Dopt Minister replied in Parliament regarding Retirement age
At this stage of rumours and speculations are spreading over the country about the reduction of retirement age from 60 to 58 for Central government employees and officers, Central Government replied in Parliament about the increasing the age limit for retirement of Central Govenrment employees.
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Yesterday in Parliament, Dopt Minister Dr.Jitendra Singh said in written reply to question of increasing the retirement age of Central Government employees from 60 to 62 years.
He said, No, there is no proposal to increase the retirement age of Central Government employees from 60 to 62 years.
He also said there is no proposal to fill up the backlog vacancies of SCs, STs and OBCs with general category candidates and around 1.75 lakh employees retire from the central government every year.
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satya prasad praharaj says
Retirement age reduced from 60 to 58 or length of service? Rumor is there 33 years of service or 58 years which ever is earlier. I served in a private company (JKPAPER) from 17.11.92 to 20.06.2006. Then I joined in NALCO ( A central public sector ).& transfered PROVIDENT FUND from private to central public sector . Is my service count from 17.11.1992..
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