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India First Young India Plan

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IndiaFirst Young India Insurance Plan

IndiaFirst Young India is a unit-linked insurance plan from IndiaFirst Life Insurance Company. The policy pays the sum assured amount to the nominee in case of death of the policy holder. Additionally the nominee also receives a benefit amount which is equal to the sum of all future premiums.


Key Features of IndiaFirst Young India Plan

  • Regular premium ULIP (Unit-linked insurance plan)
  • Choice of 5 investment funds available
  • Additional benefit on death/disability of the insured whereby the company pays the remaining premiums into the plan or to the beneficiary
  • Option to receive the fund value at maturity even if the sum assured has been paid out, in the unfortunate event of the life assured’s demise


Benefits you get from IndiaFirst Young India Plan 

Death Benefit – In case of death of the Life Insured, the nominee would get the Sum Assured amount. In addition to this a benefit amount equal to the sum of all future premium(s) is payable on death or disability due to accident to the life insured.  

Maturity Benefit – On the maturity of the policy, the Fund Value is paid to the policyholder. The policyholder has a choice to receive this amount in instalments over a specified period of time. During this period the fund management and policy administration charges will be applicable.

Income Tax Benefit - The Life Insurance premiums paid up to Rs. 1,50,000 are allowed as a deduction from the taxable income each year under section 80C of Income Tax Act 1961

The policyholder also gets full tax benefits on the maturity amount and the withdrawal amounts under Section 10(10) D, of the Income Tax Act, 1961.


Eligibility conditions and other restrictions in IndiaFirst Young India Plan




Sum Assured (in Rs.)

105% x PPT x Annual Premium


Policy Term (in years)



Premium Payment Term (in years)



Entry Age of Policyholder



Age at Maturity



Minimum premium (in Rs.)

6,000 (Half Yearly)

12,000 (Yearly)


Payment modes

Yearly and Half-Yearly


Additional Benefits

In the event of death of the policyholder or disability due to accident, the beneficiary gets an additional amount equal to the sum of all future premiums. This benefit can be chosen at policy inception itself, to be paid in one of the two ways as follows:

Option I – Paid to the policyholder / nominee immediately on the disability/death of the policyholder. In case of death, the fund value is paid out and policy terminates.

Option II - The Company pays all the future premiums immediately to the plan by creating units under funds as exist on that time. The fund value will be paid at the maturity date. Hence, this benefit ensures that the beneficiary receives the fund value as planned by the life assured, at the end of the plan term. The beneficiary however, does not have any right to exercise any fund related option except receiving the policy money as decided by the policyholder prior to his/her death.

Portability Option - IndiaFirst life gives the customer the option to opt out of the current plan and invest into another unit linked policy of India First Life. This option is available for existing policyholders after completion of five policy years from the date of commencement of the policy. Under this option, the policyholder can transfer policy benefits (surrender, maturity etc.) without any charges, fully to another plan wherein portability option is available.


Additional Features and Benefits of IndiaFirst Young India Plan

Riders – There are no riders available in this policy

Investment Fund Options

There are 5 Investment Funds available

§         Equity 1 Fund

§         Balanced 1 Fund

§         Debt 1 Fund

§         Index Tracker Fund

§         Value Fund

Top-up - Not Applicable

Switching - The minimum amount that you can switch is Rs 5,000. 2 switches are free every month

Partial Withdrawal - Partial withdrawals are allowed only after the policyholder has paid all the premiums for the first five years. The minimum amount that you can withdraw is Rs 5,000 and the maximum is 25% of Fund Value such that the Fund Value after withdrawal does not fall below 110% of the annual premium. 

Premium Redirection - The Premium redirection can be opted from the 2nd policy year. Under premium redirection the policyholder can redirect his/her future investments towards a different fund or set of funds. However, under the premium redirection option the past allocation of premium under the policy does not change.


What happens if?

You stop paying the premium before 5 years - If the policy holder stops paying the premium, the insurance cover will cease and the fund value net of any discontinuance charge will be transferred to the Discontinued Policy Fund. The amount of the discontinued plan will be  refunded only upon the completion of the fifth plan year after deducting discontinuance charges on the date of discontinuance.

You stop paying the premium after 5 years - If the policy holder stops paying the premium after 5 years, then the policy fund amount till the date of discontinuance shall be paid to the policy holder and the policy will terminate immediately.

In case of death of the life insured after the fund value of the policy credited to the discontinuance policy fund, the discontinuance policy fund value as on date of receiving intimation of death will be paid. No benefit will be payable in case of disability of the life insured after the fund value of the policy credited to the discontinued policy fund

You want a loan against your policy- Loan is available under this plan only before the completion of 5 policy years. After 5 years, there is no loan facility under this plan.


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