Jansuraksha scheme is an endeavour by the Government of India to provide financial security to the underprivileged and poor sections of society at affordable rates. Under the Jan Suraksha Scheme, the Government launched 3 plans to cover term insurance, personal accidental death and disability, and pension needs of the customers. Let us take a look at the plans available under the Jansuraksha scheme in India.Read more
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The Government offers the following 3 schemes under the Jan Suraksha Schemes:
This Jan Suraksha Scheme is a term life insurance plan for people with an existing savings bank account.
This plan can only be availed by individuals between 18 and 50 years old.
This Jansuraksha scheme provides a life cover of Rs. 2 Lacs at just Rs. 330 per annum.
The premiums can be paid only through ‘auto-debit’ in one instalment.
This Jan Suraksha scheme needs to be renewed at the end of every year.
This Jansuraksha scheme is a personal accident insurance scheme available for people between the ages of 18 and 70 years.
The plan provides a risk cover of 2 Lacs for accidental death and total disability and 1 Lacs cover for partial disability.
The premiums for this Jan Suraksha Scheme are just Rs. 12, payable annually.
The premiums will be deducted from the policyholder’s savings account through ‘auto-debit’ feature
This Jansuraksha scheme needs to be renewed annually.
This Jan Suraksha scheme pension plan is available for Indian citizens who are between the ages of 18 - 40 years.
The policyholder should have a savings bank account or post office savings bank account.
This Jansuraksha scheme plan offers a guaranteed minimum pension of 1000, 2000, 3000, 4000, or 5000 per month from the age of 60 years, depending on the contributions made by the policyholder.
The premium contributions can be made on a monthly, quarterly, or half-yearly basis via an ‘auto-debit’ facility.
In case of the policyholder’s death, the accumulated pension will be paid to the spouse. In case of death of both (policyholder and spouse), the pension amount will be paid to the nominee.
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