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[en] We investigate neutrino mass model based on discrete flavor symmetry in type-I+II seesaw framework. The model has imperative predictions for neutrino masses, mixing and CP violation testable in the current and upcoming neutrino oscillation experiments. The important predictions of the model are: normal hierarchy for neutrino masses, a higher octant for atmospheric angle () and near-maximal Dirac-type CP phase ( or ) at 3σ C.L. These predictions are in consonance with the latest global-fit and results from Super-Kamiokande (SK), NOνA and T2K. Also, one of the important feature of the model is the existence of a lower bound on effective Majorana mass, eV (at 3σ) which corresponds to the lower part of the degenerate spectrum and is within the sensitivity reach of the neutrinoless double beta decay (0νββ) experiments.