Bharti AXA Life
Smart Bima

A One Year Renewable Group Term Insurance Plan

(UIN: 130N067V01)(ADVT No. II-Jul-2021-3025)
A One Year Renewable Group Term Insurance Plan

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Why Choose Bharti AXA Life Smart Bima?

A comprehensive and flexible group term life insurance plan that includes a death benefit as well as the option of paying premiums in monthly instalments or as annual premiums.

  • Small Premium Amount
    Life Insurance coverage at a small premium amount.
  • Premium Payment Options
    Option of paying premium as annual premium or in monthly instalments.
  • Hassle Free Process
    Ease of buying as members do not need to undergo any medical examination and only need to give a declaration of good health.
  • Range of Sum Assured
    Choose Sum Assured from ₹ 5,000 up to ₹ 5,00,000 as per the group's requirement
  • Tax Benefits
    You can enjoy Tax benefits on the Premiums paid and pay-out benefits received. The Tax benefits fall under Income Tax Act, 1961. They are subject to change as per changes in tax laws from time to time.

Key Benefits


Hassle Free Insurance Coverage

Flexible Premium Payment Options

Tax Benefits**

How Does the Plan Work?


Types of groups eligible for insurance under this plan :


Non-Employer - Employee groups where a clearly evident relationship between member & group Policyholder for services other than insurance exist. In case of lender-borrower groups, the life cover under the product will not be linked to the loan disbursed to the member


Minimum Entry Age

18 Years

Maximum Entry Age

50 Years

Maximum Maturity Age

55 Years

Minimum Sum Assured

₹ 5,000

Maximum Sum Assured

₹ 5,00,000


(No new lives beyond 50 years age last birthday will be added to the group. However, Life Insured/Lives Insured aged above 50 years will be allowed to renew their policies till the age of 55 years (age last birthday)).


A new member can join the group at any point during the coverage term subject to the group policy being inforce, eligibility criteria as defined above, and underwriting requirements as prescribed by the Company from time to time.

What Do You Gain from the Plan?

Death Benefit

In the event of death of the Life Insured, provided the cover is in force, the sum assured for such Life Insured shall be payable to the nominee/beneficiary. Any unpaid premiums during the term of the Policy shall be deducted from the Sum Assured.


Each Life Insured will be entitled to single claim under the Policy.


In case due premiums have been collected from individual members but have not been remitted to the Insurer, before expiry of the grace period, and in such an event if death claim arises, the responsibility to pay the Death Benefit as per the Coverage Schedule rests with the Insurer.


Suicide Exclusion : In case of death due to suicide within 12 months from the date of commencement of risk under the policy or from the date of revival of the policy, as applicable, the nominee or beneficiary of the policyholder shall be entitled to at least 80% of the total premiums paid till the date of death or the surrender value available as on the date of death whichever is higher, provided the policy is in force.


Surrender Benefit

In case of surrender of the Policy, no benefit is payable.

Tax Benefits

You may be eligible for the tax benefits on the premiums paid along with the benefits received, subject to the prevailing provisions. The tax benefits are subject to change as per the change in tax laws from time to time.

Insurance Jargon Explained

Death Benefit

The payment made to a beneficiary upon the death of the insured person.

-- Whenever an unfortunate event happens, there is both emotional as well as financial loss. An insurance company helps you replace the financial/monetary loss through the Death Benefit, which helps maintain your family’s financial stability. This benefit includes both a guaranteed sum of money called as Sum Assured on Death and also the Accrued Bonuses, if applicable.

Group Insurance

Insurance covering a number of people under a single policy, issued to their employer with whom they are working.


The payment, or one of the regular periodic payments, that a policyholder makes to an insurer in exchange for the insurer's obligation to pay benefits upon the occurrence of the contractually-specified contingency (e.g., death).


Surrender of a policy happens if the Policyholder voluntarily decides to pre-close the policy before the date of maturity. In this case he will receive a Surrender Value, which is decided on the basis of number of premiums paid and is lower than Maturity Value in most cases, and the policy will be terminated.

**Tax benefits are in accordance to current tax laws that are subject to change from time to time.