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National Seminar on General Insurance Held

A national seminar on ‘General Insurance Industry: A Decade of Transition and Road Ahead’, organised in connection with the 36th central general council meeting of the United India Insurance Officers’ Association, was held on Saturday

Published: 17th February 2014 09:53 AM  |   Last Updated: 17th February 2014 09:53 AM   |  A+A-

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A national seminar on ‘General Insurance Industry: A Decade of Transition and Road Ahead’, organised in connection with the 36th central general council meeting of the United India Insurance Officers’ Association, was held on Saturday.

Agriculture Insurance Company of India chairman and MD P J Joseph inaugurated the seminar. 

United India Insurance Company (UIIC) general manager M V V Chalam presided over the seminar.UIIC deputy general manager V Sajan delivered the keynote address on marketing dynamics.Delivering the inaugural address, Joseph urged public sector insurance companies to adapt with changing times by improving customer service.

He  also called for growth with professional approach, instead of wavering, while taking on competition from private insurance companies.TTK Vidal Health general manager Ajitha Menon, UIIC Chennai DGM Vijay Sreenivas, GIC Housing Finance senior vice-president K B Suresh and senior insurance surveyor  Ramanathan presented papers on various topics related to the insurance industry.

The general council meeting of the association will be held on Monday. It will be inaugurated by UIIC CMD Milind Kharat. 

The function will be presided over by association’s national president C A Bhaskaran. General secretary V Mohan Kumar will present the annual report.

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