Insurance Institute of India has released the hall ticket of the Insurance Regulatory Development Authority of India (IRDA) Exam or LIC Agent Exam on its official website iiiexams.org. Applicants who have registered for the IRDA exam in December 2021 now can check and download their hall tickets online using the URN number and date of birth. The computer-based IRDA prelims exam will be held from December 05 to 13, 2021.
Key details related to the exam date, city, centre, candidate's personal details etc, are printed on the hall ticket. Once the hall ticket is generated, all the applicants have to cross-check the details printed on the hall ticket. In case of any discrepancy, they can reach out to the Institute through helpdesk.
Following the below-given instructions, candidates can download the IRDA exam hall tickets.
Step 1: Visit the website iiiexams.org in an accessible browser
Step 2: Click on download and hall ticket from the drop-down menu
Step 3: Enter URN number and date of birth
Step 4: Click on the Search button
Step 5: Take a printout of the hall ticket for future reference.
In addition to the above instructions, a direct link to generate the IRDA hall ticket is hereby facilitated for the reference of the candidates.
IRDA Prelims online exam will be conducted from December 05 to 13, 2021. All the candidates have to attempt the exam for a duration of 1.5 hours. A total of 4 sections in which each section comprising 40 questions will be there in the examination. The exam will be in two languages i.e Hindi and English except for the English Language section. For every correct response, a +1 mark will be awarded to the candidate. Whereas, there will be a deduction of 1/4 marks for each wrong response.
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According to the schedule, the institute shall likely declare the IRDA result by December 30, 2021. IRDA exam qualified candidates will get a License of Insurance which will be valid for a period of 3 years. Post expiry of that license, that candidate will need to attend a 25-hour physical training course to extend it again up to a similar period