Right To Information Act
The Government of India has enacted the ‘Right to Information Act 2005”. In order to promote transparency and accountability in the working of any Public Authority, the Act provides right to citizens to secure access to information of general nature. The Public Sector Insurance Companies are “Public Authorities” for the purpose of this Act.

Information Available Under The Act
The right to information includes an access to the information, which is held by or under the control of the Public Authority and includes the right to inspect the work, document, records, taking notes, extracts or certified copies of documents / records and certified samples of the materials and obtaining information which is also stored in electronic form.

The Information Exempted From Disclosure
The Act provides under Sections 8 and 9, certain categories of information that are exempt from disclosure to the citizens. The public may also refer to the relative sections of the Act before submitting a request for information.

How To Get The Information
Any citizen can request for information by sending the application with the required fee in the prescribed manner. The application is to be submitted to our Branch / Divisional / Regional Offices, which will be forwarded to the respective Public Information Officers. The information would be made available within 30 days from the date of receipt of request, provided the information can be furnished as per the Act.

Guidelines for filing of an RTI application under the  RTI Act, 2005

1) The applicant has to declare that he/she is a Citizen of India and provide complete address of communication.
2) The applicant should seek the information required under RTI in clear, legible hand written or printed form.
3) The Subject of the RTI application should mention ‘Information sought under RTI Act, 2005.’
4) As per sub-section (1) of Section 6, RTI fees of Rs.10/- has to be enclosed along with the application by way of demand draft, Indian Postal Order, Bankers cheque favouring United India Insurance Co. Ltd - payable at the place where the application is to be submitted. (No fee is payable for BPL families. A copy of the attested BPL certificate has to be attached along with the application).
5) As per sub-section (4) of section 4 and sub-sections (1) and (5) and Section 7 of the Act  the following additional fees shall be charged for providing information -
(a) rupees two for each page in A-3 or smaller size paper (b) actual cost of price of a photocopy in large size paper, (c) actual cost of price for samples or models, (d) rupees fifty per diskette or floppy, (e) price fixed for a publication or rupees two per page of photocopy for extracts from the publication.
- No fee for inspection of records for the first hour of inspection and a fee of rupees five for each subsequent hour of fraction thereof: and so much of postal charge involved in supply of information that exceeds fifty rupees.
6) The application duly signed in individual capacity has to be sent to the Central Public Information Officer (CPIO) / Assistant central Public Information Officer (ACPIO) concerned. Names of the CPIO along with the address are available under the head ‘List of Information officers’ in the RTI page ( http://www.uiic.co.in/rti-2005).
7) To facilitate speedy disposal of applications Region wise mapping of Central Public Information Officers and First Appellate Authorities has been done. Please refer to our RTI web link -  http://www.uiic.co.in/rti-2005 for the details of CPIO to whom the application has to be sent.
8) The CPIO of Head office is Smt. R. Meena/ E-mail id is meenaramaswamy@uiic.co.in and RTI departments phone no.s are 28575459,391,355. For list of CPIOs at Regional offices please refer to para (6).
9) The applicant  can file a First Appeal under Sec. 19 of the RTI Act with the First Appellate Authority within 30 days from the receipt of response from the CPIO for non receipt of decision by the CPIO or is aggreived by the decision of the CPIO.  
10) The First Appellate Authority of Head office is Shri Y K Shimray   / E-mail id is ykshimray@uiic.co.in For list of  FAA of R.O.s please refer to para (6).
11) The appellant  can file a Second Appeal under Sec. 19(3) of the RTI Act with the CIC at Room No.296, II Floor, B Wing, August Kranti Bhawan, Bhikaji Cama Place, New Delhi-110066 within 90 days if the Appellate Authority fails to pass an order on the appeal within the prescribed period or if the appellant is not satisfied with the order of the First Appellate Authority.
12) As per the provisions of the RTI Act no RTI application/appeal will be entertained through e-mail. A hard copy of the application/appeal has to be sent to the CPIO/FAA concerned for processing the same.

S.No Title View
1 Particulars Of Organisation Functions And Duties More Info
2 Power And Duties Of Officers And Employees More Info
3 Procedure Followed In The Decision Making Process Including Channels Of Supervision And Accountability More Info
4 The Norms Set By It For The Discharge Of Its Functions More Info
5 The Rules Regulations Instructions Manuals And Records Held By It Or Under Its Control Or Used By Its Employees For Discharging Its Functions More Info
6 A Statement Of The Categories Of Documents That Are Held By It Or Under Its Control Documents That Are Held By The Company Or Under Its Control More Info
7 The Particulars Of Any Arrangement That Exists For Consultation With Or Representation By The Members Of The Public In Relation To The Formulation Of Its Policy Or Implementation Thereof More Info
8 Statement On The Board & Sub-Committees Of The Board More Info
9 Directory Of Key Officers And Employees More Info
10 Statement Of Monthly Remuneration Of Officers And Employees Including System Of Compensation More Info
11 Budget Allocation & Expenditure More Info
12 Manner Of Execution Of Subsidy Programmes Including The Amounts Allocated And The Details Of Beneficieries Of Such Programmes More Info
13 Particulars Of Receipents Of Concessions Permits Or Authorisations Granted By It More Info
14 Details Of Information Available Or Held In Electronic Form More Info
15 Particulars Of Facilities Available To Citizens For Obtaining Information More Info
16 Details of CENTRAL PUBLIC INFORMATION OFFICERS AND APPELLATE AUTHORITY of United India Insurance Company Limited More Info

Dear customer,

Insurance Regulatory & Development Authority has announced that the non-life insurers would be free to price their products, except for Motor Third Party Premium risks. That means that the non-life Industry in India would not have any rates under Tariff as, with this announcements, segments of Fire, Motor OD,Engineering & Workmen Compensation has also been detariffed. The wordings, clause and conditions that would apply for the Segments of Insurance of Fire, Engineering, Workmen Compensation, Motor would continue for the Industry and all the insurers would be using them. At United India, we have carried out extensive exercise on coming out with the best rates for our customers in the recently detariffed segments of fire, Engineering, OD portion of Motor and Workmen Compensation. Our Customers would get the price that would be commensurate to the risk profile of the asset to be insured. We have built in attractive rates for those risks, which have better safety features and has better loss experience. Therefore, the customers of United India would be assured of the best terms and conditions that the Industry can offer. For details, please do get in touch with our nearest office. You would not have any problems in finding our offices as we have more than 1300 offices spread across the country. We at United India Insurance, wish our customers a very prosperous 2008. United India Insurance 02/01/2008