Retirement Age Norms May Change for Central Government Employees
“A single factor Retirement Age Norms may change to Two factor norms for Central Government Employees”
“The retirement age of Central Government Employees is now 60 (from 1998). The main and single factor for retirement is now age only. Henceforth, service will also decide the retirement”.
Central Government review the retirement age of Central Government employees and has a proposal to change the retirement norms connecting with their service and age.
Department of Personnel and Training (DoPT) collected information about the age group of existing employees and strength from all ministries and departments last few years. Send with a detailed suggestion to Department of Expenditure (Finance Ministry) for looking into its financial implications.
Soruces also said, Central has requested to all Ministries and Departments to send in detail regarding post wise and cadre wise strength and vacancies latest by 30th September 2019.
Media and sources said, Central Government has a proposal to resturcturing of retirement norms of Central Government employees, who have completed 33 years of service or who have attained 60 years of age, whichever is earlier.
On the above issue has been debated among Central Government employees for years.
We have created with our own idea, a simple table to understand the new retirement age norms for better…
Age is 60 or Service is 33
Age – Employees’ age, R-Age – Retirement age, SER – Service,
|Existing Rule||Expected Rule|
Also Check: Central Government Pay Matrix Table 2022 PDF