Complete Guidelines for Central Government Pensioners 7th CPC Recommendations on Pension and Family Pension and Enhanced Family Pension PENSION : 5.1. Subject to para 5.2, there shall be no change in the provisions regulating the amount of pension as contained in Rule 49 of the CCS(Pension) Rules. 5.2 The amount of pension shall be subject […]
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Guidelines for Pensioners: Non-Resident Indian (NRI) Pensioners Non-Resident Indian (NRI) Pensioners The NRI Pensioners should open an ordinary non resident bank account in any scheduled bank in India and execute a power of attorney in favour of the bank as required. They should also submit life certificate and nationality certificate as prescribed to enable the […]
Guidelines for Pensioners: Arrear of Pension Arrear of Pension If the pension is not drawn for more than a year, for any reason, it becomes time-barred and would require the sanction of the competent authority. The arrear claim should be submitted in the prescribed form to your PDA with explanation for delay, non-reemployment and non-conviction […]
Guidelines for Pensioners: Missing Pensioner Missing Pensioner If a pensioner is found missing, his family should lodge an F.I.R. with the police authorities. If the pensioner is not traced after one year, a certificate should be obtained from the police authorities to this effect, and the matter should be reported to PDA, along with the […]
Guidelines for Pensioners: Submission of Periodic Certificates Submission of Periodic Certificates Submit periodic certificates regarding re-employment/employment, remarriage/marriage to your PDA on due dates in order to regulate your pension correctly.
Guidelines for Pensioners: Receipt of Two Pensions Receipt of Two Pensions If you are in receipt of more than one pension, you should furnish full details to your PDA for revision of both the pensions and regulating dearness relief thereon.
Guidelines for Pensioners: Court Attachment Court Attachment Pension, whether due or to become due, is free from attachment from any court until it has actually been paid as per the Pension Act. No pensioner can assign or sell any interest in respect of the pension not then due.
Guidelines for Pensioners: Payment of pension through Authorised Banks Payment of pension through Authorised Banks In case of re-employment in any Central or State Government /autonomous bodies/Public Sector Undertakings, please submit the full facts of the same to your PDA immediately after its occurrence. In case of non-reemployment, a declaration to this effect should be […]
Guidelines for Pensioners: Changes in the family after discharge from service Changes in the family after discharge from service Post discharge changes in the details of your family arising out of your marriage or children born to you after your retirement should be intimated to your Head of Office with full details and relevant certificates. […]
Guidelines for Pensioners: Post-retirement Conviction/Imprisonment Post-retirement Conviction/Imprisonment If a pensioner is convicted or sentenced to imprisonment by a Court, his pension will be suspended. In the event of conviction/imprisonment by a court of law, full facts of the case should be reported to your PDA/Head of Office.