To change the nominee for your LIC policy, follow these steps:

1.    Obtain Nomination Change Form: Visit the nearest LIC branch or download the "Nomination Change Form" from the LIC website. The form is usually called "Form 3750" for individual policies and "Form 3756" for group policies.

2.    Fill Out the Form: Complete the Nomination Change Form with the updated nominee details. You will need to provide the new nominee's name, address, date of birth, and relationship with the policyholder.

3.    Policyholder's Signature: Ensure the policyholder (you) signs the form. If the policy is assigned, and the assignee is a different person from the policyholder, their signature might also be required.

4.    Witness Signature: You will need the signature of at least one witness who is not the nominee or the policyholder.

5.    Supporting Documents: Depending on the nominee's relationship with the policyholder (e.g., spouse, children, parents, etc.), you may need to submit supporting documents as proof of the relationship (e.g., marriage certificate, birth certificate, etc.).

6.    Submit the Form: Take the filled-out form and supporting documents to the LIC branch where your policy is registered. Hand it over to the LIC official, and they will guide you through the submission process.

7.    Acknowledgment: After submitting the form, ensure you receive an acknowledgment receipt. This receipt serves as proof that you have requested the nominee change.

It's essential to keep the nominee details up to date to ensure that the insurance proceeds reach the intended person in the event of the policyholder's unfortunate demise. If you're unsure about the process or have any doubts, it's best to consult with the LIC branch or contact their customer service for assistance.

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