Urban and rural penetration of insurance sector in india
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18 May Insurance penetration stands continually low in Indian markets in and perennial problem facing the Non-Life insurance industry in India. . by robust distribution channels available in Urban as well as Rural hinterlands.
Description:By G Srinivasan The budget presentation by Finance Minister Arun Jaitley was widely in line with the expectations that he would tackle rural distress head on. On that count, the Budget is indeed the muchneeded fillip for the flagging rural economy, targeting doubling of farmer income by Initiatives such as increasing the minimum support price of all crops to at least 1. Additionally, budgetary allocations towards rural infrastructure, including the building of roads, houses and toilets, apart from further electrification of villages, are steps taken towards bridging the gap between urban and rural India. The approval of the Bharatmala Pariyojana to provide connectivity to interior and backward areas and borders of the country by developing about 35, km of road is positive for the insurance sector, given the opportunity to insure projects worth Rs 5,35, crore.