be compulsorily converted
into annuity. The policyholder can commute 25% of the
annuity purchase price and the balance amount will be
converted into annuity. The annuity rates of Jeevan
Akshay-III prevailing at the vesting age will be considered.
Death benefit: on death of the policyholder,
whether the policy is in force or paid up, the premiums
paid under the policy (excluding any extra premium)
will be refunded to the nominee as below.
If the policyholder has opted for the term assurance
rider, then nominee will be paid term assurance S.A
along with all the premiums compounding @ 5% p.a. term
rider is available only on annual premiums.
Example: Mr. Ishant Sharma, aged 35 yrs, opts
for new jeevan suraksha -1 so that he can avail the
pension at the age of 60 years. He invests Rs.10,000/-
annual premium. On maturity, at age of 60 yrs. Mr. Ishant
Sharma will get Rs.1,45,541 as CV (25%). Final NCO +
Bonus is Rs.5,82,165 out of which option commute 25%
CV i.e. 1,45,541 and balance corpus for pension is Rs.4,36,624
which will give monthly pension Rs.1921/- or annual
pension of Rs.25,581.
In case of his death after 10 yrs. Of commencement of
policy his nominee will get premium paid for 10 years
+ compounding interest @ 4% p.a. i. e. 10,000 x 10 +
24,864 (compounding interest IRR @ 4%) = 1,24864/-
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