New Website of National Pension System Trust Launched
New Website of National Pension System Trust Launched; To Provide Proper and Effective Information Dissemination to the Stakeholders and Provide Ease of Access to Various Beneficiaries Under NPS
The National Pension System Trust has been set-up and constituted by Pension Fund Regulatory Development Authority (PFRDA) for taking care of the assets and funds under the National Pension System (NPS) in the interest of the beneficiaries (subscribers).
The National Pension System Trust has launched its new website www.npstrust.org.in here today.. The website was launched by Shri G. N. Bajpai, Chairman & Trustee of the Board of NPS Trust. The website is aimed to provide proper and effective information dissemination to the stakeholders and provide ease of access to various beneficiaries under NPS.
About NPS Trust
The National Pension System Trust (NPS Trust) was established by PFRDA on27th February, 2008 with the execution of the NPS Trust Deed. The NPS Trust has been set up and constituted for taking care of the assets and funds under the National Pension System (NPS) in the interest of the beneficiaries (subscribers). Individual NPS subscribers shall be the beneficiaries of the NPS Trust. The NPS funds are managed by the Board of Trustees to realize and fulfill the objectives of the NPS Trust in the exclusive interest of the Subscribers.
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Avinash kumar Thapa says
iam thank full to central depart ment too…….
I am shajimon iam working in semi govt.corporation in kerala i am not yet get prankit already deliverd from your office [i have get an SMS from your office about three months ago) why?
Srikanta De. says
I am working at private sector. What kind of benefit can get from NPS trust?
loda committee says
nokri resign karne ke bad loda milta hai
राज करन says
नौकरी रिजाइन कर के जाने के बाद क्या मिलता है??
Hannah Robinson says
At least it is more enlightening than one of
those reality Television stars, kim who? Joey what?