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					Objectives:

   1)    Insurance benefits become payable to dependant on death
   2)    Insurance benefits are paid either on death or survival till specific term
   3)    Insurance for needs of children such as higher education /marriage
   4)    Insurance benefit should get periodically
   5)    Insurance for benefits of handicapped
   6)    Insurance coverage for housing loan


Rules:

If objective = benefits at the old age or after death
And age =15 to 60
Then whole life with profit – 2

If objective = benefits at the old age or after death
And age = 0
And premium paying term < policy term
Then limited payment whole life – 5

If objective = benefit at desired age
And age = 15 to 55
Then plan no 14 and plan no 13 endowment assurance plan with profit

If objective = benefit at desired age
And age = 18 to 50
And employement = worker or farmer
Then new jana rakshak plan – 91

If objective = benefit at desired age
And age = 18 to 65
And risk cover = till death
Then Jevan ananda plan 149

If objective = benefit at desired age
And age = 18 to 50
And death benefit = double the sum assured
Then triple cover Jevan Mitra plan 33 and 88

If objective = benefit at desired age
And age = 15 to 55
And term = single premium
Then limited payment with profit plan – 48
If objective = benefit after death
And age = 15 to 45
And police term < 2 year
Then assurance plan no 43

If objective = benefit after death
And age = 15 to 45
And convertible to endowment of whole file
Then convertible term assurance plan
Else Anmol jeevan 1


If objective = benefit after death
And age = 15 to 45
Then meney back policy 73 and 93

If objective = joint insurance cover for husband and wife
And age = 20 to 50
Then jeevan sathi plan 89

If objective = benefit for child education/marriage
And age = 18to 60
And benefit at age of 18,20,22
Then komal jeevan


If objective = benefit for child education/marriage
And age = 1to 12
And at desire age of child
Then jeevan kishore plan no 102


If objective = benefit for child education/marriage
And age = 18to 60
And benefit at age of 18,20,22
Then komal jeevan

If objective = benefit for child education/marriage
And benefit at empowerment
Then marriage empowerment plan 90
If objective = benefit at regular interval and return at the end
And age = 18to 60
And benefit at age of 18,20,22
Then komal jeevan

If objective=benefits after death
And terms=single premium
Then Single premium plan no 8

If objective=benefits at old age or after death
And Premium paying terms < policy terms
Then Limited payment whole life

If objective=benefits at old age or after death
Then Whole life with profit plan

If objective=benefits at desired age of life
And terms=single premium
And Premium paying terms< policy terms
Then Limited payment endowment with profit plan

If objective=benefits at desired age
And death benefits=double the sum assured
Then Jeevan mitra plan no. 88

If objective=benefits at desired age
And death benefits=double the sum assured
Then Jeevan mitra triple cover plan no. 133

If objective=benefits at desired age
And risk cover= till death
Then Jeevan anand plan 149

If objective=benefits at desired age
And profit plan=yes
Then endowment with profit plan

If objective=benefits at desired age
Profession=worker or farmer
Then New Janraksha Plan 91


If objective=benefits after death
And policy term < 2 years
Then term assurance plan no 43
If objective=benefits after death
        If policy convertible to endowment or whole life
        Then convertible term assurance plan
        Else Anmol jeevan -1

If objective=benefits for child education/marriage
And benefits for last four years of policy terms
        If age of child< 1 year
        Then Jevvan chayya
        Else Jeevan anurag

If objective=benefits for child education/marriage
And benefits =at age 18,20,22,24 years of child
Then Komal jeevan

If objective=benefits for child education/marriage
And benefits=at desired age of child
Then jeevan kishore plan no. 102

If objective=benefits for child education/marriage
And benefits = at endowment terms
Then Marriage endowment/educational annuity plan no 90

If objective=benefits for child education/marriage
And low premium policy
And risk commencing at age 18 or 21
Then children’s deferred plan 041 and 050

If objective=benefits at regular interval
And returns at the end of each 4th, 5th , 8th and 12th year
        If premium paying terms < policy terms
        Then Jeevan surabhi Plan
        Else Bima gold




If objective=benefits at regular interval
And plan exclusively for women
Then Jeevan bharati


If objective=benefits for handicapped
        If accident benefits=yes
        Then Jeevan Vishwas
       Else
       Jeevan Adhar

If objective=insurance coverage for housing loan
Then mortage redemption plan no 89

If objective=joint insurance cover for husband and wife
Then jeevan Sathi plan 89

If objective =benefits at desired age of life
And Income =high

       If accident benefits =yes and premium paying terms < policy terms
       Then jeevan shree
       Else jeevan pramukh
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