Minimum Age: 20 years
Maximum Age: 60 years
Age (Maximum) on Maturity: 70 years
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Child Education & Marriage Assurance is a plan for the protection of child’s future. It provides a lump sum benefit for the child at the completion of the policy term. On completion of term of the policy, full sum insured together with the accrued bonuses become payable to the policyholder.
If the policyholder dies (Allah forbid) before completion of the term, a family income benefit of Rs 240 per 1000 sum insured per annum is paid to the child until the completion of policy term. Further, future premiums under the policy are waived and policy remains in force with full sum insured and continues to participate in State Life’s surplus and receive bonuses. Upon the completion of policy term, the child gets two options of either getting the proceeds in a lump sum or in five equal installments.
Child Education & Marriage Plan is suited for the parents who are conscious about the future of their children. The term of the plan is such that the lump sum benefit becomes payable when the child attains a predetermined age of 18, 21 or 25 years. These ages may be selected considering the occasion at which children generally need financial assistance for higher education, marriage, or setting up business. Depending upon your individual needs, the plan is available in two separate versions of with and without built-in family income benefit. In addition to parent, this plan can also be affected by grandparents, uncles, aunts or any other person who is paying for the maintenance of the child.
This policy will acquire a surrender value after it has been inforce for at least two consecutive years provided no premiums are in default. The surrender value will be quoted by State Life on request of the policyholder.
The Life Insurance Business in Pakistan was nationalized during March 1972. Initially Life Insurance business of 32 Insurance Companies was merged and placed under three Beema Units named “A”, “B” and “C” Beema Units. However, later these Beema Units were merged and effective November 1, 1972 the Management of the Life Insurance Business was consolidated and entrusted to the State Life Insurance Corporation of Pakistan.