List of LIC Term Insurance Plans. LIC Term Insurance Plan is the most basic LIC (Life Insurance Corporation of India) policy. It is the simplest form of insurance plan offered by the life insurance Corporation. Lic customer care numbers to know lic policy status, loan amount, revival amount, transaction status, pending dues.
If you are unable to find the allotted units, you can register on LIC Website. Once you have your account registered, you can enroll all your policy in your account to have a glance of all your policy at one place.
To Enroll, you must have all your policy details handy. As you know NAV may go up or may go down as per market condition. Your Branch will be able to tell you the exact value of your policy.
Please contact your nearest LIC Branch. Your agent has all the information of your policy, consider contacting them. If you are looking for Traditional Policy status , you can check it here.
I want to see my policy status how much amount in my policy. I want to see my policy status how mutch amount in my policy. I want to see my policy. I have been checking the cash value of my policy. At that point of time I want to quit the policy then how to do that.
Is it possible to quit lock is alarmed to when I need to lock the policy. My profit plus paln policy for the sum assured of with premium paying term of 5 years is maturing on september Market Plus 1, Plan No.
Thank you Dipankar Das. My first Policy Name: My second Policy Name: Please tell me my policy value of today. My p no is Pls send details my mail ID skumarsunil gmail. As of today Bond fund is having high NAV values. Can i switch from Growth Fund to Bond Fund and then surrender the policy just after switching?.
I have an amount of Rs. How do i go about doing it. Please send reply by email. It is time to rethink all of us. The agents are cultivated by the Government who are actually sharks and are willing to suck your money after you pay them the premium. I have invested in Table , Policy No fr a sum of Rs 5 Lakhs and the entire amount is paid.
But till date i do npt know the units allotted to me. LIC Portaals are confusing and useless. Agents do not help you but keep asking you to make more policies. LIC offices through out Kolkata is a chaos, no different then other Govt offices. Babus behavious are like IAS officers till you are not opening a new policy. They forget, its our Money invested.
Unfortunately this will not change for next years if the officers and clerks attitude do not change. My bitter experience with ULIP policies, where in agents give such a rosy picture about the product, i lost a huge sum,feel being cheated.
I want to know the fund value of my policy. Its no is And also I want to know how to surrender my policy. I want to know the fund value of my policy And also I want to know that the procedure of the surrender my policy. I have two welth plus policy. Please send me fund value of my both policies. And I want to surrender my policy. Ihave a lic policy TT I have diposited Rs continus. That's all we do. I'm having trouble landing my first flying job, any suggestions?
We hear this a lot. Securing that first flying job can be a challenge. For example, do your documents effectively market you in our unique industry? Also do you contact Chief Pilots prior to your visits with a professional yet brief cover letter? If not, we highly recommend it. Another suggestion… target a select number of local companies and try to establish a professional rapport with them.
Also a Ramp Position or Fueling Job is an excellent way to get known and solidify a good reputation in the industry. A common mistake of new pilots entering the industry is mailing and emailing out hundreds of documents and companies all over the world and then expecting some companies to call you without ever meeting you in person. You need to go on a local road trip and meet some people — in other words follow up your mailed resumes with a personal visit.
Lastly, if you have a job-lead, a connection or a unique opportunity, make the best of it. And if a prospective employer hints that they may be hiring pilots soon, it is worth your while to pay them a personal visit.
Then make it known that you are interested, if required, in working in a non-flying capacity until a position becomes available. I have been recently hired by one airline and have been called for an interview with another, what should I do? A tough decision, but one that we cannot make for you — definitely a personal decision. Having said that, we encourage our clients to go with the sure thing — the actual job offer.
If someone offers you a job that you interviewed for, take the opportunity and make the best of it. If for some reason you are unsuccessful at the second interview, you will still have a good job. So take the initial job and then attend the subsequent interview if you so desire. If you are lucky enough to receive a second job offer, you now have options. By saying "no" to the company that offered you the initial job, and then failing with the second company or being delayed or held in a 'pool', you end up without an airline job and very few options.
No luck yet in my job search, do you think I should get my Instructor Rating? A Flight Instructor position is an excellent job. Especially later on in your career at Airline Interviews, this experience is looked upon positively. Many current airline pilots started out in flight instructing roles.
We recommend that if you are going to go with the instructor route to get to the airlines, it is beneficial to work at a flight school that provides Multi-Engine IFR Instrument Training. This is not a scam. This is not a drill. There is a massive Global Pilot Shortage. The Aviation Industry is currently experiencing significant growth all over the world.
At the same time major airlines are facing unprecedented levels of attrition due to retirements. US Airlines are hiring hundreds of pilots from the regionals every month. The US Regionals are offering signing bonuses for pilots who join their ranks. India's Aviation Industry is setting records every month.
Canada's Aviation Industry continues with steady growth. Middle Eastern Airlines continue with their own massive growth. Australia and New Zealand are entering a period of continuous pilot hiring. Chinese Airlines are expanding with record aircraft deliveries and expansion. Africa is the next continent to undergo significant corporate aviation and low cost airline growth.
