Indian Cultural Centre (ICC), an apex body under the Indian embassy and the cultural entity of the Indian community, is opening a helpdesk for the Indian Community Benevolent Forum (ICBF)’s Life Insurance Scheme at its premises.
The new helpdesk would be inaugurated today by Indian ambassador Dr Deepak Mittal at 7pm through an online Zoom meeting (ID: 811 6481 5510; Passcode: 222255).
The helpdesk will be fully operational from tomorrow and managed by the ICC.
The ICBF Life Insurance Scheme is aimed at middle class and low income Indian expatriates, and has been well-received by the community.
Any Indian expatriate in Qatar can join the scheme, which has a coverage of QR100,000 for two years’ at a premium of QR125.
The scheme covers permanent or partial disability up to the maximum covered amount, depending on the severity of the disability.
The ICBF intends to ensure maximum participation from Indian community for the insurance programme.
Many Indian companies and associations have conducted campaigns to get their staff and members enrolled in the programme.
Until now, enrolment was co-ordinated through the ICBF office located at the Integrated Indian Community Centre in Thumama.
In order to expand the reach of this scheme, the ICBF is extending the helpdesk to the ICC premises on Al Madeed Street, Doha with support of the ICC management team.
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