You can find the fund value of policy or individual mutual funds on their respective company websites. It is called NAV (net asset vaue) and generally updated once in a day.
If you have an online account with the fund organization, you can see NAV on logging to your account.
You can also get such information on general finance websites such as Yahoo, value research, myiris etc. In most cases, if you google by fund name, the first result description will give you NAV and other information.
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