With all of the above combined, today is an incredible time to become a pilot. See our Pilot Shortage and New Pilots sections for more details and insight. Why do you recommend using your pilot resume design service? Our resumes are targeted specifically for Aviation Recruitment Personnel and stand out due to a highly professional look and effective 1-page layout of industry-specific information.
Aviation is a much more unique industry. We recommend that your aviation documents be 1 page in length. Recruitment personnel will not take the time to sift through 3 pages of poorly formatted and ordered information.
Anything not listed on the first page will likely be overlooked. Pilots often complain that it is impossible to include all of their information on one page. Contact the PCC team today for a resume overhaul. It is very important to design and format your resume in a way that will allow recruitment personnel to easily access your relevant qualifications and experience.
The most common word processing software around is MS Word. If an airline receives your resume electronically and cannot open it because it is in a format that is not compatible with their computer system, they probably won't take the time to alert you of it. Avoid the confusion and hassle by using a system that is widely used - MS Word. At PCC we use MS Word to design and edit documents and then convert them to pdf format for ease of printing and maintaining a specific format.
The use of the Internet by airlines to accept applications online is increasing every single day. The reason is that the Recruitment Personnel often quickly received documents onto their computer's 'Desktop', to be opened and reviewed later.
If your resume is titled Resume or Pilot CV, it may be lost in the mix, and a challenge to search for. We recommend always having a few copies on hand. Aviation is a unique, small industry, and it is amazing how many jobs are found away from the airport. You never know when or where you will get an unexpected opportunity.
In this day and age, you should have a current copy of your documents at the ready on your smart phone. This way you can quickly email, air-drop, or even whatsapp them to help with a job-lead. This way you can also quickly and efficiently provide your job-leads with a link to your documents. In regard to posting it on the internet Others will charge pilots a monthly or yearly fee — this is your perogative.
Normally though, you will need to apply and go and find the open pilot positions yourself. Try and hook up with senior pilots at barbeques and social outings. You only get one chance to make an excellent first impression. We believe it is important to use a high quality bond paper that is conservative in color and business-like. Spend the extra couple of dollars to print your information out on this material. You want to create and maintain an image of professionalism when applying for a position.
A bright color with designs does not create that image. Nor does a resume printed out on standard printer paper. What kind of paper should I use for my cover letters? Use the same color, style, and quality of paper for both your cover letters and resumes. See the last question and our suggestions. Attention to detail, and establishing a professional image come to mind. Do you have any suggestions regarding cover letters?
Cover letters should be concise and to the point. Most importantly however, cover letters should, whenever possible, be directed to the proper Recruitment Personnel. Generic cover letters should not be used. Try to find out the correct recruitment contact for the airline or charter operator you are applying to — and be sure to use the correct spelling and correct title for this person or persons.
This information and the proper spellings is contained within our Air Carrier Profiles. Be sure to use this free yet extensive database. A misdirected or incorrectly spelled title or name may cost you an opportunity. They send out a very generic cover letter addressed to a title Attention: Chief Pilot as opposed to a specific individual.
The contact information for applying at specific airlines and charter companies is available for free in the Air Carrier Profiles section of our website. Pilots always have their address on their resume but hardly ever their email address for some reason. Be sure to separate these two from your street address - that way this essential information will be easier to locate.
It is important to apply to these carriers when they are in need of a pilot. If you can get any inside information regarding pilots moving on, or a spring hiring season, maybe a planned expansion, …use it to your advantage. Most importantly, follow your resume into their offices with a personal visit. If someone helps you out by taking you in to personally meet the Chief Pilot, that is fantastic.
If not, make a note on your cover letter of 'the day and time you plan to arrive at their hangar, and that you understand they are most likely too busy to see you, however you are hoping to get lucky and that they will be able to spare 5 minutes to talk to you'. When you arrive, hopefully they will be expecting you. Should I go back to school and finish my University Degree? However, considering the current job market and the impending retirements at the top of the industry, it may be more beneficial to secure a job ramp position, instructing, right seat etc.
Word hard and establish a professional reputation somewhere and start logging time if and when possible.
They will however have a minimum requirement with respect to flight hours. With this in mind, the four years you spend getting your degree could have been used to log valuable flying time that would qualify you for an Airline Interview. On the other side of the coin, many American major airlines still have a University Degree requirement.
I have an interview for a ramp position, but really want to fly! Making the most of this Ramp Opportunity may be the best and perhaps the only chance you'll have to break into the industry. Securing this job with a good attitude will allow you to work hard, gain some experience, and develop a solid, professional reputation.
Now your boss can recommend you as a good worker to his pilot friends. He may be an operator himself, and might like to see a person's work ethic prior to letting them fly one of his one million dollar plus machines. Get into the industry. Once you're in, you're in. A non-flying ramp position is an excellent opportunity for pilots entering the industry. In fact, many our successful Airline Interview Prep clients have had ramp positions listed as their first jobs on their resumes.
