Very important news for LIC customers, from May 10, will be applicable in the rules of work, these big changes
LIC HOLIDAY New Rule: If you are a customer of Life Insurance Corporation i.e., then it is very important to know this news for you. Actually, LIC will work only 5 days a week, two days will be considered a public holiday.
If you are the customers of Life Insurance Corporation i.e. LIC, then it is very important to know this news for you. Actually, LIC will work only 5 days a week, two days will be considered a public holiday. Now every Saturday will leave the employees of LIC.
LIC office will open only 5 days
Therefore, after 10 May if you go to LIC’s office, you have taken care that you go between Monday to Friday, because the office will be closed on Saturday and Sunday. Actually, the Central Government has announced that now for LIC, every Saturday will also be considered Public Holiday.
I Will be on holiday on Saturday
According to the new rules of LIC, on May 10, only 5 days will be worked in LIC’s offices. Now every Saturday will leave employees, which was only on Sunday. But now employees will get 2-day Weekly off in the week.
Changes in LIC’s Holiday Rules
About this change in LIC’s Working Days, LIC has notified people by advertising in newspapers. According to the new rules, LIC’s office will be open from Monday to Friday after 10 May, it will be timing from 10 o’clock to 5:30 pm.
So if you are going to the office of LIC from any work, keep in mind both days and time, otherwise, you will get off the office and return the empty hand. These changes have made this change last month. These changes have done on the basis of powers found under section 25 of the Negotiable Instruments Act 1881.
LIC earns bumper
LIC has earned a bumper of Rs 1.84 lakh crore in the previous financial year, which has earned a record of so far. LIC has strongly strengthened its hold on the market. According to the policy number in March 2021, the share of LIC has been 81.04 percent, which is 74.58 percent in the entire financial year.