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Welcome to the Official website of the National Federation of Insurance Field Workers' of India .
National Federation of Insurance Field Workers of India (NFIFWI) is the sole representative organisation of around 21000 Development Officers of Life Insurance Corporation of India (LIC).Formed on 19th January 1957,NFIFWI is non political in nature and is one amongst the few organisations world over which has remained intact and completed 50 years of service as a trade union. Ever since its inception, NFIFWI has been contributing to the qualitative growth of LIC of India and insurance sector in India as a whole and has stood for the welfare of policy holders, agents and development officers.
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Irdaís U-turn on persistency of life insurance policies
 
 
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Wait for Ulip plan from LIC gets longer
 
Irda imposed Rs 5-cr fine on 12 insurers
 
PFRDA proposes up to 25% withdrawal from NPS after 10 years
 
Insurers struggle to get micro-insurance agents
 
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Life insurers grapple with rise in frauds
 
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IRDA may make insurance broking model compulsory for banks
 
Irda backs finance ministry on insurance broking, wants private banks to join
 
New insurance guidelines
 
Demat insurance policies will improve financial system's functioning, says RBI
 
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Irda slaps Rs 35.3 lakh fine on India Infoline Insurance
 
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Wait for Irda member-actuary continues
 
Life insurers bet highly on premium club
 
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IRDA's new norms to benefit policy-holders but hurt agents
 
Insurers may get more time to meet new norms on individual plans
 
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New norms: LIC asks IRDA for deadline extension
 
Shriram Capital may quit race for insurance JV stake
 
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Karvy to tap Group's customer base for insurance repository business
 
Irda okays most plans ahead of October deadline
 
National Pension Scheme funds hit by downturn
 
Now, demat insurance covers under one folio
 
Even top guns fall victim to dubious insurance policies
 
IRDA slaps fine of Rs 3.10 crore on Bajaj Allianz Life
 
Government ups LIC's investment cap to 25% under special circumstances
 
Partial withdrawals may be allowed from National Pension Scheme
 
Irda allows banks to act as insurance brokers
 
Irda asks insurers for guidelines to TPAs for health claims
 
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IRDA eases premium payment mode for policyholders
 
No added charges for ECS payment: Irda
 
Rupee battle: Y V Reddy and D Subbarao were wrong
 
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Circular

Mediclaim Advance
Dated : Wednesday April-02-2014

Car Circular
Dated : Tuesday April-01-2014

Addl. Allowance to Agents
Dated : Tuesday April-01-2014

Reinstatement
Dated : Tuesday April-01-2014

TDS on Outstanding Expenses
Dated : Saturday March-01-2014

Taxation of PHC
Dated : Friday March-28-2014

Advance to Agent
Dated : Thursday March-20-2014

Clarification on GOIB 2007
Dated : Thursday March-27-2014

Rules for Non Medical Business
Dated : Friday February-28-2014

Group Mediclaim Scheme
Dated : Tuesday March-04-2014

Reimbursement of Stationery Expenses
Dated : Monday March-24-2014

Scheme of Advance to Agents
Dated : Thursday March-20-2014

High Cost Medical Treatment
Dated : Tuesday March-04-2014

Group Personal Accident
Dated : Tuesday March-04-2014

Advance Premium Circular
Dated : Friday March-21-2014

Seating Arrangements
Dated : Tuesday March-18-2014

Tax portion of perquisites - Health Check up
Dated : Friday January-17-2014

Nomination of LIC Employees for Election Duty
Dated : Wednesday January-15-2014

Service Tax for Group Insurance Scheme
Dated : Friday January-10-2014

Modifications for accepting loan interest/repayment in cash
Dated : Monday January-20-2014

Dispensing with submission of Proof of Identity for SB claims
Dated : Monday January-20-2014

Introduction of LIC's Amulya Jeevan II T.823
Dated : Friday January-31-2014

Introduction of LIC's Anmol Jeevan II T.822
Dated : Friday January-31-2014

Modification of LIC's New Jeevan Nidhi T.818
Dated : Friday January-24-2014

Conducting Unit Meetings from 15.01.14 to 28.02.14
Dated : Monday January-20-2014

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