This actually scores them points for having 'paid their dues' through good, honest work at the start of their careers. An additional benefit is while working the ramp, you often have a unique opportunity to meet many aviation people, which could pay off in the future. Many pilots enter the industry as fuelers at remote airports and airstrips.
And over time, tend to meet many Senior Pilots and Chief Pilots for companies they hope to work for. I have interviewed with some of the charter operators and haven't had any success; what do you recommend?
You should consider using our Charter Interview Prep service. Our Professional Instructors will give you the tools you need to be successful in this competitive job market. Not only are the charter carriers covered, insight is provided into Airline Recruiting as well. Small Charter Interview Prep. Airline Hiring Requirements are constantly evolving and are often based on pilot supply and hiring demand. With that in mind, it is important to apply to the airlines early on in your career.
From there, continue to apply on a somewhat regular basis; either every six months or every 12 months. You will not be called for an interview for some time, but in the meantime you will be establishing a track record with the airline.
Once you have the minimum requirements, you will likely get an opportunity due to your perseverance. More importantly, the airlines want to hire pilots who truly want to fly for them. Proving a high desire to fly for that particular company is a key part of the personal interview. What better way to get this across than discussing your lengthy and consistent application history? Apply today and score points tomorrow — for more information, see our Air Carrier Profiles section.
In addition, you will gain more insight on how to apply, their address, phone numbers, emails, online applications, etc.. Our Search Pilot Jobs and Air Carrier Profiles sections are incredible resources for pilots applying to local and international companies.
All of this information is accessible 24 hours a day. It is important to establish an application history with the airlines — if and whenever possible. Many of the larger airlines have computerized Application Tracking Systems. With that in mind, it is important to start applying at an early stage and to continue to do so right up until the day you are hired.
You should send in an update once every six or twelve months. Or whenever you have a significant change in your qualifications. It is possible, however, to apply too often. We recommend that you not apply more than three times within a twelve-month period.
Keep an organized file or a binder full of your application history with each airline or company. It will keep you organized and enable you to apply at consistent intervals.
It will also provide you a basis for follow up phone calls. This may help get your file or application to the top of the list. Never depend on this method — ensure you mail in your resume as well. Any suggestions in regard to filling out application forms? The first thing we recommend is to photocopy or print out the online application form.
Now you can use the copies to complete a practice application form. Once satisfied, fill in the real one - be as neat as possible if filling it out manually. If your application is neat, then not only will they will be able to read it, but they may believe your future paperwork as an employee will be that neat as well. Some international carriers such as Cathay Pacific ask for a passport size photograph. Do not use your extra passport photos from six months ago.
In this case — go and iron your best white shirt, look the best you can, perfectly tie your dark tie, and get a great photo done. Dress and look like a Professional Pilot. If you're not happy with the photo, go back and spend another 8 dollars until you're happy. We recommend that you always use a brief cover letter when corresponding with the airlines. It allows the recruitment personnel the opportunity to both place them together in your file, and also get a more personalized feel for your experience level and qualifications.
I am concerned that I may be too old to apply at 35? A common misconception is that the airlines only want to hire young pilots. The corporate belief used to be that the more years an airline could get out of a pilot the better. Things have changed; now airlines around the world want to avoid the massive retirement levels they are experiencing today all at once and over the next ten years.
How can they do that? By hiring pilots of various ages. It is extremely important to apply to a number of airlines. If you limit yourself to just one company, you may not get an interview, or even worse, they may elect to not hire you after interviewing with them.
The PCC Team recommends applying to and interviewing with more than one airline. If you receive an offer of employment you can always turn it down. The interview experience gained at each and every interview is invaluable. We often have people come to us looking for help after being turned down from their dream airline. These same people often have not applied to any other companies. Working conditions and contracts across our airline industry have improved a great deal in the last few years.
We have heard this question a lot. Does it effectively marketing you? How about your application history… have you been applying on a consistent basis? Do you meet their minimum qualifications? Is the airline currently recruiting? If you answered 'Yes' to all of these questions you are very likely close to obtaining an interview. It may be worth contacting the PCC Team for some tips and unbiased feedback on your situation.
The airline will tell you what they expect you to bring to the interview. If they do not provide this information, it is probably an oversight— call or email them to verify what you need. How is your logbook? Is it very neat, professional, up-to-date, and certified?
Many clients of ours have gone back and completely re-done their logbooks prior to their interviews. One note of caution; you must get all of your times certified all over again if you re-do the entire logbook. Remember that a neat and professional logbook will indicate that your paperwork at the airline will be of the same high standard - points scored!
In the remarks section of each entry in your logbook, ensure there is nothing written that might work against you. If you've failed some rides and want to write something there, simply use the word 'Training' or something neutral. A lot of pilots simply write in the airports they fly from and to in the remarks area. Others include unique info on that particular flight - ie.
O forse lo ha fatto con sospetto e malafede.
And a lot more than that actually.